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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta m VOLUME IX, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1916 NUMBER 51 All Agr0e That Everything Possible Must he Done to Get Men Back FromFront Some Suitable Occupations OUawa, I'Y'b. i.i. -Tin: dcsinibllily u'i giving rotui'iKMl Koklicrs �'lio mm; |iio-Ijcrly (iiiiililliid llr�t claim to ixisiUons ill llic" civil i'urvioii w�� dutialod during Ilie tdiort \V(>diU!ndiiy sittiiif; of t!i(j lioiiso. Tli�ru was no diiTereucc i>( oidnlon nmongsl tin.' iiiumiierH lo (iie I'litiiro treatment of llio' men wiio aio liKlil-iiifl to iiiiiKjild tii ? .;..;..;. BOMBARD SMYRNA London, Feb. 10.-An Atlieiis dispatch 10 the Dally .Mall .-^ays that a .S(|iiadron of French iieroplanes bonibarded Smyrna on Tiiesda.v. Twice ill tlic satnc duv did the far-nu'i'B'Jose'in iictlons hroiighl hv gi'iuii buyers cljiiniing nioiii,.s due 1hroii,i;'n tin; failuic of the iarmers lo live up �lo their contracts to sell juain. In Supreme Court WediH-'.sday uflcrnimii the ease of KUisoii Milliii;!; anil l''.le�'a-; tor Co. vs. T. \V. l)\ev of liov,- Island, . was lieard before .Mr. Justice llyndmaii. ,Iudj,nieiit v>as .nivcn anaiiist Dyer for Sl.'il'i.riil ami costs. Un :-'c,il. ;j Dyer made a coiili'acl' with Die h'.Uisoii Millinn Co. to scir lO.udii bushels of wlioal at SlJ-i, Dc tobcr deliverj-. Dyer iailcil lo deliver though a.skcil on three ililTtJ'Cnl occasions to do so, ami the milling ccin-paiiV was forced to buy in Iti.tldil liiisliels on Oct. ;it) at nn;; to protect IheinsElves on the contract, the loss occasioned thereby being SlSl'J.ati. The ease was very similar to that of Hillings and Co. vs Harris heard In th.: morning. D. 11. Klton appearril for Die l':ilison Alilliiig Co. The ile-fendaiit did not appear. ; -V.s there were no ca.ses on tln' dock-' el ready to he proceeded w ith, court was adjourned till next Tuesday. i Lieut.-Govemor Brett Supports Campaign Lli'iit.(Joveinor Brett has sent the following letter to h'rank Waddington, Honorary Secretary of tlie .special campaign /'or Red Cross Funds lo bejield heri-. as elsewhere in the iirovlnce on February 2i)tli. I'rank Wadditiglon, f'lsci.. Sir,-I am very pleased indeed to hear that the Lethhridge Red Cross Society has nndertak(!n a campaign tor raising funds on the -t'lh ol' Febriiar.v. Aly liopc is that every Red Cfos.f Society and .\uxiliavy in .\lberta will take ndvantage of lliis day to swell the funds of the society. Never in tile history of tbe Ited Cross SoL-iety have funds been more necessary, and the need will increase as tills cruel war proceeds. Under present conditions there can be no more worthy object to which we can give otir siipiiort and I have niiicli pleasure in teiidering ilie ciiizons of I.ietlibridge my sincere and hearty con-gi-alulutions on their decision lo enter ilii� cuniiiaign. Ii is one in wliieh everybody can help and 1 trust that no one will fail to do his or her iiarl. to'make Februar; �J'jili. I!iu; a banner day for giving, in ilic history of this Province. With very best wl.' the south whicli had bc-i.-n .set with Airs, llcid and family for \'ic-! ' Uiria. H. C., wliere lie will "uilcavov lo join His .Majesty's navy, yeeu by tiie Herald yesterday Mr. Held ad-iiiifteii thai he had his eye on the navy, and is iiitiU- anxious to .ioiii. 'I'lic nav> yards on the Pacific coast are al ICsqiiiiualt, aiul Air. Held hoiies i lo be able lo make arrangements! there. I Kx-Comniis.-^ioncr llcid has been ,a^ resident ol' Lellihrids^c for ten years, i and eoiiiesses that leaving Lotlibrulge iives liitii a wien- hfre. lie is a marine (:'s,giiip:n- er disaster overtook them. Who Was S'.Tioking Evidence was then given by those who were present when the lire started, but their stories were the same as those they told t!ie day following tlie lire. Mv, Pringle intimated tliat he would ask .Mr. Glass whSj^ther he was. sjiloHing or whether .Mr. Xorlli-rup or Sir Thomas Wliite wore smoking, and whether "they smoked as a habit. "Rather a delicate iiuestion," commented Sir Thomas. "Nothing is delicale tliai is pertinent lo the lire," said .Mr. Pringle. David Ewart said the contents of tho reading room and corridors were undoubtedly most intlrtiiiable. There, was no .sprinkling system in the reading room, though there were hydrants and hose nearby. Shanghai. China. Feb. 10.