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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 15)18 THE LETHBRIDC.E DAILY HERAL� PAGE FIVE HIS MISSION IjOiuloii, .luno 2fi.-Koroti-sky'ii nilKslou in KiikIuikI uikI tli I'"' liiinn-i/.aii(,ii (V' a .sinni^ iiia'us I l'inoi i(uis. II was to lie.expected thai, ,1. Stuarl ... ,,. , iMackton. having pooled his uuiin.itcd I^,,;.^ ^r:.^;,,,!^",!;;;":.;;;:.;:';;";, The *'Next-of-Kin" Association ARE HOLDING A TAG DAY ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1st Hall Proceeds for Sailors' Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local "Next oH Kin" The "N"exl of Kin" ladles are counting on the generous support of the public in behalf oC these two most worthy objects. 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 s�fid oak,.comprising massive sideboard with heavy bevelled minors; round ox-lending dining table and sol of six chairs with leather seats; a pair of heavy den chairs in mission oak upholstered In solid leather; lounge ciiair in mission oak, leather seat and back, adiustable: occasional table In mission oak; three oak dressers with oval bevelled mirrors; large roomy cliest of flva drawers; two white enamelled beds with springs and mattress; very good kitchen cabinet; Idtcheu laiilc; kitchen chairs; washing machine; liealors; garden tools; and a number of smaller items. "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" TERMS CASH PHONE 770-469 TONNAGE LOSS Washington, June 26.-Allied and neutral shipping sunk by German U-boats during the first twenty-eight days in May totalled 333,639 gross tons, according to estimates made by the Navy Department today. AUCTION SALE of FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ON FRIDAY NEXT AT 2,30 There will be siJhl: Piano cased organ by Karn, In Al order; handsonio morris chair leather cushion, seal and buck;, very (ini* brass bod complete with coll springs and felt mattress; massive den eiialr in mission oak, leather upholstery in oak; small rocker, leather seated; mission oak chUfonior and dressing table to iiinlch; Congoleum sfiuuros; occasional tables; lounge eliulrs; droBsors and stands; EDISON DIAMOND POINT PHONOGRAPH with I'.'f records; iJisc gramophone, about J5 records; kitchen cupboard; cots and maliress; brass mounted lied complete; dress form; kitchen chairs; extensioii couch; splendid washing machine; Kldrldge sowing muChiiio ii> good order and n'tmorous smaller items. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAV 7,00 TO 9.09. TERMS CASH PHOI^ES 770--469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" TURKESTAN MOVE Amsterdam, June 26.-Advices from Moscow received here today says that Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, a younger broth;r of former Emperor Nicholas, is at the head of a movement in Turkestan favoring the separation of that territory from Russia. RATIFY PROHIBITION Atlanta, Ga., June 26.- The Georgia legislature today ratified the Federal Prohibition constitutional amendment. Georgia Is the twelfth state to ratify the amendment. ICHIN'S CUSE mi WiE Ottawa. .June 2ii 'i'iiere will be no government statcmeiil relating to the interview given li.v i,t. Col. Machin, director of mililuiy service al .Montreal before Wednesday. An Ot'ficia! ilitimation to this cffoct was given to iTlie Canadian Tress. f'ol. iMuchiu arrived lierc from Montreal shortly after seven o'clo(;k and proceeded to tlie orficc of Hon. C. J. Dohorty. minister of justice. He was subsequently in conference with K, L. Newcombe. depuiy minister of justice. Col. Machin's action in giving out, a critical interview was. it is understood, under ronsideration today, but there is not as yet any indication oC what the developments are likely to I)e. If is protiablo lliat the government's line of action has not yet been definitely decided upon. WORSE ? ? ? London, June 26.-The internal situation in Austria-Hungary continues to be disturbed intensely, according to the correspondent'of the Dally Mail at Annemasse, an the Franco-Swiss Frontier, who claims to have authentic sources of information. Under date of Monday he says that the strikes in Hungary are extending. The telegraph and post offices are woi'king badly. The unrest, he said, generally has a Bolsheviki and anti-military, character. Innumerable deserters from the army are taking part'and in certain parts of the country these men are forming robber bands. In Budapest a revolutionary strike is in progress. The food question In Austria has not improved and the correspondent says it Is not improbable, despite Germany's help, that the entire country is slowly starving, .> .: .;. .;. .;. ON CHANGE OF MURDER OF A POLICEMAN. Winnipeg, luno 25,-A irue bill was fduiul by the grand jury this morning against Piiii-ip J-ohnsdn, John SI,olk and I'^anlc Sjllivaiijt. accused of murdering IJ.' w. Snnwclon, a Winnipeg policeman, on April a. The case is pi'oceeding. V ^ : > ? f. : : : C.P.R.MINISTS EJAWSME .Moose Jaw. .Tune 2I>.-Machinists, i specialists and helpers of the. C.P.U. here and at all illvlsiou points in Saskatchewan nnit work this morning. They declared a general sympathetic strike in connection with the walk-1 out in Winnipeg, ,They will remain out, according to Lee Abbey, district representative of the machinists, until the CP.R. concede to tlie request of the Winnipeg machinists in the removal of an employee who has been the cause of miicli dlssentlon in the ! Weston shops. ... has b�on Uf4 mn4 endorsed by such msn �s Hen. Leslie M. Sliaw, former tecrefery ' of the Treasury and Ci-Oevemer ellawe ;Forfner UniledklalesSena- I R NUXATED UNuxatedlron lner�a�*s Blrvntlh d�lieal�, narveuc, run-iown p**-pie In two wMks* llm*^ In many A T Eel Ws story is one that, while dealing witli a delicate subject, liaiidles it in a manner wliicli serves the purpose without being morbid, it deals with the life story of two girls, who have had considerable ex-liciience a,M women of the world. One of these, -N'ollie Itamsgate, renounces tile old life and weds one George UanVsgate, prosperous lawyer, N'eilie's former pal in the Tenderloin district, one Vera Hampton. (Dorothy La Vorn) appears on the scene and. envious of N'eilie's wedded liapiiiness, also re-; nounces the old life and remains with ' .Veliie as a guest, Ramsgate's brother. Richard, comes onto tiio sitene. He has been a bad one