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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 5,1918 THE LETirnniDGE DAILY riER/VLD PAGE FIVE I onlylanguage T'llUburg, July �.-Tliroo years ot negotiations, patlonco ami appeul ahowoil the United HtateH that tlioro U only one languago Germany can uiidorHtana-from the mouth of tlio hig gun. There will he no limit, to the numbor ot troops and cannon this country will mmd against tlio forces . ot the Teutonic autocracy. Kvory Industry and ovory dollar In the land Ih pledged to support the war until victory for the allies. .# Tlile, briefly, Ib th.o government'?, "fight until victory" p'fogramme outlined 'by PranUUn K. Lane, secretary 'of the Interior, In an addross here (o-iday before the closing sosfllon of the EGth annual convention of the Nntlon-aX. Educational AHsaclatlon. aleoretary Uano said 2,000,000 troops will be added to tbo 1,000,000 already In France, It needed, a year from now. BLONDIN cominq. ptt'anva, Jnly 5.-Hon. P. B. Dlon-dlh, postmaster general. Is expected tto arrive In Ottawa on Atonda^. Mr. Blondin h�s been serving with the torceig overseas. FATHER BOURGNE GETS PROMOTION Guelph, Ont., July 5.-Rev. Father Bourque, who has been rector of St. Stanlslau's Novitiate since its formation, has been appointed imaster of novices at the Novitiate, his place as rector being taken by Rev. Joseph Lcasy. The latter was born near Peter-boro and entered the Society of Jesuits in 1901. He taught some years at Loyola College, Montreal, complnting his theological studies at Easter, at Poutjkecpale, N.Y. Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From'tub^rculosls-teBted cows -Anyone requiring siich milk for babies may do bo dally. The inlllc Is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to those, who can. another supports lewis decision Montreal, July 5.-Justice Brun-e�u In the Practice Court division ofithe superior court today j'end-ered a decision on a test'case whlch/^^eclares that the hililtary service order in council Is ultra viree, Insofar as it concerns the habeas corpus act. The test case consisted of the appeal of Max Perlman, an alleged Russian subject, for ik'writ of habeas corpus on the ground that he Is iilegaily detained by the military author, ities. fire threatened NOTICE Gas consumers will please bo advised that their gas accounts win still be payable at the Canadian-s.Bank of Commerce as heretofore. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. ,e Big Treat /or the little folks-can be found In our pure soda'water.' It's a treat' older jieople enjoy as �veil. ,  �:*--^.^ VTcah fruit, pure frutt'juides, flavor-Inga and syrups that haVe been tested �,and approved- aro used and our clean-'ly- courteous' service makes this the safest and best ^laco to patronize. WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM Quebec, July 5.-The city ot Drum-mondviUe was threatened by a serious fire last night. The huge gasoline tanks at the Watklns and Robertson Company, together with a ahcd belonging to the Canadian Government railways was destroyed and for a whil.p a whole section o� the town was In Imminent danger. A large tank containing 1500 gallons of gaaojlne exploded when tho flames grew hot and the concussion shook , houses more than two miles away. ' Nothing was injured. Tho blaze started about 11 o'clock last night and this morning a big coal pile ot the Canadian Government Railways was still on tire but the danger of a spread in the fire is past. seveHS in bad explosion New York, July 5.-Several men were killed and others were killed rinafiVfexplosten af the Hercules Povi^er Coihpany's plant at Kentvllle, N.J., today. The explosion took place In a building in which /trinltrltoiuoi was stored. Fifteen men were known to have been In the structure at the time. The fire spread rapidly, destroying four or five ot the company's buildings. Wlijle the firemen were fighting the flames there was a second heavy explosion. The detonations shook the surrounding country. Many panes of glass in Kenvil were shattered and the front of one small building collapsed. * Officials of the company said at least three men were killed and that only a.roll call ot tho employes could determine the exact number killed and injurecf. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW lente Mar rk The Seven Swans^ M>fOil an) �r�tail l)r J.Swil9> ALSO "Three times and Out" 8TRAND COMEDY steair officers niakeathreat Vancouver, July 5,-Unless definite results are obtained within the next week or two members of the Canadian Merchant Service Guild have decided to tjjnder ^helr resignations to tho steamship companies which have refused to recognize the Guild and walk ashore and the result will be that the steamers ot tho C. P. R.. the G. T. P., tlio Union Stoarashlp Company and the B. C. Towboat Owners Association iJill be without tnaaters and offloerB. The seventeen companies which' have met the Guild executive ^nd signed up an agroemant will not bo affected.. ihere will be many opportunities during the reconstruction period. But they will need a little ready money tb " swing Ihem." The question is-are you willing ' to save money now to grasp the opportunity then ? Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Interest paid every six months. Paid-up Cophnl - S 6,800,000 Rcsffr�-e Piind - 12,000,000 ResourcM - - 130,000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA \V. 13. KING Manaeer Lethbridgc Branck Royal Family: Forced lo Retire To Hunting Lrtdge in l''6rest London, .litfy r,.