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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRroOE DAILY JUNK HE Gerhard Heintzman phono In this variety of choice there graph offers more than a better is a model whose design fit the setting of any And each model has that beautiful that careful selection of that rich clear tone attainable only through a half century of piano Many a June bride this year will receive a Gerhard Heintzman gift whose interpretation of all recorded it plays all makes of records gives you all that the maker put into it embodies a halfcen turys experience in producing pianos nationally known for tonal Put more than this The Gerhard Heintzman is a com plete line of The eight models shown here range in price from up to war tax in superb beauty will be prized for a Gerhard Limited Toronto HBAD omCE AND FACTORY Sher bourne The Gerhard Heintzman Piano Store 414 5th 1st Door North Orpheum Theatre Ploys All Mofas of Records Many a June bride will receive a Gerhard Hejritzrhari Phono gift whose superb beauty Mil for The Remarkable Record of Private j Returned at the t Institute of Technology and A visit to the Inatitine of Teclmolj ogy and Art at the present time will j of interest to those who I are vitally concerned in the problem at the civil reestablishment Of the re turned Here one may find 150 returned menin show ing great interest in their chosen vo Almost t very trade anil tfalk of life is In one departi ment may be found tlif motor medianj ic in another the gas engineer in the electrical The Back to the Land movement ie also represented by the farm j steam engineer and the skilled The urban industries ara represented by the the food and the draughts1 At the present time men are I being trained in fifteen different i qnd this number will he I much increased before the end of the i A course of training extends for a period of from six to twelve and is by instructors who carefully chosen and who are in touch with lu business re qulremtiuts of their The aim is to make the men not only effi cient for the mt also capable I of holding their permanent Many have already graduated and are down excellent not only in the but in the ru ral Already many firms have put in secondand third requests I for mechanics and clerks trained in the The are tq be congratulated on the zeal with i which they pursue their j Sometimes theae preparatory courses soldiers are met who deserve jnoje than passing Among these who enlisted In the early days of the Whfle resting in his dugout immedia tely behind the front line trenches he was burledby a high explosive Wlien the tons of were re inpved by his arms were The left arm was be yond repair and was amputated at tie The right arm was so badly injured that the small bone in forearm be the bajul and fingers being kept in place fy an aluminum This permits the use of the thumb and first two fingers for the purpose of writing or These physical difficulties to most men would seem insurmount Private Scammel determined to take a course of retrain ing and chose the vocation of draft ing for his lifes Every effort was made by his instructors vo intro duce a cheerful and hopeful spirit into his Private Seam mell responded nobly to their efforts and his progress was beyond all ex In six months he covered a Very intensive course of training in practical trigon and elementary The standard of these studies corres ponds with that of the first year in the Naturally first his work was somewhat crude but as the months went by his workmanship be came very much improved and his drawings have caused moat favorable comment from all who have exam ined Private Scammel has secured a po sition in the local branch of the Do minion Irrigation Department and his work has been so satisfactory that lie has already secured an Increase in sal ary and a permanent poskiqn is as sured His many friends will be pleased to learn not only of his won derful recovery from his but also of the remarkable record he has made in his studies and chosen voca IN DRY A Canadian June Jap anese Aikoku which struck a reef In the Pacific Ocean off this port yesterday was towed today aud placed in dry CAILLAUX MIGHT HAVE DONE IT June Joseph the former was being brought from the Sante prison yesterday to tes tily before Captain Bourchar who is investigating the charge of treason against Cail escorted by a guard was Alexander charged with Loydan threw a handful of pepper into the face of the ran past Caillaux and escaptd into the Ht is still at The forme1 premier seamed to he greatly amused by the performance of hU fellow pri who a year ago or so advocated perennials for Gait Gardens eaid today If it is thought that this is rubbing it in the present little talk will lose its effect but recent associations with food control and national sav ing through the medium of the Vic tory as well as occasional ex cursions and into other fields nearer will have to stand extenuation for the offence of men tioning again a suggestion was but coldly received when it was first mooted two or three years recent