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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD toeralb .GAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rittt: delivered, per weefc tally, delivered, per year .fB.OO tally, by mall, per year........13.00 fcy mall, per TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 editorial Office 1224 effect of disclosures at Ottawa by pleading the Interests of either the "battailous now or the gov- erninent which he claims is being pursued. The battalions are as much interested as cttlzeiiB generally In en- suring the honest expenditure of the Empire's war fund and the govern- ment stands danger from invit- ing as It has Invited the fullest Inves- tigation Into charges of wrong-doing. Mr. Burnhaiu succeeds only In making isslf ridiculous when he suggests that the Interests of our soldiers would be best served by giving frea rein to tho activities of J, Wesley Alli- son. P lA AICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN: FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916 W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torranet Business Mknagt Your King and Country nesd you right now! Berlin (Ont.) in shaking off its old name couldn't bo given a better new one than Kitchener. Why couldn't the Militia Depart- ment deal direct with the mother coun- try, when it had ammunition to sell? The Saskatoon School Board may be Hiked to educate a number of soldiers City Auditor Matthew Tennftnt Fredericion, N. Is dead.' Dr. Glyn. Bishop of Peterborough, England, expects to resign in July. C. S. Brown, high school principal at Vernon, B. C. has enlisted.' The Esshaw Cement plant is oper- ating again. ROUND THE CIRCLE PF THE WAR opinion prevails in London now hat the general offensive of the Allies h- all fronts is about to commence ind that the Russian and Italian for- raird movements are only part of the preconcerted plan. The oven ng success of the Russian advance demoralized the Austrian de- ences, and the Germans are too reatly occupied on the western front o give adequate assistance at this ate stage in the game to their sorely iressed allies. The time is oppor- me for the great drive, so it appears H. London critics. The Russians continue their suc- isses though not to such an extent against the Gemma lines as they have done against the Austrian de- fence. .'At Verdun the fighting still Ifcinues. It is now estimated that the jGermans have used up 39 divisions' In Lethbridge has some citizens who would like to knock the daylights out of daylight saving. Canada got for ammunition per Britain paid a A middleman got thousand rounds, thousand rounds, the difference. Britain should hart got the ammu- nition Canada had to, sell at per thousand rounds, but Allison stepped into ,the ring and made the mother A new Nelson. hcsiptal is to be built at country pome through with 55 a thou- sand more, "Wilson, Marshall and Victory" is to be the Democratic slogan. There 'doubt about Wilson and Mar- shall, but as for victory, Hughes and Fairbanks are also bidding lor a part- nership with- that much admired crea- ture: The men of Rev. J. R. Blunt's con- gregation of Christians, Winnipeg, built a church in a day. The Saskatchewan Methodist Con- ference will rn'eet in Saskatoon next ROT. F. "W. Patterson, Edmonton, has been called to the First Baptist Church, Winnipeg. Rev. W. B. Darling, of Staffa, Ont., has enlisted with the 110th' Perth the attacks durinj? the past "fife .-jnqnths oa the Verdun front. change is reported from other fronts. Food riots are reported from .INVESTIGATIONS DO GOOD i' John Hampden Burnham, Canserra- member for West PeterboVo, has ,teen given a deserved rebuke by a very friendly to the Ottawa- gov- ernment Mr. Burnham, who Is al- ,Ways eager lor pn "The Daughters of the Empire have undertaken the noble work during this Tar of keeping our soldiers in the trenches supplied with comforts. The ladles of'the local chapter are holding a "Dime Day" on Saturday to secure funds for this purpose. Give gener- ously of your dimes on Saturday to this cause. None could be worthier. ITbe Conservative press Is making a lot out of the fact that one Liberal candidate in the recent Quebec elec- tions had the support of Armand La- yerjne. it forgets to