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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1918 THE DAILY HKKALD PAGE FIVE IAN TRADE for the present year H was stated at tic department thnl the decrease in exports might bo large ly due to inability to secure Thj Increase In Imports may be trnceable to restrictions placett on the Importa tion of certain rtecrease ot 10 In tho total of Canadas tritflo for first of the flsonl as compared with tho snme period of a year Is showfi hy tiio monthly trade statement issued from the customs This vrnr the trpilo of the Dominion for April and totalled compared with In For Iho month of May alone the do crease is when compared with This year tho total trntic figures May were while this year they dropped to Inil orts cluMnt Hie first two of tho present fiscal year amounted to which was loss than last year when they totalled Dutiable goods Imported amounted to this year and free goods entered to the of Coin and bullion WITS Im ported to the total The duty collected on goods entering Canada during the last two months amounted to The decrease in the trade of the Dominion for the last iwo qs compared with the same period a yerir is largely for by the great decrease in especially those of agricultural products and niamifactrfrcd Domestic mer chandise exported thta year totalled f50 while for the two months period last year it was a decrease ot The greatest decrease Is shown in tiie export of domestic manufacturing articles which dropped in 1917 to this a falling off of The value of domestic iigricuUAiral products exported also showeda decrease the figures for being and ONTARIO AS RESULT OF Man WKo G June of lawleMfien in Norfolk County directed agalnit of the particularly in connection with the Military Ser vice Act continue to reported At the home of Em erlck of the windows have been smashed and several cases of horse DOlton Ing have been re The grand jury this week recommended that a permanent Salaried high county constable be appointed to trace the epidemic of while the county crown attorney declares It is due to the fact that unless a Norfolk jury sees a crime they will no bring in a verdict of CANADIAN PRESS and isnt getting it at Kome ought to take matters into his 6t and write for our Perfect Coffee Perfectly Made We it free to mnn and Womant too dno appreciates a deli cious cup of Write today for your 195 CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL Blenders and Romters of Seal Brand Coffee OF SETTLERS EFFECTS Juhe resolution was adopted at the press convention the Canadian Press In desires to convey to Ills Most Gracious King an expression of the confid ence of the press of Canada in the righteousness of the great causer in which British Empire and the al lies and of the unalterable de termination of this country to per form her part to the utmostof her ability until the security of the world has been Another resolution to be cabled to General sent to the Canadian army in an expression of the admiration of the press of Canada of services of that and of the reputation it has The association placed on record its appreciation ot the splendid services rendered during tnc year by the of the Calgary who apart from the usual duties of the made threo special trips from Calgary to Toronto on Canadian Press Association bus iness and spent two months in Toronto as chairman of the advisory board of handling publicity in connection with the Victory Several Alberta soldiers have been submitted as deserving ot special men tion by Sir Douglas Halg in bis dis patch of April The Alberta regi ment list is as follows acting ma jor Bur S O acting major P Major Lieut Kenne Major IX acting captain Ma jor 11 and Capt 432361 T I R Davi 79723 435592 L C 184094 Un 22113 June lly ell it is enacted Hint rluring the per iod ofthe warand until otherwise ord machines for agricultural pur poses and vehicles rind implements moved by mechanical power may bo Imported free of duly by a if actually owned abrond by the settler for at least six months before his re moval to Canada and subject to regula tions prescribed by the minister of is further provided that machines entered free as settlers effects may not so be entered unless brought by the settler on his first they are not to be sold or otherwise disposed of wlthoui payment of duty until after twelve months actual use in i BYE ELECTION IN bye lection in Victoria occasioned by the eath of Brewster Is an junced for June 2S Nominations vill close Spofford is mentioned an in ependent candidate and Major Lang ey will likely run as the Liberal A DAY Of PRAYER June Sir George acting prime mln liter of Canada has wired Prem ier Oliver announcing that a proc lamation been Iwued Intimat ing that June 30 Is to be get apart as a day of public hu miliation and AT THE ORlHEUM The Umtfonlan Helios second bill this week College played to a Itirgo and appreciative lam A feature of the evening s performance was the cabaret scne wnlch place immediately alter tho slio Bach member of tv iompany called ipon to do an n divdual mid the diftereut numbrrn the house in Good hum One of the best numbers of the even ing was Miss Bahj Vicars in her juvenile number And Everybody Tinows Its which was great appreciated by to entire Tho dancing contest alsc a a in mber of gentlemen from the audlonie going on te Cauli were given fr waltzing but next Friday illicit prizes will given for waltz and Tills Is a form ol entertain incnt to tho theater gotrs of this endthat audienoof last evenins appreciated It was each nuui i her being applauded 1 Monday there will bo a complete change of nehn pre senting a tabloid version of that big inuftial comedy success Waiter ana Chef Kehn playing the role of supported by Porter War field as the In conjunction with this program there will be a Fox fivereel feature with a comedy and screen which she has befriended took ad vantage of the fart and proceeded to use the gown OK u whetstone on which to sharpen her got wind of Miss Wards feline visitor anfl did a little visiting him When the lasfc echoes of tho short but exceedingly noisy battle died away Miss Ward returned to her dressing room from her work on the studio She discovered that the wonderful nighty had been an inno cent bystander in a riot aiid had suf fered even as that bystander always Miss Ward will adopt no more In her latest Ooldwyn All by Uoytl Mac Marsh is supported by an excep tionally capable company of screen As her leading man Alarsli has Jere long promin ent in leads on the speaking Before casting his lot with screen folk Austin was widely known for his work in many Broadway stage productions for several years was