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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JINK 25, THE LKlflBRIIJGE, DAILY .HERALD PAGE FfVi-, SCOUTS IDEA M FIGHT FOR A 111 31.0 i'd ii 111, .Iiiiio 2h.-Oei'iminy'H Nviir iiliiiH wum brlctly net forth, the liloii Hint hUo cIcbIi'oiI to soc.uro worlii (loiiiliiuHon throi^li (lio war, (llscliiliii-f'i\, iiiut the rosponHlblllty for tlie con-flirt iiliicod upon IluBslii by Or. Rich-, Ri'ii Voii Kiiolilmann. the Oermnii for-i'lgii Kucrotary. in n upeech to the rcichatag In Berlin yesterday. WhilH (lecliirlng that what wan tie-Hired for the German people and their uUlca was "a free, strong and Inde-IKMulctit existence," witliln (he bound-iiricK drawn tor them "by history" I ho Gcrniun Hocretai-y- said Germany would have to decline to malto any prior conccHslons hy Htatlng her poal-llloii as to Belgium In a way which iwould bind her without similarly bind-InK Germany's enemies. RerorrlnR to the resDonslbility for the war as he viewed it. Von Kuehl-niaiin Raid: "I do not baliovo any resnopalble man in Germany, not oven the emperor or the momber.s of the Imperial gov- they could win the domlnat-ion ot {Siir'opc by BtartlnK this war. The idea of world damtnatlon in Europe Ih Utopian, as was proved by Napolcoii." I HoferrinK to the various govem-iiiciUH formed Ui the CnucaslUH refilou. he Haid: "Turkey, In the Bresl-Lltovak treaty, liiiving recoived the promiao ot regaining the dl.strlots which she loat In 1877 to the Ruaslana, found hcrsfllf obliged Uullo recently by the strategic developments In upper Mesopotamia to atlli-/.e Batum-TabrIz-.Iulfa line of enm-mnnlcatlon across the Adorhijau region of Persia to the Tigris Valley," In dlseuBsing the situation In the Near East, Dr, Von Kuchlmann said: "111 her advance from territories falling to her under the peace ot Brest- , IJtovHk, for reasons of safety, Ger ! ' many pushed along the left "^vlng of | her advancing troops Into region? ' which undoubtedly-could 'not bo per-i manently occupied or anne., > i' ? : ? : ? > � ? : ? > �: ? ? � eminent, even for a moment believeifl-who openly opposed the war. AFTER THE WAR New York's Board of Kdtication voted to dismiss JUS'S .Mary McDon-ell, a Quaker High School teacher The "Next-of-Kin" Association ARE HOLDING A TAG DAY ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY NEXt, JULY 1st Half Proceeds for Sailors' Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local "Next ol Kin" The "Next of Kin" ladles arc counting on the generous supiiort ot the public in behalf of these two most worthy objects. Paris. June 2n.-(Havas Agency) - French seamen are requested to join with British marines in a boycott of Germany In a letter written to the Matin hy J. U. Wilson, loader of the Seamen of Great Britain. The letter Includes a copy of a telegram sent by the British seamen to Pre'sldoiit Poln-care which states that the British are determined to fight to the bitter end to bring "Just punishment on the Boache." It has been decided to exclude all Germans from crews and to carry no Gorman goods.' This action Is in retaliation for the "shiimeful a.s.sassfiiH-tion of 15.000 non-combatant seamen." Mr. Wilson recalls that the British Kcamcm some time ago decided to boycott Germany until two years after the close ot the war, adding one month to each nddltloniil crime against non-coDibalauts. The length ot the term of boycott now reaches sixty-eight months. Bulletins DYNAMITE EXPLODED Montreal, June 25.-A car of dynamite exploded In the railway yards at Vanhorne and Rocklnnd Av�nue, this afternoon. Much damage to prbpeKy was reported. Loss of fife was also feared. WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS bar BRITISH AIR RAIDS. London, June 25.-A series of British raiding operations by an independent a'lr force In which important points behind the German lines were attacl.-The minister of labor ha.s eatahlished a board ot conciliation to deal with the dispute between the city of Victoria, B.C., and the civic employees. HORRIBLE DEATH Hamilton, Ont?, June 26.