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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Brandon, Manitoba
Toronto pm practical will Able Bod Oduh Enate Teot Toronto june 17�?ora significant signs of a he Progre Awo men have been making during the last few years towards a broadening Umi deepening of their Power was amply demonstrated at a great meeting in Massey Hall. The auditorium was fled with women while on the Piatt pm were representatives of nearly All the women a organisations in the Eity and Many National bodies. U Rol. Williams spoke of the need of some form of registration. Such a Large crowd of women coming together to express their gratitude for those who have so nobly upheld the Best traditions of the Empire showed him that women were As willing to help As in Days of old when women sacrificed their hair in order to make it possible to gain victories. The Day is past when a Man would hide behind a skirt he related that lady Hendrie had told her husband that when she went to buy a pair of boots there were six or when women could have As easily done the work. These were instances where women could protest. Leu tool Mulloy gave a rousing patriotic address in which he traced he reasons Why we enjoy our great a we i he i the term a meet Tea of Industry an that a a 2 the Senit Fli for ree Notts Tesh posing Greet burdens on a amp learn i Mon Rectra Tutag but tetons end Weatt far few and Money which dwt he Dhir few ish fes tsp Futomi la Lyl a s Mia a i a is m so Long Iso Olmi fell iwo enlisted and Flitt a a 3 therefore there la a general feeling of confusion and discouragement i the Community. 44 therefore be it resolved that me Aie a i of Toronto do Call upon the Dominion government to Register a my age and to give badges to an Otoe who Are required at Home for the essential inn styles of the Natl ii including women and those who Are medically unfit Rad further to a fest or Alt sources of a a tonal wealth including the services eight sates a about a women to to Toie whole nation May be org atsed to do of share in the great struggle for Justice and tny Edoin w heroism of canadians a not with win of funeral Mandi should we mourn those of our dear Liberty. At Kingston where he is an Ltd who have fall Ali a a declared mrs. Instructor in the r. A. He fre plump tre the last speaker of the Quentlyn puts this question to his class of Young men a by what right do twelve million people of Canada and Australia have one eighth of the evening a but with something of the spirit that our Brave ones displayed a that spirit of the troops. Let us take the Chi Ery of of the Andes Rad the habitable surface of the Globe and a Brave words of the Young lieutenant sixteen Hundred millions have the in his death agony to his soldiers other seven eighths a when we Are conscious of this great Blessing we realize that our country is Worth fighting for. We Are in this War to save ourselves. Women a emergency corps the formation of the women a emergency corps was explained by mrs. Willoughby Cummings who Aid it was intended to carry on m educational Camp amp Ign and also to Igister women willing to do the Vork being done by an eligible miliary Man. So far 300 women have registered for All sorts of work Telegraph operators Hank positions tailoring office cleaning postmen and munition work. But the employed does not want the woman worker. Or. Griffiths of the munition department at Ottawa has Given out lie information that women will be employed As munition inspectors also that 4,000 women Rould soon be called to work in munition factories. The time has arrived to Point out to employers that women Are Able and willing to work and release men for military service. Mrs. Cummings then moved the following Resolution. A whereas the Call for 500,000 men 1mm Canada to serve with the colors of the Empire must result in a shortage of the male lab or in the Dominion and whereas the Call to patriotic service comes As insistently to women As to men. Thereto re be it resolved that we the women of Toronto hereby pledge ourselves to do our utmost by our influence and personal service to set free every Man eligible tor enlistment and that copies of this Resolution be forwarded immediately to the Dominion and provincial governments to the City Council of Toronto and retail merchants association and to trades and labor Council and to any other bodies whom it May concern and be personally presented by a Delegate to the Dominion manufacturers association in session in work of women mrs. A. Huestis spoke to the a solution. Women of Canada in the past Twenty two months have done marvels in red Cross work and soldiers comforts but they would go further and do anything that Harould help to win the War. Canadian women were eager and As capable As their English Sisters if they get the Opportunity to show their capabilities. Mrs. Campbell Meyers