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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . .7C\E ini8 PAGE FIVE Destroyers Have Caught One Sub An Atlantic Port, June 3.-Hovering for two dnys over tlie' ata where tlie American tanker William RocUefellcr had been sunk by a German submarine, a flotilla of destroyers and two sea-planr.s finally succeeded In capturing the U-boat according to naval officers, survivors of the disaster, who landed here today. GAVE BATTLE New York, June 3.-At least one large merchant ship gave battle to a German submarine off the coast of New Jersey yesterday, according to members of the crew of the schooner Edward H. Cole, or/E of the victims of the U-boat war fare. The submarine was the victor in this fight and later the same U-boat destroyed another big steamship after several hours of firing, In the same vicinity. Far twenty-four hours prior to the Cole's destruction at 4 p.m. on Sunday when scventy-flve miles off Highland Light, N. J., the crew saw an unusual amount of wreckage. The sea from this point to the s,hore also wastfllled with wreckage, the rescued' crew r�-portisd. The submarine which sank the j Cole, the crew said, was the largest they had ever seen. It carried guns fore and aft and was 250 feet long. TANKER SUNK ' Philadelphia, June 3.-An unidentified oil tank steamer was sunk late this afternoon about four miles off Cape Henlovan, Delaware. The crew has been landed at Lewes, Delaware, The report announcing ihn sinking does not say whether the ship was attacked by a submarine. CLOSE HAVANA An Atlantic Port, June 3.-Passengers on an Incoming steamship from Cuba today said that the Cuban government, presumably in fear of submarines had kept the port of Havana closed to all outgoing vessels from May 20 to 25. PAINS IN BACK AND SIDE Yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Enemy Has Reached The Vital End Of Big Drive with the Krencli Iniops In Franco, Juno -The uUieil iroops feel ihnl tlin oiiemy bus re.aclii;!! Ihu vital phH of his rnsh. Tlie Kronnil ia now Riven only wlion the allied (tonunanUei'8 con-nider it UBclcss to hold it nm\ wlien tonil)at3 ocoir they aie fouKbt on a nuieh more eiiuiil basis tlian liereto-loie. The troops nnver liava Io! iln- Kuvpriiini in. "The order lm� In �n si-iii. up lo Niagara to be slRned ii\ ihr governor-i Keneral and the di'i;,il.M| Hsi will not! be made public until tin- yapei-s coino i back. ! Small Tins Devilled i-lam and Potted- Veal. Regular 10c size, Tuesday special, 3 tins . .. Finest Sulphur Bleached Sultana Raisins, Regular 25c per lb. Tueaday Special, 2 lbs. Large Bars Castile Soap. Refljlar 40c bar. Tuesday Special .......................... Finest Scented Toilet Soap, 3 cakes In box. Rcaular 30o. Tuesday Special, per box . . . Bottles H. P. Sauce. Regular 30c size. Tuesday Special, per bottle ............... 24c 39c 33c 22c 25c Kelloggs Dominion Corn Flakes. Regular 15o Ofi- size. Tuesday Special, 3 pkts............ OuC Libbys 2 lb. tins Roast Beef. Regular $1.10 per jCg, tin. Tuesday Special, per tin............... I Canada Brand Corn Starch. Regular 15c per lb. O C _ Tuesday Spcelal, 2 pkts.................. CioC Old Thyme Maple Flavour Syrup, quart tins. CA _ Regular 75c. Tuesday Special, per tin ... JUC Dr. Rusk's Chick Food. Regular 31/2 lbs. 25c. Tuesday Special, 4 lbs............... 24c Deliveries, Every Hour Phone 313 '';|i(;iisive linns of jewelry, fruits .wbicli '-mh bo grown In Cnnada and (hosr wliose> Is essentially a luxury. ninauaK and or-anscs. it is learned. mil Included. "The prohibition is ili-sinned 10 have an pffect in reducing ilu' adverse balance of trade wllli ilir fnlteil States and also to better ihi' .