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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. .ll'XE 21. THE LETIIBRTDGK 13AILY HF^.HALIJ PAGE FIVE LABOR TROUBLE SHIPYAROS1 WuHliliiBloii. Junn '21.-"Aiiiei-icu'h ftrnal shlnbulldliig pi'dKramliic Ih lioliu; \inl iIirouKli Willi iirncllciiUy no lahor troiibli'h, l)oi!a\i!iR I lie. Hjilril ot cd-op-oration iunonK Uui woi'lfniwn in tlii; yarilH Ik llltc tlio nnliniiliiil liiilnnr.n In llio bnnli," Ohiilrniun II\iiMoy of Uic ahippInK Ijoard today told ii ooiifoi-cnc(! of Ain(n-l(;nii nilitorH. "II wan an vnovmnuH task to lirliig liall' h million woi'liei'H togiitlior.' at now tanliK, in dow locnlilloH," Haid Mr. Hurley, "liul Uici'o novel' liaa been a llinr whcii lliQ HUppoit of llio woikcr onuld not he coitnlod on to kocii worli ko-ing." AR[ YOU WILLING Ottawa, Juno 'Jl.-A bnllotin from tl\o Ciniada Food i:!oard rends; "(Ireal Britain in pcacn times depends upon imports for I'onr-l'ifllis of ber food supply. One out of (!very snven of Seotland'.s total population is in (lin army; in KuRla-nd one out ot every twelve; in Canada one out of every soventooii. "Britain, despite army donumds for men has increased her farm aere.age by help of women, boys and diveited labor from towns and_citiea. She has also Increased Iter pi'odtictloii of nui-nittona and ships and lier mannfae-(urcd oxportK, suoli an collon, by wliieh she, finances herself. But most of licr ninia! sonrcos or food supiillcs have been cut off by the war and scar-eity of ships. (Canada produces tbo larKOst available food snrpluti In Iho British I'Vnpire. 'l"ho responsibility for fendliiK the armies and Hie mother country falls directtly upon.Canada. The harvest oC I'JlS must bo aaved or millions will starve. /'l.,el .ClftiiadlanH renlljie the Irutli before writiiiK 'yes' of 'no' on the nv Kistralioii card.s to the (luestions, 'Are you wllllnK to do farm work'?" SOLBORUGSTO RETURNED IN Toronto, June 21.-Suffering from the effects of drugs, a number of soldiers, Ineludina some returned wounded men, are seriously ill In the military base hospl-t3l. Some of the men are said to have been affected mentally from the use of laudanum which a Queen Street druggist is alleged to have been telling them without registering the sales In accordance with the law. On complaint of the military authorities the police have fallen action agains-t the druggist. TEN DEATHS WjishiiiKtoii. Juno 21.-deaths rosultiiiK from airplane accidents at riyiiis fields in tliis country were reported today by th� War Department tor the\week onded Juno S. TKos.H.lnco r^tenif DonpTHVDALTON -iKLovoLeHer?'' AT STARL^ND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW lATWILLBE THE NEXT MOVE OF HUN FORCES? I'aris. June i;i.-'(Special Cable lo the Toronto .Mall and Kmplre.)-Tlie offcnsiv(! In Italy which is tlie cynosure ot all eyes in France whi'rc much Is oxjiected lo result from il, particularly results'of u political nature, has not proventcil tlio uauril crop of h.v-pothcses as lo llie next offensive In the western llii'atro. Tlio latest spoc-i'latlon as to the Oernum military moves comes from .Swllzerlaiul where Colonel I.ecoiii'.e, the nolcd Swiss critic, writing In llio Gazette Do Lausanne, expresses the opinion that the Germans can hardly attack Baris without leavhiK thomseives pxposod to the allied reserves behind their risht flanlc tt Amiens and Arras. Should they attempt to descend on Iho capital, he .says those reserves would cerlainiy attack. In any case It Is probable liiat the action will to crease aRain in this refiion and tho struggle will bo resinned north of Mont Dldier in the direction ot Amiens. I'orliaps it uiny be cxi)ectcd fU'ther north. XeverthcH'ss, it is between the Olse and tho Souinie tho decisive battle of the cHmpalRu will bo fought. Should the Cormans succeed they can undoubtedly resume their mtarcli on I'ai-is. But one thing