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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1918 THE LtiTIIBHlDtiK Enormous Booty Taken In the Big Italian Drive June but onn of tlio bridges for the Aus trian retreat the Plave Hlvor have been destroyed by the Italian according to ad vices received bore It Is added Hint enormous bboty has boon taken by the Italian Army Sun June Italian staff officer arriving from the fighting zone on the Plavo said as ho ran Into the Italian army headquarters tonight Victory IH have put tho enemy across the Plave all the The present victory of the Italian army Is considered by military offic ials to be greater than that of the Aus trlans on the Biansizza Plateau last The Austrian retreat was made more difficult by a violent thunder The Austrlans crossed the Piave on rafts and which they had brought up or had prepared during the darkness on Saturday They DEMAND NATION WIDE PROHIBITION left well built great quanti ties of ammunition and blankets and every variety of army equipments In their AuktrUn June to ear lier dispatches received In London this morning tho AURtrlahs had loft two thousand men to defend the Mon tollo spur and thnse fell Into tho hands of the It was not expected that there would be great captures of Austrian because of the flooded river the en emy hud not been able to transport any of his big pieces across tho stream In his first Tho earlier advices also Indicated that a rapid advance by the Italians must not be expected ai the Austrlans had about twenty divisions In reserve which was a formidable force to reckon and It was thought prob able that there would be strenuous Austrian resistance at the bridge heads on the left bank of the Plave which were well Juno pledge to work tor and worldwide pro hibition was adopted today by the In lernatlonal Sunday School Associa claiming to represent persona In North The con vention sent to Premier TJorden of Canada a message commending the Canadian government on Its liquor legislation and to President Wilson and congress this message We gladly conserve food and fuel In our We demand that grain uiid fuel bo denied the POLICE NAIL DEMANDS ON ALL 10 No Railway Tickets Sold Those Who Cannot Pro duce Certificates To Opponents of Labor Menv hers Want the Political Truce Terminated be If this Is endorsed by the whenever and wher ever an election an official la bor candidate will oppose a candidate representing the other parties to the truce and the position of the labor ministers would become DISCUlSNEXf June manifesto Issued by eight labor members of the British according to some of the morning is connected with the threats of ser ious split in the labor some papers to efforts of a pacifist group to embarrass the government in the prosecution of the The causes of disaffection are so deep and the prejudices and passions no great that it is difficult to see says the how an agree ment can be The Telegraph declares that speeches and actions of the labor ministers have been twisted and misreperesented to suit sectional purposes and the minds of the consti tuents have been personed by insid ious It charges that a campaign Is being waged ruthlessly to force labor out of the coalition government and break up the present Are Sick of George minister of la and minister with out in the war cabinet are quoted by the Daily as saying in the Interview they are so sick of the mean lies and envenomed calumny of their opponents within the party that they would gladly re but feel that by doing so they would be shirking their They intend to continue working to the ut could and would not con tinue without the good will and sup port of their Want Truce The manifesto seems called forth by the determination of the labor ex ecutive to move at a conference fixed for Wednesday that the political truce observed by the consent of all parties since the beginning of the LI There is Character in every design wo We give to every memorial stone a distinctive We aim to impart to all our output an expression of personal Interest and Wo are prepared to submit special designs and will be glad to have you call or phone us to call on Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street June conference which the minister of finance is hold Ing today with the members of the Dominion executive committee of the Victory Loan organization and the chairmen and secretaries of the sev eral provincial is for the purpose of considering means for extending and improving the system of organization which was establish ed last year and a more mode of distribution of the The question of exemption fu ture Victory Loan issues from taxa tion also is an important The general financial view is that making further issues subject to taxation will seriously hamper the government in raising loans of the amount required for our war purposes and the exten sion of credits to the Imperial gov It is officially stated that those citizens to whom the question of taxfree securities is especially im portant would naturally buy to the extent of their requirements from the issues now outstanding on the mar ket which are free from If they purchased new securities sub joct to taxation tendency be to sell thbm onthe market and buy In their place the existing free tax Do minion This would de press the market for securities which are eubjeot to taxation and enhance the price of existing ALLIED TRANSPORT IE LOST June of an allied transport under Amer ican charter on June about seven hundred