mention that scores of Conservative candidates had pressed himself as follows in a letter to! an Ottawa no consideration to be shown oy ijeneral Hughes1 journalistic otherwise, for the -welfare of bat- LtiUions now forming and. in need .of I from heaji- I quarters? It seems" to" me as one' on' the ground that a frightful Injury, is being done to pur men In preparation -tirtae relentless pursuit of the gov- at this critical juncture. For God's sake let the pursuers hare some mercy at least on our soldiers.' The Montreal Mail ia not a party organ but it Is very iindly diaposed r to the Borden goTernmenL Its Iprmerly was editor of the Winnipeg and he Is In close relations Ifwith members of Ottawa goVeni- j Bient Using Mr. Burnham's observa- tipps as t text It expresses what is m the mind of all people except the Ut- ter, unrelenting partisans. Here is the Jfail's Tery sound itateswut: xOor Interests. cannot 'suffer "from measures to the honest expenditure of nadiin and Brltlih money for military "They .can suffer1 enormous-1 lailwe to, take these meaiares: in 1911, Hon. Frank Cochrane in Ontario. Armand was just as dis loyal and as big a fool then as he is better supported clergy at work In the newly settled-communities of Western Cana- There are many districts "without regular, if any, religious services, limply because of the scarcity of men Union of the churches will provide more men and more money. From the Western Canada standpoint church union means that religious services will he brought to cpminmiities that have been suffering for the lack of them. and making the hot nse of it will triumph. -I, Canada has been entrusted with millions of Britten money for tne purchue of munitions. Has ibe intde' hest use of it? Charges have been made that she has not; that on the contrary, middlemen hare permitted to "influence 'the plac- ing: of contracts at excessive prices and divide .enormous coramisaions. in a is the reason- for the imreeUgatloM that have been Mr. Burnham or any other Cana- ifliah citizen aaaert that they were un- seceBBary or tha.1 the disclosures can e. other than a beneficial effect on anything in the nature of war supplies is rcQuired from Canada it is the rule-at .-Ottawa to "see pojnta pji the, Rejglna Leader. Eve thft-British Al Isom" lit It waa to get small arms munition from ,the Canadian "govern ment It costa'something to "see A Hson." Irrone.Tway and'anotherit ha. coiit the Allied; nations some hundrec of of doHars to "see" th pinadian colonel. It Is jus aboKt the limit, however, when thi MM- is permitted to buy three millio rounds of-defective ammunition fro: thi Militia Department of Canada a per thousand rounds and then ad per thousand to It, and hand i British Admiralty at thi enhanced price. Rev. A. H. Brace has red from the Baptist Church, at Cale- donia to Gravenhiirst, Oct. Bishop Boyd Carpenter, Canon of Westminster Abbey, celebrated his seventy-fifth birlhday recently. Rev. J. K. Fnirful, pastor of .OHnton and Auburn churches; lias enlisted as a private with thelHuron Battalion. Two more ladies are to be admitted, to the Manitoba L. McLean, j (and Miss Alma Graham. Over one hundred members of St. Chad's church, Earlacourt, Ont., have enlisted. Johnny Reid, who, a fevr years ago, was a veU-known character in Cal- gary, died in an asylum in Butte. Lieut. R. E. Watts, C company, S4th battalion died in the Military Isolation hospital, Toronto, from scarlet fever. Rev. H. S. Osbprne, B.A., 'B.D., pas- tor of Bridge Street Church, Belle- ville, has been stationed at the Metro- politan Church, Victoria, B. C. Rev. W. E. Gelling, who for forty- five years had -been rector of Holy even the Trinity Church, Bridgewater, N. S., Nfplasing, died at the age of 85; 1 Lieut. Reginald .Palmerf "Killed in action was a Winnipeg school teacher. He was a native of 'Kent, England. Rev.' J. 