is certain, they have not enough breath left to go much fnrther. Should the allies come out/victorious tliey will be able to reach Royc and Per-onne with their backs to the Germans. Those German troop.i adventuring south of Xoyon c:innot cscajjo disaster, even by retreating, if, and It is (juite possible, the battle re-ii'-ilns undecisive, it will develop into one of those familiar stagnant affairs. \r REPUBLICAN VOTE New York. June 21,-Henry Ford will not receive tho support of . the Kepublicun Slate committee of Michigan In his candidacy I'or the United States senate, as sugpested by President Wilson, according to a statement made born last, night by John 1). Man-gum, cliairinaii of the cointiilttoB. after a conference with Will H. Hays, chairman of the National committee. Mr. Mangura added that "Interfer-onco by the real head of the Uemo-cratlc political orgraniziition of the country in an ottlort to control the Republican party's atfairn in a state of 100,000 Republicans will not affect us." BAD FROSTS IN NEW BRUNSWICK Frederletoii. .\. B., .lune 21. -From oil s,;ctloiis ot Ihe province como rfl/)Ojls to llie rle-partmeul ol agiKuUiire that heavy It'osts la.-'i night h.ive ruined crops Biudfwheat has laid low and musi be replanted. Potatoes li.ivi' been affecl-ed but it is tliuiiglit tliey v.iil recover. Heans, corn and tomato plants wrvj: nipped. Tlio temperature .-il die lowest point lust ni;;ln. was '.'I'l de-groos. : > : > ; : : : : ! SATURDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS 74c ? ? Strictly Fresh Eggs, Two Dozen ..................... Good Juicy Oranges, per dozen only .......... 35c Rose's Lime Juice Cordial, per bottle only ..... '18c Finest Ripe Tomatoes, per lb only ..........:.'35c Mother's Macaroni, 3 pMs. only ............ 35c Dalton's Lemonade, per bottle only ............. 33c 1 lb. tins Water Glass, for preserving eggs, per tin, only ........................................ 20c Finest Grape Fruit, 3 for ..................... 28c 40c ;LEARY DENIES HE KNEW THE HUN New York, June ;;i. -Ihnphatic denial that ho over knew Carl Rodiger, Gorman naval offiiiT, inilicted witli liim in an .alleged (reason and-spy plot was made liy Jeremiali O'Leary today while under cross-examination as a witness for his brother John, on I rial for aiding Jeremiah to flee from justice. O'Leary swore lif had never heard of Rodiger before Mav fi last, �when he read ot hiin in llie newspapers. He said also that he was not aware that William Daly, a lav.yer associated v.'lth the O'Leary's. w.-i.s counsel for Rodiger until that same day. IJaly had on that day calliMl at the homo ot the witness' father wiiore Jeremiah had stopped previous lo his flight. Mc said he might have spoken to his brother about Daly's acting as counsel tor tho German, but lie was not sure. He had also read, he said, that Rodiger's name uj.-i linked with Madame Do Victorira, the Cerrnan wotiian accused in ilio spy case. Deliveriei Every .Hour Choice Dairy Butter. - Per pound.......>.............. Finest Large Lemons, per dozen only ......... 50c Marche's Grape Juice, per bottle only ..'...... 24c 1 lb. tins Best Tuxedo Coffee, per tin only.....44c Finest Shredded Cocoanut, per lb. only ........ 34c Dalton's Orangeade, per bottle only............. 33c Ginger Snap Biscuits, just arrived today, 2 lbs... 33c Largo Pineapples, each only .................. 30c Phone 3 13 DISCUSS GEIAN FOREIGN SERy UL RUMANIA TIIIE.S TO COMBAT DISEASE Slr�ns of the Sea at the EmpreBs Tonight. Women arc Fighting too- They'are iii the front trenches of the food conservera. They are doing more home cooking -utilizing those things which are not needed. CANADA CORN STARiCn -mixed with flour-gives lighter texture and better flavor to bread, cake, gems, tnuffins and puddings-and makes a ^. lot of delicious, inviting war time' *" desserts. Ask yottf Grocer. MANUFACTURED QY THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED. MONTREAL. 