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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS wluat .771......... October wheat.......... 106 October oitt............ Low LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915 NUMBER 154 ALLIES WIN BIG ON o Change on Franco- Belgian ian Victory. London, June three of the rincipal battle of Europe suc- sses for the allies are reported, on ic Russian ami Italian fronts and the Gallipoli peninsula. Over the Frimco-Belgian line no ovements oi more than passing im- ortanco are under way and neither iide can claim conspicuous advant- iges. Russian claims that the tide of battle has turned in Oalicia are ac- entuatcil by an citheiul statement. rom Petrog'rad today. It is said that ustro-German forces south of Lem-' icrg have severe defeats. Capture of several Tillages is an- nounced and it is said many prison- and miieh war material were jkcn. ITALIANS NOT CHECKED The Italian advance across the Is- Dnzo river has not been checked. Oc- mpatlon ot the town oi Oradisca, iix miles southwest of Goritz, is re- ported by Italian authorities. Pos- session o'f this town and of Monfal- :one, near the (lull oi Trieste, would ippear to give to lialians a firm mid on lower Isonio. ADVANCE IN DARDANELLES AthenllrJune fighting :ontlnues .night and day on the Galli- loll'peninsula. Tile Alliei are en- eavoring to penetrate Turkish lines o the north. Unofficial, reports Indicate-that the have.made splendid advances, tut--few details arc given out. The'Allies are reported also to have. ccupied hills around Maidos, about" 5 miles from the tip of the peninsula. To Investigate Fernie Trouble Fernic, June Wage Officer HcNiven, arrived in. town this morn- ng-and-will make inquiries into the trouble which led to the closing down )f the mines for a day, owing to the iilficulty arising over the internment Tf alien i-aemies. WANT LINERS SUNK Amsterdam, June Ber- lin dispatch received here quotes the Berlin Post and the Tages Zeitung as urging that German submarines be ordered to sink the liners Arabaic and Orduna, leaving America for England, with cargoes of am- munition. The Berlin papers were quot- ed as saying that England ap- parently was not intimidated Fall Wheat Headed May Harvest in July A beautiful sample of fall wheat, standing 35 inches high and headed out, Ws to the Herald this by Jens Jorgensen, of Stirling, who ha. 130 acres of this wheat en Section 11-7-20. He expects to harvest this crop the latter part of July. .u u While Mr. Jorsensen ha, what would seem to be a record, reports from other sect.ons of the south show that there has been remarkable growth of fall wheat and that harvesting of commence oefore the end of July. C. M. McLennan, of the Herald farm, Raley, in ll-.e city today, says his fall wheat ,s headed out and will be ready to cut very soon. R. T. Brymner, manager of the Bank of Commerce, has returned from a tour of the Mountain section and states that conditions there were never better. Rain (ell then, every day but one this week. Wheat, bar- ley and oats all through that section are growing remarkably well. __________________________ by the sinking of the Lusltania. Methodists Pledge Support to Scott Temperance Act Regina, Sask., June Sas- katchewan ?.Isthodist conference here today unanimously and heartily en- dorsed the temperance leeifilatlon of the Saskatchewan government and pledged itself to use ovary means at its command to develop a still strong- er temperance sentiment throughout the province, in order that the enforce- ment of the new law should not fail through 'lack of popular support. ALL ARMY LOSSES HEAVY Washington, D.C., June Based on the official statement of Premier Asquith that Great Bri- tain's casualties to date amount to military experts here figure that the casualties of all armies involved in the European war, total more than men. Of this number probably have been killed, 000 wounded, and the rest are missina. Stewart Park Tells of Being Wounded Mr. Stewart Park, whose parents, and Mrs. William live at 1923 UNEMPLOYED CENSUS One result of the trip of the -'e western mayors to Ottawa to Interview Premier Borden, is the taking of a census of the unemployed in the