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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAlLf HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE letbbrtbge letbbrtoge, alberta DAILY AND WIEKLY. RATES-. delivered, por year Dully; by mull, per year... Wwldy. by mall, per year. TELEPHONES; Ryitnets Office Editorial Office 3.00 1.00 that fearless advocate si public rights, tho Hon. J. P. Mabee. who wis really j the senlus that made tho Hallway Commission all eftectlvo orsnnltatlou for public service. There may be some criticism ot the elevation ot John C. Baton of Toronto to the rank ot a Knight, but we ted such criticism is really undeserved. 1252 1324 Buch.nar. John Torranc. Director Businesl ROUND THE CIRCLE DF THE WAR With three weeks of heavy can- nonading, Kith, the expenditure o vast amount of ammunition, and the wanton waste ot many men, Ihe Aus- Iro-Gisraian forces have retaken the Galician fortress of Przemysl. which the Russians spent months in captur- ing trom the Austrians. This is without question a serious blow to the Russians. It annuls the value of all the work of their winter campaign, when over frozen Jiwamps and Mr. Eaton has proven himself a nmn of great business ability, but he has not teen given this recognition on Unit I account. There is no question tnalj 1 the Knishthoixi conies to him us a tri-! bute to his patriotism and poneros- ity displayed since the War com- menced. Amongst other ho fitted out a machine Rvm battery for war purposes, and contributcii Inrsdy to the Patriotic Fund. It is only a few years aso since Eaton took over' the direction of the great Eaton bnsl- ness in Toronto. There wore misgiv-. >l'.a! ings at the time as to whether he was capable of. undertaking the great responsibilities left him by his father, i but the years have proven that lie, was a capable successor of the late Timothy Eaton. No doubt distributions of honors of this kind win continue in the Hrtlish Empire. There srs who object Be Good To Yourself by keeping in good physical trim and you will be the best friend to yourself and a pleas- ure to others. Most sicknesses begin in the ordinary and minor ailments of the digestive organs, and for these ailments The Law of the Lusitania Case (From the Now 'Vort 1 writers for the most part mention il of maritime warfare which only in passing allusions, as when llr mil- Ul lllrtllnlmi "n___i ,.iirirlk ni'nnws upon Hie tiMiiiiiainlot o! n shin" of war the duty ot providing for safety oi the passengers ami crew ch only Holla tilt' of any vessel lie may elect to stroy is plain, unmistakable in application to every ease, anil it n everywhere and 1 all civilized iinn M-ervwcre an n iiitions nccepKd as a bimlliiB oliliga- decided thai "In caw the cnptoi; ilton Tlu- rule is of such universal must remove the persons cm board." n novernm says that "if ship anil cargo belong beyond question to the enemy the captor may -'after taking oh' the crew sink tliu ship." In the rules re- latins to the destroying of prizes adopled by the Institute of Intcrnu- lional at Turin in 1882, it wns liu'cd thai "in case the captov and assent that the textjTht- German I inl ijncnniPlit ill. thi1 hardened roads, the Russians to the system, but it can be made worthy of its purpose if recognition ann I j? given to men who have been of real forced their front far down over the servlce to the and to hunrn- enemy's borders. But that the Grand ]n ,he there haTe been too Duke Nicholas will be able to retal-' late In some form for this defeat also goes without saying. He has sprung many surprises during the war. and in all probability he still has a few up have become the most popular remedy, because they are so safe, so certain, and prompt in their beneficial action.. .They tone the stomach, stim- ulate the liver, regulate tho bowels. By cleansing the system and purifying the blood they prove that tney Are Worth A Guinea a Box of ipecial -with fax. Sold avwywhere. La 25 cenU. RICKED UP IN SSING i war railed at France ami Knglnml lot allaying iliemscivcs with Unssia, a nation or "unkiillur" and barbarism, FOR THE RUSV MAN Begin, of Quebec, will vis-'jinn to save crew and Passers yet ill the Uiissiiui special ins true-, lions to naval commanders issued