miles east of the Deleware Capes was reported to day to the navy The transport had no troops aboard was westward Reports Indicate that the sub marine was not seen until after the torpedo struck the The crew took to the boats after the vessel1 settled and It was futile to use the OFFER TO Juno Russian aviator and constructor of giant has succeeded in leaving Russia and has arrived in accompanied by aviators at tached to the French military mission to The Russian has offeree his airplanes and inventions to the French Constable Surprises Man in Act of Breaking Into McKillop Store The city police believe they have succeeded in apprehending one of the perpetrators of the amateur burglar ies which have been taking place late Last night while Police Constable Owen was going his rounds he heard pounding at the rear of the McKillop grocery store on nth Investiga tion led to the discovery of a man who gave his name as Jonefl who was busily engaged in removing the brick work to make an entrance to the who says he is a bridge arrested and taken to the ancl it is understood he has con fessed tho names of those who at tempted burglary at the Crystal Da iry and the Goodman Clothing store and who are understood to be working with Jones was up before Magistrate Ir win this morning and was remanded till That the man is an amateur in such work is proven by the fact that his attempted burglary of the McKillop store took him within 50 yards of the police station to do the dirty Aldrich appeared on a drunk charge and was fined and costs and Lyons was fined and costs for turning his motor car in the middle of a block instead of going to the street intersection to make the If you have no registration following Saturdays you are going to have a hard time until yon obey the law and secure your cer Ticket Agent Cordon of I lie has orders not to sell a ticket to anyone who oammi produce lho inoffensive looking iiitle The hotels and restaurants are demanding cards before serving meals or book ing a for Von can not draw your salary nnd there i doen and other little things which cannot be done unlws your card can bn Several parties wnc sent away from the station Uiis morning with blood in their the ticket agents had no but to refuse to sell tickets to those with out Home of the res taurants have not yit started to en force the law requiring that registra tion certificates be shown bur it irf pointed out restaurant keepers who fail to do so are Captain Porter statrv that registra tion throughout Ills district ran very smoothly oji There were some places where an Insufficient j number of cards were available but this la being remedial Tiie to tal number registered in Lethbridge is Information yet but Porter expects to know in a few Those who failed to register on Sat urday now have the opportunity to go to the postmaster and fulfil that They have thirty days in which to do After thai everyone is liable to a heavy fine who cannot produce the registration TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS We Deliver the Goods at Undernoted Prices Tins 2 tins Tueoday Special Dominion Corn 3 packets Tuesday Special bottle Tuesday Special Kellogas per packet Tuesday Special Roses Lime bottle only Tucsdy Special Deliveries Every Hour TO ISSUE STATEMENT probably will bn two or throe days before the Can ada rpglstriitioii board la prepared to issue i statement with regard to Hie Dominionwide registration whlih tool place on 45c 36c 25c lie 49c Sea 2 tins Tuesday Special Excslaior 2 packets Tuesday Special Kvaporated packet Tuesday Special 1 tins tin only Tuesday Special Oyster 12 Tuesday Special 38c 36c RAIN IN Moonc June Hain was geu pro I througliniit this district during the last twelvn Morn than a third of an inch of rain foil In this Swift Current had hours steady Outlook and Indian Head report which was made from Kmpeys nnd the sergeant will he seen as tin star of the the Majestic on Friday and This probably the most import ant tiRwrt which has coma to local mo tion fans1 in an because they have all heard of Kmpey and want to sot TliP Other Mans at Majes tic Tuesday and The box office of tiie Majestic theatre will open sharp at ten oclock tomorrow morning for the sale of tickets for What the Press Agents Say tho performances of The Other Mans the play which will IH offered for two nights and two matin ees at the Majestic on Tuesday arid Wednesday of this I The Other Mans Wife is a won derful on the theme of the double standard of It is daring in Us tolling of the whole truth and nothing but the not a play for prudes or the narrow Four performances will be Daily matinees for ladies at and evening performances at Routers awa dispatch from Bri ish headquarters regarding the oper tion south of Meteren this morning which resulted in the killing of at east one hundred took place an angle which the enemy thrust nto our line west of having leteren and Strazeele at either end jf the base and near the Hie Germans have been considerably mentioned in this part of the line late y and any thrust they might contem plate in Flanders likely would be an attempt to advance by this On the high ground west of kem the enemy has hitherto been un able to gain an Inch of In the lirectlon Strazeelo we not only lealt him heavy but obtained abjectives that greatly improved our THE WEATHER High 7 Low 5i and REQUIRES 500 M MACHINE PUSHERS AND OUTSIDE BEST OF CONDITIONS ANp HIGHEST AVKRAQf APPLY Secretary Red Deer Valley Coal ALBERTA SHEEP STEiER GEIS WE YEARS Ray