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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THE LRTIlimiDGE DAILY IIE1UI.D TCESDAV. .11'1A 25, 1911) letbbrfbge' Tberalb aetbbriOge, Ellberta DAI UY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, fli'llvcrcd. Daily, delivered. IHT year Dally, by mail, per year iWeeklv, by mull. per year 10c Province have necn made known. Premier llowsi-r is bi-lns erilU'izeil by many old tlmo Torit-s. Sir Hibbert Tlim'er lias been very severe In his condi'ninatiou of Uie Bowser govcriuni'iit but not nny nioro so than T. 0. Townley. tui old time Vancouver Conservative who maili- the following statement n days "1 see that the has called mioHiei1 txnipervative convention. t yo.u.s j Uu, hous o :1 (.amli- ;ulll h TELEPHONES Easiness Offk't1 Office............... W A Buchanan John Torrance MonaRire Director Business Manasci subscriptions ap- uot chosen, However, that did not mutter to him. ami ho ran any- way and goi vhat was romliiK u> putting tho Conser- party out of business for many loun yours. Kver sinco' then lie ha? bivn 'u law and conven- ,ICKED UP IN ASSINGdni FOR THE EUSV MAN A ttirneil mail by the heat, bit two Toronto children. Mrs. Arkell. widow of the late Chas. ArUell. of St. Thonms, rtieil lu Detroit. Sinicoe county lost a leading riii- 111 the person of Arthur Bowlby of Waterford. There was an increase of sixteen hundred automobiles in Manitoba over lions are his play-Eromul. When ihe lute premier dissolved the house last vear and that he was so- Mrs. A. Dunham, ol London, was ins lo the country. Iknvser was tin- found dead at the rear ot her homo busiest man ill British Columbia j by her iuisbami. Pates of expiry o, pt.ous contentions and setting his daily on personal candidates in the field. Xow Xursins Sister Janet Andrews, ol r.nce of papers a.te, are changed and Calpary. was .lecorau-d with the Hoy- our authority to contmuo tno I admii thf Hcd Cross at Buckiiisham Palace. scrlIH101'- !chine- of conditions, and I think on I _ Your King and Country need you right conditions, and I think on j jSi'nl" Hth he will have socxl reason j llo ktunv to wl'.at extent. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Grand Duke Nicholas of Bus- Eia is on the move and his forces John Patrick- stophenson. aged 13, .died at Toronto as a result of being "After the late bye-eloclioas any (struck by an auto. man of principle would have yonc to the country after passing the neces- sary estimates. However, that did not square with Bowser's ideals and he hastened to put through a series of vote catching legislation, thinking h could by that means continue to kee; government ii Rev. D. C. Stephens, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, at Melbourne. Out., "died follow hip; an operation for the removal of gall stones. The toial paid by residents of Sas- katchewan for fire and live stock ._ c" reconlin- irrcat successes against i power, but I think- he is only tooling suraIK.e ,-m. the year 1915 was over south-west himself as the game is too the Turks hi Asia Minor. the forces are gradually Furroundliic Kivragnn. another ,ui- centre, the capture of which will rive thu Russians still greater control of the situation and more ser- imislv threaten the safety of Bagdad. In sential to keep a proper equilibrium. but they can be debauched as we have he Carpalhians the Russian evidence in the present ma- rt-am.- also continues, the having admitted a retreat to the main ridce of the mountains. The Italians announce further suc- cesses in the Asticco region. wnerJ Au'strian defences have been captured. Heavy fighting is in progress r Til front, where the British j chine ridden and unhappy province. Abraham Lincoln gave utter- auce to his famous enunciation of Gov- i eminent of. for. ami by the People, he million dollars. j Jos. Graham. London's umrtivut weatherman, a bottle merchant there died of pticu- Charles Smale. a Michigan Central switchman, died in AYinrisor from in- juries received when he fell from a freight car