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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIOGS DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 6, tfoeraU) e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEkUV. INSCRIPTION RATES: orial or adverlisint; columns, und tho! Saskatoon hieonlx Immcdialcly vails tho "Talcerani's" attention to Its of "yesterday, to- day' and tomorrow." Cully, delivered, per JTOUT.. Wily, by mail, yrsr... Wwkly. ty mail. per -TELEPHONES. IJUSlut-ss Editorial OBlco W. A. Buchanan John ALL, EYES ARE ON THE ORIENT S.M J.CO Open Leifter to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Laird Borden Dear Sir Robert Bcrden: who have fallen in battle. We are told tint this roll way con- It would seem hardly llkf-ly that Totiav all Canada, from peel to the country in the free of I foreboding the roll of 1U ions opposition from all scotloiu of HIB country and more es- pecially from bodies like the Mon- treal Hoard of Trade and the Hamil- ton Hoard of Trade. From the cold business standpoint it would be injur- ious to hive an election during this depression. Klections always put damper on business. I Jprts could be selectvd--the very time cnme cf 'Recruiting and of our Patrl- Therf are some lucky left SiuitlH-r'tt .Alberta. A farmer near ilabi'r holds 1100 bushels ot 1313 i tain as many as four thousand names. At the best, it will be' ot hideous length, and will carry tsd mourning into nearly ovary hirnlet In the Dominion. Canada bus never suffered a like shock. Canada has never before had to steel itself to listen to the tale of I how Its citizen soldiery have been moweil by tiaehlne guns as the grain fulls before the reaper. cne o otic funds, Sir Robert, refrain from calling the Canadliu people polli- Yet one bright spct gleams through tlie darkness. The struggles of cur ..._ 'sons and brothers, their valiant deeds Tl-e rapid development oi thf j wheat and is going to sell it [he pf their h'uroic overshad-j ji.50. This farmer i deaths, have filled us with patriotic .0 successful with his farm-1 pride and inspired us with a deteruiiit- Ito the end that the cuuse for which ed to eniorcu lit-. 'iu M...I .t.c s 'they made the last great .sacrifice is vacillating between a course of sur lg ,et price nearly double what he; nct taii have received had he sold in I Like a bugle-call the tale of their (between Japan and owed all -other events in the .war yesterday. Japan is dctrrnim- to enforce her demands. China that he was not fo soil his wheat and new he s render and one oi Just T-piulp- and one oi wouiu u Cain's j m. This fn-e man of the tic event of Japan's endeavor to i narvesled secure her claims by force is a ques-l ,ear ,he vear most fanners tion which will come up almost oj a crop of any kind. uediately, as Great Britain has needless to say that n'nteed protection to certain Chinese i ranj.s as an A1 agriculturalist rights. The Russians have evidently suf- fered a substantial defeat at the 'hands of the Austro-Gcrman forces .j t i inion, lo unite a people moved by couia not, gne to end that Canada's It is wilcje duty in this crisis may be ade- farmer quatery performed. I It Is, Sir Robert, at this moment, big j with sucb demands on Canada's pat- I riotism, at this moment- when our un- News the leading I buried dead lie upon the fields of The Toronto Conservative paper in the great Tory of the o{ issues anothBr rebute .Galicia, but are loth to admit it. The j ,vllo are secretly iioi-ji-jiipiips are LU _ Flanders, the still open of our thousand sons in English and French' hospitals, and the bleeding allied forces in the Dardanelles 'reported to have anniiir.ated a 1 and taken many prisoners. The Canadians have been rei ed again in the fighting in Flan their losses are said to have been light. n> u spreading abroad the insinuation that rK 6 the "If parliament should be dis- i solved why should we have a "fright- ful" election? No one assails tbe js at this moment, incredible French hospitals, and tne bleeaing me .u hearts of the tens of thousands who elusion of tne war? are bereaved, alike appeal to us for domestic harmony, lor the cessation of political strife, for the closing of our ranks, for the very highest and fullest expression ot our patriotic fer- ule trenches. We could raise au MORE ABOUT OUR armj. Can3da if no Conservatives SOLDIERS BOOTS were allowed to That will The following open letter W J for soffle U.Q riutnT rjrxssrs art. o-nvornmpnt to n P., chairman of the j House of Commons boot enquiry, has 'been addressed by Mr. Alfred Minis- ter of the Minister-Myles Shoe Com- 'jony, Toronto, whose evidence ijefore 'the "enquiry