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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRinCiF. DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY ttbe Hlberia DAILY AND WEEKLY ONE OF CANADA'S GREAT EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS Over across the Hue is a aa.- Tic-u within a nation, within the Vnited States which is almost as larse in populalioa ai Dominion ol Canada, a nation of Illiterates num- bering persons over ID years ct age. v This fact is revealed in in unciiBl report of Secretary Lane ot the V. S. department of interior bc-r Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, W. A. Buchanan Freshen! and Msnagios Director Join Torrance Business M.nwr Is mow startllny i cause -Mr. Lane uses il to shov that j toe 1'niied canaot be a true 4. Democracy so long as the condition I ejlsls We reproduce hereirith portions of the report to a certain exteat the same condition hold; In Canada, and if Canada is to maintain tho place TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1152 she has won in the great war then Subscription Rilfi: fcally, fieUtered, per week Dally, delivered! per year Dally, by wail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S pas. p: of eiplrr ol gutTstrlptloni ap- tenmt'onal Association ot Rotary pear dally on address label. Accent-1 Clu'os. Is speaking to tho mea anil J5 00 Canada must overcome that condition. Pidseou of of the In- ...51.50 j Xeit 'fhursiiay. R. Leslie S past president ot papers alter eviration date is j of cur auU30riiy to continue the sub-] sorlptioc DESERVES THE ADORNMENT Xobony In on the subject i of primary education in Canada. At first giance the subject may appear dry and of little general interest, but i wben such facts regarding illiteracy ,-iU likeK ob-' are as are found In Secre- ject to a royal honor going to Brig.-hary report, then it becomes a General John S. Stewart. Had he question just as important to each one breskaJrhseJ we vculd sli have aban-1 "3 a? connected with toied'car dislike ot titles with tie] the winning of the war was paramount a fe'iv months ago. In Ms report Mr. Lane thnt in there were persons fceliaig that "General Jack" dessrreJ best the King could offer. The men, who fougn.t through tfle war, can cess. Tte, attack surpris- ed demoralticd Ihe enemy. 'At three o'clock the bridgeheads over the canal had been secured by the Third Canadian Dltlslon and the town ot Kamilles captured by the Second Can- adian Division, both divisions havtas patrols la Cambrai. anJ at eight o'clock that mornins the historic city was completely in our hands. Our troops pushe-i on and by five that afternoon had captured Esrcu- doevres and Kswars. while Ihe Brit- ttti troops on the. north had raptured Bantlsny, Cuvlllers and Ab y Oatlincs in thronOlOg-Uncourt. On October lOth the battle kal Order Events in October I continued and the villages of Nayei and November (By Mail from Ihe Overseas Corres- pondent of the Canadian Press Limited, J. F. B. WITH THE CANADIAN COHPS. MOXS. NOT. date of Sep- tember Sth last a cable was embodied in Iheee despatches revlewlnc ths work of the Canadian Corps in tha Thua Leveqm, Thuo St. Martin, Iqur, PaHleocoim, Estrun and lieniltnglet were captured la rapid succession and at nliht the general lino held ivas east ot the above villages. On October 12th the First .Cana- dian Division, which had previously broken through what remained of the Quesat-Droccmrt line noilh of the ca occupied the tillages of Arleui. Estrees, Gouy and forbenhara. (he having evacuated them. The PA iCKED UP IN ASS1NG KOfl THK BUSY MAN eaamy tin11115 iu. months preparatory to and Including Seconil cauadiin Wvieion also at- Ihe battle period Aufltst Sth-Sept. S, 191S. That account, desigr.ei for the purpose of giving brief record, is now supplemented by bringing It up to date. During the period between Sept. S and Sept. (be lime was spent considering and debating tenure plans when niaoy important conferences were held by the officers to high com- tacked and after stiff lighting cap- tured. Aublssy-au-Bac, and LJeu-St. Armaud. From this time oa the enemy car- ried out a withdrawal, and our troop? expended all their energies on the ef- fort to keep contact with him. The advances of the infantry were very considerable each day and steal diffi- culty was experienced in getting up troops in the line were ammuniti0ll and suppUes gTving to the merely held in the usual routina way. Lerv thorough and successful .plan of The problem