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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY MRRALD PAGE FIVE Drastic Action Pending in Moore is Believed July drastic tion IB pending in the Moore Is deemed Sheriff Graham re ported to Justice to Justice Beck and to Chief Justice Itarvy to that he had located Moore at the Victoria but that there encountered Colonel officer the who Informed him that Instructions hod been received from Ottawa to resist the arrest ordered py the Sheriff Graham explained to the court that he thereupon considered it advisable to report back to the court Without an attempt to enioree the mandate by placing Moore jn custody or the reason he feared physical Immediately upon receipt of this in formation the court ordered that all the solicitors Jn the case involved and Major Carson representing the mili be ordered to appear at two oclock this afternoon at the court At this appearance Solicitor representing the minister of presented a fivepage tele closely filled with typewritten stating that it was from the min ister of justice and pleaded for a stay of action until the supreme court had time to consider the Solicitor Muir did not read the tele gram but explained that the minister of justice asked that he request the Appellate division of the Alberta Sup FIGHT IN HILLS rertie court lo adjourn the cases tor two The message he that tha supreme court would be in all to act before that Must Obey Courts Chief Justice Harvey stated that he would have no objection to putting Off further consideration until 10 oclock on Friday provided the solicitor the military communicate with the minister of justice In the meantime and secure an order of instructions to the mili tary instructing them to comply with of the Solicitor Miller declared that no delay as requested by MIR minister of Justice should be granted until all the men affected and many of whom were reported to bo now out of the province at the orders of the should be returned to within the courts Chief Justice Harvey thereupon de clared that this was embodied in his statement to Solicitor Solicitor Varley had spoken of the dlgirity of the court having been and the chief commenting upon explained that the court was in no way concerned witli its dignity as It is the right of the citizens as entrusted to this court which is in declared Justice and July advanc ed posts at on the Asia go Plateau yesterday drove back AustroHungarian the Italian official state ment today reporting military op erations on the Italian mountain Artillery fire was active In the Brenta On the re mainder of the front there was the usual reconnoitring and har assing UP 10 El MO SAYS SIR GEDDES Daring of British Minelayers Told Campaign It is these rights which wishes to the court PROTEST AGAINST many of them his by Oer man While ho has ap rtl OUUUJtll in GERMAN MURDERS predated the their pos session uow gave him no feeling but July one of Norways best known who for years piloted the German em perors yacht on its summer cruises in Norwegian has returned to the German legation the numerous decorations given him by the emper He wrote theGerman ministerthat the decdrations were returned as a protest against the shameful murder and cruel massacre of Norwegian sail While standing on the street talk Ing with another prominent In womens organ zations in and wife of the town was killed instantly when a runaway team raced on to the side Sick was thrown for a distance of 10 She received severe wounds in the An Inquest will be i jj HE HATES THE Topeka State hate the German with a consum ing hatred because she has madethe people of my blood and kindred out casts of the the Ishmaelltes of This transformation of a people into a race of demons whoso very name is anathema among the generous minded people of the world is the result of a system of education designed to furnish the eelflfih alms of an With a voice vibrant of passion and strong for Peter of Kansas former presi dent of the American Hankers1 asso now VTansas chairman of the war saving and thrift a na tive of that same but as stalwart an American as any vfhot boasts generations of American born voiced the spirit of awaken ed Americanism in the course of the most vitally eloquent and elementally powerful address that was heard from the platform during the entire two days ofsession of the Kansas Bankers association convention at Hutchinson As a lad of 14 said I lived in a German garrison There I have seen little insig nificant sergeants and sublieutenants striko in the face strong men privates in the ranks I have seen them epit in their faces I have heard them call these soldiers the most vile epithets that ever found human and these men were forced by the iron discip line of Prussia to stand and endure these That is why I am en listed in this war with every energy I possess with every energy I own to the end that the world and my kin dred may be over rid of the foulest tyranny that ever disgraced and blackened the pages of history with the recital of 1 know that future generations in Germany will bless the day that America entered this war on the side ol liberty and I know the German people will celebrate the anniversary of that day with the same reverent thankfulness that we Americans cele brate the Fourth of July