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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 'THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY fcetbbrfoge -T letbbriOfle, Siberia BA1LY AND V Bubscrlpl.on 1 per week ..iv.-ICW per year j 'by; year........13-0 r, by mall, ......r TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanen Managing Director John Torrano. Business Your King and Country naed you .right nowl ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Germans hare been e repulsed In new attacks nade oa French poiltloni at Omt Han't IBB near Verdun. of tkla if- IE carried In report -which states .the Frtaoa se- cured footholds In. the first MB. f man trenches at Dead Man's Hill on a front of 400 metres. The. Germans, I however, claim the French "were f. beaten off in other attacks. Violent partillery bombardment continues ou f-toth sides of the rivsr Mouse. Britain has contracted -for the-en- tire fish catch of Norway, thus aasur- fing a splendid supply, and incidentally 'cutting off Germany from this sup- ply, which yas available to her last year. CRITICISMS OF JOUR PARTY SYSTEM y There has jnit been published 'pamphlet form an address delivered I "by C. A. Magrath, ex-M. P., before .the Canadian Club. It was thoughtful address 1 "Problems and string, asvit did, Mr. Magrath plenty of scope for critidHm ar.3 surges- tion. We must confesg that after bar- King read the address, we were much (Impressed with some of the Tiewi ur twllek pmrpoees, aad in- to the 'iiiterest. Other- 1 There is one good thing to be said for Sir Sam Hughes. He is loyal to his friends. He Is not going Col. Allison. .'Col. Allison's .gift o( to.his sister-in-law wilt make all the other the .-country envious. Office boys stole fronrJ.'P. Morgan Co., New York. '.That Is not surprising, but the fact that the Morgans .missed the money'isr'aireal surprise. of J. Wesley Allison's convenient memory: of the candl- (IMUl be ike MWsot of trill- Aomld be left It te Tteleae and eornipt Mr. MaprnUi la a little too to iiewspaver crttioitm Men n'paMtc Ulensiut- expect criticism, and whether they 'expect It.' .or not, they will get it, but -that criticism hould'oe fair and honest. No public man should, object to criticism of that haracter. extra cent movies. when Now-that Manitoba is dry excur- ions to SETJPaul and Minneapolis-will lecome popular. The weatherman has forgotten to urn tap. He may now do so id reflectors. The next thing we know Sir Sam 'IH be singing, "I love you more-than yes. can beneath Col. John "Allison's hotel window. The Methodist ministers -will "go down-into the Gait mines on- Satur- day -will then be in closer proximity to the place -.they.-are try- nj to-keep people away froni than ertr before ]n -their lives. In the dyjnf hourt of the leglsla the B C was well by iia The', may not look 10 amelic when the peo pie get throuih with there: at the gen eral elections. BICKED UP IN SSINGI -FOR ,'tTHE BXTSY MAN Th.e damaging letters irere all ten by Sir Sara's 'secretary1 without Sir Sam's knowledge, so Sir Sam says. Of course; Sir Sam admits the parentage of all' the. oh yes, he dictated those The western hemisphere -will be a scene of tumult if a Hughes, a presi- dential candidate in.the Halted States, should happen to "dispute" prominence in the publicity coIumaB--with- Cana da's minister-of'inilitia. "We are is the verdict of the Tory investigators of the charges against the B; government. "We find that the Liberals are the real is their judgments -The peo- ple of B. C. will rerider-ihe-final de- cision In August There is now'runhing-at a local mo- vie a thrllljng Aeries en- titled episode shows the crushing of form of graft in a modern metropolis Scenario writers-now eyes .urned on Ottawa and the last greatest episode of al! -rJll be enUuau The crushing 'of the fMunltJons with 'King' Allison.. In leading role John Rebow, of Wilhosbarre, Pa.. has adopted 20 orphans. -He has seven children of his own. B. C. drlnki-ng places, mencing June 1st, close at 10 o'clock p.m. This'Is a new law. Chas. Sweeny, a Spokane pioneer, and a prominent figure in the mining world, is ..dead. Mrs. Hulmes, lady, re- siding in Kenora, five sons and two sons-in-law in the army. Judge Doyle, or Goderich. who has just retired from the bench, will move to Seattle The twnwity-one months old daugh- ter of Jonn '-Walsh, of London Town- ship, near the village of St. John's, was drowned In a cesspool. Banger, 'Me.; almost -wipe'd out by flre five''years ago; has since rebuilt and is no'v larger a.Qd better than of Forest; Out. lias' beeni called to. the .pastorate of the Vic- toria, B Q Frederick. Bissell, was locked, up on complaint of the proba- tion officer, charged with having in- humanely -beaten his little seven-year old son Alfred. For supplying liquor to" an Indian woman, William a farmer of Widdifield, was sentenced at North Bay to six months at the prison.