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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK THE DAILY PAGE FIVK SCOUTS IDEA m HUNS FIGHT FOR WORLD s VHInlniB briefly Het tno liloa that shn desired to secure world domination throiflth the disclaim imiiimuuii tin uwmii and the responsibility for the con fllct placed upon Russia by Rich nrd Von the German for clgn In a speech to reichatag In Berlin While declaring that what was de Hired for the German people and their nllles was a strong and infle imtulent within the bound nriew drawn for them by history the German secretary said Germany would have to decline to make any prior concessions by stating her posi Ion BB to Belgium In a way which would bind her without similarly bind ing Germanys Referring to the responsibility for tho war HH he viewed Von Kuehl inann aald I do not believe any responsible tnan in not even the emper or or the members of the imperial gov even for a moment they could win the domination of B iropo by starting this The Idea oworld domination In Earone as was proved by UoferrlnK to various grovem ments formed In the Caucaslus he said In the BreBtLHovsk having received thfe prohiltm of regain ing the districts which she lost In 1877 to the found herself obliged aulte recently by the devel opments In upper Mesopotamia to utilize line of com munication across the Adorbtjan reg ion of Persia to the Tigris In discussing the situation In the Near Von Ivuehltnqnn said In her advance from territories fall Ing to her under the peace of Brest for reasons of Ger many pushed along the left wins of her advancing troops Into region which undoubtedly could not be per manently occupied or FM chiefs of staff have discussed the matter and the Turkish advance In the Caucaslus In view of the magnitude of this war and the number of powers In cluding those from that are Its end can hardly be ex pected through purely military decis ions alone and without recourse to diplomatic said Von HAMILTON CIVIC TROUBLII June The Hamilton outside civic em are the latest to threaten a walk unless their ultimatum for an Increase of five cents an hour Is com piled with at AFTER THE WAR New Yorks Board of Education voted to dismiss Mlsfl Mary McDon a Quaker High School teacher who openly opposed the The NextofKin Association ARE HOLDING A TAG ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY JULY 1st Half Proceeds for Sailors Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local Next of Kin Tho Next of Kin ladles are counting on the generous support of the public in behalf of these two most worthy Krench seamen are requested to jolni with British marines In a boycott of Germany in a letter written to the Matin by leader the Seamen of Great The letter Includes a copy of a telegram sent by the British seamen to President Poln care which states that the British are determined to fight to thn bitter end to bring Just punishment on the It has been decided to exclude all Germans from crews and to carry no German This action Is In re taliation for thn shameful assassina tion of noncombatant Mr Wilson recalls that the British seamen some time ago decided to boy cott Germany until two years after he close of the adding one month to each additional crime against non The length of the term I of boycott now reaches sixtyeight I REGISTRARS HOUSE WAS BOMBED Bulletins OYNAMiTi EXPLODED June car of dynamite axpIMM in the railway yards at Vanhorne and Roekland thli Much famage to property was Loss of life algo BRITISH AIR June series of British raiding operations by an Independent force in which important points behind the Ger man lines were attacked and many tons of bombs is reported in an official statement AMERICAN June American advances and the cap ture of five machine guns and oth er material In the region of Chs teauThlerry were reported to day by General Pershing in his communique for German counterattack at Torcy was repulsed with heavy German Several American soldiers are misting after a raid in Lor HORRIBLE DtATH June Joseph and the father of three small employed as an electrician at the plant of the International Harves ter was crushed to death today when a fiftyton crane passed over hie It took two hours to get the remains from un der the big OLD TIMER DEAD Moose June death at yesterday if Jessie wife of Hugh one of the best known and vealthlest old timers who came o Moose Jaw before tho steel 11 The funeral will take place lere WEDNESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Large bar Wednesday Quart Bottles White or Malt Wednesday per bottle only Finest Alberta dry and Wednesday per 103 Lilac Rose Toilet per bar only Wednesday Special Cooking 5 