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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HEftALD 29, ;letbbrfbge Hlberta WE'C'KLY Eugortft LignantI .Mi88. Mabel fidwanle BubsK.-tptlon Ratal: per i Dally, -per year DaUjVitiyiniail, peryear mail, per year lOo TELfePHONESiV Business Editorial Otilce W. A. Buchanan irector 3382 1224 John Torranct Business Manager Your King and Country ncftd you right' now! AROUND THE CIRCLE 'OF THE WAR The French bare succeeded in driv- f ing the Germans out of part of the f village of." Cumieres and the trenches that surround-it. German'attacks on. [other points on the Verdun front hare f been repulsed. The violent nghtiMg. fjilong the whole line continues but JTJFitti little change in Uie situation. Two new offensives are 'confidently [expected to start shortly, by Uie Germans in northern Russia Trith a and sea attack'on Riga, and one 1 by the allies far to the south in -with the object of eliminating once Eiid for all the Turks and Bui {gars as factors in the war. The United States has sent its note to Britain on the interference "with neutral mails and the note is couched in strong terms. The seie refers to ihe "onerous and vexations abuse" .of j the rights of neutrals. Gen. Gallienl, who was military gor- ernor of Paris when the Gerntani cams so close to the gates of that city in the summer of 1914, is dead. StETHBRIDGE BIDS 1000 SOLDIERS FAREWELL During the two days just pait bridge has said "FareweM" to orer 1000 soldiers of the king, j the Gist-Battery and -of the Hltt- f Highlanders: They are bound -for Ca- nadian training camps, are unlike- ly to return here before going across the water to the fighting zone. Lethbridge is justly proud of two units. They bridge forces, and number in their ranks the Bower'oi'The young mem'ol the city. The 61st Battery, gade, is the third complete battery to be recruited and leave fram this point A Macleod man and a capable and popular officer. Gapt, C. H. Collinson, is in command, and we are only repeating .what everyone i knows when we say our confidence in i the 61st Battery is not misplaced. will give a good account .of I themselves when, they up'on the enemy in. tha irar The Highlanders are LetnbrliJge's i first infantry battalion, and as sdch j hold a particular place In oar I thoughts. They have been [now for over flixmocths and go into camp almost full strength. LJeut-CoL i Pryce-Jcmes.has gathered line I body of and he has; associated I -with him a very capable .staff of dfft- j cerg, practically half ot them. reUrans I ot other wars. The Lethbridga High- I landers will be watched with Interest f and we have no doubt they will come i. home when the 'war Is "over with name and fame quite equal to that 1 earned on'the field by the-Fighting 1 Tenth and the Slit, both. -'K.of which include a lafgwnombW of Lethbridge boys. The removal of these two units at one time brings home for- cibly than any event Jrast i magnitude of the war. w4H be absent ones in many, hornet' hitherto j tmbrokes, hut -the satfsfac- i lion of knowing that Lethbridge .ii, df> ing her duty to the Empire in a- raan- Her of which we can be proud. The Herald bf'ftie people of Lethbridge in bidding Total As. Colonel Alii eon, bvfore the Da- vidson commission, not remem- ber whether he put the he got from the Colt's company, ia his veat pocket or In the bank, It to Just sible he used the other for to waiters. In addition to this, Mr. Yoakum tnrore thst he paid Colonel "as he had been to consider- able expense." This was prior to Y oa- kum's, first visit to Ottawa, and lung before the. contracts were secured. Of course, the- money was not all divided, up 011 the epoL .But it is be- lli S paid at the rate of 40 cents per fuie. The payments ttr'date: Edwards, on a ahafo. Ugnsnti, 18600 on a shaH- Colonel MeBaln, on a share. Major Stephens, S12S9 on a ttO.QOG share. As Mr. Cadwell thinks he has a pretty' good contract, and deliveries are coming faster, there Is a fair chance that all participants in the benefits will be able to pull through 'the .commercial depression brought on brittle war." Who's Who JasL a word as to who the various beneficiaries are. Mies Edwards Colonel" J. Wesley Allison's secretarj and ---hit sister-in-law; Signer Lignant the musician made famous by th iyte charges, and it might be notei that tie was the amount men tioned by Mr. Kyte as the piccolo flute player's portion. Colonel Me Bain came Into the public eye in con aectioa with the purchase of lands a Valcartier camp. He was also one o the .recaption committee to meet Si Sam; Hughes. on his return from Bug land. ..Major Stephens is a Jlontrea man. No. reason why he brought out in the examination. 