has attracted attention to him flrm: Conserratives to swallow. so much Mr. Arnold Haultain, writing to The Toronto News from Geneva, Swit- zerland, says: "Every day Canada is and his I standing higher in the estimation of "To Mr. sec that you have given in your report re the boot question, and also that you could not resist the temptation to give me a stab, no doubt relying on your pos- -.itlon in the House to be able to get the Empire." He says further: "Tell your farmers to grow wheat, more wheat and still more wheat. Urge your producers to ba- con, pork, hams, leather. Send over as much as- you can. Buy necessary for transport. .Ev o e "f i- diate appeal to tne people, ana piuose the country into the throes of a gen- no obstacles placed in the iviant'e nnth PlTinriCKS tfll enil election. ...i alpfilinn meuL o i rncredible'the report should be, but, have been, criticism of details of unfortunately there is too much rea- ministratlcn-in which you. Sir I son to fear "that the intention of the I ert, have generally government has not been mlsrepre- ludicrously absurd 8.cr. cal strife. When all our thotuhts ihould be with our dead and and with our duty to the great cause for which they died nnd suffered, what an Irre- trievable blunder In' statecraft it would bo. Sir Ilobert, to call us to contro- versies the personal and politics! Issues, most of them indescribably trivial, which form the staple of a general election campaign! It would be like the'unpar'donable sin, H crime inexpiable, dimming all the honor you have won in the ranks of party and in the eyes of your countrymen. And why should you Jail into tills fatal crime against Patriotism, as- ainst canons of good taste in public affairs; against, it. may be said, good party politics? If you' pluck success at the polls under such conditions, it will be as DEAD SEA apples in your s] hand. Certainly the business men of Comig Canada, swimming against the stream as they are. do not want an election, with all its disturbing Influences upon the commercial waters. There is no necessity caused bjr effluxlon of time- Parliament has more than a year of life before It. It is, indeed, quite Be- yond all possibilities that the Oppo- sition would concur in legislation ex- tending the duration of t'.iis Parlia- ment's life to a time beyond the con- At the anauil Ntirning Mission- lield Tuesday, lust year's list ol officers was Mrs F. A. Stoltra, ir.gstone, Mw.-K. E.. Sketth. .Miss Bawdcn awl Mha, Henderson were elected to fill vacancies iu the Board of directors. The following; is the report, of the superintendent, Miss Tilley, read at Ibis meeting Classification of Patients Obstetrical Gynecological........... Operations................. Post-operative care.......... Medical................... Bronchitis................. Typhoid.................. La Tuberculosis................ Rheumatism................ Pleurisy.................- ludisestiou (babies) Malnutrition.....; Marasmus................. 99 105 way to llBti out tlioui who were real- ly 'In'ttml, was to cull at'every of tiicse honics, and find out, if sible what .their cll'cimistanccs. We agreed to do tfiia city to'tslw care of the singlu mon: They' were also williii'E to pay for any ad- ditional help we might require during the time of this canvass. It took two :day from- U-a.m.. tm'til. make thesu visits. Whan'.they wcrfc completed'we-, wete satisfi'ea Hhat wn did know just'what the conditions were.- At thiq liinc du- ly -20 new families were added to tho list of those we were already help- ing. We made another list, however, of those wlio might, need help later, ami i nearly nil on Ibis list, as well as many others, who novcr .cxficcrad to have.to ask for have since come to us for. assistance. Since January 1st wo have handled of the government grant to the city for' relief and evon with this amount the rations we give out arc necessarily limited, and have cost on an average only 54c. per person per day. The amounts paid out for help was usually where the mother was ill, the children small, and no oue to take care of them. Wo had one casii where the mother was a widow with It is being said, in defence of the proposed election, that tbe Opposition hive broken the political tnir-e, and having attacked the war policy of your government, the country should be ap- pealed to for endorsation or con- "as been abso uely 201 em- ment's path. Pinpricks there may in the House iu nu.c .u necessary ior with it. Evidently it did not are opened there will decor to yon that this was a cowardly a market for Canada- She thing to do. Tou know quite well to rich." Farmers through- that 1 did not say I