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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HEFIALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1010 Hetbbrifcge 0AJLY AND WEEKLY Subicrlpllon Ratai: 'Daily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year 55.00 Dally, by mall, per year H.OO JV'eeUy. by mail, per year 51.00 TELBPHpNES Business Office............... I252 Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Uanagine Director John Torranca Business Mftnase: Your King and Country, need you right now I and as they were not placed In Cima dft, that WHS used, to place 'the contracts In the United States Ouo does not have to hare it from the housetops that Cot. J. Wesley Allison exerted the pressure. On Cot Carnegie's own statement to Harris that he- the latter, would have to Allison about the contracts, it is fair to dcduco that Allison wanted the con- tracts let to United States' concerns. The evidence is beginning to grow interesting. For a time it hedged awny from J. Wesley. It swings back to iim now. We are about to learn his relations with the shull committee. are nbout to ienrn how he hypnotized Sir Sam Hughes jiud, through him, the adlan shell committee. "Xot at home to Canadian manu-1 ttcturers" seems to have been Col. Carnegie's slogan. Thirty-six hours between Lethbridge and Vancouver after June 4. Leth- bridge is coming into its own as a railway centre. The Canadian shell committee sends manufacturers while Col. J. AVealey Allison lets its contracts for it to his ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Whether fresh trouble will arise be- tween United States, and Germany over the torpedoing of the American "White Star liner Cymric, remains to be seen. President Wilson has put friends in the United States. the whole proposition up to Germany in the straightest possible way in his reply to the German note, and Inti- mates that the least of their promise to abandon illegal submarine will be foHowed-by trouble. The German attacks at Verduu ap- pear to have once more subsided. The Germans claim small gains In the Vicinity of Hacourt Australian troops brought- Crodi- Gallipoli are now fighting In the Jlsh tranches in France. General Townshend, who surrender- ed to the Turks at reached Bagdad, according to a Turk- ish statement. P 1A AICKED UP IN SSINGIZZZI FOR THE BUSY MAN Over 24.000 surgeons are attending the German troops. Brantford folk will he asked to vote foS.OOO to pay off Indebtedness on the hospital. Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain, widow of .he late British statesman, has sailed for New York on the liner Adriatic, Kitchener tag day in Toronto, held or the purpose of aiding recruiting in meeting some of the expense; netted a total of A threat to blow up the building: in which the St. Catharines Journal is published was received in a letter vhich bore the postmark of Gladstone. iich., and the signature, "Otto Geinc- e." The Catholic School commission of Montreal decided to divert from That early morning dose of tho office boy to confer with Canadian I ths children's prize money fund to aid the .bilingual cause tu Ontario. The action is in accordance with the au- thorization of the Quebec legislature. j There were 258 cases of measles re- i The Cymric was torpedoed without j ported in the month of April In Gueiph. j warning. Other smaller merchantmen are being torpedoed without warning Berlin's promise that this sort of thing cease is another of those promises. CUUPO RAKE-OFF V ON1G SHELL BRUIT SALT is. responsible for many a man's good health and.-business efficiency. A spoonful in a gj'fuss of water before breakfast means a clear brain for clear thinking-, a -hearty appetite and a good digestion. It not only waxes but Acefsyou well because it is a natural remedy. Try ENO'S for a few mornings nnU notice how much better you feel-show invigorated as a result of its purifying, cleansing proper- tics. But remember there is only one "FRUIT ENO'S.. Don't bi: per- suaded to bay worthless Imitations. Get at your Druggist's. J. C. EKO. Ltd., "Fruit Silt LONDON, HAROLD F. RHODE CO. UNHID lO'IlcCAULflttJET. TOSOKTO "The way Col. J. Wesley saved Cana- da .millions of Sam said to award Canadian contracts to United States concerns. He saved coming into the DR. CLARK AND (THE TORY PflESS All fe Dr. Michael Clark of Had Deer wao-roie in-bia place In the House -of Commons at Ottawa and urged upon li-e'house that useless and acrimonious criticism ba abandoned for the duration of "the War. Baf Dr.