'Even Ottawa la Shocked The glfb statements of Benjamin Franklin.' Yoakum have -shocked even political Ottawa, that community so hardened by railroajd steals and pollti cal robbery that almost any kind of a deal pMies'as part of the day's work The facts that stick oat in the day's evidence BO sharply that they pierce eraa 'thick' political hides are largely as follows: John Wesley Allison, the The New York war crltl says that the French are niariufactur ing shells of all calibres at the rat of a day, but lu two (lava In Loos and Chaiapagn they used up nearly two millions That loeana eight days' manufacture In one day. It that Is thIberta legislature presented Major ,owery, M.P.P., of the 151st Regiment vlth a revolver. Campbellford endorsed a by-taw to oan the Northumberland Paper Electric Co., to rebuild, fol- cwing a recent fire. The War Office has cabled to the iinister of Militia asking for fifty lining engineers from Canada to en- ist for special services. H. H. Dewart. K.C., prominent Toron- o lawyer, will be chief counsel for Thos. Kelly, the contractor, when he omes up for trial at Winnipeg. Elizabeth Ganeard, whose' clothing caught fire while she was burning old For the Weary Wife and Mother, after the Winter struggle with poor food and poor service, there is no boon like Shredded Wheat Biscuit. It is ready- cooked and ready-to-serve. The food that supplies all the strength-giving nutriment needed for a half-day's work. For breakfast with milk or cream. Eat it for luncheon with berries or other fruit. FRUIT, THE GREAT IN EAST AFRICA London, May British official communication, dealing with the siU ufttlon in' Enst Africa, made public says: i'Tolegraphtng May 25, Lknil.-Gen. Sinuts reports his troops have occu- pied the .following localities without opposition: "Ruwaw Lager, .on the Fanagnn. miles south of ihe Ktihe rail- way station on Uie fsmnbaru mil way; on the same railway, 20 miles south of Kalie; and Ngulu, In the'Ngulu Pass, betweenthe '.north- ern and central pa'i'emomitain groups, three miles southeast of Lembeui. "In the litingl area, whore the enemy suffered a severe check May ft and May 11, there are reports oE renewed hostile activity. The Ger- miui foj'ces In Ruanda ara in retreat before the .converging Belgian col- umns, which hold Kiagalii, Nylansa, etc." "Uncovenantit Bodies" (Toronto The Methodist and Congregationa churches and three-fifths of the communicants in the Presbyterian church have voted for organic union of the three bodies. A meagre two- fifths of the members in the nanied denomination block a move- ment designed to lessen materially the cleavages in Canadian Christian- ity, to eliminate much wasteful dup- lication of and to increase en- ormously the combined efficiency of the evangelical church in the home and foreign mission fields. It is rec- ognized that the task of Canadianiiilng the foreign-born population of the Do- miniote can scarcely be overtaken without united action of the char- acter which the proposed amalgama- tion would To those in favor of union the per- sistence of a small minority in block- ing a great national church union is ia accord with the ecclesiastical his- tory of the'Scottish' race., which Rob- ert Louts Stevenson called the most perverse and melancholy "in man's an- nals. AS he said; "we. are wonderful patient haters for coasclence' sake up ____ here in .the'North." The Genera! papers in the yard of her aunt, Mrs. I Assemblies of the Established and Thornton, at Niagara-on-the-Lake, churches from the injuries. Damages was caused bj fire which gutted the summer _resi dence of W. Sputham at Port Nel- son, Ont. Tlie house had just been Baillie of Toronto. A company of bank clerks has been authorized to..pe raised by.Lieut.