�xdinnge situation. "It is understooil ilial llie automn-biles lo be liarred ar(> ilioso costlnR more than $i:;00.'' ()i)r/ornKi)ice on I lie st.'it'p or (.'lin'r-win'.-. The Toronto Dally .Ncwh of Heiiluiiibei- tile 2!sl, says; '�'The lilrlli of a .N'.iiioir i:-i, In .sliii|)l-als nf war, polUi-i;al ambition and ji'Veiiije. /-:-'-�--N TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING MATINEE SATURDAY FAREWELL CANADIAN TOUR Wni. (!rai'.;;lo'.i I'resfnls 1). W. Orlftlth's .\Iii;lily apeclacie The production of 1 lal in the Vi\-' ited Slates for ihi- vcai- beginning , April 1 must reu.-li r.".",,(Hm,ii(iO net j tons. .T. D. A. >rorr()v.. f^'jiu^ral dlrec- ; tor of United Staid- fuel adnilnlstra- i tion told the naiioiml r-uuncll at Its 1 convention. This ir,'>aii.i an liu-rease | of STi.OnO.OOn tons nvi-r liic production j for the coal year I'.MT. if the war demands of tlie eouiitiy are to be met. 1 .;. . it 1 : I-:. ? ? ROUNDING UP SLACKERS. ? ------ :. f'alKary, June :t.-Dominion ' ? Iioliee iiere aro very active In ? romidinj; up slackers under the ? Military Service Act. Thirty- ? two wvre arrested over the ? week-end and aomo will be '! proceeded agaiust in the civil > c.oiirL3. Those gullly of bav- > iiiK ia their possession false : niarrl.iBH or birth certificates ? may bo condpiiineti to fine ot ? $500 or an option ot six inontha ? in jail. > : ? : ? ? ? � '> ? .> ? : ? ? ? VISITORS ARE IMPRESSED With the good taste and dignity of monuments produced hy us. They note tho chaBtenoBS of the designs anil tho fidelity ; which has been given to every detail. Wo arc prepared lo sub. mit designs tor monuments of nny character from a simple headstone to the most elabor-Bto. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Work* r. Neeiii. Prop. 8th Street 8. Small Pill Small DoM Small PriM FOR CONSTIPATION have atood the teat of time. Purely voKetable. Wonderfully quick to banish blliouancsa, beadacbe, ladlgeation and to dear up a bad complexloa. Gcnuln* beu* ilanature PALE FACES Generally ladicile � Uck of Iron la itia Blood Carter's Iron Pills WUI help ibU condition J Now is a good time to have your engines, also separators put in good order for the coming harvest iNim an export ot Giisollne Engines aiid Separators and am at your Bcrvlae, If you aro' needing help drop me a Un? and I will answer, you as quickly as possiblo. My address- A. R. REDSHAW 321 nineteenth street north, lethbridge Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta are HOLDING a In J. Weigand's Barn Commerce on Fri. Night, June 14 THIS WILL BE 0,NE OF THE BEST DANCES OH THE SEASON, DUNNI.NGi'B PPCHESTRAIM. ATTENPAN';rli; M(;C;ualg, lion, .\ngus AlcDoii-nell. C'olonel Arthur Kvaiis-Suail. Lieut. Colonel Andrew Lorne Hamilton, and Thomas l..ouis Trembiay. Bar to Distinguished Service Order: Lleiit Colonel Cameron Udwards, Brigadier iCdward AVlUlam. Lieut. Colonel James Kirkcaldy, Llnut. Colonel William Smith Latta, Lieut. Colonel Lionel I'agc. D.S.O.'s. Dtsllnguislied Service Order:Lieut. Colonel G. Uoyce, Majors .leffrey Bull, George Cameron, Wni. Chandler, Arthur Chattell, Kdward Cleary, Lieut. Colonel Frederick Cole, Major Cor-mack Craig. Lieut. Colonels Ashton Cutclltfe, Anson Donaldson, .Major Archer. Duguld. Lieut. Colonels Archibald I3archman, Charles