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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DATI.V lIF.nALTJ PAGE NIKE jjBftifmm ifllSHtRllfEIB FWOTW "iii-v-iir........rir" UVESJW1EU5 (J. F. 11.- Uvesay, Canadian i press f With the'Canadian Forces, -Recommendations for the .Victoria include th.t of a sergeant IB a Saskatchewan haltaHon as "for most conspicuous gallantry lo duty during an attack made on the enemy's ppaltf' August 9 ling ott Hie corporal's arm. Hemtjt- Ing the body o! the driver, he' swing round the shattered car and brought H safely back to our-Hnes. FrenclvCaiMrliJn Valour A lieutenant of a celebrated French Canadian battalion, since dead. !s recommended for the Victoria Cross. reeumiiimiucu in tho following terms: "For the moat 1U -i__ alinnat superhuman .devotion to; duty during his V1. he exhibited the-samo spirit, carryingU enemv machine gun was tirlns at dose Lr 9, just after that days at- rftfft line. He.lm- L.ck had begun, his company', left mediately Erasped the situation ;and held? up by an-enemy-ma, "shedlor'Sd'about-200 yards ahead chine He ru.ned. nand ca flared UcMcd'the machine the gun, personally.killing two of the ii't killing the officer machine While doing tw as aS 3 lives of many He personally ne eiuiDuvu -j----. _- r I reccnnoitered me ground and organ- en after by snell lire. I _-orly ot two platoons and -two-More Instances. elralght for the macliino gun Another battalion, has the distlnc- '50 Germans and 15 ma- tloii of two recommendations tor.the hjno cu'iu .w'ore captured. The lieu Victoria Cross, A private, later .kill- papally killed live Germans ed-in action, .encountered on August nnll a.'second- time, S alter tie Ing'Eeperajed from his EOC- now in lho Bhoufder which ho had lion a ihachlne.gun nest in a wpodl dressed again refused to i'i.L' ...ncttiHpil.- firstl imtm a. erely wounded right arm, but iately organized and led. refused .to' desist. Shortly after party toward Ihojua.-After nrogresB- his llitoou-.in a.hrllliant charge in- about COO-yards he-was seriously k very strong point contain-wounded In llic nodomen. In spite of a verjr Wrong IUIM- ODIC Seven' other recommendations are IIUl 1.1 A cbrporaHn the'eame .battalion is MAOAliC HOSINA rOltll "I am writing you to tell you that I owe my life to 'Fruifc-a-tites1. Th'rt medicine relieved ine wbea I had given up hope of ever being .well. I wu terrible from fuffered for VMrs; >nd nothing I look any good; I about and IricA them. After luting .t fen> boxcit now entirely x'fl.'. You have my pernii5iion io publish Ihis lettex, I hope i> will persuade other sufferers from Dyspepsia tx> take'Fruit-a-lives' and get MADAJIE ROSINA FOISIZ.; "Fruit-a-titcs" is tho only medicine in the world made from fruit. SOc. hoi, 6 trial siie 23c. 'At all dealers or seit nostpiid on receipt of prid'e. by Fruit-i-tivea Limiled, Otta'wJL PROPORTIONAL REPRE- SENTAT10N IN GT. BRITAIN With the American Array ou the Vesle; Friday, Aug. American troops today car- 1 ried out another local advance In the same region where they Increase Uiulr holdings aloos the Vesle ou Thursday. Hand grenades aud flame throwera were used by the Germans In an at- tempt to check tfc attackers Tho London, Aug.- Theodore MOTORkSEN STRIKE Morrlsoa, member of the council of New on al India, advocates making German East' tranches of the Third Avenue Railway Africa an Indla'n colony. He dwells waa seriously attec'.cd todaj on the adrantaies that German Bast by a strike of 500 motormen and con Africa could ofler to hundreds of thou- sands of small cullivators. and also on its value as a field for the invest- ment of caplUl. He sugiests that public develop- ment work be wholly entrusted to In- diana.- He believes that the Indians are capable .of thinking out and ap- plying a policy of firm and sympa1 thetlc goTernment for the natives of German Africa. luctors. in an attempt to force recoe nltion of the uolou. niado In connection with ,the Eame A '-----------i-' j I nlaaO in LUliuuttlull (...v iccomiuended'lpf "Single-handed heroes of Courcelettes. Tost .-with, three 'hich was enfilading anadian Tiatlallon IltaClJillo feuuyi his c'ompany.'