Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918 THE LETHBRroCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE V Only Six of the Canadians Have Probably Survived Ottawa, July 4.-'The followlnK list of namea pt,Canadian ottlccrs, N. C. O." and'inon who Balled from England on the last voyago of the hospital ship Llandovery Castle, has boon focfilvcd from overseas by tlie n\llltla dopart-mont. U waB Isatind by the uctlng minister of mlHtia, Hon. Martin Burrell. This list Is subject to revisions, as It is possible that sonio of the staff ob| Frederic Jacob OrvU Sayrae; talncd leave of absence when the ship ~ . docked at Halifax and did not ret\irn �with It to England. The lilandovory Castle was slatted from the other side and the list given below comprises the names of "those who sailed from England. It la as follows: Lt. Colonel Howard MncDonald: Wajor Guatavus MItcheli Davis; Captain AVni. James Knright; Captain Wlls A. Hutton; Captain Arthur Vincent Leonard; Captain Georpo Luther Sills; Hon. Captnlu Chaplain Donald Oeorco -MacPhall - Nursing Sister Christina Campbell; Nurslnff Sister.') Carolina Josephine Douglas; Nursing Sister Alexia Dussault; NursinK Sister Minnie Forgort; Nursing Sister Katb-orine Gallagher; Nursing Sister Jesse SI. MacDermld; Nursinf; Sister Mary Agnes McKenzic; Nursing Sister Rona MacLoan; Nursing Sister MacBelle Sampson; Nursing Sister Gladys Irene Hare; Nursing Sister Anno Irene Stamers; Nursing Slater Jean Temple-man; Nursing Sister (Acting Matron) Margaret Praser ;.S3365 Corp. \Vm. Jackson; 34408 Acting Staff Sergt. Herbert Harry Evans 2098 Acting Sergt. Daniel Brown; '823209 Acting Lance Corp. Wm. Albert Dawson; GIB-GOO Robert Douglas Falconer; 770053 Pte. James Hannah; 524248 George Harvey; 34(130 J. Francis Lafontftine; 536451 John Anderson; 421036 Hubert T. Angus; 467562 John Cooper Patk-nian; 644708 Victor Sanders; 9194� Kolby Robeson; 944451 George Edward Nash; 523897 Harley Clifton Ellsly.. 50879 John C. Eaton; 527999 Walter Harry Sanders; 536477 Walter Brame-well Sacre; 213382 Russell O'Neill; 5;i0277 Edward Moore Mcl'herson; 2098858 Hugh MisDonald ;400771 Uob-ert Alex. Stela; 536316 John Albert Splttall; 03676 David Radcllffe Smuck: 524307 Lewis Shipman; 536-249 Clement George Scrlbncr- 8C272B 53G403 Robert Andrew Sanderson; 418883 Alex. Livingstone Dunlop; 5.'!63;iS David William I3uftl(S 536282 KonneUi Daley; 81093 Herbert Pntlon; 50089 ,Iohn A. Purcoll; 523324 Percy Richard; 524679 Alfred Ronyard; 525160 John Rogers; 50972 Hugh Bonuoll; 524309 Burgess Bloomflold; 526511 Neville Raymond Stevenson Carter -536231 Frederick Clark; 536023 Walter Cowlo; 522922 Wilfrid Howie Goni-mell; 536,234 Albert Baker; 33281 irrank Barker: 02568 John Arthur Bentley; 526600 James Murray; 536-236 Frank Chandler Williams; 50946 James Benedict Foley; 535449 Wilfrid Laurence James; 195880 Robert Gar-mam KoUy; 530063 Robert Williams; 1390 Frederick Davis Pollard - 40G310 Clifford IX. Hosklns; 536276 Harry Harrison; 33364 Matthew Henry Har-lock: 51098 Harry Sutherland; 53G44S William Clark; 962 William Frederick Gates; 6815 Sidney Isaac; 526671 John Henry Curtis; 535505 Mycr Phillip Goldberg; 33079 Bertram B. Harris; 525645 John Porter; 621017 Benjamin Yorke Bonner; 524507 James Frederick /William Bristow; 529005 Joseph Bwart Moore; 526674 Frederick Leo :.Mc Anally; 527654 Ernest Crosby Smith; 527674 Andrew Wilson. The Survivors The following landed safely: Major Thomas Lyon; 528654 Corp. A. Knight; 536437 S. K. Taylor; 536288 G. R. Hickman; 522907 F. W. Cooper; 69 W. R. Pilot. iL JELLS OF WORK OF US. FORCES London, July 4.-Remarking that the press had emphasized the fact that American troops had been brigaded wltli the British and French, Admiral Sims, at the celebration today, said he wanted to call attention to the fact that for nearly a year all the American naval forces in European waters bad. been brigaded with British and otlier allied forces. A majority of the destroyers from the United States had been serving under the military direc tlon ot a British admiral for more than a year. Others wei* serving with tliifC.