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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK THE DAILY HRKALD PAGE FIVE Says Americans Wont Kail Into Snare Set For Them By Huns ii statement last Archibald Hie well known writer oh naval took the view that the Herman submarine operations off the American coaat were intended to try to draw American nnval vessels from European waters The raid was not said with the Idea of obtain ing direct military but mainly OH a After nearly four years ot warfare the German mind can lie read with a fair degree of accur s It was assumed that the people of tte United States would be liitimi rtatfl that they would demand 1m Jiossiblo measures of protection and that in order to satisfy public opin ion tlie navy department would re consider its plans for cooperation in hunting down submarines in TCuro even if some of the Am erican destroyers on duty on this side of theAtlantic were not immediately is a course of action that would suit Germany The Uboats arc having a hard Since the beginning of the enemy has had more vessels at sea than ever The number destroyed 1ms been larger actually and and the loss in tonnage the beginning of the war has been steadily American ves sels have contributed materially in producing this result as the Germans If they can ease the almost un bearable presence ot American ships in European waters by a demonstra tion off the American coast they will have accomplished their It is intended by the Germans to disarrange the plans of the American and British naval authorities for fight ing Uboats wliere they are operating in large numbers and canbe dealt as experience with the greatest success Wont Fall Into I do not imagine the Americans will fall into the snare the Ger thus exposing their transports and store ships to There is no possibility of en emy maintaining a long continued campaign off tins shores of America which would require a large number of The Diesel engines give greatly increased radius of action to big hut New York is easily miles from the nearest German base and the return journey means a matter of seven thousand apart from the mileage involv in chasing merchant so there no reason to anticipate any such de velopments as have been seen in Bri tish waters and in the Mediterau The Uboats crossing the At lantic must twice passthrough the danger areas ot aircraft and There Is a variety of measures available to the American authorities short of relaxing the stringency of their antisubmarine measures on this For outward and home ward shipping can be there by increasing the difficulties of the Uboats in finding the UTILIZE ROSS RIFLE FACTORY June Bai minister of marine and today told A delegation of members of the board of trade that the government was consid ering the subject of utilizing the premises of the rtoss Rifle fac tory and the Transcon tinental HUGEflSTllRE June re port reaching here that Uic whole central section of Camp bell at thi mouth of tine Bay of It being swept by a forest No settled district has yet been 148 CASUALTIES June US casualties ill tho list Issued Forfyone were western men or of ficers of whom four were killed in ac five died of one one presumed to have one miss one prisoner of sixteen AprH Magazines and periodicals are coining out with prtgo after page of pictures and This starts he Kmprosw AT THE MAJESTIC Reserved seats are on sale for Griffiths mighty spectacle The Illrth ot a tho attraction com ing to the Majestic Theatre tomorrow nnd which is playing a farewell engagement at popular prices with u matinee on Saturday Nothing comparable to this produc tion In novelty and entertaining qualities lias ever been shown on any Prominent newspapers throughout tho Dominion liave dis cussed It and praised it Long runs in tho following Mon New San testify to tho popularity of this mighty It will bo pre sented here with the original musical augmented and mech anical AT THE ORIHETJM On Monday June 10th at the Orpheiim the Lomlonian Bells will make their initial appear ance in this This company has been playing in Saskatoon for the past six weeks and to that they seven seriously and five wore popular with the theatregoers of Umt U MOBILE FORTIFICATIONS Juno coast de fense plan as submitted by the de that city would be putting it very The recipe for wartime enter tainment when one has no inclination for tears is obtained by mixing up partment also VtolillshV Pnrts leari ment of mobile fortifications along the aorna graceful and coast by which guns could be translunufi served in an attractive ferred on railroads from one point to stage with dashing another to meet