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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1beratt> Xctbbnoae, Hllxvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dully, delivered, per wsoK Dally, delivered, per ye" Dally, by mall, per year tVnekly, li.v mall, per year TELEPHONES Easiness Office Editorial Office IOC ...51.00 125! 1221 Germany at last admits torpedoins tho Tubantia ot Holland. She will eventually admit tho wanton destruc- tion of tho Sussex. Such is German diplomacy. Farmers are seeding every aero they can prepare this Drills. What can't be seeded will be No one could ask them to do more as their share In the great war. Mexico City, May will protest the seizure of the power schooner Oregon in the gulf of California by the cruiser Rainbow. The Rainbow has captured some- thing. Bob Edwards please note. Remember, May the dates ainisiiton. and it behooves Lethbrldgo ARROW COLLARspring Style ift Cliill. Strange Dealings of the Shell Commission are Being Aired Ottawa May F B. Johnston, asked Mr. Johnston, "thai they K.C., continued the croBs-eiamlnMUm to of Col. Carnegie before '.no Meredith- Duff commission thin afternoon. The first meeting with Allison was PA iICKED UP IN ASSINGIZZZI FOR THE SUSY MAN on May 1 at the Manhattan hold, and was arranged by Gen. Hughes- On trtai occasion arrangements had been rnado to meet manufacturers. He had known nothing about Allison or any of tho others at the time. On May 14 uiaim- ifaclurers had been examined as to their ability to make fuses. j Tho neit meeting was at Montreal, I when Yoakuni and Bassick were pres- I ent. The first thine asked about was the price. They were figuring around j Your King and Country need you nncl it oenoows, uemu, aid Southern Aioerta to sec that the over ,drowne ,n tfe SauS.en _ _________ each. Col. Carnegie said he knew something about prices on the Ameri- Mrs. Chas. Oppertshauser, of rian-, ,old Wm function Is such a success that we will get it again in our turn. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Irish rebellion and its effects still holds the centre ot attention in England. Four of the leaders the rebels Imve been shot. Hundreds of other prisoners have been taken, and Great Britain is to have compulsory service. Voluntary recruiting is pro- gressing very favorably in Canada, and their punishment problem now being dealt with by the government. The rebellion has led to the resig- nation of Augustin Birrell. chief secre- tary for Ireland in the coalition cabi- net It may also lead to the with- drawal of Lord Wimborne. lord lieu- tenant of Ireland. Germany's long awaited reply to the United States note is at last complet- ed and should be on its way to Wash- ington today. It is said to be framed In terms which will prove satisfactory to Uncle Sam. Serious riots have occurred in Ber- lin and other German centres. Slay day was the date of these outbursts, in which many were said to have been killed and injured. STATUS OF SHELL COMMITTEE DEFINED Just what is the status of the Cana- dian shell committee? The question was raised in the investigation at Otta- wa the other morning by Commission- er Duff---------- passed between Ottawa and the Bri- i hardly likely compulsion river while fishing. Edward Farrer, ouo of best known journalists of at Ottawa in his 66th year. Four British naval officers have ar- re recruits for >oat patrol ser- can side. A Mr. Goss had told htm that the price he was receiving on a sub-contract was around "And you fUed the price at "Yes, at great pressure. They em- phasized the expense of plant, etc. But we beat them down from ?4.50 to lul rived in Ottawa to, secun the British coast moiorbo "That Is a said tho witness. "Tlmt is a strolls statement to make In reply to a respectablo laid Mr. Johnston. "What was tliu conversation on that "I don't recollect." yet yon undertake to make this denial as to what really transpinjd? That is strange." "Well, want to say that if anyone asserts ever told anyone to go and see Allis.