west. This census has been-authorized by the Premier, and work com- menced. Mayor-Hnruie has re- ceived are to be filled in by the person who is out of work. The blanks will be available at the Labor Tern- pie oil Seventh street, and at SIT Thirteen street North on Monday, Tuesday; Wednesday and Thursday ot next week, from S a.m. to 1 li.m.. and from 2 p.m. tilll G p.m. All persons who are out. of work should fill in one of the blanks. OFFERS TO LEAVE MEXICO San Antonio, Tex., June General Francisco Villa, through his consulate here, re-affirmed to- day his offer of several months ago to leave Mexico if General Carranza would do likewise in an effort to bring peace to his coun- try. ANOTHER STEAMER IS SUNK Tbe home guard movement under way, and is meeting with fa- vor among the citizens of Lethbridge; Lists were put out yesterday at.noon ami iu.uo. for. enrollment and up to this writ- Eixhtli LctlibrldBe; is orer thirty names had been sign- the latest local man to be wounded i ed, and the number is rapidly grow- 1 ing Lc most prominent! 'citizens lead the list o'f volunteers. at the front. News of his injuries is received by his parents in a letter written by himself from the UirmingtmiiThospi- tal in London, Eng., in "which he says he is recovering and i that what he needef was a rest more than anything else, as the heavy Distributed throughout the city. They bombardments of German guns had c.ln Secn at the following places shattered his nerves. Park suffered a! Immigration Hall, Dominion slight shrapnel wounii in the side I office with Major Burnett, during the engagement at Laaghe- Havr Hardware -o., Alberta Loan inarcq. o'f voluntee. Lawyers, bankers, doctors and busi- ness men, as well as the mechanics, I are united in .this movement. Foe convenience of those who. wish. to on( a number of lists have been Although a Lethbritlge niaii." Park- joined the 72nd Sealorth and Investment Co., with J. R. Oli- at Vancouver when the man." Park Ttr) tae C.P.R. round house, the Mol- Highlanderi bant with K. D. Johnson, the! war broke Telegram ollice, the board of trade N. R. to Handle Crop from Macleod This Year Macleod, 'June T. Prascr, engineer for the C.N.K., was in Tacleod today on oflicwl business and u an interview with your representa- .tive confidently expressed ttie opin- ion that the C.N'.Ii. steel -would be [laid hot'wecn here anil Calgary in Itime to.take out the fall.crop. A big tf men, said Mr. Praser, are company to push the coiistructioii''bf the line aS rapidly as possible. Ap- parently, however, no separate gang he put on afc this end, but tem- porary construction of bridges in the district will prob'ably be commenced here within the next month. From this it really appears that the company intends to complete this "a very uri- ranti! men Sam -HL- niaaui, ttic unu IHUCIIUO vu i-i. low at work south of Calgary, and line, unless something of t is tnfl present intention of the foreseen nature kitish Army Officer is the Best Fighting Animal in the European War To-day Is the British army officer a snob. fVe have often, heard that he -was. But Bonn or Cologne. Meanwhile I sup- pose your neiglihors are getting bjisy with another Note, f can imagine a wun anoiner i can imagine a the tribute that Sergt.-lla.iorJ feverisll SBilrbMni. ot (he English (or _ 1 of the Scottish Borderers pays In bis latest letter from the trenches lo that same ttrltish snobbiness on I lie battlefield! He says: "Tliei-e is a ftrone belief that the public school lystem of England produces neither taoro nor. less than a snob. BdUsh- may go down on their.knees today Juid thank God for that snob. Love gamei. athleticism ,and, away above code of honor, make the ex- mbllc school boy of England.the fin- lighting animal In Ejurope today." i Some touching instances are told If .British officer's coolness on tlm liattlsfielij. The letter is Intensely In- lereBtlng. It is written lo Sergl.