Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 25

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 48
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNK 15, 1918 T1IK LETUBKIDfiK DAILY [flUULD PAGE FIVE for tto present year It elated at tio department '.'ml tho decrease la eMWts uiiglit lo larijo ly due to Inability to secure sblris. Increase In Imports nay Be trawal'lp la restrictions placal on the liuporia- llgn of certain OKawa, June decrease of In the total ot Canada's Iraile for first two, months of the fiscal year, as I'omimed with Ihc same jjerioO of a year aso, Ly tile monthly trailo statement Issued from the cusloms department. This yrar (he ot tlie Doniluloii for and 'otalkd J323.090.2IO ns compared with In 1917. Tor Jlie mouth of Slay 3lone tho ite crease Is cotniiarcd wltli .May, 1917. This year tlio total trade far May ?2SMCS.- K31. while this tbey to 511T7J1.609. lull orts ilurliir; Hie two mouthd of tlio present fiscal year amounted to which was less than'last'year when they totalled 5196.030.03D. Dutiable Roods, iniiiorlcil .-ii'.iouiiled to S93.iHO.507 Ilils year anil free goods entered to 'the atnounl.of Coin antl bullion was Im- ported to (lie total of. ,The duty collected on- Goods cntcrlus Canada during the" last two mouths iiliiiiunted to 52S.S24.379: The decrease in -the trade of the Dominion for the last iwo- months, as compared with the yaine period a ycnV ago, 13 largely for'by the great 'decrease in exports, especially those products and manufactured Domestic mer- chandise "exjiortcil thfe year Cofattcd while for (lie two months' period last year. it.was 5214.202.CS5. a decrease of The greatest .Decrease la shown In. csport of domestic hianufaiilurlng'articles which .dropped .from'SJS.SJS.aTl -in- 1017 to this year, u failing olt o! S26.IC1.0S7. .The' value of dbmcittc iigrkullural products exported also slio'.verl'a decrease of .S2S.965.2I7, trw figures for HI7, being and ManWKo- Enjoys GobcJlGpffee and Wt getting it at home Srantford, June of lawlessness in Norfolk County directed against" supporters of the government, particularly in connection with the Military Ser- vice Act continue to be reported today. At the home of P. W. Em- erlck of Tyrell, the windows have been smashed and several cases of horse polwnlng have been re- ported. grand Jury this vverJe recommended that a permanent salaried high county constable be appointed to trace the epidemic of crime, while the county crown attorney declares It is due to the fact that unless a Norfolk jury sees a crime they will" bring In a verdict of jury, ought to take matteis into His hinds, ana write for our "Pafttl Coffee Perfectly Made" nxai', it free to etfer? man too) tfho appreciates a cicxis cup of coffee. Write today for your CHASE G- SANBORM MONTREAL f tW Several Allerta soldiers have been submlttep as f special uieii- tlou by Sir Douglas Hals in his dis- patch of April 7. The Albcrln -regl- menl list is as follows: AJbcrla Lieut-Col. A. K. Hell, Capt. (ncling ma- jor) J. W. lifngliam, Lieut. W. M. Bur- gess. Lieut. J. A. Cameron, S.O.; Temp. (aettng major) A. P. Cliattcll. Major T. C. Douglas, Ijtcut. K. G. Grant, Lteul. H. Kcnuc- Toronto, Juhe resolution was adopted at life press convcnttoii lliaf th e Ca nail tan Proas Association, 11] curpomlctl, desires to convey to Ills Most Gracious Majesty, King George, ail expression of Ihc fullest coufjrt- of Ihc press ot Canada in (lie righleoiisness of the c-auscr -in Hritish Kmplrc and-the al- lies fight, anil ot tho unaUei-ab'.o (.crmfn'atfon of this country to per- form her part to the utmost- of' licr ability until the security of the world has been .firmly rc-esfablislictl. f Another rcsotutioh to be cabfcit (o General Currle; sent to the Canadian array in France, fin expression of the idniiralion' ot the press of-Canada ot services of thai army, and of the reputation Itches made. The ifesocfatfou placed on record its appreciation of the .splendid services rendered during uie lact year by the idonl, J. H. Woods, of tlio Calgary i ralfl, vim. ajKirt from the usual; duties of the presidency, made three i special trips from Calgary, lo Toronto, on Canadian Press bus- ings and sjient.livo nionlha in Toronto as chairniati ol the.inrlyiaofy bpard 'of publishers, hancllfng in connection _with the Victory Loan, THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship -materials. H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd ATC. Sj Thone 1734 "f Xcxt .Door Rut One to, LIVING NEAR 1257 Sixth Avenue South Will' find It convenient to visit: "our, store lor ji Ice Cream, Fruit'and Confectionery .SET W EFFECTS -Victoria. B. C-, June Sir George Foster, acting prime mirv Istcr of Canada has wired Prem- ier Oliver announcing thai a proc- lamation has been