-British in Uio Mediterranean. Many destroyers- and other vessels �were under French command and submarine chasers were In the Adriatic. American dreadnoughts had been serving under the commander In chief ot the Grand Fleet. "It Is unnecessary," said Admiral Sims. to state that the reason for this has no connection with the competence ot the admirals to direct their own forces. From the very beginning it was established as an infiexibio'policy that unity ot command and direction was a _prime requisite tor success." Performed Duty The American forces, he declared, were small compared to the united naval forces, but they had performed tlieir duties to-thc satisfaction of their supreme oommandera. America's nav.il effort'w-st not at an end, although she has in I'uioponn waters 250 ships, 3000 officers and 40.000 men servlnsr in all (he-Kui'opeau areas. The coming year more than three times the present number of destroyers will he fighting with the allies, more than 150 sujjmar-Ina chasers will bo in the war zone. More than half ot them are here now. "The submarine situation has been met," the admiral asserted. "At the present time the allies are .sinking submarines faster than they are being built and building ships faster than they are being sunk." Admiral Sims concluded: "It is idle to prophesy how long the war will last. The only definite statement that can be made Is that It will last until Germany is thoroughly beaten." SM LISIOCK Will Do All Possible to Take Care of Livestock. Help 50,000 ErWlEfl ASK imim Hope to Reach .a Settlement of The Mattei-s In Dispute. OF FIERCE NAIURE mim �FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Italian Army Headquarters, July 3. -The fighting that is in progress along the lower roaches of the Plavo is as severe as was that ot last week In this region, where mud. sand and water are everywhere under foot and clumps of tall growing grasses are frequent. To add to the difficulties rain and wind storma occasionally swept over the area. At four points the Italians attacked the Austrian position in this region along a front of eight miles. In this comparatively small stretch no loss than 12 temporary bridges thrown across by the Austrians were destroyed by airplanes dropping small barrels of burning oil upon them. The Italian infantry are frequently seen at a short distance away calmly waiting while the bridges are attacked from tlio air, -Uie troops then being thrown against the remaining Austrians. About the most violent reaiatanco diflplayed by any of the enemy troops is that of the Bosnians and Herze-govlnlans on this front, who are still wearing thejr picturesque turbans. As the Italians advance they are finding' the dead among those already stripped by their comrades. There are other Austrians. however, who as aoon as they are taken prisoner and find themselves safe within the Italian lines cry "Down with Austria." Ottawa, July 4.-Throughout the morning representatives of the railway companies and of the Federated Trades v/ere in conference with members of the government, with a view to reaching a settlement of the matters In dispute. Fifty thousand railway employees, it Is estimated, arc affected by the dsmands for increased wages submitted. They include shop men, mechanics, repairers, boiler makers, etc., and do not include the operating staff. The men have notified the railway war board that they must have a final answer by two o'clock today. No Indication has yet been given when the threatened strike v^ill begin In the event of no conclusion being reached. While full agreement between the raiiv/ay companies and the men was not reached at this morning's conferences with members of the government, confidence is expressed that a settlement will be reached. FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Rolls (Circus Brand) Toilet Paper.v Sale Price, 5 roils............................. 24c 35c 33c 1 lb. tins Crisco. Sale Price, iKf per tin .................................. >�'C Packets Loganberries, evaporated.-- Per packet ............................ Fruit Jar Rings, quart ai^e. Sale Price, -e P 3 dozen .................................. XOK, Quart Bottles White or Malt Vinegar (Pure). Sale price, per boUle .................... 4&UC No. 2 size tins Plums. Sale Price, K^Kn 3 tins ................................... OOZ. Small tins Carnation Evaporated Milk. Sale fA Price, 3 tins ............................ L'xC Deliverie* Every Hour Finest Japan Whole Rice. Sale Price, Per lb............................ lie Hudson Bay Loose Tea, Sale Price, per lb........................... Cream of Wheat, pickets. Sale Price ....................... Large Bars Castile Soap. Sale Price ....................... 48c 25c 30c 7^ mm Phone 313 KZI WON'T M TOAFFE OTT ROOPS Calgary, .Tuly 4.