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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916 She fteralb Siberia AND WKiKLY Ritni delivered, par week Dally, delivered, per year ,.....I Daily, by mail. year........W-0 by mall, per year ........ll.M Business OIUo.......... OHIO........... W. A. Buchanan John HanaEinc Director Business Manaai 1S51 1JM .Your King and Country need you right nowl ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THfe WAR Ten years ago the Japanese were Sighting the Russians. The past week ttey have aided the Russians in tti -capture of important centres in Oa- i.licia and Bukowina. by the use of big guns they have loaned the Czar's j forces. This news is contained in (yesterday's dispatches, which an- 'iiounce the capture of Czernowitz, the capital, hy the Russians. The superb artillery now possessed '.by.the Russians has played an enor- 'inoiis part in the recent stupendous j successes against the Austrians. These I successes appear to he continuing. The Slavs have again over-run Galicia and Bukowina, and their prisoners :uow are said to number Heavy German, attacks at Verdun again have failed, according to Paris announcements. Details of the sea battle in the Bal- tic, in which the Russians scored a Victory, have been given, showing that the Russians sunk two auxiliary 'imiisers of the Germans, as well Borne merchant vessels. The situation in Greece is typified .by the action of Greek authorities and government favorites in openly ofler- ;lng insult to the allied reprasenta- :tives: That these are not, however. In accord with the popular feeling iihere, has been previously -demon- .ttrated. The recent public insults to -the allies have been carefully organ- Sjied by the tools of the Skoulodis gov- Urnment which is -favorable to King Constantino. NO SURPRISE IN NOMINATION is espected that any other candidate than Woodrow Wilson would be nominated for the presi- dency by the Democrats, and of course it would have been a slap in the face for Marshall if he .had notvbeen chosen aga'in as the partner on the ticket. Wilson went into the White House a host of admirers He was looked upon as a clean man, and he las proved himself to be such; ho considered a statesman, and ac- Jtnonledged to be one of the ablest and most distinguished men who ever reached the presidency It seems to us he has lost prestige since he be- tame president, and his policy on the -European and Mexican situations are "the source of. this opinion. Qf course, we are forming our opinions as an observer on the outaide. Maybe American opinion is largely at his: back, grateful to him for having kept the country out of war. He haa had a hard road to travel since he m- sumed presidency Ai far as plat- form pledges are concerned, has put most of them Into effect, some- iimes la Uie face ol markea-Iwmfi- crabc opposition In Congress. In administration. of domestic affairs we -say that Wilson has lully lived up to expectations In Tils loreign .policy he has not been so suc- cessful too much and acted not at all He should have protested' -against the devastation Belgium; thousands of bis own coun- trymen that view, and maybe it he-bid ittto doeover_again, protttt'jIjTherefare many people, who started of v.ho bin formed "this opinion that in- stead politician that in his controversy with Gerniany he always had thoughts en the -German vote and did not want -'to of. tend this big element in the popula- tion bf the .United One thins :iB he has kept his country out though some of ue think he hafc_ sacrificed its honor too much for the sake of peace. He is a lug, brainy man, nerertheless, eager to serve his the best of his ability The the Panama route for grain carrylu has not even been established. In o der to get info tlie'fcalgafy elo vator for eastern shipments, specla rates have to -be made by the gral commission and tho'railways. .As w have frequently said before, this elo question of law is con- cerned, and many times the judges express the opinion that the men might just well hare got together and' settled the matter without all the expense. It is just such cases that the arbitration board could deal with vary nleely. is TneV' naifl" the opinion United electors will decide on his merits. They, will say whether they 'approve of hli administration or not. It is their ttnulness, not ours. NO MAIN IN VANCOUVER ELEVATOR The storage elevator at Calgary, to the excuse fa now offered, was i to handle export (rain lenTinf da front Paclf.c porn. Sir George'B. Foster tills us that was the pnrpaw m the elevator Calgary. iB by-Pa- "Theyhave used me so-white, every minute of the time that I have been under this old flag, that now I believe it is good for me to stay under It and, although it may be hard sailing for some time. I am going'to said Fte. a returned