Issued Intimat- ing that Sunday, Jupe 30 is to be apart as a day of public mkliation and prayer, ATTHEORi'HKUSi The Relies iu.lheiv t Mil infs wbfk "Coltogc- cdayc I to a anil appreciative uudleur last night. A of lhe.eveniaij'5 was the t-aba'ict utifcli place altur thy ai sbo.v. Each member of t1--- to uo an 'fi- nal and the the house 111 CJalJ'ual cooil hum c of Hie Its! numbers of the even- was Miss liib; Vicars in her number "And RveryboOy It's There." was fin j ly appreciated by t'-a entire -uidlcr The dancing si wr.a also j.Hrcess. a in luber 'of gentlemen from the audicnie going 011 Casli ongcs were gives waltzing only, npxt Friday prizes win no niven Tor waltz and one-step. This Is a-nov.'l form ol entertain- which she has befriended look ail- John Slainpolls. another popular Otta j mint to the theater RC-Irs ol this iM-a. June1 14, (jnler-hi'COun-ii'nd'that of !aM nacled that -aurinjf the per-1 H was tvi-k-ut inim war-and until othehvlsc ord- licr belns applauilc-l (fealty. Monday there will be a compk-ta tod of'lhe ereil, macbitics for pur- poses -anil 'vehicles and implements moved by mechiyikal uowor may he Imported freo of duty by a settler, if'.' change of program. Goo, Itehn i Etntihff a tabloid version of that big success "Waiter-anti actually owned abroad by Oic settler Chef." Mr. Kehn playing the role of uVfore his by J'orler War- for at least six i vantage oi the fact and proceeded !o use (he gown as a whetstone on wliit-h to sharpen lier claws. dog, "Shep." gut wind of Miss Ward'a feline visitor atnl did a Hltla visiting him- pelt. Wheii the lasjj etltoes of {ho. short but exceedingly noisy battle hail died away Miss Ward returned to her dressing room from her work on the ytudfo floor. Stio discovered that Hie wonderful nighty had been an "jnno- byslander" iu a riot aiiil had suf- fered even as lhat bystander always does. .Miss Ward will adopt no more cats. In her latest Goldwyn proiluction, "All IVobiau." E. I'byd SbelJoa, Mae Marsli is supported by an excep- liooally capable company of screen pluycrs. As her leading man ,MIss MarsJi Jias Jere Austin, long promin- ent in leads on the speaking stage. Before casting bis lot with screen folk "Austin was widely known for his work in many Broadway stage productions several years was leading man in three road productions. In "All Woman" Austin has the role of Aus- tin Strong. nioval to Cauada and subject to regula- (Ions prescribed liy the minister of customs." It (s further provided that machines jor J. thoy are not to ba or otherwise field as the "chef." In conjunction with this program there, will be a Win. Fox five-reel o comcJy and screen AT THE MAJESTIC T.ethbridso'got- another good Jo. ilayer, has an, Sm no riant role. Satn- s has seen in support ot ilie most popular screen stars, and Ifto (s making bis first -appearance ti Pictures. 1 le, too, has Lad stage experience. Madelyn Klarc. as Millie, has a' n iliai suits her.talents admirably. s to SotUern I? another of Mac Marsh's aids whose scrtcn achieve- ments deserve" more llian passing at- tention. She lias important parts 11 several successful serials. Arthur Housman. prominently known for liis Juvenile, characteriza- tions, lias no ead ot opportunities to display his talents. Walnwright. I disposed payment ot duly j Or Billy Oswald's versatility Corlott.'llSlCe Pte. H. after.twelve mouths actual use-! ,ast it Ihe Majwtfc Sergt, C: Frlcson, n Canada. r C.-L. Turcott, IS4094 Corp. .A. Un- Sergt. H. C. Waller. Moscow, Fridav, June (Associat- ed ftorc than' "00', arrests have already been made by the Soviet government in connection .wlili" tbe anti-Soviet plot. Among those, uqdef arrest arc ii, of iiublic weltare in the Kerensky cab- inet; and" MalyantovUch, uiinlsler of justice -in the Kerensfcy cabinet, and mans otter social democrats and social revolutionist leaders. BV THE PUPIL'S OF M. Coombs' Assisted by jiiipJis from (he StrlnKCd Itiftrument antl allc will be held June 17 At.Eight o'clock N At the Conservatory Concert- Chamber INFORMAL- DANCE .AF.TER PROGRAM v COLLECTION JN AID OF" Sailors'-Relief Fund With the French' Army In France, June (Associated troops earned out' stftccssful local operation for- ment of their line around -ths north eastern corner of the force: e-f Villers-CotterJtE on the wester-. ly side of the Marne salient.p Aside'front this the infantry-on either side has not given much of life on-any. vtho" front in the last thirty-six hours. On.the other hand, the big en- t emy guns have been very lively, especially.on the River and Chateau Thierry, and on the Marne. This activity appears to- be either for the purpose of cov- ering the relief of their exhaust- ed 'divisions or by way of prepar- ation for another thrust we it- ward. Washington, June age, limits in the army, draft will be necessary, General tCrowdsr'said tptfay rate of draft ic continued." He fn- iimatcd that all the msn One would .be exhausted after January I next BYE ELECTION IN B, C. Victoria, B. C., June bre election, in Victoria occasioned by the death of Hon. H.