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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tl JUNR THE LETHBRIDGE DAfLY IIEHALD Nurses and Sticking to Buried In DeBris by Hun Bombs Juno The following ar ticle by Roland the correRpon tlent atvCflnttdlnii army heitdtiuartorR In has been received by the Following Hie bombing of two Can adian neaitlxe coast the ftuns hiiVa from another lirtWial whoso walls dur FOR M V IT COLLAR Ing the flghtlw sheltered thousands Canadian doctors offteer flatlents the number At those wMo were killed or seriously Canadians Have OdcnplWI the site for over eighteen the roofs painted with great raddfosserf and buildings have never been used for military purposes since the war bo Kan German squadrons dropped no bombs near the Cut In Half Last night one threestory wing which WHH about two hundred yards long was cut clean In half by a huge bomb and then caught DraTely the statt of the hospital started to rescue helpless patients cut off by the flames In an adjacent Doctors and orderlies brought them through shattered Windows down lad ders to The first bomb went through two floors and Into the operating where the night staff were working on some urgent cases that just arriv ed Thd operating including were burled under an aval anche of debris and In a few mlnutQS the wholo operating section was a flaming tomb and bursting tubes of ether and hydrogen added to the hor rort of the two other surgical teams had just halted In their work and had gone to the moss for midnight or the cas ualty list of doctors and nurses would have been much Some of the personnel whose quarters were on the top floor of the wrecked building had marvelous One corporal who slept directly over the operating theatre was blown free by the first explosion but left Isolated on a burn ing beam and was only rescued with difficulty by means of ropes and lad Although badly scratched he worked heroically in saving the pat MOST HAVE 1PAL CONFIDENCE BEFORE PEACE f Juno refer ence to the peaco question Von Kuehlmann In the relchstag qirftted former Premier speech of May 16 in which he said that the Brit ish government would not turn a loaf ear to a peace proposal If It was not couched In ambiguous Wo likewise can make the same added the foreign sec knowlng It also lo be our the moment I care not to the nat lens which are at1 locked in willexchange peace one ot the preliminary conditions must be certain degrees of mutual confidence In each others honestyand THE WILFRID GAR IEPY8 HAIL IN3UR ANCE SCHEME the municipal districts of a very great protective value to all Thero will be about 110 mnnlcl pol districts likely vote on the scheme In If 4B or more ap prorfi of It the Wilfrid Oarlepy will coll a meeting consisting of one representative for each district ap proving of the scheme to be appoint ed ly the they will meet In Calgary the 3rd Wednesday of for the purpose of organization which Is to consist of a board elected by ot nine three will retire each year and Ihree will he the office of the board will bo In chairman will re ceive a the members of the board will receive a day and expenses while attending meetings of the the board will be a cooper ative liENTOl UP WESTERN LINES Machinists at Winnipeg Strike and Threaten a General WalkOut Dentistry GET that act firmly impressed on your Poor allowed to remain are In a sinful ex They lead to all of bodily because you cannot properly chew your is the most common and in its train follow more than half of the ills which afflict the If you are afraid of a dental free your mind on that Our thousands of without excep tion testify to the fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 OU 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL Coaldale Attention THERE WILL BE AN Important Meeting OF ALL THE IRRIGATION FARMERS IN THE DISTRICT IN THE SCHOOL HOUSE THURSDAY JUNE 1918 June French Socialists will send Including Albert formerly minister of to the coming national conference of the labor party In Alexandre founder of the new Socialist group formed In was asked today if the Socialists of this group would accept the invitation for a Socialist conference in Denmark tendered by the Danish Socialist He that If It was a question ofconferring with the journey might be under taken but that if it was considered stop toward Stockholm and an inter national numerous Social Would oppose This pronouncement from the Soc ialist party represented by Varenne Is considered Important as a sign of the strengthening of French FINED FOR HAVING COPIES MESSENGER June Rog secretary of the International Bible Students Association here was today fined on one charge and al lowed out on suspended sentence on for having in his possession copies of the Bible Students Month ly and the Messenger literature banned by the censor under the War Measures DECLARE PARIS IN ARMY ZONE A great deal of interest is being manifested In Albertas new linil In surance municipal