would make should heed this advice. sented. You, Sir Robert, are unquestionably desirous of serving your country and the Empire at this crisis to the best of your ability. What wiH be the effect upon the Common Cause of a general election? Surely you cannot have giv- en this phase of the subject the con- sideration it'merits. In the first place, it is obvious that r BBUU we should present a united Biiv shins if'should be acting as one people, ani- BU} snips -mated by One common dominating mo- ven whenjtjve The men ot fcas sunk their deen political prejudices, engen- dered in "the fiercest of partizan con- flicts, and their examine has been al- most universally followed. Not a lead- in Britain's political Hie but strives' that 1 uiu not SB.. v-'aiiiiuii snuum j shoes for ?4.65, although you and one lTheJ. Ao mllcb. to help the Allies j political harmony. hnarA triad fnAil Etruggle. Without the food jjeing properly maintained the partizan feeling your common sense Ko person could hav jne oiher member ot the board tried hard to make me say this. I wonder _ -wily my statement got so far under jujjes would soon feel dire effects. your skin? "I was summoned by the board to appear at Ottawa. Tou personally swore me to 'speak the truth, and it was to you my statement was made. rr. ou knew it was the truth. I did :not see in any of the reports that you make mention of another state- jnent I made to you and the board that 1 understood yon were making new specifications, and that so far i as I could learn you were all wrong again, and that it was up to me to i try and prevent shoes ieing made i that would not fit nor be in any way j suitable. "Mr. Middlebro. you are no tint you have certainly allowed your to run away with this matter, had a better opportunity tlian you had to exoner- j I ate both government and manufac- J turers from serious blame. Both made mistakes, but we all do that, and you should know exactly where 1 to lay the blame. You know Otta- i ira pretty well. I have onlyj been there twice, yet I think I could name the persons responsible for the un- suitable boots. When the' enquiry iwas started it was freely stated that j twe could not make shoes in Canada. i Since your report has been published i it is as freely said that we do not even know whether, boots, are welt inade or not. "As-an answer to your-statement rthat I said I was willing to make the i shoes at I have made a few ijairs similar to tho shoe I showed let Ottawa in September as my idea f cf what the hoys required. These jViii be exhibited as soon as I can arrange It, and you and your experts as well as our fellow citizens, will have an opportunity criticising them. This shoe will cost about five "dollars, and will cheaper than a three eighty-five shoe. Yours truly.Alfred Minister." There is no necessity for comment, Mr. minister is a shoe manufacturer of integrity and he knows what he is talking about. In Canada, are we to have the spectacle of the government actuaily inviting, instead of avoiding, the recrudescence of partizan rivalries acd passions? What will follow, in this the.springing otan election campaign? The men now united in patriotic ef- I fort, will be thrown away from each i other, back into their original and op- j posing camps, -rheir power of co-op- i eration for a common end will ceaso. ITlieir trust in each other wiK dimin- i ish. The patriotic work must languish, vrhile these men turn their energies into the old party channels. And when the election has been won and lost, can it be expected that the bitter party feeling it has aroused will disappear at once, and that these opposing forc- es can re-unite upon their patriotic committees as effectively as before! The idea is absurd. The loss of patn- otic power wBl be immediate and per- manent. And what worse time to diminish the effectiveness of our paatriotic ef- these as sufficient justification for an appeal to the electorate. An honest verdict it would be im- possible to secure at this time, and this is one of the reasons why an el- ection would be unfainr and unjusti- fied. Is the man who endorses your war policy, but condemns your ad- ministrative acts, to vote for or ag- ainst you? Is the man who is quite willing to pay his share cf the money you ask for war expenditure, bat con- siders your method ol raising it im- -oal. wise and costly, to vote for or against you? Do you wish the Issues so con- fused that a straisht verdict cannot be rendered? Do you.desire to emulate the pettifogging barrister, and ask the country to say if it has stopped beating its mother? The whole Robert, worthy of you. Will you not abandon it before the irretrievable