in the company's yards. George Archibald Johnston, a Learn of for. am uv the Peop e. lie mean Government bv Order- ingtou. Ont.. farm laborer, was arrest- il. Bowser 1ms Hlled" the sta- ;it :he trotting races at Aylmer on [I, uiU'S v.'ith acts which are locked b; "easily 'order-m-council' clause iuiu iie keeps tin? key in his pocket. Those who crawl and cringe may get a charge of stealing an automobile. nil German outer at j his gracious havu to st j land a kuock-om on Sept. i-lih. "We nave had enough of our local Kaiser 1 William." BOWSER'S BILL FOR SOLDIER'S VOTE Sir Cfcarles Hibbert Tupper baa a ivery poor opinion the Bowser leg- islation for the taking of the votes of This well known lawyer and former Conservative cabinet mln- men to get into khaki aud have go at ister says: St. Thomas. Ont.. which made an as- sisurneut four months ago, has been purchased by Peter Kolb, Toronto, for Three miles east of Miniki, Out., on the G.T.P. railway, a cloudburst struck the fast train from Winnipeg to Fort William and swept the heavy locomo- tive off the tracks. during vacation, jvi, one of your funiily, meet with tin acci- dont! You niilos iway from u doctor or u drus store! tiro you going-to do? Don't you think U "would ie wise to bo prepared for such an emergency by taking with you a few boxes of Kain-lUik? As a llrst aid there IR nothing that can compare with nothing that emjs pain, stops blired- I up and draws out soreness so quickly, 1C is applied to a sore, or wound, as soon as sus- tained, (here ia no dutmor of blood- poisoning. Xam-Buk is aiso nncqualled for eunburu, insect bites, soro and blistered feet, heat rashes; soro muscles, aud all skin Injuries aud diseases. All dnissists 50c. box. or X.nm-Buk Co., Toronto. stainp for posiagfc on Local Man Receives Diary j From Brother With Des- cription of Fight Was Engaged on Experiments In Separating Gas From Coal In Mines LomUin, July William Ram- aay. the fatuous Uriiiyh clieinisl. died yesterday his uuesl exiiet'itnuulK to find a mi'iliod ol' soimrutius from coal in the mine, still iticoinpleio. Jle IM years of Ills death oe eurrtd at.' Iknicherotl. 1 lucks. llu was boni in' in is.12. id stmlifd time from ISCU to 1870. af'pr whU'li he went to work uiuler .H. :il Ill 1S7L1 lie be- camii an assistant in the laboratory of technical chemistry ;U cul- lopc. In ISSO he waa appointed to the chair of chemistry at the University- Cullcgo of llrisinl. and in 1SS7 he suc- ceeded A. Williamson as professor of chemistry at. rniversity London, lli.s earlier work was main- ly cuncenied wilh orsaniir chemistry. Later his :ttif'titioii was (sihcn up with nutations of physical and inor.'-aiiic chemistry, (lie rolation- j ship betwot'ii vapor PIVSHUIVS aud teiuprnituro. In lit' wns nssociat- ml with Lord in the diseov-j cry of arson, and in the folio winy j 'OSSl TTVORY SOAP is creamy white and has the pleasing, natural fragrance of the high- grade materials of which it is made. Ivory Soap makes a copious lather in any water and it contains no unsaponified oil to make rinsing difficult. Ivory Soap is so mild, so free from alkali and so pure.tnat it cannot injure even ihe tender skin of a baby. And it floats! What more could you want in soap? Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada ho i'cuiul hf fi-rtuin rar.- miner- in'oii. krypton luui xoiuui. als the gas helium bitherui known on-' ih- author of a number of i ly evideiK-n us exit-'. I books on chemistry anil bad ing in Uie sun. With William Murvis j u-on [jUes and honors in almost everj Travers he discovered throe; new SIIK- j t'ori'it'.n i-ountry iu Kuropc. The following diary of a marine who on board the warship "Warrior, of the British navy was sunk in the recent naval engagement oil The Noble Manufacturing Company Jutland, has been received by a brotli- er of the marine wlio resides in Lcth- and who lias kindly given the diary to the Herald for publication. The diary is written June 1st. 3.30 p.m., went to action station, to get ready for action. 