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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1016 iletbbrfbge Deraib Hlbcrta i DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rattt: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year vk Daily, by mall, per.year........I! r Weekly, by mail, per t, TELEPHONES 1 Business Office 1252 Office 1334 John TorranM Business Manager W. A. Buchanan Managing Director Your King and Country need you right now! p- ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR ;_ "What will Greece do? The whole world is watching her closely, for now (-that the Bulgarians have crossed her borders in hostile array, and the al t lies, reinforced by the Serbian army are preparing for offensive, or defen EITU. at, the case may be. at SalonHd the Greeks are being forced into a p corner, and action favorable to one or t the other of the greaf belligerents must be taken by her government very soon. King Constantine. though luiown to be personally favorable to the central powers, would scarcely risk his crown to act against the out- j spoken wishes of his people who are j overwhelmingly favorable to the al- i lies, and only waiting the word to I spring at the throats of the Bulgar- ians, their long standing enemy. Fresh German troops have made at- tacks at Verdun, is aa indica- tion that Germany is still throwing her best forces into this futile fight The French great hare but pulsed most of the attacks, but the i Germans have gained a slight foot- ing in some directions. The Canadian losses thus far In the war are reported to total over i LETHBRIDGE'S [.METHODIST GUESTS U 'was in the early sixties when Methodism first unfurled the benner 1 of its cause in the territory now Alberta. At. first .flu mis- sionaries were engaged in work t amongst the Indians, and up until 1883 the only ministers stationed in the settlements of the whites were ;those at Macleod and Edmonton. However, the missionaries Mnt to -tfi Indians had provided services for th few settlers or traders prior to tba tfine. Today the Methodlat chnrc has nearly two hundred and flfty.st lions In the province, and one.of th districts of the conference Is to charges in the great Peace country. Methodism has kept pace with th advance of population in the province. It has followed the now settler an carried Its message into log cal In and the first school in maay -frontier district Today It has over members in Alberta, and at th conference of 1915 it- was that the-church In this province haj raised for all purposes nearly It will thus be recognized that tfai 'Methodist people in-Alberta arernu 'merous and liberal In their givingi. The Alberta conference -Is meeting in .Lethbridge for the-first timv u opulQ, the airman. It is wld there will be a shortage of bujhels of Brain In Ameri- ca ttuVyear over what was produced ut year. If that proves to be true, he Southern Alberta farmer will kely vet the biggest price he ever btained .for his grain. In the mean- ;me don't figure too much on it. The speaker of the B. C. legislature Howed the session to proceed half an our over the adjournment hpur. It as during the debate on the prohibi- on bill. He said he didn't see the ick. Probably after prohibition goes nto effect the time will be more asily distinguished by many people. when it left the-shores of Argentina. "The Canadian boys have made Sara- toga chips so famous that they are always in demand, and the craze for chips has so spread throughout the country that all the eating houses mve now had to, have their windows repainted with the one word 'Chips' across the window as a drawing this officer relates. Let the slogan of the recruiter henceforth be: "Join the Canucks in the trenches and get a square meal." Some newspapers attempt to make out that the victory of the Gouin gov- Johu McDonald, a wall known oH, Ont.. coiUracLor. IB dead Rev. Edwin Smith, of Tlllsonbur Ont., Is going to join the navy. Alex McRao.' of Canton, died .In Calgary hospital, Blias Bowes, a reeve of Ma inosa, Ont., is dead. Aid. David Martin of Guetpli lia enlisted .13 quartermaster sergeant o the 153rd'Battalion. Mrs. Robt. Ness, mother of an Ness, of. Do Wlnton, Alberta, died a Hbwick, Que. The T. Eaton Co. will build a tie 12 storey factory in Toronto to.coi Rev. J. B. Warnicker, after six year service, resigns the pastorate of t First Baptist church, Victoria B. C. Rev. E. A. 1-angfelrtt, late of Orillla )nt., is now Anglican rector at Nort] Battloford, Sask. Mount Allison (N.B.) university con erred--the'-, degree of upon Rev !co. Steel, superintendent of Metho ist 'Missions in the Maritime provln j ces. i The first year's operations of the Sault Ste. Marie municipal electric light department produced a surplui of and the council will lower the rates. Phillip Maurice, one the most prominent Brantford members of the Social Democratic party of Canada has enlisted with the 216th Bantam Battalion. Rev. H. A. Graham, pastor of the Centennial Methodist church, London, Ont., has been called to succeed Rev. Henry Ferguson, pastor of the Lincoln Road Methodist church, Walkerville. O. R. Burns, C.P.R. agent