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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHBRinC.fi DAILY llgR.ALD THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1010 HIDerta Y AND WEEKLY Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, par year Dally, by mail, per year Wwkly. by mail, per year TELEPHONES Builneas Office Editorial Office IOC ....11.00 IZ62 1224 W. A, Buchanan John anaeing Director Business Manager Your King and Country need you right now! vastly superior rorce, hoping to delay It until Admiral Sir John K. Jelllcoe's battle fleet arrived to destroy tho Ger- mans. Vice-Admiral Boatty achieved a brilliant success, because on tho ar- rival of Admiral Jelllcoe the Germans tied. We attained our object; the Germane failed to attain theirs. lost cruisers which we can afford to loso; the Germans lost battleships which they cannot afford lo loso." Great Britain still holds undisputed supremacy oC the seas, in the incut of Winston Spencer Churchill, whose opinions on naval matters are eagerly sought in England. Colonel Churchill line given to tbe Associated Press the following statement: j "1 huve had an opportunity of cxr [amining the reports of the admiral? and of considering the information iu the possession of the admiralty. The following facts seem to me to be es- tablished: The naval supremacy of the British fleet in capital ships depends on super-dreadnoughts armed with I3.o-incli and 16-inch guns and these are sufficient by themselves to main- tain control of the seas. Of these vital units of the first rank we only ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR AICKED UP IN SSINGI FOR THE BUSY MAN IS Warwick Township farmers will probably seek a supply of Hydro pow- J. S. Hurker of Hamilton is presi- dent of tho Laymen's Association ot Hamilton Methodist Conference. The Toivnshiy Council of West Nis- souri has voted n licld kitchen to the 135th (.Middlesex) Battaliou. The Till Regiment Chapter. Daugh- ters of the Empire, will provide a motor ambulance for London camp. The ginn 000. enlistments in Canada at .the ing; of June totalled over ;'iilV The new Royal Comiaught hotel at Hamilton costina: one million dollars, ....._____ _....._____ huve lost Queen Mary. There j ippears to be no doubt that the Her- __ mans have lost at least one compar- able ship. If this should be the Lut- wvf or'the Derflliuger. that vessel is Great success is attending the newja Ios9 ,0 them aetually and Russian offensive now in progress relatively than the Queen Mary is to over a from of several hundred miles 'us. from the Pripet river to the Ruma-j "Coming to vessels of the second nian frontier. It is officially announc- ed that 40.UOO prisoners bave George Flack, a Bruce farmer, need IS. was found dead in a bush at the rear of bis farm, a few miles from Walkerton, with his throat slashed. No captains have been appointed for the 235th Battaliou, as Lieut.-CoI. have lost the Indefatigable j gcobell wishes to give lieutenants a land the Invincible. These are of an chance to qualify foi captaincies. been jentirely different class from the super-1 _ How They Help ST. RAPHAEL, ONT. Four years afo I had such pains in back that 1 couM not work. The ruins ex tended to my arms. siiicenl i'or a sample nni used them, and found ihe pains Were (caving me and that I WAS feeling better. So I boiijf h one box and before I usi-d them nil, the patn were almost (rone and I could keep at wort After I hail taken other boxes of (iin Pill: 1 felt 03 well anil sIrani; as 1 did at Alia age JO. I am a farmer, now 61 years old." FRANK LEALAND. All druggists sell Gin Pills at 50c. a box, sir Sample free if y National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. Returned Anglican Mis sionary Tells of Great Work in China F1IOM FlIONT laken among the Teutonic force.-: by {dreadnoughts anil do not rank The Russians. The Slavic offensive is j primary units at the present. A dreiul- under direction of General Brussiloff. j nought battleship of the Westialen one of the famous strategists of tte bf? I03S comparablc to Russians, and the are fall- armored cruisers Black Prince, ing back along die whole line before Defence and Warrior belonged to the iis advance. At Verdun, on the western front, the i third order of ships of we pos sess a very large superiority. The sinking of the two brand new German light cruisers Wiesbaden and Elbing is in fact a more grievous loss to the enemy. heavy German attack. The Crown Prince of Germany is Quoted us say- ing that the losses are great, but that they must, be greater to gain their j There is little now being said la The" dispatch" of troops to "The destroyer casualties appear to a about equal. On these terms we. Germany regarding the sea fight. The the continent should continue with Jolt a XewtoQ, a member of the staff of the D. S. Perrin company. London, was taken ill while at work und died half an hour later. The McMillan Brothers' staff and the railway employees'on grading the Hudson Bay railway will give dol- lars monthly to the Manitoba Patrio- tic fund. Hamilton hotelmen will profit by the local daylight saving inasmuch a half circle and that of Jesus Chris as a whole circle. Before being tized it was necessary to get hi: father's consent, although he was thirty years old. he could not do any thing without his father's permissloi such is filial obedience in China. Miss Rabbins told in a very interesting of the conversion of Mr. Joe's fa mil j and how the idols were finally thrown away as being