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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JHR DAILY PAGE PtVK Destroyers Have Caught One An Atlantic June ering for two days over the sea where the American tanker Wil liam Rockefeller had been sunk by a German a flot illa of destroyers and two sea finally succeeded In cap turing the Uboat according to naval survivors of the who landed here GAVE BATTLE New June least one large merchant ship gave bat tle to a German submarine off the coast of New Jersey according to members of the crew of the schooner Edward one of the of the Uboat war The submarine wat the victor In this fight and later the same Uboat destroyed another big steamship after several hours of In the same Fdr twentyfour hours prior to the Coles destruction at 4 on Sunday when seventyfive miles off Highland the crew saw an unusual amount of The sea from point to the also with the rescued crow re The submarine which sank the the was the lar geat they had ever It car ried guns fore and aft and was 250 feet TANKER SUNK Philadelphia June un identified oil tank steamer was sunk late this afternoon Ibout four miles off Cape Dela The crew has been landed at The report ths sinking doee not eay whether the ship was attack ed by a CLOSE HAVANA An Atlantic June sengers on an Incoming steamship from Cuba today iald that the Cuban presumably in fear of had kept the port of Havana closed to all out going vessels from May 20 to PAINS IN BACK AND SIDE Yield to Lydia Pinkhamt eUble Buffered from in ray back and side caused by ft functional de 1 wat nervous and had headaches most of the So many people recom mended Lydia Plnkhama Vege table Compound to I tried it and Enemy Has Reached The Vital End Of Big Drive With the French troops In Guards division has heen wltlulawn Juno allied troops feel by Ihu German high command from the enemy lias reached the vital end the The German losses are be after taking aix hot ties I am I de do hot think the Vege table Compound can beaten for wo mans noil Kansaa Women who suffer from tha blues and othersympWmsof a functional diirange rncnt should giva this famoue toot and herb remedy a For forty years it has been otercom ing such ailments of women after other medicines have If yon wwit in regard to your write Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of long experience is at your and your letter will be holdwo strict Expensive Jewelry and Fruila That Cah Be drown Here TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS coming heavier The at the beginning of the followed out a system I of filtering through allied Bodies of picked troopa would find their way through thinly helil portions of the line and then would open fire on the allied troops from the This feature of the offensive Is now giving way in most places to attacks in missed The enemy lias found it Impossible to carry out the first manoeuvre since the allied troops have received BIG June Fur owner of the FurnessWithy Many Officers Are General Brustall is Knighted of his The ground Is now given only whenthe allied commanders con sider it useless to hold it and when combats occur they are fought on a much more equal basis than hereto Tho troops never have lost confi even in the most serious mo ments of their in their siblllty to prevent breach in the line sind with British and French re inforcements arriving the morale ol the allied armies is higher 15 Miles on Marne French Army In June The enemy now holds the northern hank of the Marne for a distance of about fifteen A further advance in this sections seems to have been j to the Halifax branch of the Hemiie although the Germans may j Royal Navy League LoomifiColonel Ross make efforts to cross at various The principal object of the appears to be to make such 7irogress westward as is possible be following Canadian officers are honored in the Kings Birthday Knight Commander of the Hath Major General Henry Edward Burs Small Tins Devilled Ham and Regular 10c Tuesday 3 tins Finest Sulphur Bleached Sultana Regular 2Sc per Tuesday 2 Large Bars Castile Regular 40c Tuesday Special Finest Scented Toilet 3 cakes In Regular Tuesday per box Bottles Regular 30c Tuesday per bottle Kvening MM Every tonight has tin1 Hour A list of Imports value lias been heretofore ahum n year has been prohibited by 1111 order incotmcil liy he The order hae been up to Ni agara to be signed by thp governor general and the diullcd list will not be made public until the papers come The matter has f slderatlon for some months as a rei has It in ten times hig Riilt of a careful made liy i Ker than tin biggest It lias the War Trade