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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 3VLV 1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEIULD PAGE FIVE Only Six of the Canadians Have Probably Survived July following Hit of names Canadian andmen who sailed from England on the last voyage of the hospital ship Llandovory has been received from overseas by the militia depart ft issued by the acting min Ister of Martin This list Is subject to as it is possible that some or the staff ob tained leave of absence when the ship docked at Halifax and did return with it to The Llandovery Castle was staffed from the other side and the list given below comprises the names ofthose who sailed from Eng It is as follows Colonel Howard MacDonald Major Qustavus Mltcheli Davis Cap tain James Enright Captain Wils Button Captain Arthur Vin cent Leonard Captain George Luther Sills Captain Chaplain Donald George Sister Christina Campbell Nursing Sisters Carolina Josephine Douglas Nursing Sister Alexla Dassault Nursing Slater Minnie Porgert Nursing Sister Kath arine Gallaghei1 Nursing Sister Jesse MacDermidNursing Sister Mary Agnes McKenzie Nursing Sister Rena MacLean Nursing Sister MacBelle Sampson Nursing Sister Gladys Irene Hare Nursing Sister Anne Irene Stamers Nursing Sister Jean Temple man Nursing Sister Acting Matron Margaret Praser 33365 Jackson 34408 Acting Staff Herbert Harry Evans 2098 Acting Daniel Brown Acting Lance Albert Dawson 645 609 Robert Douglas Falconer 770053 James Hannah 524248 George Harvey 34630 Francis Lafontatne 636451 John Anderson 421035 Hubert Angus 467562 John Cooper man 644708 Vlciot Sanders 9194B Kolby Robeson 944451 George Edward Nash Harley Clifton 50879 John Baton 527999 Walter Harry Sanders 531477 Walter Brame well Sucre 213382 Russell ONeill 530277 Edward Moore McPhcrson 2098858 Hugh McDonald 400771 Rob ert Stein John Albert ftplttall 03676 David Radcllffe Smuck 524307 Lewis Shlpinnn f36 249 Clement George Scrlbner 86272B Frederic Jacob Orvil Sayrae 536403 Robert Andrew Sanderson 418833 Livingstone Dunlop 530338 David William Duffle 536282 Kenneth Daley 81693 Hprbert Patton 5008 John Piircelf 523324 Percy Rich ard 524579 Alfred Renyard 525169 John Rogers 50972 Hugh Bonnell 524309 Burgess Bloomfield 526511 Neville Raymond Stevenson Carter 636231 Frederick Clark 530023 Walter Cowle 522922 Wilfrid Howie Gem meli Albert Baker 33281 Frank Barker 02568 John Arthur Bentley 526600 James Murray 536 236 Frank Chandler Williams 50946 James Benedict Folfey 535449 Wilfrid Laurence James 195880 Robert Gar ma Kelly 530063 Robert Williams 1390 Frederick Davis Pollard 406310 Clifford Hoiklns 536276 Harry Harrison 33354 Matthew Henry Har lock 51098 Harry Sutherland 536448 William Clark 962 William Frederick Gates 6815 Sidney Isaac 526671 John Henry Curtis 635505 Mycr Phillip Goldberg 33079 Bertram Harris 525545 John Porter 521017 Benjamin Yorke Bonner 524507 James Freder ick Bristow 529605 Joseph Bwart Moofe 526674 Frederick Leo McAnally 527654 Ernest Crosby Smith 527674 Andrew The Survivors following landed safely Major Thomas Lyon 528654 Knight 536437 Taylor 536288 Hick man 522907 Cooper 69 Hope to Settlement of The Matters In 10 HELP SAVEJMSTOCK Will Do AH Possible to Help Take Care of Live July Duncan minister of agriculture for has announced that in view of the serious shortage of feed for cattle and sheep his department was the admiral At the i undertaking an active campaign of in July the representatives of the railway companies and of the Federated Trades in confer ence with members of the govern a view to reaching a settlement of the matters In dis Fifty thousand railway employ it Is are affected by the demands for increased wafe ec They include shop boiler and do not include the operating The men have no tified the railway war board that they must have a final answer by two oclock No Indication has yet been given when the threatened striks will begin In the event of no conclusion being reach While full agreement between the railway companies and the men was not reached at this morn Ings with members of the confidence Is ex pressed that a settlement will be TEtlSOFIRK OF Ul FORCES July that tho press had emphasized the fact that American troops had been brigaded the British and Admiral the celebration said he wanted to call attention to the fact that for nearly a year all the American naval forces in European waters had been brigaded with British and other allied A majority of the des troyers from the United States had serving under the military direc tion of a British admiral for more than a Others werje serving with In the Many destroyersand other vessels under French command and sub marine chasers were in the American dreadnoughts had been serv ing under the commander in cbief of the Grand is said Admiral to state that the reason for thishas no connection with the com petence of the admirals to direct their From the very beginning It was established as an inflexible pol