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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY irERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1�W ^HE Gerhard Heintzman phonograph offers more than a better interpretation of all recorded music. True, it plays all makes of records; gives you all that the maker put into them, True, it embodies a half-century's experience in producing pianos nationally known for tonal quality. Put more than this : The Gerhard Heintzman is a complete line of phonographs. The eight models shown here range in price from $58 up to $425 (war tax in- cluded). In this variety of choice there is a model whose design will fit the setting of any home. And each model has that beautiful finish, that careful selection of materials, that rich, clear tone attainable only through a half century of piano craftsmanship. Many a June bride this year will receive a Gerhard Heintzman phonograph-a gift whose superb beauty will be prized for a lifetime. Gerhard Heintzman, Limited HEAD OmCE AND FACTOHY Sherbourne St. Toronto .1 > The Gerhard Heintzman  Piano Store 414 5th St. S. 1st Door North Orpheum T/iealre . fPIixys M Mo.kes of Records) Many ^ June bride this year will receive a Gerhard Heintztitari Phonograph-a gift whose superb beauty will be prized icr a lifetime. IE OF TECiOLOGY The Remarkable Record of Private E. j J. Scammell, Returned Soldier, at the . Institute of Technology Calgary, Alberta. and Art, A visit 10 the lndliti((p of Teclinol- : OK.v und Art at the iiresinit time will | prove, of great interest tu these who | are vitally concerned in 'the prolilem , of the civil re-estiiUliihiueiit of the returned soldier.';. Here one may find 150 returned men'in attenduniie, show- * Ing sreat iiilerest in I heir chosen vo cations. .MniOrit (very trade and *alk | of life is represented. In one depart-nient may be found tlie motor inethan-le; in another the gas enKineer: in another, the electrical operator. The I Hack to the Land movement is also represented by tlie farm mechanic, tjie steam engineer and the skilled wood�orker. The urban injIuHtrie-s / are represented- by the teleKrapher,' the tdori inspector, and the draughts-man. At the present time men are being >^lned in fifteen different courses) and this number will he much increased before the end of the year. - ' ' .... A course of training e.xtends for a period of from six to twelve monthK. und is supervised by instriiciors who �re carefully oiiosen and who are in Close touch with llie business ,re-qulremtiuts of their deiiiirtinent. the alui is to make the men not only effi-cient for the present, but also capable , of holding their position., permanent-1 ly.  Many have already graduated and' are Jiolding down e.xcellent positions, nut only in tlie cities, hut in the rural district:. . .\lready many firms have put in secondaind third requests for mechanics and clerks trained at the Institute. The men, inUoeO. are tq be congratulated on the zeal with which they purpue their studies. Soaiotimes Jn theBe preparatory courses soldiers are met who deserve more than passing 'notice. Among . these la,Private E. J.' Scammell, who enlisted in the early days of the war. VVli'lle resting In Ills dugout inimodia-tely beliind,the front line trenches he was burleti'by a high explosive shell., WJien tlie tons of,debris wore re- ^ 'moved by hlB':co!ni)anlon3,/bo'th arms ' wbi-e sUatlered, The left arm was be-y'oiid repair and was amputated ' at the shoulder. The right arm was so badly Injured that the small bone in tliif, /ore'arnr lin(|^o' he removed, the Uiin.rt and fingers being kept in place ^ aaery inten.sive course of training in practical algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and elementary surveying. The standard of these studies corresponds with that of the first year in the L'nlversity. Naturally at. first his work was somewhat crude but as the months went by his workmanship be-canif vei-y much improved and Ills drawings have caused most favorable comment from all who have examined them. J-'rivate Scammel has secured a position in the local branch of the Dominion Irrigation Department and his work has been .so satisfactory that lie has filreaiiy .