step is tak- en the sten which will stamp you as a party politician instead of as a na. tional statesman? -We want .peace in Canada in order that we may make war in Flanders. You are threatening us with strife. We want'a truce to burs- our dead, and bind up the wounas of 'our fallen. You are bidding us so dig partizan trenches. Yon will be making history, Sir Rob- ert, the day you decide for or against an 'election. For the sake of your own repute, for the sake of the country of which you are the official spokesman and all well-wishers of you and of your country will pray that you decide against a course that is obviously being pressed upon you by men to whom partizan gain is first, the highest interests of the community second. Yours 7 JAMES S. BWERU5Y. Montreal. Unclassified............... 21 Tota1! patients........; 320 75 patients paid full fee and received 296 calls. 109 patients paid part fee and re- ceived 645 calls. 136' patients were cared for free and' received 1210 No. ot professional calls 2019 Xo. of professional calls (night) 132 No. of friendly and relief calls.. 1S50 No. of business calls......... 192 No. cf office calls..........2693 Total calls............. 6886 Hours spent at school......... 200 Calls for outside nurses filled... 19 Calls for women (day work---- 131 Calls for men (day 13 Positions for maids filled...... lo Relief Account Total receipts for year ending March 31 Groceries.............. MJIk.................. Meat.................. Water and light "Water Boots and shoes......... Clothing............... Medicine and drug; supplies.. Help supplied.....'. Public spirited young man of Mont- FOR THE p.usv MAN real whose offer to.raise a new com pany for the Princess-Pats-has accepted. OUR POINT OF VIEW The cutworm is not common to Southern Alberta this year, the Sas- katoon Pbeonix reports their pres- ence in that district. .The Winnipeg Telegram says it will Jbe glad to have its attention called to misleading; or- untrue statement ,Kblch may appear in its news, edit- HICKED UP IN SSING Peter F. Martin was elected mayor Dr. Charles T. Baviis of New York states that German inhumanities will stagger the world. N. W. RoweH t-old raemhers of the three small cliild Shu was seri- IN CANADA SHIRTS COLLARS PYJAMAS gUMMERjJNDERWEAR "WILLIAMS; GREENE a ROMERO., KW.IN..ONTAR1O 2 UILUU auittn um-- ously ill, anil apart from the two or sometimes three, visits a day madu by our nurses she needed const.nit care: We paid a capahle woman (also a ntedy one) Jl per day for 33 days to stay there. The other seven cases where this kind of help was given were 'similar, only for shorter per- Iu connection with the railroad fare paid, of this was paid for a wo-; man and four children to go to Lew- iston, Montana, where she had friends who could provide for her. helped to pay a man's passage back to his home in Scotland. He was tuhercu- been ill for more than a year, and his physician thought there might he a chance for him if he could gu back home ami away from this high altitude. His wife and little, chil- dren were left here, and one man, as his coiitrihution to onr work provid- ed entirely for this work, provided Jor this family until a month ago, when she sold her household ef- fects and left ,to join her husband. The remaining J55 paid the fare of old man and wife from here to a daughter's home in the' east, where they arc being cared for. In til these cases we were able to se- cure a very reduced rate. Sewing Class In Octoher our sewing class was reopened and met at the Mission csv-; cry Thursday evening until the end of March. We had a membership this year of 32, with an average attend DONALDSON LINE To and From Great Britain. SAILINGS. MONTREAL-GLASGOW SERVICE Prom From Montreal Steamers Glasgow May 15 Cassandra April SO .Mine 9.......xAthenia.......'May 2ti Juno Hi......Cassandra......June ,1 .-jirry passengers. CaJbin Passengers only Rate Glasgow, Third-class Rates. London, 4 Liverpool, J33.75. Third-class to common Scandinavian points.....................53S.50 Third-class to Stockholm from common Scan- dinavian points Third-class from Stockholm For rates and other Information apply to H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Granvllle Street. e ance ol IJ. Borne _..ne of these'provided their own.'materials, while others j 11.65 5.50 lfi.00 ;3.00 115.00 5.60 2.05 40.00 3.00 3.00 jxpress Jhristmas expenses pa- ,per Mortgage int......-. Stamps Rent of shack (two Livery......... Railroad fares paid........ Board for Mrsjlrown and baby Elec. fixture for sewing class. Extra nurse in December when canvass of needy famnies was being made.......... John Gilmore (bread) Cash given................ Flowers and holly........... Balance, March 31i 1915 ..'1610.15 Donations In addition to our cash expenditures for reliP-i; we have had a great deal donated to us this year for wh ch we hake been very gratcfn These do- nations included new children s and infant's clothing.made by the Anther Hill Sewing society, Penhold Bin End and Claredon Ladies Aid, Mrs. Conybeare and the Sick Room Sun- beams, Young Ladies'- class! "Wes- ley church, Daughters and Maids ot England, ..Women's, Civip, Church Ladies Aid, jj'75 were given either new material or Ill28 worn clothing to remodel.. have been much indebted to Miss Lucy her assistance the! class 'during the whole term. Among those hnvc been supply- ing with provisions, clothing, coal or REDUCTION SECOND CABIN RATES TO ALL STEAMERS Service MISSANABIE (New) ..May 20 METAGAMA (New) MISSANABIE (New) (New) MiSSANABIE (New) METAGAMA (New) For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg 3 .June 17 .July 1 .July 15 ..July 20 other; necessities during those arc" many whom it has been a -plea- i lions, where .only an hour is spent, and tlie reguiar fe? collected. It is the cases-where fee" (some- sure to know. Some of tneni have t.jnlcs a small part) or where no lived .here-for one, two, or three; j-ce ajj js C0uected, that most of years, hat knew practically no one, -IT ,--_- imd coming as they did from the r anu coining as uiu iium tin. and living, as they be- lieved, among unsympathetic people, they were lonely and depressed, and it .'was little wonder that some of them had become careless about the appearance of thtir homes or them- selves. We believe that our visits brightened and encouraged many of these -people, and we ate always sure of a hearty welcome. Christmas Work Our Christmas work included packing and delivering of hamper 95 families, 2lii more being looked _. ter by people who. wanted to-help in this way. We also made and filled stockings with toys, hooks, candy, fruit etc., to 360 children 12 more or three; ,lt all is collected, that most o [y no one, thph. timc anli is speut. 1 hav from tne t 40 visits wen ouc case in ru ec children were given a Christmas tree, the oun uiu; uunc u. num. where 40 visits WCrc made to one patient and treatments given. This patient could pay noth- ing, but the service was just as cheer- fully and efficiently given as if they had" been paying full price. This is only one of many cases, as you will know from the number of calls that have been made. Two nurses have.been on the regu- lar staff during, the year, .and sonic- times additional help had to be se- the cured. Infants' clothing, night gowns to and bed linen were given or loaned d af- many cases, and nourishment sup- plied. We thank most sincerely all those who have so generously helped us in our work, but we do want to tell you lothing by the o, that we still need your aMistance. young i This time last yeai1 we had only cr lit-1 families dependent on us, now six we' be Wolfe's Schnapps (HOUANM ud r f Ontario, aged 83, died suddenly the arms oi his brother .on oi Halifax; Dr. Geo. N. Fish, son' oi the -late i Rev. Chas. Fish, died at Toronto, .the arms 01 nis i Mrs Sarah Howle'y died at, door to receive hini-on a visit. j serve, C. B. She was said to be 100 I years old. For sharpening the and stimulat- the digestive -i ten-year-old boy at Hopewell -1 Cape, X.B., killed a large wild goose with a stone. pany at B. C., expects to open up its mill within a few days. Summerside, P. E. I., is seeking to elevate herself to the status of a city. W F Maclean, M. P.. declared him- self for an early general election on Onl Carrick. M.P.. has been c iu raV, lUla. Olilia, ------1 of the Q-JJ, u_ Ciareclon and Hill End Lail- Toronlo Empire club that Canada, s Whltl, H5ar school section, W' Mis. Murray. Underwear and men's clothing from the Royal store and JIcKelvie and McGuire as well as quantities of good second-hand clothing and boots from which many grown people as well as children have been clothed this year. In the provision line we had splen- did supplies sent in, one man (Mr. Walter giving a.cow, which was killed, dressed and delivered by ly's Ltd., irne of i'large. We al- notatocs. vegetables and i rav, Mrs. Clark, _-'... fighting force should number million men. John Purvis ot Holyrobd, was chos- en Federal candidate by the Conser- vatives-of South Bruce, to oppose R. E; Truax, M.P. Wm. .Michael of Hamilton township. discharged a jury- one o! the children were all of our choosing and i co-operation the teachers of the city hail to he rounded up by the Mission .schools for their generous donations stafl ithe