-kllllns. severjl pt -'i, .j. ff f. AND HALF u.s: n Amsterdam, bulletin is sued' by the physician attending tho German empress, who is reported to IB suffering from nervous depression at Wilh'elmshohe, three miles west o Cassel, in Hesse-Nassau, says: "The heart troubles from which In empress has suffered for years mus lave been temporarily been aggrava ,ed owing to the over-strain- Her nia iesly muat for the present keep com- pletely, quiet. Her health, however, ias so improved aa to give hope that with further care It will he restored." Wathinater.. Aug. total number of American 'soldiers em- 'barked passed the 000 mark, General March, chief of staff, announced today. Further Improvements in the shipping 'situation was noted and he.said the program of transpor- (atlng troopi to'France was ahead without change. There is no economy hi buying bulk tea when you io use so much more of it to get the same strength. Blue tea you can't buy "Just as good." PERUVIAN REVOLT. Lima. Peru. Aug. P. SamullLo, of tho Engineers' Corps of tho Peruvian army, has hcgun a revolt at the head of his regiment. The en- gineers arc said.to bo marching north- ward from Ancon, a suburb of Lima, to lluaclio. Loyal troops have beeit dispatched to give battle to the- revol- utionists. ECONOMIC MISSION TO SIBERIA Toklo, Aug. Is believed that Dai'uU TimeUru Jlcgata, former head of the Japanese economic mission to the United Slates, will head a similar commission which Japan will send to Siberia'. Officials expressed the hope that they would "je able to co-operate wilh American and British economic missions in the rehabilitation of Rus- sia. JOIN THE CZECHS. Amsterdam, Aug. D. O SI. C herbal chef f, former Russian com- mander on the Roumanian front, ant General V. Alcheremisolf. former com- mander on the Russian northern front. a Moscow dispatcli lo the Rhcnische Westpbaliau of Essen says, have accepted commands in the Czc- cho-Slovak army. eV m, -W.-whtiii alofie, encdunlered the batiery of 5.0 Inch guns In acton. Coliocllng three -roan of Ms Beclion he chargedrtho battery and captured the en'Uie crews --i? .the 'three guns, which .continued to fire point blank at them., until' the, four .men were on i 1 -Heroic. Act. A'corpVralj a 'gunner in, an armored moioriiichlne car.p'erformed an hero- lo in -which' ho: lost his life: -A? PA.lh car'talllng tfiree-of the crew and-, cu was the 22nd, recruited largely in Montreal. Oltawa, Borden arrived back ''in noon today. Borden, The Proportional nepreaentatio Society, wilh-head quarters in ,-Londo Eiigland, haa issued a statement Britain prospects for slill further advance- ment lit' the' early, future. The state- ment, in part, "This Idea of fairness in representa- tion is finding increasing acceptance. During the war the government haa found it necessary on- three ;s_eparate occasions to refer electoral aUtutional .problems to, the Speaker's conference, the. Irish contention and Lord Brj-ce's-.commit tee! Each was-made as .fairly .repre- sentative as possible oE all parties 'each had to consider what was Iho best method .of electing jepresenta live assembly; each reprfrled-In of proportional re'presenlalion' as, least a large factor in solving th proHem. There could be no greater Hon. Martin-'- Hon. Arthur Meighen, Speaker' -rihodas. dnd Major nd Captaih Kills of fierieral Uie militia. departmeoL. .boat o.n1 Robert 'crossed record, since the 'orttooHBheade the ?r: (t ip lA" the 'remarkable. five it QUID TOU risk a postage >stamp to more about coffee? ...___Iiow to How most famous cKefs? Coffe.-Perfectly- left Write for it ,i; MONTREAL: point p iJ aya n inefee'h Hbttri Al -'one tho 'life- st by hoatsS-plherelse the-crossing EVOTION excel lias urged ifs lo keep ahfeast of -discoveries' and improve- niectfl -ifith-C regard. to'- EMBALMINQ ahdiWe'Sre'ahle to perform tho dut V- Ib-'the delicacy entire IBM t r. ,wlth't rellnble firms 'hefore anvanco in jprlces. 