in 1900 it was declared thai "the com- mander ot the imperial cruiset has tin1 right to burn or sink a detainrtl vessel after having previously taken iheiefrom the crow." In all rtisciis- Uions on maritime warfare the obllpa- 1UK British Hug ami subject ui itiy time to be put Into actual mival service of tho government.. Indeed, it is stated lhat the tame she was attacked was carrying military reservists to ISnglund fur service in the British nrmy. True, the iwsscn- gers went aboard a belligerent ship with full knowledge of the risk and after official warning by the (Jerimm government. When on board a British vessel they were on British soil. Was not their position substantially valeut I'D being within the walls of a fortified city If American ciliirns stay wUhiu'a city besieged or threat- ened and the eneiny attacks what should our government do if our citi- zens should' be injured We overlook nothing, wo take lull account of all the the the west this fa assumed, precisely as in anv eom- Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS; KILL MORE iV dF ANY 110 more avail :i Black Hand j.[ of the enemy rests upon thu universal u-enemy's f! ator Stone stumbles into a iu November. The man in the street may have :lsicge But Renfrew, will provide a mo- 1 some possible excuse, for ignorance of the besieging for ce to t, ne lor ambulance for lied Cross work, this humane usage of war. but it is bombard, -nt. Rev H C, Croziet oi Aeepawa, somethini; more than surprising; to man.1 of mi attacking force, so runs called to the Clifton St. hear from the lips of Senator Wil- the laiignuge I'reshvterian church, Winnipeg. Ham J. Stone of Missouri, chairman Ho' Retina have an exhibit at the o; the Senate Committee on bombardment, "i cases _oi ;iKaiust neutrals. II: rests upon the principle of the instructions for tho noHcoUohl'ivil llrel'arel1 Dr' i" com- i teller anil revised by the hand of Abraham Lincoln, in which It was de- clared thai aicn in arms remain "moral being responsible to one an- other and to God." Germany snap- his sleeve. The thrilling news that the Canad- ian forces in France had captured tive Miles of ground, in a position where the British had been unable to do any- thing for months, was a feature of yesterday's dispatches. A British submarine accomplished a worthy feat yesterday in the sink- ing of a German transport in the Sea of Marmora. many recognitions of men for reasons of wealth alone, and consequently the masses of the people began to ridi- cule the Honor list. There is one Knighthood conferred which recog- win an L-AIHUH wi the author- I11-'' 'll'! linsers at the law's of DT 1'armin.' Congri-ss at this Relations, these insinuated excused all ini hu> ci liJ i at laiv of inoralitv when she mj launin0 g. Dilations of the dastardly crime .ties -Neither u law noi i uiMom lm_ Henry Vorman 'a Liheral M. P.. committed by Gftroany in destroying is there any extenuation fol this i....... dandelions. ICMU a ..-j mil, tl ivas elevated to a baronetcy in uic Kind's birthday honors. I Sfr -Vrtlwr Herbert Church, fara- j ous as a chemist and author of num- ,w Urous books on chemistry, is dead Thes are gencl.al t.ranspott oJlicer lor the and now t of busi- ngoo co nizes the head of the School for the j Blind at Halifax. Very little is known Carlstadt is going to change its of this gentleman, but we feel that it j H ,fmltea its cholce is men of this type who are servms i tbr'ee Alliallce> AUerson and THE KING'S BIRTHDAY HONORS The King's Honor List is always in- teresting, -though it is never pleasing to the. democratic element of the the Interests ot humanity and iioing a great work for their country, who are deserving of these tributes from the, Kins, more so than men who have I amassed great wealth and have done very little to assist tieir fellows. Lethhridge will be particularly inter- ested in the. annonncement that Sup- erintendent Deane, who at one time was in charge of the Mounted Police at this point, and who lately retired from the service, has been made country who object to the class increasing in. numbers. titled The honors granted on the occasion of the King's Birthday recognize the ser- vice of many men who have distin- Sheldon, and submitted them to the 'ost Office department and the rail- ..