soldier, form- erly a resident and citizen under the Stars and Stripes, a man who lost his right eye for the allies at the battle of Festubert, after he had fought in the engagements. of Ypres, St. Julien and Givehchy. Before this war ends the old Bag will .have won a host of new admirers. The New York Sun says that now, since Gorman -navy has won such ah overwhelming victory over the Bri- tish, may expect to see the Uon bad to and Alll- commission, otherwise .his toll gate, roughly ton per cent.. All tkfise-who Allison''; or. did business or who preferred to ent' competitors, are characterized by the. minister of as "rings." Allison was tile one just man. Ac- coriling; to Sir Sam he could Imve saved the British wtir office a hundred nilllion'doUars It he hadn't'been halt- ed his'wild career. Another thrill was furnished.by the reyelatiqiis'in Regard to the'-Bertram shell committee. Messrs. Carvell and Pugsloy- estimated in tho House of Commons that V the manufacturing members of the .shell committee had overfed themselvps eighty million doi- wjMmite being partly based remark that the Bri- Ottawa, Juni other the British Empire was thrilled by the uccdimt of the great naval battlo In the.SKaggoracki a buttlo us glorious In Its, conduct and results: as Trafal- gar. This battle, in which'the odda were 'heavily the British, dis- played rail the' old Nelson spirit from admiral down to cabin boy. Time and again His Majesty's ships bucked the German line, the swift gave and took broad- destroyers made their .bar- seker.vchaYges, none recked how he perishedVprtivIded he smote first. Ad- miral Bentty, .wjth tlio high courage of the British 'navy, ,a courage which ,s second nature, placed his squadron the German grand fleet and ts base, and held the enemy to it, at terrible toll on both sides, until Admiral Jellicoo and his dreadnoughts iove-'ln sight and sent the Germans scuttling back to cover. Admiral Hood went down with1" his as many other gallant officers did with theirs. Five thou- sand of the bravest men in England Ie.at.the bottom of the this '.B the 'price admiralty. But the German navy Is bottled up once more. They Kiel canal is crowded again. Britannia has shown that she rules he waves and intends to keep on rui- ng :them. The-only mistake seeme o luive been the meticulous caution of the'British admiralty which let the lermans put their story the wire it will take the truth some time o overtake the German inisreprssen- ations Lessons for Canada The great battle had its lesson for Canada. What if the German navy had-rbrbken through? Where would Canada have been then with no navy of Ker own and the Niohe tied up at being used as., a tor landlubbers' However that to have 'the infusion s an ston What_ really counts- nf, tjteel manufacturers reorganised i-betofe'ft began things QICKED UP IN FOR THE BVST MAH Geo. H. Greeory Michel B C is eubrted killefl In action Eleven memti'ers of the' Brahtlord oli'ce force have.already enlisted tor verseas service. Tha C. N. R. has undertaken to groove all the grain on the Goose Late line July lat St. Andrews church, Sonya, pre. ented Rev T Dods now chaplain t the 19oth Battalion, with a. go'd vrt-ist watch. A Grand Trunltfreight :train crush? d to death the nineteen aionths old hild of Mr. and-Mrsr-Frank Miles, at riton, near Hstowsl... The Six Nations, chiefs have sent ing George a resolution of condo- ence on the.deathtof his 'great and rusted war chief.' John Macdonald, a newdaper man as been- -appcistsd pnirmcial public y representative by the Manitobd overnment. The Russian duma Itaa 'adopted a U! calling for the attention from eating :meut for four Jn each eek, according Renter' despatch rom Petrogradi Lieut F H. Wood, ion of a for- mer principal of the Port Hope high chooi, is a prisoner of war m Ger lany. Seventy head of. cattle- -averaging 400 each we'e by. J A Watts, f Elora. It was one of the biggest northern sales, held in Canada, re- ord prices being realized. Lev! W Hichirdton, in Few-Brunswick; died before he had airly started his- 186'th year. He born June 13, un and had lived under li British loverelijt. While attempting to croii Moose ftke, Kew Ontarfo in a canoe during heavy tttmm on June 2, A J. Bate- man, formerly 6t avenue, 'oronto and Blee, two lumber- ten, were upset and drowned, of acre of land, move a ton truck" four- teen miles, and generate enough el- ectricity to light a farm house for thirty hours. Sir Arthur Nicolspn; ivho recently retired as undersecretary .of foreign, affairs and who was raised to the peer- age -will take of Lord Car- dock. Tbnman Mosleyj a barrister who was active in the organization of the territorials; and -wlio is also one of the new peers, will take the title of Baron Analow of Iver. After a sitting lasting aev eral weeks the court of revision for the B. C. provincial voters' list-has just completed .Its labors.