and agrlc ultural bodies along with public men have been Interested in this Western country for a great many years try ing to devise HOinn scheme of a mu tual nature among people directly concerned that would protect them from a total loss in of hall and at the same time secure such protec tion at a minimum along with a guarantee that wonkl secure them in case of Various companies of course have their Municipal bodies have tried to deal with It In many ways and even provincial legis lative bodies have had their experien ces along similar A glance at the statutes of this Western country reveal statutes that liavo been amend ed and eventually but with the event of the Wilfrid Oarlepy becoming Minister of Af fairs for Ihe Province of Alberta a renewed interest was taken in the en tire He has shown a disposi tion to cooperate with the Municipal and Agricultural bodies and particu larly with municipal districls direct ly concerned andrit almost every ses sion of the Legislature ho has brought the question before that body in one form or another endeavoring to ar rive at some plan that would provide protection against total loss at a min In the early days by var ious schemes they were able to se cure a minimum rate of but the guarantee was usually poor in case of Other schemes placed a minimum rate or premium which in many cases was thought to be exorbi This placed tho whole question In the field of controversy and experl hailed out DEBATE ON POLICY OPENED June marhin Ists in the Canadian Pacific Railway shops here have voted to strike as a protest against the continued employ ment by the company of a machlnls named Amps who is not a member of the union and is declarec by the men to be actively working against the interests of the machln Out of 1500 all but elgh PAGE NINE voted during the last twentytout hours In favor of a strike to force iompany to remove1 Stewart from At a meeting of the men to morrow the hour of tin walk out will be R business agent of IJu said today We will have the Canadian Pacific Railway I western lines tied up by the end ol the unless the company removal Amos Stewart and returns alt the men to their We will call out ihn machinists on eveTJ railroad in Canada if rector of Adlns Anglican Balmy has accepted a call to become associate rector ot Pauls Bloor street tfl insist Minister oi Mclntyre served curate of Pauls Church from to Sir Edward Carson Initiates Expect Statement of Premier important debate was opened in the house of commons today by Sir Edward Car the Ulster In ac cordance with a previous rained the whole question of the gov ernments policy I Ireland with spec ial reference to the recent proclama tion of the lord lieutenant and the re cruiting The occasion had been awaited with much interest as It was Known that Edward Shortt would make his first speech as chief secretary for Ire land whileit was also expected gen erally that Premier LloydGeorge would havo an important declaration regarding Home Rule and conscrip Anticipation Jthat the Trish National ists would avail themselves of the occasion and return to Westminster after an absence of ceveral weeks was not fulfilled and the debate lack ed some interest on that Tho have no intention of making their withdrawal from parliament John the Irish declared Mon day that they would return when the anticonscription conference in Dub lin had concluded its sittings and a favorable moment had Several members favoring the estab lishment of Federal governments within the United Kingdom were noti fied to submit a resolution for the WhenYou Even in Canada carry your funds in Travellers issuedby The Merchants Personal cheques are often Money may be lost or Travellers on the other are cashed by transportation companies and stores at their face and enable you to raise ready money wherever you happen to If they are of no value to the finder if stolen or des they will be replaced without extra Use them for your next MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office OF MONARCH NOBLEFORD CANADA Established Acting Acting June Poln care today signed a decree de claring the department of tho which includes with in the army FINED FOR BOOSE PRESCRIPTIONS June aged a well known Toronto was today fined and costs under the Ontario Temperance The evidence show ed that the defendant bad issued pre scriptions for quarts of whiskey and other liquors within twelve days and that he charged for each pre He offered no defense to the charge and will the HUNS CAUSED IT EVERY FARMER URGED TO BE 1652 June in Crimea have caused a revolu tion by which the Tartar assem bly has been FOR SEDITION June the of seditious Tutela was fin of and costs by Police Magis trate Livingstone at noon It was charged that Cross declared wo had Just as soon be under Prussian rule as the pres ent rule of or words that Vulcanizing Vulcanizing Vulcanizing Our commodious and uptodate Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station at