-farm at Burwash. Walker, while walking: in his sleep at the home for aged-men at Halifax, fell out of a window and Pnttlpleco wan killed at the olid of "Rogers Pass tuunel through the upsetting of the ttteam shovel. He u son of Farm Pettipiece, the woll- fcnown labor leader, of Vancouver. Franklin McVeftgh, wife-of the former secretary of the treasury, died 'itt her-home-in Chicago, after a long illneiiu. Slio was 'Miss Chicago; before her mar- riage. Dr. John Somerville, treasurer of. the Presbyterian, cliurdi in Canada denies absolutely the charges of the anti-unionists ;that church, funds have he en illegally used to pay the cost of the church union propaganda. Three of, the-.largest, steamboats on .the Mississippi River vhave been chartered as sleeping quarters for the Chicago Democrats who will invade. St. Louis during national con- vention .week. An order-ln-council hag been paMed appointing. R. W. Breadner, commis- sioner of taxation and Jamet A. sell; assistant ot tax- ation. The administration of the business profits tax, 1916, will be under their Rev. Mercer Green Johnttpn has resigned as rector of the fashionable Trinity Church of Newark, N.J., be- cause, he tome to leadership and jwUtlcal dtcta- tora didn't want to listen to hard- hitting sermons. Rev. J. C. Cameron, of Vancouver woll-known Presbyterian minister, Bade a statement in St. Paul's church Qraudou, that he knew of a man in 3rahdon who had sold his wife for a teg of beer and that the same man, or another, had sold his daughter also at the same price. He said the guilty iarty was a foreigner. A. B. Orde, who for the past ten. years has >heeu manager of the Ham- Hop branch, of the ;Royal Bank of Canada, will" retire on pension, and be succeeded by Thomas :Pea cock, .a former Hamilton- .who las; been manager of the Sudbury The High Standard of Quality originally set up by LEA PERRINS' for their famous Sauce, has been maintained for over 70 years. This is why LEA PERRINS' SAUCE continues to be held in such high esteem by ail discriminating people. and Genuine Worcestershire sustained injuries which- caused his braiicn. Morris, at present aa sistsnt manager of Hamilton branch, has been promoted to the death When Valcartier the ed by IB prov irovinces will be represent iver officers and Montreal be represented 'by over 3000, Fashion has decreed abbreviated summer hosiery for women that'will barely meet the hem of tho prevail- ing s'hort skirt, says a Philadelphia despatch. Ice cream manufacturers in York have boosted the price, of product because it costs .more liver it, as a result of the -higher price gasoline and hay. Stenographers in Nevr York are not afraid of employers' kisses or cussing. They will not join'the cam: paign of their Boston sisters .against Bussing and kissing employers. management of the Sudbury branch. :LLOYD-GEORGB IS NOT YET READY London, May of "the British government charac- terize as premitture statements that have appeared in the press that David Lloyd-George was to make an announce- ment of the result of his con- ferences with Irish leaders. Mr. Lloyd-George, it is explained, has not yet completed his in- quiries, although he is proceed- ing with them as rapidly as possible. 51 ROLL OF I61STBA1TERY hti fall list of the officers aud men o lyent oasf with the 61st battery, 16th brigade, H lomid below A. C. Armstrong, R. p. W. C. Bruhs- ei, J.-N.'BrJdgrnan, C. A. Bryant, .'.TV. Coupland, F. Chris- Glees, L. Clapstone, F. Currier, J. ps .Crowe, -W. J. C 3 C H Cpllln- SQ'n, Hofet. Dow, A. Davis, J. W. Don- nan, V Dopglas, L 1. F. W Davis, Id. il Fryer, B J H Fauhch El. W. -Fleets' W.' Fozard, J. Foreman, I. C. Frye, 4 H Frost, H Caught, W. Graham, S BrilHths, H Grant, J. V. M. Hay ward, W. Holly, J. J. JJamllton, T. Harrison, W. B. J.; Halllday, W. Hudson, O. Horspool, J p Henderson H J. Han- sin, 6. Harris, J. S. Hughes, W. A. Headricb, .T.--A. .Hudson, G. L-. Iron- sides, W. J. Jjphson. W. H. Jones, A. Johnston, F. F, Johnson, D. 0. Jones, H. .O.'Jphnston, H. Johnston, F. T. King, H. Lyons, H. A. Leys, Lush, T. H. Man- ning, W. A Martin, B B Martin, A. Morton, G A. Massey, J H Menzics, B. Miller, J Jilills, S Marshall, li. G. McLean. C. A. McEachern, A. Mc- Naughton, J B MoNelll, D JIcKie, J. D. JtoNclll, J, McDonald, I! P Mc- Csbo, H. P. MeKiunon, A. J. Macltie, D. McTeer, B. Mc- Keen, K. G, A. R. "Napper, Lieut. A. G. Oliver, T. Owens, Philip Ott, W. Powell, D. R. Price, H. J. C. Paris, Lieut. Geo. 8. Raley, G. B. Rennison, J P HDJ, W Huss, W. R. Rollo, J F Stark, A Sutherland P. Smith, J. SteivarirA. Smith, G...1. Stringer, F. S; Samson, J. L. Sprant, F. C. 0. Stringer, Wni. Thomas, J. A. Turcotte, B. 'C. Turcotte, F. H.- W. Thomas, J. W, Tennaot, Lieut. A. G. Virtue, J. Urwlni W. A. Vardy, p. Westley, 0. J. >Volstoncroft, R. S. Welsh, C.. y. Wray, T. Walton, W. A. Wallas. J M oik, J. E. Woods. R. Wilson, J. Wordie, H. A. W., Weathertiy, R.F. Walshe J. C. Waldle, H. R Mason Guaranteed Suits VINTHE LATEST STYLES Are Here Variety. 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