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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEKN' rilE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .... runOAY, JUNE 22, 1U18 Iff Th� iMMt Ibkig 8Jk>ut BLUERIBBON TEA 1� the valuei tfie least, the pricet and the woMt.thing is to do without it SEAPOWEROFIHE ALLIES INCREASES AT RAPID RA Naval Expert Calls Attention to Fact-Grip on 'Enemy Stronger Now : > >  * ? DEFALCATIONS ON * WELLAND CANAL. > � ?! > *> | St. CatUarInc: K. Lawrence, for over 30 years paymaster of tlie Wellanil Canal, faces � charge oi stealing $16,000'from the Department of Hallways and Canals. , The do/alcatlon with which Lawrence is charged back to the year 1S92 and is alleged to have taken place between that date and JP12. I^ast fall at the time enumeration for the Dominion election? was taking place a discovery is understood to have been made which resulted in an auditor being sent from Ottawa. Further discoveries apparently followed for the paymaster \yas suspended. He has since been dismissed. I Lawrence at the time, about eight | months ago, ja understood to have j made partial restitution and since has lived a quiet retired liTe in freedom. A few days ago he applied to the canal office for certain papers, stating that he desired to pay a visit to the United States. Aa application by the superintendent of the canal to the department at Ottawa yesterday with the information that Lawrence decided to cross the border, brought not only a refusal from the department to grant the request but an order for the arrest. The warrant bears the amount of $16.01)0 and dates given above. Lawrence today is out on $20,000 bail. The most curious club that ever was formed saw its organization on .Vpril 24th. It is called the Canadian Officers' Club, and the address is 12, U.trechtstratt, Scheveningen, Holland. The members are those officers who were taken by the Germans at Ypres in April, 1915. London, .Tune 22.-(Koutors T-imit-ed.)-The necessity of koopiug an eye upon the importauce of sea power in tho present conflict, despite llie cioee attention claiuieis practically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the system almost to its full extent,, and its use saves other more expensioe and wasteful foods. Trade-mark on every package. Book of Choice Recipes sent FREE Walter Baker & Co. Ued Established 1780 DORCHESTER MASS. Bo.'Uci.. 351; -Daubert, Brooklyn, 3i'l; Kauff, New York, ;!"5; Groh, Cincinnati, ;i2S; Holocher, Chicago, 327; Wyckland. Boston, 327; Mann, Clii-cngo, 31G; Young, Now York, 311; Chase, CInoinnali. '.illS Burns of Philadolphia ^ made the best showing of the leading batters in tho American League. Ho increased hi:; lead aniong the players who have played, in twenty-five or more games to 36-'. "Babe" Ruth added .mother circuit drive to his string and ha.s a mark of eight home runs. Roger I'ccklngpaugh of New York has taken the load among tho sacrifice liittors with fifteen and Sisler of St. Louis, continues to lead in bast> Louis, continues to load in base scaal-' iiig with 24 to his credit. New York Ic.-ids in team batting with an aver- a^To of 27.'). Leading batters: liuniK, Philadelphia, :'.02; SIslor, St, Louis, ;I4I: Bake.-, New York, ojC; W.ilker. Philadelphia, :'35; Hooprf, Poston, 321; Mc.Mullin, Chicago, 31'.;; Pipp, New York, ;;U; Milijli, Wasb-Ingtou, 308; Speaker, Cleveland, 30u, I'^ight hundred TOlumeB of "Thu Finished Mystdry" went up in smoke In Nelson, B.C., In the city incinerator. Tho books wore in three trunks which wero unclaimed at tho railway offices there. � -I �ReEP your shoes iKEAll white� ���^'^�^^>^-jj^- i>, -M^mefi liquid; �. �'i:v^^*l'#^ia J'^'VMpmi^^ TWO FATAL ACCIDEIV'8 Prince Albert. Sask., June 22, -William Whyte, aged 65, a prominent farmer of the RuEsollvillo district, was killed on the roud a tow mlloa east, of the city when ho was thrown from his buggy in a runaway. Ho came from England six years ago. Jacob Uadger, aged 7 yejirs was killed at Miaia'M'asis' by being struck with: lightning while outside his" father's house during a storm yesterday. at our fowxtmn You'll Enjoy Refreshments in the surroundings at ^lifM''' i: P""^^ flavors and good pnshy, 87 74 6?566?091292 45 33 ?236743088???056904399553960170181343?16127445345076761853?35563 ;