- Lu Chow, in tlio soutliern part of^Szo Cliuen province, has been captured by the Yunan revolutionists, according to a wire received hero today. mi lEIINGS Clieyemi?, Wyo.. Feb. 10.-.\ lone ^ liaiulit hJd UP .inii robbed 20 passeii- Paris, via London, Feb. 10. - The; artillery duel h. Iween French and Crermans is ccmtinuing in the Artois scclor, according lo an aniiouiicenieiil made bv the French war olhco today. Claim Advance E "Catch Tour pal, and join the new-platoon now being foniicii in the Kiltie I5altalioii." A new recruiting stunt has been launched by the Citizens' U;;cruiLing Committee which promises lo briiiK results. Tim committee lias been authorized io proceed witti the recruiting ol a platoon of processional and business men, including bank employees, store assistants and others. This platoon, wliicj; will consist of 58 men will remain together, and will Ottawa. Ont., Feb. 10.-'riie re-IJerlin, via Loudon, Feb. in. - The po't tiiat William H. Sliarpe, M. p. and it is possible, their own lieutenant. The schenie has been tried in Koiir more meetings at points througlioiit the district ai'o scheduled for tills, week in aid of the ricruitiii|i; campaign, for the Kilties. This even-: ing at. Tabcr, where a big smoVer is , beiiU�; held in iionor of the Kilties niul Battery boy.s from that town.^- Ihn sj oaJicis will be Capt. Leech, W. ,S. Bail and dthers. .\t ;\lagrath Ibis evening, a big' meeting is being held to be addressed hv Dr. Conybeare, S. J. Shepherd, and others.' At Cardston on Friday evening a hig meeting will be held at which other speakers from here will be in attendance. On Satuidav evening Dr. Galbraitlv and Dr. Hivtrs will speak at Granum, iiear Clarcsholiu, where an entUusias-' tic reception will he promised them. Teg Man Succumbs To Injuries in Auto Accident at Coast jicis Angeles, Calif., Feb. 10.-S, iVmi car, on the east- ciptur. from tlie French of a large for Lisgar, and .John L. Mcl.ennau, ) i :./noints with succ^^^ .,nTl shou 1 '"^ an automobile accident near Santa Prussian Losses i-'i> '"stdass papers, a.'.a thi;;ks l,e lu.tnd Inion Paeilie train No. IS, '^i^' .A'ir'Wcu'r'""'!''' S., have been a. i tl'?o , u � ^^imr'nef n^ t^^^^ Cal passed away at 0.30 ! should have little dillicul'.y ill landing last night between (irccn River, ^l"'' ^^''s an- ., !ii to ilie scnute is; iiiiiriaiiv citv. I " '^"'.''k on Wednesday night witlioutj it' - London, Feb. lu.-The .\nisterdum j Courunt states that I'russlaii casualty I lists numbered 121) lo lllil show l!i,;!"!i i dead, wounded and missing, and the Prussian lists numbered l.'Jb to 139 show IS.ivIl) dead, wounded and missing. Tottil Prussian losses are com-jiuted by this nevvspaiier as 2,;;7T,"TS. tJerman mllltaiv Tosses Include about .'l.'i.'j lists of cusiiulties of W'ui'teaibui'g forces, aiT Havarian lists, Saxon lists, no Huvy lists .and some lists con-eerntng Ciorman olllcers and noncommissioned olllcurs in llii' Turkish service, aei:ording lo the Coiiraiil. should have little diHicuPjV in landing List night between (irccn Hi a berth will, the Kmpire's uaval Wyo^, atid Uock Springs, Wyo., ac- V~ ^Vin- 'm'lr ''on'irmcri todaV; Sharpc succeeds llu^ tt is also f'^':"-s- , . , , """"^ �'-�1'?,':'^ to railroad head- '^^^J i I'-e s\m leeim wis Ve �a*'' Senator is-irchofler, and McLen- crican plato On Sitiidav afternoon ast, the fiiiartcrs iiere. The robber cscafed by -^'-"^n". i" i'.-'- i^^nie legion was ic- , ^pn.,ini. iv-Pd in tbe Mic.x Big Brolhers elasi presented lea-.ung from the train when n,', ta'^en south oi the Smnme river. The ^-^^0 .Senatot McKai � ued in U^^^ .;......:4.i? _ ^ 1.1 1 _ *� , , .1....... ..........._____1 , . , _____ . I'rcticll Hainei , ton Ul l n ., U11U1 - lia\U ,1 noiinced bv Ihi Ourman army head- "PPni"t"il t'O the senate is omeially conlirmcri today. Sharpc succeeds the BALTIC REACHES NEW YORK New York, Feb. 11.-The White Star liner fJaltic arrived liere yesterday with only twenty-five imssengers in her steerage and !�;{ in the. llrsi and second cabins. Kuc him witlV a gold lociiel and watch ahir/n was spread to olher cars. A fob, suitably eiu;ravcd. Mv. Reid ha's P ),i !iji,ijiiiipi�Mwi>,i,-, SIR HORACE SMlTH-DORRierTj Who lotlios trom oowinanil 'or W British forces in East Afrloa, \x>^h buccoeded by Gen. OlirlsUan -SBVut minlstor ol war lu Ui'q BptUn go^er meut. - ^ 74 ;