proposed that the deputation to go to Hamilton should consist of mrs. Willoughby Cummings mrs Pluff Nutre and mrs. A. Huestis. The chairman remarked that in his opinion it was much better that women take our menus places than alien men be brought in to 011 the vacancies. He hoped that women workers would also get a woman a value. Here the great audience Sang with impressive Fervour a Onward Christian quite the most Brilliant address Given by a woman in Toronto was that of miss Constance due ruin who Felt that the time had come to co ordinate All work. The women of awol us and new zealand were solidly behind their governments fix having Universal military a carry on these Are trying Days that car for courage and fortitude and we must not she then asked that the following Resolution be passed standing a a whereas our hearts Are once More stirred Karl bin us by the heroism of the men who have fought for us by sea air and land and More especially by the Gallant deeds of our own Canadian soldiers Many of whom have Laid Down their lives tor our Sakes therefore we the women of Toronto now desire to record our undying gratitude to our Brave men together with our sympathy for the mourners the wounded Rad the prisoners and do hereby pledge ourselves to do a al in Dur Power to secure Victory for the cause which they have served so gallantly As the Best proof of our gratitude and As an encouragement to our men amidst the dangers and hardships of War and that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the minister of militia with a request that it should be transmitted to general Byng in command of the Canadian ppm la. The old Caribou Trail j 9� the main line of the Canadian Pacific railway is a utile town crowd a my in Between the Thompson River a and the tracks of steel that Span a Wnent and a Dominion. 1 its time table name is Ashcroft the a Southern doorway of a famous British columbian Region known As the Cari a boo county. For nearly seven Hun dred Miles northward the route sex to cards for Long years one of the most a picturesque stage routes of the continent a route operated by the �?ob.x.,�?� an the British Columb express com i buy is to ealier known. For Many a i Long year the stages and freighters climbed the Bills and crept no rather galloped Down Grade on this unique thoroughfare ten eight horse freight a team and capacious stage coaches drawn by Ali pick of the stables. Bor today Fie automobile Las invaded this Mountain realm Rad there Are aim trial Lotta of what happened a Anil what was said when the Guggen Ibet Mer Copper Kings sent in the hit m w Quot a a Fly a a a it. Evv a. Jug Fey Ife Lerty 9this Chi tii tar fat Fejt a a a fee Imilsi cuts a a pwn amm is. Vow a we majority that to breaking awl a order to Rake. Wry i a Church that 11 not presbyterian in character so that or 6 a View. Stranger Esse than even the wee free . A. Ask motor oar and had a fight tor the us we 4 a i be Ptg a 4<k a a a la right of Why on a narrow hit of Road a Rich a huge freighter. It was a Bat tie Royal chiefly in the language of the Western Type thera a no railway in All Canada that offers a greater variety of human interest. Nature is revealed in an in unite variety of scenery As she exhibits her varied moods. Shacks of the old timers survive alongside of comfortable modern homesteads. Here a Semi arid Hill bears Only Sage Brush temm a a a it m a a she Low Fel Usis of Cert is gov n it. Its any r a a every mile is re no cent of the there an irrigation ditch has turned Gold rash of the a fifties when thous a desert into a Garden. Nearly is a ands of adventurers afflicted with Beautiful Stream opening into a series he narrow a a a lust tor Gold a Pene of lakes while a few Miles along the trate Tje wilderness from which few Way cascades leap from the upper j Mem Swa s a legend and tragedy Levels. Indian villages Ait Ernste with Ever emerged the White Man s town and the Orien abound in the tales of the old timers Tel looks out at you from his shop 83 the lonely and neglected Graves quid their pathetic note. Laundry or Cook place. It is p meet �?�1 Manitoban a casualty list Ottawa Jura t7.�?manitbha men in do the casualty lists missing capt. Henry Richardson Kin at Robin Man. Wounded corp. Ernest r. Harris Kin at Box 85, Macgregor Man. Pet. James Alexander Wood enlisted at Brandon on january 9th, 1915 next of Kin William Wood Brandon. Private Jaek Young enlisted at Brandon on dec. 82nd, 1914 Kin at Angus Viii Man , of the to that. Carl pm 4ouba m stretch of country in it Boroa. Flung gym that 1� a it quite like the car Tooh frail. Evidences abound in a told Mineral wealth. Forests clothe Manor n Hillside. Thriving farms Are a half of seated text Ned Timilia Mirao aes i in in Neuite Feii pwn. I favor with us the my ii i. i can-in.7,� Zzz. A a is a Ltd mfg of Chrtt composed a a their Suc Czmor. Do a a covenant of unto to 1876, Aad