which presented demolition carried out by the was largelr an engineering one, narno- ly the devising of means for crossing ihe Canil du Nord. all the crossings o: which had been blown away by the enemy. The way in wnlch this almost unsurmoumable difficulty -was met by our Canadian Engineers, who worked both day and nitrht under a veritable hell of fire to construct means of have titles or anything eUe to mark i more than ten years old who could has earned for them a name their service? and Tery !eir will ob-1 neither reafi nor -ffrite any language, vrhich Mil live forever in the history of our country. At twenty minutes pact fire on the morning of Sept. 27th an attack of great magnitude was launched against Is when titles are handed to'There are now JOWMO men" of draft citizens, whose only service has been in matins fortunes for themselves. get disgusted with the title busi- cess. KEEPING AWAY FROM KNIGHTHOODS Knighthoods aee. and presumably registered, who can neither read nor write EzgHsh or ing enemy. To Ihose who had in charge this dillkult task and success- fully carried it out belongs t large share in the ultimate victory and the earnest gratitude of the balance of the fighting forces. The enemy covered bis retirement with machine guns, dug in and placed In the houses of villages. On October V2th we occupied the lino of the Canal la Sensce from Pal- luel to Corbenham. On Oclober 13tJ the troops of the First Canadian Divi- sion effected a crossing of the canal south of Ferin; From October 12th any other language. More than enemy, the object being to effect to -here was patrol 600.000 illiterates, are 20 or ever. Half ithe of the dl1 [lighting, tho enemy having decided to of the illiterates are between _0 and In "this enlightened nation" these i icattei'eii groups of ..literates, these bloom very I islands ol ignorance, make a State, a much for Canada this Year's, j nation, of more more The protests in tbe House Com- mons in "cbnTincinB the Knlglit.recoiniaendera tiatCaaada had ban a twectieth of the popula- ion. The percentage oJ illiterates enough. Only one new- Knight Is cre- eled, General Macdonnell, of ths first division. Very little 'objection tiUts towards recognition of military mdri'fot'Eerrices in-the war. Instead Diiff, a to recognize, be has teen.'made a raua that-is-otted given to_ British demo- r'efase to consider Kuisbt- :hgod. Sir Louia Davles and Judge Duft'irere the' only persons In "ths apart -from military mon. es from, 1.7 per cent, in to capture the territory east oi it and uvithdraw in some places and resist WESTERN POLICY Dr. of Torkton, dent of the Mackenzie constituency Federal Conservative association, has reeigtied office and In a letter to the'eiecnttve gives his reasons for the action hs haa Patrick expresses the hope that out ot the political chaos of the pres ent will be evolved a democratic party which will stand or fall in advocacy of that freedom ol trade and of poll tical action which its name would Im ply. In Ms letter Dr. Patrick states lie Is content to follow the lead taken by organized agriculture. He stales he has been brought to believe in wid- er, markets and greater of trado and believing such principles cannot remain with the Conservative party in an official capacity. yDr. Patrick U only one of hun- dreds who have altered their views on Id recent yeurs. We do cot hesitate to say that outside of a few Interested elements ra the larger cen- tres, Western Canada Is very gener- Ally In accord with the council of ag- riculture platform. Dr. Patrick leaves his party be- ft Is not In sympathy with the demand. his refuge? Liberals In the west are nnmFP In favor of tho tariff plants of tba or- ganized farmers, but ihe re Is no utv In the party in the east. Tha latter %antB 1o make concesEtbnE to Vbe me-nufacturers fearing defeat oth- erwise. With them It.Js not principle or platform so much as the west requires in order to serve its interests'Is a strong' parliamentary representation under able leadership Its Tolcfi will be heard. Bed 1 Hot heeded, It will ba powerful enough tb exert an effective Influence. 