- Joseph Hesketh, 35, married, and the father of three small children, employed as an electrician at the plant of the International Harvester Company, was crushed to death today when a fifty-ton crane passed over hi* body. It took two hour* to get the remains from under the big crane. with charming i-'leda Druse, the heroine. How lie wine out iilthougli handicapped by ilie temporary Ioks of his all I m t\tt ai I n cy<^slgllt anil the deep luitreil oL' his V A If I LI IM Kl I V '�'^���'l^- i".ik"� a thrilling photo- il MV I 111 III 11 I il "�'''<�'' ilnsfr in the memory VUn 1 WlaU Uli 11 UtUi as a flagrant wliolesonie breeze from Konmny Itself. "The World for Sale" ASashlngton, June l'u.--Organi7,alion ,,e ^hown on Wednesday ?J volunteer "Slavic legion" in the Thur.sday at Stailand. Inited States for service at the _____ wlio Is one ol' the three men in love ] Ihmmi the gn-atCKt nnd it ie; kiiciwn more Ihnii ;',,()ini.iiftii Ikivc read IL front, composed ot members of op-lirossod races ot Austria and (Jermany, was approved today by the senate. The amendment providing for the legion, but excluding Poles, because ot organization In France or a Polish army was added to the $lL',00O,O0n,000 army appropriation hill hy unanimous vote ot the senate. AT THE MA.IESTIC "OVER THE TOP" IS SCOOP OF THE YEAR, SAYS MANAGER BROWN Great American Photodrama of Patriotism, Starring Empey, Coming Friday and Saturday. AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 644 NINTH STREET S. THURS. NEXT, JUNE 27 COMMENCING AT 2.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON IS INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Handsome dining suite in solid oak. comprising massive sideboard with heavy bevelled mirrors; round extending dining table and set of six chairs with leather seats; a pair of heavy den clialrs in mission oak upholstered In solid leather; lounge chair in mission oak, leather seat and back, adjustable; occasional table,in mission oak; three oak dressers with oval bevelled mirrors; large roomy chest of five drawers; two white enamelled beds with springs and mattress; very good kitchen cabinet; kitchen table; kitchen chairs; washing machine; sealers; garden tools; and a number of smaller items. "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" TERMS CASH , PHONE 770-469 YOUR CH ILD �wlU not suffer with Bitnburn or heat rash if ydu use.iir.m-Buk..' The Superintendent of S.A.Fresb Air Camp at Clnrkson's, OnL, says: ''We always kegp a supply of Zam-Buk at our Children's Camp. We use It constantly for sunburn. Insect stings and bites, as wcfl aa lor cuts, bruises and sores, and believe there Is nothing to equal it." Zam-Buk is especially suitable for a child's tender skin, owing to its purity of composition. It contains bsolutely none of the coarse anl-tnal tat or harsh mineral drugs found in ordinary ointments. All dealers, EOc. box. OLD TIMER DEAD Mooae *Jaw, Juno 20.-The death occurred at Victoria. H. C. yesterday ot Mrs. Jessie Ferguson, wife ot Hugh Fergu.son. one of the best known and wealthiest old timers here, who came to Moose Jaw before dm C. P. H. steel in 1883. The funeral will take place here Saturday. HUN PLOTS IN REIANDAREA REAL DANGER London, June 25.- (Precede commons)-Edward Shortt, chief secretary,for Ireland, speaking in the house of commons on the Irish question, said he hoped to satisfy the helise that the German plot In Ireland was a' real and imminent danger to this country. He said he was satisfied that both the clergy and the Nationalists had used their influence respectively to assist in the keeping of peace. -- GREAT FEATURE AT THE EMPRESS 'ronigliL and again twici; im Wrd-nefdiiy, iiiatinur and iiiglit. the ]t\i\y Unit has sot all .Wiicrlcji talking will he the attracLioii. Tliis unu.siuil ofl'i'i-ing la nunc less than "Tlin Other Miui'a Wife," the new play liy \'!rtor l'.'iiia;i-aiul ) iiel hnmbcrt. The aiulior has lici-n fearlcHH in liis denunciation of the iloii-lile Htandaril of moralu and the lCHf-:oii i tlial il is unjust for a man to load Iwn ] Uvea, whilst a woman mnst stand oi-1 full by one is sent liaiiie willi dynamic ' force. .