�iecured an Increase in salary and a perriianent poiiitign. is assured hirh^ ills many friends will he pleased to learn not only, of his wonderful recovery from his wouiulw, but also of the remarkable record he 1ms made in his studies and chosen vocation.................. � IN DRY DOCK. A Canadian Port, .Inpe 11.-The Japanese .fieiglitei-. Aikoku . Marn, which struck a reef In the Pacific'Ocean off this port yesterday was towed her� today and placed in dry dock. ? : : : ; : : : : : ;. : CAILLAUX MIGHT HAVE DONE IT TOO. Paris, .Uine 12.-.-\a Joseph Caillaux, the former premier, was being brought from the Sanle prison yesterday to les-tiry before Captain Bourchar-don. who is invostigatlug the charge of treason against Caillaux, escorted by a guard was Alexander l.oydan, charged v.lth burglary. Loydan threw a handful of pepper Into the face of the guard, ran past CalUaux and escaped Into the streets. fl� is still at large. The former premier Hummed to bo greatly amused by the performance of Ills fellow prisoner. .;. .;. .;. .;. .5, ,j. .> ,j, ,j. ,. PEfiEilALSARE BLQOiNGlW G. II. Marnpeh, who a year ago or so advocated perennials for Gait Gardens fiaid today: �'If it is thouglu that this Is 'rubbing it in' the present little talk will lose its effect; but recent associations with food control and national saving through the medium of the Victory Loan, as well as occasional 'excursions and alarums; into other flelda nearer home, will' have to stand as extenuation for the offence of men: tioning again a suggestion thn( was hut coldly received when it was first mooted two or three years ago. "A recent press dispatch from l:he 01(1 Country says: "Instead of scarlet geraniums, potatoes were now blooming In front of the Kin's -London residence, Buckingham Palace.! "If our citizena will look around the Gait fiardens' just now ttiey will see that,all that is in view In leaf and llower growth has been In place right through the winter. The;annuals that have been put In during the last few days are just beginnilig to show up their lear growth, and lt,wll! be quite a little while yet before their flowers make their appearance, so we shall have the pleasure of looking at thoni for hut throe months at the longest, "The perennialfi, on the other hand, are already in full bloom, many of them, and nearly all, of them will give H full display of their charms until the first heavy frost comes along; they often stand by until well into the middle of- November. "Especially in these times that require that the fullest and host use should be mad9| of manual^ labor, it might he wortli 'Whlle considering again whether wo should forego the luxury of'having so full a galaxy of the annuals that require a little labor in setting out each year, and In raising In the springtime before they are set out. This suggestion is bound to go hard against the grain with Superintendent Mitchell, but his- Ingenuity would undoubtedly produce tor us the very best that could be shown in a garden display wherein the bulk of the plants would bo .perennials." Nursing Sister A. .MoPherson, re-' ported dead in recent casualties, lived at Lakeland, Manitoba, for many years. She was a graduate of St. Uonifaco hospital. She was about 1'7 years of jise. Her parents iiow reside at iliu'iiwortli Su�k. :: ': ? : ? : * : ? : ? : : > : ? JEWELRY MEN HAVE SUGGESTIONS. Ottawa. June 12.-T\ielve representatives of jewelry manufacturer.-; and impoijters in Canada waited on the War Trade Board today in connection with the order-in-coiincil passed recently restricting the importation of luxuries, it affects the articles handled by them. A number of points were raised and suggestions advanced which will receive careful consideration by the board. CHARGED WIIH BRIBING OFF UL leading vjtal statistician'of the United States-present. Sir George Foster will open the conference at'ten o'clock' Wednesday inorning.'Mime ' .' ? � ? : ? ? ? ? > : > : ? : ? ? Farmers of Western Ontario and Dominion Military Officer Under Arrest , RUSI CO. NOW OPERATING iNE 'Diamond Clly, June 11.