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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THfc LETHBRIDGE 'PA'IL'Y. HERALD 80, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION delivered, per IW Daily, by mall, per year...... 8-00 Weekly, by mall, poc 1M TELEPHONES: Business Ofttce Wltorlal Otlicii W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business 1224 ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Russians are still retreating in good order before the Austro-Gennan forces in Galicia, tint the evidence of military experts and correspondents who have been studying the situation in this theatre of the war gives weight to the statement that the morale of the Czar's troops is excellent, and that with good artillery support, they will have no difficulty in beating off the Teutons. Lack of ammunition for the big guns is what seems to have been the trouble. This aspect of tne situation gives rise to the hope that very shortly the Russianls will have their new supplies of munitions In the field, and will be able to ef- fect a turn of the tide. The censor is keeping the lid on fairly tight at present in the other zones of war and little news is trickling through. The Turks claim- i ed yesterday to have repulsed British j attacks in tie Dardanelles. OUR POINT OF VIEW Welcome Lodge. to the S.' 0. K Grand Saskatchewan's dry spell .starts to- morrow. So says ScotJ, the- observer. Tomorrow is tJio 4Sth occasion of PICKED UP IN lASSING FOK THB KUSY MAN Harvard conferred degress on 1205 graduates last week. A. Gordon, ot Reglna.; Warntr, June matter of con- slderable importiuiee to sroiip of the qelobration of July 1 by Canadians. i Justice IShvuod as chancellor ol Hon. Robert Roger, influenced the i diocese of Qu'Appelle. m tho homesteu, country 1ms C..N.H. to allow it, general counsel to i Rev. Rural IK'au T. G. Davics, has brought to the of the defend Kelly at Winnipeg been wumtcci Anglican rector at Hwald by a Urmer whose horio is ui iveuj iii >n.iiiipt6. Ucek> Faith district, it appears tout I "frult-a-tives." I suffnrod so much .las. .Marshall, a brother of the] about the beginning of (hi! year .a Uhat at last I would not dare to cat for it it was his influence that brought the destruction of the telegrams? A Montreal fellow laughed when ho was given twelve years' sentence iu the penitentiary. Montreal must be worse than the pen to live in these days. Suffered Tortures Until She Tried "Fruit-a-tives" ST. JKAS DK MATH A, Jan. 27th, 1914. "After suffering for a long timo with iat .1 have been made Veil by Hon. Duncan Marshall, died at Ches-1 [armor from that country j Warner, where he saw one L. V. Km, ot Kegina, leal estate j Pamphlets sent out i I was iifraid of dying. I'ivo years ago, I received samples of "Freit-a-lives" p oi urn most nroiuT I "oat'd of Uatlo, issued by the Do- and after lukiiiR tlicm I felt relief. V in the has Soummeut, explaining tlio Thou I sent for three boxes and I kept stcd for active i'proposal of the government to fur- improving until I was well. I quickly Lindsav voted to guarantee bonds regainedmylostweiKht-andnow I rat, the dmount of for nurnnse .AullsLia- i slot-p and Jifeest woll-n. a wortl, at his home in Devonshire, .was for j COSTS HER BABE Mr. Borden's reading out of the 30 years Uritish commissioner 01 the i Slwa Ihias occurred' about a! Edmonton. Alia., June 29.-J.no party of Messrs. Garland and Foster' CrPrus. He could talk sev- j month Iatcr_ i diKorent inan first fatality of the flood occurred at en languages. ond since lhen several letters have today, when a nme-uiouths-old Rev. A. Gilford, late vice prin-, bcea Ilxi.