-The Hon. Duncan JIarsliall. minister of agriculture tor Alberta, has announccil that In view o� the serious shortage of teed for cattle and sheep his department was undortakinE an active campaign ot inquiry as to methods ot relieving the situation and preventing anything in the .shape ot undue llquldatiou of livestock. A. E. Meyers in Charge. Tlio minister stated that A. K. -Meyers, superintendent ot the schools of agriculture, who has hart charge and direction of the greater production campaign would 1)0 in cliargc of the inquiry and would utilize the men who have boon doing the greater production work for tills purpose. The men located in the districts -that are suffering from drouth would immediately cover their territory by motor and see the livestock men and find out what they wish. The purpose ot the department is to put these men in po.'iseasion ot Information that ^yill enable thorn to secure land either for grazing or for cutting of hay and the department is particularly desirous that all men who have either cattle or --aheep and require toed will make tlieir wants known immediately to the department's agents tor greater production in their peculiar locality. In tiiLs case what the dopartnSeril wants is specific information as to Jjuat what is wanted. It an owner ot liveetock is prepared to arrange for the cutting and putting up of hay the department will endeavor to locate hay land for him. If ho wishes to move liis'livestoclc, pasture land will be located and it he wishes to dispose of any part of his livestock the department v/ill endeavor to put him In touch with buyers Ifi such a manner as to conserve all the useful breeding stock. EAOING /'the seven swans" QPECIAL COMEDIES SATURDAY MATINEE AS USUAL REPULSED THEM Washington, July 4.-Repulse of three enemy raiding parties which attempted to reach the American lines In the Vosges was reported today In General Pershing's communique for yesterday. Intense artillery activity on both sides northwest of Chauteau-Thlerry was noted. DENY REPORT OF . SUB OFF HALIFAX Washington, July 4,-In view of reports published in tho United States that a ship had been torpedoed by a submarine oft Halifax, N.S., the Canadian censor today sent this iriess-aee to the committee on public mtormatton: "Our naval authorities have no Information to warrant the statement that any ship has been sunk or oven attacked by by enemy submarines In the vicinity ot Halifax or on the routes leading to that port." ? HAS PROOUCEO SPLENDIO RESULIS Ottawa, July 4.-ITiehly s.itlsfactory results in connection with the registration of tlio man and woman power of Canada have been obtained, according to Senator G. D. Robertson, who issued his first statement ot returns from various conatituonclos in which tho work hud been completed this morning. Hon. Mr. Robertson said returns were somewhat slow in coming in. duo to tho fact that registrars have boon Instructed to permit provincial organizations desiring information with reference to agricultural prospects to extract this Informaton before sending the cards to Ottawa. Already the regletratlon board has secured the names of -thousands of persons willing to give assistance In agricultural work, particularly about and during harvest time. This Information Is available tor use without waiting for the tabulation of the cards In the capital and It is expected that great aesistanco will be afforded In obtaining the needed farm help. The government keenly appreciates the splendid service given by thousands ot volunteers as well as the spirit of patriotism displayed by-the public generally In complying with the registration regulations. The U. S. Government Is paying out $500,000 insurance on the Uvea ot 70 marines killed In Prance, 17MPRESC Jil TONIGHT lJ" ONLY THE PRODUCTION EXTRAORDINARY Harry Carey in *The Phantom Riders' Aisp Comedy and Weekly Latest News. Tomorrow ELLA HALL In "A MOTHER'S SECRET." This Is Mis, Hall's Best. LAST TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS jack pickford IN "HIS PLIRT1N0 WAYS" �AIRN8PATHER CARTOON "THE SPIRIT OF '17" CAUGHl British Headquarters in France, July 4.-(Via Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-No fewer than fourteen leading German airmen, who were credited with a total of 363 victories, have been killed or captured recently, including Baron Rloht-hofen, for whom eighty victories were claimed, Lieut. Max Mueller, thirty-six victoriss, Lieut. Von Buelow, twenty-eight victories. German bombing organizations have also lost heavily. The killed and captured include Captain Klelne, commander of the so-called "England" squadron. Ottav/a, July 3.-The Judgment of the Alberta court of appeal, according to a statement issued here officially, will not be permitted to affect the custody or moving of troops. The appeal which the minister of justice has taken to the supreme court, it is further announced, "will be prosecuted with the utmost expedition." * ? : Week ending to-day. .$715,530 ? : Same period last year 731,355 ? ? ? 45. d> .j, ,;, .;.