li is their re many times more tonne dramatic iic commendations whieli arc being carj on than fieu II as ried no other medium of expression can Tho list Is known io embrace high the fierce heats of politl priced qmusive lines of cal ambition and fruits ean he grown in Canada and those whose use Is es sentially a lienanas and or it Is aip not Tho prohibition is designed to have an effect In reducing the adverse bal 24c 39c 33c 22c 25c Kelloggs Dominion Corn Regular 15o Tuesday 3 Llbbys 2 tins Roast Regular per Tuesday per Canada Brand Corn Regular 16c par Tuesday 2 Old Thyme Maple Flavour 8yrupj quart CA Regular Tuesday per tin 9UC Rusks Chick Regular Tuesday 4 24c Phone 313 performance on the stagp or other Tin Toronto Daily of September tho says The Birth of a Nation In simple tnitli and the most stu n under con Din of man ance of trade with the United States and also to better the exchange situa It Is understood that the automo biles to be barred are those costing more than The production of coal in the Un ited States for the year beginning April 1 must reach net general direc tor of United fuel administra tion told the national round at its This means an Increase of tons over the production for the coal year if the war dn mandB of the country are to he Samehip has contributed j Companions of the Bath den rf fore ho Is compelled to accept battle on a grand Owing to the terrible casualties in flicted on the the Prussian i ROUNDING UP Medicals Generals James Kims ley and Victor Companions of and June I ANCHORDONALDSON LINE SERVICE Canada toGlasgow For full Information apply to Agents mr Companys 270 Main VISITORS ARE IMPRESSED With the good taste and dig nity of monuments produced by They notethe chasteuess of the designs and the fidelity j which has been given to We are prepared to sub mit designs for monuments of any character from a simple headstone to the most elabor Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street police here are very in rounding up slackere under the Military Service Thirty two were arrested over the weekend mid eoine will Ije proceeded against in the civil Those guilty of liav ing iii their possession false f marriage or birth certificates Gedrge Lieut Colonels William Arthur Henry Charles Edward Sutherland Raymond Colonel John Colonel Warring Brifr General Blrchell Colonel Eric I Angus McDpui cussed in polite Colonel Arthur i Hut ts for Sunday may be condemneil to fine of or an option of six months In Small Pill Small DOM Small FOR CONSTIPATION have atood teat of Purely Wonderfully quick to banish Indlgeatlon and to clew up bad Genuine bears PALE FACES Generally Micstc of Iron IsV Ibe Blood Carters Iron Pills WUI Mo ibU condition What the Press Agents Say LETHBRIDGETOSEE BIRTH FILM Denver Express There was a time when birth control and the destruc tion of children werent dis Now is a good time to have your also separators put in good order for the coming harvest iStm an expert of Gasoline Engines and Separators and am at your If you are needing help drop me a line and I will you as quickly as My REDSHAW 321 NINETEENTH STREET LETHfRIDOB Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta Monster Dance Commerce THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCES OF THE PRCHESTRA IN to Dtfftcf Hall GtatUinfn Colonel Andrew Lome Hamil and Thomas Louis Bar to Distinguished Service Order Colonel Cameron Bri gadier Edward Col onel James Colonel William Smith Colonel Lionel Distinguished Service Order Colonel Majors George Ar thur Edward Colonel Frederick Hajpr Cor mack Colonels Ashton Anson Major Colonels Ar chibald Charles Majors Douglas Charles Colonel Francis Majors Norman George Gib Colonels Archibald Gul Edward William John Joseph Hay Majors Hugh Daniel Hill Albert Col onels William Daniel Kap Walter Major Gordon Colonel Leonard Ib Majors Theodore At wood Robert Neil Walter Lawrence Arnot William Colonel Lafayette Major Alexander Colonel John Majors Henry Norman Colonel Majors Thomas Norman Ro Cecil Charles Sauiv John Wallace George Colonel James I Major Allen Colonel Hugh Majors Ar I tlnir Donald White and Ed ward Foster and Lake June The following is included In the colonial office Hat of tUa kings birthday honors Knight Grand and George Sir George Canadian minister of trade and om merce Sir Owen Knight Michael and Richard Stuart lieutenantgovernor of Saskatchewan John Douglas chief jus tice of NEW Companion of Michael and George Austin Ernest clerk of the Canadian senate John WlUam former accountant paymaster gnnerul Canadian militia Knight Bachelloi Hormidas Lu chairman Canadian purchasing Companionti of