only mud and clay and for worshipping. Some of the evangelistic work done by Miss Kobbins was among the Chinese women who with few excep- tions, are not able to read. Still they are very earnest and willing to learn as much as possible of the Christian faith. A great work is before the newspapers are not allowed to discuss the utmost freedom, the battered con- it, the true reports now coming out placing a very different aspect on the result of the fight. Meat cards have now been issued in Berlin allowing 13 ounces per head per week. [dition of the German fleet being an additional security to us. "The hazy weather, the fall of night land the retreat of the enemy alone "frustrated the persevering efforts of our brilliant commanders. Sir John Jellicoe and Sir David Beatty, to force, a final decision. Although it was not possible to compel the German main 'fleet to accept battle the conclusions reached are of extreme importance. All classes of vessels on both sides have now met and we know that there are no surprises or unforeseen fea- .tures. An estimate can be taken of magnitude of the conflict. Lieut. Gas- j the strength ..of the enemy and his cadden was a popular young student of j definite inferiority is freed from any the University of Alberta when he left jelemenc ot uncertainty." hia studies tb fight against German A TRUE AMERICAN, HE.-LOVED CANADA The death in action of Lieut. J, B. Cascadden of Lethbridge serves to "bring home to us once again the awful Who militarism. He had a highly develop-; ed sense'of'dnb' to his adopted lancLJ'a Berliu? for he was an American by. birth and] had not yet been naturalized iu Cana- i da. a butcher shop Plenty of uews writers in Chicago Jt is the example of such young i would like to have Teddy insurge men that helps to focus our thoughts again just for the good news stories on the real cause of this [such a course would bring. They al- fight for freedom-against despotism.'ways look for something "hot" when Over Lieut. Cascadden's last resting Teddy is on the job. place on the battlefield might well be erected a stone (ascribed; "A true American, he loved Canada." as ttiey will( operate on standard time church in sending missionaries to this n gpjjj great; opportunities await the missionary who will go lo China. A very earnest appeal was made for more workers for this foreign field by the sneaker. There is only one sin- gle woman out there at present and she is conducting the school in Miss Robbin's absence besides trying to do evangelistic work. _ _ ___ _ Routine business was the order of tallons in the army, over "mem- lae A.-convention yesterday after- and thus gain a more profitable even ing hour. Charles Bedore. of Sharbot Lake, seviug six months in jail for non- support of bis family, was found by turnkey with ivill recover. his throat cut, but Methodism in the Bay of Quinte Conference has over two entire bat- bers and adherents having enlisted from this conference. J Fulford Block, at the corner of Court House avenue and King street the busiest corner in BrockvHIe, Out., was the scene of a fire loss of 000. The Quarterly Official Board of the Timothy Eaton Memorial church, To- ronto, has extended a unanimous ia- vltatfon to Rev. C. Sinclair Applegath, of Islington, to become the associate pastor, to take effect the beginning of July. Squire McDougall has resigned the the reports of the corre- iponding "and recording secretaries were made. In the latter report' the welcome information was given that there are now 77 affiliated branches with 13S7 members, showing an in- crease of 6 branches and 205 mem- bers. The .recording secretary ap- pealed for a travelling fund, out of which the expenses of( the .president could be paid to enable 'her to attend the general meeting of the W. A. A proposal to ask the synod for representation jhe A. was rejected. Mrs. Stavert. convenor of- the re- vision of the constitution committee, explained the reason of the changes ,g m that capacity 50 years' He is S9 years of age and has been one of the prominent- char- cy. His successor A. B Carscalleu B. A. 1 The most promising young men OE he nation are victims ot the war. [Inspired by a noble spirit they readily j respond to the call for service. A not- i able 'instance is that of Lieut. G: S. An" echo of the Lusitania case is an Alberta university professor, LUS1TANIA WOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN LOST found in a story told by Teddy Roose- land velt to friends, outlining how he would j have dealt with the Lusitania case.; Ii sounds as if It might, bave proven effective: a former Rhodes scholar. she moved that the report be laid on the table indefinitely.. An amendment to this motion was passed by a narrow margin of votes. This amendment, moved by Mrs. Sidney Houlton, and seconded by Mrs. W. H. Mitchell, was: "The. proposed constitution be re- A. sudden ilash of lightning during ]Eerred lo a committee of six, three of one of the big electrical storms which shall be members of the board, swept Ontario last week, killed Priv- resideiu in Calgary, and three from ate of the 169th Bat-joutside branches, and- that an advis- tallon, Clinton street, Toronto, at committee of four laymen be Niagara Camp. Lieut. Mathews, also assist them. -TMs committee of the lG9th battalion and forty-eight to report at the neiti annual meeting. others from various other battalions are suffering from burns and shock. Germany isn't saying much about! That the following be requested to "When these advertisements