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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE LETIffiRlDGE DAILY HERAtb PAGE FIVE Ordered Not To Appear July of the Depot did not appear at the special session of the Alberta Appelate Court held this The hour from 2 to 3 oclock was taken up by the registrar in argument on the ques tion of the Wilful contempt of Colonel Moore In not It transpired that Colonel Moore had been ordered by the adjutant general at Ottawaby wire today not to appear and not produce the bodies of the nine mart for whom application for habeas corpus has been The judges retired at 3 oclock to decide on the matter of a writ if attachment on Colonel A petition for attachment of Col onel Moors has been made by LIVtttOCK 0000 XT EXHIBITION t 4 July Is United Farmers Day at the Bxhlbltton and perfect weather conditions for their The high prize for the best Clydesdale stallion three years old was carried off by 8cotlamVn owned by of High The same man also had the best two year old Clyde stal Clifton Heir he also took second money with Scotlands July Kath erlne Stlnson allghtid from her aeroplane at the Edmonton ex hibition grounds at exactly eight oclock having made the flight from Calgary with the first mall package sent In Western Panada via air Miss acnal flying time over the 196 miles was two hours and five Miss Stlnson flew at an average height of feet throughout the A strong southeast wind when she first started helped con but veered somewhat before she finished the course and made navigation Was GERMAN FORCES July first det Inftenews of an armed body of Ger man and Hungarian prisoners in Sib contained in a receiv cd today at the state department from the United States consul at Vladivps the capture by Czecho Slovak forces of 600 prisoners and the town of about eighty miles northwest of The CzechoSlovaks lost forty killed and two hundred They opposed by a large force o Bolshevik lied Guards and armet German and prisoners The consul reported that the Ikl hanged members of tbj Nikolsk city administration and i number of railway AUSTRIAN FLOODS July Vienna newspapers report a heavy and continuous rainfall as having caus ed floods in many parts of Aus tria and Southern re sulting ln immense damage to the ANNUAL TOIES July convention of the Union of Canadian Municipali ties this morning went on record in favor of annual tax ealea as the best way to relieve the present delinquency The convention was further asked by Commissioner Yorath of Saska toon to go on record asking the Fed eral government to have a survey made of the public works required to be executed by the provincial govern ments and municipalities after the war in order to avoid recurrence of the serious problem of unemployment after the war which confronted the western municipalities after the col lapqe of the real estate Debate on the motion was adjourned after strong objection that a followed by the flotation of a loan to finance the would be accompanied by Federal Intervention and thus bring about centralization of affairs against which the municipal ties were In moving the first Commis sioner Mayor Hardie hrldge and Mayor Cater of Brandon took Secretary Lighthall made a state ment with regard to the railway con solldated He pointed out thatthe parliamentary agent had to resist a strong lobby on behalf of the corpora tions and that a certain group sen ators had restored to the bill defin tiohs which would be prejudicial to the welfare of Mr Lighthall said the house of commons seems disposed as a whole to stand by us and by popular rights in the mat Most of the mornings session was occupied with vital questions of main taining municipal The convention decided to sit In private in order to talk over the sit uation more freely arid enable it to use names of municipalities affectel SIGNS July Wilson today signed the 000 army appropriation bill to mee expenses of the army programme fo the next fiscal ENDS SALT1 Mil DUKE July 12th NEEDS ORCHESTRA PRICE 75c NO MORE KIDNEY Since He Commenced to Take Fruitatives 78 LEKS Three years I began to feel rundown and and suffered very much from Liver and Kidney Having read of Fruita I thought I would try The result was have not had nn sitkneis since I commenced using Fruita and I know now what 1 havo not known for a good many that tho blessing of a healthy body and clear thinking WALTER 6 for trial size At all or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruitatlres DOPED THOSE REFUSED July waiters and officials of the waiters union were in dicted by the grand jury as a result of investigations thatpatrons of hotel lining rooms and who had slighted waiters in giving had een drugged with mickey finu pow The powders are a colorless and which produc ed Conspiracy to do bodily