3.40 p.m. went to tea. 4.30 p.m.. went to evening quarters nd doubled round the ship. -Usual routine, cleared Inwer dtuik. every ma ft. Commander made a speech. H 'The provisions of the act are es- cccdinelv unfair and place it in the power Vf any one instructed to carry iljem out to abuse the trust for party It looks very much as though the Mel Yin H. Smith, of Stratford, Ont a----- ilelvin rl. amitn, OL airatiuru, um., the Hun are wonderful. The case of employed at Quebec in the Bank of the hair dozen local gave up positions sggrega month to go and fight for their country iii. me case oi employed at Quebec in tae bans or Things v railway men who j .Montreal, waa badly crushed beneath J tie cruis a thG wheels of a Quebec and Lake St. the .Ifilin train nt Valcartier station. cniro oti LO abuse tne trust ior panj without fear of dc-iecumi. at S1UO per day each, is illuminating. the safeguards provided ia tUo j men Of such spirit fighting her purposes the m Election Act are conspicuous by Paanot lose absence. The circumstances unner -wuich Mr. Welsh has beeii apnonued to assist the vote are such as to show the intention of the gov- Department by mowing the eminent -was to abuse tlieir power j m lheir residences. this vote in r in TMh. In Calgary many citizens help the an. manpu own interest by unfair means. It nil- in line with the political charac' ter of the premier and of the Ger- The idea might __ bridge. The Parks Department I: is trying to economize and be effici- John train at Valcartier station. Richard Atkinson owner and driver of a motor car which' iniiis-ietl fatal injuries upon Edward H. Pritchett, near London market recently, was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter. Walkerville ratepayers will vote on [IL VI uitru i taiueuuca. -idnntPd in T Pih September 2nd. on a hyinw to author- be adoptea in Leui- nf eisnnn m idea of success. In a j CDt at the same time. The number of 3'v-irir1 this: jmen at the work of mowing" boule- The man who cheats at cards is not j yards has been considerably reduced a cheat if he is not found out." The ''Mr. mentioned is the prominent Vancouver Conservative mixed up ia the Vancouver school scandal. It was discovered in this in- quiry thai he was picking plums from and consequently the work cannot be done as frequently as formerly. The vote of the women will be a great factor in the next presidential _____ In twelve states, casting schoo! contracts and applying tlieni to eiect.0ral votes, women will have rarty purposes. Now he goes vote Botii parties are pandering seas to administer the act which and there is not much Charles Hibbert Tnpper denounces so j livelihood of the vote going solidly to tleships came to assist them, as the enemy were too strong for them. were looking bad for our bat- isers. They hoped with luck 5th- battle squadron, War- spite, etc., would be.-in time to assist them'. The third battle cruiser squad- ron Invincible, etc., were away to the south and hoped to stop the enemy going back. Knemy steaming for north Denmark. 5.40 off action. We saw the enemy's light cruisers but not lheir big ships. 5.45 guns became engaged witn enemy. We altered course. 5.55 guns came into ac- tion. 6.00 sank one of the enemy light cruisers and set another on fire. 6.05 Defence was blown ize an expenditure of to estab- lish a motor bus line for service in southern sections of the town, which are without transportation facilities. Something like a revolution in church affairs in Scotland are fore-1 up two from enemy's battle shadowed by a decision of the United crujserg- could not be seen by us owing to the mist and sun in-our TT i u Saskatchewan Co-Operative Ele- i one party. Had Theodore Roosevelt, jvaior _....