-Major ls a. A them so as to coniorm with tne prm- phrases a little stronger titan strict, law forbidding and not quite strong ,Jerferencc wlth trade in non-eontra- enough to give the gunners of D.S.S. f pas.lng tiTand from a' the opportunity o proving lry thron.h or to uncle. Rov. A. U Qeg Foronto. In part, he says: !e, In havs just finished reading the-de- -ails of the f-UEi'.snia affair. It leaves one with a nasty taste. Tho vord 'horror' 'has been exploited to inch an extent since August 1, IiU4, .hat It really seems up to some one to Bvent. something new .to express the pular feeling from day to day. r -bare hopes of some suitable word ItMflqnlnji with 'K') eiumaling. from erjclin7) language1 for some, office, and the Herald office. Thirteen Witnesses for Coxson Trial Macleod, June F. who stands charged with the murder of John Zoeteman, the well known Pcarce rancher, will appear for trial before Mr. Justice Walsh in-the Su- preme Court here on Thursday next. Thirteen witnesses at least will Liverpool, June 12, 3.20 The British steamer Leuctra was torpedoed and iunk off Yarmouth. The crew was rescued. ANOTHER London, .June British trawler, James Ley.nian. has been sunk bv- ai-German submarine in the North Sea. The crew was landed at Hull today. The submar- ine took the crew on board and then thelled the fishing boat. Later the crew was put adrift in small boats. STILL ANOTHER London, June 12, 11.S5 The trawler. Waago has been sunk by German submarine in the North Sea. The members of the crew ot'the fishing boat have been landed Hartlepool. OLD-WRSTO TO CANADIAN CASUALTIES BRYAN 10 Ottawa. Out., June Canadian casualty list is fast Climbing towards ihe i'OOO mark. The total reported un to ten o'clock today was Sfiu'J. of whom were klHold. and wounded. The missing now number ITOij. Teutons Retreat in Disor- der Leaving Thousands of Dead on Field Walks from Fort George, Asks To be Interned Here The fame of Fort McMchol is spreading tar and wide, and is attract- ing Germans and Austrians from all parts of the west. This morning a German reservist of. the Landsturm arrived at I lie police station and applied for admission to the internment camp. He claimed his name was Max Shoitsay, born in Ber- lin and that he had walked all the wav from Fort George, B.C. Since lie haii come so far, his Worship did not have the heart to refuse him and or- dered him to be taken out to Fort llc- N'ichol forthwith. London, June newspa- pers in their editorials this morning on the latest American note to Ger- many, wiiile remarking on its ex- treme courtesy combined with firm- ness, seize upon .its essential point that there can'he no further negotia- tions until assurances are forthcom- ing that'American lives and Ameri- can ships will.be safeguarded. Note is taken by the papers of the full op- portunity that is given Germany, as some of" them express it, "to save her and some measure of sur- prise is expressed why Mr. Bryan thould have considered it necessary to resign as secretary of state after having signed the first note. HON. JAMES MCLENNAN DEAD Toronto. Out.. June James McLennan, retired justice of the Su- preme Court, died today, aged 81. If all the old-timere of Lethbridge :turn out; to the service tomorrow called by the crown, and probably a ine.crown, and Colin Macleod and W. Washington, D.C.. June was officially stated today that a note will soon be sent to Great Britain and her Allies insisting on a change in the op- eration of the hlochade conducted -by them'so as to conform with the priri- that they'-can-shoot the eye out of a mosquito. About Reprisals "There is a question ofie every side. The wording' varies and, as a rulejs generously sprinlijcd with- vigorous adjectives.- Put simply, it is 'What are we going lo do In. the way of. am .well awaro that our first venture into the dan- gerous land of 'own-back' has ended disastrously for the scions of thirty- nine nob'le houses. I see a deal-of truth in the assertion that .in, a conlpc- tition of dirty tricks we shall certainly finish a had but just at the present time, I have no use for the argument that such and such must contiguous neutralcdnntrr leeii'Uu luivfc LU ow" and on the steps. After the service a meeting will he held to discuss the formation of an Old-timers'.Associa- tion. The men will meet at'theAIan- uai Training school ]nst a block from the church, at -7 p. m., from where Made Half-Million Qraft in Caisson Deals, Says Architect V. Horwdod Memorial Service The. Independent Order