at St. Mary's, Ont., lias been promoted to the position of assistant divisional freight agent of the Eastern Dir.iEion, a new office on that division. Mr, Burns will reside in Montreal, Lieutfl H. O. Boyd of the 10th South Lancashire regiment, killed in action, n Mesopotamia, was a son of Dr. H. D.tEpyd, Bobcaygeon, Ont. At the-but- >reak of the-.war he was a clerk in the Bank at London, Ont, Brig.Gen. JSir Newton' Moore, who s now commanding Australia: ioldiers in England, was the firs Albert is such JriendlyA tobacco that it just makas a man sorry he didn't get wind of this pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his life I And P. A. can't bite or parch I That's cut out by the patented process by which it is Prince Albert has always without coupons or preruiuiiis.: prefer to give quality I Get on the know howl' I Ask your dealer for Prince Albert. If he cannot supply you, ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. Quick as you can, understand yourseJf how much you'll like the international joy smoke It stands 'to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over the world prefer P. A. that it must have .all the qualities to satisfy your fondest Men, get us right on Prince Albert 1 We tell "x, this tobacco will prove better than you can figure out, it's so chummy and 5 _ fragrant and inviting all the time. Just realize that you can smoke all you want without a comeback! Prince Albert it told throughout Canada, gen- erally, in the tidy red tin, also in pound and half-pound J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY U.S.A. white. ;mac_on the famous Coolgardii ernmient ,in Quebec due to thelSnto _ goldfleld, drove the first staki where ten years late fact: that "the prejudices and passions of the people had been aroused on the bilingual question. The Montreal Gazette, the leading Conservative newspaper in Quebec, does not tafee that but on the other hand points out that the Liberals hold near- y every English seat in the province. The Montreal Star, a supporter of the .he Dominion Conservatives, says: "The province of Quebec has newed Its expression of confidence in he Gouin government 'in a most itrlklng and flattering fashion. So :omplete a mandate to a government ould not be-secured iu this or any. ither province without a pretty gen- eral obliteration of party lines. Que- had a Ions and painful xperience in annual deficits and in iling up the prize provincial debt of he a hearty welcome or a business administration; and the arty squabbles which cost so early in the.past, have been forgot- en.'r SUNK A TRANSPORT Rome, vla; Paris, .May large ransport steamer was torpedoed and unk by an Italian worship in the Aus- the -big: city "of Calgoorlie quietly sprang up. .'..-j After serving for some months in the trenches as commanding officer-o the Royal Canadian Dragoons Lieut Col. George one o] Calgary's best-known officers on ac live service, lias -been recalled to Eng land for a higher post, and is to he given the command of another 'bat- talion.' After having -been -broken and split into drsfts, its officers taken from it and other ones '.appointed, 56th battalion, of Calgary, go to the front as a the news from the old land has teen such lately that the opinion is held- 'by Calgary military officials that it is the intention of the authorities to send to the firing lino an entire Calgary brigade ,under the command of Brigadier-General W. Naamyth. The Alberta department, of agricul re has purchased purpose Shorthorn bull, to head their lerd at This bull was bred in the herd of the late 'Lord Roths- child at Tring, England, which is one trian harbor of Trieste, on the night jot the greatest dual purpose herds in May 28, it was officially announced oday. 'Mrs. .A. H. Povah, the .only daughter Aura) of the late Principal Sparling, Vesley College, Winnipeg, died after long illneta. England, fetching at the diaperaion sale totalling The de partment has aisp purchased King Segis Pontiac Alcartra XI, a >oungr Holstein bull, from John Arfmanh, MIddleton, sire sold for Washington, May 30. Close friends of Justice Charles E. Hughes, convinced that he is to be the fully lican presidential nominee, .will en- deavor to influence him to reiiign from the bench 'conven- tion assembles and to- ahnouhc'e his candidacy. They assert that If he would ;do so the light -would be over. -The Hughes sentiment, they claim, is spreading like7 wildfire :lirough. the southern delegates and the Justice followers in. every sUte delegation. So far .Mr. Hughes ppsf- ;ively .has refused to discuss politics, even with judicial associates. Senators who stuck by the Republi- can party in the last national cam- paign are 'a unit in believing that the nomination of Justice Hughes Is as at Chicago as- is the re.nomi- President Wilson, at St. Louis a week later. Assail Foreign Policy They are devoting most of their at- ention to. questions of platform and everal prospective planks already have been framed. The entire inter- national policy of the administration .1 so is to be handled without gloves. In order. that no time ehallsbe un- lecessarily .wasted there is a growing isposition among Republican leaders ere to. have the temporary organiM- ion at Chicago. made permanent, with lenatqr W. G.