- Clark didnafrmeaa tnat'fte opposition tvaB to alt Hlie; eo many bumps iog, nothing. In that case 'tfae priyata memberg might as well go home and cabinet to run the fcnsicws of countiy until tht'war is adrice or orithdsra from the hoim. Consarvatlve news- papers which are gloattnf ovar Dr. Clark's remarks should remember tbta. .Sincere criticism in time of war is inore importODt-UiMi-lD-ttioes of peace, and the opposition bra a duty to per- form. They aro-partucinftig it, too, bat bringing to light irregularities In con- nection with tifo-eOBtlMt of Canada's part !n the canker spot) the Empire. And bualRMi .la not nil done at If Dr. Clark's remarks mean aaytbtpf they are meant to apply to prorineial affeiri too. Some of the nawspajwrs walch hare been construing hii apeech to .be a direct the'ittftude of the opposi- tion at Ottawa sfecald read their files of' a couple of months ago the Alberta legislature was In session. There they will find that the Alberta opposition did not manifest any notice- able concern as to Alberta's part in the war. They win find every form of dirty partizan attacks on the'govern- ment at Edmonton made, not. for the purpose of heiptag Canada in her pro- secution of the war, but for the gam 1 ing of advantage for the Tory party in Alberta by underhand tricks "When the government press foea out of Its way to construe Dr. Clark' remarks to mean that all the virtue rests with the Bordec government at Ottawa it makM'iteeif ridiculous. If -looks-as it the burn.line would not be completed for another year. -But the time is coming Soon- whenf the C. P. R. will have to complete it-for the simple reason that Alberta traffic will be so tcrtomand'it A masked highwayman recently held up and robbed of Seth Bailey, a .of Grants Pass, Ore., lie he Wa walking In South G6m- mercial street, Salem, Ore. A news- paper man with J27 In his jeans Is enough without setting him- A- HEAVY, SENTENCE FOR BOKO Edmonton, May Mike Boko, found guilty -by his honor, Judge Taylor, on Tuesday afternoon in the criminal court on a very serious charge, was sentenced to 12 years in the Alberia The type was a severe one. and sev- eral children-have had to undergo op-i erations to remedy some of the after effects, particularly to the ears and eyes. The Duke of Westminster has been awarded the Distinguished Service Or- der for "gallant and distinguished ser- vice in the m connection with his action at Sollum, in. the operations against the Turks on the western Egyptian frontier. Taa validity of 'the marriage of Count Boiii de Castellane to Anna Gould, now Duchess Talleyrand, was confirmed at Rome in a decision by the commission of cardinals appointed to consider the claim of the count for annulment of his manage. Henri de Regnier. one of the forty Immortals of the French Academy, rays: "The army of the Crown Prince, fighting around Verdun, recently sent a cradle to the Crown Princess bearing the inscription: 'The wood with which ilia cradle is made is stained with Trench blood.'" Pte. Collingwood Schreiber, a grand- nephew of Sir Collingwood Schreiber, general consulting engineer to the Do- ninion government, son of H. H. Schreiber of Clarkso'n, Ont., who is reported among the missing in the casualty list, is a Vancouver boy. Ho enlisted at Vancouver over a year ago and went overseas with the second contingent. AKMORED MOTOB CAK IN BOUGH ACTION In February five mothers in Berlin, "gave iGermany- m ase between forty Ion rpmarkinir 'hat iand forty-five, gave birth to their 16th, on, remarking .nat penitentiary. Before imposing sen-1 tence hjs rhonor verbal castigatl schoolboy bnt it indicates that he wai used like a gchoo'fboy when he went; to lay his proposals for manu- facturing fuses before Col. Carnegie. The colonel was too busy to see-him. Strange! Was Col. Carnegie closeted with Col. Allison at the time? Surely only an engagement with mch an Im- portant man as Col. J; Wesley Allison would keep Col. from seeing the man for'whom he had promised to retain a contract for six million dollara' worth of work. Too busy to a Canadian manufac- turer ready to unfettake contract! Harris' oatttM one Canadian