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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD She toerafe Siberia AND WISKUY Rales: delivered, per week by mall per year by mall, per year loo tho Hamilton Herald thinks he Is.prob. ably popular among his wife's rela- Sir Hufh John Macdonald dealt with the first Infraction of the Hugh John Macdonald Liquor Act lu Maiii> toba. A man, who void 75c worth whiskey In a--haek lano, was sent jail for three months. Manitoba' FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916 15 pnin" atrfstly enforce the new la ..i.51.00 lenlency "'lth offenders. The sam attitude will be taken In Alberta whe our prohibition law comes into fore BiiRlneifl- Office 4 12" Edftprlal Office I ...1224 W. A. Quehanan Canaeing Director John Business Mtnagtr Your King and Country need you right nowl ROUND-THE CIRCLE ;OF THE WAR Further successes of the Russians ion the Galidan front are announced i, fin the capture of the Austrian fortress of Lut.k, and the capture of The Montreal News (Conservative claims that. Canadian manufacturer are boosting prices at home becaus the war has boosted prices abroad, that Is going on it should be stoppet says the Edmonton Bulletin. Th Canadian market has been "preserved to the Canadian manufacturer. As matter of fairness, the output of th Canadian manufacturer should' "preserved" for the home market t the extent that that market require and at reasonable prices. Pool'tables In-Methodist churches 't the old timer raise his hand in holy horror at (he. thought 'Bi jn a meetii admit the evacuation i. V.-.. (Fort vaui at Verdun, the fort having iat tte keen rednced to rnins. German a f01'ables m churches m Canada. It is I held that there is absolutely no harm Jin playing a fame of pool, but the environment must be right. Let boys play their pool in church where the environment is the best and t won't want to play where it is-not so good. That is the church idea, and not far wrong either. The British state that the Germans entered their front line trenches 'through Hooge. The Canadians have abandoned their first line trench. The Germans have finally admitted line loss of their battle cruiser Lutzow J3n the Jutland bkttle. Their admis- bsions still do not cover what Is claimed fey the British. r J.4-OW VISIBILITY; KITS MEANING "Low. Visibilityfl were words -or -sig- in the recent admiralty state- vmen( on the North Sea fight. What off the coast ot l CWH, -.vas beaten less bv superior I %unner5 than by this same "low visi- slnce tte early Major Stanley Jones, of Calgary, is now reported missing instead of wounded. As soon as the call was issued for Canadians, Stanley Jones volunteered ..and ..ha .was attached to j the Princess as a lieutenant. He well known Calgary barrister and ja prominent Liberal, having been sec- jretary of the Alberta Liberal associa- tion for yeara. His wife? has been a Jbility." It will be. remembered, recalls j Khe 'Toronto News, that Admiral von fSpee's ships were well in towards the Scoast, that Cradock was perhaps five pniles to the westward in the open feea, and that the time was late after- and early evening. At such'a ftlme the Germans were looking fcjwards the lightest part of the horizon jihd the British ships were clearly against It. Nothing could be iinpre convenient for a German gun- Tier.' On the other hand, the British towards a don-colored. sky and coast and the difficulty Ot ol friends in of getting a clear outline of the enemy ghips may be understood, again, this time in the North Sea, the Germans are hugging a coast and the British ships appear six or miles'to the westward-in late Afternoon and early evening. The air fSs misty, which makes it all the more jiflifficultitd. discern the enemy, but it Moes not smudge the outline of the ships running between Jutland Jand the illuminated west In'all prob-' the British admiral, full of the ireckless daring which has been the of our navy In other ages, and avoiding the rery -suspicion of tim- idity, has done exactly what ;Cradoek did, attempted to close-at speed7 trusting to his Iscfc sad Ms gun-layers 3f he had succeeded the would have cheered In the-old days fighting admirals, handling "'fleets un- der sail, were taught to manoeuvre "nntil they got to windward of their More than once this windward wai the decidinK factor of Alberta Trill hope that he will turn lip iIGKEDUPIN FOR THE BUSY HAN A. K. JIoiMullen, ot St. John's church, Toronto, has been Aptlfled that his son Lieut. '.Percy iMeJJIullen wont down oil H. M. S. Invincible in the recent naval battle. R. J. M.A., D.Sc., of To- ronto University has accepted the ap- pointment of assistant professor in tho department of chemistry at'the' Uni- versity of Saskatchewan. Lieut.