- thousand names were removed irom {.helist and 2000 new-names added. JJie net decrease of SOOO names. The new list co lUin about names as against at-the recent hye-election. Capt. A. W. captained the University of Toronto Inter- mediate football team, _ which- -won the Canadian Intermediate championship in 1897; ig repprjed to dave "died, from, wounds..v-Capt.'-Tan- ner who -was very well known as a rugby player went to the front last December from Lieut. Kenneth C. member of .a Montreal batalion, has been reported killed Lieut; Campbell who was wellinown in newspaper circles, was fonnerly- a member of the staff of Journal and time of enlisting was financial editor of the Montreal Mail. Sub Lieut George K; Williams, an 3 P S graduate of the University of Toronto in 1911, and a; demonstrator in the draughting department of the School of Practical Science prior to his enlistment, was repartedTlnlled by the admiralty, according tc a cable re ceived by fris parents Mr and iVlrs ieorge Williams, 147 .Gore Vale aveT nue Toronto Lieut Williams collid ed "with another machine 'whHe mak- ing a flight. The following brief letter wag re- ceived in Edmonton fttmW.LIeut.-Col; Griesbaeh of the 49th "We are m rather a hot, spot here and the shooting is pretty heaVy, big make a hole' six feet deep and ten feet broad had a shell come through the roof and go through the flor within-iliree feet'of where I was sitting Fortunately there was no explosion or I woujd have -been an angel byjnpw.'' j Following m their father's foot- steps, the three sons of Lieqt. Tom Jones, of the 232nd Ovcnoas Bat- have all enlisted with the colors as privates in thgir father's battalion. Thomas "Cyril Me- Jones, the eldest IB tel- ler-accountant in the Nntaria branch of the Bank of Commerce, Clarence Wilfrid Jones is ledger keeper. In tat- Bank of Commerce Fred- erick Forbes RountrSev Jones, the youngest son, is onlj Ij'years'of affe, and he has been taken on the strength of the batalion as a'buster. An an illustration of the utter 'the German degtructlon of Belgian cities, Ilev a Bel- gian minister in an add re si at Tor onto, told of how the Hum had oc- cupied .a place and the iwatf standing in the street with other.ofl.cer8 talking to ft pajtor when suddenly 06German fell all around them, blow'ng oft the head of the veneral and killing many of the troops' The pastor who nwsed it narrowly SQME AT AND ABROAD F Canada felt at he great British.' victory -in the "North The German fleet ma> never iome- put .its coming mt at all is in the nature of a last is a the war la In Ight'of Its flnlsh.-Vthlsidempnatratlon L sacrifice to' German public ipmfon which suspects that the Ger manlarmy, has shot its. bolt.pn land, SUt it has provided .the British ;Empire with a thrill pride arid satisfaction that Engllah- en' make no .account of it if death s .only swallowed up in victory for a reat cause. Eight on its heels comes another brill. Our brave Canadians "baptized fire at St. Julieu, Festubert and Langemarcke, are carrying .this coun- ty's? name to glory again at Ypres. 'he: casualty lists are going to .be ongi There wilt be many sad hearts n Canada. But not sorrow s those without hope; these fathers others, wives, maidens, children who ave" given their to the call f honor arid duty. Such are the thrills which a war hretj thousand provides or TUS on. laud and Meanwhile vhat kind 6t thrills' are being pro- ided" at home? Well, we have the ECyte' Inquiry, which concerns a lot of Ighblnders whose chief object seems o have been to' soak the British Em- ire icomirig and going. have Col. ohn Wealey Allison, Sir Sam's friend nd-super-patriot, who being told to scratch gravel -for did it o such good effect that Wall Street uccaneers would pay each for n introduction to him to be He'1 to get in on the olonel was scratching. gravel the The colonel eems to have struck "pay dirt" from he very first He made so much ionpy that lie could divide a com- Jssion of a million dollars with two ther profiteers and then forget the etajls.--Colonel Alliaon didn't bother bout such chicken feed; It came so iay that he could afford to give to his typewriter for ten year's rork, who says she. hardly remem- ersVwhich bank account she put it in has several bank accounts. Even in these days year is good pay for typewriters and a calculated to make. other members f-tae .profession jealous. However, i s OCu to COionei J "ntamy Everybody with "a proposi I0t one doilui' vtilua three qoliara spent in Canu la. then that. It had Mis'' a of thirty-one OJIMon ofollari which, so it boasted, t to divide but which t UOt'tftvide (after Messrs. Thomas made a, few pertinent re- abbut ij.