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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1918 THE LETimnrnnK oaily hf-rald PAGE VIVE AOmSEIN CANADIAN TRADE for tho proaont your ?5'l,270,aPi7. II was Rtatcd nt llio custSniR (lopnrtnionl Unit tho (locroiiflo In exports might l)o liiiii;>r ly duo to Inability to soaiiro ships. Th-j Incrcaso In Imports may he tmecaliU" to rcatrioMons placcll on the Importation of certain artlclc�. Olliiwii, ,)iino 35.-A rtecroaso of !fn:i,7i;i,ri|il in thcs total of Canada's iv.uU' for tlK! first two months of thu  flsi^'il yniir, as coni|�irod .witli the ( saiiin period of a your aco, Is sho\sf,i liy liu- monthly tradu atatomrnt Issued from tlio ciislotns deparlinonf. Tljts � yi iir llu! trp'lo of tho Dominion Vnr ApiU and Tt.rl- totalled $32S,0!)(i,2](i ns co.Mparod with {-ns.SOSjar, In 11)17. For tho month of May alone the tj loss than last year when they totalled $ll)r.,080.03!). Dutiable KOoda imported iiniounted to ?!)2,iM0,r)07 this year and free Koods entered to the amount of $7n.7!)2,5ir). Coin and hulllon waa Im-Iinrtwl (o tlie total of. %sr>?,,ir>l. The duty eoHectert on Boods cnterint; Canada duriuK the last two months uluoiinted to ?2S,S2'1,;!7.'). The decrease In the trade of the Doinlnion for the laat iwo months, as-coniparorl wi.tli the .fame period a year ago, la largely ,acco\inted tor by tho Kroat decrease In exponts, especially those of agricultural products and iiuinufacturod articles." Domestic nier cliandise exported thm year totalloii .fl.'in,10.3,691, while for the two months' period last year it was $214,202,085. a decrease of $64,038,!)34. The greatest (iccroDse l.^ shown In tUc export of domestic manufa(;turinK articles which flropped from $03,SO!),271 -in 1017 (o .'?.'i7,G-!7,2X4 this year, a falling off of $2l!,l()l.nS7. Tho value of dome'^tlc iiRrieultnral products exported also nlio-wed'a decrease of $2S.!)(i5,217. the Ilgures for 1017, helni? ?S;!.2nri,184. and LAWLESSNESS IN ONTARIO AS RESULT BobLodg UNION-"MADE . OVERALLS ^ SHIRTS 8. GLOVES / mJi>iewnfrom.?oxtU teCoaitt 96 THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First clas.s workmanship and materials. H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S and Ave. S. Phono 1734 Next Door But One to Liethhridge Hotel People LIVING NEAR 1257 Sixth Avenue South yVIII find It convenient to Visit our store for  Ice Cream, Fruit and Confectionery bV the pupils of Leo. M. Coombs AaalBted by pupils from tho Stringed Iinitrument and Dram-atlc Art Department, will be hold Monday June 17 At Eight o'clock  At the Conservatory Concert Chamber informal dance arter program ..collection in aid 0f~" Sailors' Relief Fund Brantford, Ont., June 15.-Acts of lawleMnesB in Norfolk County directed against supporters of the government, particularly in connection with the Military Service Act conhnue to be reported today. At the home of P. W. Em-erlck of Tyrell, the windows have been smashed and several cases of horse poisoning have been reported. The grand Jury this week recommended that a permanent salaried high county constable be appointed to trace the epidemic of crime, while the county crown attorney declnres It Is due to the fact that unless a Norfolk jury sees a crime they will noi bring in a verdict of jury. ASSOCIATION SENDS ISSAGE TO M Toronto, .liilie 15.-A resolution was adopted at the press couventiou that the Canadian Press \5s0cintlon. Incorporated, desires to convoy to Ills Moat Gracious Majesty, King George, an expression of the fullest confidence of the press of Canada in the rightoonaness of tlio great cause in which Wu: ririlisii Empire and tlie allies figlit. and of the unalterab'o de-lermination of this country to perform licr part to the utmost-of hci' ability until the security of the world has been .firmly re-established. Another resolution to be cabled to General C'urrie. sent to the Canadian array in France, an expression of the admiration of the press of Ciuuidn of ih'i services of tliat army, and of the reputation it. has made. ThQ associatlou placed on record its appreciation ot tho splendid services rendered during tno lar.t year by the prfi.TUlcnl, .1. H. Woods, of the Calgary Herald, who apart from the usual duties ot thu presidency, made threo special trips from Calgary to Toronto on Canadian -Press Association business and Bjient two months in Toronto as chairman ot the advisory board of puhlisliors, handling press publicity in connection with the Victory Loan, THE ENEl GUNS ARE ACTIVE AGAIN With the French Army in France, June 15.