larm and conspiracy to injure Ihe pub lic health by administering the pow known to the medical profession as tartar emetic is charg alleged manufactur er of the was among those Mills to Close July flour of together with all the grinding wheat within the are be closed down for the greater portion of the month of August and possibly un til the new crop cornea The Robin Hood mill of city may close within the next week and the Western Canada some time before the first of the Lethbrldge mills expect to close down about August 10th on grind Ing DRAFTEES July at least 200 young men of military age are hiding In the bush somewhere back of Sfte Anne De La Is the news brought In by travellers arriving from that cen The story even goes as far as to state that they are well provided with ample am munition and that they even min ed certain stretches of the according to the The men have established outposts with watchers who stop any stranger going toward that part of the wbod and where the absentees are reported to Prominent citiz ens of La Perade spoken to over the telephone aay this is the first news that they had of this alleged entrenching of young eligible men for VENT FEROCITY ON THE TALIAN PEOPLE CELEBRATE VISITED July Madame colonel in the lussian acmy and former commander of the famous Woman Battalion of discussed Russian questions vlth President Wilson today at the White The conference was carried on through an CARS WILL RUN July something develops cars will start running tomorrow morning in Vancouver and Point stated George gen eral manager of the Electric Company at noon BIG Barn Dane FOR The Red Cross FELGERS SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE CARS FROM CITY Cars Leave Pott Office at oCIock Including Dance and Auto to be Sold at Telegraphic Briefs IMPROVE July troops in the Brenta Valley on the moun tain front carried out operations yesterday by means of which the Italian line in this region was rec the war office announced AN ULTIMATUM July the Federal government appoints a Royal commission by next Sat urday night to Investigate the grievances of the masters and mates of Columbia there will be a tie up of every ship and tug running out of British Colum bia ports all the way to July who have been drafted Into tin Austrian army and made to fight under Austrian banners have suffered maltreatment at the hands of their Anstrlnn com to tlio story of an Italian captain mndo public Tho narrators name has boon disclos ed but it is said ho was a native of the Trentlno drafted by tho Aus sent to the nnslorn cap tured and flent back to Italy where he is serving in the Italian In the early days of the the cap tain storm troops of the Austrian army in were Italians press ed into forced into almost cer tain death by an advance ly certain death dealt from their own trenches if they Tho Ital ians wajje constantly objects of distrust and The captain fJWntod to tho official Austrian casualty lists In substantia tion of his statementnUhat the women of Trentlno were mobilized by Austrians and forced to work in A large number of Austrian sub jects r Italian ancestry wore con political the of ficer They were sent in groups into Knroute they were sub jected to varied and constant brutali ties from their escorts and they were insulted by Some times they were shut in cattle trucks with guards with fixed bayonets in passenger coaches next to In this manner they journeyed over the Carpathians and Galician lowlands with nothing to eat but bread and dirty soup served in a mess tin In which tho guards spat by way of The full tale of the suf ferings of these victims of Austrian ferocity never can be NEW DUTCH MINISTER July Tele graaf learns that Junkheer minister of foreign af is soon to be appointed min ister at He was min ister to the United States in 1908 He also served as minister to NEED BIG ARMY July at the opening today of the general conven tion of Russian Leon the Bolshevik minister of according to a dispatch eceived here from this morning Russia is on the eve of a general military service Trotzky also emphasized the neces sity of Russia having a powerful A GODSEND July is a God send to the de clared Market Commissioner Abbott this referring to the heavy rain of yesterday and last It means a tremen dousincrease In the crop produc tion of the province and also a saving which will amount to more than EASILY With the British Army in July nights enemy assault in the VillersDre tonneux region was preceded by an Intense enemy bombardment of the towns and the neighboring At ten oclock the Ger mans made a rush for the defen sive but were easily thrown back all along the VillersBretonneux was again heavily bombarded early today and the German artillery and ma chine guns were very active from the ValK Wood northwardi