- Indeed it will be handed back (p the British war of- tlie shell committee ac- quires' great mqrit for a somewhat belated act of ylrtue Another thrill'is provided by the letter of Mr. -D. A. Thomas, which was allowed to go In as evidence be Duff-Meredith commission. In letter Mr, Thomas points out to ihe-shell, committee that Mr. Lloyd considers that the shell com prices are too high and inti mates further orders will bo forthcoming; prices take a turn Rfr Imthei suggested that the prices would vield to a little compeOifon but the shell out and on iheW 'committee s side the next Fiqatly premier Borden had to be led rlgtflhuD to it and then Mr Thomas got action Mr Thomas :ested that the government might the Transcona shops to go into the munition industry itself and thus dqwn. the prices but the gov up on that proposi- tion Jt, the war on tbe lines of .list, -and It re- fused to. do anything that would put a crimp in the campaign fund Latei It WHS obliged to put a small tax on the, war profiteers but It dm it more in sorrow than in anger and m qidenfaUy took the edge off it by tax [ng legitimate business also ao tr-i1 the goafs couldn't be distinguished From the our heroes were in anil elaewhere the home gov prqment au'ppltpd still another thrill by the disqlosure in regard to the Defective' cartridges which were food enough to he bought by Colonel rVllfftcn at sold at per tboqiant} the British admiralty On top'of another in of General Mderson s letter rhjch dreif attention to a suppressed report on frje Hops rifle which the Bri iltih war office complained was brittle at the breach f One wajr and -another these thrills jf which the Borden srnnient is so plentifullj :he as Sir Thos Wblte would put it with the noblest of our soldiers at tbe front It-was while our brave boys rising Canada s name imperisb itily the scroll of fame at St Ju fanr Ifestuberfand Langemircke that our first: war icandels -were being aired and two Cpnaervative members being drummed out of for getting sticky fingers At ;hat If was paper shoes bmoc (pundered horses and such These thjnlBPt loomed large at the but In the light of later loot liKe tmrty cents. H F GADSBY. The Dangerous Condition Which Produces Many Well Known HOWTOGUARDAGAINS1 THIS TROUBLE; "FRU1T-A-T1VES" Wonderful Fruit Medidne Protect You Auloinloxication meuns self-poison- caused by continuous or partial constipation, or insufllciout flction of the bowels. f Instead of the refuse matter passhijj daily from tho it? is absorbed by the blood. j-psatt, tfy Kidneyrand Skin are overworked, hi thoir eiforts to rid the blood of .this Poisoning ofihcbjoodin this way often causfis Indigestion. Loss of AppctiUs and It maypro- duee Headaches and SleepltsspCss: n may irritate tfyc Kidneys und'briinf on Pain in tJie Coui, and Rheumatic' '.Tt cause of Eczema iiiul 'kc'epslhc whole absorp- tion into tlioblood of this, riifiisemaltur "Fniil-a-tives'tzuill always cure Auio- inioxication or, as "Fruit-a-tivcs" acts ganlly-cm bowels, kidneys and skin, His bowels audtonesTiirpthe'hervoiis system. 5Qc. a box, 6 for. size, I'Oo. At nil dealers or icn.t postpaid on rccciptolpucobj Krmt ti tivosLimitcd, Ottawa. Youi With Hcrpicidc {Made In Vulcan, June; Jus- Stmmons, delivered judfement in an unusually-rdnteresting .case on Thursday laKt.___Tlie_ that of tho Marquis Municipality vs. Hard- wick Brothers; in the planliff sued the defendants for taxes on their tract of glazing land within the muni cipahty the y, est half ol 14 sec lions" 15, llir the west half of section 24, 'tlie of 26. sections' all in tounsnip 17, range 21 west of the 'th meridian Tlie taxes claimed ivere General municipal tax ?160 I) School taxrim'4 156.60 Hail tax 1914 2GO SO Educational The defendants argued they tield the land under a grazing ledbe from the Dominion government, and under section-125 of the-British North Act it shputd be exempt from taxation The defendants also contend ed that the school not dm the municipality and tho municipality had no power to sue for national or hail insurance taxes His JortislUpj-J after quoting statu tes and cases in support of his find ings gave judgment for the plaintiff i the with inter it at tie rate o_t5 pqr cent, making total of S12Q O? The case isTjrinrportance as tliere are "I Conildtr Dunlop the Leader BceauM who 'ftfjfi Pint, Ordinarily OhfW OruttM." No matter product, .may do for the betterment pf their jr reveala the fact that we been offering similar, or ill 'our product for a long rime This is simply -wi are the of the industry ia Canada, If anybody should knoy tire-making ftom A to Z we should. We have been rires in Canada for nearly a quarter of a century. No other tire cOHtpaliy been making tires in Canada lor half length of rime. i v "Traction land are ia the forefront to-day, because .Dunlop' has allfmys M thsjway in tire bettermcnU, Dunlop Tw A Goods Co., Limited Head Office and Branches in Leading Cities, ;