of Oddfel- lows will hold their annual memorial services at the cemetery tomorrow. The members will meet at the-Odd- fellows hall. at 2.30 and parade to the cemetery. After the ceremony the graves of their departed brethren will be decorated with flowers. Those who live in :North Lethbriiige will meet at the Burgmann Hall, and will par- ade from there. Persistent statements continue Petrograd. June in- fantry, with surprising ease, has in- flicted a succession of great defeats on the Germans in East Galicia. The main attack of the enemy was con- ducted at Moscieka, with heavy guns on the railways, but it was spent be- fore the Germans reached the barbed e entanglements in front of the main position. They retreated in dis- order, leaving thousands of dead. Simultaneously the Russians start- ed an enveloping movement against Von Lansinnen's army, which had crossed the Dneister. Russian infantry attacked the Ger- mans, who had a number of trench guns, driving them from the woods. The Russians annihilated the Ger- man division, and captured 186 offi- cers, 6500 men, 17 field guns and 49 machine guns. The fighting lasted two The Germans are now entirely south- wards of the Dneister. Evidently they intend to develop an enormous force there. They .were headed by Prus- sian and advanced towards Hallcz, from where they proposed to conduct the main attack on Lembergr All their movements were, however, easily frustrated. HUGE LOSS The Germans are now gathering south of the Dneister, apparently wait- ing reinforcements. They have lost in the last six weeks in Galicia more lives than in the previous six months against the Russians everywhere. Minneapolis, Minn., June W Horwood, former Manitoba provincial architect, was on the stand before the Commission, most of yesterday afternoon. Fol- i lowing is the summary of his most important evidence: The actual estimated cost ot the caissons was not over Kelly not for the work. The difference was to go into the Manitoba government's campaign Horwood iater sinned a state- ment that Kelly had sent a letter offering to do the job for which is claimed to be a bid. The file of correspondence was destroyed at the orders of Dr. Montague, ex-Cabinet minister. All the indexes had to be re-writ Kelly never said anything about paying campaign money to the Liberals. The caissons were reported to be 70 feet deep. Actually they were 40 feet deep; the contractor was paid for the 70 feet. Another Graft Unearthed the Royal Commission met this niominE, Horwood was again put the objection was sustained by the Commission. Produce Records -Minneapolis, Minn., June YVhitla, K.C., produced before the Roy- al Commission, here today, Salt's orig- inal and presumably true record of the caisson job. It gives the total yard- -tge as 25.194. or yards less than the Quantity "'for which Kelly got paid [or. According to the progress esti- mates, the contractor received 037 for yards. This works out-at ?25J5 a yard. Aisuming.thls to be a fair price, Kelly should have got for the caissons. He wss. therefore overpaid Counsel says, however, tnaf 523.45 a yard exorbitant figure. If this is the case, the real overpayment to the contractor on this part of the Parliament building job would be considerably greater. the scope' of the present inquiry, and inc ulluicii, uu i'- they will proceed to the -church 7.20. If accompanied by ladies men need not meet at the school un- less' they wish. Don't i'brget, just twenty years' residence in Lethbridge mates you an old-timer. Count up and see if you qualify. NERLICH IS FREE Toronto, Ont., June Nerlich, charged with treason, was late this afternoon pro- nounced not guilty by a jury, after nearly six hours' delibera- tion. An attempted demonstra- tion in, the co.u'rt room was' quickly squashed. Nerllch was charged with assisting alien enemies to leave Canada. Persistent statements continue tu niorningt Horwood was again come from Calgary to the- effect that' on tue Blana. The witness stated that internes at the Lethbridge camp are he saw Kelly after the latter's to he moved to 'Calgary for road- retlirn [rom California this spring, work. In fact, one Calgary paper R H wns 'strongiy in favor of having states :that. definite