-Col Victor Buchanan, who las been awarded tha .is a member of the Montreal Stock Bi- chaiige and a former president 6f the M.A.A.A. Major James Mills, of the Horse Ar- Jllery, who has been awartied the D. S. O., is the son of Dr. James'Jiilis, of Ottawa, formerly railway sioner. The Kingston Trades and Labor louncil has passed a resolution ex- pressing opposition to the city council pending on the lighting of Barriefield camp, as believes the overnment should 'ben expense. A memorial service was Sold iu the lethodist church at Stirling'Ont, for Lieut Payne, the young bank: clerk, on of Mrs. Mary Payiie, of; Stirling, 'ho was accidentally drowned at Pet- Rev. William Column Corey, pastor J f the Nelson B.C., Baptist church, nd his son, Ralph, have enlisted as j rivates in the Universities battalion I nd will leave shortly for the train- ig camp at the coast. If you suffer from .this painful malady, 1 linnlv If herbal, quickly eases the dull, gnawing pain.stopsbleed- ing, ends 'the irritation, and in a' short time com- pletely and perni.an- e n t 1 y cures. Zam-Buk should be in every home. A cablegram has been received in Bleary to the 'effect that .Gapt. Am- been decorated with the Mil- ary cross in connection with the tig's birthday.honors. Brigadier-General Arthur EHershaw, et with Kitchener, was Born in 1869 id entered the army, in 1888, won -nors in the-Indian fron- er in IS He Tvas severely ounded in the Boer war. Hugh James .Q'Beirne, lost with tchener, in addition to other posts PopUr, "t suffcrpd for years bleeding- The pair; was often so bad I could hardly wait. I tried remedy after remedy, and finall underwent an oper- ation, but onlv gut temporary relief. At last I tried Zam-Buk. Perseverance with this completely cured me an.I there has been no return o the trouble." TIlirETOAtEWi Tho following: tribute to the lat Alex Martin, of LothbrlUgo, who fe In action some days ngo, has been r voil by his brother, W. A. Martii from Major Rlploy, comiuundlng th 20th Battery: "V Belgium, :May A. Alui-liu, Esq., Lethbridge My Dear presume you brotliei, of the Black who wi present.at advised yo of Poor Alex' was one i hose who had to make tho great j riflce and it came to'him about 10.3 a m on Sunday, Mav 7th My hat terj receded a heavy shelling tha morning and he-was, hit by a piece.o shrapnel which penetrated his heari Poor boj, ho lived tor onlj a few minutes, and was unconscious mos of that time. The whole battery feel .his loss keenly as he was oue of our best: sig nailers, fearless, willing and compe tent, and very popular with his com rades. Knowing that he had secured a pass that morning to visit in the Block who were out in' rest [immediately sent a messenger for Jie who caine up and then ended the funeral the next niorn K- Alex received as Kood a funerahas would; permit. H grave has been properly wili give you any further particulars bat you may-require the first pppor- unity. .His personal effects have been ornarded to his next of km as ghen 1 his pay-book, Mrs. G. Hanbridge, Tgcotland. Kind regards. ALVIN RIPLBY safely, though, they fear he may he held during a lopg career in the diplo- matic'service, was 'second secretary amongst the dead, not yet identified. "TUe'SessIori'i closing raid on the Dominion treaadry must definitely link aid the- same plane of' public opinion Sir -Rodblphe Forget and Sir Rohert the' Ottawa" 'Citizen, one Southam papers, says. "The .purchase of the Quebec, and Sagnenay -railway by the government at aitime of national sacrifice like the present is just' the limit of political depravity. It, no arouse for Sir Robert Borden to hare absented him- self while the batrayai of the public trust took place. .Cana- da-needs'a'national leader to lead' and potato raids are being essayed on the substance ot the Cana- dian people. It is a nefarious politi- cal deal, and Sir Robert Borden is-well anwclated with Sir Rodolpne Forget in consummation of it on the iHt day of the war and sacrifice session of 1916." has been granted for the organization of two new battalions in London (Out.) District. One a Scotch corps, possibly adorned with kilts, the extra cost of which .W, T. Gregory, American'-'-Tobacco king, of Leamington, has offered to the other an Irish battalion, Brig.