-Cbl. Scob'oll in the'3rd. iltlitary District for the 235th; (Northumberland) Batta lion. i OrilHa ratepayers overwhelmingly defeated bylaws for the handing over of the'town's'electric power franchise and equity in a dam on the Severn to the Provincial Hydro Commission. Claiming that too many young, eli- gible men are employed in the muni tion factories as Inspectors, the'Pub- licity Committee of the .Recruiting league decided ask the executive to forward a complaint Rev. R.'E. Large, of Charlton Ave. Methodist church, Hamilton, has ac- cepted an Invitation to iMcLeod Street Church, P.-M. Wootton, of Gait, will at Hamilton. The changes 'occur bi 1917. Bob Cook, the Orangeville man who achieved considerable notoriety some years ago and. who recently was want- ed for deserting from the Guelph Bat- talion and assaulting an officer. Is a member of the'45tti Battalion, In train- ing in Dolly Simpson, alias Mrs. Thibanlt, died at Peterboro as a result of self- administered carbolic acid. The house liad been raided and on the plea of dressing to go to the cells she entered a room, took poison, and died an hour after. A proposal has been made to estab- lish in each of the capital towns of Australia, an .electric steel furnace for making cast steel out of scrap iron, an industry of to.the commonwealth. The furnace Is a Swe- dish patent. -Major Pitcher, whose death in ac- tion was announced.last 'ormerly manager of the Sher- brooke Railway and .Power company. was born In England thirty-six antlt with their A' graceless years ago, hut had lived' In Canada 'means of who on return .wenty-four years., The funeral took place at Owen Sound of Capt. Edwin Dunn, well known on all the Canadian inland waterways. He was'for several years n command of the Dominion govern- ment fisheries protection service steamers. Miller, a soldier, was sen- ..esoed at COriiwall to twenty-three months for making a -false statement n enlisting with the, 154th Overseas Battalion as a married man, and mak- ng over his allowance to a woman as ils wife. Announcement fs made f.hat on June _3 the Canadian government railways will Inaugurate a passenger train em between Quebec city anil Wlnnl- >eg. Trains will leave Quebec every Tuesday, Thursday and 'Saturday, and rjll make the run to Winnipeg direct n 49 hours. .Formal announcement thut a com- misBlon of judges would be appointed f prohibition passes in 'B. CJ., to go In- o the whole question of compensation o those whose interests suffer, 'was made by Premier Bowser on second reading of tiie bill which the people are to vote upotk in halls, on either side of High Street. Edinburgh, and "they can hear each other singing psalms across the s street between them in space, but a shadow between them in principle, and yet there tbev sit enchanted and "in damnatory accents pray for each others' growth in grace It would ba well if there were no more than tfto, but the sects In Scotland form a large family ot sisters chalk lines are thick ly run through the midst of .many, private homes Stevenson proceeds Edinburgh is a. city of as though it were a place of oilgnmage You will see four withir a stone-cast at the head of the West Bow! .Some are crowded to the doors; some are empty like monuments; yet you will ever find new ones in .the building. Hence that surprising clamor of. church bells that suddenly. the Sabbath morning, .from Trinity .'and'' the sea- skirts to Monaingside on the borders of the hills. I have, heard the chimes of Oxford playing their symphony in a autumn morning, and beauti- ful it was to hear. But in Edinburgh manner of loud bells join, or rather disjolu, iu one swelling, brutaLbabble- ment of noise. Now one overtakes another, and now lags behirids; now five or six all strike on the pained tympanum at the same punctual In- staat of time, and make together a dismal chord of discord, and now 'for a second all seem to have conspired to hold their peace." In his conception there are not many uproars in this world more dis mal than that of the Sabbath bells in Edinburgh, "a ecclesiastical tocsin; of .incongruous o: thodbxiea, calling on every separate conventicler to put up a protest, each in his own synagogue, against 'right hand extremes and left-hand defec- tions.' And surely, says Stevenson, there are few worse extremes than this extremity of zeal and few more deplorable defections than "this