-Gnnunny's pl.ins for "pencuful pencir.Ttlon" In Houman-la iiave gone ahead very rajildly .linco the signing of the treaty of poaco. Ao-cnrdlng to advicoM from an autliorl-lativo source In Roiimanla tlin n;.siinip-tlon of railway tr.Tfflc wUh thij districts occupied by ihi: i.Tiurnl powers waH followed by y. i;roal. Inrush of German merchants, politicians and in-trigncrK. Wltliin a few v/eclfs Ihn pushing and overbearing Gcrmanii had become so much In evidence 'in .lassy tlial the; Royal family, including tho Kini?, tho Queen and tho Crown I'rince, felt compcllod to leave (lie city. Tlic royal family is now living in what amount.^ (o !;olMraposcd c.xllo in tho re-motn frontier villagf; of Bica/.. Hero in t)io depths of tln' Carpatlilun forests, the royal family ia living in an old hunting lodge ot King Ferdinand's. said to have brido cer Irvine. Alta., Pastor is Under Arrest at Calgary on Serious Charge (Spcplnl to tho nernld) Calgary, Alta.. July 5.-Charged with bribing a sergeant of the First Alberta depot battalion to obtain leave of absence for draftees Joliann Oher-lielraer, said to be pastor of a German Lutheran churcli at Ii-vine, Alberta, has been arrested by lite, military police. The sergeant in question, R. F. Perrls, is also under arrest. Ho will be tried by a district court magistrate when the evidence against him l9-complete. Oberheimer will be ar ralgned in a civil court. coast strike Vancouver, July 5.-Conferences were held this morning in tlie mayor's office between representatives of the Western Canada Powor Company and the electrical workers, and between tho B.. C. Electric Company and the joint committee representing the electrigal workers and transportation men. Tli'e electrical workers and the AVostern Cdna'da Power ^Company un de'rlook the foi'mation ot a sort ot in formal"-concillation board, consisting of representatives ot tho company and men, aiicl will meet this afternoon with a view to arriving at those points on which tliey can agree and will refer the irreducible minimum to ilayor Gule and argue the matter before him The main points at stake are the clos ed shop and the thirty day agreement SATURDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Large Size Prunes, Santo Clara Brand. Sale Price, 2 Ibo.................... 34c 1 lb. Jar Strawberry Jam, 1 lb. Jar Raspberry Jam, Sale Price, two Small Hand Castile Soap. Sale Price, O C ^ 8 bars....................................ifcjC Tins Gem Lye. Sale Price, Per tin............................... lie Gold Soap (large bars.) Sale Price, 7 bars ........................... 49c Macaroni in pacloles ot her entire career. "The Sev-* on Swan.'!," as the production has been named, will bo shown at tho Starland theatre tonight and tomorrow. U. S. ADMIRAL DEAD. Roslyn, N. Y., July 5.-Rear Admiral Aaron Ward, U.'S.N., retired, died toronto has a CI heavy losers Vancouver, July 5.-'Damage to the amount of $75,000 was done early this morning by a fire at the Kbunie Saw MlUg. owned by Messrs. P. D, Roe and Robert Abornetliy. Tho mllL which employed over ono hundred inen, was completely desti-oyed. Another Big-Lots. Vancouver, July 5,-Number four camp ot the International Lumber Company at Campbell River yesterday was burned out by a forest fire, and five logging englnee wero abandoned by their crews when they wero driven out. The extent of the financial loaa at Campbell River cannot yet; b� determined. If the engines'prove to be a total loBB that Item alone will run over �70,000. Washington, July 5.-An attempt to call up In the house today for immediate action the resolution authorizing the president to take over telegraph and telephone systems was blocked by objections and the house proceeded to disposition of appropriation measure* with a view to beginning the summer recess tomorrow nlflht. Wilson Appeals Washington, July 5.-President Wilson . informed congress today that h(� would like to^see the resolution authorizing him to take over the telegraph and telephone lines passed before the proposed recess ot congress. y WILL SELL IT Halifax, July Q.-''In the admiralty prize court here. Judge Drya-dale ordered the confiscation of a quantity of medlclpe manufactured In Germany whl(ih was seized by the naval inspection staff here from the luggage of H, Silva Zamorana, a Chilean diplomat on board the Dutch steamer Hollan-dla, which, while on a voyage from Amsterdam to Buenos Ayros, called at this port In September, 1917, for examination. Judge Drys-dale ordered the medicine, which Is believed to have been manufactured at a famous dy^ works In Germany and which l8%alued at several thousand dollara, to be add by the marshal of the court. BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT JU TONIGHT M A MOTHER'S SECRET" No advance In price for this Extra Special. Alto Lonespme Luke In a Pathe Comedy. A poaltive scream. Also latest Screen'Magazine' Toronto, ,Tuly 5.-Toronto's long tallced ot civil stHke became an actual reality at seven o'clock this morning when tho i',000 outside employes, including scavengers and street cleaners, went quietly to the various places of employment, but did not return to \Vork. Latei' they attended a mass meeting^at tho Labor Temple. The imhiediatb cause of tho < strike is tho city council's refusal to date back to January 1 the ?2 a week Increase to each man wivlch would mean about $100,000 extra to sthe civic treasury. Hail! Smiling morn Eno's makes cheery optimists out of bilious pessimists -Nature's Laxative .22 TAKE AN ICE CREAM BRICK HOME FOR DESSERT Special Tomorrow ICE CREAM BRICKS All Flavours Pints 25c, Quarts, 50c Special Prices on FRUITS Tomorrow CHOICE FRESH PLUMS, PEARS, APRICOTS, PFArHF? TOMATOES. PbAtHbb, CHERRIES, BANANAS. ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES. � Palace Confectionery CORNEB FIFTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE Why Not Get the Boy His Vacation ^Suit While Prices Have Been Cut? ' Bring the boy to see the big cuts we have made on all Boys'Suits. ^ MEN'S SUITS are also greatly reduced for clearance. You ought to see them. FTl-I A 171 I The Tailor  irr/TLril tt u eOS 3rd Av< 6082 27 ?73997 6280 D300?? ;