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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1: PAGE TEN* THE LETHBniDGE DAILY riERALD .-niDAY; TT'XE 7. iniR CUTS DD SSESINHALF Allied Forces Have Deslroycii 60 Per Lent of Submarines Constructed SPLENDID PROGRESS. WasIi.'iiRton. .fmii- T.-Siicli !loinllil profiif.ii' in ship-hiilMliiK hiis bpeii iiuidc hi tln! Piii-ific northwest, tlml tho .shipping: board has iloi'iiJcd to piace nflw contracts iIuto ciill-fnK for tUq exppnilittiio of more than ?3U,0OO,00O. : ? � : -v >> : > * ! ? i ? I To Them Or better, send them half a dozen bars of this nour-iihine chocolatf. There u miiiy a brave fellow hungry today in the trenches, who will appreciate this hiehly concentrated food more than anything else. Positively the finest eating chocolate made, 5c. and 25c. sizes. U'.i.itiiiiKioii, ,limo T.-Soiuitor ."^wan-HOii. m'Ii"B rhiiirnuiu o( tUi' Nuval i;omniitt(>i', after a I'oiifi'ri'ncc with navy hcails toiiuy. di'ilaroil tl\at Iho alU-.Hl naval foi'if:* hnvi> ilv'stroyt'd � sixty \wv lont nf iilt Gunnati siihniar i ims I (liistnii'toil aii.l iliat tlicv havo , rut sliippiuK lossf.-j ill halt". } 1 'I'll" Clcrnian sttluiuirines ri-iioiiily ; �' i>pi'i''i'ia.C' "ti" !li(> Allanlio ro.xsl. S^ua , ( lu last remaining iiu'iiibers of a family and in i'a.'�? of extreme harii-ship io dependent?. ' The niemoran-diini is a.s follows: "X\\ siii'h applications mil.-! ln'-mji!" BRIIISH MISSION . NOT ON THE SHIP London, . June 7,- Announcement was made here today the members of the British delegation to the Anglo-German war prisoners Conference at The Hague W>2re not, .ns reported, yesterday, on board the hospital,,shlp S. Konlng�n Regentes when the vessel struck a mine and sank In the North Sea. Instead, the delegates were abroad the hospital, ship SIndoro which rescued the survivors of the Konlngen Regentes. Among the hospital shlp�' company re.scued tay the Sindoro were nineteen returning civilian prisoners. I V  . . ' , ... .,, , prepared anil ir t le circii'ii.-taiu es ; \WM . \m ) ( '''''r?r'-T'^::^-'^'^'V^''-^''^^^^^^^'^^^- t'-mpo.-nrv llave will r.,,.-ed tu v.ntins .-.nd the Ilib.e paif , recommends the leave, and =ei, biiiU. i quarters and will be passed, to the i fl TVALIOITy EXEMPTION ORDER Quebec, June 7.-'Armand La-vcrgne took a writ of habeas corpus on behalf of Anticn Bacon and he stated he would fight iii court the validity of the order In council which annulled all exemptions under th; Military.;^Ser-vice Ac';. He claims orders-in-council cannot break" a new � law enacted by parliament. OF WESTERN STATES WHahiiigton, .Tune T.-TlnrvORllng of tho wostcrn wheat crop hcgiin today III Oklahoma wliero sl.x thoiisnnd wovWors will bo retiulreil nml it \\\\\ oxtend next week to Kansas, where tlilrty thovmnftd .will he noeflod. Ihu (Vdonil employment nervlcc iinnuune-od. Wheal ciitllnp com in o need earlier this year than Inst and .will rHipilrn more luen. Wasjea iiie hiKlicr lliuii last year. Oklahoma fannerii paying In t3,bn to .li-t a day n'lUi hoard, KantiHH tn $.'> I.1 buliig ori'cred. Tompoi'iiry offices of thn Keiioral eiHploym'enl sorvlce have heeu CAtab llHhed throuBlidiit. (ho wheat oult frcnii which �KentK'..\vlll keep in touch with farmerK'bv tolcphone. ' ____J_ f=-|REMEN STRIKE CriiU. Ont, .liiuo 7.-FolUnvlng tliu 1 doclstou of tUe City ]['oi\ns,'ll to lako Sio iiftioii oil llieir reqiiesl for an in-urease In pay; thirteen n\enl^^r� of tho fire depurtmeiit served notli'o ,0.11 Chief Koyos that they woiikl (|Ull lit S o'clock UikI nlKlit, They went mil on til.' hour, after liavinR had a brief conference with ihe chief and Mayor On-kin, at which hot wordH were/passed. ^ CUSHION i::^ RUBBER riEEl^ Corns and Bunions, Headaches, Backaches, ' Lots of other pains one feds. Might be eased and oft* prevented By a pair of "Cat's Paw" Heels. lias Done Good Work With In dians-Canon .MeMillen's S. S. Phtns ; offices of the ceiui-al appeal judge. �'Arrangements iiavo been made'; (.'algary. June 7.-.