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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V THE LBtltBRItJGE DAILY HERALD FIVfc OF SAVINGS Of 1HMIGW AUBtriaiiR Lured Irito tag tip their Savings to i Trust iNew July the Aus tiroHungarian government con trol of the savings of Its Immigrants t8 this country through the TransAt lantlc Trust now seised by thC was told today by Francis investigator for trifi alien property upon thpir arrival In New York before the he were met at theyuocl byan of the bank who directed them to the boarding house the keep of which were representatives tfksy trilrtPAtlantlc Even he ot clergymen were utll ted by tht banks officials to Impress AisllbHungaflatis with the import atice of placing their funds and wit the establishment whoM from1 the hahd reached over MlltlonR of dollars worth of Aus trianHungarian and German War ftoNdft advertised by the bank Jn Ottrfe Silvester Vlerrlcks Weekly caltod The and intone otter were sold to these Immigrants and even to oth ers Who had taken up American cltl on the day H wae Betted by the Federar authorltfts the bank had 000 depositors and customers located throughout the Its deposits totalled Since its organization and prior to Americas entrance In the it had sent a total ot kronena 000 to AustroHungferlan according to subsidized the Institution by placing with it kronen nt one half Commercial bankers of the dual monarchy increased the subsidy by more1 kronen with inter a totfil Investment of approximate WILSONVETOESIT Hought Million hi German Bonds To Aid Propaganda in FRUIT SALT Laxative SALE SPECIAL Dairy Cattle Machinery and Household Goods July 1918 AT TWO SIX PM AT RANCH FIVE MILES EAST OF WESTOF NEW THREE MILES NORTH OF SICK HORSES1 Shire 7 years weight 1700 In Shire horse IJIght work 12 years old 1 wprh J nlrt 1100 IbN 1 yearling mare French y DAIRY STOCKpure bred Jersey 20 months Flying Fox strainipurebred Jersey new Flying Fojr strain a great butter cow Z new milch 5 and 6 with ca ves 1 cow 4 years drv 2 yearling Holwtein and stock 2 Shorftorn heifers with from big bronze turkey gobbjer i Ibs and 4 hens with fifty young turkeys 15 hens with 30 2 1 truck double box 1 surrey Ysingle Jwenty row drill row 1 harrow 1 8disc garden harrow 1 McCormick 7foot old but with new knife and new a flax i Cockshutt sulky 16 inch with breaker and new stubble bot tom 1 12inch prairie breaker 1 garden plow 1 HOUSEHOLD Small cook stove 2 oil heaters 1 oil cook burner beds and bedding couch lomnge bureau rugs mirrors clocks childrens MISCELLANEOUS Set double harness single Yankee breeching Incubator and brooders Automatic cream sep arator with engine Corundum tool grinder lawn swing grain bags carpenter tools barrels scale beam wovenwire stretcher Babcock cream OWNER LEAVING FARM Td WORK TERMS Cash on sums under Notes taken for larger IN UNCLE SAMS WAR Auctioneer A TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday JULY 17th Jitneys to Leave Jacksons Corner from to Return Fare Only 2Sic Ice Berries and Cake Sold on the Sicketi at all Drug Stores or from Members of tkV i Proceeds in Aid of the Frank tKU DANCE July 12th NEEDS ORCHESTRA New July Busch family of Louis bought at least worth of the German war bonds which the government believes were sold In this country for prop aganda and for the purchase of the New York Evening Mall and other according to a statement issued last night by Alfred deputy state attorney Becker that probably over worth of bonds had sold in the United Becker emphasized the point while the United States was still the ImperialGerman govern ment without a cent of expense to it self a fund to seduce a part of the press with good Arfierlcan gold exchanged for mere scraps of Captain David dismissed from the United States army by court martial for wishing to resign after being sent to Franco anil who was sentenced to twentyfive years at Fort used part his army pay to buy German according to After asserting that money raised on the bonds was eventually deposited to the credit of Heinrich Albert and Count Von Becker said We have not finished our examina All the evidence we are collect Ing will go before the grand Jury and it is safe to assume that there will be more arrests before we get through Will All Facts New July Kdward former publisher of the Even arrested on charges Of per jury in connection with the question of ownership of the newspaper which the government alleges was bought in the interest of the German government announced today that if the should an investigation into the affairs of the he would waive Immunity and place all the facts in possession of the NEW ffllE JulV Wilton today VOtoed the annual airtettltursl appropriation bill talnlno an amondment the of whoat to bush of congress from the wheat growing will make an effort to the bill over the veto but are that the wheat price provlalon will be PEACE CANT BE TELEGRAPHERS ALL THREATEN A STRIKE THE BATTLEFIELD July the course of a debate on Wednesday In the Prus ulan upper Bernhard Dern