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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LOSSES IN HALF Allied Forces Have Destroyed 50 PCICent of Constructed Hand It Out To Them as They Passr Or send them half a dozen bars of this nour iihine There is many brave feJIow hungry to day in the who will appreciate this highly concen trated food more than anything Positively the eating chocolate and Swan acting chairman of tho Naval utter u conference with navy heads declared that the naval forces have destroyed sixty per cont of nil Gorman submar construyttU ami that they have cut shipping losses In Th German recently operating off the Atlantic tor Swaiison to hBvo been driven from ihe and also from the main American shipping I None of ilu Americun war craft stationed Senator Swansou has or will hti drawn to this because of the splendid progress in ship building has been made In the Pacific that the shipping board has decided to now contracts call ing for expenditure of more than OF WESIERN STATES A100 S ACTIVE SERVICE CHOCOLATE NO ON THE June Announce ment made here today that the membersof the British delega tion to the AngloGerman war prisoners conference at The as on board the Regentes when the vessel struck a mine sank hn the North the dele gates were abroad the ship Slndoro which rescued survivors of the Koningen Reaen Among the hospital shlpe company rescued by the Slndoro were nineteen returning civilian June of the western crop begun to day in where six thousand workers will be required and It frftl oxtend next week to where thirty thousand he the j federal employment iinnounc Wheat cutting commenced earlier this year than last and rnqutrn more Wages nro higher than Inst Oklahoma farmers paying to a day with Kansas fo is lielng Tefflptfftiry of the Federal etnployfflleht servicehave oatuh llBhert thjroitgbjput thq wheat ofilt from Which ngentitifodl keep in ouch with t OnU Juno decision of the City pottnclMo take action on their request for an In oreaso in pjty thirteen memfcfefg of the flrn sewed notice Chief Kcyes tltoy quit ptvS oclock last They went out on tho after having had a brief con ference with and Mayor Un at which hot words STRIKE Sfhp that the in with iho c I n Archdracon Timnis said militia de partment has issued n memorandum i explaining the method which has been adopted for dealing with applications i for leave of absence from military ner j vice to last remaining members of n family and in cases of extreme hardj I ship to The memoran dum is as follows i All such applications must in he first instance to he FIGHT VALIDITY E CUSHION Corns and Lots of other pains one Might be eased and prevented By a pair of Cats Paw ome had failed to keep up the depot battalion whkh the uian particulars will be ami jf circumstances ap but the mission at their posts mul three of them hail been in the work j 1M years while the ab3ence tenlporary i est hart been in the work ten gramett the case is under revlrvrJnp the he pointed jt will be first consider on that tiip Indian languagehad been district officer commanil 13 and i to oe as to justify leave of leave will be Has Done Good Work With In McMillans Plans reduced to writing and the Bible part iv translated and a number of churches June La vergne took a Writ of habeas cor pus on behalf of Antioo Baedrt and he stated he fight in court the validity of the order in council which annulled all ex emptions under th MilitarySer vice He claims ordersln council cannot break a new enacted by June is and thei annual Synod of the Diocese of Calgary is with no casualties reported other than a few ilightl What has been forecasted ny many an interesting the resig nation of Archdeacon Tinims as sec retirytreasurer of the Indian produced a slight ripple in and Timms was induced at his with the assur aaceiOt better spiritual and moral supportfrom the Report on Indian jn his report on the Indian work for Canon the enthusiastic and iigresslve booster on Sunday school made a report and a num br of which were The campaign of Sunday school work for older boys and girlswas and a committee wax nam x ed to recommend strongly the adop tion of the standardized Sunday school throughout the Dean Paget opposed as he want ed the matter left to the pleasure of rnch but the other delegates the bishoo were for i and if he recommends the it will be referred to military head quarters and will be passed to the offices of the central appeal Arrangement have been made Whereby a barrister who has been en gaged on the staff of the central ap peal judge during lie last several months in the consideration j of exemption will take charge of and j TO Introduce OUR ICE CREAM TO meeting for tins andin the I pjnaller places a cooperation with i j arid other Protestant j j Severn minor changes in canons I wer adopted and a number of i tions thanlts passed last j Study in the principal fea ture was the urging oi Bible study of an undenominational nature in the and Canon Hayes i made the statement that in three schools of the diocese per of the boys and girls ranging up to 16 years of age could not even write Lords The following re commendations were urged every school shall be ett with a recital of the Lords a copy of the Ten Com Christs summary of the and the Lords printed in large shall he hung in every school room In the Gntl LUK UlBUUy rtClG the j sjriered judicially in the same manqer XcMUIen urged that Sunday as cl8iraa for exemption and leave school teachers be and m