the rear of Dallas Hotel U now open and ready for These premises are catering to a first class trade and are equipped with the necessary modern plant and machinery to facilitate service and reduce prices to the lowest Try us for satisfaction and Retreading and Innerlining work a Ship your tires to be vulcanised by Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station 1 LETHBRIDGE Countless Women find that when suffering from sick dizzy spells and ailments peculiar to their nothing affords such prompt and welcome as will follow a few doses of KENANS PILLS A proven Womens which assists in regulating the and reestablishing healthy Beechams Pills contain no habitforming no disagreeable They Natures aid to better Health Uimticu uf In ill Sulu In people who from time totime were keenly in terested in securing protection at a minimum costwith a public guaran tee that losses would be made But they were approsed in their ef forts by those who for the time be ing wer not hit by The former stood for public control latter generally stood against The whole question could not be set aside and it pressed itself into prominence at every important gathering of far municipal or Those who believed in public control differed as to whether it should be municipal or provincial or A glance at our statutes reveal that many changes have taken place in the attitude of the public from a legislative The event of the Wilfrid py becoming minister of municipal af fairs In the Province of Alberta In the fall of 1913 proved of valuable assist ance to those farmers interested in securing legislation which would com bine the idea of a maximum premium with a guarantee that losses would be mode good in accordance with m At almost every session of the legislation the Wilfrid Garlepy has piloted the House Legislation for the benefit of the farmers interested in hall In the 115 session of the Alberta Legislature ne brought before the House an act respecting municipal cooperatlva hail In the session he brought be fore the House an act to ammend the municipal Cooperative Hall Insurance widening the powers of the In Itj he came to the rescue of the board and placed before the House an act providing for the guarantee of certain borrowings of the Hall Insur ance Board of Alberta to the extent of two hundred and sixty two thous and The Wilfrid Gariepy has in his keen Interest in the transforma tion stages of whole hail insurance scheme shown an ever ready disposi tion to cooporate the Hail Insurance the United Far mers and Municipal any person or persons who couia make any suggestions that to evolve a hail insurance scheme that would be of mutual benefit to all con cerned and thanks to his efforts he was able to lay before the 1918 ses sion of tho Alberta Legislature a bill railed the Municipal Hall Insurance Act which is to be submitted at the municiiAl annual elections to be held on February in that terrl tory described as follows The act applies south of a line de scribed as follows Commencing at a point where the North River tho Fourth thence westerly along the said river to a point where It meets the range line between ranges 0 and west of the Fourtl Meridian thence westerly along the north boundary of Township 56 to the range line between ranges 21 and 22 west of file Fourth Meridian thence northerly to the north boundary o Township thence westerly aloni the north boundary of Township 5l to theraugu line between ranges and west of the Fifth Meridian thence south along the said range lin to Saskatchewan River and thence along the said river to the western boundary of the If fovtynvn municipal districts vole favorably llt achewa under the new bill will BI lulu operation forthwith auU the liiB charged by in companion will uiuliu thin uuw Biihoino conlrollutl uutircly by creation of such subordinate legislat ion and the premier will receive dur ing the course of the day a deputation of members representing all parties who support the proposed Fire Chief Armstrong and Fire man James of were motor firehose truck crashed Into the Crown Bank HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her produc tion of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a worldwide short age of Good markets for some time to come are THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live m Lethbridge Branch Mgu I HAD TO GET FIFTY ICOULONt IT MT THAT PRICE UNLESS 11 ORDERED A t WHAT WE HAVE GOT TO DRINK FOR THE NfXT Six MUCH SAY THIS IS THfi PUNKCST I DRANK DID WC GET OF MA ji u Economic Waste The only road to Real economy is the road that leads to the Home This is the First Commandment in community Whenever we pass our own community and sencau order away from home we break this commandment by one stroke of Give your home dealer the chance to fill that Given the same He can beat any outoftown house in the The Long Distance route is the road to overbuying and false This cartoon shows vividly the Economic Waste in lance ;