ap- declared Mr. Roosevelt, ac- cording to the current story, "I should have.sent for the German ambassador first report which it knows is a fake report, but does not intend to correct it. The Spokesman Review sizes the situation up about right when it says: act on the advisory committee: Mrs. Stavert Airs. Mitchell and Miss Pink- Manager George Martin of the Wat- 1 ham; Mrs. Murrell-Wright, Lethbridge loo County House of Refuge, ami I Mrs. Ayres, Red Beer, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Martin, matron, have resigned JGleichen; laymen: Chancellor Cony- the Jutland sea fight It made the j erloo cboujlty of Refugep am, and. inquired on whose authority the moral of the Jutland sea fight is j advertisements were published. .If he -to -get first at the typewriter." had answered that it was done on his i authority, I should have notified him that I would hold him legally respon- sible if.'harm came to a single Ameri- can 'citizen. If he had said that the publication was made on the author- ity of his government, I should have told him to notify his government that Lusitania would be convoyed across the Atlantic by a fleet of American warships. There would have j lieen no Lusitania added Mr. jof tne end? Roosevelt. j That sounds lite the calibre of the The Toronto Telegram's cartoon The Russian bear is limbering up. With its success of the past few days, one wonders what great move was being planned when K. of K. was lost on his way to Russia. Were east and west about to start the steam roller their positions after eighteen years' service, and will retire into private life. The Board of Management has j they will assume their duties on Sep- I [ember 1st. As a result of an agreement be- tween the employees and the commis- sion of Brantford Municipal Railways, the men will receive an increase of two and one-half cents in all grades. j In addition, conductors and motormen j will be granted stools, and will be sup- beare. Judge Jennison, Calgary, Mr. Savary, Calgary, and Dean Paget, of in motion that would be the beginning plied change b'y right kind of man for U. S. president- WHAT THE NAVAL BATTLE MEANS As the days pass, the conclusion' of fall fair minded judges is that the North Sea battle was a complete vic- tory for the British navy. Germany, by getting its false reports to the pub- lic first, more or less prejudiced the opinion of the'world. Since then it lias been forced to admit greater losses and the comparisons which can following the North Sea naval engage- ment hit off the result admirably. It pictures the German daschuud hiding in his kennel. "The Kiel while the British bull dog, with one While the union is not recognized, no discrimination will be shown to any man, who belongs to a trades union. The Montreal Methodist conference elected Rev. Dr. Peter L. Richardson, as president. Rev. Wiliuot G. Clarke B, A., pas- tor of the Methodist church, at Bow- manville, Ont.t has been appointed chaplain of the 235th (Durham and 1 Northumberland) battalion, with the! eye bandaged, stood outside. Under- honorary rank of Captain. This is neath were these words: "The British third pastor from this church to [join the colors, the other two being B. Kenny, chaplain of the 339th battalion. Cqbpunr. and Rev. J. Garbutt, chaplain of the 116th battal- ion, Oshawa. may be slightly disfigured but j J I wasn't chasefi back to my kennel." The whole allied world mourns Kitchener of Khartum. He will be a man to may be j rcpVesentatives "of "the" Anglican" and a victory and that Germany suffered ISUTG lnat llR far-siefcted Presbyterian churches and of the sel- very heavy'losses to traln UP under Mm who know ection Of street Church, Lord Charles Beresfonl i, a f-Jhow t0 handle miIHons of less critic. Had the admiralty shown UP to disadvantage in the recent en- gagement, he would have quickly ex- posed its weaknesses. However, his cnly criticism is that the admiralty j was slow in getting the news to the world. As to the fight itself he says: "Though, a hard-earned sea fight; it was a British victory. There was no mistake In strategy made. The Bri- tish desire was to sink the German fleet or make it retire to Its base. In the absence of.Zeppelins for scouting purposes the British-navy was obliged to send out heavy cruisers arf outside scouts, because cruisers would have been driven in without securing the needed'Information. "Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty, in of this object, rf j how to handle modern warfare, so that his work will go on to tho conclusion for which he hoped. From a sentimental stand- point, however, his loss is the great- jest blow the Empire has yet Many people are asking why the flag at the Mounted Police barracks has not been flying at half mast for Kitchener. The fact Is that it is not the military rule to fly the flag over military, barracks at half mast when dies in action. The reason for this is that the authorities do not wish to east a gloom over the soldiers. Keep the old flag up and keep up the ipirita of the soldiers. Death in ac- tion Is. inns', honorable, Endarfcation of'Church Union by Brantford, as the place of the, conference, were outstanding events at last Friday's session of the Ham- ilton Methodist conference. Rev, A. B. Farney of Trinity Anglican church Slmroe declared far as .church unloTi is concerned, cay say emphat- ically that I am a church uuion man. After three and a half years among pagan Indians, I have found the div- ision among Christians hard to ex- plain away. I have often been met with the argument, 'Go. and agree among yourselves, and. then come to us.' We are the most extravagant or- ganization In the world. It takes sev- en separate organizations to take charge of this to'wu, when three could do just as effective work If they were untied. I think the -conditions of this disunion arc a disgrace, when I come to the consideration of the finances Hiul the difficulties guroundihg mission- ary work." Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. "CASSANDRA......... June 13 .fSA.TURiJIA June 24 July 'CASSANDRA.......... July 16 passengers only. Rate t Carries cabin and third class. Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any Railroad, Steamship Agent, or H.'E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granvilje Street. j DONT KP THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please notify. PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardStutcfibury, Sety. OR Returned Bureau, LETHBRlbGE, ALBERTA, J. R. Methodist Women's Mis sionary Societies Open Convention Here (CONTINUED PROM _FUONT PAOE] broke out and therefore they con not nogloet UIOBU duties hut the en at the present time Is one of moi sacrifice. In spite of this being tl 20th century, tlioro wero atlll poop who had not yet heard the word Christ and tho church was never mor needed than at the present time. Tl war wus not turning men away fro God ami the church, but rather wa bringing them into closer rolatio ship with the things that mutton iu the world. Not only in the Uenc was this seen but also in th shadowed homes of many lands, hear were turning to the church for Woman's place in the work of evai ism was in no way tmimportan but rather she thought, now was tli time that women should take a mor active part in the work. The speake then went ou to give suggestions to bow to increase the interest in th work of the branch, the various need of tiie society and concluded with a earnest appeal for consecrated persoi al work by' all the members. The report the Mission Circle Which was given by Mrs. J. J. Robert sounded a very optimistic note, in creases practically boiiig reported a! along the line. Emphasis was laii jpon the increase in the finances am she stated that this vear was the bes At this juncture Miss Asson am iliss Varwood, two returned mission irles were introduced to the gathering, and given a very hearty welcome. The report of the branch corres jonding secretary was given by Mrs vsli, who in a very bright way touch id upon the work had been Uoni luring the past 12 months, particuU mention was made of work don and minutes were then by Mrs. Lytle. A report of bristian stewardship prepared by rs. Buchanan, Edmonton, was given f Mrs. Lewis. The report showed lat only ten of the auxiliaries had eported that they had appointed tith- g secretaries. By earnest work, owever, the writer thought that much ore could be done. No one who had ot tried the system could have any ea of the increased spiritual and mporal progress which would follow uch a course. ienderson Park to be a Regular Coney Isle CONTINUED FJJOM FRONT PAGE) soldiers, went away the ommissioner went round with a woe- 1 face for a few days; the Red line iceipts had fallen off lamentably, len he began to figure. He got 'ices on the cost of a merry-go-round, insiilted the Other commissioners id -they told him to go ahead 'and st his department would pay r it He has it figured oiit that If ery man, woman and child in the ty wpuld take one ride, the'first in- alment of the children's ould .be said. Today, carpenters are busy at :he ke erecting a spreen for :he movies t in the water in front of the pav- on. This is being placed far enough t to enab'le boaters to float round their boats and watch the pictures, ood programs of filmdoms best will provided. It Is also the intention supply niusic a't the park and if ese attractions are sufficiently pat- nized, Via the ptreet car fcute, hers will follow. G. B. Firth, widely known as a tel keeper throughout western Onr rio, died at Ingersoll. ABDICATION OF KING OF GREECE IS POSSIBILITY1 Rome June imcRnsnrM dfv from Athens hints at the pos-1. sibiiity o? the abdication of King Con-j stantine of Greece.' The dispatch.auds.that tion of the Greek cabinet is inevitable and that it will result in sensational developments. Hay and Grain! .WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN METALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to till your requirements of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as to quality, price .and service. We have some line WAVER- LY SEED OATS AT SOc. PER BUSHEL, 100% germination test. The Saunders Hay ek Grain Co. Abundance Seed Oats 45 Los. to Bushel 100% Germination .in Jiijc Days Government Laboratory test Per Bushel jf A Seed Potatoes Green stand- Gold Coin, Mountain and other ard varieties Per ton............ F. O. HYDE CO., (Successor! to Hyde Corner 2nd Ave. A. 12th St. A. Phone 1244 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., Preildtfll IOHN AIRD. Genera I Minocer H. V. F. JONES, Au'tCouil Minim V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Ccntnl Weiun Bnncliu CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank f Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same arefp! attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's usiness. .Money may ba deposited or withdrawn in this way as atisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. wai L0thbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr ;