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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN DMLY RKNAU) SATUllUAY, NOVKMBKU 1017 Tbe blsse.it cooTenllon of 'teeo-aie boys held in Southern AlberU will Ute place In Lelhbridse. November Slh (o the llth. programme opens eii the Sth with a conference ol lead- ers and the boys' conference proper trill open on the Slh And continue ivar Sunday. It IE elected that large aaiaber of boys from all aver Southern ALfatrta will lm In attend- ince at the coarentioa which Is of rltfil Hii port an ce to tbe progress of the Ci nidi in standard test The public U reminded (hat this conveatlon h'uj notbine lo contention which opens In ibe city on Xorember Slh, and irbicn is separate aftair. Tte. leaders of the boys' contention who comprise some of ilia ruosl prom- inent wen .in Southern Alberta will ba at the convention j any citizen who fan eDterlaio one of Uiese is asfced to seud his name to Mayor Hardie. The names of thoae Tho are to eulerlain ihe delfr- the city should be la Mayor by Monday. Local boys of '.he 'tees-age should ehbw a tremendous amount of en'.hus lum lor this convention R3 it is the first to be belt! In L4th6rfdge aad is A glass of this bubbling tonic It like a shaft of Inner sunshine. Gloom Vr grouch rannor Ihe in Ihe same body with It. AT ALL DRUGGISTS ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS -H'or Nervous ganlzed Sunday School Class; Dis- cussion; Demonstration of tbe week session ot tue Sun- day School Class: Discussion: An- nouncements; Confortuce Photo- graph; Siuglue; Secrets of Success, Five- ol Failure; Uenoinlnatlona.1 Conferen- Delation MeelujES.: of C-S.f.T., Croyp' Games. Krcnmx: Conference Supper; "The Ooy Demonstrat- ion of Charting (Part Ton Kail Drive and the Winter Futh ot the Allies. Sunday; 11.00 a.m. Church Ser- vices; 1.15 p.m.. Forward Step Mass Meeting for Older "10 p.m. Church Services; T.45 p.m., Closing Sesoloa ana Farewell Ceremonies. E rtrence Supper, "The Canadian Movement ior Co-operation In Train- ing "The Boy and The Church." "Xew Canadian Ideal Ior "Canadian Boy Builder.'1 Friday' >Ionuhg: Devotional per- "Principles Boys' e Canadian Standard Efficiency Discussion, Announcements: Afternoon: Devotional Advisory Commit ices for Co-optra- tlon In Boys' "Soldiers ot the Denominational ".Conferences. Boys' Work Conference. Friday: 4.3Q to 6 p.m., Hegislra- production Is 4emoutritrd this year or a yield of Pf the nujor Ttii- places (da tlon ot Boy Y.M.C.A., of ereat Importance to them not only T.oO p.m., Opening Devotional Period; 'from the standpoint of education, Alllts, dealing with ........the solid front of the Co-operative Movement; S.lo p-fn.; Election ol Of- ficers; S.30 p.iu., "The Call to che Saturday Morning: The Morning A Devotional; "The Boy and the A Course of Training for Canadian Older Boys; Demonstra- tion of the Sunday Session ot the Or- 'r'also troru the standpoint of hospital; jty as'thcr. are being asked to enler- tiln. own from all crer Souttiern Alberta; Is ibe program for L- tlie 3 :to 1: p.m., .Opening Con- The Evergreen Northwest v Invites You This Winter _____ _ m II I 'GftOUi the If JTt I Fuloral Scene jn PadAe Winer SEE AND ENJOY THE GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST A vacation this winter will be the best invest- ment you ever made. There is no better way in which you can spend your money. It will give- you more vigor and vitality for the work that is to come. It will renew your health. It will lengthen your life. iTTie' change in the altitude from the high levels ipf jtouj h6me to the sea level, from the hard, keen, intense cold to the temperate climate on the Pacific Cpasf, warmed by the Japan Current, with the winter through and the residents: enjoying automobiling and boat travel 'in the year, will be a lively dejight, f '4 Write to vi for any information. .v Pacific NortfawMt Awn." V4-.. 9. I--'C.. Smith Buildirg In order thst he might nave first- hand knowledge ol conditions and prospects In Western Canada, the edi- tor ot "The a financial paper published at ChlcaBo. recently made trip through Hie western vrc- T'.nces. We reprint beloiv his article (on "Our Northern Neighbor." j appeared lu "The Economist" of Oc- Itober SOtb. Such article must, [rarry conviction where the opinions ;ol a Canadian might bo discounted. s Our Northern Neighbor The Ghul ol the North strdtchei his thlrtj'-seren hundred miles from At- lantic to Pacllic and groans under his own weight ot weallh, actual and po- tential. He ij EeltinE self consclouj and Is lifting his head for' recognition I as anionE the great of the earth. Can- ada deserves unstinted praise for its I part in Ihe present war. and despite I the number of cripples on tbe streets of the cities courase and pur- pose are at a pilch1. The Canadians are game. And their loyally to the home government is among tbe mar- vels of Hie lime. Any suggestion of falicring in that loyalty appears to he unknown in the Dominion ot Canada. Tie primary reason for this