were delib- erately to contracts. Why? The Indicates the reason, "Presran hfti brought IB'bear to liavo the contracts This unit will be composed of McGill men, will be officered -by members of the teaching staff, 'snd will be com- manded by Major Tait, professor o'f psychology. It" wnl eoiiaiat principally of students, but a few places will be available for graduates. Opal HartzelJ, six-year-old daughter of the aheriff of Deer Lodge county, Montana, has identified an escaped Iowa convict. While in her father's office she glanced at some pictures in the rogues' gallery and told.her father one of the pictures was.that of a man in the kitchen, Harry. Hayes, "who iroke his parole after having been I sentenced to ten years, will be return- [ed to Warden J. E, Sanders at Fort Madison, la., as a result ot the investi- gation. The child will receive a I reward. Kwangsi, with Chen Chun Hsuau, pre- sident; Tang Chi Yao, vice-president, and Liang Chi Chap, premier. Chen Kwang Tung was formerly governor of Kwang Tung and led the American boycott in 1905 and 1906. Feng Him Chans and other generals in the Yangste province have offered Ottawa, May tho More- tilth-Duff commlsaion resumed this urnoon; Or, Harris of the Iu.teri.a- tioual Fuse company, and Air. Patter- eon were present. L. Patterson, of the Interna- tional Fuse company, for sixteen years manager of the machinery department of the American" Tobacco company, was the first -witness called. He stated he was president of the American Machine and Foundry com- pany. On April 26 they had a meeting with representatives of the shell commit- tee and made proposals as to the manufacture of time fuses. Tho com- mittee had desired to secure them at the least possible price in the short- est possible'time. The company hlil at and the committee tried for reduction, but experts advised against, it, so the jirice was rot re- duced. On "May 21 they were offered an order for time fuses at a niulmum of each, hut on ad- Ice from Col. Birnle had declined to irlng the first offer of down. They did not then dcau their option i the machinery and materials. On June 10. however, the call for time- fuses was closed at ?4.50 each, deliveries to start In five months. .Don't Appreciate Conditions Witness declined to give the names >f sub-contractors engaged In making ioniponent parts because of "danger if agitators." "What danger do you refer isJced Mr: Hellmuth. "I don't believe you lu Canada fully appreciate the panic we feal in the itates with regard to the war muni- j lona business. Every employee in i ur plant has had his or her history arefully investigate'd by. the secret ervice and heavy guards are necea- iry." Witness was asked vvlmt was done vlth the firm advance of 15 per cent r which was made by thj hell committee when the contract ras entered into and during the first our months. .He stated that they had ad to make heavy advances to their ub-contfactdra. Ther had to d heir-own plant ami they left the trust company as Not one penny of commission bad een paid for securing the contracts, laid. Worn Out, Thin and Miserable Until She Took "fruit-Mhos" 20th, 1014. "SfoMUfA Trouble ttntt Distressing' Headaches nearly drove me wild. Soino time ago, I got a box of your ruinous fruit medicine, and they completely relieved mo. To-day I am fewling fine and ft physician, meeting me on the street, asked the reason for toy improved appearance. Isaid, "lam faking Fntit-a-iives" Ho said, "If Fruit-a-tlrcs make you look so well, go fthend and take them. They ar( doing more for you than lean." Mns. H. S. WILLIAMS. COo. abox, 6 trial alto 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Get the Habit of Drinking Hot Water Before Breakfast we can't look'orv feel right with tho system full of AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CROP Sydney, via London, May cording to an official estimate, last season's wheat crop In New South Wales exceeds bushels, from acres. This would be bushels more than during the previous year from acres. The extra million acres .were cultivat- ed in response to a request of the gov- ernment for more'production. LORD DONOUGHMQRE, Former. British commander Egypt, was slightly wounded by rebels north of Dublin. He !a of Ulster sym- pathies, while his wife is an ardent Home Ruler. No Palate-Joy Like richest man in the world