icythat unity of command and direc tion was a jjrime requisite for sue present time allies are sinking submarines faster than they are being built and building ships faster than they are being Admiral Sims concluded It is idle to prophesy how long the war will The only definite statement that can be made Is that it will last until Germany is thoroughly Performed Duty E The American he small compared to the united nayal but they had performed tueirduties tothe satisfaction of their supreme Americas naval not at an although she has In tUuopenn waters 250 3000 officers and men serving in all theEuropean The coming year more than three times the present number of destroyers will he fighting with the more than 150 supmar ine chasers will1 be in the war More than half of them are here The submarine situation has been FRONT fFK NATURE Italian Army July fighting that is In progress along the lower roaches of the Piave is as severe as was that of last week in fhis where sand and water are everywhere under foot and clumps of tall growing grasses are To add to the difficulties rain and wind storms occasionally swept over the At four points the Italians attacked the Austrian position in this region along a front of eight In this comparatively small stretch no less thtin 12 temporary bridges thrown across by the Auetrlans were destroy ed by airplanes dropping small bar rels of burning oil upon The Italian infantry are frequently seen at a short distance away calmly waiting while the bridges are attack ed from the ilie troops then be ing thrown against the remaining Aus About the most violent resistance displayed by any of the enemy troops is that of the Bosnians and Herze govinians on this who are still wearing thejr picturesque As the Italians advance they are the dead among those already stripped by their There are other who as eoon as they are taken prisoner and find themselves safe within the Ital ian lines cry Down with AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT THE SEVEN SWANS SPECIAL COMEDIES SATURDAY MATINEE A8 USUAL quiry as to methods of relieving the situation and preventing anything in the shape of undue liquidation Of Meyers in FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Rolls Circus Brand Toilet Papers Sale 5 1 tins Sale per tin Packets Per packet Fruit Jar quart Sale I 3 dozen Quart Bottles White or Malt Vinegar Sale per bottle 2 size tins Sale 3 tins Small tins Carnation Evaporated Sale Oyl 3 tins Deliveries Every Hour Finest Japan Whole Sale Per lie Robin Hood Rolled Sale Hudson Bay Loose Sale per Cream of Sale Price Large Bars Castile Sale Price 48c 25c 30c Phone 313 II TOAFFECTTROOPS July Judgment of the Alberta court of ac cording to a statement issued here will not be permitted to affect the custody or moving of The appeal which the min ister of justice has taken to the supreme it Is further an will be prosecuted with the utmost BANK The minister stated that Mey superintendent of tile schools of who has hart charge and direction of the greater production campaign would be In charge the inquiry and would utilize the men who have been doing the greater produc tion work for this The men located in the districts that are suf fering from drouth immediately cover their territory by motor and see the livestock men and find out what they The purpose of tha department is to put these in possession of information that will enable them to secure land either for grazing or for cutting of hay and the department is particularly desir ous that all men who havo either cattle or sheep and require feed will make their wants known immediately to the departments agents for great er production in peculiar local this case what the department wants is specific information as to just what is If an owner of livestock is prepared to arrange for the cutting and putting up of bay the department will endeavor to locate hay land for If he wishes to movo his pasture land will be located and if he wishes to dispose of any part of his livestock the de partment will endeavor to put him in touch with buyers in such1 a man ner as to conserve all the useful breeding British Headquarters In July Reuters Ottawa fewer than fourteen leading German who were credited with a total of 363 vic have been killed or captur ed Including Baron Richt for whom eighty victories were Max thirtysix Von twentyeight German bombing organizations have also lost The killed and captured Include Captain comrnander of the socal led England Week ending 530 Same period last year What the Press Agents Sag mother seventeen years ago when sho was a tiny will meet her parent at the Empress Theatre to morrow during the performance of A Mothers Hall Is the laughter of a Southern man and a Northern Upon the death of her husband Hall went where she was married to an English For years she apparently forgot the of the child of her first Her second husband disappeared after an exploafon on the British battle front and the former Hall returned to America