-.. strongly. Surely British Columbi uiic 1JU1L._________ will not do other than wipe out iias been an advocate existence a government tbat insults1 its good name in such a glaring man- ner. Free church assembly at Edinburgh May, that women may be elected as deacons when approved by the minis- ter of the kirk session. An order-in-council has been passed making certain changes in the harbor headline in ihe harbor of. Port Arthur in order to make provision for the site of an elevator to be constructed Saskatchewan Co-Operative r Company, Limited. It is explain- Only saw the flash of the guns of the enemy. G.10 }Iist clears a little and claimed the women's vote would have It has been arranged that the nom- gone aimost solidly in his favor. Had iuations of candidates under, the Elec- happened it would have undoubt- edly swung 'Ji electoral votes into his iViUUr iJiimicu. then InR jljtQ CIJe__ ,_.......-------- jed that the change made will not un-1. room the sheU burst, making nation wide woman sutfrage, been the duly restrict the area available for a as jjjg as candidate of the Progressives, column. tions Act, will take place on August 3. and elections on September 14, so that nominations and elections are sis weeks apart. The provisions un- _ _ der the Military Forces Voting Act as the Winnipeg Free Press, contained to polling, are quite different. Under j this paragraph thu other day: the latter Act the deputy provincial I In using yesterday that bulky and. must by eaWe to j f I pened to notice at the bottom of page Uhich Philip, bull dozer C -N" K h 417 We have been wondering ever sincn what thP duties of a Canadian North- ern "bull dozer" can be. Philip Ulrich's joh must bo that of a very spicy colum in navigation. Canada's first women's military camp will be opened, at Gimli, a beautiful site on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, on July 31, when the Win- nipeg Women's Volunteer Reserve, 200 strong, will go under canvas for two weeks' training. Keizo Hotta, news editor of the Can-, adian News', the Japanese daily of Van- Warrior sights enemy's cruisers and big ships, also party of destroyers. Kent opens fire again. fi.20 salvos from enemy hit Warrior in the marine mess deck and on the aft deck, clearing every- thing on the mess deck, killing all men then going into engine room. In' the room the shell burst, ___ hole as big as a room. Making water badly in starboard engine room. 6.30 out of Hue and con- voyed by WarspHc who received the enemy's third salvo, meant for War- rior. 6.35 until S with one engine (porti H.M.S. Engadine (aero- plane standing by, still making water badly. 8.05 to be taken in tow by Engadine. the names of the candidate respective electoral districts, with their (address' and descriptions. The only time limitation as to, voting is lhat it shall not continue later than the lirst day on which any poll is held in the province under the Provincial bull dozing Federal and Provincial Elections Act, in other words, it-must governments for handouts for the C. an easy joh, rca! not continue later than September 14. So far as the act is concerned, vot- ing may begin on or about August the day the Agent-General receives the names of the candidates. JtVe un- derstand that the ballots have already been sent to London, so that the only delay will be that mused by printing the names .of the candidates, which not take long. If two or three days are required to complete the printing of the names on the there will Ktili be nom-iy six weeks left for taking the vote for the elec- tion of candidates. The counting of the .vote, however, will not Inks place until a much later date, namely, not less than ten weeks nor more than eleven wooks The French government will be btying horses nexl month. It is rotated out that "More thau forty thousand passr-d throiiKli Toronto since the beginning of the year on their way to Europe for war service in France and This is only a small fraction of tiie num- ber of horses and mules sent from the United States, which exported more than twenty thousand in April and nearly thirty thousand in May. Our neighbors have received for ex ported horses and mules since Uto beginning of the war a hundred and seventy million dollars, of after nomination day. This means j more than a hundred millions have that the rest'.Us of the vote in Uie gone to the farmers who raised