of such i no andfet5tetnlng Laid Bobof persons to alone the Hajj film al Quot la chosen to write themselves with . Kid we Dejah Boghm a constituted upon n the scriptures of that if we la Manta Unteg and i the old and new testaments As being ing the compact of 1275, on which this the word of Vlod on the Only Mufalli Church at present is sons minted be Hie Rale of Faith and manners upon i our vows eng Ste us to do take part in 1 b the Westminster confession of l a Dleon solos of the matter of said re Faith and the larger and Shorter i pert or in offering amendment there catechisms is its doctrinal standards. I to to Are at to be held Fea dissent a declaring hour that Phi Rich interprets i ing to the of Home Saem i the teaching of Sci pure of the Sev Hwy. Under let Onmi Sutlon to receive eral matters embraced in the Docu Jor consider said report. A meats Aad to Nipoa the recognised Felb wet Minster Church we nil principles and practice of presbyter pig. Sgd w. Leslie cosy. W. A. Ian churches us Laid Down generally i Stewart. A. Cunningham r. T. Fin the form of Church government i st cart a. Raiseh w. W. Prater d. And the directory for the put flt i ship of god a to its government , set Forth in the basis of. A a a appearing in Fertile pockets in the valleys a Large aggregate of business j Union lgt5 is transacted along the route and the a the my lathes met in this Ceu entire Region afford an Ideal and it unique route for the traveller who s engage exit and pow a of a get a new scenes Perien Ces. 4 boy scout news a meeting of the boy scout local association will be held on thursday evening in the Council chamber of the City Hall at 8 30 p. M., for the purpose of considering the necessary arrangements in connection with summer Canp for the boys. As the local association stands in exactly the same relationship to the troops As the school Board does to the schools it is essential that the Mem Ber make every Effort to attend these meetings. The Lack of interest evinced by members of late has been very discouraging to the scoutmaster and is hampering the Fuller developing of the Vork which at this time is a matter of vital importance. His Honor judge Cumberland has been pleased to Grant permission to raise a a a pack of cubs in. Accordance with the regulations Faid Down in the Manuel for the. Training of Wolf cubs. Pet. Samuel Henry Mcconnell Kin at assistant District commissioner h. C. Kelwood Man. Revive report austrian ruler crossed t trave our reports in Girner Frusciano a a ill i to Public Broadhurst has secured a competent instructor to take charge. The cubs wifi Parade in t he play ground at the rear of the perk school every monday evening at 7 00 p. Arrangements Are being made to secure suitable uni Toms. Further information Era be obtained from the instructor at the m on monday evenings. New York. June 19.�?a dispatch from London to the american says a the death of emperor Francis Joseph is again reported by a Neutral who has just returned from Vienna. A of a tra Raller further asserts that the by or Ltd Monarch has been shown to crowds on patriotic occasions. A the says he was presen when i Quot a a a Quot Quot a i no sane thinking person having Oie slightest knowledge Iff the boy scout movement Wood for a moment deny that the boy who lives up to the scout Laws is sure to be a brighter and better boy for having done so. But May ask whether of mods of the movement Are in reality possible of not Tamrat. This very question is aptly dealt with and a Mem convincing answer is found to Ira Hayes wonderful new War Hook a the first Hundred thou or. Hay found we a Woood knowledge of the composition of the officers. The movement has overcome Der so engagement to a faithfully to the doctrine of the Sall confession of Faith in their teaching i p. B to maintain and defend the gov Pioneer difficulties and has As Ern ment of the Church by sessions it. Private dmt.hi�, How cd t. Pm. M a a had not reaped the. Benefits of a boy eng to the intelligent citizens of the Semb Lea c to follow no decisive Lam Are a Niimi m course from the present order established in this Currii. 3. The elders met in this general Stoat training picked his Way to province As the highest kind of Organ wards the enemy a line in such a Man in Satin for the development of boy Ner As would indicate him an Adver life it a Acyl of taking As the basis of _ using agent for the approaching at Dis training the scout oath and build a Assembly have come under a solemn tack. A but two Hundred Yards to his ing thereon by obedience to the bout engagement Rad me under it a Faith right picking his i Way with Catlike jaw Ach scout is put upon his Honor t fully to adhere to the Westminster care a writes the author a was Pri play game and play it fair vate my Snape. He was the True scout in the dim Rad Distant Days a a Romish a Breed. Before the Call of the blood had