to learn that her daughter had grown Into a beautiful The meeting of the mother and daughter has been arranged by Manager Han sen of the Empress Tonight Harry Carey will be seen In The Phantom Riders and other good AT EMPRESS THEATRE TO BE SCENE OF RECONCILIATION Ella who was deserted by her AT STARLAND Long years hence the Spirit of 17 will be recalled with a thrill that cannot be expressed in Whether we cross over there or whether we remain at stead fastly and determinedly doing our the spirit that has aroused this great nation and sent its men and its money to fight for the worlds future will and the men and the women of the future will turn to It is but natural that this spirit should bo reflected in the the the screen and the life of and so it is in Judge Willis Browns hew photoplay in which clever Jack Pickford is starring at the Starland Friday and Saturday Marguerite Clark will appear in her very latest Paramount picture The Seven This Is Miss Clarks annual offering to kids of all being nothing more or less than a whimsi fantastic fairy tale adapted from one of Hans Andersons by Director Searle The excellent cast includes William Augusta Daisy and the handsome Richard Barthelmess as the Prince Nursing Mission PURElPRESH MILK From 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 SPENCES AUTO LIVERY Phones Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN LETHBRIDQE HOTEL CLOSED CAR uxunous THE REGISTRATION REPULSED THEM July of three enemy raiding parties which attempted to reach the American in the Votges was reported today in General Pershings com munique for Intense artillery activity on both sides northwest of ChauteaUThierry was DENY REPORT OF SUB OFF HALIFAX July view of reportspublished in the Un ited States that a ship had been torpedoed by a submarine off the Canadian censor today sent this mess age to the committee on public information Our naval authorities have no information to warrant the statement that any ship has been sunk or even attacked by 0 by enemy submarines ID the vicinity of Halifax or on the routes leading to that July satisfactory results in connection with the regis tration of the man and woman power of Canada have been accord ing to Senator who issued his first statement of returns from various constituencies in which the work had been completed this Robertson said re turns were somewhat slow in coming due to the fact that registrars have been instructed to permit provin cial organizations desiring information with reference to agricultural pros pects to extract this informaton be fore sending the cards to Already the registration board hag secured the names of thousands of persons willing to give assistance in agricultural particularly about and during harvest This infor mation is available for use without waiting for the tabulation of the cards in the capital and it is expected that sreat assistance will he afforded in obtaining the needed farm The government keenly appreciates the splendid service given by thous ands of volunteers as well as the spirit of patriotism displayed bythe public generally in complying with the registration Untexed The Government is paying out insurance on the lives of 70 marines killed in THE PRODUCTION EXTRAORDINARY JUT TONIGHT LJ ONLY Carey in The Phantom Riders Alap Comedy and Weekly Latest Tomorrow ELLA HAUL In A MOTHERS This is Mis Halls LA8T TIMES TONIGHT JESSE LASKY PRESENTS JACK PICKFORD IN FLIRTING WAYS CARTOON THE SPIRIT OF 17 War is demanding of those at home many With the new taxes in force we must pay more unless we smoke less it costs us more to ride in the railway sleeper and parlor car our tea and coffee have gone up at the grocers and the salary that enables us to pay the butcher and baker and moving picture maker is pared down by income and business Those who were inclined to grumble a little at soon stopped in for the war is A willing hand and a stiff upper lip are expected of every man at as well as of the boys who are doing the actual What if it does cost more to more to more to more to dress There are some things which a tax cannot of the BEST things in for the shave a man gives of the joys of simple The man who starts the day with a Gillette shave pays only the price of the No tax reaches that Lets be thankful that what a man does for himself and will forever be free from Gillette shaving does not cost in six months what it is worth day and every The velvet chin is an asset in business it is a real support to the stiff upper and the man who owns a Gillette will never miss his morning shave though he has only four minutes for that exceedingly pleasant The Gillette is equally essential to the man who bears the brunt of war and the man who bears the burden of the The selection of a particular stylo and case may well be left until a comparison is made of the various Gillette sets at Drug or Jewelry Prjces range from five GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR OF Offac and Factory 6573 Abxandir 34 ;