Imperial Service Or Kent assistant clerk of the Canadian privy council Ernest Frederick assistant de puty minister Canadian militia de Announcement Is made that tha list t appointments for the Order of the British Knipire for Dominions hae been deferred until at the Tabor leading Denver priests and ministers sat in the back of the while on the screen he fore them was in motion pic n bitter arraignment of the wives who refuse to bear The selected audience had been ask ed to pass judgment on Where Are My a photoplay attacking birth The birth control which was shown in the picture is not the control that ao many foremost thinkers are ad the other sort of con trol the refusal of women of wealth and station to bear children who could be reared in the atmosphere proper for young This picture is to appear at the Or pheum commencing Convalescent Hospital Is to have an electrohydro therapeu tic onn of tho first of be erected iu Canada in connection Hie iiillHury cpnvalescaiit hospi The new establishment should be and ready for me In three or four westsA is now under coitsiructipu ffn couuec liua Viiucouvet HUHtary uu AT THE EMPRESS In Her Greatest the new special super de luxe William Vox founded on Ouidas nov Theda Bara reaches the height of her artistic career in her impersonations of a unsophis ticated ISnglish country and later that of a woma n whose very soul has been torn by agonizing Bara shaws a versltility that has sel dem been equalled in photodrama At the Empress TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING MATINEE SATURDAY FAREWELL CANADIAN TOUR Cranston Presents Griffiths Mighty Spectacle With Original Musical Auginnnted Carload of Mechanical First Time Here at Popular Matinee at 50c Nlghtp at 75c SEATS ON SALE ALL DAY FRIDAY AT STARLANl Symbolical of the element of su perstition which is the basic theme of the latest Jeraldine Karrar photo Tho Devil the vision of i black cat appears two striking dramatic incidents In the At I lie opening of the story iteraldlne Karrar appears as a simple Breton fisher Alarcia When a black cat comes into her hut with tho storm it brings with a sudden Implanted in tha mints of siirple foil through nu riom an 1 supertitious be in the when Alarcia is iu a black cat is tho fore runner of the episode In whioli plie kills IIPV miserly liushand In pelf de fense when he I wrest from her Hcvil was found afler the storm when the black cat first appearance in Marciae Mas the coming of the black cat any significant Importance in gov erning the events of tho story Those who are superstitious will say that It Those who scoff supersti tion will laugh at the You can judge for yourself by seeing the play at Starland tonight and tomor TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Geraldine Farrar IN The Devil Stone A Marvellous production In Six Dont Miss Also Twice in the Same Place Christie Comedy WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AT THF ORPHEUM If anyone thinks that Franklyn Far on account of his Infectious smile and genial manner of screen Is afraid to take a he see Fast which will make its first appearance at the Orpheuni Theatre In this Mlucbird feature Farnum i suddenly wakes up to the fact that lie IB an and as such should Grabbing a nixinch he swiftly puts four five plasj terers and three trench diggers lions de and goes down to glorious defeat a rain of AT THE MAJESTIC Griffiths mighty The Birth of a which has made such phenomenal records in Now Calgary and hut it surely has con spicuous will play a farewell of two clays at the Ma jestic Theatre next Friday and Sat urday with a special Saturday mat Tho newspapers have printed columns of laudatory notices such as have before been given to any 111 POSCOtfATTyARBUCKlE ACoimtry Mero in Matinee Dally From 2 to 6 School Children Can See It All After oClock ORPHEUM TONIGHT AND TOMOROW A REAL BLUEBIRD FRANKLYN FARNUM IN FAST COMPANY ETERAN SHOW Theatre Starting June 5th Where Are My Children PRODUCED BY LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS SMALLEY most most dig yet the moat sensational production of Its character in the history of moving Denver To See Daring Birth Film Ministers and Approve Showing of Birth Control Play There waa a time when birth control and the destruction of un fcorn children werent discussed in polite But its gone for Saturday at the Tabor leading Denver social priests and ministers sat at thu back of the while on the screen before them was in motion a bitter arraignment of the wealthy wivea who refuse to hear The selected audience had been to pass judgment of WHEKB AUK MY CHIUWEN a yliotoplay birth ;