could not buy anything, more pleasing to the palate or more strength- ening than Shredded Wheat Biscuit with Strawberries and cream. A simple, natural diet that will bring health and strength for the Spring; days- Try it for breakfast; eat it for luncheon. I in Canada. Cranbrook, B.C., Gran. Ferule, May to the Her- more recruits for the pmy Medical Corps left this morning the very oppy weather, crowds of people lined e platform, and many oC tho soldiers the 325th battalion were present to e the "boys The old saying, "it is all over but e does not seeni to hold aod In the case of the departure of e boys for service. At first bands (were out, flags Hying and-the crowds cheered lustily when the boys were entraining, ,-bUt now, though the crowds, are as large a.s ever, they Millions of folks bathe internally now instead of loading their system with times. "What's an inoide vou i-i Well, it Is io per orrr. miracles if you oould beliuve heae Jiot water enthuslaste. There ure vast numbers of men uml vomen who, upon arlcinx n the mortiing, drluk a glass of hot water with a tsaspuonfu! of lime- atone phosphate in It. This its a very excellent hcsllh is tended to flush the stomach, livjr. kicl- jieys and the thirty feet of intenUueH of the previous day's waste, sour liila and indigestible material left over in the body which if not eliminated every day, become food for the millions of bacteria, which infect the bowels the quick roault ia poisons and which are then Kbeorbed into tho blood causing headache, bilious attacks, foul breath, bad taste, colds, stomach trou- bles, kidney nilsary, sleeplessness, im- pure blood and all softs of ailmeutg. People who ieel good one day anfl badly the 'next, but who simply can not get feeling right, are urged to obtain a quarter pound of limestone phosphate at the drug store. This will cost Very little but is sufficient to make anyone a real crank on tha subject ui internal sanitation. Just as soap and hot water act on tha skin, cleansing; nTVcctoning and "j freshening so limestone phosphate and hot water act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and bbwels. It is vastly more Important to bathe on the inside than 011 the outside, because the skin pores do not absorb Impurities into thg blpud, while the bowel pores do. ,T. D. Jliginbotham Co., Limited, druggists. Lethbridge, Alberta. vertisement. gc aa cvei, Luyj ?verseaB dub shake hands arid speak tender'fare- will hold their, fifth .annual Empire there is day celebration on May 24th, by war !r tertaining all the children of the city rla ity uiTou tfc to a patriotic picture show. Previous P to the show several patriotic address- ft ss ,wlU be given by prominent men of the city. Arrangements are under Listen to experienced advice There must be a pretty convincing reason why experienced housekeepers never hesitate a moment to select one of Cooking dionu If tach simple tfelnf when you have the benefit of its big tfrajr of burners, its roomy orens. Keeping ererf part clean'; and free from rust ii no trouble ill. The McCluy takes very .little room and it adds to the tp- pearanee ol even the tidiest little kitchen. Tour nearest dealer Is (lad to let HcClarjr'l speak for you should know all about its host of bandy features before you pUn that little kitchen you're foulf to be so di J----- caitv' Sold by Hick-Schl Hardware Co. Toronto Montreal r St. John, N.B, Edmonton, way to have all the children of the city assemble at two o'clock at the Central school, and with the assist; ance of the principals and teachers, to march from the school to the Rex theatre. It is the wish of the club that..every child in the city will turn out. In the evening there will be a dance in. the auditorium theatre, when all the soldiers In the city will be entertained. Dancing commences at Ths Overseas club are -going to a considerable expense that day, and it is hoped that all the citizens pos- sible will patronize the dance. The Kootenay orchestra will supply their usual good music for the dance. C. C. Connolly will shortly be leav- ing for Lethbridge, to which point he has .been transferred. Mr. Connolly has acted in' the capacity of chief clerk to the superintendent of the C. P, R. for. the past six years and will be greatly 'missed by his host of Cranbrook friends. Liberal Meeting A most enthusiastic Liberal