swept Opp re Quot i him into Khaki he had been a boy �5111� More equal Tawekj scout of no mean repute. He was clean in person and courteous in Man net. He could be u but gift to deliver a message promptly. He could Light a fire in amp High wind with two matches and provide himself with a meal of sorts where another would have starved. He was truthful and amenable to discipline.58. A a v amp recur a tin plan sir e. L. Borden explains that present conference it Ottawa is of preliminary nature confession of of hath b to maintain and defend the government of the Church by sessions presbyteries synods and general assemblies. While they my a stars and elders Are free to withdraw from the Church if they Are so minded and thus get release front their vows they have no right to compel others to follow them and to is not competent for them individually or collectively i while in the Church to receive entertain Judy Weate or vote for the pro a Ottawa. June 17 a an important con a posed Baste of Union Between the con Ference Between Ontario and Federal Gregat ional methodist and presbyter the spirit of self denial has always been Manifest in boy scouts during times of peace but the manner ii which this Fligh and lofty Ideal has been Practised by scouts and scout troops store the beginning al the War the i is a matter worthy of particular note. One splendid example is Given by a Small troop in Willi Ainsburg a. B. Which is practically Village ten Miles from any Railroad station. The natives took place thursday j Ian churches As replacing our present Quot toward a More equitable sys standards which Are the charter of of recruiting whereby essential the Church. Is May be injured As Little As j 4. The making use of the status in by the training of men from a the Assembly anal other courts of the minion. The meeting was held Church which ministers Rad elders in the office of the prime minister j enjoy in virtue of their pm and there were present sir Robert gag ement to maintain and defend our Borden Hon. A. E. Kemp chairman courts As they Are to set aside the of a fur Chasin commit a a same Rad Especial the employment too ii i Iamele consist on jorjamesgriculturafracen5onatitution of 1875, hut fourteen scouts and a Leader. Not it Stoner Hon. Martin Burrell min f was adopted two Yeara later and which Bister of agriculture and . Was derived to make revolutionary f. A. Adana Deputy minister of la agricultural com j braced there was a demonstration before the Palace but the emperor did not step out and Bow from the Balcony Raj was his custom. Instead a chair was raised on which reclined the inane mate a a Rte Demott rotors Sims be Sci it a to the thick of the a get inc to what the scout Flanders. He Ives some won Swul boy or a set of Vety Long ago the Canadian general Council of the boy scout association sent an Appeal out for individual subscriptions of ten events each from the Canadian scouts toward a fund which sir Robert Baden Powell was raising to replace the boy scouts motor ambulance at the front and to. Provide tor the erection of Hec Fetten huts for of the Eppedi Ooary forces in France and Flanders. I this Trepp responded with a subset Ftp ton of Tea cents Eisch from the members the top tan Counell would have received �1.5�. But instead the Secretary received e Check for $15.20. This is Only one of Many examples of tax into will Lead a m we to a a a h. Abbott Secretary of to-fe-., Tario War committee outlined to pretends to Preo Erv i of Erato it those present the work being a tone by. Portly that body for the furtherance of re incapable of Femme cruising always taking into comidera-1 May unto Moet be tion the conservation of Margri cultural j 6. A pledge we it Van or the Gen labor and labor tor a essential Manu Era a Emily to los that Quot a ration a moping and a tuition factories. W of by. Abbott appealed for the Cut hip Mem Tom ration of the Federal Antho Ritto Long the declared. 1 Litiaho a by but the manual flee ration and memorial ceremony of the 1. O. O. F. Was held at the Brandon cemetery on sunday afternoon. The Day being a pm feet one a Tiarra number of Odds Alymra Rad i Reb Akabe were present to Aalst inh Perpetu Atira Ibe memories to drear Tell Brothers and Sisters. The Meta Ortolo service was held at the a club where after an address by in Daniels p. C. Pm a and prayer by Robt. Fortune w. G. R., formed Rad led Byl and Fortune the ceased members decorated with potted plants and Cut Flowers Rad a Short Eulogy of each we Given by brother Daniels As the Graves received their decorate is. Spe Cial mention was made at the grave a Ide of the late Buff her e. G. A Saweli i who Topeka part by lira i years memorial service and included Era after the procession circled Back to Moomow raid1� Odd. Rii. Are i in top by toe the need Argun Imore men Quot mss he fl7 shop Quot
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