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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMURSDAY. ,iVSE 0, the LETimmnc.r-: daily ufawlo PAGE FTVB mi DISCUSSES .s. Says Americans Won't Kail Into Snare Set For Them Hy Huns UTILIZE K08S RIFLE FACTORY Quebec, June 6.-Hon. C. C. Bal-lantyne, minister of marine nnd fisheries, today told a deTegatlon of members of the board of trade that the government was considering the subject of utilizing the premises of the floss Rifle factory and the $2,000,000 Transcontinental workshop. London, .Tune R. - (Assoointcd I'resH.)-In a .sliilciiiont last night, Archibald llind, llio woU known writer on iinvul ul'fiiirs. loolc tho viuw that tho (lornian siit)inarino operations ofC tho American coaal were Intondnd to try to draw American naval vcrfHelB from European witters. "The raid was not undnrtalcon," aaid -Air. llurd, "with the l(U!a ot ohtaln-Ing direct military resiilt.s, but mainly US a demonstration. Alter nearly four j'oar.s of warfare tho German mind can 1)0 road with ii fair degree of accuracy. ' It was assumed that tlie people of tJM! United States would be Inlimi-(latifl; that they would demand Im Jiossible measures of protection and that in order to satisfy public opinion the navy ilopartmciit would reconsider Its' plans foj- co-operation in hunting down subniarino.s in ICuro-])ean waters, even if some ot the American destroyers on duly on this side of tlio Atlantic were not Iramedialoly recalled. That is a course ot action that would suit Germany admirably. "Tho I'boats are having a hard time. Since tlie l)eKinniiiff of .Marcli. the enemy has had more veaseis at .sea llian ever before. The niiniber destroyed lias been larger actually and relallvnly, and the loss in tonnage iiince the boginniiiK of the war has been steadily reduced. American vessels have contributed materially In producing this result as the Germans Icnow. If they can eafic the almost un-l)earal)lo presence ot American ships in Ifyuropean waters by a demon-stra-tlon off the American coast they will have accomplished their i)urpose. "It is intended by the Germans to disarrange the iilans ot the .\inericau and British naval authorities tor fighting l'-t)oats w-hero they are operating In large numbers and can-ho dealt with, as experience has- shown, witli the greatest success; Won't Fall Into Snare. "[ do not Imagine tho Americans-Will tall into the snare .of the Ger-Ujiin.s. thus e.xposnig their transporta and store ships to ilestruction. "Tlieru is no possibility of (.he enemy maintaining a long continued campaign off the shores of \merica which would reriuire a large number of l!-l)oats. The Diesel engines givo gri^atiy increased r.'tdius of action to big submarines, but New York is eiisily .'i.'iOd miles froin the nearest German base and tho return journey means a matter of stven thousand miles, apart from the mileage involv-,ed in chasing merchant men. so there i.^ no reason to anticipate any such developments as liave been seen in Hri-lish waters and in (lie .Mediternn-nean. The U-boats crossing the A.l-laiitio mu.st twice pas.? - through the danger areas of patrols, aircraft and mines. "There Is a variety of measures available to the American authorities sliort of rcla.xing the su-ingency of their anti-submarine measures on this Bide. I>'or instance, outward and iiome-ward shipping can be dispersed, thereby increasing tlio difficulties of the U-boats in finding the targets." St. John, N. B., June 6.-A report reaching here says that tbe whole central section of Campbell Island, at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, Is being swept by a forest fire. No settled district has yet been reached, 148 CASUALTIES Ottawa, June (>.-There ware lis casimlties ill tlio list issued today, �'orty-one wero western men or officers of wlioni tour wero killed In action, five died of wounds, ouo died, one, presumed to have died, oiio miss-iiig. one prisoner ot war, sixtnon wounded, seven Hcrlously 111, and five gassed. IVIOBILE FORTIFICATIONS Washington, Juno fi.-Tho coast defense (ilun US .submitted by tlio department also calls tor tho establislv. ment of mobile fortifications along the coast by which guns could be transferred on railroads from one point to another to meet possiiilo attacks. April 2. .MagazliK's .mil jieriodlcals are coming' mit with page after page of Jilclures and stories. This starts i>t the ICmiiress tonight. AT THE MAJESTIC Jte.serrcd .hcjiIs are on .sale for 1), \V. Griffllli's mighty spiutacle "Tho I'lrlh of a Nation," llie iittracllon coming to th(> Majeslic 'I'healrc tomorrow and Saturday, wlilch is playing a furewoU engagement at popular prices Willi u mallnec on Saturday only. . Nolliing comparable (o Ihis production in siue. novi'lty and entertaining ciuallties lias ever liccu sluiwn on any stage. i^rominenl newspapers tliroiiglioiit llm Dominion liiivn discussed it and praised it editorially, liong riiiiK in the following cities, Montreal, Toronto. Winnipeg, Vancouver, New York. Chicago, I'hiladelphia. San I'^'aiicisco, testify to tiie popularity of this mighty spectacle, it will bo presented lioro witli the orlgina! musical score, auginonted orchestra, and mechanical eft'ecla. "MAN" AT IHE AT THE ORI'HEUM On .Monday ne.\t, .lune imii at tlic (3rpheum Tlioatre, tiic I.ondonlnn liolls will makn their initial appearance in lliis city. Tills company has been playing Jn Saskatoon tor the Jiast si.x weeks and to say lliat they wore popular with tlio tliealre-goors of that city would lie putting it very moderately.' � The best recipe tor war-time enter-tuinnient when one has no inclination for tears is obtained by mixing up . alioiit onual parts of good, clean *vhoio-{ seinio comedy, graceful dances, and tuneful songs, served in an .'ittractlvo stage setting, witli dasiiing costumes. In the different bills which the company will present during their three weeks' engagement at the Orphciim there is all this and considerably more. I-.ols Weber's production, "Where Are My Cliiidren'." whii-li l.-, Iieiug sliown at the Orpheuni tills ��'�'�]{ is n dr;nna' of inlnufio interest tn iliDf^e over aixteon years ot age. Tho story has a p.iiii.)r, wliich will niovi! tho most bl;'.-.'- ; pfctator. It deals witli tho Idlernii and their criminal Iiabll.H whh-li uir whole world is figliling, against. Dr. Alexander I^yon . Kahbi ot one ot the largest congi'-cntioiia in iirools-lyn, made the folld-.'-ing slatement about this picture: "l Jionld consider inysolf a very finiiiiuii,, ])rcaclier if 1 could In fifty or hik; liundrcd ser-ninns preach as i-li'-nivcjy .-is this picture (Iocs tlio .'ci i.iin ideas for wliidi it stands," ami y, i tlie moral is given In such a way 'ili.-ii it l,s tlie most dramatic play '.vhich has over been given. Onc'..! 11!;! Father"-it is just one of tliosi- n; mi- happenings that occur onco in a hilc' in fllradoni, tor the two produi-i iiiiiri arc very iin-lilie each other, nitliniii;li linlh arc attractive, wholesome plHiioiilaya, ot the typical Hay variety. I'lio latest. "His Jlothor's Boy." will l"- shown in this city for the last tinii> ;ii Starland Theatre tonlglit. Fatty Arbucklo in ''A Country Horo." which will li  shown on the same program. Is cmui funnier than over ible. Ill before, if such a thing i-s poss- to lie A .Modern .Musketeer.' shown at Slarlmid lomnrr . : : : ? whllo tho picture is betug sUowu. i , 081471 05843761 40 ;