Edgett, Majors Douglas Kills, Charles Kiint, IjiBut. Colonel (Rev.) Francis French. .Majors Norman Gentles, George Gibson, Lieut. Colonels Archibald Gul-day, Edward Gllmore, William Greer, John Ciunn, C. Ilarbottle, Joseph Hayes, Majors Hugh Heaaley, Daniel Ulll-man, Albert Humphrey, Lieut. Colonels William llnrdinan, Daniel Kap-pelo, Walter Kingsmill, Major Gordon Loighton, Lleiit. Colonel Leonard lb-botson, .Majors Theodore Lomer, At-wood Wackey, Robert Mackenzie, Neil .Macl.,ean, Waller Maxwell, Lawrence .Miller, Arnot Mordy, William Nellson, Lieut. Colonel Lafayette Nelles, Major .\loxander Paterson. Lieut. Colonel John Penliale, Majors Henry I'enso, .Norman Perry, Win. Peterson, Lieut. iJolonel J. Piercoy, Majors Thomas Ueddall, Win. Hhoades, Norman Robertson, Cecil Uussoll, Charles Saunders, .lohn Semmens. Wallace Sharpe, George Shearer. Llciil. Colonel James Stewart, Major .Mien Taylor. Lieut. '; Colonel Hugh Walkem. Majors Arthur Walker, Donald White and Edward Wilcox. Foster and Lake l-lonored. ^ London, .liine 2.-Tlie following is included In the colonial ofl'lco Hat of Iha lUng'3 birthday honors; Knight Grand Cross, St, Michael and St. George-Sir George Fceter, Canadian minister of trade and ;om-merce; Sir Owen Philips. Knight Commanders, St. Michael and St. George-HIchard Stuart Lake, lieutonant-goveruor ot Saskatchewan; Hon. John llonglas Ilazen, chief jus-lice of New Brunswick. Companion of St. .\ll5hUBl and St. George-Austin Ernest Blount, cleric of the Canadian senate; John WT'lam Borden, former accouutanl paymaator-gnneral Canadian militia department. ICniglit Bachelloi-llormldaa La-ports, chairman Canadian purchasing comniisslun. Conipanione of Imperial Service Order-Francis Kent Bennetts, assistant clerk of the t^anadian privy council; Ernest l''rederlfck .larvis, assistant deputy minister Cftuadlan militia department. Annouiicomcnt Is made tliat the list nf appointments tor the Order ot the British Kmpive for the Dominions hue been doferreil until September. What the Press Agents Say LEIHBRIOGEIOSE PG BIRTH FILM Denver Kxpres:-* There was a time when birih contini and the destruction ot unborn ihildren weren't discussed in (lolltc ' irclijs. , Hut It's goiii'. for Sunday morning, at the Tabor i'licatrc. loading Denver judged, cliilMi omen, .���ooial workers, priests and ministers sat in the back of the theatre. Hliile on the screen before them was shown, in motion pic-lures, a bluer arraignment of the jjveallliy wlvn^ who refuse lo bear babies. The gelectpd :iiidlence had been asked to pass judgment on "Where .Are .My Children'.'' a photoplay attacking blrlh control. The birth conirol wliicli was shown In the picture Is not tho control that so many foremost thinkers are advancing, but tlie other sort of control-the refusal of women of wealth and station to bear children who could be reared in the atmospliore proper for young folk.s. This plclure is to appear at the Or-pheum commencing Wednesday. AT THE EMPRESS In "Her Greatest I>ove," the new special super de luxe William Vaii photodrama. foiimled on Oulda's novel, ".Moths," .Mii-s Theda Kara reaches the height of her artistic career in her Impersonal Inns of a young, unsoplils-ticalied English country girl, and later that ot a wonia nwhose very soul has been torn by aKoiilzing emotions. .Miss Bara shnws a vcrsltility tliat has sel-deni been eiiuallcd in photodrama art. At the iimpre.'is tonight., AT TIW ORPHEUM If anyone Ihinli-i Hint Erankiyn Far-num, oil acc:ouiU