meet- ing was held at the miners' hail at Kimberley Saturday evening when Dr. J. H. King, Liberal standard bearer In the Cranbrook district, and A. H. McNeil, of Fernie, addressed a packed house. The party left. Cranbrook Saturday afternoon accompanied by a number or Liberal enthusiasts. Dr. King-made-a vigorous speech, dealing at'length with the land policy of the government and pointing out the reck- lessness wUii which. public monies had been expended. As usual, at eloc- tion time, the government was throw- ling put all of tempting bait to; I catch the worklngman's vote. Tom Summers, of Kimberley acted .as j chairman. F. M. Satrc, who left Cranbrook1 two'years ago, for a walk around the world, is back in Cranbrook. 1 Riflei and- ammunition for the 22501 batta'M'm .arrived Monday and the men am being instructed In the: 'art of shopLlnsr, A PRIE3V KILLED Dublin. May Waiters, pre- sident of the Catholic university school hero, died today of gunshot woundn, He 'was Shot while standing in. the doorway of the school during the dia- lack of the cheer- as impressed its .lity upon the people and the cheering -has been hushed. All now "Is a battle In terrible earnestness and bid their farewells with silent determination to pay the whatever it may be. Soon the men of A of the 225th bat- talion may have to leave in avbody, and that will leave a large vacancy upon the streets of the town. The district meeting of the East Kootenay..district.: Methodist church met here today and transacted its re- gular bpslness before tlie assembling of the British Columbia conference at Vancouver. Rev. Thomas Key worth was elected to the stationing committee with Rev. Perley, and Rev. R. Hall of Coal Creek was made alternate. The re- ports'from the several charges show much interest in the work of the church the war has had its effect, upon the attendance and the financed of the church, there seems to be a revival of interest In the work of the organization. Three or four of the ministers in the conference have gone .to-the.front and three students Irom.this district have also Joined the soldiers. This, with the expiry several of the ministers', time under ;Iie three year limit of the Methodist conference, l make necessary more ,han the usual number of changes for .he coming, year in .the British Co- lumbia conference. Throw Away Your Eye-Glasses! A Free Prescription You Have Filled and at Home-. scription. One man :says, after try.nff ft "I wag almost blind could not sou 1 "Do you wear glaasett Are a victim of eye-strain or other eye-weak- nesses? It BO, you will triad to know tlmt iliero Is rual hope tor you. Many wiioac eyes -were falling. they bavo liatl tlielr eyes- restored through thci principle of t'.'lH wonderful free pre- sc f tu road .it all. Nov.-1 J-. can reaU every- thing- without any g'nsses and my eye.t Oo not water any mure. At ninht they would pain dreadfully they feel fine all the time. It Was like a mlracla to me." A Jady wlio used it says ospliere aeemed buzy with or Blasscs, lipt after using thin prescription for fifteen, days everything Keems clear. I cau even read ilno print. glasses." It Is believed that thousands who wear glasses can non- discard them In n reasonable limn and multitudes more i> III be nliio to strengthen tiit-fr eyes ao -as'to be spared the trouble and expense of 6v-er troubles of ninny descrip- tions may be womlci fully bunclHed by following the simple rules." Here Is the prescription Go to anf active drutr store and eet a bottle ot Bon-Opto tablets. Drop ono Bon-Opto tablet In Vt. Klasa of and aliow to dissolve. wifh this liquid, bathe the oyes two to four tfmcs dally. You shoum nutio- eyes clear up perceptibly1, right from tho utart imd Innammatldn will qiiickly ais- appenr. 7f your eyes aro bothering you, own a Httle, take steps to "arc them now before it is too late. Many' hopelessly blind tnicht have boen saved ff they had cared for their eyes in time. Valmaa Drug: Co., of Toronto, will till, the above prescription by mail, If your druggist cannot: City Phyiieiwi to who abore Kt n very f OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, wii'n opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such sn education In thrift and saving pr'ova tnvaluabla In later life. LETHIRIOQE BRANCH OR. TINNING, Mjnigcr OP A MY LAKE BRANCH H, E. 3HANDS, Manager ;