-ay company. Alderson would make a very good sounding name, and the election would be a recognition of the header of the Canadian forces in France. It is said that a hundred or more Russians and Galicians have been im- ported from outside points to work upon the Ca'igary-Macleod branch of Companion of the Imperial Service Jhe c y R should not be, as Order. The Imperial Service Order there ar6 of unemployed in was Instituted the late Kin? Ed' Southern Alberta that 100 be ward in 1902, with a view to recogniz-; engaged this worij The provln- ing faithful and meritorious cja-, Dominion governments vice in the Civfl Service. It original- should in and compel the C.N.R., guished .themselves since the Waljly Con3isted of itte Sovereign, the has been so generously treat- Prince of Wales, and Companions not i ed bj. the country, to employ local exceeding 425 In number, of whom !aO jt woula help to solve the un- were to belong, to the Civil Service in empi0yment situation in this part of Great Britain, the rest to the service the provlnce. of the Colonies and protectorates. In 1909, the number of Companions was increased to 475, of whom 225 would commenced. The most notable tribnte is that to Burl Kitchener, who has been given the Knighthood of the Garter, the most exclusive order of knighthood in Great Britain. This honor for Kit- chener will be taken by a great many people as a rebuke to the Northcllffe element which has sought to belittle the Field Marshal's conduct of the War Office since the great struggle :n Europe commenced. It is to be hoped that it" will serve as a rebuts to these critics. They certainly must have found out by. this, time that Kitchen- er's ability is recognized by the great masses .of the people, and that the ut- most confidence is placed in him, and the continued harpings of the North- cliffe press will not alter their views. Sir Gilbert Parker's elevation to a win be particularly pleas- ing to the Canadian people, as it bears evidence that this eminent Ca- that nadian has gained a very high place in. the estimation of the people of the .Motherland. The Canadian honors are well dis- tributed. Lieut.-Cnlonel the Hon. John S.Hendrie, the lientenant-govern- of Ontario, belongs to a foremost Canadian family, and the recipient of knighthood particularly has served his country .faithfully and well in public life and in military affairs. Dr. William Peterson, the head of McOill University, is also worthy of the honor of knighthood. He is not I only one of the foremost men in cational affairs in Canada, but has been active in moulding a strong Im- perialistic sentiment in this country. The Rev. Dr. Gordon, principal of Queen's University, Kingston, though he has only been given the rank of Companion of the' Order of St. Michael and St. George, is fully as en- titled to the rank ot knighthood as the head of McGill. Dr. Gordon is a native Canadian, and has been identi- fied for years with different phases of Canadian life, in the press, in the pulpit, and'., on the platform, he has taken rank as a leader. 'It is only fair to say that Mr. H. B. Ames, -M.P., who been created a knight bachelor, has won through his service to .the Patriotic Fund the re- gard of the Canadian people. He devoted his time whole beartedly and to promoting this cause, and the Sonor conferr- upon him by the King will evidence to him that lacrlficM in this ill- ration are highly valued. j It proper that the head of j 'the Canadian Railway Commlision I be remembered in the Birthday Honora. Mr. Brayton been a conecientioui and faithful servant of the people la this capacity, though it cannot be that he has won the kick that by It is announced in the Calgary Her- ald that the Red Deer fair will be held come from the Colonies or Protector- year because E. Michener, M.P.P., ates. Twenty-five years' service is J anj j. p. Day, Conservative candidate required before this honor is conferred j for the Federal house, arranged for a upon any .Civil servant. Superintend-; grant of from the Dominion ent Deane will now have the right to government. Since when did the Do- have the letters "I.S.O." after his minion enter upon a policy of assist- name, and to wear the tiadge of the fajrs