arrangements Salt come back to Winnipeg, have been made for this move by S. Mr Coylle asted the witness if he J. Clarke, superintendent of the Banu jjllew' ot "a where Dr. Montague national park-, where some of the Thomas KeKy Co. a work is tn.be done. However, Capt. tor some work on the new Birnic, camp commandant, has re- college at a price in ex- instructions along these [cultural college at a price in ex- cess of Horwood's estimate. Hor- 'wood said he did. Ten more guards were added lo the fc D05ing counsel objected to force at the camp yesterday, bring- as it was outside ing the number of guards up to 60, pursump ______----------- iceived no lines. including non-coms. Should tils' ternes at Fernie, which now number flncc Qatlfls 375 be brought here, increased ac- JKIIUJ as well, as re-doubled number of guards, will be impera- tive. BUYERS INSPECTCLIPS HERE Twenty to Front Oi the twenty-lne members ot the vfm sma St. Andrew's Young liens, Uible class only three are left alter ine ce- Macleod, June 11. A most dis- tressing fatality occurred here this week, when the little one-year-old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crane died from the effects of eating a poisonous weed. Some, hours prior to her'death the little girl was out on the prairie in a buggy little girls and became 'in possession of a prairie weed which she com- menced to eat. At the time-it was not noticed that the infant had been chewing the weed but several hours after she commenc- ed to when tiaces ot the weed were seen. The'flesh also commenced to turn to a vivid color and a doc- and would uct he shipped to coun- tries ai war with Great Britain. argument that sucii anu sucn musi Although tiie clip in 'Western Can- not lie done it is un-Brltish. ttbo ada is small in to some idealist spouter of s.uch a doctrine has of the shearings in'the United States, not seen the victims of the 'silent America American wool huvers arc begin-of the raw product, brought Emil ning to inv.de southern Alkerta, iol-i Nilsson, representing i'he news that the Dominion! of Boston, irom uasper, Wyoming, restrictions on shipments would be! and J. S. .Stressenger of the Jcrc- Miialined so that American firms could imiah Williams to, Boston .rom purchase here, under the guarantee Salt Lake "'hm t.hev bad heen that the wool would be manufactur- ed'Into textiles in the TJnitedStatcs, Class only truce utt n-iu cruiiing since the war broke outlast to sales, is likely that they August. A few hi thi meaOaxs were h will unite on some fixed schema of reservists and left at once and more action so cs to realize the worth of joined the 13th CMR train- thcir product-. cd at'' Canlston and tor their product-. cd at uarusion iuiu To The 'American buyers arc not mat- Calgary, and made a total of 18 I rom ir rilv where they had heen inc offers as vet, but 25 cents will this class. Four moui more of the ethbrid-e i probalv form a basis for ncgotia- members of this cl iss responded to These "two arrive the tions. They report .that the lasp the call of the countrj and joined the ily this are-already clips all the western States Zflth Major Ripta Ihe ivy mi a _ '-'_.. ..i ji__ i nr niir- namPS M lilC DOV S ale Jams o at once summoned, hut dC spite constant attention foi several :'hours the little child passed The remains of the weed were found m the and ire being sent away _ ,i___ __ il_t- tltn of the ThcVJ-will meet with the next Tuesday, when- cial meet- TWO MORE TRAWLERS lying with protruding tongues and hands tenring at the wind-pipe (Continued on .'1 llll.lll.iin DUVCLa 0 .xloos to buy here. The wont that i om Inc south, cady i clips all through, the western states atitn naiic have been either. cbnsigneti or pur-, names of the bojs aie chased -I Moodie, Oeo. Lowe, D.unlop, ti mt-oi- E Ftrth, :huyer for Andrew's i and Ramsay. This record set weather Company, of Toronto, is also in the' bv the cli.ss is cert com Lrapire [marines with no loss of u for examination, so that the nature can be ascertained It is thqufrht to can e asc a small while blossom with vel- low under the petals and a straight standing stem several inches >ajn g height The greatest sympathy is fell in the for the bereaved parents ;