29 per cent. IP. According o the Census of the percentage ol illiterates over ten. In the continen- tal Uniteg States was 7.7; of native white illiterates born ot native par- ents. 3.7; of native whites of foreign or mixed parentage, 1.1; of foreign-: born white, 12.7; of negroes, 30. OI in the rural districts, whose benefit the Federal Gorein- ment and the State Governments spend millions of 'dollars annually In disseminating information, about farming, or 10 per -Ur. Lane savs, cannot "read a bulletin on agriculture, a farm paper, a fool-pledge card, a Liberty appeal, a news- paper, the Constitution of the United States, or theSr Bibles, nor fceep Uieir personal or business accounts." Continuing he says: 'What should he said ol a democracy wherein 10 per cent, of the adult pop- ulation cannot read the laws which they are presumed to taow? "UTiat should be said of a democracy which sends an army to preach democracy' wherein there was drafted out ol the' first a total of met vho could not read their orders or un- derstand them when delirered. or read he letters sent home? AVhat shouH be said of a democracy which calls upon Its citizesn to con- leading up to Cambral. The attack front extended along the canal from Marquion to south of Bourlon Wood and the attacfc made by the fol- lowing troops: On the right of our Corps the Fourth Canadian Division; in the centre the First Canadian Divi- sion; on the left -flank of the Coirs was the Eleventh British Division; while on our right flank was the Bri- tish Corps. The troops advanced under a most terrific barrage, well planned and add- ing (o the already great laurels of the Canadian artillery. At 7.30 a.m. tha crossing of the canal had been effect- ed and the first objectives. taken. At a.m. the second objectives and The Firs reached end the villages of Division captured BruIHe were iu ot-ucrs, but by October 17ih we had a line at Erchin Dechy, Sin !o Noble. At this time the disposition of our troops was as fol lows: On the north the First Cana dlan Division; in the centre the Fourth Canadian Division; on the south tlie Second Canadian Division. On October ISlh the lino had reach ed to -west of Bouchain, west of Au berchicourc with Marquetto inclusive and ilontlgny inclusive. Between Oc tober ISth and 13th B considerable ad vance was made'ivhEch resulted in the capture by the Fourtli Canadian Dlvl of the important town of Denaln captured Anberchlncourt, An Tho wife of Kx.-AU. Shtblfry Cars- called of Calgary, died on Tuesday. J. Haydn Harsey, lute ot tho Dominion Bank in London, is ilcail. Mr. A. It B. a known Toronto choir master, died sudiloiily. Central Ontario Liberals will meet En Toronto os January :M to form an association, John A. (Juan. tlie I Toronto Mili'.ary District, is to lie pro-1 aioteJ to UrigadkT-Oeneral. J The tbeologii-al section ot Alberta may merge with 'cs-ley college. Winnipeg. The town hall at [jikefiold. ith all Its contents, was destroyed by Rev. Dr. J. A. McDonald, the To- onto Globe, has returned from au ex- trjp to the Orient. The Kootenay district raised about 400.000 ivorth of fruits and vegetables ms. Hon. Geo. Smith announced Unit he sanitarium at Hijwnc-ss, near Cal- ary, would be built in the spring. Calgary t'iiy hall staff presented re- iring Mayor Coatcllo with a gold eaded cane and A gold cigarette case. John H. Coluortie, prominent cUi- en of Code rich, fiieii from injuries eccivei he was run down by n auto. Tho >ieads of civic departments presented retiring May vans witb au illuminated i tlub bag. Christ Church, Scarboro, one ot liio; iu complete possession of Bourlou [Helesnie- and 'the Second Canadian Wood. The troops of our lef, captur- uouchaln, Mastaing, Roeuix and Dourlon taken and by noon Somaln, Feaaro, Eire, Hornaing ant those on our rigat carried Gnancourl, sider the wlcdom of a League when IS per cent. >f the coming citiifins of that democ- acy t'o to school? What should be said of a democracy which challenged by the world to prove :be superiority of its system of gov- ernment over those discarded, and ret jo compelled to reach "niau? mil- ieus of its people through papers printed in some foreign language? f What should be said of a dem- ocracy which permits tens ol thous- ands ol Its native-born children to be taught American bJstory In a foreign language the Declaration of Indc- and Lincoln's Gettysburg speech In German and other tongues? There is no doubt that Canadian il- literacy is juet aa prevalent as H Is In the Culled States, and certainly In Western" Canada the percentage of .adults who .cannot read or write the English language ia very-large. 