-Gen. A. C. Macdonell who has beec made _ St Michael: and St. George as for- merly in comand of the Lord Strath- cona's Horse (Royal Canadians) at Winnipeg. former officer ot the R.N.W.M.P. and was well known' throughout the west. Gen JIacdonell HP a Tin i 1D tie L -He was ana Seruce Order> Magistrate Macdonald of Winnipeg, enjoyed the distinction of passfng sentence on the first -violator of the act he drafted He, sent John Sender- son down for three months for selling Distinguished to the British embassv m Washing-' 1S a ieteratl of the South .ton'from 1895 to live of Ireuind. Lieut-Col. C. -who has been awarded the C.M.G, distinction by the fonnany jears on the engineering staff ot the Canadian Pacific Railway company. In response to the call of .the; Empire he organized BANtCQF: -FRANCE STATEMENT Panst June tseeklv state ment of the Bank of France shows the ollouing changes Gold in hand in creased, C Oil 000 Irene's. In hand decreased, francs notes in circulation1- increaseH, 134, 106 000 francs treasarv deposits de- francs; general de- posits decreased, francs, hills discounted decreased, 42.9S3.000 advances increased, francs STORIES OF J. J. HILL 75 cents worth of wniskej, contrarj a railway constriction corps last fait to the provisions of the Macdonald ieft France fto carry out the They a short way in Great Britain of doling wKn folk -who pre- fer ttie maldng 'of money to their dutlei ai citizens of a country at war- act. Henderson sold a bottle to a man in the rear of'IBs Allies Tem- psraace bar at .Winnipeg. The Reglna'Dominion Lands dist riot is a thing of the past It has been ibolished, the territory lying within It having been added on to the Moose Jaw district and placed under the dir- ection of Dominion Lands Agent G .K. Smith, Mooeo Jaw IB future Ke- gina will be nothing more than a sub- with, perhaps, one person in charge. The-home oft R Ferguim, K C, at No 4 Ruskin Row, Wlnajpeg, is to be sold by order of Chief Math- ers Jo provide alimony fnmh for Mr Ferguson's wife, Mrs Ferguson was granted 130 a week alimony1 last Feb- ruary, but was unable to collect, and petitioned Chief Justice Mathers -Sliu Saturday ordered the sale of the n well-known ing arm were Uhe action. It seems clear that-naval Ltactics must depend henceforth on a 'system of-manoeuTring which Trill take cognizance of conditions of E.' N, Higinbqtham was a citizen (Vorth remembennr with, i He had been here for years and was always an euterprislng, public spirited citizen Whaterer may be thought of Colonel W. Allison hy the general public. lathered In hy the authorities on cbarfe of defrauding the admiralty by the cost of -labor 'in connection with repairs to narat ves sels. These men Trill be placed on trial lo due course in the criminal courts. About the same time an iron merchant of Sheffield was convicted of "collecting and attempting to elicit Information with respect to war ma- terials which might be directly or in directly useful to the enemies, for the purpose; it is believed by the cf '-jeillng the information to the enwiy if. opportunity offered. He was sentenced to penal servitude for life. in Canada, remarks the Winni- peg Press, both of these charges to probability would" haTe referred, to -royal commissions. of building strategic railis-avs and repairing damaged bridges and" Ueut.-Col Oswald Arthur Fitzger- ald, who had been personal military secretary to Lord 'Kitchener since Au gust, 1914, and lost with his chief, had closely associated with the late fleld marshal for many years, H was Kitchener's assistant military secretary in India te'h years ago, an officer of his staff during his mls'sjo] to Japan, Australia and New Zealand In 1809, and Ins military secretary a the time of King George's coronation against it. Sir Hay Frederick Donaldson, aluong those who accompanied Lord Kitchen er on the Hampshire, wai technical adviser to David Lloyd George, minis ter of munitions He was prominent In the engineering: world, being a past president of the Institute of Mechan- ical Engineers and a member of var- ious-engineering societies, 'He was born in 1856 Captain the Rev Canon John Jlac- pherson Almond, rector of Trinity Church, Montreal, who has been hon ored with the C M O, holds the rank of Lieut-Col in the'Canadian Bipedi tionary Force, and is chief chaplain of. the First Canadian Division. In the Boer war he also held the position of chaplain, and-his work among the fever-stricken patients at Bloemfon- :eln-earned him-much distinction Better Muscle, Better power to do things from foo4 that supplies the greatest amount of strength-giving nutriment with the least tax upon