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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ROLL HONurc ;Fdtf niched Until He Started 691 CmnrLiis Sr., Moxruu- 'Tor two years, I was a rnUcrat tuiferer from Xheamitiim cr.J Sma.A Tnubll. I hid frequent Mid ttlicn 1 loot Icod, fell u-retclifJ ind sleepy. I suffered from llheu- malism dreadfully, wilh pains in my tact ind joints, and my hands swollen. A friend advised "Kniil-s-liTcs" and from tho outset, Ihey did me pood. Jlflfrlkiftrl! tor, Iff Hi migilti'g can truUimlly lh-' "yruil is the only metlicino LOUIS AlaUdMlersorseatpostpaidbyFTuii i-lives Limited. OltJWJ. fflM-iOLFK Arthur E. KoUnd llrovrn. Harry Alien Slower -yan. llirt.llarif Utourcr Eutlimer.Klchard L. Clerk CampVll. Andrew Loco Fireman Chv.dlsisn, Starts Clerk Currie Frederick M- Tie. Omlle Bales Has a Nasly With lhc Mounted Rides Eve. Frederick J. Diller Fairb3irn.Kob.Jrt siSr Hadnold. James Cleaner Hamilton, John Porter Harris. was received by O. E Horner, Tborcas Howe. Fred. Hume, James Button. Thomas James. Ebsr Jones, Wm. Sam. Klssack.Georpi Larkin, Frank Wm. Ivitimer, Archie Lilburn. Harry Kent Lltt'e, Chas. Henry nol in the Kilties (113111) as in "our dlspalcb 'of Saturday evening. Tberesiment departed from Medmne iat on lie 22nd ot June, 1916, and ar- rKed "alely to be stationed at Sborn- cllSe Camr. England. From tills point the 130! was lost as a rSmenl. part of the toys going to tie Etrathcona Horse, some to the .Princess Pats, a few 'he Roja. Canadian Dragoons, and the largest .number to the Fort Garry Hone. ou. iToouer going with lhc last named to in 0-- Lober, 1916. Uke many others he has had. some very IbnlMng eioeriences anil narrow On hfre enllv told of in his letters to b, V" He with some four other as advance guard one Sanaa Doming ot the big drive and the 1. tie party rode right, into the Alines, thinking them fleserled Two machine only 50 y'a'rds opeu'cd on Item and followed IhemUo the 30D. yard range. Two brave lute tell, the three others reach- ...ed their troops just In .lime to get -by, a light Held piece which Bounded three pen. Tie troop reacn- ed the slight cover, of a sunken road and limbered up tbelr machine gun to meet the foe II they desired to follow further. In all of this scrap he es caped without a scratch. Orrlllc Bates was' a close fnend, ,o me'BinninE of Lelhbrldge, and It j only by one' of those fortunate ac- cidenlE o[ war thai he happened to be tbtent from the .dig 'out Btrnct It lhal sent Dinnine and bin companion to their' death. His last letter to his parents here tilted be was going to the front again JOOT to do outpost duty and doubtless It -was this last named. work that he received his wound. Clerk Helper Wiper Trucker Chel Scctlonmau Waiter Yardman Clerk Steward Loco. Fireman ilcGlll. Jamts McKay. Alex. Hush Conductor MLvaughton. Donald Watchman McTomncy.Jobn Tfalnman Marines' Joseph 'per Malcoln Daniel Manners. Loco. Matheson. John K. Clert Meals. Ceo. Henry IcspeclDr Mines. Albert Henry Painter Moodie.J.S- Oripper Morrison, Donald J. Male ilulcahy. Alfred NI.htlnsaK-.JuunG. Ctccker Loco Fireman Peterson. GM7ge Potter, John Kellt nimmer. Alfred Hiichle. James Teamsler Robertson. William Lineman Sid. A. Sale.Vielor Cleaner .a.- Sharpies. James Snortland. Frederics Coalman Simpson. Edward l-aboiirsr Simmons, Arthur H. Clerl; Andrew G. Clerk Sinclair. William Pireffl Ji loKmaB- O Fireman SPECULATE ON ANOTHER CopenhiEen'.'