'Proudfqq'ty.' of the' Baptist Church, Morley, Ont., enlisted! last winter with the I47th Battalion, and has now the rant of sergeant. Missionary contribution-o? the Pro- testant Episcopal Church have increas- ed in ten years, from to annually, according to the Washington Congress. Dr. George A. Russell, a private in the 102nd Combr, is the second son of Rev. A] L. Russell, c! Bum's enlist There are 300 British Wesleyan preachers in the trenches and put of 300 students for the ministry in the Wesleyan two-years, ago, not a dozen are left today. The Brockville section at intervals for the past month are proving1 a-serious set- back to the farming" and .seeaing oper- ations, .which standstill.. Among the hundreds sugges- tions that are beingr received-by City Clerk In the name' competition most popular. administration" of Canadian funds? and there is another way of looking The: battalions that-are form- well aBjthe battalions already hive in ui lucratiye actiyittu of men like Col. J. Wesley Allison. They quite see why they should nffht tte country's battles abroad while at-home wax fat at the piblle They have a right to mifad and they do demand the expo- WPS of Indlvidnals of this character. They demand also that their predatory [Aerations for those who gone or are going to the front V to protect their IntcrwU in their ttijjjence. They tlw of all sacrifices.- Is it that rhllB they are riskint their lives for hi Empire, the, Empire's resources h'onld' be exploited by' honorary olonuls at homo playing the part of inkers and middlemen? Av; iTMost-of countries at today iVe had their- AMI sons.. They ;Jiave eaU with these Individuals; in lome rigorous me- ipds than royal commissions." They re1, infinitely stronger by treason of jl'tlng done "so, Burnham cannot the not be overlooked, points put -Jhe Winnipeg Free Press, that the ia not the only navi power that the Germans have to reckon with in this war. The batter ing which her fleet got In the North ea will affect Germany's naval effi ciency in the. Baltic, where there Is a Hussian fleet which will bear watch ing. Then, too, there Is the French fleet, which is subject only to the vic- issitudes of the submarine.warfare. If ths British and German fleets were to fight to the death in the North Sea, cancelling dreadnought, the only renK. so far an the fortunes war would be affected, would be to strengthen the Allied control of the sea. Such an event irculd increase enormously the proportionate power of the French fleet. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 41413th Street North A OOOD NEW LINE OF CHIt MEN'S A INFANTS' -BOOTS ,AHO SHOES IN HAND COAL' AND TRANSFER C.O.D. is the Aat the age of 72 Rev. E. "Wilson, a former professor or King's .College, Windsor, years one of the Laiirailor niissionaries, died at Windsor. A large body .of Chatham women met and proposed a more rigid censor- ship on motion .pictures, alleging the theaters now -slibw" pictures'; that are dangerous to morals; 'tl' Pte. Gallagher, a nVember of the 139th battalion; Shenier with rifle at Barriefield canip. The act was alleged to with apparent intent to- the sold- er has beenrhanded.over to the'civf The appointment of two single men, both, it Is stated, physically fit for military' service, as' postmen by the >QStoffice -department recom- mendation of the Berlin, jpnt: patron- ge committee, is. being severely crit- cized in bus I circlpni therj. Wort waa Banff of the eath in action on Jime 10th of Johrt Goodilr Macponnid. a son of he late D. of the super- ntendent's, office iind received Is schooling In Banff. E. M, MacDon- ld, M.P., of Pictou, N. S., ia an uncle. Rev. Edwin A.jpearion, of Chatham- has given.his'whole family of iree sons to the'colors. One is with he 25th Belgium, another 'n Greece, and now the youngest, aughan Pearson, has enlisted as a unner In the 67th University of To- onto Battery. OPENING TOMORROW MORNING THE BARGAIN EVENT OF JUNE. It affords an opportunity of buying seasonable-goods at the biggest savings, of the season. It of- fers surprising values to economy seekers. It lets the price-bars will be tempted, to 'buy for future wiints. This (Our Greatest) Sale Opens To- morrow at 9 a. "We must get mohcj', and the reductions we arc making are sure to make a quick and positive clearing. This store has always established the low-water mark for prices, and at this sale they lire to register several notches Jower than ever before. i OPENS TOMORROW MORNING THIS SEN S A T10 N A L B A R G A f N EVENT THE LIST GIVES A SUGGESTION OF HOW PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT: MEN'S SUITS LOT NO. 1 25 Men's Tweed Suits in dark brown colorings, well tail- ored, regular Sale 7 t- LOT-NO. 