police, from whom we have jc- The donations we received of good j cc-ived so much courtesy and assist- thinzs for these hampers and stock- i a-nce (ho newspapers for kindly no- ings far excelled both -in quantity j tices and free advertising, as well as and quality what was ever sent ul--Our many friemlp. in the past, and by one person who came in a day or two before Christ- mas we asked If we had a good place to store it. That same person e for vital organs. nfMlniHt a ill Uuilt nd ttu OlitrlbutoRi Hudson's Company Bay nomin- Col. J. G. Langton is atert by the Toronto Board of Con- trol, for -Fire Commissioner. irict court of Rainy River .district. The citizens of Cobourg have pre- sented the Heavy Battery of.-.tke sec- ond contingent, of which-Lt.-tol. J. W. Odell, of Cobourg, is cominander, with a field kitchen. An attempt to burn down the Wes- bas neen tern Hotel at Sarnia, while Copser- i guests were asleep in it, was discov- ered by a passerby barely in time to ive the building and prevent ,pos- -...to i sibly the loss of lives j -01 P'r. W. O Anglin, Kingston, who It'is again reported that Hon. Ar- will Queen s thur Meighrn may be the candidate Stationary Hospital, which will of Ihe Conservative party for the: shortly leave for France has beea House of Commons in Moose Jaw. .granted the rank of Lieut-Colonel by Mrs Thomas Craig, of Youngs- (the Minister ol Militia, town Mberta is dead. She was the i The board oi license commissioners uit cr' of Mrs P F. Douglas, of j for the whole Province of Manitoba, ellevue thc nelv I-i1UOT Act' Andrew Chisholm, farmer of liicld, ithe last session of the Legislature, is the Liberal candidate for the j has been appointed, the members be- Hoiise of Commons in. Mrfquette, ing Judge David Marr Walker A L, Mjn i Bohnycastle and Lcndrum McMeans. Queen's University Board of_ Trus-! Bower Heary_ol Hells, eens n tces decided to pay half the salary of members of the university staff going overseas on military duty. of Eben ISOWLl rielliv 111 11CI13 leton is in. the field as a .Conservative candidate, hut de- clares he will not' submit -his name clares he will not submit; -nis a to a convention, and advises the nr expenditures provided new ouuts for fil children and four grown people, new clothing lot 81 children medicine for 34 patients, fresh milk to 48 families, and groceries and provisions to 368 families. Quilts were given to eight families, one pair warm blankets, where there was an invalid and insufficient cloth- ing, new underwear to five women, 5 bundles of old anil new clothing to homesteaders, before this work, was taken okcr by the Civic club. Worn clothing, boots, etc., to 245 families and to '27 single men, who were rooming down town and being cared for' by tf.e city. Some of these men had neither so'x nor underwear, and the'supplies sent in enabled us to fit them out comfortably. 231 loads of coal were delivered by thc city at our request and. five car loads of railroad tics which-the C. P. R. allowed us to distribute to those needing fuel. The Unemployed In Dcremher we were asked by- the commissioners to he.present at a meeting called lo discuss what could bn don" to better the conditions of thc unemployed. The police had just iyould iiiivc '-bean very much surprised on Christmas eve after ail tllfe above hampers and stockings were deliver- ed, to see that there was nothing to We would HSe lo draw your at- tention to the .figures given of pa- tients who pay full, part, or no fee, and to explain that the 75, paying, full fee were usually those who re- (iiiired but one or two visits. Very nurses are.called by the assist at minor opera- (Signed) Anna sr. Tilley, Superintendent. BROTHER OF LIEUT.-COL. BOYLE MAY GO n'O FRONT Calgary, Alta., May traslo but gallant manner pf the death of his brother, Uieut.-Col. Boyle, the deter- mining factor, Malin Boyle of Cross- field, may shortly tender his services to the lilnlpire. Mr. Boyle, a rancher like his late brother, the command- er of the 10th Batta'ilon, that won place in history on "the Tjattiefield of has been anxious to join the Canadian" forces since the war .broke out. eightieth .tern n THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL. REST. MONEY ORDERS famed by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a ud inexpensive method of remitting small stmis of money. Ordera, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (ejwptm the Ywkon Territory) in the principal cities of the Umttd iliued at the following rates under 3 J n "39 10 M M 15 REMITTANCES ABROAD our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAWS MONBT bzl LetUbridge Branch R. IBryraner, Mgr. ;