of his infectious smile and genial manner of screen acting. Is afraid 10 take a chance, he fihould see "Fast Company," which will make Us first appearance at the Orpheum 'I'heatie tonight. in this Blueljlrd tonture Farnum suddenly wakes up to the fact that be is an Irl.slimuu, and as such should fight, lirabblng a six-inch beam, ho swiftly puts four policemen, five plasterers and tliri-e trench diggers hnrs de combat, and goes down to glorious defeat amidst a rain ot night-stlcks. AT TFIE MAJESTIC n. W. Griffith's nitfihly spectacle, "The Birth of a Nallon," which lias mads such phenon-enal records In I^ndon, ,\(iw York, Chicago, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver, ihal it surely lias conspicuous merit, will play a farewell engagement of I wo dnys at Hie Majestic Tlioali'e next Friday and Saturday with a special Saturday matinee. Tho iiewsiiapeiH have printed columns of laudatory notices such as liave iievor before been given to any iCdtjulinalt Convaleacen), Hospital 1b to have an electro-hydro therapeutic building, one of thoflrst of .such ^ be erected in Canada in coi,iuectinn �lt!t the .military cpnvalcscept hospitals. .Tho.iiew estabUBliment should bo �cohipleled and ready for ^iaoin three or . foyr Aveefea- A., 3iinlla;ii5p|*i�ltutlon Is 'how ti|>der construcilpB-iIrt' coiinec- 1 (Ion ,w[lU^ tii.S A'tiucouvev ioUUavy uu- 'iiei:'," Mm AVitb Original Musical Sflore. .�\uginont(''d Orchestra. Carload Of -Mechanical Effects. First Time Here at Popular Prices. Sat. Matinee at 2,30____25c, 50c Nighty at 8.30 ..... 25c, 50c, 75c SEATS ON SALE ALL DAY FRIDAY AT STAFiLAND Syinliolical lay. .\t ll;r ill tlie .story, when .\larcla i. IHvll StKii.' v.iil.-h was found af:er the storm when the black cat rir�l appearance in .Marcia's life. Has the coming of the black cat any significant Importance in gov-eriiinR the events of the story? Those who are siiporstitiaus will say that il has. Those who scoff at superstition will laugh at the possibility. Vou can judge for yourself by seeing the l)l8y at Slarland innlghl and tomorrow. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Geraldine Farrar IN "The Devil Stone" A Miirvellous production In Six Parts. Don't Miss It. Also "Twice in the Same Place" Christie Comedy "For the Boys Who Have Done Their Bit" GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THE VETERANS AUDEVILLE SHOW 12--BIG ACTS-12 Majestic Theatre Next Mon. Night, June 10 AduUs 50c Kiddies 25( Matln�o Dally From 2 to 6 p.m. School Children Can See It All After .four o'clock ORPHEUM TONIGHT AND TOMOROW A REAL BLUEBIRD FRANKLYN FARNUM "FAST COMPANY" ORPHEUM-;�r� mi "Where Are My Children?" 'produced by LOIS .weber AND PHILLIPS 8MALLEY Pronounced-"The most amaiilng-most impressive-most dlg-iilfied, yet tho most sensational production ot Its character in the history ot moving pictures," Denver To Seci Daring Birth Film Mlnliters and Judges'Approve Showing of Birth ContrCVPlay Thero was a lime ^vhon birth control and the destruction ot unborn children weren't discussed in polite circles. But it's gone, ftir Saturday morning, at the Tabor Theatre, Dnnvev, leading Denver Judges, clubwomen, .mocIbI workers, priosta ' and ministers sat at tho back ot ihe theatre, while on the screen before ihem was shown, in motion pictures, a bitter arraiKumeut  of the wealthy wives who refuse to bear babies. Tho selected nudlenqo had been aslted to pass judgment'on "WHIsHR are my children?'; ti photoplay atjLitcUlng birth control. 19 ;