-mA trom the haby was drowned, still has the party patronage in Carel-; cipal Columbian College, New West-; alirays prollljsjng that the" animal j The mother was carrying it along ton county, and Mr! Foster, though minster, B. C., has been appointed: shipped in a few days Up the floating sidewalk In Gallagher tas resigned his sea. is again in to a few'days aBo, the bull has not street, when and_fell. The .w seekine the Conservative t is again Profso o levan Collecc, Montreal. nomination; prot w Uutler, I 1 e 11 U UM head of the anj the farmers in the as- child fell from her arms into the wa- larmtrs m uii, _ _ _ ____ are in a very bad temper n Kings, N.S, It seems that when, Civil Engineering Department of the j at the of the 'Dominion gov- Mr. BonJen read them out he did not Royal Military College, KMngston is, eminent, and moreover are strictly. speak loudly or emphatically enough, j tlK i it as any farmer wilt ___ lor eighteen eats. readily understand, as The C.N.R. In On the Deal THE OUR BIRTHOAY DOMINION OF Tomorrow is the forty-eiglith anni- Tersary of the creation of the Domin- Dr. Pallant, a well known physician I and a large realty owner in a's the few bulls are in the district Have ter, and was carried away. ITALIAN v owner in Sgld or %meA in the expects-1 is B. C., was instantly killed on Fri-, iim tnat the pure bred would jday at his camp at tahtlam, on the j DC jheri, in the spring; xow jtisivo bomb Cowiohan, near Duncan, by a motor is aimost too late even if the bull aerial warfi should arrive, and what' the farmers next (Winnipeg Free Press) ion of Canada, and at no time in our -.the drama. history have we had greater occasion j F- H. Phippan, ex-judge of the Mai i itoba Court of Appeal, it the Ml for car turning over on him. I The widow oi the late John rto for mijk. incrcase yard Cameron, attorney-General oi }.ear is a Seri0us matter Canada before confederation, and One feature of the investigation j many years the acknowledged head oil into .the Parliament buildings scandal j the Ontario bar, died at which is attracting more and more at-i aged S7. .tention Is the part which the Csnad-l -Melancholy, which seized her during ian Northern Railwav oi-rfcf-'i-pot-c1 in fipr_ INVENTS DEADLY BOMB Homo, Juno Socialist either j deputy, Battelii, a professor of ehein- at Pisa university, has invented high-power incendiary and expiu- b that may revolutionize :are. Experiments are said Summer Excursion Fares Circle Tour Through Ucvdstoke ami Kooteuay A splendid vacation Irip for and others. Very low I'uros from nil stations. Hood for tliruo months, J22.00. from Calgary. To Eastern Canada To points in Ontario, Quobtx-, Now Nova Soptla, and Prlncfl liilwunl Island ill low faros. LHieinl Ifinlfs.'stQp- overs and diverso routings. Fniianiii-Puciiic and San Doig-o Expositions I'ittiilii'. Coast Excursions lleducotl fares fniiii all points. When golun to the expos- itions or tho b'adtic! Coast, it will prollt you to Inivel through your own wonderland the Canadian Kocklcs visiting Banff, Lake Louise, Glacier, thenco via Vancouver.' SAIL THE GREAT LAKES SUPERIOR and HURON On the 4 Favorite Palatial Steamships "Alberta." and "Keewatln" They inaUc 4 Kouiul Trips Each Week EASTBOUND. "Alberta" "Assiuibom" "Manitoba" Lv. Ft. William Sun. 2 pin. THUS. '2 pin. Bat. 2 pin. Lv, Ft. Arthur Sun. o pm. THUS. 3 put. Silt. pm. Arr. Pt. AIcNicoll Tues. S.oO Tlnirs. Men. S.30 a.m. a.m. a.m. KuowaLln" 1-YI. 2 pm. Fil. 3 pra. Sun S.30 a.m. TRY this route; it offers nil itlnal change and rest to the traveller bound for Eastern Canada ami the Eastern States. Particulars from nearest Agent or from R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, to have demonstrated the terriblu ef- fect of the new missile when hurled from an aeroplane. __________ playing in an eight-weeks' detainment in Ger- many after the war broke out, caus- ed Miss whose relatives reside to observe this day than in the "VT" Toronto 1915. Today thousands of our JenenS! The supplementary British naval are engaged in conflict upon the bat- {practice. Undoubtedly, hit tervjces estimate provides for the addition of tlefields of Europe with the enemies are of great value to hit company; j officers and men tov the navy, of peace, freedom and national integ- yet from' his f would bring rity, and thousands of others of our best blood are in training throughout the cpuatry preparing to go forward to join tfl'eir "fellows in France and Bel- and he comes to Winnipeg to take part in an inquiry In which the C.N. R. has- t least on the in- for this year to officers and men. The' last vote -of men was made in February. tertit. Mr. Phippen comet here tencibly at the 'lawyer for Thomas i Albert iletin, budget reporter L- HOUSB of gium. This is significant Little. did I Kelly