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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I NOTGETBACKTHE PACIFIC ISLANDS Premier Hughes of Australia Says German Possession Would Be Menace I-iondon, July 13.-(Via Houters Ottawa" Agency)-Premier HuBlieB of AuBlrulln, Bponklng before the Pilgrims' Club, dwelt upon the aliHoiute necessity ot tlio Pacific Islands not re-verilng to a predatory l)ower like Germany. Ho showed how Australia and America liad common Interests In the I'aclflc, which the Panutrta Canal bad linked to Europe. Australia was now the very gateway of the east and was capable of maintaining a population ot 10,000,000. Briefly tho policy ot Australia was that 8ho dare not assent to the ex-German Islands boing handed back to her. Her roaaons were not a dosiro tor territory, but because the German lust tor world power threatened every body. Tho freedom of the .sea pathways to AuBtrolla were essential to her safety. Who over held the belta ot is lands nortb ? NEW AGREEMENT > IN REICHSTAG. t 1 Beautiful Elsie Perguson in ''Roae of the World," at Starlrnd tonight. Nursing Mission PUReTrESH MILK From tuberculoslB-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk (or babies may do so dally. Tho milk Is free to thos section ot his party which was desirous of "orientating Itsolf ?> toward tho central powers." * N ? > : ? ;**??>* ? ? :>> > : : > � Wash That Itch Away There is' absolutely no sufferer from eczema who ever used t,he simple wash D. D. D.� and did not fuel immediately that .wonderful calm, cool sensation that comes when the Itch is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates the pores, gives Instant relief from the most distressing skin diseases.-J. D. Higlnbotham ifc Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbridge.-Advertisement. D. D. D. Aiit1i6iizGi|^ VGisioit Whose bdok "My Four Years In Germany" will be shown in pictures at the Empress IVIonday. EMPRESS TONIGHT PRICE 3Bc The World War and a Woman is the Fptclnatlng Theme of Metro's Great 8-Act Special Production " LEST WE FQRGET" The Mighty Arraignment of the Hun, Starring the Beautiful Survivor ot the Lusitania DlsaBter, RITA JOLIVET ALSO LATEST WEEKLY AND L-KO COiVIEDY EMPRES FOUR DAYS STARTING MONDAY I PRICES Boxea 75c Main Floor 50c Children 25c The Picture of the Hour Blood-Stirring Facts, Not FictioD Ambassador Gerard's Authorized Version of 'My Four Years in Germen)' Produced by Mark m. OinUnfasa and H.- M. Warner. Directed by William Nigh Scenario by Charlcts a. Logue WHICH PACKED THE KNICK. ERBOCKER THEATRE, NEW YORK, FOR MONTHS. NEW YORK eVeNINO telegram The film Is an impreasive ona. showing clearly the laiqultjr of the German autooraoy. NEW YORK TELEGRAPH The Kniokerbooker has a qew and particularly Interesting ottering. It la a motion picture, to be sure, but it is nothing: less thaa "My Four Years In Ger-many," the material of which has been furnlahacl by tormer Ambassador Gerard. It is one ot the most enltght* onlng documents on tho gr�at war and 'conditiona prevailing la Germany. 6488 01077130 936932 ;