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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta tUGE FOBS THBLETHB1U0GE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1115 She alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION Pally, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mall, year....... Xftekly. 07 mall. TELEPHONES: Business W'torial Office 123: 122. W. A. Buchanan John Torranet Itanaetnt Director Business llanaio ROUND THE CIRCLE Or, THE WAR Moro munitions seems to be the cr> on all sides now. The Germans hav: set a standard of munition supply i this war perhaps never before dream ed of. The statement'rae liege the Germans fired 700.000 shells in 24 hours is some indication of this Shortage o" munitions, was respon tibia for the failure of -ifie'RueFian ad vance. Shortage of munitions has some -worry. Xow it is report eoVthat the- Germans are attempting to lie up the big munition plants of the 1 .United States. The situation may no bi so serious as it appears on the sur face, but the fact remains that sup- erior supply of munitions has given the Germans really the only advan they have had thus far in the war. The sudden resignation of Secretary Bryan at Washington is a direct re- mit of the crisis -which has developed between the United States and Ger- many. The new note from President .Wilson to the Kaiser was to have gone forward Monday, but has been delayed The Italians continue to strengthen their positions on Austrian soil. Dis- gatchei yesterday indicates that the chances were lessening that Bulgaria and Roumania -would enter the con- flict The Allies have landed frwh 1 troops at the Dardanelles, and are .vig- orously pushing their campaign there. !This announcement, together with the statement that conditions at Con- stantinople are exceedingly serious, gives rin to the belief that the suc- cessful end of the Attics' fight in this theatre.of war is close at hand. MR. COLEMAN INOCULATED The irrigated district conquered D. C. and it -will conquer every officialifrr public man who _.ytHits it The doesn't fully; the great It posseliei In the bridge "irrigated district. It is really the only successful irrigated district in Canada; and if the world knew more about settlement would soon fill up the vacant spaces With Mr. Coleman as with all other visitors, "seeing is Let the for Irrigated land, see It, and he is pretty tare to-become a settler. Settlers are .-what Lethbridge and the C.P.R. both are absolutely agreed on that point. Lethbridge believes the settlers will come to the irrigated land once the merit of this section Ja known. We hpse, Mr. Coleman mil encour- age other C.PR officials to visit this we know they will go away convinced that irrigated farming a success in the Lethbridge dis- trict, that-it il the ideal place for mix. ed farming. A glimpse of farms with boautirul, well-developed trees.' small vagetables galore, alfalfa, and j Dther nays, with their prospects for I stock raising and dairying, would ere- tmte then into missionaries spreading [fcbroai the CM pel of Lethbridge, ami I Jts rick irrigated district DID BRYAN CIVE UPand doctor them. A chemist has invented a way to end corns quickly. It ul known as Bhc-jay. Attach ft and the corn pain stops at once. Then a bit of B B loosens the corn very ffently. In two days ihe whole corn disap- pearswithout any pain or soreness. It seems magical. After a Nat-jay plaster IB applied, the shoe can't hurt the corn. After 48 hours there is no corn to hurt. Folks have proved this on some 70 million corns.: They are removing in this way a million corns a month. That's why corns are not so common as they used to he. Bbt-jaj plasters found them hall- the corns that grow today art) quickly ended fay them. Blue-jay Corns H fmt eaau Samflit Mai THE LIQUOR ADS. REFUTED AND THEIR CONTRADICTIONS SHOWN LIQUOR AD. IN.EDMONTON JQURNAL, JUNE 4, 1915. The Liquor Act is dangerous- threatens your boy temptation.of for- .Bidden things. keeps the liquor chan- nels as open as at'prcs- 'ont, THE TRUTH OF THE MAT 'TEH' a system to that recently rejected by'Russia. vendors will be potential sources of political corruption. drug store will be grop shop. 6 A physician may liquor salesman. be a dentist may prescribe liquor and it will mean an additional fee. veterinary surgeon can sell liquor in quan- tities, interdict is no long- er protected by law. rich man will get all he wants to drink. workingmari will not be able to buy a glass of beer. 12- -Whiskey will replace beer as a beverage. 