the contracting firm war budget- of Ranee can be es- we imagine a year ago that almost'which is charged with defrauding the ttniated at s and people of Manitoba of hundreds of tne war continues the country thousands of dollars. It is, however, will soon be spending a min- pretty generally believed that Mr. iute-. Phippen is here as the legal general- Lient.Col. G. S. Rverson, Toron- the -whole world would be at wax and that Canada would be an active participant. While we war has taken have no re- gret for the part that Canada has tak- en in that war. Canada is a part of the British Empire, West with all the liberties common to a Dominion un- der British rule. prize that heri- tage, and when Britain joined in the European conflict -to uphold the cause of liberty and freedom, as well as its national honor, Canadians did not tc-ber assist- ance. As the War progresses it be- comes evident that we are- not only fighting for the maintenance of the British. Empire and all the great privileges we enjoy under the Britisk flag, hut that we are also struggling for the7, maintenance of civilization it- wlf. We know that if'defeat comes to the Allied, Germany and its ideals iriH be, uppermost in the worM. have come to know the real spirit of Germany; we are aware of its ideals. Germany'is a nation filled with lust for conquest and power, and it is pre- to adopt the. methods of the er to gntify its ambi- tion. Once Germany became supreme it .eo.aU, Its feet the.liberties we have all en- Joyed under British rule, and it would put into effect its own ideals, auto- cracy, miUtanum, and the rale of iron. Canada will do itc part ia the future, as it has in the pre- of all the people who are in trouble a result of thin inquiry. It is also generally that it was the 'Hon. who to, has been promoted to he Hon. Surgeon-General, Lieut.-Col. J. Montreal, to be Brigadier- General, and Lieut.-Col. W. E. itrumehUI In getting Mr. Phippen for! Thompson Halifax, to be Assistant thl, purpote, -MrrPhipp.il has been AdjutantrGeneral m charge pi admm- for the lait six weeks, Winnipeg; -Man., June the-Royal Commission njet tins-morn- ing, -Q. P. Wiison, senior'counsel for the Liberals, read a copy of a tele- sent by Sir Redmond Roblin to Robert Rogers.' under date of April 30. The telegram was as fol- April lows: "Winnipeg, friends sny it is very de- sirable that Geoffrey .MacDonald [soil of one of the commissioners] now with Strathcona's Horse, be giv- en commission, say, lieutenant. See General, as I have no cipher with him and explain situation so he will un- derstand, anil act. I am sure he will do this for me. Proceedings here-'al- ready dragging. Anderson says im- portant thing is to secure promotion. Kelly's son died Judge .MacDonald said this was the first he had ever heard of tho tele- gram, or of any effort being made by Mr Koblin to st..-re his son-a com- oirly slightly ac-l Roilinoutl lint there ivaa au appcnranco of an ittempt to ini'lut'iico. the Judge, but >lr. Andrews said ho thought the Chief Justice was mistaUcn in rank ing this statement. Edward Andersoil then proceeded to make a statement, in which lit; de- clared that his own son and the sou of Justice MaeUonakl had gone to the front together with Lord Stralh- cona's Horse. Anderson had used his own influence to get a commission for his sou, arid he had remarked to Judge MacDonald that it wom'd be nice that liia son should have a com- mission also. 'The Judge had stated that this .was so. Anderson, therefore, had snok- en to Premier Roblin about it. This was, n long time before tho conimission; had been appointed, and he had not heard anything of the mat- ter in. the''mijatot tone. Sir Rodmqnd Roblin then came on j FINAL RETURN LIMIT JULY 12th. the stand, and explained that his only (Furthe PATRIOJjCWEEK Winnipeg', July 1st to lOtii. 