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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta frAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .WEDNESDAY, JUNE M, 1916 fcetbbrlbtje e, HlDerta BA.iLY .AND WEEKLY Rates: Dally, delivered, per week H Daily, delivered, per year Diliy. by mall, per year 53.00 Wsfekly, by mall, per ywr 91.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business Manager Your King and Country need you right now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Complete rout of the' Austrian arm- 21. drawn up between the shell com- mittee mid tho Canadian predecessors ol International fuse Co., were produced for identification by Col. Carnegie. The contract called for tuo making of tlmo fuses at each. Col. Allison went down to "bust prices" on Slay 1. And on May 25 tho contract for time [uses was awarded to tho International Fuse Co. at tlio original It is hard to see how Col. Allison earned his money, is the judgment of tho Ottawa editorial representative of he Winnipeg Tree Pro: Apparently hose who spend their days promoting TI Now York place a high value on lieir time. RICKED UP IN SSINGIZIZI FOR THE BUSY MAN A portion .of tho Shbrncllfftj, B Garrison CcMiietery was consecrated by the Bishop of bovor for Canadian Tho wedding took place, last week at Prince Albert of C. Franklin Ud- ster, C.A.. Medicine Hat's city treas urer. to Mius Besslo Seiith. Over one-half of tho total amount of :axes collectable this year was puid [into Berlin. Out. treasury during the It was profitable to Allison to I collection of the nrst instalment. m patriotic. Berlin claims that the Teuton troops have repulsed the Russians tear Ceernowitz. For "military rea- ons" we refuse 10 believe it. Of course a pick up for Alii- J Rev. H. Fry and bride have re- cently gone 10 Herschei 'Island, on the Arctic to establish an Anglican mission. D. O. Lesperance. M.P.. lor Mont- masfly, suming tremendous proportions, all Russian accounts are true. Very little resistance appears to have been offer- ed by the Austriaus. who are said to be panic-stricken. On the Verdun front the great battle Etill rages, -with little change in posi- tion of either army. The French line has been pierced at one or two ad- vanced positions, but in the main all Attacks have been repulsed. On the Italian front the Italians liave made important gains by captur- ing Austrian positions. It is stated that the Austrian? are evacuating Albania. The Bulgarian coast has been heav- ily bombarded by allied warships. The allies have accomplished their; purpose of the Greek blockade by I bringing about a complete roller to the Austrians. and tion of ike Greek armies. "If peace is declared, report JLC the war office." This is said to be -written on the bottom of the passes issued to Canadians visiting London from zhe ed in action, was a son of .Lieut-Col. E. only Hagarty, Toronto. years of age. He was Lieut. Maurice E. Malone. of the 48th Highlanders, Toronto, has been billed in action. His father is E. T. Matoiie, K.C., Toronto. Lieut. Alexander Me.Muilen, R. X.. who lost his life on the invincible, i was a son of Robert McMulIen of} Dixie, Ont. J. F. Ryder, a pioneer of the Chilli- wack Valley, B.C., died at Cheain. He was a native of Kingston, Out., and went to B. C., in 1S62. Ralph EL West, of Calgary, has been Tho Anglican synod. In session at Toronto, paaBeuV'a reaolulion to stand by recruiting, oven lo conscription. Bishop of the Roman Cath- olic Diocese, of London, at the re- quest of Sir Sam Hughes, bus appoint- ed four additional Catholic chaplains for overseas .service. John .J. iDewlitrsl, of Windsor, famous as a road builder, has .ten- dered his services to the CanmUnu Government to Jieail a construction corps. Alexander Wright, high county eon- stable of Brant since Fred Kerr left for the front, and for twenty-five years a county, constable and sheriff's baliiff, passed away at Bniniford. Ont. Major G. il. 'Williams reported to the officers at Niagara after his inter- view with Sir Sam Hughes, minister of militia, that there appeared no boss for ccuscriptiou mid little for national registration. Pioneer Sergeant Ayott, of tho j 1230th VolUguers, was drowned in the j Ottawa River through the capsizing of a cauoe, and Edmniid Bhiis. ninp j years old. was drowned in the Rideau River by failing off the end of a boat. Lieutenant Lune, a lawyer of K! i Paso, Texas, and sou of a former j pastor of the Methodist Tabernacle, j Belleville, has joined the 235th Bat-1 talion. He is a Victoria college srad-; uate. Lieut. A, A. of .Montreal, i who was killed in action, was a sou of R L. Wanklyn, general executive assistant of the C. P. R. He was a graduate ui McGiii and a j lawyer by profession. Your kind of cigarette! Prince Albert tobacco meets your wishes in every bite, no parch; just cool, fragrant, refreshing. It rolls up into a cigarette you'll like better than any kind you ever tasted. The Prince Albert patented process cuts out bite and parch, and you smoke as much as you like without trouble for your tongue. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! trenches. Could it be possible that I appointed work secretary of the -IMP. .Wh Regina Y.M.C.A. to succeed D. W. peace ia such a near possibility? Japan is largely responsible for the Russian ammunition supply, although Britain ships in a lot by -way of Arch- angel. If the munitions hold out the Russians will slick to the job this time. That is sure. General a new name to conjure triib. He is head of the Russian armies applying the by appearances he has the machinery oiled up to perfection. SIR WILFRID'S REBUKE TO THE AGITATORS In Quebec province, thfi >-ho do all they can to prevailt re- cruiting and give the slackers the ex- cuse from enlisting they so much de- j sire, abroad the insinuation. that Great'Britain is not doing its part in this war. Speaking at a great re- cruiting meeting in Montreal, Sir Wil- frid Laurier dealt wiih ihis falsehood in no unmeasured language. he exclaimed. "What craven saye 'de- What unworthy man -whispers j in your ears; 'Why does not Great i i The House of Commons was told by ..jSir Sam Hughes that Vickers Maxim bought the ammunUion from the Ca- [nadian government- The Vickers peo- ple denied the statement, and now we have the British government officially admitting they were the purchasers. Way this misrepresentation? Britain do her There is one of doing one's one. It is to do it. Great Britain has done her full duty. Open your eyes and see. The war is twenty months old. For twenty months the British navy has bottled up ihe Kaiser's armada. At last the German fleet ventured out and was promptly met by a squadron of British ships. A terrible battle en- sued. Our hearts are sore as wo read 'the cables telling of the gallant sac-, heroic lives. Yet our p.ulses quicken and our blood tingles when "we learn that the Teuton armada, iTvhat was left of it, scuttled back to safety. Who says defeat? The Kaiser's fleet crippled and once more bottled Britain still mistress of the open tea." So much rain has fallen in Elgin county, Ontario, that it is reported to the St. Thomas Times that, grain sow- Ing will have to be abandoned. We have bad lota of rain in Southern Al- geria this year, but the grain is all According to evidence brought out at a meeting of the Wellington League, there formal charges County Recruiting never were any brought against Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Craig, which led to his dismissal. Dr. J. Park, of Ainherstburg. Conservative candidate in the last ;gina Y.M.C.A. to succeed D. W. Federal asked why a re- Barnes. turned soldier could not be given the I vacancy on the immigration staff, "Ned" Peters.son of J. E. Peters, I declared that the majority of them manager of the Bank of Montreal, could hot qualify. Calgary, was killed in action at the front. W. S. R. Murch, of Kingston. Grand First Principal of the Grand Chapter of Canada, is leaving for a two months' visit to the Western provinj- Lieut Guy Ruttcr, Toronto, kill- ed in action, was a son of A. F. Rut-, ter. He was only 23 years old and The commission form meut is dead in Denver. of govern- After try- ing the commission form of govern- ment for three years tho city has agaiu returned to mayor rule, with Hobt. W. Speer. who held the mayor's office for eight years, aguin in the chair. Dr. Grant Lyman. of sw York, the international joy smoke is manufactured to be in a class by itself, to be better, to meet the taste of smokers all over the world. It is universal in its popularity because it is so friendly to every man who likes to smoke a home-made cigarette or a pipe. If your dealer cannot supply you, ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. You certainly owe it lo yourself to know just a great amount of pleasure and satisfaction Prince Albert will afford you. Prince Albert it told throughout Canada, gentrally, in the tidy rod tin, alto in pound and half-pound humidors. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wimton-Salem, N.C., U.S.A. On the af tidy red tin you will readt PaUatad July 30th, 1907." [sown and most of it. is well above the ground. -Sir Mackenzie Bowell, aged 93, is on a trip to the Pacific coast. He was west last year, too. He is a remark- able man, far more active than many men years his junior. His mind is clear and sound. Physically he is a wonder. He is indeed one of Canada's grand old men. ici .n.e da (juij eiiiE aim was a graduate ia. science of of using the mails to defraud investors in oil and mining In which he dealt under the The Trades and Labor Council of London has undertaken to name of John H. Putnam and Co., was sentenced to serve one year and six months in the Atlanta peni- a nation-wide fight against "the ulated sugar trust" by means of partial Counsel 0. R. Geary, Lieut. Allan, son of the late Henry Allan, former P.. for South Essex and a nephew of Sir John Gibson, and J. D. Allan, of Toronto, was killed in action in France, June on active service in England, lias no intention of complying with the expressed desire of the Toronto city council that he relinquish military duty and return to Toronto to loot after its legal aifairs. Mayor Arthur Jackson of is slated for tna position of marriage of Julia Sanderson, ter for the new 241st battalion, actress and Lieut. Bradford Barn- will be raised, in western Ontario U.S.N., took place yesterday iu will train at Presbyterian