Wednesday Opeelal Deliveries Every Hour 33c 24c lOc 25c Tins 3 tin only Wednesday Spscial Royal Crown or Lennox Soap bara Wednesday Santa Clara Large per Wednesday Special 24 Sacks Robin Hood only Wednesday Finest Large dozen Wednesday Special 50c 18c 50c AUCTION SALE ON THE 644 NINTH STREET JUNE 27 COMMENCING AT FRANK WADDINGTON FURNITURE jss ssss 1 sirs Still in the Soup Notwithstanding the fact that he had a successful sale on Glassman is not yet out of the He has some distance to travel The next step towards his release from financial trouble will be taken Wednesday AT TWO OCLOCK When the will wade in and get busy COME IN MEN A genuine chance for you to get CLOTHING REAL 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Creditors Auction Sale Tomorrow at Two oClock Wednesday June of the residence of Joseph Lhaye of Port Neuf was de mollthed about two Saturday by a Lahaye was act ing as a registrar for tffe National Registration of the Canadian man i and woman BOARD June minister o i labor has established a board ot con I dilation deal with the dispute be tween the city of am the civic YOUR CH ILD not suffer with simburn or heat rash if y5u The Superintendent of Fresh Air Camp at says We always keep a supply of ZamBuk at our Childrens We use It constantly for insect stings and as wen as for bruises and be lieve there is nothing to equal ZamBuk is especially suitable for childs tender owing to Ita purity of It contains absolutely none of the coarse ani mal fat or harsh mineral drugi found in ordinary All IRELAND ARE A REAL DANGER June Precede chief secretary speaking in the house of commons on the Irish said he hoped to satisfy the h4ttse that the German plot in Ireland was a real and imminent danger to this He said he was satisfied that both the clergy and the Nationalists had used their influence respect ively to assist in the keeping of June officers in this military district and the registrar under the Ser vice advanced different views tliis morning in reference to the state ment made yesterday made by Machin of the justice Ot that not enough recruits were ot a volunteer Slavic legion in the 1nitod States for service at the compose Of numbers of op pressed races of Austria and was approved todny by the The providing for the but excluding because of organization In France or a Polish armv was added to the iirmy appropriation bill by unanimous vote of the GREATFlTl AIM When a Man Sees a special super de luxe William FoX photodra ma founded on the Larry Evans story of The Painted which was m the Saturday Evening with the prominent William Farniim in a stir ring will be shown at Hie press theatre tonight for the last last As Luther William Farnum gives a forceful and virile Imperson ation of a rough and ready rises above his surroundings and al ways keeps in mind the boyhood teach ings ot his Arriving home from a long voyage he finds that his mother had died of a broken heart caused by her being jilted by a brutal sea captain and that his mother broken In health confides to her son the tragedy that had hap pened in his Soon after his mother and Smith reembarks on a voyage for the South Sea Isles on board a the captain of which is the one responsible for his During the Smith while reading a family Bible is berated by the captain and in a fight that worsts the master of the Smith then leaves the ship at one the South Sea With him ie left another sailor who confides to Smith that the master of the ship they had just left was man who was re sponsible for his slaters Smith vows to bring the captain to AT STARLAND A story that breathes the very es sence of the outofdoors and the charm of gypsy together with a love story of unusual interest is Sir who Is one of the three men in love with charming Hefla the hero How ho wine out although han dicapped by the temporary loss of his eyoslglil and the deep liRtred of his two makes a thrilling photo play which will linger In tho memory as a wholesome breeze from Komany The World for Sale is to be shown on Wednesday and Thursday at lRon the greatest and known more than have read It AT THE MAJESTIC THE TOP IS SCOOP OF THE SAYS MANAGER BROWN Great American Photodrama of Pat Starring Coming Friday and Manager Brown of the Majestic has scored the scoop of years motion pictures by obtaining Over the the Yilagraph special In which Arthur Guy author of the famous appears in the leading Over the Manager Urown will be shown at the Majestic for two days beginning Friday of this He is planning to make it one of the big gest events in the history of the thea and will have special decorations and music during the run of the pic Over the in book Is tho mosl widely read and probably the