dis loyalty to-Christian love." He won- ders why, people, who think almost exactly the same thoughts about, re- iigion, cannot condescend-to-worship God under the same iroof. remintiedvof the much man who found no. satisfaction in the religious exercises of Jag bonne repaired with pleasant antic- ipations to his "ane An', man It was a joy to me The pu'pit an' the pews to see, The pennies in the plate, The elders lookin' on in'stale, Pleased as I was, I'm no -deny in' Some ntaitters were not edify For first 1 here was Mere hymn-books cockin' in A humanized abomination, Unfit for any congregation. As the service proceeded he took umbrage ut the new precoator's style, the prayer was not what he expected, and his drooping spirits did not re- cover until the Meenister "willed a nmist judeecious ami "swoopt wl a .skirl on a' defections." There is the'impdrtant thing. Let all defec- tions and minor differeuces in forms of.worship 'be.magnified and the .em- phasis placed upon non-essentials. Let there be no'Aaverln' with "Methodies" or other "uncoVe'n.antit" bodies and strahge religions. JAMAICANS ARE Kingston." Jamaica, May aica-as continue'to pour steadily into Uie recruiting camp here to forrii con- tingents, who hope to help the Mother- land "-and h'er Allies in the great war. A big1 Influx ol men of fighting age from the Bahamas was seen at the recruiting camp on Friday. Hundreds also'are coming from Honduras to en- list. Healing Powers o( Fruit Proved fiy "Frult-a-tlves" Tho simple juices or apples, oranges, figs and prunes, when transformed into Tmit-a-tives' will relievo diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Skin, The truth of this.statemeht has been proved in> thousands of cases ol Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Constipation, Kidney mid Bladder Troubles, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Chronic Headaches. The enormous sales of are the best proofe of the value of thisfmii medicine. 60c. a boi, (i for. trial size 25o. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-o-tives Limited, Ottawa. ALLIES MAY START OFFENSIVE IN EAST Rome, -May terrific smash wirhin :L few weeks, aimed at elimin- ating tho Turks and Bulgiirs from the r. wilt he the allies1 first great siro'ke for peace. This is reported in general today. Allied attacks from Saloniki and in Mesopotamia will be followed by a tremendous offensive against thu Austro-Germans in ah attempt to win the war Before ,winter. British, Serbian''and Italian forces arc reported concentrated at. Salor- iki awaiting to strike against the Bui-' gars and Germans in southern Ser- bia. Meanwhile the Russians are press- ng on toward Baghdad, driving back the Turks. The public continues to watch with confidence the official statements re- garding the situation on the Trentino 'ront. It' is, now reported that tho 'irst Itulian; .reverses were due to a shortage of- heavy cannon to cope with the big" Austrian guns. The French are said to have come to tho rescue with artillery. RUSSIANS WIN IMPORTANT SUCCESS r Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An area (of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from to for farm lands with ample landa from down, balance within twenty years. In irri- gation districts loan for farm build- Inga, up to also repayable in twenty only 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in full at any time..Here is' your opportunity to In- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your as neighbors. For Literature and tlculars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Landi, Desk Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, WILSON A tKEITH, Local Agthttr fttMrleek Building, By-crossing the Persian border into Turkey, south of Lake tlrumiah ami Rowandiz region, the Russians have gained ah important suc- cess which may cause" the retireuiEr.l of the Turks frbnv the Sehna; Map shows IKo advances receutij made by our ai.Ue.3 Inspected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD SWE'ET AND PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED HARVESTED Our monthly ratu art lo reasonable thit no houie- kteper can afford .to .'without oiir Ice. 'Delivered daily (except to parti of the' city. PHONE 1163 Western Transfer Co.. Ltd. ;