2 25 .Men's brown and gray check Pants. :fast regular Sale LOT NO. 3 Men's Blue Sferge Suits, fast colors, splendid fitting suits, regular and Sale BOYS; SUITS Boys' 2-piece Jforfolk Suits, good materials, will give satisfaction jmd lots' of wear. Sixes 24 to 28. Sale Same in sizes 29 to 34. -Sale Western King Overalls 2J Men's Honeycomb DRESS SHIRTS, detachable colf lars, white and-cream, 75c Men's WORKIJVG SHIRTS a wide assortment, giiarfin- teed material' and manship, in all ular 75c 'Sale MEN'S STANFIELD SUM- MER UNDEftyiTEAE, per suit Men's STANFIELI) SUITS, all MEN'S COTTON SOX; 3 prs. MEN'S BLACJBL COTTON SOX, MEN'S -LIGrHT-yVppLLEN SOX, per MEN'S CASHMERE HOSE, reg. 50c for 7C- MEN'S LEATHER fiSc MEN'S.BRACp, strong and neat 'l'Qc MEN'S BANDANA HTAND- KERCHIEFSr jed-find blue, each.....'. 5C MEN'S TIES, big assortment reg. 50c, SHOE3: Men's Box Calf leather .-lined Bluchers. Sale Men's Russi a graiii s li me cliinn weight. Sale- price Men's strong, shoes, regular Sale .price ........-k-v, Boys' "Little Gents'-''Isclibol' shoes. The poplar ".solid leather shoe 8 to Sale IficVjjj j.JJg Youths' shoes in lame; stock, Sizes 11 to 13. JSaie: Boys' .shoes, sizes 1. to 5. Sals price.. Sell! everywhere i. Ifen's and patterns, wjirtk'up la to clear Wulc --they PALACE CLOTHING I NEXT BANK OF Nearly ia the estimated profit of the first five days of the lied Bazaar in the Grand Central Pal ace, New York. It Is expected that at least will be taken-fn'before the exhibition is Over. The- was started an offset to the German baz- lar held some weeks ago in this city Among its chief backers are J. C. and A. M. Stewart, Canadian .contractors. Tile wedding of Norjnan Eustace Weaver of Victoria to Maudo M; 'Main Carllle of Fernie was solemnized at inox Presbyterian church, Penile, by D. T. McClintock of Eraattord, Ont., Saturday morning, June 30. Miss Gladys Weaver acted is bridesmaid and the groom was supported by hip brother, Corp. Stanley F. Weaver, I3th anadian Mounted Hat. Rifles, Medicine Strongly built corsets Mrs. of Phoonix, B. ;c. from qssibly fatal Injuries from a knife In hands of her husband, according to idence adduced 'at John Tollmen's lal at prisoner as found gujlty of wounding with In- nt to do irevloui bodily harm T. D. Brown of Reglna, wag elected member of the Senate of the Univer- sity of .Saskatchewan, the capital city Being division In which pol ling was, necessary The following were re-elected by acclarantlon: Slf Frederick Haultaln, T. B. Perreft, Ileglna; Dr. T, A. Patrick, YorktoB; W. B. Wllloiighby, Moose Jaw, man 'McMurchy, Reglua Amongst the changes in stations of Private James's. McBrlde, officially ministers in the Saskatchewan Meth odist Conference this year are th'e following: Moose Jaw, Zion Cburch, H. Ti Lewis, B.A.; Moose Jaw, Wesley, T. J. Johnstone, M.A., B.D.; Wolseler iR. L. McTavlsh; 7y 5 B.A.f Swift Current, M. M. Bennett, BAi Maple O. H. SasUtoon, Grace, Cbai. Endlcott- Sukjltoon Third Arenuc, O. K B Ad- am's? Yorkton, J. H. Tools, B! North Battleford, H. G. Cairns. Nor- Principal Sttpleford. o'f Reglna, College, told a good story during his address at the Saskatchewan Meth- odist Conference. He said that while recently at Maple Creek, he had intim- itcd that a new name might be chosen tor Regina College. Ho announced to :he congregation that he was open to suggestions respecting a new and to encourage the making of them promised to give J10 to the person whose suggested name wac adopted by the board. A few days after he received a note from a little girl thaUhad attended the service suggest- ing "Maplo Creek" as a name, and ex- pressing also tho hope that the (10 might bo-forwarded as she badly need- ed money. reported dead of his wounds was the son QtBJMcBride, formerly of the Mc- Brlde Hardware Co. He was born in Capt. J. H. .McCoy, Bon 'of John McCoy, of "the 'Ifaniilton, (Ont) Provident fe liO'afi-gbcfefy.'was' killed in action. Previous; to. enlistment he was the manager, of. the branch of tlie Bank of Hamilton at 'Pentlcton, B.C. Investigation Proves that viripui disease germs have their brcedingiiace in the waste toow tne blood- Take no chances with eerious Keep your boweh free, and the bile with OTCS3 [gs of voidable rience of thrte A Great Aid to Health Wertli QuiDM BOI ;