- (Associated Press) - (Noon)-French troops today carried out a sJkcessful local operation for the improvement of their line around tho north eastern corner of the forest of Villers-Cotterets on the westerly side of the Marne salient.' Aside from this the infantry on either side h�s not given much sign of life on any. part'on the front In the last thirty-six hours. On the other hand, the big en-emy guns have been very lively, especially, on the River Aisne and Chateau Thierry, and on the Marne. This activity appears to be either for the purpose of covering the relief of their exhausted divisions or by way of preparation for another thrust westward. esssS RISHARRESTS EOevy Man Who EnjojJs Goo and isn't getting it at Konae ougKt to take matters into Kis own Knnds, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Pcrfecil\f Made" We mail.it freo to c-Ocrj) man (and Womanj too) a'Ko appreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your cop;?. CHASE 5- SAWBORN - �MONTREAL Blenders ond Ronstcrs of "S�nl I3rtnd" Cof[eo ERTA SOLDIERS IIVEN SPECIAL lENTION ey HAIG Svfornian(.c was the cabaret sc?n(! \\iilcii Mici^ place immediaioly alter the ri gnlai aho v. Kach member of t'.o company v.as called i-iion to uo an 'n-dis'dual i.i" mid the (Vttercia numlKir. :>ipt the iiDUSf in c jat.iiual tood hum nr. _ One ot the liest numbers of tlie evening v.aa Miss; Ij.ib; Vicai's in Ik.t liivcnile number ".\nd Kvorybndy Ivi'ows It's There." which was grear-ly appreciated by t'-j entire 'ludlenc-;. The dancliiB cont'st W".s aisc a � uece.sB, .1 m iiibcr of gentlnmon from the nudien-.e going on t'.'c stage. Cas:i ,^1 izes were give;', f-^r waltzing ou'y, Imt next Friday nii;h\. prizes will i-o given (or waltz and one-step. This is a nnv.l lonn 01 entertaiu-11.(.nt to the theater g(H rs of this cL/ iMid that t!.o audience r>f Uia evouin.-i .-.Piuociated It was ms'iuary 1 next. ITALIANS'MUST REPORT Vancouver. ,7une 15.-That all unmarried Italian subjects between the ages ot 22 and 34 years must report tor duty within the next fifteen days aro tho Instructiona which court in-terplTQter J. Corelli informed Magistrate Shaw had- been issued through tho Italian conaul in Canada. Subjects who failed to report would Joso their vIuMa of citizenship and woiijd no longer bo under the protection of tho consulate. CAUSE RIOTS I.ondon, .luno 15.-The arrest of two men at Datlygur, Couoty Galway, Ii'elainl, on Friday, led to a pro,longed conflict botwoon a crowd of sy'mpath-Izera and the police. Tho latter used their clubs and the Byrapathizers throw any misslos that came to hand. In tho meantime other syinpathizors barricaded the roads by foiling trees and atrlnglng barbod wire, Some telo-graph wires were cut. Later the mon under'arrest worn arraigned in a local court on charges of Illegal drilling and committed to tho Sligo jail. The rioting recurred during tho removal to the jail and tho pollco wore unable to quell it. A Layonot charge waa (jrdered and aftpr several persons In the.crowd had been injured, tho sympathizers were dispersed.. ' i ? : : ? ? ? : ^ MRS. SANFORD IS PRESIDENT Brantford, June 13.'-Mrs. '\V. E, Sanford, ol Hamilton, was elected president of the national council of^men. Mrs. Arthur Murphy, 01 Kdiftonton, Is a national vlco-prosldont and Mrs. Q. C. Bdwnrds, r.facleod, vIco-jnoBldont tor Alberta, � : * : r.i llio atnndnrcl �kia leraeily-11 , , ... , . , llqiiiciuooduxtcrnuUy-iiulttnt relief from Uoli. -J. D, Hlgllbotham & Co., I-W-'drug.� n,o,nlltioii ScHmI Jahr awl Anfuit D�*mW to AmU 19 CEO, Y. CHOWN. Raiitlru orpheum TONIGHT THE Belles IN COLLEGE DAYS NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY AND W,EDNESDAY "WAITER AND CHEF" "A Tabloid Production of the Great Musical Comedy Success," THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "GAY CONEY ISLAND" CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS EVENINGS: Adults .......SOc Children ..'...........25c MATINEES: Adults............. 25c' Children.............IO0 MATINEES MONDAY AND THURSDAY WM HAROUO I.LOYD In  "LOOK I^UtASANT PLEASE" LAST TIMES TONIGHT, PATHE PRESENTS FANNIE WARD IN irSQOOD. ; - "INNOCENC'E" - . 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