press dispatch from the Old Country says Instead of scarlet potatoes were now bloom ing in front of the Kins London resi Buckingham If our citizens will look around the Gait Gardens just now tfiey will see that is in view in leaf and tlower growth has been in place right through the The annuals that have been put In during the last few days are just beginning to show up their leaf and it will be quite a little while yet before their flowers make their so we shall have the pleasure of looking at them for but three months at the The on the other are already in full many of and nearly of them will give a full display of their charms until the first heavy frost comes along they of ten stand by until well into the mid dle of Especially in these times that re quire that the fullest anil best use should be of it might be worth While considering again whether we should forego the luxury ofhaving so full a galaxy of the annuals that require a little labor In setting out each and in rais ing in the springtime before they are set This suggestion is bound to go hard against the grain with Super intendent but his ingenuity would undoubtedly produce for us the very beat that could be shown in a garden display wherein the bulk of the plants would be JEWELRY MEN HAVE Nursing Sister re ported dead in recent lived at for many She was a graduate of Boniface She wua about years of Her parenls jiow reside i I liuluvortli June representatives of jewelry and importers in Canada waited on the War Trade Board today in connec tion with the orderincouncil passed recently restricting the importation of It affects the articles handled by A number of points were raised and suggestions advanced which will receive careful consideration by the Farmers of Western Ontario and Dominion Military Of ficer Under Arrest TRUST Diamond June noted in Saturdays paper the Trusts and Guarantee have taken over thA coal mine from the Union Col lieries and are now operating a former superin tendent or the mine has been engaged as Superintendent and John Barn ling in back in the mine as Pit New miners an coming in and more aro and every effort will be made to raise the production of coul to thu full capacity of the BELIEVED MURDERED June a bullet In Ills brain and scalp cut and bleed George a Greek confec tionery was found on the floor of his shack at oclock this He died fifteen minutes All indications point to mur No arrests have been mans money was June ions may develop as result of three arrests that have been mude Two Howard Township fnrmers arc j charged with alleged attempt to bribe a Dominion officer to prevent his tak j ing them under the Military Service and it is said that Marsh of the is under arrest in Lon charged with agreeing to aucept It is alleged that Marsli has been guilty of offering immunity to others in return for High Con stable says Marsli told him he could get a couple of hundred dollars because two men from Howard were willing to pay from to for immunity and would will ingly give a couple hundred Colonel Smith of headquar was communicated with find ordered the of the three The farmers are alleged to have signed a statement that they would pay the amounts mentioned by The two farmers have been sent to TO MANAGE IN NEW ENGLAND June superintendent of the Ottawa and Parry Sound di vision of the Grand Trunk has been named as general mana ger of the iraud Trunk Itali way in New with of fices at cording to a pptjpial dispatch from York June A on vital between representa tives of the Dominion and Provincial will be held here June under the auspices of the Dom inion Bureau of The ob ject of the conference is to create a Dominionwide of vital sta tistics under Dominion and Provincial The insurance and immigration de partments and the pensloitis board of Canada will also take part in the pro and tho Actuarial Society of the Union of Canadian Municipalities and the Municipal Im provement League be leading Vjtal statisticianoif the United Sir George Foster will open the con ference at rten Wednesday morningy June WILL SUPPRESS THEM Aus trlan government has Issued a warn ing that it will not hesitate tiff sup press by all available means any at initiate political offensive in according to a Vienna dis patch to the German Such a political offensive was suggested by resolution the congress of oppressed jeceritly held in I B4SU1I How Your Neighbor Ends Her Corns i HAVE you noted how uncommon corns are nowadays That pained look slippedoff not very often The reason lies in which millions have An scientific to forever end a Those cornfree folks dont pare They dont merely pad They dont use oldtime harsh and When a corn appears they wrap it with a then forget It never pains In two the corn Only tough corns need a second The way is It is right and A noted chemitt evolved And it is made BAUER A Limited by a wbrlcMamed surgical dress ing Dont keep paring and protecting They are de remove Learn how Bluejay does H will be a After thai test you will never again let corn Make the test New York Stop Piia Coupkteijr Large 25c fit It to Small ;