to the From Our Own Correspondent July was childrens day at With the exception of a few remarks by the pastor on the attractiveness of Jesus to the the afternoon service was wholly taken up by the young The program consisted of recitations and music by the Sunday they all rendered their parts The school house was full and every one present spent a pleas ant and profitable There was a grand celebration Do minion Day on the Many Berries eouth of in which a large number of people Many Orion Glasstord and Pakowki wero well It was planned that all should eat dinner In picnic After making the woods ring with the old Praise God From Whom All Blessings about one hundred sat down to a dainty meal provided by the After the meal was over various kinds of Sports were engaged The great est attraction for the young people seemed to be the Owing to the dry summer perhaps fish not got up that so no fish were but there was much pleasure in bathing and The boys especially were loathe to leave the When the cars were ready to start for home it took the scouts a long time to gather the boys A very Interesting ball was played during the afternoon between the Glassford team and the Orion The score stood 17 to 15 in ifavor of Seeing it was not1 the regular Orion team that that team having gone to Etzlkom to play that we think Orion did The ladies were on the grounds dur ing the ball game with refreshments and ready to take their pictures at the close of the The crowd brbKe up In good spirits everybody wishing we mlghfmeel again on such an The Glassford school maanv Mrs Lewte toRether with Mr and and Lester Ben nett left last Friday for the Cypress where they will enjoy a res and a Almeda of Wisdom who has teaching the Barby arrived in Pakowki Friday ovenln gwith her Lewis to visit her am Ora who live southwes of during Crabbs vacation and Stevenson and Webb made a business trip to Medi cine Hat Wednesday Called to Another of the Glassford has been called to the i Ho leaves next Wednesday ifor Cal will occupy the pulpit in tho Kvangolioal Church on the U Orion 8 he will also be at Dow Monday evening at July commander of the Finnish government to day visited theAmerican min ister to Sweden and asked him what chance there was of Fin land gettiug a supplyof food from the Entente The geuoral painted the food situa tion in Finland in the durkast Tlui American minister told wns very IJttle Austin who has bcBn here for the past six months making extensions to the local plant of the government telephone Is leaving tonight for Moose Jaw where he will be in charge of the installation of a new plant being installed there by the te lephone system of While here Hill installed a new battery service for the local giving practically twice the battery This will make for bettei service on tho local The new storage batteries are of the very latest and Include a number of neutralizing cells to be used in re charging the A new power board Is also being The plant is now equipped with power to carry a great many more telephones than are now in New line switches and outside construction are the next needs of the local Hill states that Bennett who installed the local plant in 1909 is now head of the companys instal lation This name guarantee Satisfaction Every lover of delicious coffin should have our Perfect Coffee Perfectly for a CHASE MONTREAL From Our Own Correspondent Spring July large lanco ImU at Spring Coulee was pretty wnll filled on Sunday Ihe 7th when a sacred concert was given for the benefit of the Leth brldgo and district Great War Veter ans Holmes Fred John Steel and Lowe were In attendance from the Lethbridge A very nice program was arranged wllli Kelley as Fred Unssinger gave a short address on matters of importance to the re turned while Holmes Jowett occupied part oC tho time giving a Rtirrlng address upon the growth of tho dealing length on tho principles for which the soldiers arc Jle made a strong ap peal to the people In the smaller towns for their explaining the fact that the was just as much a necessity for those who had or friends overseas as it was to the boys wlu had done their The veterans who had the pleasure of being present were agreeably surpris ed at tho large the col lection realized a handsome The members of the wish to express their thanks to those who assisted with the also the people for their very generous sup Spring Coulee leads the way in regards to rendering assistance to tho so tar as the towns or villages outside Lethbrldge are con was seasick and the filming went on merrily during the entire In this which will be shown at the Empress theatre today there is certainly the tang of the the sceneslent them selves to some exquisite These William Fox Standard pic tures are noted for their scenio and even If the etorles