'What The police are eearching for a thin, tail wan In'connection with the B.C. Jtquor Inquiry. Now don't all you taH fellows crawl Into the cellar at once. Mr. Lane says In concluding bis re- port Is tlifltefore applicable to Can- ada and treienfs a problem wMc must be wived. He aays: "There is no one thing1 so su- premely essential to a Govern- ment such as ours, where deci- sions of such Importance must be made by public opinion, that man and woman and child eball know one tongue, that each mar speak to every other and that all may be informed." Flesquieres, Anneux, Cantaine, Noy- elles and Mftrooing. The capture of Bourlon Wood was the outstanding feature, Aa a Ger- man officer taken there said to the writer, "Trie trees In this wood have been nurtured by blood." It was here In November 1917, that the great and bloody battle took place w'aea our troops were forced back after the fine initial success of the Third Army, and the wood is said to have changed hands five times daring three Strategically it Is a. position ol ijreal importance as it forms the natural de- fense of Cambrai. From this com- manding position one can look into the clly and with glasses distinguish Important buildings. The fighting continued on Septem- ber 2Sth and on this day oor troops captured a line running approximately between Sancourt and Provllle. On tbatdiy Crfrps Headquarters was mov- ed from WoncourL lo a spot on the Switch on the famous Queant Drocourt line. The Third Canadian Division came fnto the battle on this day and were responsible Tor the capture of Fon laloe Notre Dame and the Marcotag Hue, a strong system of trenches situ ated behind the crest east of the Ca- nal du Nord. Heavy fighting contin- ued for the next two days, the enemy repeatedly trying to conduct attacks to drive us back irom the positions won. On October 1st tbe Sfilh Brltiali Di- vision relieved the llth British Divi- sion. On this date the attack was again resumed along the whole front it five a.m. The troops engaged weie be Third Canadian Division, on the jght of our Corps; the "oarth Cana- dian Division in the rirat Canadian Division on tlie left. Phis attack made excellent progress "n the early stages and at eight Slorenchiea Wood, Cuvlllfers, Bantlgny, Belcourt and Abancourt had all been captured. Thb enemy, however, coun- ter-attacked heavily through the Ban THE HOME OF THE VICTHOLA Resold to Urn Hcic during the New records you have, more you will anjoy your Vlctrola. Hero'i a good telMt list to ttart 18431 Fur Your Boy and My Boy Peerless JVhcD Vou'Tonie Hack................ Dlxon and Orpheus Quartet 1SJJ3 You Sang "Hush-a-Bye Bahr to Me" Sterling Trio Mammy's Chocolate Soldier.......... 1S4S7 Tickle Too-Medley Fox Trot .........................Victor Mllllary Band Uolng One-Slop Victor MIlltary'Band 1S3CU Hcelv-Medlsy No. 6 Irish Dagplpe.. Ennli Irish N'o. 3..........Eunli 17311 t'availeria Victor Concert O. Tales of Victor Concert 0. 45090 LeCnige (The. Swan) Violin- cello Klndler Melody In F. (Rubinstein) Viollncello Klndler 612C7 Lo. Hear the Oenllo Lark (fluto "Glu'ck Gems from "Cavallerla Hus- tlcana" Victor Opera Co. Gems froru "Pagliaccl" Victor Opera Co. MASON PISC.M ".iUi BALMORAL SLOCK, LETHBRIDGE eldest Anglican churches in Canaiin.' destroyed by lire on Christmas I morning. Metals and other by-products i luced by tbe Consolidated .Mining and j Smelting plant in Trait during tho! vear 191S amounted to over i Farmer Dies While On a Visit lo the I'acific Cuasl MINIMUM WAGE J5.00 FOR FORD EMPLOYEES UBTHOIT, Mich., Jan. new minimum wage scala of ?6.00 a day. tlat increase of a dny, Mr ap- proximatply employees turoush- out the country was announced tociay by the Ford Motor Company. Coinci- dent with the announcement ot tlii wnge increas-i it was made known tna; Hurry Ford has Formally resigned us l.rewileiH of the Fora Motor Company and his son, Edsel Ford, electcil to succeed him at a salary or a year. fTroni Our Own Coiresnoivlent! BAilONH, Jan. '2. Tlie Uftrons A rock weighing 31) pounds, propel-' branch thc Merchants IJcnk of Can- ed by blasting operations in the rail- Wa5 for Lusineas on Tues- way yards at Prince Hupert, crashed morning. Mr. Kilpatrlck. man- through thc roof of a rooming house a; 3ger at wsn look after the quarter of a mile away, went through new for a few weeks a the floor, demolished a bureau ami fell' pertlianent manager is oppainted. on a Led where lay Harry re-; Thc sail ncws was rcccived .asl turneJ soldier. Hays was bruise j by[ wcck o( Ule dyath al Vancouver from L flying splinters sad Is in the hospital. of Karl a o( ON WAY TO. ITALY HOMH, Jan. Wilson and his party arrived tbU morning at Modan, on the Franco-Mfllian frontier. TLe Anglcan clergy oi Calgary Tin- ;tbe White Lake district. Mr. Gilbert ,0 lhc coasli wilh H. T. Lowery, of Greenwood, Jxisi, has heen riOtlfieiJ by the yic- lory Committee at Vancouver that he is (be winner of tiK first prize for the best essay Uie anrl ia richer- In consequence by a eheque ot has had at the 1ieaa ot ht3 editorial colymna for aeTeral years the following caption: "H. T. Kdittir anil Financier.'' If going to church Is popular is voting Church in Toronto, preacnerB ought to be gratified. the On Oclober 2Wh the Second Cana dian p (vision went back to rest, th Fourth Canadian pivislon tming go a touch .wftb. Ihe sMt Brilish Divlsio east of DeaalnV On this dale slil farlher progress was made, Ihe Firs Canadian Division 'capluring Waller and the Fourth Canadian DiviEio Haveluy. Bv October 21 the Firs Canadian Division had penetrated th forest of Vicoigne to the road leadin from Valenciennes to St. Amand, whil Ke Fourth Cacadianf Dtvlsion had cap- ture! the following Tillages: BelHang Wayrechain, Rouvignies, Prouvy, Hei in and Aubry, and their line was o the western outskirts ot La Sentlnell ami Petit Foret. On October 22nd the Third Canadia Division passed through the First C nadian Division and the advance wa continued until neit day we had reach- ed a line along the canal to Fresnes. therce to Odomez. From here until tie end of the month the time was spent endeavoring to make plans for the crossing of the canal and the cap- ture of Valenciennes. During the month of October wa captured prisoners, 136 guns and 467 rnachine- guns, trench mortars, six ant-tank rifles, sii locomotives and other ma- terial and roiling stock. On November 1st the Fourth ian Division, supported on right ..y the XXHnd Coips, nU-cfccd with he objector securing the high ground outh of Valenciinnes, and for this the area of the Canadian ;orps was temporarily extended-south l !ti canal through Maing and Fa- The attack by the Tenth Can- .dlan Brigade was entirely successful and resulted by 7 a.m. in the capture f Houy aw) Aulooy, whose possession iltherto by the enemy had halted our advance on Valenciennes. In spite of stiff fighting the attack continued with success until at twenty minutes past seven on the following morning he city of Valenciennes was captured by the Twelfth Urigade of the Fourtli i- has gone to Cali- i i'. Mr. Watkins who oOiii his farm at j Hon T. W. Crolhers. former a aBO "nf ister of labor, will, it Is Ihe CrossfioW, has been vH.t- offer of the senior county judgesl.ii, o! Ills old neishbor., during the past Carlelon Coonly, Includins Ottawa, He returned lo Crossfield on made vacant br the death ot Judge. McTavlsh. It Is not known If he accept JudBe Gunn, ths junior Judge. may otherwise be promoted arid a lo- cal man be mado Junior judge. KNOCKS OUT PAIN THE FIRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the World's Liniment Mr. Omar Lyons has returned from the north, where he has been for some lime shipping hay. AMERICANS DYING OF STARVATION IN PETROGRAD; Hon. G. P. Smith gave audience lo the executive of ihe Provincial Teach- i ers' Alliance, last Saturday. The; N-KW yonKf Jan ot teachers retiueated the conaldnratlon Ih6 AmCriean Methodist Episcopal ol the minister or education to ?ne fol- chlirch u Pelrpjrad are dying ot star Jowing: 3, The compjfation of accortllnB to a cablegram from eachera' directory. 2. TIio Issuing ol r Madame Eh hind, tlic deaconess, rc- a form ot agreement that couid he j Colved here night by the Metho i This lamous reliever oi rheumatic aches, soreness, painful sprains, neuralgic pains, and most other external twinges that humanity sufTers from, enjoys ils great sales because it practically never fails lo bring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, it lakes little lo penetrate iitlfiout rubbiug and pro- duce results. Clean, refreshing. Made io Canada. At ait 'drug'stores. A large bottle mean's automatically self-renewing, eachera' retiring allowance, based .he report of Itielr Pensions cotnmit- .ee. 4. limiting the num- ber of pupils per leather lo 35.