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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE LETHimiDGK DAILY HRHALU PAGE FIVE LABOR TROUBLE IN JPt Juno ftroat shipbuilding programme Is being put through with practically no labor because tho spirit of coop cration among tho workmen in the yards is like tho unlimited tho halrmnn Hurley of the shipping board today told a confer ence of American It wan nn enormous task to bring half a mil lion workers now In now said there never has been a tlmr when tho support of ihn worker enuld not be counted on to keep work go ARE YOU WILLING TO AID IN HARVEY June bulletin from the Ciinada Food Board roads Great Hrltdln In penco times depends upon imports for fourfifths of her food One of every seven of Scotlands total population is in the army In England one out of ev ery twelve in Canada one out of every despite army demands for men has increased her farm acreage by help of boys and diverted labor from She has also increased her production of mu nitions and ships nml nor manufac tured such ftn by which she finances But moot of her iiinin flonrcea of fond supplies have been cut off by tho and scar city of Canada produces tho largest available food surplus in Iho Hritlsh Tfou for fending the armies and the moth er country falls directly upon Cana The harvest 1918 must be saved or millions will realize thn truth he fore writing yes of Ho on the re gistration cards to the Are you willing to do farm work June from the effects of a num ber of including some re turned wounded are serious ly ill In the military base hoipl Some of the men are said to have been affected mentally from the use of laudanum which a Queen Street druggist it alleged to have been selling them with out registering the sales in accord ance with the On complaint of the military authorities the police have taken action against the TEN DEATHS June deaths resulting from airplane accidents at flying fields in this country were re ported today by War Department for ended Juno ThosHlnce fvnaA Jl DORPTHVDALTON Love Letters AT 8TARUAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WHAT WILL BE THE NEXT F June Table to tho Toronto Mail find Km pi offensive in Italy which IB the cyno sure of all eyes In France where much is expected to result from particu larly resultsof a political has not prevented the usual crop of hy potheses us lo the nrxt offensive In tho western The latest spec Ilation as to the German military moves comes from Switzerland where Colonel tho noted Swiss cri writing in the Gazette Do Laus expresses the opinion that the Germans can hardly attack Paris without leaving themselves pxposed to the allied reserves behind their flank at Amiens and Should they attempt to descend on the he says those reserves would certainly In any case it is probable that the action will crease again In this region and tho struggle will be resumed north of Mont Dldier In the direction of Am Perhaps it may be expected further It is between the Oiae and the Somme the decisive battle of the campaign will bo Should the Germans suc ceed they can undoubtedly resume their mkrcli on But one thing is they have not enough breath left to go Should the allies come they will be able to reach Royo and Per onne with their backs to the Ger Those German troops adven turing south of Noyon cannot escape even by and It is quite the battle re trains it will develop in to one of those familiar stagnant af BAD FROSTS IN BRUNSWICK Oil sections of the prov ince come roporin to ihe de o HRIICulliire Unit heavy Tfonts lasi night have ruined crops HncKwheat has laid low find musi bo roplant Potatoes benn affect cd but it is thought they will corn and to mato plants Tho temperature MI the lowest point last was do SATURDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 74c Strictly Fresh Two Dozen Good Juicy per dozen only 35c Roses Lime Juice per bottle only 48c Finest Ripe per Ib only 35c Mothers 3 only 35c Daltons per bottle only 33c tins Water for preserving per only 20c Finest Grape 3 for 28c Deliveries Every 40c Choice Dairy Per Finest Large per dozen only 50e Marohes Grape per bottle only 24c 1 tins Best Tuxedo per tin 44c Finest Shredded per only 3tc Dnltons per bottle 33c Ginflor Snap just arrived 2 33c Large each only 30e New June Ford will not receive the support of the Republican State committee of Mich igan In his candidacy tor the United States as suggested by Presi dent according to a statement made hern last night by John Man chairman of the af ter a conference with Will chairman of the National Mangum added Interfer ence by the of the Demo cratic political organization of the country in an effort to control the Republican partys attain in a state of Republicans will not affect ens of the Sen at the Empress TOR LINAIV Women are Fighting Theyare in the front trenches of the food They are doing more home cooking those things which are not CANADA CORfl STARCH mixed with lighter texture and better flavor to muffins and makes a L lot of inviting war time Ask youj MANUFACTURED BY THE CANADA STARSH 123 I New Junp Emphatic de nial that he ever lnew Carl German naval indicted with him in an alleged Ireason andspy plot was fpade ly Jeremiah OLeary today while under crossexamination aa a witness for his brother on trial for aiding Jeremiah to flee from OLeary swore ho had never heard of Rodiger hofore May 0 when he read of him In Ihe He Bald also that he aware that William lawyer associated with the wia counsel for Ilodlger until that same Daly had on that day culled at the home of the witness father where Jeremiah had stopped previous lo his He said he might have spoken to his brother about DalyH acting as coun sel for the hut he was not He had also he that Jlodigers name linked with Madame De the German woman accused in the spy PALESTINE RELIEF NEED OF FUNDS June via Renters Ot tawa SyriaPalestine relief fund needs more dur ing The