123 :0 Amsterdam,. June 21-Dr. Richard j Von Kuehlmann, the German torelKii secretary, accompanied l)y several high officials from the forelRn office, arrived at HambiirK yesterday, according to the t'ologne Gazette. Today they attended a conference with tlie represenlatives of senales and commercial circles of the; states of IlamburK, Bremen and Lul�'ck. The subject di.'icussed was tHo orRaniza-tion of the German forclRU service, a topic wliich has been lout,' under consideration i)y tlie German authorities in consultation with German mercantile aud commercial Interests. neo $1,000 PHLESIINE RE NEEOO London. Juno il. (via Renter's Ottawa AgoMcy.)-The Syria-Palestine relief fund nfeeds .u 100,000 more during 1918. The fund is playing a great part in the vecori^truction of Syria and Palestine by ihc liritish administration, which already has achieved remarkable succe�.>;.s in remedying conditions due tu ihe relativesnoss i of tho Turks, viz terrible starvation and disease, especially at Lebanon, whore more than I.'iO.OOO deaths -Jyive occurred. The work ot'li;!' fund consists, first, of the distribjrtion of food and clothing to thounands oi refugees and those unable to earn a livelihood: secondly, modlcal relief; l^hlrdly, tho care ot children, including numerous orphans, and, fourthly, providing employment, DRASliUlONS VEiREAl DISEASE Toronto, June 21.-Drastic regulations based upon the Venereal diseases prevention act, adopted by the legislature last .session, have been passed by the Ontario government. They strike bard .at the plague that has been umlernjlning social life in Canada as in other countries. Perhaps the roost sxyeeping provision contained is a prohibition of marriage by any person suffering from venereal disease and any act that is likely to result in the spread of the disease is similarly ' re.tjarded as a serious offense. In both cases heavy rines may be imposed and the offenders seiit to prison tor a year. AMERICAN ACE IS ^ MISSING AFTER FIGHT . Paris, June 21.-The leading Am,er-Ican ace, in tho French flying corps, First Lleirt. Frank L. Baylies, ot New Bedford, Mass., is missing after an uuGCiual fight with four O^rman ina-chlnos. ' , The enemy had the advantage of position and number, but Baylies put lip a game fight. He attempted to tako Uic offensive against the Germans but his machine caught fire and tell after a few moments about six miles within the German Ilnoa. From February Ifl, 1918, up lo June 7. Lieut. Bnylfbs had gnfned twelve aerial victorica. r SED!I1 Winnipeg, June 21,-Nick Kos-tinuik, an Austrian, charged with making seditious statements, was today fined 311,000 and costs. Sir Hugh John MctJonald stated that this would be the last fine imposed; in future every person found guilty of making seditious remarks will be sentenced to a term in the penitentiary. ierMhave LINE With the American Army in France, Juno 'il.-(By the Associated Press.) -The American forces northwest ot Chateau-Thierry this morning further straightened their lino by a series ot small but brilliantly e.vpec^ted attacks on the north side of Delleau Wood. -HAS APPEALED Paris, June 21.-Jean Leymarie, former director of the ministry of the interior, convicted last month of complicity in treasonable actions in connection with the newspaper Bonne't Rouge, has entered an appeal to the court of cassation. Five other defendants. W, Duval, director of the Bonnet Rouge; M. Joucla. a repeater; M. Marcel, assistant manager of the Bonnet Rouge; M. Golsky and Jacques Landau, editors o� the Bonnet Rouge, already had filed appeals, it Is expected that the court of cassation will receive the appeals at once and render Its decision in about three,weeks. pr. albert crops good Prince Albert, Sask., Juno 21.