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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fllE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IXRALlV thing BLUE RIBBON to the vafcwi Ae the prices and the wovrt thing ie to do without It DEFALCATIONS ON WELLAND Law for over 30 years paymaster of the Welland faces H charge of stealing from the Department of Hallways and The defalcation with which Law rence IB charged back to the year 1892 and 1s alleged to have taken place between that date and Jiast fall at the time enumeration for the Dominion elections was tak ing place a discovery Is understood to have been made which resulted inan auditor being sent from Otta Further discoveries apparently followed for the paymaster was sus made partial restitution and since has lived a quiet retired life In A few daye ago he ap plied to the canal office for certain stating that he desired to pay a visit to the United An application by the superintendent of the canal to the department at SLOWER OF THE ALLIES INCREASES AI RAPID RATE Navnl Expert Calls Attention to on Stronger June Reuters Limit Tho necessity of keeping an oye upon the importance of sea power in tho present despite the close attention rlalmcxi by tho land is emphasized by Archibald the naval writing in the Daily have been apt during the re cent the western Hurd to overlook other aspects of the notably the fun damental which is sea After a period or fifteen dur ing which onr strength in ships has steadily the downward tend ency has now been definitely Not only is onr sea power but our grip on the enemy is firmer than at any previous period of tho j Sevevn million tons of shipping en ter or leave our ports Each ship Is the target enemy submar but there have been days in the present week when the enemy has not secured a single Twelve months ago we were with the brought not only a rej and that fuaal from the department to grant the request but an order for the ar The warrant bears the amount ot and dates given Law rence today Is out on The most curious club that ever was formed saw Its organization on April It is called the Canadian Officers and the address is He has since been The members are those officers who Lawrence at the about eight were taken by the German at Ypres ruontht as understood to have j in which brought Today the supplies are flowing through this main artery in greater volume than a year At the same time another stream of has started and merchant skipping has ben mdviltolnetaolneta shipping has been made available for the greatest transport movement which ever has been carried For three Months paet American troops have been coining across the Atlantic by tens of thousands far faster than at one time1 was thought That means that the bal ance between the allies and the cen Enjoyed by Young and Old Wholesome as it Bon Ton Ice Cream Bon Ton Ice cream is the most refreshing summer It Is a irresist ible You dont to be tempted into eating it There Is nothing better for the in warm weather than our ice Let them have all they want of And grown ups enjoy and reap healthful benefits from At our fountain or in The Bon Ton 420 FIFTH STREET A SHELL HOLE ON THE VINDICTIVES DECK This photograph of a hnppy marine In a gives an Idea of the effect of the German During the fight the lower deck was a but as the captain made his rounds the wounded and dying raised themselvei to OWES HER LIFE TO FRUITHIVES Wonderful Made From Fruit and Valuable MADAME HOSINA FOI3IZ 29 Rose I am writing you to tell you that I owe my life to This medicine relieved me when I had given up hope of ever being I was a terrible sufferer from suffered for years and nothing Ttook did me any I read about Fruitatives and tried After taking a few I ait nozv entirely You have my permission to publish this as I hope it will persuade other sufferers from Dyspepsia to take Fruitatives and get MADAME ROSIXA Fruitatives is the only medicine in the world made from a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Iruitativea trnl powers is being adjusted in favor of the Viewing the war In its various as military and have every reason for The tide is distinctly turning and turn let us for the last The submarine menace is being The allied armies are increasing in rela tive The food position of this of Franco and of is Improving and shipbuilding In Bri tish and American yards ie preceding at a greatly accelerated The assurance by the end of Decem at least four million tons will have been put into the water here and in the United States that figure may be considerably On the other hand the enemy sink ings of neutral and allied tonnage have been so considerably reduced owing to the acUvitles of the allied navies and the and resources of their merchant seamen that it is practically certain that there will be a balance of shipping on the right In a the relative military