-June nav- U writers tor some lime :have been dlicruslng the prospect ot Ihe Milan fleet once more conclusions with Admiral von Scheer's armada Nrnny ol the writers have been govern ed by. the prevalent German skepti cliin 'regardlne the losses o( British (hips'claimed by the German admlr slly, bit denied by tho British, an 1 without comment oralls ships like lh (Tiger, the Wafsplte, and the Harlbo Wm. Henry Smeaton, KobL Altred Leo Clert _ Router Alexander Hed-Cap Porter Spence'r, Samuel C-ir Repairer Stamper. "William il.veS.Uon.ri Stevenson, Alei. f1116' BUnson, Frank Tanton, William H. Carpeatfj: Tomtlns, Coirlea B. Wiper Uahonrer Pmton Conductor Robert Loco. Fireman wesinsttra, Trimmer WhiUhouM.'WiUei Helper Willis, Harry C. Yardmaji James Clerk Worth, Harold', _. Stenosrachei ..'oun---- Sokomls Wounded _ j Soon iTollound, K.SC KllUd.nacllou Winnipeg IHedotr.ounJs. Torontc Wounded Day Sfcoro Wounded I'rcEumed dead Souris Wounded Moose Jaw Killed Inaction Kcnora Kilfcd In Fdmcnton Uied or nounds Transcona Killed In action iSkhnd WouDdeJ.ndmlstln: West Toronto Wounded Wounded Calsary Killed In action Fort William WoundcJ Calgary Wounded Moc-seJaw Wouudcd MoDtreal Shell shock KanU) Wounded CJaj-arr Wounded Calvary liillcd In action McAdam Killed In ictlon Su'thcrlind Wounded Fort William Killed In ictlou HerelstoVa WonudeJ Wounded 'iVnundcJ Killed In action Ignaee Killed In action Souris Killed In action British Col. DhL Wounded Saskatoon Wounded Calgary Wounded Kcaora, Wouqded Ogdcn Wounded Moose Jaw' Wounded Sprlnssleln Killed In action Toronto Wounded Moose Shell shoct Calgary Wounded B.C. Coast Sirrlre Died ol sounds Moose Jaw Wounded Tyndill Wounded Sutherland Wounded Winnlpes Wounded Mifmedosa Wounded Slicpird Died ol wounds British CoL Dlst Killed In acllon West Calgary Wounded Olden Shops Wounded Jaw Wounded Calgary Wounded Angus Died ol trounttj Ogden Shops Woundeil Lelhbrlilge Wounded BriLCol.Lakt SS.Kllled lu action Yard Killed In zrllnn Calsary Kllied In irtlon lierina Woundei Ban4 Killed in action Victoria Wounded Angus Wpnndc-d Caleary Wounded Cranhrook Killed In ectlon Calgary Wounded Toronto WouiOed r Kc-nora f ''Kllltd In action Reslna 'Wounded Fort William Wounded Stralhconi Wounded .Regina Wounded GOTEH Weiinded i Winnipeg Wounded Ojden Wounded William Wonnded HooseJaw- Wounded Winnipeg -Wounded Winnipeg .Woundedaodpr Vancouver Wounded Winnipeg. Died olwonndl HeglDJ Gassed Wounded Calgary %MeA In Mtlon Presumed dead Wounded WestToronta Wounded Red Deer Wounded MooajJaw Wobnded UlnnedDsa Wounded Moose JP-TJ Wounded Schrelber Wounded East Calgary Wounded Calgary, Died ol.woundi FortWllliaa Shell eho Wounded Toronto Wounded Methodist Conffrence Siiys Not Enough on Suving Humam IJfe Calgary, Juuo 5. The Melhodjsl Is drawing lo s close. It be- Inc It was sugECSlnJ It mlclil bo a somi Idea to put out ol ot- ofthe prevlncliil eovcrumcnl lh.t MBS sprnt In Iirolccling eamo In Al- berta Ihan in prolecllus liumsn Illc, LnJ the conference webi on record 03 disapproving of Hits Eovcnimenl sucli to hospitnls- Auother exceptional actiou taken b> (he conference was appointment of n conimiltco to cooperato wllb me United Farmers of Alberta. The. mlloumed consideration ot Iho report of Rev. B. Vel. Tillon. D.D., on social service was resumed. Dr. Rliidtll's llitement In the discussion Dr. Itlddel! slated thai rnoro money was spent m ima 1 province In protection ol same Ihan In fleeting human lives. Dr. Kerbs I aimed thai tho attention 01 ui. ernment should bo drawn to this facl. Rev G. H. Cobbleillck speaking on the subject ot municipal hospitals.' says kljov Vferc dolog splendid work wher. ever -operated. The .coafcrcnce was hi favor ol more adequate provision (or the care ot lubercular patients and more care being taken to prevent ,11.0 spread ol Ilia disease. Some mem- bers ol Iho cuhlefence were In lai-or the oppolctinE ot nnother cabinet mincer in the provincial govanmeat tor Ihe purnoso ol parlriE more a uen- Ition to ihe derarlment ol public Vjtatlon for Minisltrs H was