possible In the different bils which the com pany will present during their three weeks engagement at Orpheiim there is all this and considerably Lola Webers Where Are Coming up from the clouds of pes simism which have shrouded the film business for months Tarzan of the Apes is sweeping tornadolike across the continent enveloping all in its 5000 newspapers are pub lishing Tarzan stories or will begin publication within a few Ten thousand drug eight thousand book five thousand stationery stores are decorating their windows to reap the reward of the films popuj Capacity audiences are still crowding the Broadway Theatre where the prices are six times as great as at i picture And the engagement lias again been Marcus have all been booked for their entire circuit to open at tlie same within half a block of each on release date Juno new spirit in Quebec is evidenced in returns of reg istration of men in tlie 19yearold Latest totals now available in this class show men In the Do minion registered for military ser In these Montreal heads the list with Toronto is with am third with Owing to tho difficulty of es timating the number of men liable to registration It has not been possible lo reach accurate percentages of regis In the different registrat ions ot 19 year old men to as follows London Toronto King ston Hull 472 Montreal Quebec Halifax John CharlottBtown Kenora 219 Vancouver Iteglna Calgary Yes Magically Corns Lift Out With Fingers w You simply say to the drug store Give me a quarter of an ounce of This cost very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn from ones A few drops of this new ether com pound applied directly upon a I aching corn should the sore i ness and soon the entire j root and dries up and can be lifted out with the This new way to rid ones feet of corns was introduced by a Cincinnati who says while freezone is it dries in u and sim ply shrivels up the corn without in flaming or even irritating the sur rounding tissue or Dont let father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling at his but clip this out and make him try LAST TIMES TONIGHT RAY IN HIS MOTHERS BOY A FINE WITH PLENTY OF DONT FAIL TO SEE IT AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN A COUNTRY HERO ITS A SCREAM My which Is hrinp nhown it Die Orpheurtl this Is n drama if Intense Interest lo nil those over sixteen years of Tho story lias a which will movn tho most blase It teals with the and their criminal habits which tin whole world s Alexander Rabbi ot one of the largest in Hrook made the foliimim statement i about this picture I should er myself a very foitumitn preacher C I could in fifty or ono hundrod mons preach rliictlvcly as this picture does the coitniu ideas for which it anil the moral Is given in such a way that in the most dramatic play which lias ever been Ones sympathy cannot bo held back from old lonely couple who missed ilm opportunities of A play that will and leave a lifelong Tills is the first timea play or tliis type has FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Evaporated Regular 25c per A J 2 tlC Finest Black Figs very fine for M t Reoular 25c per 2 4t 1 C Finest Evaporated Regular 30c per Pf 2 0 1 C Finest Quality Evaporated Regular 25c per 2 fOC Finest Unpittsd Regular 25c per J 2 i C Finest Quality Santa Clara Regular 25c per 2 Finest Nectarines for This fruit Is grafted flavor between a peach and a Very fine Regular 30c 2 Custard Powder in packets Regular 20c 2 Finest Sultana Regular 25c per J 4 2 11C Finest Muscatel Regular 2 2 30c Deliveries Every Hour if Budsoris Bon ii T Phone 313 ever been given dramatic portrayal I A worldwide AT STARLAND There was no preiniiiitation on the part of the Paramonni officials or Thomas Hiey picked out His Mothers Son ior Charles Ray to follow The Son nf llin is just one of those happenings that occur once in a in for the two productions arc very un llhc each although arn at wholesome of tho typical Ray Tho His Mothers will inshown in this city for the last tiunat Starland Theatre Katty Arbuckle in which will Country on the same is cvou funnier than over if such a thing is poss In A Modern lo be shown at Starland and Sat Douglas Fairbanks holds up the mirror of tile and compares the chivalry of olden times to the present The photoplay is released by and is In with Fairbanks recent productions with scenes of ultrasensationalism and Fairbanks interprets Ilir roln of Xed of who Inherited the spirit ot through par ental mother having tress lead to rebukes from the inde pendent maidens who are on the alert to squelch flirtatious Ned finally meets his fate in tho person of