\() one with red blood in llicir I veins, iind a realtr-atiim ot wlial is i right anil wli:it i.s wnnig, can fail to ! he benefitted hy seeing tliLs play, over five hundred ladies were present at the matinee lliiw afternoon, and il is liic intention of tlic Ihoatro management to give another ladies' matinee Still in the Soup! Notwithstanding the fact that he had a successful sale on Saturday, Glassman is not yet out of the woods. He has some distance to travel yet. The next step towards his release from financial trouble will be taken Tomorrow, Wednesday Nursing Mission PURE RESH MILK Prom tuberculosis-tested cows -.\nyone requiring such milk for babies may do so dally. The milk is tree to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to those who can. s MACHIN CHARGES "Vv'hcn a .Man Sen."! Ited,' a siieclal super de luxe William Fox photodrama founded on the Larry ICvans story of "The Painted Lady." which was in tlie Saturday Kvenlng Post, with the prominent William l-'arnum in a stirring role, will be sliown at tlio l':m-press theatre tonight for the last last time. As Luther Smith, William Farnuni gives a forceful and virile impersonation of a rough and ready sailor, rises above his surroundings and always keeps in mind the boyhood teachings ot his mother. Arriving honje from a long voyage he finds that his mother had died of (ia broken heart caused by her being jilted by a brutal sea captain and that his mother broken In healtli coiifidct; to her son the tragedy that had happened in his absence. Soon after his mother dies, and Smith re-embarks on a vByage for the South Sea Isles on board a vessel, the captain ot which is the one responsible for Ills sititcr'a death. During the voyage. Smith while reading a family Bible is berated by the captain and in a fight that ensues, worsts the master ot the ship. Smith then leaves the ship at one of the South Sea Isles. With him is left another .sailor who confides to Smith that the master ot the ship they had just left was the man who was responsible for his sister's death. Smith vows to bring the captain to justice, i ! Manager Hrown of tlie Majestic - i Theatre, has scored the scoop of years ; .... , ,, . ' in motion pictures by obtaining "Over j "'^ \\ cihiesday altcrunon the Top.' the Vitagraph special in ! ' ^= which Sergeant Arthur Guy Kinpey, | author of the famous book, appears in | the leading role. "Over the Top," | Manager Brown announces, will he : shown at the .Majestic for two day.s | beginning l''rlday of thiri week. He is | planning to make it one of the biggest events in the history of the theatre, and will liave special decorations and music during tliu run of the picture. "Over the Top," in book form, is; the most widely read and probably the ; best known ot any book published in i recent years. Its sale is said to have! ^ Tonight ALSO WED. MATINEE & EVENING NOT A MOVING PICTURE AT TWO O'CLOCK When Waddington, the auctioneer, will wade in and get busy again. ' COME IN CROWDS, MEN ! A genuirie chance for you to get CLOTHING REAL CHEAP. CLASSMAN'S, 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Creditors' Auction Sale Tomorrpw at Two o'Clock (Wednesday) L. H. ROOSA BAGGAGE TRANSFER / DAY AND NIGHT See Transfer Man at Depot or phone 1869 165-0 Montreal, June 25.-Commanding officers in this military district and the registrar under the Military Service Act, advanced different views this morning in reference to the statement made yesterday made by Lt. Col. Machln of the justice department, Ottawa, that not �nough recruits were being secured in Quebec in proportion to the number available. tit. Col. Piche. second in command ot the military dlstTlct, agreed with his superior officer. General Wilson, that more soldiers could be bandied it tlie men had been called. Registrar Godin said that probably the depot for the English battalion could have taken moru men than were being sent, but this was' because the Englisli"recruits camo In-slowly as the supply was getting oxliausted. The French battalion pot all it wanted. Asked