day upon which the ultimate emancipa tion pf Germany from the most damn able tyranny of history was July reference to the great mine fields which so notably restricting the Sir Eric Qeddes said they stretched from Norway to the north coast of There was a barrage across the Straits of he and mines in Heligoland Some of the fastest apd best craft of the navy which certainly should be ranked as the dc had gone Into the bight at night to lay HUNS July faction In Germany over the work of the submarines has not been lessened by the recent optimistic statements of Admiral Von Cap says an official dispatch to day from In this connection the Cologne Volks Zeitung is quoted as follows We hear It said all around us that the results of the submarine war are becoming less satisfac tory every or else that more submarines are being sunk than we can This sub marine warfare is even doubtless though it has contribut ed to bringing into action the redoubtable American Interven TRY TO BE Jury Col ogne Volko in a leading article deprecating pessimism ov er the submarine says If in some particular months the sinkings of Uboats exceed the new construction of these the cases are only RISING INTEREST RATES INEVITABLE FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 28c Fine Ripe per dozen Price 20 Granulated Sale Price Evaporated Splendid for making wine or for tewing Per Sale Price fcWC Soda Biscuits at old Buy OO before the Sale Sockeye 1 host on Sale Deliveries Every Hour 4 Palls Wetheys Strawberry per tin Af Sale Price White Naptha 10 Sale Price 100 Sacks Sale Fruit Jar 3 Sale Price Large Tins Custard English Sale Price 74c 15c 26c Phone 313 AT THE EMPRESS SEIZED STEAMERS LOANED BY QUA JOLIVET in LEST WE FORGET AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT July NEEDS ORCHESTRA PRICE 75c TABER From The Miller Coulter completed their shearing operations last week and secured of The wool was shipped to Toronto yester That this district has suffered a crop failure Cs now Rain In the next day or two will help in a few butin the great majority it Is too of arrived In Taber this week to take up her duties as matron at the hospital vice Miss McLead who has resigned in order that she may take a much needed Roy Henderson returned this week from the Empress where he has been in connection wtith taking up a homestead and the quar ter section granted to returned vet erans by the Dominion Henderson has a fine half section of land now and wiirrqmove there in High Grade Wall Pap ers At Auction AT WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS On Friday Next AT OCLOCK THERE WILL BE SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION ABOUT 200 ROLLS OF HIGH GRADE WALL PAPERS These will be In 8 and 10 roll lots sufficient for ordin ary and borders and ceilings may be secured if This consignment represents the balance of the stock of a painter and paperhanger and must be sold regardless of Paper manufactured by The WatsonFoster Stauntons and Colin McArthur and all uptodate Here is a wonderful opportunity to buyyour wall papers at your own Since labor unions are legal organi recognized as such ty the orderincouncil relating to the appre hension of those not engaged In nn eseentlal and since Ruttka was a paid employee of such a labor Justice Stuart quashed Magistrate Davidsons former conviction at Calgary whereby Ruttka had been fined and costs on the charge of not having beci engaged In useful Various Factors Indicate Rates Wil Be Hiflh for Years to Toronto Those who cavil at the present rate charged by the banks and otherlent ing organizations fail to understand the flnderlylng facts in the says the Monetary Times this Interest is the reward paid for the use of ami its rate is deter mined by the relations between the demand for and the supply of that The in the long is fixed at the point that equalizes the supply and the An elementary survey of the situ ation discloses that the sup ply of capital depends upon its cost of production for capital has a cost of production which may be estimated In terms of the sacrifice In In The cost of post ponement of as balanced j against the immediate enjoyment of has greatly increased because of the harder conditions under which the world is Interest rates must remain high to encourage thrift and overcome the urge of spending during these dayi of high cost of liv x It is plain that producers must pay high interest rates for years to come under the conditions that confront the v Not only is harder to save than ever but there is a great demand for loanable Aside from war loans and spendthrift capital IB necdei for productive pur And it is plain as a pike staff in the long interest can be j paid only from the productive use of the Interest upon War and other loans of a similar This is a consideration that should give serious pause to such public men as may feel inclined to the capitalists pay for the The in terest upon war and the ulti mate extinguishment of the debts can only be accomplished through speeding up production and Increasing the nations economic out It is equally clear that no legis lation can be tolerated thatvwill tend to drive capital out of the country for without capital the nations econ omic activities will be curtailed to the j point of stagnation and Industrial de Thq Martha one of the German ships which was seized by the government at the opening of hostilities wns used for the staging of scenes in Metros great screen spectacle Lest We starring Illta which comes to the hmpress The Martha Washington Is one of the largest vessels taken over and re named by the Owing to the prevalence of spies and mischief makers of all visitors were excluded from the alien ships interned in the but in the case of Miss the government lifted the as Lest We Forget Is a vivid screen presentation of the causes contributing to the American entry into the My Four Years In In comes to the lOmpress next The New York Globe1says The screen version of Ambassador Gerards My Four Years in had its first public presentation at the Knickerbocker theatre last The picture begins with the Zabern inci dent and ends with the ambassador asking for his Those who readthe book will find that the main incidents of the story of the intrigue and German perfidy shown with lifelike The chief characters in this great world drama are drawn with and the story is held together with fine touches of the art of picture There are shown numerous audiences with the and the real German bluster la seen in the war lords threat to the ambassador that After this war Germany jWil Island for no nonsense from tho United AT StARLAND In her latest Paramount Danes Paulino Fred ericks portrayrfl of a woman hunted to the last straining every nerve to hide the deceit of her life and fin ally succumbing in a most human is a masterpiece and entirely up to her usual high Danes which was adapted for by the well known scenario has been directcd by Hugh Ford who has directed Miss Frederick in many of her Ktnge and screen Thin splendid feature will bo shown at Starlanil for the last times An exceedingly funny tworeel Key stone A will be shown on the same Patrons of Starland theatre will have an opportunity of seeing the beautiful Elsie Ferguson in an ex ceptionally heavy role on Friday and when the Artcraft Rose of the will he exhi The film story is adapted from the widely read novel by Agnes and Ed gerton and Miss Ferguson plays tho part of the wife of Harry an officerin the British who Is slain by the natives in Rosamond marries Sir Arthur the aged lieut and then discovers that her love for her first husband is constantly Increasing until the very presence of Sir Arthur Gerardine IK repugnant to A friend of Major compli cates matters by losing his heart to As the story is unfolded Rosamond becomes involved ina web of great dramatic intensity which drives her to the verge of Miss Fergu son Is noted for her Interpretations of emotional and in Rose of the World she has taken advantage of the opportunities afforded to dis play her TONIGHT and Balance of Week HAP LIN THE CORE Also a Big Special ISLAND Special Matinee for Child ren Saturday EMPRESS TONIGHT PRICE 35c The World War and a Woman Is the Fascinating Theme of Metroa Great 8Act Special Production LEST WE FORGET The Mighty Arraignment of the Starring the Beautiful Survivor of the Lusitania RITA JOLIVET ALSO LATEST WEEKLY AND LKO COMEDY TERMS CASH ON VIEW FRIDAY MORNING AUCTIONEERS PHONES A WEEK OF Notice to Oddfellows JOINT INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS OF THE THREE LETHBRIDGE LODGES ON FRIDAY JULY 12th At 8 In Oddfellows Hall A Pull Attendance Is Visiting Members Heartily Nursing Mission PURE RESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such rnlllt for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and ut cost to those who From the Kansas City Rotary week in Kansas City was an not so much to the Rotarians themselves as to tho people of this The convention was a most remarkable gathering at a re markable time and under remarkable With the war spirit at full tide all over the these thousaiiila of fine business and pro fessional men came to the heart of America to consider matters of os tensible importance only to them But from the moment the gavel fell upon the opening of tho convention until the laet speech was it was a wonderful demon stration oif Enthusiasm or the support of every war factor and unbounded loyalty marked every and the International character of the meeting gave it special It was something of a revelation to Kansas City to have tljese thou sands of Rotarluns that there was ever the slightest doubt anybodys mind as towhere the dele gates stood in relation ilut that so much of the time and atteu cion the speakers and convention leaders should have been given to the war was an amazing The con ventlon wjis only incidentally a Ro tary It was more truly an American made up youngj strong and vjrlle business men who represent tiie highest type of the nations and the worlds citizenship Tha presence of these men was a stimulation to endeavor and consecra tion in the winning of the Rose of the World Sauce for the Goose Christie Comedy KEEP THE THEATRE COOL EMPRESS Starting Monday Next for Four Days PRICES and Children 10c How the Kaiser and His Henchmen Planned to Divide up AMBASSADOR GERARDS Authorized Version of My Four Years In Germany Produced by Mark Dintenfass and Warner Directed by William Scenario by UPjUt COOK TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY TA8 IM E O NI Q H R A MOUNT F EAT U R K PAULINE FREDERICK IN Danes Defence ;