Goldie who three weeks ago pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing 2i0 shnep more or the property of east of the on or about was this morning sentenced by His Honor Judge Jackson in court to throe years in the penitentiary at Ed The other three young men who have been committed for trial in connection with this theft have not yet elected for Tho end of tho celebrated Chinese case which occupied a couple of ses sions of the Supreme Court here dur ing the winter was heard this morning when Loo Wing and Too Yok appear ed on perjury No evidence was offered by tlio crown and the Ce lestials were accordingly Bowden of against whom a charge of false pre tenses had been preferred also ap peared before Judge Jackson but no charge was preferred and he was ac cordingly AT THE EMPRESS In the newest William Fox super de Luxe When a Man Sees which William Fanium plays the leading the eminent screen star is seen in a characterization an adventurous rover of the Seven who despite his is im with a spirit of good that mwi Tests itself in many of his big lieavtcd This is olie Empress to and This photodrama is founded on Larry Evans short The Pani pd which appeared in the Sat urday Evening Many of the elaborate scenes were taken the actual localities and un der the direction of Frank This photoplay is destined ID add new laurels to William and to William vho portrayed part of Luther an able AT THE MAJESTIC Arthur Guy vet eran of the Somme and author of the most famous of war Over the is coming to Manager Brown of the Majestic an nounces he has booked the Vita graph Over the A MULE BIT OFF Charlie one of tho best known of the old timers in the Lfeth lirldge suffered a peculiar and painful accident on Thursday last while helping to halter break mules on the Hyssop ranch northeast of tho One of the which had been haltered and tied to a pocit in the was pulling vi ciously on the rope when Hys sop put his hand through the corral fence to pet it and reassure the an The however was not in the mood to be and before Hyssop knew what had happen ed the mule had bitten his right thumb off just above tho first Hyssop hurried to the doctor and had the wound dressed and Is pro gressing Maurtls can nibalistic tendencies havent broken Hyssops faith in mules as he AERIAL MAIL June first aer ial mail service in Canada was inau gurated this morning by Captain Ury un The aviator left the city this morning at oclock with a special mail bag containing three hundred letters directed to Postmaster at RIVER BOAT June by fire of a river boat used as a fleet supply vessel at an Atlantic port was reported today by the Navy Depart An explosion preceded the fire but no IOSH of life was IS June engineer of tha train of empty Pullman cars which crushed into the circus train near was released from custody WILL SIT HERE Conybeare and Sy who composed the local ex emption tribunal under the Military Service Act when that measure was first put into have been In structed to proceed to Calgary to night for further instructions and they will sit here commencing on July 2nd to review exemption cases which are sent to them by the military au Though nothing definite is given it is understood that they will review all cases in tho Lethbridge district MB Judge McNeill and others are now reviewing cases in While in Calgary Conybeare and Symomls will sit with Judge Me Nelll for day to acquaint themselves with the review ORION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WORLD PICTURES PRESENT ROBERT WARWICK AND GAIL KANE IN THE FALSE FRIEND ALSO A Couple of Crooks TWOREEL KEYSTONE COMEDY AND Gaumont Graphic From Our Own torresootnlonO June sympathy is felt for and Brodin In tiie death of ton years Ho taken u MudlOno lint hospital a week undergoing an He to be going on alright but complications sot and he died on Tuesday He will be buried at Glenbanner ceme This is the second son that and lirodin have buried in than six the jldesr ageu died Miss the principal of tho Consolidated school has charge of it ho registration for tills As much as possible has been done to avoid a rush on Saturday by getting cards completed In The Organization of Resources Committee luu sent out contracts to millers or tho province in connection With the standard stock feed manufac ORPHEUM TONIGHT Londonian Belles IN TOO MUCH MUSTARD Another Long Laugh With Smart WILLIAM FARNUM IN A FOX FIVE REEL WEDNESDAY PRIZE NIGHT FIFTY VALUABLE PRIZES Given Away frree to Fifty Lucky Scat lift ICCTIP Two Next FRIDAY MHllLUl Illand JUNE 28 29 ONCE NIGHTLY AT SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT VITAGRAPHS GREAT AMERICAN PHOTODRAMA OVER THE TOP FEATURING ARTHUR GUY EMPEY HIMSELF Supported by James Morrison and an All Star VHaeraph A Marvellous Picturtzaljion of Empeys WorldFamous The Greatest Production in the History of Motion GO OVER THE TOP WITH ROBERT WARWICK THE FALSE FRIEND AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND Ill IICTIP This Week I III JUNE 25 and 26 OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO A PICTURE SHALL A MAN LIVE TWO LIVES WHILE A WOMAN MUST STAND OR FALL BY ONE SPECIAL INVITATION MATINEE FOR LADIES ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT Summer Prices TuesdayWednesday Matinee 50c A STIRRINO PHOTOPRAMA OF THE FOX PRESENTS William Farnum in When a Man Sees Red lly Lurry from his Saturday Evening Post story The Painted Superdeluxe picture short storya picture running the gamut of human latest curreul events and on ft ;