-As noted in Saturday's paper the Trusts and Guarantee Co.. I.,td., have taken over tliA coal mine froiji the Union Col-1 Ueries and are now operating It. -Mr. J. L. Parker, a former superln-tt!ndent o't the mine has been engaged as Superintendent and Mr. John Bam-ling is hack in tiro mihe as Pit Boss. New miners are coming In and more are expected, and every effort will be made to raise the production of coal to the full capacity of the mine. BELIEVED MURDERED Edmonton, Juno 11.-With a bullet in Ills brain and scalp cut and bleeding, George Christie, a Greek confectionery dealer, was found on the floor of his shack at 12.55 o'clock this morning. He died fifteen minutes later. All indications point to murder. No arrests have been made, 'fhe man's money was gone. : > ? : ? : : * : : : ? ? TO MANAGE G. T. IN NEW ENGLAND Ottawa, June 12.-L. G. Coleman, superintendent of the Ottawa and Parry Sound division of the Grand Trunk has been named as general manager of the Grand Trunk Itall-wny In .N'eW: England, with of-flceij at I'ortlftud,, .Mivlne, according lo a (ipqillal dispatch from New York toilay. 4> � O � 4> ���  Chatham, Out., June 12,-Sensations may develop as a result of three arrests that have been made here. Two Howard Township farmers arc charged with alleged attempt to bribe a Dominion officer to prevent his taking them under the Military Service Act. and it is said that Sergt. Marsh of the police, is under arrest in London, charged with agreeing to accept bribes. It la alleged that Mar-sii has boon guilty of offering immunity to others in return for cash. High Constable J2eters stvys Marsh told liim he could 6et a couple of hundred dolliM's easily, boeaupo two men from Howard were willing to pay from $11500 to U,700 for immunity and would willingly give a couple hundred more. Colonel H. D. Smith of headquarters, London, was communicated with und ordered the arrest of the three men. The farmers are alleged to have signed a statement that thoy would pay the aiiiounts mentioned by Marsh. The two farmers have been sent to London. WILL SUPPRESS THEM ' Anisterthiin, .June 12.-The Austrian government has issued a warn- ing that it will not hesitate ttf "suppress by all available means any attempt, to initiate a political offensive in Austria, ac(5ording (o a Vienna dispatch to the German papers. -Such ii political offensive was suggested by & resolution i^doptod.by the "congress of oppressed . natlonalitleB,"' receritly hold in Home. I  E VITAL STATISTICS Ottawa, June I'J.-A contcrencof on vital statistics, between representatives of the Dominion and Provincial governmonts, will be held hero June 19-21, under the auspices of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The object of the conterenofe is to create a Dominion-wide scheme ,of vital statistics tinder Dominion und Provincial co-operation. The Insurance and Immigration-departments and the iieiisioiiri board of Canada will also take part In the proceedings, and the Aetiiarlal Society of America, the Union of Canadian :Munlclpalltles and the Mrtnlclpal Improvement Leaguo.wll.l be represented. � ^ It |u fiii'tliwr, tnlniularl (o./Iiavh, How Your Neighbor Ends Her Corns [AVE you noted how uncommon corns are nowadays? That pained look - that slipped-off shoe^-are not very; often'seen. The reason lies in Blue-jay, which millions have adopted. An easy, gentle, scientific/yvay to forever end: a corn. ^ Those corn-free folks don't pare corns. They don't merely pad them. They don't use old-time treatments, harsh and mussy* When a corn appears tViey wrap it with a Blue-jay, then forget it. It never pains again. In two days, usually, tlie corn disappears. Only rare, tough corns need a second application. : The way simple, easy, quick. It is right'and scientific. A noted chemist evolved it. And it is made by a world-famed surgical dressing house. Don't Iceep paring and' protecting corns. They are deformities-remove them. Learn how Blue-jay does tt. || will be a revelation. After thn test you will never again let w corn annoy you. Make the test tonight. BAUER & BLACK, Limited "!�*,;'/.r/,f":?c."' Chicuojoroplo, New York ---^^-'-\---�- ^Blue*jay PuSer. Stop Pain (nstantly-End CorM Completeiy Large Packace 2Sc at Druegiitt - Smalt Packaga DiKontinued ;