-.., ligny valley and forcfid us 'lo give ground. Thc lighting here was as ;iard as anything our troops have ex- d, the enemy apparently hav The Krupp Company of Ger many, will not pfiy a cash diTid this year, though Jt has been paying one in blood for several yeara. Liquor was Irom a senaior's borne in'an Ontario town. This ougM to start a demand from the prohihilion Ing made up hla mind to hold Cam- brai iit all costs. On the eastern cul- of Beicourt particularly stiff resistance was met and it wa? that many a gallant Canadian met his death. On the evening of October I'st the Fourth Canadian Division was rellev e-1! by the Second 'Canadian Division Oa October 2nd, in expectation of a heavy counter attach hy the enemy, a most severe counter preparation wai put on, and though the attack was no1 forthcoming. It neverthelosB had tin effect of leading the enemy to that were contemplating a.furthe: attfick, and consequently he began lo withdraw. The period between ?nd Oc- tober 9th was given up lo the com- pletion of plans for, the croasinc of the Canal dc and the capture of Cambrai. On Oclober 7th the First Canadian Division went to the XXMnd Corps and was relieved by the Second Canadian IM vie Ion. On October nth another great at- tack wag launched at half past one Sloan's board of foreign 30c, COc, 11.20' That fn order t -ai-ift the i debt of ij, due largely to asefl the war. V. ;viji be necessary to produce a deal more both in agriculture, j live stock and manufacturing in order] io mate more wealth, hut that (Ins cannot he accomplished snccessf with organized capital and organized lahor fighting other, therefore Lt j ia necessary for a third party, sunn as 1 the farmers or stock men, lo intervene j to prevent sucfc fighting and to secure j co-operation ull round was the, mcnt expressed by R. B, Bennett at, the dinner given by Geo. Lane and A. B. Crosa to J. G. Rutherford at Cal- gary on Xew Year's Eve. A polish inventor hopes to be able to malic the blind see with an electric device. invention la a small apimr- Canadian "Divisirin. "An Interef'titiK feature of theto oper- atlona was Ihe rdoase after four years of servitude of nearly a hundred thousand civilians. Their Joy kn en- no bounds amJ (hey overwhelmed our brave men with kindnesses. The Fourth Canadian Division here re- lieved by the Second Canadian elon. At S a.m. on .November Tlh the See- on and Third Canadian Divisions at- tacked, the latter capturing Eilougca le Croix and Honelea. The advance con !nu ed on N'ovcmbe r 8th Vr'h e n Dour, Bosau, Bolr, d'Hamin and reuil su were captured and dur- ing the ulgbt Petit Hormi, Warquig- and Fosse No. On Novombp.r 3lh the Canadian Third Division crossed the MonivConde canal and cap- tured VUIe while along tht rest of thfj front Framcries Jernappcs fell into our hands, Thai night we held the line Nourcaln-ClpJy- Gueames-wesl of Morta-Ville 1'ommcr- alus in thc form of a dalf-mask. It placed over the faee of the blind man and is connected hy wirca wllh a port- able electrical inriurtion apparatus. Lenses, total-reflection, prisms, n ira filtering IfghL rays ami phosphor- escent placjuea complete Inn f for the reform of .the senate, nwalvs Un0er trjver ofrdark. ocul, Xoxt day a t batllR tor possession of Mons, Our Infinlry and Cavalry fought with whTe 'tbc encrny with his machine-Biirji" up a deflperatf First wan cleared Iben Ohlln, and finally tho 12nd Can- adian Infantry Uattallon, of the Sev enlh Brieaile, Third Division, entered Magic Relief for Bad Stomachs For Indigestion, Gas and Acidity Great stuff' Stomach find When jour meals tour .im! turn into nciil ar.il gascr; wlicn food lays like Icrul refusing la yo-.i realize llie of Tape's KeUcf; i.i iiiii.rinU Ko waiting! x Sick, sour, upset stomachs r.rc inil iu order r.t once. Truly! Costi ilrug s'.oro. Pape's Diapepsiti Ths basis for the invention First, there are no opaiuc bodies; thai is lo say, certain light rays can render objects visible through a icreen, Second, blhidnran, even in the most serious r.iaca, apinut-ition of (lie eye does not bring about the Insensi- bility of (be optic nerve, which as long as It Is living remains miscepUbie to the Influence of luminous impreasons- the >Tona anrl was there enrhusiastlc- nl.y received liy the atilhorilka rllizena. The advance waa 111 11 a.m.'of Novcmhor II. when thc armistice declared. Thc above Eg merely fin aji.irml' male chronological record of tf.e achlevfimcnla of Canadian and It is not appropriate to i It willi of urcncs wjtne cd nt tht! of tlua groHt j patgn, without a break (rorn AUK- 8 to Nov. 11, In this Sft- tiuenco tit victory many gallant Cana- dian soldftra their Hni they did not die in vain, Their vah their example conlrlhulnil io IN THE GREATEST RESORT REG1O> IN THE WORLD Tlic Inttrnal.OTiRi Pacific fJorSKweit jflrliiA CtfwmHtt Ihe climate it mild, tSe green, the flower i bloom, and where (Here art ihoujandi of WetLeTn telling And pi a? ing. ffnal victory, in Hie so reniarkablc ic Canadian a shciTt. i ;