best known of any book published in recent Its sale is said to have Tonlgltlt and again twice on matinee and tho play that has set all America talking will be the This unusual offer Ing Is none less than The Other Mans tho new play by Victor liman nel The author lias been fearless in his denunciation of the dou ble standard of morals and that it is unjust for a man to lead twi whilst a woman stand or fall by one is sent home with dynamic No one with red blood in their and a realisation of what ix right and what Is can fail to bo benefited by seeing this Over five hundred ladies were present the matineethis and it is ihc intention of the theatre manage ment to give another ladies matinee on Wednesday Tonight ALSO MATINEE EVENING NOT A MOVING PICTURE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY STUART BLACKTON MASTER OF SCREENCRAFT PRESENTS SIR GILBERT PARKERS FAMOUS NOVEL The World For Sale WITH CONWAYTEARLE ANN LITTLE AND AN ALLSTAR YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS GREAT SIXREEL NO ADVANCE IN v ii tnimanuel Lambert THE PLAY ALL AMERICA IS TALKING ABOUT Shall a bevelled mirrors large roomy chest of five wmte enamelled beds with springs and mattress very good kitchen cab fnet kitchen table kitchen chairs washing machine sealers garden tools and a number of smaller WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE TERMS CASH PHONE 770469 Nursing Mission PURE AFRESH MILK Prom tuberculosistested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and at cost to those who ROOSA BAGGAGE TRANSFER DAY AND NIGHT See Transfer Man at Depot or phone 1869 1650 LtL v being secured in Quebec in proportion to the number Lt second in command of the military agreed with his superior General that more soldiers could be handled if the men had been Registrar Godin said that probably he depot for the English battalion ould have taken moru men than were eing but this was because the came Uv slowly as the upply was getting The French battalion pot nil it Asked if he had any thing further o add to his statement of yesterday n which it was contended that a cabal existed at Ottawa to Injure the Machin I have successfully fired I have no addition to make to my except to gay that 1 was not j Some sacrifices had to be made in order that right and Jus lice should be If not HUNS LOST TEN MACHINES IN RAID Gilbert Parkers The World for which was chosen by Stuart Black for his first release since trans ferring his activities to The scenes are laid in Canada and with the feud between two small a Woman Miistlan or Fall By Onef At Evening NOTICE Over 500 invitations were issued to married ladies this They will tell you not to miss seeing this one a French the other strongly as well as with the adventures of Max There is Character In every design we We give to every memorial stone a distinctive WP aim to impart to all our output an expression of personal interest and We are prepared to special designs and will be glad to have you call or phone us to call on Lcthbridga Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street June Reuters Ottawa dispatch from British headquarters yesterday that confirmation has been received from German sources regarding the losses of German machines in tht air raid over Lon don on May 19 and In addi tion to seven of the squadron num bering which wefe ac counted It now appears that three more crashed on It has been known for time that landing these powerful bombing machines proves very difficult In the hands of those accustomed to another type of A large number of learners have been killed by machines destroyed in German aerodromes and it Is now known that even after a long are by no means at the end of their troubles when the shores of Great Britain have been left safely 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 Free to Fifty Lucky Scat GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY MAJESTIC TWO SMASHING BIG NIGHTS GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY June 2829 THIS WEEK SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY ALBERT SMITH PRESENTS THE SUPREME SENSATION OF THE DECADE OVER THE TOP VITAGRAPHS STUPENDOUS PHOTOPLAY OF EMPEYS WONDERFUL BOOK WITH ARTHUR GUY EMPEY SUPPORTED BY A SUPERB CAST GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY Special Summer Prices all seats Saturday all seats 25c any performance lOc GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY GAUMONT GRAPHIC MEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHTWORLD PICTURES PRESENT ROBERT WARWICK AND GAIL KANE IN The False Friend CMPRESC J TONIGHT AND fcj TOMORROW A STIRRING PHOTODRAMA OF THE FOX PRESENTS William Farnum in When a Man Sees Red ;