\11 is streti". and ihi- annual synod of the liiooce of Calgary is history. ,vUli n" casiuiliies reported other a few -M.nhtly bounded feelicgs. Wha; has been forecasted 'oy niaiiy �� an inleresting episode, the resig-jia'Jon of Arclsdeacou Tiniins retary-treasurer of the Indian produced but a slislu ripple in the meAtjng. and Mr. Timms was induced to.rtrniain at his post, with the assiir-anrcof better financial, spiritual and moral Eupporc from the diocese, .� Report on Indian Work. In his report on tiie fmiian waik for LCOMINIOTN SBELMD STOPPED Canon .'dcMilien. the en'husiastio ' a,,.l aKres^ive booster on rinnday ! , barrister who has been en- \ e'^^r ;;:,^io:^rv K?^err'^;;;e: T^'.:ij^%rf "l "^^i ' �f:;r"''r b^!v- ' n-=i>^'"^i>e";;;i^ide;:tirir^s i ' . ^a^ n:;:: -.-|,-| wa.hin.ton, od to recommend sirongiy the adop-. ,,w fee! sure they have'stop-' lied all means of clandestine cable or. cases o: doubt the circumstances will . , Mmmunicatipn between Uie the attention of the ! .'"'^^d states and .Germany After, Lee I'Jjii-clf whose dj. ' "^ve^tlga'io" 'hey have lound that, if rection will be Kiven '�]^^^' f",""" f'"" ^^'".l^^ information pubiirihed senerally in June 7.-Government lion of the standariiized Sunday ; school les&ons ihroii.s^Uout the dioce.;e. Dean FaRet opposed thie, as he want- hri.r u 1, V '\'=-ied the matter left to the pleasan. "f ^1 r .'^ -f, L 1, r "'M-i^ P-irii^h. bur tho other delesates :f";7^:t^ ^ fJ" ' nni: liie hislrop were enthnsiastic for j the move. Rev. .XcMillen nrced that Sund.Tv sciiool leairhcrs' be trained, and' in places, whore there wen; isaveral Ang-Hc.'sn 'chnrcho?. sti^^.sesred a central neoting for tiiii purp.isp, and in the piiiaUer pi.ices a co-operation with .^^ethodi3t atid ' oriier rrotcsianr. churches. .Several minor clsanges in canons the central appeal jud^e i>^^ii. ofucl-^l^ ^-^y h^ye^l^^^^^ Iwith aoplicatlons for exemption, '"'Portant news reached the German ! mediate notice will be sent to the dis- : government .onl.v tlv^0URh .VTOerlcan trie; officer of tho conclusion arrived '',V"'"P='P!''":- 'T'^ which are acu-at and the man concerned will be ad-'""''"^ ^" Germany or the adjoiti- Introduce OUR ICE CREAM TO i '^ir ^r-^".!^o;^:^"- ' only cases, transmitted wUli the ^re-  ^^,^^,^^^^^^113 OFF VIRGINIA CAPE Bible Study in Schools.. ' Yesterday morning the principal fea-, lure was the ur.iring 0: Bible study of , an undenomif.atlonal nature in the ' ; pubiiC' schuoHK. and Canon Hayes ; made the siatemenl that in-three schools 01 the diocese per cent. . 0: tile boys and plrls ranRing up to I I'j years of age could not even write � the Lord's Prayer. The following recommendations were nrged: ! ]-That every .school shall be opens ed with a recital of the Lord's Prayer. --That a copy of the Ten C'oni-; mandnienis. ('�hrisfs summao' of the law. and the Lord's Prayer, printed in : larRe type, shall lie hung in every ' school room in the province, j .'{-That an inter-denominational ( coniniittpc be appointed to draw up a; said; commendations of the officer nianding the depot battalion and the district olficer commanding will ho tunsldered." GERMANS MISTAKEN � AT EVERY TURN Paris. June 7.--Professor Orlando, 1 the Italian premier who has been at-: tending the Ver.=ailles conference, i ,spcaklng of the war situation today graded syllabud of lessons from sel-jection-s of Holy Scripture which shall ' be read and taught as part of the .school curriculum. HUGE WHEAT CROP FORECASTED IN11.S. 1/ * 11 ii HOME WE ARE OFFERING FOR TOMORROW PINT 20c T Take some home foi' dessert. We want you to, know the quality of tKe ice cream we make- THE Bon Ton ; '420 fifth .st. 8, , cakes; pastry, confectionery. Washington, June 7.-Production of rc'.l.Odu.OOO bushels of wheat this year was forecasted today by the department of agriculture from June 1 con-ililions. The winter wheat crop wa.t "Kvery lime the Germaua believed tlieraselve.'? within reach of their aim, they proved to li.-tve been short" sight--eJ. We some times have had the same fault. "When the Knited States undertook to send troops to Europe, did we believe lUeir soldiers would ar'lve by the hundreds of thoH.9and.s'.* i'eojjje said, hovi can huiuan masses - travid the Atlantic when the ordinary quantity of merchandise is unable to cross? That seemed to .settle the quesUon. even to the technical experts, and yet lhai conviction has proved false." TO GET LASHES. (Juelpli. Out.. .litne 7.