will or these similar to suggested a central j whjch hitjlerto applied by the central appeal judge in with applications for mediate notice will be sent to the trie officer of the conclusion arrived at and the man concerned will be ad vised of the result of the Only cases transmitted with the rej i June the applications as receivedU now suje tiiey havefttop them and disposing of such M meag Qf cable or radio communication between the Totted States investigation found that un takes usually four to five weeks tor information published generally as present no unusual cases the circumstances will be brought to the attention of the appeal judge himself whose di rection will be given All applications will thus countryto in Ger many or This is about the tiros requirjed by newspapers or mail Germany through the North European neutral Repeat i ed officials have shown that I important news reached the German government tlvWJUgh American copies of which are actu ally carried to Germany or the adjoin ing commendations of the officer com manding the depot battalion and the district olficer commanding will be an interdenominational j Hpeakin j cotumittec be appointed to draw up a j said June Professor Italian premier who has been at tending Versailles of the war situation today i graded syllabiw of lessons from sel i ections of Holy Scripture which shall he read and taught as part of the I school HOME Every time the Germans believed themselves within reach of their they proved to have been short sight We some times have had the same When the United States undertook to send troops to did we be lieve their soldiers would arrive by the hundreds of thousands People how can human masses travel the Atlantic when the ordinary quan tity of merchandise is unable to cross That seemed to settle the even to the technical and yet that conviction has proved WE ARE OFFERING FOR TOMORROW PINT 20c QUART We Take some home for We want you to know the quality of the ice cream we THE Bon Ton 420 FIFTH CAKES CONFEC June of i bushels of wheat this year j was forecasted today by the depart ment of agriculture from Junn 1 con Tilt winter wheat crop was iit and springwheat at WITH OFF VIRGINIA CAPE An Atlantic June French armed merchantman came Into port here and report ed an encounter with a German submarine off the Details of the battle are but it is said the fight was a short distance off the The extent of the damage to the merchant man is TO IN REVIEW CASES QUEBEC June the last ten approximately twenty thousand further cases In which exemption was granted by the local tribunals haVe been transferred from the Quebec dis trict alone to the central appeal judge for TO GET June tliB fifteunyuarold Rockwood who was arrested following an attempt u against a girl twelve years was yesterday sentenced to two less Winter wheat condition was per day at tho Ontario Reformatory com of a i ttt and to receive twenty Spring conditions was He was alao charged with and the acreage i robbing a lad of u bicycle on the pub froduction of oats was forecasted i highway and being armed with a the acreage loaded He pleaded guilty to this charge and was given the same sentence as on tho ielM acreage i and condition otnI but without tlu j j j the suntencea to run production ami I tin conditions B G June William 4 y OPPOSJP I American Reel Cross com AU1 Ul I until to today ONTARIO MINISTER a chuck for to iho Scottish thus completing aj gift of from tin Americans to the Scoiilnli Womens for HrUish soldiers in j the condition Barley production bush WHEN USING x WILSONS FLYPADS READ DIRECTIONS 5 CARLFULLY AND 1 N FOLLOW Far more effective than Sticlty Fly Clean to Sold by Druggists and Grocers 1 June fourteen Liberal of the Ontario lauire present a ri at whiih ilic ulec in Toronto iCasl York I rntmi given out to the nffori Him IUVJUK to the serious war situation it was not deemed wise to oppose tin of minister of and the minister of DEPORT ALt ANARCHISTS j Juno All ulleu an cliiBts in the Iuited will be j j rounded ui for imuiodlate under u resolution favorably reported j to ihe housn today ijy thu iiiuuigru tiou committee KING TO CELEBRATE JUUY Juno for first tlmu in Anglo Amurican king of Kngland is going to purl in an American Fourth of July On July ioorge liarf promised to at tviiid u baseball guuif at sta int thf Ciiiied Stales army and ff FARMERS AND RESIDENTS IN RURAL When sanitary a o i I o t convenienc bo had in convenience H can your home for thn 01 your wlviH and yoii going to con tinue to niilizo the unsanitary outride If wrlif for our leaflet on KuuHtinc Toilet f THE KAUSTINE A GENERAL SUPPLY Galaxy and Ulhtrihutoivj Sas katchewan and SATURDAY SPECIALS KB CATS ASK TOR PAW HEELS Mens and Womens Boots FRANK WILL ROOMS TOMORROW JUNE 8th COMMENCING AT 800 PAIRS OF MENS AND WOMENS BOOTS Highgrade styles and All HjSWadding ton WITHOUT RESERVE There will also be sold about 75 pairs Ladies and Silk Hose 20 dainty gowns and dresses S serge suits 50 pain silk and kid V f This is a wonderful Be on hand early and get the best FRANK PHONES U FiSIFI 2 New per WHITE Very fine lines for men and women tennis or street You will easily find what the wide Cleaned and Dressed Govern ment Priced Flat Fi Plaice and Flounders All at one price per m Remember we sell the Slater men Walkover for HUFNER THE SHOEMAN Third Avenue BesicJe Merchants Bank is Prince Rupert caught fish and much superior to Vancouver Food 113 Limited SOUTH I 1388 i DOMINION 4TH 6TH PHONE PALACE PHONE 431 ;