them. United Kingdom cannot be known un- til October 12 at the earliest, or Oct- tobf-s at the lafost, n month or moro after thy election results for the It would certainly seem that Canada has not been getting its fair share nf horfse purchases. Who ia resposlhle for this country being overlooked? Japanese daily oi. Van- jn tow and let was drowned when he was swept off a launch near Bowen Island Hotta was one of a company of about 30 Japanese who had spent the day at Eagle Harbor, the party being on their return to the city at the time of the accident. The exertion of battle or the march is not the only cause that makes our boys at the front crave ADAMS' TUTTI FRDTT1 GUM The dearth and danger of drinking water leads them to iho refreshing goodness of Tutti Frutli'a five fruit fla- vors. Though a package is appreciated, a box becomes a boon. Think how much your friends at the front would appreciate Tutti Frntti. Your dealer can eupply yoii a box uf twenty packages, feacb package wrapped in wax paper and tinfoii to ensure perfect condition pn arrival. Speak to your dealer OKItilNATORS steam off and fires die out to prevent explosion. 9.30 to 7 a.m. next tow oE Engadine. am! clearing the moss deck of dead bodies, baling out the water with buckets and hand puinps to Iry and save ship. 7.05 too much. Signal to Kngadiiu! to iiy us we were goinj; to abandon ship. T.lfi all wounded ready to pass on board Kngadine. 7.45 hands loft Warrior and fiUrtcd cheering her as she was settling down. Juno initil 2 a.m. noxt morn- {ng__On board the Engadine on our way to harbor. Two fellows died of wounds and wore bnried at The other bod i 08 wuro thrown overboard an they were Ir.diight up from the moss dock. Got all wounded out of the ship by p.m. on board hospital ship. 0 alonK side Inn dock- yard wall at. Rosyfh gelling ready to lonve apt. save speech, jliow oE the Warrior's j men. A vory speech was; given, Unit ior> cxciiyd to rcniembor. Captain and men all criul. ; a short service Tor safo rnturn :ilso t'wr ilnad ond wounded. 11 on1- board H. M. S. Dreadnought to wait Casual- ties 70 killml, -11 woundwl. Wnding ilu: rirniid river bftlow thu T. II. U. bridge, clelif-yuar-old Harry lUannhord. Untntfnnl, whosn fathor ia with the S-lih in Kngliind, Hi.uppod be- yond hiB deptli find was drowned. "ppmanty "SHRILLING patriotic ensembles like "Young Strong For You" and "We'll Never Let the Old Flag hits that are hits, like Al Jolson's singing of "I Sent My Wife to the Thousand comic and sentimental song-successes like "I've Got a Sweet Tooth Bothering Me" from Lew Fields' latest show "Step This Way" and "Songs We Used to Sing in a Remick song-gem that is sweeping the country. Music of a very different sort is .Casals' mar- velous handling of the 'cello in- Saint-Sacns' "Allegro Appassionato" and Haydn's "Minuet in C Major." Also In tfes Atsgast List: Kathleen Parlow's inspired playing of two brilliant violin compositions by Krcislcr and Svendsen, Graveure's inspired rendering of tivo beautiful old-time hymns and Rotliicr's great basso in the immortal anthem "Ln rank quite as high in artistic interest. As example of another side of the month's list, here are Four Records You. SSiosiM Hear A -HOT; {HURRY BACK TO MY BAMBOO'SHACK. A 1382 10InchJ HenrylliirvTenor.Oich.acc. 85C- 10 inch SAMOA (Some (Lohr.) Camp- bet! and Bun, Tenor Duet. Orcll.acc. A fGW1NE TO RUN ALL NiGHT. H. C. A 2213 I Ilroivne, baritone. JJanjo and otch. 1 ROLL OUT. HEAVE DAT COTTON. 85c. QJ I Il.C.Browr.e.barUone. SWEET IS T1PPERARY. (Fischer) Mary O'Konilit: Snp ft orch. ;icc. MA LITTLE CURLY HEADED BABY y Sopraro :olo wnh MY GRANDFATHER'S G1RL. IShc (1'illon.) Pectins Q'urunr THROUGH THESE WONDERFUL GLASSES OF MINE. (Von Tilzcr.) Campbatl an-1 Burr, Tenor Duel. Ottli. ace. Music of Universal Interest Varied and charming is the balance of the list; eight rhythmic dances; the tartar Ballet entertaining that you will 'enjoy hearing. New Columbia retards on sale the 20th of every month JSL Tin- HI ore, Dallas ilotci, Phono 1JS7. ;