-Crop conditions in tho prince Albert district, are generally speaking ideal, with a greatly increased acreage under cultivallou ami prospects oi: a iieavy yield. FLKW IN A GALE Montreal, June 21.~CaptaIn Bryan Pock arrived in Montreal via airship from Leasidc. Toronto, at noon. He flew the ."oO mile.q in four hours and thirty minutes, the last-half of tho trip boing In n furious kuIo, Ho was accompanied by a corporal on tho trip. PRESIDENT S. s. ASSOCIATION Buffalo, Jiino 21.-W. O. Thompson o� Ohio State UnivorRlty was totlay olectod president ot the Intorhntlon Sunday School Association. Bylaws wore amcndnd to provide that women may b-jconie members ot the executive committee. afP' CREAMERY BUtlNS Prince .Mbort, Sask,, Juno 21.-The SasUatchowan government co-operative croomery at Melfort was com-plQtftly destroyed by fire which broke out in tho engine room last night. The building, machinery and 1200 pounds Ot butter are entirely lost. Loss estimated at $S,000. Ed Foley as "Toney DeLeln" In 'The Other Mvn's Wife," with Dorothy La Vern. At the Majestic Tuns-day and Wednesday, June 25 and 26. Special matinees for ladles both days. "PIQ8 and pearls" ' comedy .\miitcrdam, June 21.- Rumania Is iK'gotiating with Germany for large ([uaiitilies of chemical pn;paration.s and otlier n;aterials lo combat diseases , growing out of war conditions wlilcli \ are vagiiig with disastrous results in Rumanian territory, according to the Uci'llu Vossiche Zeitung. Population in some -districl.s affected by the widespread wave of disease has been decimated, the newspaper declares. FROST SPOILS CROPS. Moncton. N.H.. June 21.-Heavy frost last night did enormniis damage tliroughoiit tlie entire district for thirty or forty miles, so far as can ho learned. The early crops at present appear to -be totally destroyed. The monetary loss is rciiortod serious. Reports are only beginning to come in. AT THE MAJESTIC FORMER "PEG 0' MY HEART" STAR RETURNS IN "THE OTHER MAN'S WIFE" Jli.ss Dorothy La Vern, remembered by many for her clover -impersonation of "I'og" in "Peg O' .My Heart," will he the stellar attraction in the latest Lambert I'voducing Coiupaiiys (.Vol Inc.I new play "The Oilier Man'^ Wife," the otfering at the .Majestic. Tiiesda.v anil Wcilncsda.v. June J.'j and 211, matinee both days, li i.s said tlial thr. play has caused (luito a furore a.^. it deals with an old iiuestion in x nt-vol and pleasing manner. Tho double stand of morals has received much comment both in tlie press, literature aud drama but It's said the manner in which .Mr. Lambert has handled bis subject is very clever indeed. Tlie Lambert Producing Pompanv i.\()t Inc.) lias mounted llie jiiay i'li a very sumptuous manner. Special matinees will be given for lailie.s a! 2::;i) p.m. at jiopuiar summer price.*, whicli Is hair the cost of the cvou-iiig prices. ORPHEUM TONIGHT Londonian Belles IN "VARIETY ISLE" TONIGHT BIG DOUBLE SHOW Cabaret and Dancing Contest Immediately After Regiriar Show. Cash Prizes for Dancing. Saturday Afternoon Spe- j n cial Children's Slatlnee lUC EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW No Advance Prices 22i,''2C and 10c The Sensation of the Screen **Sirens of the Sea" The Picture Beautiful In Sis: Acts. Latest Mutt aud Jeff Comedy "A Dog's Life" and other good comediea. Also screen magiizine and latest currtMU events. MAJESTIC Tuesday Wednesday JUNE 25-26 OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN-NOT A-^PICTNREi Lambert PnoDucirgic Ca- OFFER The PLAY THAT ALL AmEPICA IS TALKING A&OUT: shall a man.live two lives while a women must stand or fall by one? special   TNf1-ir� on tuesday invitation I.AIIIrS afternoon matinee for LarXEyjUuKj at 2.30 pV. Summer Prices: Tuesday-Wednesday^Matinee 50c Nights ... .. 50c, 75c, $1.00. Sale Saturday TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUN-T FEATURE DOROTHY DALTON IN "LOVE LETTERS" No Time DO YOUR SHOPPING WHEN YOU RE^IaSTER AT **THE BAY" r. Ample Time f To Shop - -- 69 7885 1?881404 ;