Church at Greenwich The Rev. Dr. F. M. Carson Judge ircDougall, in the Quebec the ceremony. The bride perior court, upheld the decision returning to the stage next Magistsrate Goyette, that tife Day act does not debar Sunday ball in the is officially announced through chief press censor's office that Lieut, Robert H. Bourne, following troops have arrived accountant in the Imperial Bank in England: 38th battalion, Ot- Cranbrook, is reported missing. SSth battalion, Victoria; 90th left British Columbia with the Winnipeg; 95th battalion Kootenay Battalion, but was 99th battalion, London; 78th transferred to a Toronto unit B. siege battery, St. John A fair estimate of the number of loy scouts now serving the empire j from Ontario is 1200, drawn from ali parts of the province. One case wor- thy of special note is that of the hoy scouts troop of Hespeter, Ont., corn- j has been promoted to Lieut.-Col and made cl ONE PER CENT. AND TEN PER CENT. .The Canada Car Foundry Co. paid Its man who personally went to Pet- TOgrad and negotiated on Its behalf a Russian, shell order, a commission amounting to "a fraction of one per cent." For negotiating a contract for fuses on behalf of the Canadian shell committee for the British government 3n New York, Messrs. Allison, Cad- flassick, Yoakum, et al. shared the commission amounting to ten per cent of the'purchase price, and Col. J. Wesley Allison, who shared his share with half a dozen others, con- sidered that ten per cent, was a very email commission. Col. Mackie, formerly a rancher at Milk River and- well known in Leth- bridge, who negotiated the Russian contract, went to Petrograd at the Instance of the Canada Car Foundry Co., and no doubt put himself to a great deal of trouble and expense to tlfing it. Col. All j eon, who negotiated the fuse contract, went down to New Yrirk at the instance of Gen. Hughes, the minister of militia, and all he did to introduce several promoters to the shell comnUttae- Col. Mackie got fraction of one per cent, for his trouble; Col. Allison and his friends got ten per cent. ,The first man seem- ed to be -the toll he took; the second thought it too small. Col. Allison was sent down tb "bust prices." Just how far he was instru- mental in doing this was demonstrat- ed before the Meredith-Duff commis- sion, when a draft contract dated April Allison got the ammunition from the Canadian Department of Militia at per thousand rounds and the Bri- tish government, after meeting cart- age and insurance charges, paid him S25. Canada's minister of militia sane- i jtioned the deal, and Allison got the dollars difference on each thous-i and rounds. With the Russian steam roller working on the east and the Italians keeping a few hundred thousands busy on the south, it's a pretty safe guess that three weeks more will see the dual monarchy in a position where it will be ready to give up the ghost j and let Germany fight it oui alone. As j for the Turk, he is keeping pretty much in the background these days. When Justice Duff, in Inquiry! at Ottawa, says anything friendly to I Gen. Hughes he is referred to hy the j Conservative press as the "Liberal j member of the and when he reflects disparingly on Col.j Carnegie or Col. Allison It is inslnuat-1 ed that It is the view of the "Liberal member of the commission." Justice Duff Is one of the ablest members of the Supreme Court of Canada. He was placed on the commission by the Bor- den government'not because he was a Liberal, but on account of his repu- tation as a fair and upright judge. Whatever views Justice Duff hag ex- pressed during the commission can he accepted as the views of an eminent and impartial jurist and not the views of a Liberal. Anyway. lawyers are supposed to abandon their political affiliations when they .go on the bench and most of them do. to stop your Iiair from falling use the Rexail "93" Hair Tonic, which all Rexall Drug Stores fully 50c and f 1.00 bottles, j. D. Higinbbth- am' Co, Limited, vertisement, Bread lines Lengthening in Suffering Belgium Hungry Women are Grateful for Scanty Fare Provided by Belgian Relief Fund So long as their heroic husbands and fathers are fighting with the Allies, Germany will not raise a finger to save from starvation those Belgian worsen and children ia the territory she has overrun. She permits the Belgian Relief Commission to feed them, but net heartless attitude is indicated by the recent torpedoing of two relief ships. Their cargoes were fully insured, ef course, as are all shipments made by the Commission, so DO contributions were lost. But much anxiety is felt lest even the delay in 'getting food over may cost precious lives. For all Belgium is dangerously of food. Nearly three millions are penniless as the number of these is growing fait as accumulated savings are exhausted. This means continually growing demands on the Belgian Relief Fund. To meet them more Canadians must contribute, and those who have been giving must be even more liberal. The only alternative is to let our devoted Allies perish This is a plain statement of perhaps the most appealing cause in cause thit' has stirred the hearti and opened the purses ot thousands, Jrfas yours? Heve you in your security done your share for