-fl it is untrue." "Was Allison's name mentioned? "It may linvn 'leen. 1 don't recollect." Agreemv-it with Russell Witness then (Utlincil 'lie agree- ment with Russcil olid by Made Dishes. Made Dishes, prepared with the help of LEA PERKINS'SAUCE, are a great aid to economy, besides giving a pleasing varjety to the Menu. Owing to its QUALITY and concentration, a few drops of Lea Pcrrins' give far more satisfaction than a much larger quantity of a "cheap" imitation. Observe 'if sip, which a million and a half or so of the fusos were to tie reserved until they could have an opportunity of getting ready for the work. They were, how- ever! urged to hasten. On May 21. telegram announcing tlmt they were ready was font and went astray. On May 25 the contracts were placed with the Americans. At tllit time tho Bassick company was to get three mil- "And on June 19 you gave them after they bad agreed to take lion fuses. This had been reduced to .7 _a r., ;i tllllf nit llOll OCCaUSe tllGV ness, havinj months. John Langdon, a of g( Jolm_ _N- been Judge only a few reach this side. But the opinion is fast vice. growing that thera should be national j T o _ _ registration so that recruits might be I dljd pneumonia after brief ill- selected by some proper method: r U. S. will withdraw his troops from Mexico says a report. De- pends what lie means by gradually. If it is as fast as that German answer which was to have been "immediate." Caranza's whiskers will be around his knees before the last trooper crosses the line. "It w The USth Battalion, is holding its battalion sports day on the afternoon o school teacher and an inmate of the House of Refuge at Whitby for two weeks, committed suicide. Two deserters from the 149th. Win. a minimum of and a half million occause they Meredith. I desired to bring Witness said the company would not down to S4Jo, and tlioS would take less than 51.50 under the new ,not do It on a two million order Bab- condition, which included a division .sick's permission was secuied to tut of the order, one-third of which the contract. A letter then for No 100 fuses. "We had to Sc to j written conflrmmB the Tne superannuated ItHem cap In hand to see whether they would agree to the change.' "At that time you had an offer from She Russell company for "Yes. said tlie witness. "Any other aomin "The Feim offer at 52.60 for loading "Did you get an offer from the Mon A girl who got up a mule-riding party for Easter Sunday in Mllltown arch Brass company to make time nattatiou j is ja UOSpital with a disiocatea of May 12. Lethbridge appreciates the jaw ]eft wjthout several .aster suuaay m hospital with a dislocated j fuses unloaded for each. presence of soldiers here and we tetlth. should turn out to make the sports a success. The city is not favored with any great amount of sport these days and the IZtn should be a delightful break in the monotony. Suppose a private company owned the Lethbridge street railway, and ap- proached the city commissioners every ____r for to pay the deficit. Do i you suppose Mayor Bardie would pas- result, of cables which DQ tWnk the cUileM would Charles M. Jloore. manager of the branch of Tiffany's who died in Algiers, March 30, 1914, left total assets in New York State of Hon. G. Howard Fsrg'jscn, minis- ter of lands, forests and mines, hopes to have the New Ontario development scheme in operation early this sum- consider it their business to finance a private enterprise to that extent? Yet the C. N. R. is pulling off that game every year with the people of Canada and getting aws.y with it! tish war office. The Ottawa Free Press report of the Question raised follows: "The Canadian shell committee was put in a 1-ew light at the Meredith-Duff investigation this morning. From the beginning the public, press and par- liament of Canada have looked upon the shell committee as agents of the British government, nominated by General Hughes with authority, as agents of the war office, to place orders lor munitions. "This morning the counsel named ivj IB guit iiin_________ oy the prime minister stated that Gen-1 Qjs' charges were based and alao era! Hughes an'd not the shell com- that it had now been found that the mlttee was the agent of the British alleged contract Cadwe.I KYTE DENIES SOME FOOLISH SLANDSHS ABOUT CHARGES Ottawa, May Kyte rose to a question of privilege in the house today to protest agaii'.st an Ot- tawa'dispa'tch to the Montreal Gaz- ette. This article sugges'-' German-American circle of New York was the source___ Kyte got his information on which "I don't recollect." "DO you remember 54.25. When Russell expressed his in- tention of coming to Ottawa, next day the reply was sent: "Pleaso defer your visit until you hear from us." Mr. Johnston asked if it would not have been better if they had uotiried Russell and Harris that there was nothing left for them. "Did you write to them that night; "I doii't think we could have done so. They came next morning." Next day they came and submitted a proposal to make time a man at ?4.20 each. Col. Came The Original and Genuine Worcestershire IT R II, DUKE OF CONNAUGHT ATTENDS SHAM TIGHT. 1 DO vou rememuer a man uuntju j LUOCO Sherlock offering to make three mil- slated that be knew the company was f.i fi iiricifinn to ComnlRtfi LUG lion time fuses for that price "I have 110 recollection." "It is a said Mr. Ewart. "It is no said Jlr. Johnston. "They offered, and there is corre- spondence." "Then the implication is that we are suppressing correspondence which is in our said Col. CarnegJe. "You are more suspicious than I said Mr. Johnston. "We have in- formation that Mr, Sherlock, acting lormauun LIIJII. iui. Mrs. James B. Gillard, of -Montreal on OBUaif Of the Monarch Brass corn- is said to have heard her husband, panj% Mr_ white on behalf of the Private Giltard call her distinctly Electrical company had cor- rcspondence with the shell commls- ion." "We will look it said Col. Car- negie. Not Very .Speedy Work government; that Messrs. Bertram, Carnegie, Watt and Cantley, the four civil members ot the shell committee, regarded by the war office only as contractors, and not at all as agents, with- the authority which agents have. "He added that the four gentlemen, however, appeared to .have regarded j themselves as- occupying dual posi- and contractors at the same time. Hellmuth, the Borden counsel, gave the above as his opinion, formed after reading-all the correspondence. "This puts the Investigation upon a. Mr. Kyte said that he wished to contradict in the most emphatic terms the suggestion contained in this dispatch." He said that his in- formation was that the contract was signed, sealed and delivered and did actually exist As for the source of information he said it came from sources that were absolutely reli- able. not in a position fuses. "Then asked Mr. Johnston, 'were two million fuses Why the Urgency "There was great said Col. Carnegie, "and the reservation could lot he prolonged." "Why the asked Mr. John- ston. "Because Canadians were being blown to pieces at St. Julien because of lack of said Mr. Nesbitt. "It would have taken a long time." said Caniegie, "to examine the potentialities of the Russell company. There was great urgency." "And you were not to get any fuses for five asked Mr. Johnston, "and as a matter of fact you did not get them then." Witness stated that they had been satisfied with the experts available by the American firms. The Russell Co. had not got such experts. "That was the main objection? asked Mr. Johnston. "You didn't think the Russell com- pany could get Witness stated iiist the was the most important part of the business. Had to Build Factories "And when did the International Fuse company got its factory asked Mr. Johnston. "They had to build one." "And the American Munition Com- "They had to build also." "And if the Russell company says on-coms. and men, practically all of had been an interview in connection througli the Ypres Strug- with the question of making fuses, le a year ago. "A Says the Witness three times the night on he died of gunshot wounds in France. The French government has accept- ed from Col. Hodgetts, commissioner ior the Canadian Red Cross Society, cases of supplies for the French wounded. The citizens of Ayr, Scotland, have presented to the officers of the 1st 'In 11 months the International Fuse company hatl only delivered four per. cent, of their .'remarked Mr. Can-ell. Mr. Johnston remarked that the company had up to that. time received i to the Montreal Gaz- a silver cas- nr.ariy two millions of advances. At irticle suggested teat ai molmted on nn oak the end of November, the American German-American circle of Jaws ers m g[ the fovlnda. Ammunition company had received a New York was the source trom Unch B A (n and had tions of the auid Brig of Ayr. The largest pipe organ ever bui million and a half in advances only turned out S31.000 fuses, Questions as to the telegram sent the largest pice organ ever UUUL i" in this country was shipped from the ;by Russell on May 21 and not received, v Vim. and fnr the division' Wurlitzer Manufacturing Company's witness stated that he had been unable P'-t at North Tonawanda to Chi. to find it. He had done nothing about where it be placed In the it. Covent Garden Theatre. A. reunion dinner tit London, of the original members of the 10th orders had been placed. When lie discovered on Slay 26 that the telegram had been sent, it was then of nu consequence because all the LESS APPREHENSION IS NOW FELT OVER U. S. RELATIONS Berlin, via London, May uerm an-American relations probably can be looked forward to'With less ap- The. Duke of Connaught with General W. A. Logie and other members of tiie Headquarters Staff are seen attending a sham fight in Toronto recently. The Associated Press is permitted to make this statement, although dis- patches bearing on the nature oE the German reply to the American noto respecting submarine warfare have been stopped by the censorship. NEUTRAL NATIONS ARE LOOKING TO WILSON Rio fle Janeiro, May Journ- al de Commerce, ia an editorial on the German-United States situation, its iais yuui tne uenntiu-uiJiLKii OLHUCS different footing. It has been assumed i says that the en'-.'re world has that tiie royal commissioners were to learn if the Canadian shell committee placed the war office orders with hon- esty and gosd business judgment. With the shell committee regarded by the British government as contractors, who wjld be sued for failure to fulflll eyes fixed on Washington and hopes that, whatever the German reply may be the American nation will support President Wilson still more firmly. "The attitude of the Unites says the paper, "serves as a lesson for ail the terrorized neutral govern- ments. The action of President Wil- son would be still finer i! he had made their contracts, and not as authorized njs not oniy for Americans but agents, the whole aspect of the inves- for aii humanity.' tigation changes. "The view expressed this morning will embrace the Hoilinger, Ac- onon, ay .-e me and Millerton gold mines, and a ship company have acquired, the fleet patrol duty m the No makes General Hughes the responsible agent; makes the Canadian shell com- mittee the contractors, to whom he gave the business; and makes the firms who produced shells and fuses only sub-contractors under the shell committee." to conquer." "The duty of neutrals is to copper- "S.'St SOCIALISTS WILL PLAN LASTING PEACE The Hague. May Inter- national Socialist Bureau has issued a manifesto calling a meeting ot the Social Democrats and Labor delegates While reading the reports of the from neutra] countries for June 26th, proceedings before the commission object Is to eserclse whatever in. Is well to keep this change In status in fluence is available to provide that mind. It has a great bearing on the responsibility.of Sir Sam Hughes, and will have to be considered by the com- mission In making their findings. political problems mhich must derive their solutions from peace conditions, mill make war impossible in the future. The dandelion is making a too fre- quent appearance on the parks, lawns and boulevards. .Swat it. The C. N. R. gets another 000." Let's see, how many millions does that make altogether? No one seems to be hearing much recently about tne Clown Prince of Verdun fame. Four Irish rebel leaders have been shot. They should hf ve been in the Insane asylutn long An American came all the way from Oklahoma to enlist; in the American .Legion, If, Uncle Sam won't fight hi? pepfeews vilL KIDNEYS Why Demanded "Gin Pills did for my husband and me what no other remedy could. I have a.ivised two other parties to use them, one of them being iny mother who hfls been a great sufferer for upwards of 20 years, nnd cue box cured her, so as to cnahlc her to sleep on her left eide, something she could not do for many a year. The doctors (old her they could not cure her, hut could relieve her hy operation for a noutinK I idney, but on account of hcrngetriey did not think it advisable for her to go. my advice slic tried Gin Pills which cured her mid for which she il ever ready to speak In terms of praise." MRS. THOMAS II. PI.E3TID Richmond. P, n. Ror 115 P. R. .'sland Vourdrutgistsells UIK PIUS.-MC. the National Drug Chemical Co. of Canftda Limited, Toronto. occasion, Announcement, ot the merger of the aramouut ana Triangle motion pic- ure interests has been made. The new combination will Include the esse L. Lasky Feature Play Company ne Famous Players Company and the 'riangle interests, which include the 'ins Arts, Keystone and Kay-Bee 'ompanies. A mining corporation, will embrace the Hoilinger, Ac- "Well no, but I would be surprised." "The only thing they ever loaded was their said Mr. Nesbitt, "and that with water." THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L.. Preiid.nt IOHN AIRD, General M.nairer j H. V. F. JONES, Ali.'t Geo.i.1 V. C. BROWN, Supeiialendep.t o( Genual Branch.. CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility ior the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and cpikclior. of sales notes. Blank sales notes ire supplied free of charge on anplication. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Biyinner, London, May 2.-The Cunard steam- Tanean, artially developed claim of the Can has been formed. Holiinger tockholders will receive four shares n the new company for each share consists of only two ships. The ser- low held. vices of the Canadian Northern corn- Include sailings from Bristol to Canadian Northern Steamship J I According to Lloyd's list the fleet LIPTON'S YACHT ERIN SUNK IN MEDITERRANEAN London, May British armed yacht Aeguga, the sinking of whicli by i. mine, was announced Monday, was formerly the Erin, Sir Thomas Lip- ton's private yacht. It was taken over j by the British admiralty and used as a hospital ship. was armed; and before being sent to the llediter- iea. The k KT to littye CANADIANS DECORATED London, May Fred- erick Etherington, Lieut.-Col. Samuel Major Evans Quehec and Rotterdam to New York. Hanford ve been completely i Greenwood Davis ot the Canadian Me- want to extend an invitation tc suspended by the war, but the Service, have been hono 11 of Plttsimrg's lovers and married ersons as well, to use the city parks corps and formerly of Kingston, Ont., has been promoted to a brevet lieuten announced Superintendent of 'oiice Matthews a few days ago. TO HANDLE PERSIA London, May Russian news ant-colonel for distinguished service. i from Teheran saysiCapt. C. a. Caruthers, of the Dublin ,E; that arrangement, have been _ com- formerly of Kingston, who that navu luimvjiu m nleted for the formation of a commis- was mentioned in General Sir Ian Son to supervise the finances of Per- Hamilton's dispatches in November ed farm "five miles southeast ot Drum mer, Sask., met accidental death on Saturday. It appears that Ivey, driv- ng in a buggy, stood up to put on ils overcoat and his foot went through .he bottom catching between tiiu two readies ot tho buggy. When found his head and one arm dragging on the ground covered with blood and mud-and the other arm was In the sleeve of his overcoat. The body was oiind half way Into the barn hanging out of the buggy and the horse still hitched to it. Among those who received the Mil- itary Cross In a recent presentation of decorations by the division general in the presence of units of the fight- ing force, was Second Lieut. Arnold Whftrldge of New York. Wliltrldge directed the tiro of his battery during 'a hot period of the recent fighting from a forward observing station, with ihe Oerman trenches only a hundred yards away. He Is a Yale graduate and one ot a group of young Ameri- can college men wlio have been with the. British, artllleiy slnco early In the war. last, has been awarded the Military Cross. Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. SATUF.INIA.............. JS ATHENIA CASSANDRA 10 ATHENIA Ratal-Cabin Third Class; Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very ttwclirjt sea Service throughout Is DUIN- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets for Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other Infonnatlon apply to any Hoairoad, Steamship Agent, or H E.'UIDMAN, Gensra! Assist, Winnipeg 349 Main Street, Phone M. 6312. Vancouver, 631 Oranvlllt ARDENT AIRMAN KILLED BY FALL London, May verdict of death from misadventure was returned at tho inquest Monday on Probationer Flight Sub-Lieut. Thomas R. LIddle', who was Iclllei! Sunday, in North London. Lid- die, 20 years old, came from Canada to join the air service. He was mak- ing his second flight Sunday when in taking a left-handed turn his machine Hide-slipped and turned turtle. At tho inquest his commander said ho bad never seen a keener airman than Lid die. He sometimes took three or tour flights a day and could not be kept out of the air. DAYLIGHT SAVING PASSES Saskatoon Sask., May day jlght saving hill passed the atepayorf of Prince Albert today by a majority of R4 as compared with an adverse majority of 82 In 11114. The fast tlmo becomes effective on Sunday. Belgians Are Still in Need 0! Food And Clothing Conditions Grow Worse rather than Better In the Martyr Kingdom How our sensibilities have been duiiea oy nearly two years of war news A few thousand men swept away by the "curtain of fire" in a frontal merchant- man or a hospital ship score or more fallen victims to the baby-killing no longer excite or impress us. Perhaps (t iswell.forour interest or sympathy could do nothing to-prevent these horrors of war. k But arc we becoming equally callous sufferings which vre could alleviate f Are we interest in the millions off hungry Belgian mothers J and children, Iclt in the' ..power ofthc ruthless Huns, and becoming more dependent every day on our hclpf Is our sympathy for them evaporating i God forbid (hat, grown feilisr with talci of suffering, we should fail to respond to this urgent appeal from the Belgian Relief Commission to support the magnificent work they are doing. Every day they provide an allowance of food, meagre enough, it is true, hut still sufficient to support life, to nearly three million destitute Belgian, who would otherwise h veto go without. The continuance of the .upply depends on us I Will you do your share Whatever you fee! you can give, send your weekly, monthly, or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or SMI! Cheques I Psyabli li Jfeasurer 69 SI. Peter SI., Montreal. Feeds a Belgian Family One Monlh or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or 'Belgian Relief Fund ;