fund is playing a great part in the reconstruction of Syria and Palestine by the British adminis which already has achieved remarkable successes in remedying conditions due to ihe relatlvesness of tho viz terrible starvation and especially at where more than deathslyive The work otjllie fund of the distrilglftion of food and cloth ing to thousands of refugees and those unable to earn a livelihood medical relief the care of including numerous proyiding Juno Richard Von the German foreign accompanied by several high officials from tho foreign arrived at Hamburg ac cording to the Cologne To day they attended a conference with the representatives of senates and commercial circles of the states of Bremen and The subject discussed was tfle organiza tion of the German foreign a topic which has been long under con sideration by the German authorities in consultation with German mercan tile and commercial RUMANIA TRIES TO COMBAT DISEASE June Kos an charged with making seditious was today fined and Sir Hugh John McDonald stated that this would be the last fine im posed in future every person found guilty of making seditious remarks will be sentenced to a term in the June regula tions based upon the Venereal dis eases prevention adopted by the legislature have been passed by the Ontario They strike hard at the plague that has been undermining social life in Canada as in other Per haps the roost sweeping provision contained is a prohibition of marriage person suffering from venereal disease and any act that Is likely to result in the spread of disease is similarly regarded as a serious of In both cases heavy fines may be imjiused and the offenders sent to prison tor a AMERICAN ACE IS MISSING AFTER FIGHT June leading Amer ican in the French flying First Frank of New Is missing after an unequal fight with four German ma t The enemy had the advantage of position and but Baylies up agame He attempted to take Uie offensive against the Germans hut his machine caught fire and fell after a few moments six miles within tho German From February up to June Bayllba had gnined twelve aerial With the American Army in June the Associated American forces northwest of ChateauThierry this morning further straightened their line by a series of smalr but brilliantly expected attacks on the north side of HAS APPEALED June former director of the ministry of the convicted last month of com plicity in treasonable actions in con nection with the newspaper Bonnet lias entered an appeal to the court of Five other defen director of the Bon net Rouge a reporter assistant manager or the Bonnet Rouge Golsky and Jacques editors of the Bonnet already had filed It is ex pected that the court of cassation will receive the appeals at once and ren der its decision in about three ALBERT CROPS GOOD Prince June conditions in the Prince Albert dis are generally speaking with a greatly increased acreage un der cultivation prospects of a heavy FLEW IN A GALE June Peck arrived in Montreal via airship from at He flew the milea in four hours and thirty the of tho trip being In a furious lie was ac companied by a corporal on tho PRESIDENT ASSOCIATION June Thompson of Ohio State University was elected president of the Interfaational Sunday School Bylaws wore amended to provide that wom en may become members of the execu tive CREAMERY BURNS Prince June Saskatchewan government coopera tive creamery at Melfort was com pletely destroyed by fire which broke out in the engine room last The machinery and 1200 pounds Of butter are entirely Loss es timated at Ed as Toney DeLeln In Other with Doro thy La At the Majestic Tues day and June 25 and Special matinees for ladies both June IF negotiating with Germany for large quantities of chemical preparations and other materials to combat diseases Browing out of war conditions which are raging with disastrous results in Rumanian according to the Berlin VosHichn Population In some districts affected by the wide spread wave of disease has been Ihe newspaper The Lambert Producing Company Not has mounted the play in a very Special maUnpes will be given for ladies at popular summer which is half the cost of the even ing FROST SPOILS June frost last night did enormous damage the entire district for thirty or forty ao far as can be The early crops at present appear to totally The monetary loss is reported Reports are only beginning to come AT THE MAJESTIC FORMER PEG O MY HEART STAR RETURNS IN THE OTHER MANS WIFE Miss Dorothy La remembered by many for her clover impersona tion of Peg in Peg O Jly will be the stellar attraction in the latest Lambert Producing Companys Not new play The Other Mans the offering at the Tuesday and June U5 and matinee both It is said that the play has caused quite a furore as it deals with an old question In no vel and pleasing The double stand of morals has received much comment both in the literature and drama but its said the manner in which Lambert has bandied his subject is very clever ORPHEUM TONIGHT London ian Belles IN VARIETY ISLE TONIGHT BIG DOUBLE SHOW Cabaret and Dancing Contest Immediately After Regular Cash Prizes for Saturday Afternoon Spe cial Childrens Matinee 1UC EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW No Advance Prices and 10c The Sensation of the Screen Sirens of the Sea The Picture Beautiful In Sis Latest Mutt and Jeff A Dogs Lite and other good Also screen magazine and latest current MAJESTIC Wednesday JUNE 2526 OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO APICTNRE SHALL A TWO LIVES WHILE A WOMEN MUST STAND OR FALL BY ONE SPECIAL INVITATION MATINEE FOR LADIES ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT Summer Prices TuesdayWednesdayMatinee 50c Nights Sale Saturday PIQ8 ANP PEARLS COMEDY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT FEATURE DOROTHY DALTON IN LOVE LETTERS No Time 9 To Shop DO YOUR SHOPPING s WHEN YOU REGISTER AT THE BAY Ample Time f To Shop ;