- Harding, of Ohio, u emporary and permanent 'Chairman platform Is concerned. Even the "dyed-in-the-wool" high tariff protec- tion, leaders' admit that the platform strongly progressive senti- ments. Heavy Fighting Zones That'the Republicans recognize that the heavy fighting be centered In the middle western states and the Pa clflc coast is shown b> the announce ment that three and possibly four national headquarters will be opened in-New York; Chicago, Portland, Ore. and-probably in this eitj -The Democratic convention Is peeled to the most prominent in of .the party. Former Gov- ernor Martin of New York, will make the keynote speech as tem jorary chairman, while Speaker Champ Clark, will be the permanent ihairman. Although the names of of Ro- ger Sullivan, of Illinois, may bp aug gested for the vice-presidential riomi- latioh, and possibly that of Jos. of, it already is .onceded that the'ticket will be Wil- on and Marshall. The president will 'O.K." the platform and, so far as the Actual.routine is concerned, the con- could .complete its program n'. one day delegates and lead- ers -felt'flo .inclined. might- permit the convention caching the business of nominations ate on Thursday. It is not believed that there will be ny -great difficulty in reconciliatlng the various elements, so far as the Rev. John Pringle, Just returned om a year in the trenches as a chap- in with the .Canadian forces, says: "It may be a surprise for you to earn that the death rate from dis- in the trenches is far lower than th9 city of Toronto. The death :e in thU city Is three per cent., and the trenches about one per cent, he garbage and refuse is destroyed ght in the trenches by the large in- nerators 'established there, and as u limitation the bo'ra ani taken care of there than If they back In Canada." Any young man who has been hold- g back with the fear he might con- act fever In trenches fehould urry away to the recruiting offloe and ilist. The excuse no longer counts. A returned Canadian officer tells of eing a Canadian soldier at the front Prance carefully cooking himself succulent looking beefsteak over fall ke fire-in .the dug-out The steak ad come frozen in carcass from 'iliillUIIIIIJnilKMIIl That early morning dose of ENO'S FRUIT SALT responsible for many a man's good health and business efficiency, A spoonful in a glass of water before Jbreakfast .'means a clear brain for-clear A thinking1, hearty appetite and a digestion. It not only mates but faefis you it is a natural Try ENQ'S for a few mornings and notice how mtJch bettef you invigorated as a of purifying, cleansing proper- there is only one "FRUIT Don't U'per- to bay worthless imitations. Get your pniggtsi's. J. C BVO, Ui, MABOU F. irrcM 4 ro. uiimn 1NKS CITIZENS FUNERAL OF HILL St. Paul, May funeral ol! J. J. Hill will be held at his home at 2 Wednesday. Announcement of funeral arrangements was .contained in a statement- issued by the family at 4 p.m. today. The public will', not have an oppor- tunity formally'to'pay the leading citi_zeri of the northwest, but MrV Hill's associates and the faith- ful employees will' be admitted to the house to view the body'before the funeral services Plans are under .way for the organization-'6f three .more Eng- lish speaking battalions in the Mon treal division for overseas service. e woiEianivlw simply orders'coffee deserves1-----. "wttafever oefs Ike wotnatt ivdo orders BRAND MILITARY CHOSS A newly established decoration for distinguished conduct of officers in actions This has been won by Lieut. Jack Man waring, fonnor secretary of the Lethbridge 'board of trade, who U now fighting at the. front with a Bnl- regiment Lieut, Manwarinj compIlBtied valuable rk woder flw, to the citiiens of Lethbridge for the many kindnesses shown to the llSth Highlanders aie ex pfeised in a letter from Lieut Col Pryce-Jooes to the' mayor and read at city council meeting Monday The loiter follows Mr Mayor. Upon the eve of departure for Camp I desire, in the name of all officers, non-commissioned of- ficers and men of the Lethbridge Highlanders, to., thank you, and through you, the citizens of Leth- bridge for. the many kindnesses ex- tended, and'for-the generous support jiyen to us during the 'time we have je'en quartered here It w.ll be our privilege to umy the name of Lethbridge us wheiever we may be ordered to and I am satis led that when the members of this jattalloh are called upon to play- their part in this war, the'honor and fair name of-your city will be safe in their hands Yours .very truly, (Sgd A W PRYCK-JONES In 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground for Perco- lators. 168 Of CANADA Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque ,There Is a decided ad- vantage In depositing your housekeeping money In the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk of keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, When cashed, become! a Receipt. t O, ft. flNNING, Manager H. E. Allnj Manjiger LlTHiRIOOE BRANCH OPAMY LAKE iRANCH ;