1915. Fare and One-Third for the Trip. From all Stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan. JON SALE JUNE 23th TO mission. He with qitainted and had never approached him in any matter whatever. Chief J ustice .Mathers remarked object in. sendiriEf the telegram to oblige his friend; Mr. _Andarson. Judge MacDQiiald bad never spoktm to him about the matter and had never approached the Judge auout ii himself. Excuse for Phippen's Presence Roblin" stated that in getting ex-j Judge Phinjmn to assist in the Par-i liameut buildings case was to possible an amicable settlement ...of .her particulars from any agent or R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. the arid, although he doet not appear in court, it it understood that he is on the job day and night Kext, we come to the remarkable j iskation. Lieut. J. HerchEier Stewart of the i P.P.C.L.I., who was killed in action ia France on June 17, was the son of Mr, and Mrs. John Stewart, Har- er- an independent commercial organ- ization. It is the property of the Ca- nadian Northern. Railway Co. Its president ij Z. A, is one of the, triumvirate who own and control the Northern Railway. On J.une 7, M. H. MacLeod, general man- ager of the Canadian Northern Rail- way, instructed1 the mana- ger of the to search the files for March, April and May and supply him with all messages passing between Dr. Simpson. Sir Rodmond Roblin and W. H. Montague during that time.. On June 9, uBder.insiruc- tieus from the same quarter, all tele- grams addressed to or received from Hon. Robert Rogers weire picked out All these went to Mr. Mac- Leod and were examined by him. It Omaha and Denver were-also located and extmmeii. H is, unne oeBBary to remind the putUc-that Den- ver and 'Omaha were amoiiff the plac- es honored by William Salt In MB wanderings. On. .lime 10, the local manager of 'ent the dominance of Germany, and' G N W Telegraph Co got a tele- to retain the British Empire. We will send our men and we will con- tribute our money, even if the War is long. and the path we may have to travel sometimes very discouraging. What we now posaeee is worth re- fining, and to .retain these posses-' sions we will be compelled" tq sacri flee many of oar 'best but if these sacrifices, keep for us "the Brl- tish Empire. its. .great ideals of liberty and justice it will Jure been worth while. -_ 'We o.ught to be greater Canadians mad better Britishers than ever be- m our history as a Dominion. know now more than ever we did -.before that Britain is a nation pre- pared to uphold Its honor at all times; war, but strug- gled long for peace; that it only en- tered the conflict to protect ra weak nation, and the fact1 that it was not prepared .the only reaabn already been victor- We are proud to be a part of .that Empire because the bead of It HM taken this noble attitude in the strugale We that .if 1 BrtUhi we will might a part of the German and rather than B.ucli a betan jis, we Are prfpared one ud all m cKJreM for telegraph companieb to keep their messages for at least six months in order to permit tbe proper auditing of accounts, and there is a universal custom, to .this effect. The .messages for January and February' will be found in the G.N.W. files; :but the mes sages for March, April and May, have been.reduced to ashes Upon the Royal Commission re- questing an explanation from the pre of. the G.N.W. Telegraph Co., Mr. Z. A. Lain sent a sur- charged with the inscrtence of the cor- poration magnate whose policy is summed up in VanderbiK's famous phrase, "The public be damned." Mr. Lash's statement and the subsequent telegram from Mr. Perrv, together with statements on the stand by local officials ot the Tele graph Co, it in quif e plain that Wes? messages were deliberated destroyed in order that incriminating telegrams from the parties whose, names have baeu mentioned would disappear The- theory that the whose recitation the CNR was particular ]j anxious to protect in the Hon Rob ert Rogers, is strongly supported by aK the known facts of the case Sir., Rogerv is part and parcel the ganlzfttion whMe art b< ftiWjhUto light by the of the 47th Regiment of Frontenac J county.- i At a meeting cf tKe committee] formed for the purpose of giving re- lief to sufferers itora the Lusitania disaster, it was announced that only had been subscrib- ed, whereas for the Titanic relief committee and for the Empress of Ireland commit- tee had heen raised. The Dollar shipping company of San Francisco, an American firm en- gaged in mercantile marine transpor- tation, has announced that its fleet will change its registration and sail under the British flag and that there is an even, chance that Vancouver, B. C., will be made the new headquar- ters of the business. 