and economic strength of the allies is steadily increasing at a momept when the enemy is feeling the culminative effects of the block ade maintained over a period ofnearly four years with increasing stringency and of the war on which not only has resulted casualties but has drained of industrial BULGARIAN PAPER ABG NPOCXWCORI lure HRYIENT Can You Test Examinations for army and navy have shown many men who were not aware of the that their eyesight was While these men were not required to have perfect there were many who wero rejected eyes would have been saved had they worn doesnt pay neglect your You may not know that you are straining or that you need FINbOUTNOW Our service includes free if you dont need we wont recommend we 11 fit you scientifically and correctly If you ML HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY Says Bulgaria Cannot Now Ex pect the Vitcory Germany Promised Her June to La Llbertes Geneva quot ing dispatches received the Journal of May was suppressed by the military auth orities because of a sensational article which was inspired by the strength of the American army in the The article said in part Wo have enough of war in this which has not ceased for three years to pay with its blood and all Its political as well as Situations have complete lychanged and they will cause radical modifications in the international sit The newspaper adds thatalliance with the Central Powers was not prof itable to Bulgaria except in the case of certain victory whereas the Bulgar tgday must look at another per The Americans wore referr ed though not in the final paragraph of the which fol lows The equilibrium depends upon tho new factors which have entered the and this change In the sit uation is of paramount importance for small above for the Bal kans Airmen Win Nurses Receive tipns June following awards of war honors to Canadians are officially announced Bar to Distinguished Service Cross Stearne Air belongs to Carleton He has destroyed or driven down many enemy machines and has aMtays shown a fine Air Car Jeton engaged two other mach ines and drove them down dived at another and sent it crashing to the en gaged and acjgunted for many enemy Royal Red First rons Irene Elizabeth Jessie Jean Stronach and Bes Mitchell Nursing Sisters Hilda Allison Edith Hog Minnie McAfee and Marion Rud Royal Red Second Class Nursing Sisters Mary Mary Kathleen Anna Elizabeth Silla Carr Katharines Mar garet Lillie Cecily Alice Phyllis Guild Annie Alice Isabel Mary Agnes Margaret Mable Edith Jean Helena Annie Martha Mina Cecil Mildred Mae Prich Mary Gertrude Rad Gertrude Gertrude Letitia Jean Mary Maud Wilkinson and Bertha STRIKERS KILLED June strikers were killed and thirtysix others wounded In a clash today with the police at the railway shops in according to a telegram received here from the Hungarian LITHE CHANGE IN June little change has taken place among the leading batters of the National League during the last according to averages published including games of last Fred Merkle of Chicago continued at tho htii of the list with an average of 371 The mark of five home runs set by of last re mains Max Carey of took the lead In Rtnlen having Brooklyn New and Cln in a triple tie sacrl fico each being credited with 1 Chicago continued to lead in team with a mark of Loading batters for twancyfive games or more ara 374 A well made cup of BAKERS is a large part of a me It is is prac tically all the protein matter being appropriated by the sys tem almost to its full and its use saves other more expensioe and wasteful Trademark on every Book of Choice Recipes sent FREE WAim BAKER limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER MONTREAL illlllilllllllllllillllllllllUlllllfll 351 314 New Cincin 32S 327 327 Chi 316 New 311 3lrt Burns of Philadelphia the best showing of tho leading batters in the American He Increas ed his lead among the players who have in twentyfive or more games to Babe Ruth added another drive to his string and has a mark of eight home Rog er tecklngpuugh of New York has taken the load among the sacrifice hitters with fifteen and Sisler of continues to lead in baso continues to lead in base sfcsal with 24 to his New York in batting with an aver age of Lending batters MG2 341 New 236 321 31i New 308 Eight hundred TOlnmes of Tho Finished Mystdry went up In smoke in in the city incinera Tho books were in three trunks which were unclaimed at the railway offices TWO FATAL ACCIDENTS Prince June aged a prominent farmer of the Ruasellville was kill ed on the road a few miles east of the city when he was thrown from his buggy in a He came from Eug land six years Jacob aged 7 years was killed at Mistawasis by being struck with lightning while outside his fathers house during a storm yeuter 6 lie setve Youll Enjoy Refreshments in the surroundings at Kirkbys Pure fruit flavors and good ;