'Xeijtherefore, arc In'a meet.tho reQUiremenU of lowesl prices, v v. Hetor.Equipmsnt MacKay MacKay ri i j'. "with'in" 'thirty, .minutes arriv- al' Sir' Robert 'presided 'over a meeting of the cabinet council. Immed- iately on leaving the railway station, the- prime '--ailnlsle'r -and- party, pro- ceeded to the .where all registered under the 'National KcglS; trallon Act. ,Slr Robert then went ol- roctly to.hla otticeS'Ib'the East- Block d .to'tho' council1 chambers. N-> Major General Mewb'urn and Hon. C. C. Ballantyne who accompanied Sir Robert acTOSsxtbe' Atlantic, did not ajor Geh- eiui ii ntic Port" for hli'home Hamilton. Mr. Ballaii tyno proceeded to' Montreal. He later will (AKe a" brief holiday- In St An- drew's, N. B. testimony to the soundness-; of th princlpiei'ithrch the-'sJcIetyJadTocite! and no greater assurance of -its ull mate triumph, "It Is, indeed, lho view, ot.the com mltte'e that the position of 'prdflor- tional representation, in spite of -the apparentvset-Dack; ih' the -Commons, has been greatly, "-ItMs-npw: in -practical politics, new position. maintained'Vnd proportional" representation was'' nbt wholly-dcTeatcd. Under the new Act It will bo TintTerBiiyy elec- tions. Tho four Scottish universities have been grouped ency. These afford !a (pioSf S.; ABS. four- employes promoted lo ofttfial rank It their duty to with draw from the Amalgamated Mine ra Workers, Mines have gone on'strike pending a miners' meeting to he held .some time nfcit week, and meankhllo th'e country faces-the loss fff more Ions of cjyil.dftlty'snaithe rery probable Bhutllng down of the Scotia Steel PUnl for lack fuel. A sympa fieild strike of all Mine Workers Unions island Is fcai wi..'- The Handwme 1 1 ..iv'. here are'hoteo Imagine. -lio -lo i-j oraeH-iVrd orl -li'ifd, for that' reads' ypiljll Sost very rciivjnW anil' their artistic celfence urtaJsitllahle.: MonuHenUl ese valuable illusfrattdn of the practical working" of 'proportional' representa- tion. VA.s. I" >tho Immediate the problems .which must come parliament place new, and reaponslhw taslis upon the society. If th'e recom mehdations'of the Irish convention are adhered to, any now Home-Rule bil should contain provisions for of in al consUtucnclea reluming three 4r tnori members Further, If, as has'Seen [oreshadowed, the hill Is so framed1 a to fit in with a federal sctiinje for th United Kingdom, the best elecllng-parliaraents tor England, land and Wales may become a' queii- tlon of vital and Immediate ance. Again, the possibility, of a far- ther consideration of the method of electing the Imperlol parliament can not bo ruled oul There ablo dissatisfaction as to tife way in which the rccommendationi of ithe Speaker's respectlnR the method of .election, hare heen dealt with.- No one can foreshadow what will, now .and the next general election j 'Municipal and ment elections -have been In' abey- ance during the war. When they ;are resumed there will probably, Jie a demand that all the seats on councils Bhall be vacated excel' lent opportunity will then, occur .for WbWni. 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FARROW, Manner Orono, Ont; Aug.- nnilAf patrlotW unsjrtcea to his conatit- iie4ils In the town hajl here; leal ntghf 'Hani Rowell (upliuiM-Uie dut- ies Imperlaftyar, of the Canadian corps on the Marne nnd paW n trtbuio to Stf Hohc'rt-Bo'd en's Work prime of f-.6ver colled upori tn lalie part In er mlfr 'fj'lcr Blood.-rnore sloutly and cnurrtiSCOHsly for rlghls an I liUcroslB, HSvfcK. pressing the valae ol. propo'rtfotoal refr- rcsenlatlon' i 'Apart from these larger more Is a'growing demand for the sentation.'fo .etetlloris "WilhlT! "trade unions and olher bodies There Is an Increasing number of candidates for ofncfil trans forable vole is proving to be not only the fairest, hilt the moH expedition. I and' tho >mosl'economical method. condiicllng inch electiorrs. tho-need for of balloti, which expensive practice ts btlll in ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE (Formerly of Red Deer) H UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, EDMONTON A Hleh Claas Residential School for Olrls and Young Women Only Course of Study and HlRh Scnool Wort. Violin, Vocal Typewriting FINB ART' DRILL Students of school ages rPALL TERM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1918 the P, REV N1 D KEITH, MA., B Ps their Talae Is firmb cstabllshe.l In lho performance of our duties as I Uodertakert uid Lktflitd EmbaJnvfTs All modern approved hy science or good laslo arc In iise, and wo no hesluiion In claiming that wo can slvo the be.t service at.tW mosj reasonable cost. FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA f WS MANUFACTURE CACHETS 33-) Fetterly dy Mixed Paint I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gal- lon packages, COLORS GREEN, SLATE, SfiEYi CREAM AND WHITE To clear I am'offering it al reduced prices. House Paint Regtfcr Price gallon. Bam Red. 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