leading man in three road In All Woman Austin has the role of Aus tin John another popular has an Saln poJis has been seen in support of the most popular screen and like Austin is making his first appearance In Ooldwyn lias bad stage Madelyn as has a part that suits her talents ElsieSolhern is another ot MHO Marshs aids whose screen achieve ments deserve more than passing in She has had important parts in several successful Arthur prominently known for his juvenile charactoriza 1ms no end ot opportunities to display his Associat ed than arrests have already been made by the Soviet government in connection with the antiSoviet Among those under arrest are minister of public welfare in the Kerensky cab inet and minister of justice in the Kerensky cabinet and many other social democrats ana social revolutionist THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship and 40S 2nd Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel M ENEMY People LIVING NEAR 1257 Sixth Avenue South Will find It convenient to visit our store for Ice Fruit and Confectionery BY THE PUPILS OF Coombs Assisted by pupils from the Stringed Instrument and Dram atic Art will be held Monday June 17 At Eight oclock At the Conservatory Concert Chamber INFORMAL DANCE AFTER PROGRAM IN AID OF Sailors Relief Fund With the French Army in June Associated preS8 French troops today carried out a successful local operation for the improve ment of their line around the north eastern corner of the forest ef VillersCotterets on the wester ly side of the Marne Aside from this the infantry on either side has not given much sign of life on any parton the front In the last thirtysix On the other the big en emy guns have been very the River Aisne and Chatsau and on the 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 west EXTEND THE CAUSE RIOTS June sion of the age limits in the army draft will be General Crowder said today if the present rate of draft is He in timated that all the men in Class One would exhausted after January 1 t ITALIANSMUST REPORT June all un married Italian subjects between the ages of 22 and 34 years must report for duty within the next fifteen days are the instructions which court in terpreter Corelli informed Magis trate Shaw hadbeen issued through the Italian consul in Sub jects who failed to report would Joso their rights of citizenship and woujd no longer be under the protection of the KICKING HORSE RIVER June Kicking Horee following the heavy rains ot Thursday was higher yesterday than it has been for many Gold on is cut off from railway tlon both east and The Kootenay Central Railway Ling is broken by a vashout at Bull No trains ar speclod until JAMES MURPHY Atthe Orpheum next arrest o two men at County on led to a prolonged conflict between a crowd of sympath izers and the The latter used their clubs and the sympathizers throw any missies that came to lu the meantime other sympathizers barricaded the roads by felling trees and stringing barbed Some tele graph wires were Later the men under arrest woro arraigned in a local court on charges of illegal drilling and committed to tho Sligo The rioting recurred during tho removal to the jail and the police were unable to quell A Utyonet charge was ordered and uftei several persons in the had oner the sympathizers were dis 8ANFORD IS PRESIDENT June ol was ft elected president of the nation ul council Arlh ur or is a h national vicepresident and vicepresident far v V f 9 XT MAJESTIC Lethbridge got another good Im pression of Billy Oswalds versatility last night at the Majestic when the pbpular comedian made his appearance as Alexander McSwank in the musical farce He is the same old Billy Oswald we used to laugh at in The Girl From Florodora and still ear lier The With quiet humorous he puts his lines ovcr in an entirely original Billy must still feel awfu1 dry by the way he so touchingly referred to the days cone He is given admirable support by Beatrice Carmen in sev eral of his comedy especially in the burlesquey duet Mingle Youre Eyebrows With Miss Cameron sings several numbers in a delightful as the Knight aa the and Stan Brown as the amorous meenister are a trio of comedians who more than Olive and Marie Thayer add a distinctive touch intheir Katherine Shel Tlon as the with two husands 1 gone and still on the trail ot a third is whilst Itenee La Ver noon as Crumpets the maid is really funny in an eccentric comedy charac ter Charles Hicklin rounds out the show both in stature and characteriza tion of the big A chorus of pretty girls add a pleasing touch to the Youre Next will be offered at the Majestic tonight for the last It is refreshingly different from the usual run of and should be seen by all who can stand a reailyihearty AT STARLAND Fannie star of the highly Wised Pathe Play which is at Starlancl has lost con siderale of her liking for animals since a recent experience with the studio For one of the big scenes in Inno cent the little star used a nightgown of real Venetian considered priceless because it could not be dup One morning while on the stage of the studio she left the door of her dressing room open and the cat MONDAY AND TUESDAV GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAJESTIC Tonight for the Last Time With a great cast of a of Brunette and an excellent scenic produc Prices SOc IN All IVoman BY SPECIAL GOLDWYN WILL BE SHOWN AT STARLAND IN THE FUTURE INSTEAD OF AT THE MAJESTIC AS YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THESE SPLENDID PORTER WARFIELD With the Lnurtonian Belles at the Orpheuni Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS WILL Kill MORE fLUS THAN WOiMH ANY Y V R EMPRESS TONIGHT Prices and 10c MARGARITA FISCHER Has a series of exciting and fun making exper iences as MOLLY GO GET EM Ip her latest a fivepart photodrama of a reckless girl in Mamorita Also 6vey In Cub Comedy and Latest Screen HERE MONDAY Actor Robertson Forbes in The Passing of the Third Floor Back ORPHEUM TONIGHT THE Clean to Sold by alt Drug Grocers and General AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT W WX Prescription for 111 II E czema T n lllKlnbotham the mildest of clonnscrikcepa glBU QUEENS UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Electrical HOME STUDY Arts CouVse by with oue attendence or four summer SumiMr School 1 9 IN DAYS NEXT WEEK TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WAITER AND CHEF A tabloid Production of Great Musical Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CAY CONEY ISLAND CHANGE OF PROGRAMMONDAYS AND THURSDAYS EVENINGS Adults MATINEES 10o MATINEES MONDAY AND THURSDAY in JLEA8ANT PLEASE TIMES PATHE PRESENTS FANNIE WARD IN DONT IT ;