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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE FtVtt FLOIAIIONOFM NEXT VICTORY IDAN To Be Asked For With Twice That As June well In arc being made by the Finance Department for the success nil flotation In October of Canadas next Victory which will be the greatwt financial pf fort in the history of the While the amount of the loan has not boon deflnlltely It Is thpught hero that the amount askew for In the prospectus will be with n real objective of iloubt Is entertained as to the ability of even after four years of to raise this hufce but the efforts will be a pVodlgious one back ed by the most efficient organization which can be brought about during the next four The money is need ed to meet the Dominions growing military expenditures and to furnish Canadian credits from which Great Britain may purchase Canadas produc tion of ENCXS THE CANADIAN L SATURDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Fly 3 Tangle Foot Fly 3 1VC Fly Paper 6 pkti Finest Dairy per only Chick 4 Oyster 10 White Mealy per 100 Handy Fly 3 40c 26c 25o 8c 35c only Finest Ontario per Fresh per doien Life Buoy and Sunlight 7 bars Cooking 5 Charles 7 tins Finest Japan 3 Ibs 32e jOc 50o 28c 100 39e FRUIT SALT Famous for Forty years Settles the Stomach Stimulates the Liver Strengthens Digestion Purifies the Blood 20 cheesn and other foodstuffs and No other means exist whereby Canadas products may be In this It Is pointed out that the Victory Loan of last fall bur nished a distribution of money which has kept the wheels of industry hum ming ever In that distribution all classes community have shared directly or A Handicap One handicap which Canada has to jvercome In an effort of this kind arises out of the fact that while a errltory as large as the United States ms to be It contains only about onefourteenth of the population of that In spite of thli Canadas last Victory Loan represented the high water mark of war loan achievement if relative population and wealth are Into Canada raised in that effort over which i over per head of her The last Liberty Loan In the United which was most raised four billion an average of per head of As the United States has thirty or forty times the wealth of Canadas after three and a half years of was about equal to the United States Liberty Loamof from three to fifteen billion The minister of finance believes in one great effort every year in order that the business of the Dominion may not be disturbed by campaigns at in tervals of four or six He is entirely confident that the coming Vic tory Loan will eclipse all former ef forts both in the number of subscrib ers and the aggregate of their sub THE ARMY OF H Republlshed by the courtesy of OME Hal Vancouver CANADA FOOD Deliveries Every Hour WAS ONCE IN 1HE OFFICIAL ARRESTED June promin ent official llic government office was arrosted today in connection willi tlie case of Former Lord Mayor Sir Jos eph Jonas of accord ing to the Evening 4 ff AT THE MAJESTIC Billy dispenser of doctor of professor of the comedian in will make his appearance at the Majestic and twice matinee and In his latest musical farce comedy Youre In Youre Oswald is sur rounded by a and capable com pany of and a pretty sinp Ing and dancing Throughout the action of the play he Is given ample opportunities to display his talents for comedy which have made him famous from coast to This will be his one and only ap pearance here this and a larie audience is expected tonight In spite of the hoi Every effort is being made to keen the theatre cool and well ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow for full information apply to Agents or Office i 270 Main Near sighted people FOR CAPTURE See clearly close and few this reason try to get along without thereby suffering endless aicl sometimes blindness We are competent to examine your We use the most modern scientific and guarantee HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE June attorney generals department has offered a of one thousand dollars for the apture of the murderer or murderers George better mown as George the Greek storekeeper who was shot to death in us place of business on Monday night ast by an as yet This announcement was made offlc ally by June De now member of the legis lature for Southwest is to be a Liberal candidate in North On tario Federal to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Col onel Sam It Is said he has been promised the fanners united He was called upon by a number of them at the recent coaven tlon Cornell In East June Is altogether probable that Reeve of Scarboro will oppose now minister of agricul ture hi the Ontario who appealing to the farmers East ork for New June com mander of the one of the German submarines which have been operating off the American Atlantic has as Captain and he served five years as a gunners mate in the United States accord Ing to affidavits of officers and sailors of the schooners Hattie Edna and Haup victims of the The documents were brought here by naval reserve officers arriving from Captain Neustidt told his cap they that his vessel left Kiel April 14 and up to June 2 has sunk 15 six of which were From the schoo ner Isabel the command er declared he took enough food to provision his crew for six The Uboat skipper professed reluctance to sink American ves but said he had no alterna tive as he has been ordered by wireless from Kiel to get busy or come SHIPMENTS OF GOLD June from Ottawa to New York are under stood to be for the British govern The finance department will give no information respecting any such shipments gold or gold re According to statements published in New has already been delivered to the Federal Reserve The total proposed consign ment from Ottawa to Now York i Is given as OPENED OBSERVATORS June George Fostei acting prime has receivet the following telegram dated June 12 from the lieutenant governor of Brit ish Columbia Last I officially opened the new Dominion Astrophysical Observa lory inthe presence of three distin guished scientists from the United States and a largo official gathering accept my June orderlncoun cil passed under the War Measures the provisions of the Public Printing and Stationery Act have been made applicable to every com officer or au thority in the public with respect to The execution and audit of all paid for in whole or In pan out public The sale of all books or publi