the digestive organs. Shredded Wheat Biscuit .contains all the muscle-making material in the whole wheat the most perfect food given to man-made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. Contains more real nutriment than meat or eggs and costs much less. Being ready-cooked and ready-to-serve, it is the ideal Slimmer food. Delicious for breakfast, for luncheon or any meal with milk or cream, or with fresh fruits. Made in C.annrla. -When he noticed from the platform of his observation car .that a. watcli onau commissioned to take care that no lighted cinders fell ou a certain wooden bridge carried a pall which contained a leak, he ordered the train tov be ibficked 'up as bridge lit; question. He said''to the'-watch- man "My man, you are to-the Great Xor- :hern cpmpany just What that hole is bucket you great deal worse than useless. Ton may ..throw [he bucket away and look for another job. Human life is too-dear to" trust itrto one of your kind. J. J. 'Hill's friends held the fate of the great magnate hands, time and again, and it nas their .lojaitj that saved him fcorn ruin pre- pared for him by unscrupulous ad lersaries One of his friends was approached by representatives of Wall Street interests and was asked to" part with his holdings in the Hill properties at a proni of 000000 and "Gentlemen said Hill's staunch rriend, have come to the wrong man I have millions enough T do not any more Jim Hill helped me to make those millions mv friend and J will not desert him non 1 -dsoliBB -your offer with thanks Men beliei ed in him because he had the- conviction that breeds confidence in ;pthers. One of his backers said that w ith Hill nothing was Impossible The way in which J. J. Hill wooed and wed pretty Marj Mehegan is an interesting on t'.s personal life of the man Vary Mehegan ser- ved his meals when he boarded in a United Empire March I A Splendid Patriotic Number Played by tin; VkitOr Military Band Norah Acushla Popular Song Success Bj Will Oakland Sung by Martmelh A loveh unnibei from Flolow's lonmntio opera On the June list of New Victor Records JUST OUT Other uijovalAc (.elections 1iom a lisi of N eighty iieu mentioned below. Thret Up Inch, double tided Victor cents 1 for the two selections The-petter That Mover Reached Home Macdonougn Orpheus 18OTO (Ive You, So Whj Should 1 Cure Henry Bun Fair Hawaii She Sung 'Aloha tu Me William Tell i Tell Edna Brown lameh Heed n Dixon Orpbeije Qt UJ032 Vlutoc, Conocrtl.Orch. ictor Concert Ort'j ISOIJ Twelve-inch, double-sided band record Tales of enetian- Scene _V88sellis It-iimn falavonlc Dance waseiui s Itailm Bind Baud Red Seal Record Bonnie Wee Thing John McCorrahcJt ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" Reg Ag Dept "wit always guarantees the quality BE SURE TO LOOK FOR IT tor trie copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Victor Records Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. LIMITLD 143 Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS IN BR1 1 OWN AN'U CITY Victor in Canada RISCH, yd. 1 The Home of The Block Fifth Street South hotel near St -while employed t er life thev as a He lost hi: and gained her promise to ued Hf bora' the of educating his filbcee, and throughout their lat _ r _ _ hoM-; pnere which has made- their three sons and six daughters revere the memories ot the dayp weie all together in ope domattic circle MEN WHO PRESENTED AT.RIDGEWAl, ONT., TO VETERANS. Left to right Major Gen Sir Wm OHfr, qen Sir J M Gibson, Henrj Swan and 'hese men with Lt Col J B Farewell of Wnltby, Oqt, ire ented to Limi, Ridge, leterans the Bark at Hldgewaj 'ntario t Miaiag and Agricultural Supplies Barb Wire, Hog Fencing, Hay Bale 'Ties, Well Casing, Thresher Belts, Bar Iron, Iron Pipe, Valves and Pipe Fittings, Bolts, Rivets, etc., and Hose, Boiler Tubes, Wood Split Pulleys, Waste, and 'Manilla Rope, Wire Rope, Packings, Fire Brick and Fire Clay, Tools, Gasoline Engines, Steam Pumps, Boilers, Penberthy Injec- tors and Repair Parts. WELL CASING Immediate Shipment- Have Just Unloaded a Carload PHONE OR WIRE YOUR ORDERS Send us Ymir Orders for iarb fire, Hog Fencing, Staples, Galvanized Iron Pipe, Valvei, tic- J. B. TURNpY COMPANY, LTD- Phone 755. Mining, Builders and Agricultural Bupulie Alberta, 1245 Second Ave. 8. Supplies Lime Brick and Tile, XaiK Plaster. Plnlf Fire Places and Grates, Moitar Stain, Sfhinglr Stain, Roofing1 -Pilch, Bulding Papers, Pivpaiecj Roof-, ingS Concrete jii.ichinciv', Sl-rur- lural Sleei. Corrugated Jron, dlk Shingles and Siding Pipe, Braver Boa id >varc. ;