it he had any thing further to add to his statement of yesterday in which it was contended that a cabal existed at Ottawa to injure the Hon. C. J. Dohcrty, Lt. Col. Macliin said: "I have succeBsfulIy tired myself. I have no addition to make to my .stato-mont, except to gay that I was not j mlBlnformed. Some Baerlficea had to be made in order that right and justice should be known, if not done." AT STaRLaNT) A siory that breaihe.s the very essence, ot the ont-ot-doprs and the charm of gypsy lore, together with a love story of unusual interest is Sir Gilbert Parker's "The World for Sale." I^vhich was chosen by J. Stuart Black-ton for his first release since transferring his activities to Paramount. The scenes are laid {41 Canada and dealt with the feud between two small townships, one a l-Yeneh Canadian, tlio other strongly lOnglisli, as well aa with the adventuree ot iMax Ingolby, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY J. STUART BLACKTON MASTER OF SCREENCRAFT PRESENTS SIR GILBERT PARKER'S FAMOUS NOVEL "The World For Sale" WITH CONWAY TEARLE ANN LITTLE AND AN ALL-STAR CAST. YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS GREAT SIX-REEL FEATURE, NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. mEOIHEIi vuiur criimanuel Lambert THE PLAY ALL AMERICA IS TALKING ABOUT Ladies' Matinee At 2.30 .... Evenhig Prices Wednesday, ^Qj, . . 50c, 75c, $1,00 NOTICE Over 500 invltstions were lainiud to married ladies this afternoon. They will tell you not to miss seeing this play. HUNS LOST TEN MACHINES IN RAID There is Character in every design we erect. We give to every memorial stono a distinctive Individuality. We aim to Impart to all our output an expression of personal interest and sympathy. Wo are proparod to submit, special designs and win bo glad to have you call or phono UB to call on you. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works - R. Needs, Prep. 8th Street ||i London, June 25.-(Via Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-A dlipatch from British heaidquarter* yesterday says that confirnfatlori has ' been received from German sources regarding the losses of German . machines In the air raid over London on May 19 and 2^. In addi-v tlon to seven of the squadron num- , bering twenty, which wefe accounted for, it now appears that three more machines crashed on landing. It has been known for stfme time that landing these powerful bombing machines proves very difficult (In the hands of those accustomed to another type of %nachlne. A large number of learners have been killed by machines destroyed in German aerodromes and It Is now known ^that even experts, after a long *flight, are by no means at the end of their troubles when the shores of Great Britain hava been left safely behind. ORPHEUM TONIGHT GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY Londonian Belles IN "TOO MUCH MUSTARD" Another Long I..augh With Smn"rt Songs-Also WILLIAM FARNUM IN A WM. FOX FIVE REEL FEATURE. WEDNESDAY PRIZE NIGHT FIFTY VALUABLE PRIZES Given Awa,y Free to Fifty Lucky Seat Holders. MAJESTIC TWO SMASHING BIG NIGHTS FRL-SAT., June 28-29 (THIS WEEK) SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY ALBERT E. SMITH PRESEN'TS THE SUPREME SENSATION OF THE DECADE 'OVER THE TOP VITAGRAPH'S STUPENDOUS PHOTOPLAY OF EMPEY'S WONDERFUL BOOK WITH SERGT. ARTHUR GUY EMPEY HIMSELF, SUPPORTED BY A SUPERB CAST GO OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY Special Summer Prices Nights, a!! seats . \......50c Saturday Matinee, all teats 25c Children, any performance 10c miBBIIIHHI^SBI^milBNBBIBH  GO / OVER THE TOP WITH EMPEY COMEDY GAUMONJ GRAPHIC LAST TIMES TONIGHT-WORLD PICTURES PRESENT ROBERT WARWICK AND GAIL KANE "The Falsi Friend" PHOTODRAMA OF THE SEA, WM. FOX PRESENTS T^MDDElCn A STIRRING PHC K-?o.a5r,^N - William Farnum in'*When a Man Sees Red" TOMORROW By Larry Evansi from his Saturday Evening Post story "The Painted Lady." Supor-derluxo picture founded on a wl-l* ly-read short story-a ploluro vunnlng the gamut of Uuiuuu omotltjns. Also lutest curi-eut events und L-KQ Kouiodyi n 31730?39 ;