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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DRIVE DWINDLES f 0 SMALL ATTACKS Subs- Take Still More Victims Have Not, Yet Been Blocked in Their 'Operations Off the American Coast. Boston, June The crew of German submarine which sank the schooner Jacob B. Hask- ell were under orders to sink every American ship they could find, but "to snare all lives pos- according to members of the Haskell's crew. Tns men ar- rived last nlghl from an Atlantic port 'where they wertS landed yes- terday by -the coastwise steamer Grecian, which rescued' them at sea.' --Gustav Nelson, seaman on the said the submarine com-. spoke perfect English and was so pofitti that got on his neryer. After he had posted his men no'out the schooner they stood there grinning, while he asked ship's papers. Then he ordered the American flag hauled down and wrapped it up in the papers. Then the cook re- marked: "You had better take the food have on board before you sink the, The captain snapped back: VWe don't want your food. We have enough of our own. We don'tiwant your lives either; we want 'your ships. Now get away s' from: here. You have three min- utes ship goes down." ANOTHER VICTIM t Nev> June 5. The Arr.- crjcan auxiliary schooner Samuel C.- Merigel -is another of. attack. "Sha Supday afternoon 175 miles off and eleven rnen of her. "ere we re brought -htffie today by port this H carried 28 many of them worsen and seven of the erew. counts, probably, for all of the 340 passengers and crew of the Caro- lina.-.; .-'..'V Just before three o'clock a sec- cmd boat load of survivors ol the Carolina' rowed ashore here; London, June Reuters fs jjow a more "urgent call for men for the ffght- .Ing forces than ever before, said Sfr Auckland Gerfdes, national service, in an address to- at White Church. "The government is now 'calling men from agriculture, coal mines and munition said Sir Auckland, "and also from all the other essential Industries where. they have done their best to con- serve and develop- The decision- to do that was considered very gravely ocfwfc it was arrived at. "In the next few weeks every- Ihirig depends upon our main- taining the Irrnlei, and, heavy as the call Delhg'made'on agrJ- culture, I cannot say it will be the end oTthVtall to be made on ihal Industry bscatsee there lg no use of maintaining an Industry however. vital, unless steps are taken to secure liberty fn the because victory we must have. People impossi- bilities, but we have done impos- sible things before a'nd we have to go on dfyng them. Although these men are being drawn from civil the women will save its have dont before." CLOSED PRINTING MONTREAL ..Mc-htrcal, Ailh contravention'of order in council of. April 21, dealing with thft nresi, in, relation to any statement or report prejudicial to recruiting of flls Majttiy's forces, or in the. operation of any act or order Irr council concerning na-' Uonal fitrvfca, tho Federal author- ities' yesterday afternoon clossd thfi ..premises of the Bulletin, a French weekly newspaper pub; liahed by. A. Pfflt-on, of thla city, ECLIPSE OF SUN, Vancouver. June all the cEUes ia Vancou- ver and Victoria will have the best view of the eclipse ot tho sun that Is' to tafce place Sal- unlay. The .nearest. point to Ihlsxpity at which the eclipse u'lli lie observed as a total, Le CheballB. Washington; iml In observers In thia cily. ninety six one hundred! (is of "the fate ot the sun; will