Marjories who plays the part of Dorothy a and in scenes of superheroism done in dashing Fairbanks In saves the girl from a horrible fate and wins a been an reader of The selfreliance of the modern woman as compared with her sister In past gen erations is strikingly for in j many cases the chivalry of the mod ern DArtagnan is and his gallant attempts to assist ladies in dis Friday and Saturday NORWAYS LOSSES June Norways shipping losses through Garmanys submarine warfare and other war causes continue in spite of tho Norwegian protests against lie Uboat During said a cablegram to the Norwe gian legation fotirloen vessels of tons were Two sea men lost their lives and four are mis v CREW Atlantic Juno Couldman and the crew of the Edward Jackson ville to New sunk by n German submarine eighteen miles off Cape diaries Tuesday weru land ed hero CLERKS HANDLE THE NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN LETHBRIDGE There has never been anythiny in Lethbrldge with the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn as mixed in ONE SPOONFUL flushes the ENTIRE bow el tract HO completely it relieves ANY CASE sour gas or constipa tion and prevents The pleasant action of Adler lka surprises both doctors and pa Higinbotham Douglas Fairbanks IN A Modern Musketeer HIS VERY LATEST PICTURE line superintendents und others at the stockyards were trying to day to handle the cattle and 4000 sheep that Congestion the stockyards was not yet it was re but some degree of in terference with the nations meat supply was looked for if the strike was not settled within a few Mens and Womens Boots At AUCTION FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL AT HIS ROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 7th and 8th COMMENCING AT EACH DAY 800 PAIRS OF MENS AND WOMENS BOOTS High grade styles and All Sold in the Wadding ton WITHOUT RESERVE There be sold about 75 pairs Ladies Cashmere and Silk Hose 20 dainty gowns and dresses 8 serge suits 50 pairs silk and kid This la u wonderful Be cm liana early and get the best FRANK AUCTIONEER PHONES MAJEBTICTomorrow SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT I FAREWELL TO LETHBRIDGE FOREVER GRIFFITHS MIGHTY SPECTACLE WITH THE ORIGINAL MUSICAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA AND MECHANICAL Prices 75c 50c ALL SEATS NOW SELLING MPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Prices 35c and 15c The Must Amazing Film Production in tlio Worlds TARZAN of the APES From the Original Story by Edgar Rice with Elmo Enid Markey and Tarzun of the Apes is a mastodonic monopoly embracing all that the mind of man can possibly suggest or It is a symphony of artrugged adventure splendid atmospheric picturesque IS THE DIFFERENT t This is a romance of the African more fascinating than any story of many past Tarznn is the orphaned son of n British adopted while a baby by i tribe of anthropoid apes and eared for during his child hood and youth by a fierce animal He learns all tho secrets of the he acquires the strength and agility of his and In time his human intellieenrn aids him in becoming tho leader of the His fearless encounters with the jungl1 his slow ly dawning realization that ho is a his pathetic efforts to aid liiH are ex periences sue has have been now whom else described with KO absorbing an When he moeta with others of his kind and is able to note tho strange iHfferences when he the woman who should lie his mate but in separated from him by insur mountable even greater trials are before It is more than a unique thai bo remembered and read again and again through the penning SATURDAY ONLY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in DOUBLE TROUBLE ANP A KEYSTONE COMEDY THEATRE THREE WEEKS COMMENCING JUNE 10 The Londonian Belles In UptoDate Musical Comedy WITH SMART ONGS n U ANCES p VJOWNS CHORUS GFIAXGK OF PROGRAM TVflfK MONDAY AND THURSDAY OPENING AND WEDNESDAY A Trip To Paris A Production Full of Wholesome Comedy TONIGHT and rest of week PRICES MATINEES 50c will be exclusive for ladiet and children over accompanied by mothers or Matinees from Z till Both Matinee and Lethbridge To See the Daring Birth Film Where Are My Children PRODUCED BY LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS 8MALLEY most dig yet the most sensational production ot its character iq the history of moving All matinees from 2 till 5 or Ladies and Child Ten guard Also Friday MEN Come and Enjoy a Smoke and a Good Men only will be admit ted tonight and Thursday and The man agement extend an invita tion to all men to bring their cigars and cig and enjoy a smoke while the picture is being suowoi ;