1. THEN, NO BOY SHOULD BE FORBIDDEN ANYTHING LEST HE BE TEMPTED. 2. IT CLOSES THE BAR, THE WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE, THE CLUB AS A PLACE WHERE WHISKEY MAY BE SOLD AND DRUNK. .under [lie Acl he would he prevented from buying liquor in the province, except from a registered druggist and upon a doctor's prescription for purely medicinal purposes." (From Liquor Ad. published ia Consort Enterprise, May 13th.) 3. THIS STATEMENT IS FALSE. THE SYSTEM "REJECTED BY RUSSIA" INVOLVED A GOVERN- MENT MONOPOLY OF THE SALE OF LIQUORS FOR BEVERAGE AND OTHER PURPOSES. "THE LIQUOR ACT" PERMITS NO SALE FOR BEVERAGE PUR- POSES. BUT A SALE BY GOVERNMENT VENDORS FOR MECHANICAL, SCIENTIFIC, MEDICINAL AND SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES ONLY. 4. A j'OTENTIAL SOURCE IS NOT AN ACTUAL SOURCE. IF THE CLAIM OF THE LIQUOR AD. WERE CORRECT, WE COULD WELL AFFORD TO REPLACE THE ACTUAL SOURCE OF POLITICAL CORRUPTION IN THE PRESENT LICENSE SYSTEM BY A SOURCE THAT IS ONLY POTENTIAL. THEIR CLAIM IS NOT TRUE, HOWEVER. THE RESTRIC- TIONS SURROUNDING THE VENDOR ARE SUCH AS TO MAKE IT PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE THAT HIS OFFICE BE A SOURCE OF POLITICAL CORRUP- RUPTION. .-v v v-s, 5. ".........UNDER THE ACT HE WOULD BE PREVENTED FROM BUYING LIQUOR IN THE PRO- VINCE EXCEPT FROM A REGISTERED DRUGGIST AND UPON A DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FOR PURE- LY MEDICINAL PURPOSES." Liquor Ad. as above.) THE LIQUOR ACT WILL PERMIT A PHY- SICIAN THE SAME PRIVILEGE OF GIVING LIQUOR TO A, PATIENT IN HIS OFFICE FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES THAT HE HAS UNDER THE PRESENT LICENSE ORDINANCE, BUT WILL SURROUND HIM WITH GREATER RESTRICTIONS. (Sec. 32, The Liquor Act.) 7. This STATEMENT IS FALSE. NO DENTIST MAY GIVE A PRESCRIPTION FOR LIQUOR. HE MAY KEEP ONE PINT IN HIS OFFICE TO BE GIVEN ONLY TO PATIENTS RECEIVING DENTAL TREATMENT AT THAT TIME AND WHEN THE .CHARACTER OF THE TREATMENT DEMANDS IT. (Sec. 32, Clause 8; THE LIQUOR ACT PERMITS A VETERINARY SURGEON TO ADMINISTER LIQUOR TO DUMB AN- IMALS WHEN NECESSARY BUT GIVES NO RIGHT, TO SELL. (Sec. 32, Clause 3.) 8. THE LIQUOR ACT PROHD3ITS ALL SALE OP LIQUOR FOR BEVERAGE PURPOSES. HENCE THE PROTECTION REQUIRED FOR THE INTERDICT UN- DER THE LICENSE ORDINANCE IS NOT NECES- SARY. UNDER THE PRESENT SYSTEM THE PRO- TECTION .GIVEN THE INTERDICT IS ON PAPER ONLY. EVERY INTERDICTED MAN SUCCEEDS IN GETTING LIQUOR. 10. THE LIQUOR ACT WILL NOT PERMIT THE RICH MAN OR ANY OTHER MAN TO SECURE LI- QUOR WITHrtV THE PROVINCE FOR BEVERAGE PURPOSES. 11. CORRECT. NEITHER THE WORKINGMAN OR THE MILLIONAIRE WILL BE ABLE TO BUY A GLASS OF BEER. 12. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN THE LIQUOR ACT TO WARRANT SUCH A STATEMENT. READ THE ACT CAREFULLY AND SEE THAT THE STATE- MENTS IN HEAVY TYPE ARE CORRECT A VOTE FOR THE LIQUOR ACT IS A VOTE FOR A DRY ALBERTA DRY, 21ST JULY Femie Men Firm in Re- fusal to Work With Aliens in Mine CONTINUED FROM FRONT that the effect of brutality acting upon the minds o ftbc men, who are in all probability innocent or any wish to barm their fel'low work- ers, thus bringing home to the nations of the land of "kuHut" the effects of frlghtfnlneas. Superintendent Caufleld stated to the committee that waited on him that the mines would be open tomor- to all those who wished to go to work, and he said, further, that to satisfy the men of their safety, he would have each alien who went In- to. the mine searched to make sure that nothing wotfd enter the mine of a dangerous nature. But this assur- ance did- not have the effect to dis- suade the men from their determina- tion not to go to work till the aliens yen prohibited from working. Singls Allans Lieut-Col: McKay has ?iut received instructions from Victoria to interne all single Germans .and Atmtrlans un- naturalliod, and excepting married men with tUBllles who are supporting sane. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon pure foot) pro. ducts are, the.standard of qual- ity and purity. Is, no "just as good" as the best. Blue Ribbon Coff.e and Bak- ing Powder are sold, as an all othtr Blue, Rlbton auir- untied to give ptrftct satlsfao- tlorv ;