former German minister of col onial argued that a peace was never feoncluded tm the battlefield Without the cooperation of di plomacy no peace could be he i If said is to maintain Ker leading position she must make and continue to make moral I am rather doubtful whether she has succeeded in Dernburp There were shouts of contradic tion at this and the extremist Herr replied with a flamboyant discourse on the greatness of the house of Hohenzol whose he had ever urged themselves and their people to fight and die for the Dernburg is the last man who ought to talk about moral he such things lead to ban quets in honor of the American am bassador Dernburg replied I never re garded Gerard as a fit object for moral I did attend the ban quet in but so did the vice chancellor and the secretary of state for foreign Entire Government is Consider ing Take Vote July representa tives of the railroad shopmens union will enter the oonfernnon this after noon with the Canadian Railway acting for the and with virtually unanimous assurance from the local Unions the Dominion In favor of a stand and no on the original demand Conductors Want July delegation of twelve representing the Order of Railway Conductors and the Bro thorhood of Hallway inter viewed minister of labor and It Is under stood will put their case before the whole government this The JB headed by for the and for the ia negotiating for increases in wages to the conductors and the trainmen em ployed on the eastern lines of the Fort William to the Mari time About 1s are In terested in the proposed The committee has spentjeveral days in Montreal negotiating with the com tout whit success they met there has not been Telegraphers May July Calgary Can adian this afternoon says There is a strong possibility of a strke of telegraph operators through out according to a private message received from the east this The trouble arises over the dismissal of two Great Northwestern in the alleged racing tin case in It has been de cided to take a strike vote of all com merclal telegraphers 1n the Dominion next Sunday with view to calling a general if necessary to se cure the reinstatement of the Tor onto SWITZERLAND PROTESTS July manys plan to establish en the Rhine between Basel and Stras burg a series of dams for factories which would Interrupt the current of the river and Interfere with the free waterway between Switzer land and the sea is causing muoh adverse comment among the A dispatch from to day says the Federal council has been called upon to open diplo matic negotiations with the Ger man government In order to pre vent the world MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY THE BIG FEATURE FILM MADE FROMGEI CANT AGREEON Although without doubt Germany knows America through its policy of intrigue and it knows little of BijneTicans as is proven by the entire mistaken policy of Germany wltji a nation that strove to keep its neutral ity until its patience was entirelyex When you see in the feature photo play production of Anjbassador Ger ards My Four in the representative of Kultur in thn per son of the Kaiser as he shook his fin ger under the nose of our Ambassa dor with the expressed warning that he would stand no nonsenae from America after the will bet ter understand the reasons for Am ericas present position in the world My Four Years in Germany1 is a big dramatic production that will Americans a better understanding of the most important passage in world It will be shown at the Empress next AT THE EMPRESS STRONG CAST IN LEST WE FORGET Rita the talented star of the Metro screen spectacle of inter national war events Lest We For get is assisted by a cast of super ior excellence in this Hamilton who plays op posite the star in the role of Harry THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED Is one of the most gulshed actors on tfco being known not only in but throughout He is already well known to Metro having been starred in The Price of An Enemy to and The Half Million Me has long been not ed for his success in romantic He was the original CrosseBrissac in the stage production of Du playing opposite Leslie Carter under David Belascos and he appeared with Olga Nethersole in England and pTaying op posite her as Jean in as Don Jose in and other noted July Thomp administrator tor British Col umbia Issued a new schedule of prices to mine operators today as the result of an irivestigation by the fuel control adhering to the policy set in I Nova Scotia and New Brunswick that no watered stock or overcapitaliza on should be taken into account in ny calculation in which selling prices vere As a result the fuelcon roller has Sanctioned an advance of eventyfive cents a ton grossor six yeight cenAs per ton of two thousand ounds to the Canadian Collieries mited the Pacific Coast Mines kirn the Nanoose Collieries Llm The maximum prices allowed he Canadian Western Company emain the same as the present max munv PRICE 75c July American naval launch after aiding a French destroyer a disabled Ameri can seaplane to safety was sunk by German shore losing two of her probably and two taken prisoners by the the navy department today announc Assistant Surgeon Albert Mason naval and Philip both of New landed intfront of the German batteries and captured Seamen Charles Joe of and John Peter of New are oth ers in the boat swam for shore witli life preservers and were picked un hurt Belgian I ho official announcement of the incident today uld Rive the date or imme the place where it It is hat thn launch belonged f one of tha American Warships on palDl duty in the war zone July and opponents in the senate of the proposal for national war time prohi bition today failed to agree to vote on the bone dry rider to the 000 emergency agricultural tion The prohibition leaders suggested a formal agreement to vole August 20 en that they illow the bill t RO ovcr until after a summer vaca tion recess or adjournment of con A counter proposal that the bill go over be given nrJyileged statns for continuance of consideration after tho until a vnto Congressional ieadnrs plan to con sult with President Wilaon on the pro hibition resolution particularly regard ing consideration of revenue loss to the government and the effect on the new revenue Clean to Said by all Grocers and General DOCTOR URGED AN OPERATION Instead I took Lgrdia Pink1 hams Vegetable Compound and Was four yean suffered from organic ner vousness and aches and every month would have to etay in bed most of tho Treat ments would relieve me for a time but my doctor was waya urging me to an My sister asked ma to try Pink h a ma Vegetable j Compound before consenting t o a n I took five bottles of it and I it has completely t cured me and my work U a I tell nil my f riende who have any trouble of this kind what Lydia Pinkhama Vegetable Com pound has done for NELLIE Balti It is only natural for any woman to dread tho thought of an So many women have been restored to health by this famous Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable after an operation naa been advised that it will pay any woman who suffers from such ailments to consider trying it be fore submitting to such a trying SiTBYON July from Vaudreuil this afternoon indicate that Joseph who is as aresult of a wound he re ceived while resisting arrest at the hands of Federal Policeman James ONeill died from loss of When Chevrierstruck Farrell on the head with the butt end of his the weapon exploded and the charge entered Chevriers In the absence of immediate medical atten Chevrier bled to The wife of who is suffering from concussion of tlje Drain as a re sult ot the blow he received from was summoned to his bed side in Victoria Hospital this after NOT LIABLE At Starland tonight and tomorrow flRPHEUM WTONIGHTlll and Balance of Weak pHARLES IN THE CURE Also a Big Speelar TREASURE ISLAND Special Matinee fl ren Saturday Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay for awl at cost to those wUo July the su preme court chambers today Jus tice Russell granted a writ of habeas corpus en application of Lewis a draftee now In Al dershott military whose real name ia Lewis and Who claims to be a Russian sub and therefore not liable to call under the Military Service PRODUCED July military authorities this morning produced in court the four foreigners in whose be half writs of habeas corpus had been secured by Percy The case was adjourned until July in order to give the minister of justice an opportunity of preparing hia case on the constitutionality of the Mili tary Service NEW BRITISH LOAN July was granted ad dltiohal credit of bv the Treasury mak ing the total loans to her data and the total W the allies July Is about to crumble Is the opinion of political and military observers here after publica tion of the latest reports from Albania and the where the entente allies have succeeded in perfecting a single ex tending from the Adriatic sen to on the Aegean a of about two hundred m NEW CONSTRUCTION July Oliver has given instructions to the chief engineer of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway to get in hand anoth er thirtysix miles of new construc taking the railway over fifty miles beyond Clinton work is to be rushed to CALGARY RAIN July first rain of any consequence in weeks is falling in the Calgary district and will help the crops and garden truck of the Mankin Lumber Pole at was shot in both arms while sitting in front of a shack about 15 miles south of Steve OarH who ia alleged to have done the was arrested soon aftev in the neighborhood by the provincial po It ia said that Carlson worked Cor Mankin some time and had a Five men were on the scene at the timo of the shooting and they say four shots were Oarl son is in jail at EMPRESS TONIGHT CRICE 35o The World War and a Woman Is the Fascinating Theme of Metros 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 COMEDY This Big Special Plays at the FOUR DAYS STARTING MONDAY TONIfiWT AND ARTCRAFT PICTURM PRESENT ELSIE FERGUSON IN IBEACH BOOBS and SAUCE FOR THE ROSE OF THE WORLD ;