the cost of which has been met in whole or in part out of pub ic The general effect of the new order ncouncil will be to centralize the control of all public printing iu the rovernments printing establishment Lip to the present time there lias been a tendency on He part of commis sions and make their own arrangements for printing Henceforth all reports must go to the Kings AT STARLAND starring Fannie had made for it a perfect reproduc tion of a street in where he director spent some time years Fitz maurice thus was enabled to draw np on his own experience for what un doubtedly is the most perfect Irani position of Chinese atmosphere Into a motion picture that has ever been ac But all the scenes are laid in There are many that have their inspiration in the drawing rooms of ultra Paris and the picturestiue charm of the Innocent will be at Starlaml to night and Two excellent comedies will also be AT THE EMPRESS In The Turn of a at the Em press Kerrigan portrays the character of Jimmy Montgomery i a young college i rich with courage and goes to the qjl where ho secures an option on a piece of prop I erty which develops Into one of the richest oil lands in the After a series of adventures in which j ho is vcluctantly forced to enter into a game of chance with a wellknown gambler he wins not only large for tune but also the gamblers which is located on Long Island In New Upon his arrival cast to dispose of his options on the oil properties goes to look over the property which IIP won by the turn a To Ills grfat surprise it Is one of the most beiiutlful estates in that fashionable He does not take possession of it as its but mas querades as a for there ho muststhe She Is the daughter of former owner of the and does not know her father has lost it The series of incidents which follow in rapid succession make The Turn of a Card one of Kerrigans most re markable and the suspense Is held until the final scenes of the TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS FANNIE WARD IN INNOCENT ALSO HAROLD LLOYD In LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE and BILLIE RHODES in SOMEBODYS MAJESTIC i TONIGHT At And Twice Saturday at and THE UNITED PRODUCING PRESENT CAN ADAS MOST POPULAR IN HIS LATEST RIOT OF MIRTH AND June pur pose of the United States to send men and materials to France until any temporary Inequity of force is entirely was reiter ated by President Wilson today In replying to a message from Pre sident the anniversary of the landing of the first Ameri can troops in J BY THE PUPILS OF Coombs Assisted by pupils from the Stringed Instrument and Dram atic Art will bo held Monday June 17 At Eight oClook At the Conieryatory Concert Chamber INFORMAL DANCE AFTER PROGRAM COLLECTION IN AID OF Sailors Relief Fund H June Russian g eminent wireless dispatch received here last night gives details of the correspondence concerning the Ger nan ultimatum to Russia insisting on he return of the Russian Blnck Sea leet from Novo on the east coast of as a condition t the cessation of the Cerrnan advance on the Ukraine The ultimatun was delivered June 0 and set the tlmi limit to June The dispatch nays Foreign Miniate Tchitcherin advocated acceptance o the demand because the return of th ships is a fundamental condition to all further agreements many and ourselves for a cessation o hostilities and Premier the dispatch sayb ratified the and tue uava authorities ordered the return pf th ships by June PEGS NEW WATER SYSTEM June tyindre and sixtyfour one hundre and seventyeight dollars will be th coat to Bonilaae au seven surrounding municipalities fo the initial subscription to the expense of establishing the new water supply system HAVE NEW PRETEXT FORDEPORIA1N OF THEBELGIANS June and forced labor inflicted upon civilians by the German not only continues but has taken a new according to i i a memorandum presented to Secretary j of State Lansing by the Belgian Isfr and made public The memorandum contains a petltipn or protest sent the German government by the Belgian senate and house of representatives in Still Carried On The deportation of civilians Is still being carried states the memoran especially In the military zone which comprises hetwo and a great part of the province of Hain Namur and During March of this year men from all conditions of life have been taken from Lockern in East Flanders to do mili tary work on the Western Moer Wachetebeke and the surround ing region was called upon during the same month to furnish 800 civilians to lay The names of all girls and women from 14 to 40 years was re quired by the Germans from Alsot and that Some of the boys deport ed as young as thirteen and a half the memorandum High school and grammar Lchools have been called upon to furnish theirquot Those deported instead of being sent to Germany as in the the mem orandum are now being sent to work in the region behind the Ger man front in FrUnce and The Germans also appear to have changed their reasons for the the note The pretext formerly to give woik to the unemploy has been abandoned and now the deportations are being made on the grounds that by nn order Issued by tho German general every inhabitant of the country may be called to give his help in case of public even outside his resi HIGH STANDARD IN CHEESE MAKING June a higher standard in the manufacture of Can adian cheese has been attained dur ing recent is indicated in an analysts made by chief Dominion auulyist and reported to tbe Inland Revenue Of 1B6 samples analyized only six were found to contain less than 45 per cent the minimum percentage allowed in the manufacture of good The Laugh of a lifetime FARCE I 20 SONG HITS COMPANY OF 25 BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION SUPPORTED BY A LARGE COMPANY AND A CHORUS OF BRUNETTE BEAUTIES SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT FOR KIDDIES NIGHTS 50c 25e ORPHEUM Special Tonight IN Billy the popularcomedi wv In Youre his latest comedy triumph which comes to the on Friday and Saturday with a big special matinee on COLLEGE DAYS A Production Full of Wholesome with Smart Songs and Dainty Dances by Pretty Girlsand Cabaret Dancing Contest After Regular Show Tonight Starting at a Big Double Cash Prizes for Best Dancers from One Regular Admission for Both AduHsSOc Children 25c Pecial Kiddie8 Malince 1 Saturday Afternoon I vL CMPRESC Warren Kerrigan in t 0 The Turn of a A OOOD UKO KOMEOY AND LATEST WEEKLY TONIGHT ;