wero not so as they all certainly they would be worth Bruce Campbell of East Louis the next grand exalted ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Or der of Elks as the result of preconven tion sessions of the Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such nilllc for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay or and at cost to those who HARDLY On Wednesday June the WattsLillie View Red Cross Soc iety held a social at the Watts School netting The evenings festivltien were op ened by a well rendered programme given by Sylvesters pupils of the Lillie View which was mucU enjoyed by A free will offering for tho causa was then taken amounting to Dancing and were then en until refreshments wero served by the Red Cross Then came the surprise of a quart bottle of homemade grape juice donated by Will Warren from was auctioned by a novel way oil It certainly afforded great amusement for both young and old as everyone freely participated in the Any amount could be bid and each bidder must pay cash for his or her bid equal to the amount of his or her bid above the proceeding each person being entitled to as many hids as they In order to sell the bottle it was necessary to require each bidder to bid much or more than the proceeding When the bid reached the neat sum of the auctioneer was able to announce the bottle sold to Watt DancHig was again enjoyed until the early when the crowd though but returned to their various feeling they had helped to do their BIG LOAN FOR THE BETHLEHEM STEEL Now who will underwrite tho seven per cunt serial notes of the Bethlehem Steol Company are working on the final In all probability the new issue will be offered before the end of the week at a price to include per to per Wash ington advices are to jthe effect that tho new notes will have a conversion feature attached allowing holders tho twoyear 5s due Fe ruary to convert their notes Into the new PUULINE FREDERICK At Starland Tonight in Danes AT THE EMPRESS INSIDE STORY OF THE WAR IN GFRALD FILM When on October the Kaiser shook his fist in the face of Ambassa dor James Gerard and tohl him that after the war was ended he would stand for no nonsense from the United he did not realize that tho patience would soon reach the breaking The whole series of the plotami the broken promis the deliberate disregard for all the rights of a friendly nation in the insane desire to rule the world Is clearly shown In the wonderfully viv id motion picture reproduction of Gerards My Pour Years In Here you see unrolled before you the whole part of the history from the Zabern incident to the gathering of the American army over Every American should see this pic ture so that he can better understand America must stand united against this common This picture will be shown at the Empress theatre on July chance fit Finland getting piles so long us Germany held the country under her CURES ECZEMA GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETH BRIDGE BY THE KENNY ALLIN EMPRESS TONIGHT t A fine old ship was chartered by William Fox for putting Robert Louis Stevensons famous Treasure on the The actors who made up the charac ters in the book had n beautiful sail on tho Pacific U was Mice a holiday to the youngest of them and they skipped around the deck in great As it not one of them YOUCAN DO LSOM ENS W e A 0pbTs SHOES dARSTP THE OOOR Our Midsummer Clear ance Sale Is pronounced by people who know and appreciate real values io be the best in the IRON increases strength of rundown people In two weeks time in many It has been used and en dorsed by such men Leslie former Secretary ol the Treasury and ExGovernor ol Iowa Former United States Senator Richard Holland Kenney of Delaware present Major ol the Army John Clem Re tired the drummer boy oi Shlloh who was sergeant in Ihe only 13 years of aqc also United States Tiidgc Atkinson ol the Court of Claims ol WashlnRtnn and Ask your doctor or druggist about Notice to Oddfellows JOINT INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS OF THE THREE LETHBRIDGE LODGES ON FRIDAY JULY 12th At 8 in Oddfellows Hall A Full Attendance Is Visltjng Heartily WATCH FOR ITI Lest We Forget METROS Great 8Act Spectacle Showing the Sinking of the LUSITANIA Starring RITA JOLIVET EMPRESS STARTING TOMORROW TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Pauline Frederick IN DANES DEFENCE ALSO i MACK SWAIN rN A COOK TWOREEL KEYSTONECOMEDY BURIED TREASURE Gives motive to this stupend ous story of romance and WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS TREASURE ISLAND the island of mystery and For men and By Robert Louis Stevengou Scenario by i Bernard MoOonvllto Directedby and Franklin Standard Alto UKO Comedy and EMPRESS TONIGHT l 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