thoie sufferers who, but for an accident of geography, might have included your own wife and children, or yourself? Send your weekly, monthly, cr in one Jump sum to Local or Provincial or 14 SendChequei TreiSBrcr W Peter SI., Montreal. Feeds a Belgian Family One Month mining prising 24, all told, every one of whom Major C. G. Williams, chief recruit- istrict No. 3 the rank of hief recruiting officer for the Dominion of Canada. Before being appointed a chaplain in the C. E. P. Col. Williams had a Meth- odist charge near LindsayT Me eighteen years in the BrUHn navy. The roal cause of the dR.ith of Gen. Frederick Dent Grant, -at New York, on April 11, 1912, is ma3e public for the first time. He died of cancer of the throat superinduced by the ex- cessive use of tobacco. His father, General Ulysses S. Gran- died from the same causo, aud the malignant growth was attributed tc the same Several thousand tins of canned rhubarb have been sold by a Washing- ton association to the allies for use by men who suffer keenly from Indi- geatlon, will be shipepd at once. ounces of the vegetable will be given each man In the trenches daily, whjjn fighting, since it is found that the men suffer keenly from indigestion as a result of poisoned gases. At a meeting of the board of ail- way commissioners at Winnipeg, W. H. McWilliam brought up the ques- tion of the amount of grain of the 1015 crop still to be got off the C.. N. R. and stated that at the present rate of movement it would take until October to do the work, that nearly three' mil- lion bushels were In temporary bin: Belgian Relief Fund OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, training In how to expend money wisely. Such an in thrift and saving prova.Invaluabto in later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H.'-E. SHANDS, Ating Manager ceived.from hJni hy his father. Some months ago, Lieut. Grimmet lost his identification tag. A body was found tag and was buried as that of Lieut. Grimmet and a nice little cross erected to the memory of the olucer. Lieut. Grimmet had the nov- el experience qf standing by his own srave'ohe day while wandering about. He'.found his .name neatly engraved in the wooden cross and the circum- stance of his death. In the letter he asks': his father .not to credit any story 'of bis having been buried as he is still "kicking strongly." BULGARIA IS UP TO SOMETHING London, June Bulgarian egatipn at Bucharest has received in- 'ormation that the Bulgar-Rumanian frontier will. closed against passengers and merchandise, Router dispatch today from the et to damaee In hot weather Rumanian capital.' It is believed, adds .t there S i that Bulgaria has taken trade in the matter of price. in order, to. mask important troop movements, GERMAN .INHUMANITY Barbarous Treatment of War Prison- Stories Told By Returning Soldieri (From a British Dally) "Man's inhumanity to man" has never been exemplified with such ap- palling emphasis as hy the treatment accorded hy the Germans to their prisoners of war. It was stated this week by Mr: Tennant, in. the House of Commons, that had it not been for presents of food from home many-Bri- tish prisoners would have been starv- ed. The facts now known are causing anxiety to the government. An Ameri- can embassy report gives painful de- tails of the treatment of six men kept in a room eight feet square, built for mortuary days on bread and water, with a cruel deprivation of light and ventilation. Rev. A. F. Pollock, B.D., Granby, was elected chairman of the Congre- gational Union of Canada. An Ottawa report says that it is understood that Hon. T. Chase Cas- in, postmaster-general, will shortly .his portfolio and. be appointed commissioner-general for Canada at. Paris, which is the home of his wife, whom he married a year ago. Hon. Albert Scvlgny, Speaker of the com- mons, ia expected to succeed him as jostmaster-general, In which case nd- jar N. Rhodes, M. P., will" become Speaker. Announcement has been mado that j Frank 0. Jrwin, provincial secretary of the Saskatchewan Boy Scout As- sociation, has heen awarded a scholarship in the School of Philan- thrpphy, New York. There were 07 candidates for the fellowships Mr; Irwin grad tinted recently from the University of Saskatchewan and for some years past has been very prominent in hoy scout work through, out Saskatchewan. William Angus, a member of the 209th Batt, formerly of the R.N.W.M. P., was committed to stand trial at Swift Current, on charge of perjury, in j applying for a marriage license. I deposed, that the girl was eighteen years of age and that her parents were dead. Angus is the -Mounted, policeman who shot and killed Bunk Murphy at Shaunavon last year while Murphy, who was a prisoner in his charge, -was attempting lo escape. Angus waft- tried and acquitted In the supreme court last fait. Lieut. Marquis Grimmet, of Van-1 courer, who is now serving in France, had rather an odd experience recent- ly, according {o a letter which re nspected lee KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET AWD PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly rates are so reasonable that no keeper can afford to do' without our ice. 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