'The seaman's law of Senator La Follotte of Wis- consin, is responsible.- A CUP OF CQFFEfe may mean almost' anything Good, Bad or Indifferent. But a ciip of SEAL BRAND COFFEE MEANS JUST ONE' THING-the Y delicious beverage ever poured into a coffee cup. CHOI MMUM financial difficulties, between -prsv.'nce. Ho said he! knew Kelly would be much more am- enable to reason with Phippen ad- vising him than with any other law- yer. Asked why, knowing Kelly bad been overpaid, he did not so inform the commission, Roblin said at first it was his intention to do so. But later it seemed to him the commis- sion was trying to besmirch the 'diar- jacter-of the-'iate government, rather than uncover details of overpayments, so he decided to nave nothing to do with it.' Asked how he could defend the ac- tion of the Conservative majority in the Public Accounts committee, in ruling out evidence which would have shown Kelly did not put yards of concrete in the caissons, Roblin said the committee had.followed well established precedents. He believed the committee did right in refusing to compel the production" of Kelly's vouchers for material. Special Fares to mm EXHIBITION Good going June July 6. Return limit- July 9. Dominion Day Excur- sions Going Dates June 1. Return Limit July 5. Further information from Ticket Agent. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. TAFT'S TUB.. DELUGES HOTEL Overflow Trjckles Through Ceiling Into Dining Room Cape Jlay, N.J., June President Taft came here as the guest of the1 Pennsylvania-Bankers' association. Aradni; other tnings he took a bath in his apartments iu the j Hotel Gape Jlay. He failed to con- I sicler the size of the average bathtub, however, and when he climbed in the tub the water overflowed, trick'Jed upon the heads of the guests in the dining room. The manager called, and went straight to Mr. Taft's room. There it was learned .the portly ex-President had stepped in'the tub without real, izins the consequences of the sudden rise in the tide and had stepped out again without noticing the resultant dclnge. He was napping .when the plumber knocked at his. door, OLD FRIENDS COME BACK This picture, showing a poke bonnet, hooped skirl and shorl bodice, is nol a reproduction. from a fashion magazine of fifty years ago, but was taken recently "at the Woodbine race track in Toronto. The gown was worn by Mrs. Jackson of New York. The material was a lovely shade of soldier blue tall'cla, the skirl made short and full over a hooped petticoat, with narrow ruffles and the silk well above the knee. The bodice was shorl waistcd with frilled sleeves and white muslin fichu. The shoes and stockings were white also. With Ibis was worn a poke straw hat with pink i REDUCER STEAMERS 1st, 2nd, 3rd, SAILINGS FROM-MONTREAL Date Steamer To July 9..PRETORIAN... Glasgow July 11..SICILIAN ;......London July 15..HESPERIAN ..Liverpool July 17. .CORSICAN..... Glasgow July 22..Scandinavian.. Liverpool Aug. 1 .CORINTHIAN... London Aug. Glasgow Aug. 5..GRAMPIAN... Liverpool Aug. 14..CORSICAN..... Glasgow Aug. London Aug. 13..HESPERIAN.. Liverpool Full information from any Rail- way or Steamship Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. Nor-Weit Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg. Ramsay Macdonaldf the well known British labor leader, will not come ,______ .to Canada, as sometime ago an-. As Mr. Taft hoarded his train, be I nounccd. glanced-at' the ocean, and John J. T Install, a native o! Belle-- get a piece oE that .fenced iu some ville, Out., and a brother of T. day, and then, I venture to Bay, there C. Haslett, K. C., Hamilton, Ont., won't be'auy overflow." [died ,at Winnipeg. OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Eacri maturing son and daugmer should have a personal Savings Account in the IJnion Bank of Canada, with'opportunities to savl regularly, and training In how to- expend money wteely. Such an education In thrift and saving In later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R, H. E. SAND ova invaluabia [INNING, Manager Acting Manager ;