throughout Canada other Order, a medaKion of gold and enamel than the great national expovtions? worn on the left Breast suspended by The country is lull of places e a ribbon o! one inch in width, the j (airs can't be held on account of the ribbon being blue with red edges. It j financial depression. If Dominion Is very fitting that Superintendent government is going to help the Red Deane should be recognized. He has j Deer fair, why not the fa'rs at Leth- served in the Mounted Police since bridge, Macieod, Medicine 'Hat, Kay- the early days of Western Canada, and mond, Cardston, Taber anfi other gave his country faithful service dur- places? Surely they are just as much entitled to the aid. militia and defence department has been named in the person of Lol. GeorKC Patterson Murphy, oi Ottawa. Lieut. Harold Mallory, an R. 51. C. graduate, and son of Mrs. L. Mal- lory, Vancouver, died from wounds received in action in France. Private G. Burrows, who at one iiiiic conducted a shoemaker's shop at Vulcan, was killed while scrying with the Princess Patricias. For the first four months of 1J15 the licenses taken out by automobile owners in Saskatchewan exceeded the total number of licenses issued in 1914 by approximately The icing's birthday honors include knighthoods for E. L. Fletcher, of the White Star line, Chas. E. Foyer, the fisheries expert, and L. G. za Money. M.P. A syndicate headed by Senators MacKav and Curry and H. A. Lov- "ctt, K.'C., of Montreal, offers to in- sta'l an artificial gas plant in Edmon- Eilher, M.P.P. for South Huron, and S. F. Glass, M.P. lor East Mid- dlesex, were amongst the passengers injured in a wreck on the G..T. R. Norton Griffith Co., having fail- ed to make satisfactory progress, the government has cancelled their contract for. harbor improve- ments at St.- John, N. B. Cityhood for was ushered in Tuesday, with suitable festivities. Gait becomes a city by special act of narliamcnt. Its population is 000" or short oi the- popula the Lusitania without warning and vi'lh such brutal indifference to the 'ate of her company that there arc more than names in-the list of the dead We cannot, overlook the fact that the Lusitauia was a British ship fly- rJ-'uSt.'n: published by the Herman here, being notice of an E in buss y intent to I war, how she intends to hiakc (Continued on page tion required by statutes. Edward Taiiic killed by an electric shock while working at Tran- ijuility on the line .be- tween the Brant station and St. George. There were two wires strung together, one live ant! the other dead. TaaFe touched the live wire and fell -50 feet to the ground. Many German companies, some of which have for many years operated in British Columbia, are going out oi business and alter making huge losses. One oi the Alvensleben con- cerns which bat] two years ago paid in cash on a timber .deal, which in all was to amount to has gone out of business and defaulted its so that the lands will revert to the original Can- adian owners. WEEK-END SPECIALS Special Graded 25c per pound Dairy Butter Every pound guaranteed No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. for 45c All our Fanners' "Dairy Prints are guaranteed full weight Pork Shoulders 15c per Ib. Special All skin and surplus fat off, each.-weighing 3 to 4 pounds each Buy where you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada BURNS COMPANY LIMITED. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. Dominion 4th Avenue and St. S. .Phone Iba4. Palace Street North., Phone 431. THIS WAY, PLEASE! It leads to the place that does away with all meat worries. We continue to.search the entire district for the Choicest pleats the land produces. We won't- sell what, won't please. This gateway opens to the path TO ECONOMY SATISFACTION in the meats-we want to place on your table. For tomorrow we have 1915 Spring Lamb Grain Fetl Bcel Pork Mutton Veal Fresh Fish Smoked Fish Best No. 1 Creamery Butter, 2 Best No. 1 Dairy Butter, 2 'Ibs.........45c leading LIMITED Phone 452 GRAIN-FED BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON CALL UP 492 and you will learn how we arc building business by telephone. If it's on the market we have it, The Alberta Meat Market The Highest in Quality, But Not in Price ;