moved by 3. B Bull ol Cal garr. Ibat. in Ibe Interest ot the health 'of the ministers, they be urged to lake 'wo weeks' varallon each year. It also urgeil that the minimum amount 'otwlarles for ministers and proba lioners be increased considerably. Hev. A. p. Miller reported a nel dc crease ol the membershil. o 'rch in Alberta of over 200, tills b ng largely accounted for by loc.1 n on churcheB. H was reported tha iranls Irom the rnlssionary soclclle lor IbE help of these churches was 3 per cent, lower than last year. It wa reported that the: present .mem 'bersWp of the church in Alberla The increase In amonnls'gi en for all purposes (From Our Own Correspondent! CnrJsloii. June l-eavlll on tho Jlst ot May there was a Eood-slzei audience out to listen to Iho l.lbcra nominee, at thu meeting hpld in Iho assembly hall a S.30 p.m. The flrst speaker C. E. Snow ]r led out In fluent lalk Ihe origin and History ol tho two great parties In Canada, showing that Iho Liberals had always been the parly lo caro for the people anil to prolect1 i their interests, whereas the Conserva- tives had never failed to. look alter tho HE interests Orel nnd had only 'been Interested lo tho "dear peonlo about election lime. Mr. Wool! followed In strons .speech which sliowed thai the past record, Iho efficiency and Ihe protres- slveness of tha present provincial gov- ernment entitled It lo (ho support ot all asrlcullural communities. Tho au- dlenco was sympalhetli: and good re- sulls aro looked tor In thD Liberal from this district. At Cardston there was a splendid lurn-out ol Ihs ladles at tho mccllng ol the Women'a Instlluto on b-rlday afternoon In tho court house, over sWj- wero prcsenl. Mr. Wooll lucidly portrayed the efforts ot the govern- ment lo giro nil Iho rlchls to Ihe ad tes that ils powers would allow. Ihey could hold any provincial poslllon lhat Ihe mnlo voters had access lo, and It only remained for lha Dominion Eovernmcnt to accord the franchise to and our ladles.would have the -realcst measure of pollllcal liberty of anv In the nHtlsli empire. In Ihe ev- ening a gmnd ball was given In Iho conrt house, which well atlended ho music. Nell's orchestra, proved all nl could be desired and tho big owd had a most enjoyable time. TheTruth About Corns You have read much fiction about corns. Were that not so there would be no corns. All people would use Blue-jay. Here is Ihe truth, as That is the Staled by a chemist who millions of people know spent Z5 years on this it Every month it is corn problem. And 33 being proved on nearly proved already on almost two million corns. billion corns: So long as you doubt "ThisinvcT.iion-Blue- it you'll suffer. The day jsy-makes corn troubles that you prove it will needless. It stops the pain Ust corn-ache. gauntly, tod stops it for- It costs BO BO erer. In 48 the easy and quick and pain- whole com disappears, you owe your- Mve in rare cases which self this proof. Try Blue-, take a little longer." ;ay tonight C--------------------------------------I WHAT ONTARIO FOLKS SAT. U For ealo by all _ j Stom Corns I J U TOk ENFORCE June deparl- uBacdni" es npbnl enforcing the- conscription I law Attor'ieVGeneral Gregory is- sued a statement tp__lbls effect today. "Ml Dther.matlers time be- he, said, enforcement ot..lhe consfr.p- tlon act. Whenever, necessary the the Federal; stale and local officials will be sought. Com: UllllnB m.slslrales.will be asked to (ix ball as hlsh as may he pracfit- i in each case." ouch from Ihclr calculations'or British losses. The German admiralty, al- though retaining the name ol the Tig- er and a. battleship ol the Quctn holh classes, namely, the on its table ol losses, modestly brackets them Ihe comment, "denied by British-admiralty." Brighten The Corner >vhere' you are tyi eating a food that does not: clog the liver or develop poisons in the colon. Cut out heavy meats :and starchy potatoes and eat' Shredded Wheat Biscuit with berries or other fruits. Try. this diet br a few. days and see how much better 'The whole wheat gnun ;rpade digestible by steamfcobking, shreddirig and baking.. .uuio. jho arc. lliuxK, 127 UK Brmotford, few uo 1 got In very much run-down eondilion. Wai cou d not do. Mi-thing; bad no strength .1 all. I pi lakjng Dr. Pierce'. Favonle FtKcnp- (toV I only took five bottles and it put TOfomlendM condition. I felt tatter thin 1 had for years. Other members ol inv Inmily hlWUEed tiis mediane ana lound it equally as beneficial. 1 rat highly recommend U to weik women. MM. A. GIUIO.US, 71 DnguloB Row Bracllord, Oni. The UK of Dr. FaTorite ftf Krintion mikes women hnppy by makin! them healthy. There are no more cryini fpella. "FoTorite mika women strong, rick women an open book, our tell tk tale of hcElth or Hollow chrelj Ud ol wasting debilitating omrt place in the body. It may be or ,licc of another, the cause u gtncraUj laceAble lo ft common source. Gtt the "Prescriplion m liquid or tablet form-jf you w.Bt aetter your' physical condition Dr. Tierce's siditi- Etoraich, urer boyfa. VV M 5REAKFAST CHOICE of MILLIONS Every morning this delightful Canadian food is enjoyed all over the world. MADE FROM WHOLE.WHEAT AND MALTED BAW.ET A RICHLY FLAVORED HOUR1SH1NG FOQP 1 ,0 O O Iceless Refrigerators SO L D TMorele Etoraich. brer a Keep UK body to June S thrririBer.tor-e.nnot bt m.dt and marXel.d f Price Will Advance on June 15th selling at will be Uefrigerator now selling at will be ALL-ORDERS BOOKED BEFORE JUNE 13th WILL BK FILLED AT THE OLD TRICK. The Western Utilities Co. 313-15-17 Thirteenth Street North Lcthbridoe.- Phone 560 j_ GrapeNuts inled By J. D. Hazen Devclopmenl Fisheries of Canada Criticized Ottawa, June house apcn he nay discussing Sir, Thos. White proposals (or Increases lor ccrtal members ol the ckll service and a m lion by Clarence Jamleaon lavorln Ite creation at z ffcparale departme to handle fisheries mailers. Both Jamlcson and H. H. Sterens; ot Vo couvsr, who seconded the motion, ei- prcsacil Ihc Tlew thai considerable more could be done tor the encour- agement and dcTclopment ot the Do- minion nsherles. Hon. 3. D. llazen, In a lengthy reply, denied lhal there had been nny neglect by In office or the officials ol Ihe denartmenl. He eald lhat alter lhc war there would havo (o he consider- reorganization ol clepartmenls anil It was ijulle imcly there would be separate porllollo to handle nnval There were iio developments in the political situation of a definite fharac- cr but It was the general bellel thai Sir Robert ISorden will on Wednesday receive definite reply Irom Sir Wil- frid Laurler as lo his coalition propos- als There was a good deal ol (alk ol tho negotiations being a failure anil the probability ot a general election In the near future. Xothlne will be do finitely known belore tomorrow, how erer, and Sir Wlllrjd Laurler Is not ei peeled to give his reply lo Iho prime minister until he MCS J-'rcd Pardco chlcl Liberal whip, who expected cX from Toronto In tho moralug. RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge by the Herald Job Dept. PHONE 1252 Introduce Yourself to our Soda Fountain Our ice cream parlor is open foi' Uic soafjoit. Come in today and get acquainted with our DELICIOUS DklNKS n You are sure to lie-satisfied and you will al- Avnys.know, where'ilicrc is one eool spot AM- ing llic coming suirt'tner dfiys. Jackson Cq. DISPEN9INQ UETHMlDoe, ALBERTA Pointing again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argu- ment tells you to Phone the Herald for a man to look after ;