- C. IlrevHter Is an- d for lime 25 ntst Xominalions will elose tomorrow. 4 Mrs. Spofford Is mrntioncd as an in candltlatr will likely contestant. as tho Liberal ITALIANS'.MUST REPQR'r Vancouver, all un: marrfed Italian'subjects between (he ages of years must rcup't for duty .within the" next fifteen .dayj are the .inalructloiis .which icoiirt :in- -J.' Cdrelfi informed trate Shaw had. heen issued the llalinn consul in Canada, jocls who failed to report would Ibs? tJiclr w' LI 'at, Ji u no longer he under the prptecllon-of Ihc coDsulate KICKING HORSE R1VH? HIGH. Golden, 13. C., .Uitie Kicking Horse Hiver, followniff tbe lieavy rain: ot Thursday'was higher ihan been for many years. Gold en Is cut off from railway lion both casl and west: The Kootenay !cnlml RaHwav Line Is.broken by a washout at Dull Kivc.r. No until Sunday. arrest of two men nl DnUygSrv Couqiy Oalwaj-. Ireland, on Krldfiiylitt to a prolonged conflict Iiclwccn a crowd of synipalli- the police, The latter used their amV the threw any missies that canleilo linnil. In the meantime other sympathizers harrioadcd tbe roatla by felling Irccis stringing barbed wire. Some tcla- graph wires were ait. Later the men nrrcsl were arraigned in n local court oh charges ot illegal drilling and committed In the Sligo Jail, The recurred during the removal to the jail And Ibc police were'unable to quell tl. ,A layonet charge was ordered and after several rafsons In Ihe-crowr] had boon Injured, (ha syuipathizers were ills- A ,SANFORD IS PPCSIDENT 4, Eranlford, June W. E, Sanford, of Ha mil ton, WAS eldcled preslclenl ot tho nation- council Mr3, Arth- ur Murphy, of a nalitinal' find ff Mrs. Q. Cr FMwnrds, ?jftcleoil, vice-pros (dent for Aiberfa, JAMES P.'MURPHY :At'the Orpheum next wee wheii the. popular comedian mailu his appearanc-e as McSwank in the rausicai farce comedy. He is the same old JJiJly Oswald we used to laugh' at Girl From "Florodora" anil still ear- tier The Versailles." quiet humoron.i touches, lie puts his lines an entirely" original manner. Billy'musl still dry" by the way tie s'u touchingly referred to the days gone-by. He is given admirable support by fieatrlce Carnien (n sav of his comedy scenes, especially In tlie "burlesquey" duet "Mingle Ji'ou're Eyebrows With Mine." ?ilissl 'Cameron sings several numhers tn delightful manner, as i the rather. the son. i anil Stan Drown as the amorous! 'rneenistcr" are .a trio of comedians who, Diore than satisfy. Olive Stanley, anil Marte. Tnayer atltf a distinctive touch itij their roles. Kalherinc Shcl- (he aunt.' with two gone before, on the trail or a third Is Kenee Ver- noon as-Crutiipets the maid is really funny in an eceeiitric. comedy charac- ter. Charles HEuklin rounds out the shmv both in slalure anil ch a racier iza- lloli.of ihe big crop. .A chorus o( pretty girls add a pleasing touch to :he show. 'Vpu're Nest" will be offereii again. at the MnjesUc' tonight for the last ,ime. It is refreshingly different TOia-'thb usual "run of shows, should be seen by all who win stand a reallyiliearty laugh. MONDAY AND GOLDWYN PRESENTS M Fannie AVanl, star 'ot Innocent." llic liralsed Pathc Play which i at Slarian'd toiiigjii, Jias ,'lost con- iderale of her animnls since i recent experience' with the studio cal. For one of the big scenes in "Inno- cenf'ttic ilttlu star used a nishteown of real Venetian Ince, ccnsidereil priceless because itcuuliliiiol be dup- Itcateil.' One niormns while on the Inge o[ the .Btudlo she led the door oEJier dressing room open and the cat MAJESTIC Tonight for the Last Time IN :AII Woman BY SPECIAL' ARRANGEMENT, COLDWYN. FEATURES, WILL BE SHOWN AT STARLAND IN THE FUTURE INSTEAD; OF AT. THE MAJESTIC 'AS YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO. MISS THESE SPLENDID.FEATURED. a great cast of principals, a chorus, ot Brunelle Beauties, and 'an excellent sceolc produc- Uon. Prices 75c, 50c EMPRESS TONIGHT Prices and 10c MARGARITA FISCHER Has a series of exciting antl fun making cnces as 'MOLLY GO GET 'EM" Jji her latest a flvepart iJbolodrama oC .a reckless girl in society- Also Geo. Ovey in Cub Comedy and .Latest Screen Magazine., HERE MONDAY ,En8llsh Actor .1 !N Robertson in "The Passing of the Third Floor Back" ORPHEUM TONIGHT 'THE PORTER WARF1ELD Wllll tlie Ixindonian liollca at tlio Orplicum E Clontonamllc, fists, And General QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY NEXT WEEK MONDAV, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY "WAITER AND CHEF" 'A Tabloid Production