- fCdward Stumpf. tile fifteen-year-old Rockwood youth, wlio wad �'irre.'itcd foDowiuK mi estimated at riS7.non.ui)0 bushels, and j attempt to. commit a seriou's offense spring-wheal pro,luction at ,'!-l l.onii.biM)) agiiinsl a girl twelve years old, was biishelR, ( yesterday sentenced lo two years less Winter wheat condition v.-as S3.S per one day at tlio Ontario Kefornialory cent of u normal. lit Hurwash, and to receive twenty .S))ring wheat conditions was KX lashes, lie was also charged with and the acreage 22,489,000. 1 robbing a lad of a bicycle on the ])ub- I roductlon of oat.s was forecasled i l'^^ highway and being armed with a at L.')I)(),ih)0,(jOii bushels, the acreage i loaded revolver. 4-l.47S.OnO and Ihe condllioii rui.i'.' liarley production l'3o,000,(i00 busii-els: acreage [i.iOS.OOo and condition W.i. Kyo prodiictlon 81,000 bushels, and the conditions Sa.6. MAY NOT OPPCSE lie pleaded guilty to this charge and na.s s:ive!i the -same .sontencc as on the other charge, but wilhoui the lashes, the sentences to run concurrently. BIG DONATION. London, ,lune 7.- .Major William Kndicolt. American Ked Cross com- UiNlAKlU MlMblLUia check for iLOfiOi) lo tho Scottish Women's MospitaJ, tliiis completing a gift of $100,1)00 rrom the Americans to the .Scolti.Mh ^\^^mon's Work tor Hritish aoldierti in l-'rance. ' Toronto, June 7.-Sonin fourteen Lihertil members of the Ontario .Icgis-latuie weri! present .votterday at a meeting al ivhich iho prospective elections in I'.'.ast Toronto and liasl York I came iindei' considoriilion. A state-' ment was sulisetpienUy given out .10 luo ntfocl thai owing to the serious war sitiiutloii it was nut deemed wise to oppose the election of the minister of educaiiou, lion. W. II. Coily, and the niinisler of agrlctiliure, lion. G. H. Ilonry. An Atlantic Port, June 7.-A French armed merchantman came into port here t�day and reported an encounter with a German submarine off the Virginia-Capes, Details of the battle are lacking, but it is said the fight was a short distance off the cape. The extent of the damage to the merchantman is unknown. in TO REVIEW 20,000 CASES QUEBEC Ottawa. June 7.-Within the last ten days, approximately tsventy thousand further cases in whieU exemption was granted by the local tribunals huVo beei> transferred from the Quebec difi-trict alone to the central appeal judge tor review. Far more effective than Sticky Ply Catchers. Clem-to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. DEPORT ALL ANARCHISTS WaHlilnglon, Juno 7.- -All alien an-arciil�t� in theUnilBd States will be rouiidod up for liimiodluile depoftatiun under u rosohltlOn favorably reported to the house today by tho imiuigra-lloQ uumuittev > : KING TO CELEBRATE ? Paw" Sciu A'o. IS-Walch Jot N3. 16, Men's and Women's Boots AtHUCTION FRANK WADDINGTON , WILL SELL,AT HIS ROOMS TO-MORROW SAT. JUNE 8th COMMENCING AT 10:30 AND CONTIHUING.AT 7:30 ., � / -......'-.1 �� � � ,' DOMINUAMERY BUnER. PER LB. FINEST FARMERS' DAIRY BOIIER, 2 LBS. 800 PAIRS OF MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BOOTS tyles and quality. All sizen, Solr WITHOUT RESERVE High grade atyles and quality. All sizen. Sold In tlje Wndding-ton way, i.e. , - � There will also be sold about 75 pairs Ladies' Cashmere and Silk; iO dainty gowns and dresses; S serge suits; iJO pairj silk and kid gloves. This is a wonderful opportunity. Be on hand early and get the best buys, FRANK WADDINGTON-THE AUCTIONEER PHONES 770-469 - - Eggs New Laid, per doz. - COOL - WHITE SHOES Very fine lines for men and women fb); tennis or street wear. You will easily find what pleases in the wide assortments. Remember we sell the "Slater" f^jjr men .and, 'Walkover" for women., i , ' ' M^:^ HUFNER THE SHOEMAN 5 Third Avenue Beside Merchants Bank Cleaned and Dressed Govern'* ment Priced Flat Fish Soles, Brills,, Plaice and Flounders * AH at one price per lb. . lie Note-This is Prince Rupert caught fish and much supenor to Vancouver stock. Food Control, No. 113 P.BurnsS!Co. I Limited MAIN MARKET-3RD '^Ve, aOUTM PHO^ES::4|2 1388 DOMINION MARl^ETt-^COR, 4TH AVE. & 6TH ST. 8., PHONE 1654 PALACE MARKET-13TH ST, H. PHONE 431 09294?71 ;