la not In Ihe undoubted excellence ot Ihe gov- ernment of Great Britain but In the fact lhal the Canadian people are left to manage their own affairs. "We are the freest people on is -7. ex- pression one frequently hears from ihe lips of men who know what the other governments are- As to the pro- vinces, they remind one of-the stales of this country, but they appear to have their local affairs almosl ex- clusively in their own hands. The theory of self-government Is perhaps s well. carried out ID Canada as in any part of ths world. But in re- spect lo Ihe whole Dominion there is an amouDt of intelligent sludy of re-, sources and opportunities Ihst per- haps does not exist apywhere else. Corporations, individuals, goremnxent officials, are i constantly exploring, mapplua and inviling.i mankind to come and see. 3lany to star, a a one knows migra- tion out ol the United States. ThB'Kreal potencies 'the quaEity qfjhe .parlicularly as ei (ressed in British? in >nlerpria ing govcminenl of the Dominion it: Ml? and (he.railroad companln, nota- tly Ihe Canadian fuse iti. owrr' ".spans' the earth" wilt Its eighteen. miles .of road and ;its ships.. These in concert and find lines of effort in ill Eofts'.pf subordinate '.departments and''bureaus which have In Uie opening of nev? areas, and enUstaneQt: of, capital. Study of the whole Is dominant, for Ih9. people stun to have 'grasped Ihe idea that thqir own individual prosperity li..ia vbived in the common veal. The bank Jlng system Is one of .the moat power ful means of promotion and ia.fe- gaards against misfortune. Amerl caus hare admired this system many years nnd some of Us principles are embodied IB our federal reserya plan. These banks appear to get clos er lo the people than those .ql othe Countries. A liberal policy la follorr ed In Ihe establishment ol branch banks. One finds' hardly a hamle without a representative of one these well-known Institutions, usually housed in a building commanding re _ sped by Us archlteclura, though H! U may be the criideaeaj of inew country. The greatest _adranla_ of this .branch system qve'r lhalXjo Individual institutions .'such.1 as JK hare in the United 3tates'is''tti 'th name and the known solvency of th parent tnMftiitioii. Land and llj Producti With Chicago men of alfalrn, illarly those of the Board'oi Trade Ibe irme has Jong goce hj- jor.'conslr erlng Canada so boreal as to he for blddlne or an uninviting field for on lerprlse. Tlia wheat of among the best raised tn the worli and laads eleven hundred miles nbrl of this oily yield lie cereal liberally The mention of Ihe flfty-nlnlh parole lo ono fanilllar with'Iho'-wheal Irad does not chill hltq. Then ar climatic condillDns which Rollen Icr peralure ID area? far north, In Ya comer temperatures BS low as 15 1 midwinter rarnly occur, and that ell and Ita neighbor, Victoria, as places o residence' are extremely Inviting. Fa Inland the'Chinook comes In winter ease Ihe cold wealhe'r. We, therefor I shouhl nol apply Ihe Medicine Hi leal lo everything In the Domlnlo: One cannot yet say how Is th area of arablo land In the Domlnlo for there are large secllona wbtch have not. yet been opened and nuallly of which Is a matter lor fur- ther Investigation.. The slAtemenl has been madei (hat of (he square i milts o( Canada only iguaro miles It fll.for forming. lover, ei elude 3 (razing finds and irther which .wJIJ'nnriueattdrjflblj come In later on. Or'oidly BpeaVlni. IM lit- tlicr north the locality Uie shorter tha season, hut tbe ntlitt) ol In something astonlshlnf, unlcis out remembers ttiH IS hourt of darllght M more effect on a pltnl (Inn 1? or not old ciu reuenber >-heo Cia- ada was. IT his 'v branch ot agriculture U suicepttble' ot eipan. slon to yield Mual, lo ihe present output 'the -Unltc4 Slates. .Out Ihe 'price ot laii'i Is Hie (ellios Ihlaf Tltb a farmer sepklni new to per acre, cora- parlng with our to }5M. This pUbr wny. IMVIJLJ Ihe okJ-folks a! honiK perhaps, the young men of the farmer's family In the central west will take up land la the Dominion. It millers cooranlively little whether the migrant has capital or not The Canadlsn Pacific, to n-hlch the gov- erunicu! originally gave acres of liad, not to mention a con. slderable amount of cash and sonlo odd railroad lines, sells. Ihi: er land, taking a snial) payment down and subsequent piymculs on some. thing like (he Credit FoneUr plan. Some opposition Itas been shown In our western stales. to this rnlcratton. But It appears (o be melees. The aji- of cheap land Is Irresistible to men uuder certain conditions. The war has drawn Canada and the Culled Stales closer together. As puts II. 'Before the war we were cousins, now wo are brothers.1- .Cana- dians. express tho profounrtest appre- ciation ot what we ire doing in the direction of subduing German autoc- racy. It all looks big to them, and blj I is and thus far Canada, VAK1NO JvwijIR MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure phosphate baking pow- der and is guaranteed by us to be the best and purest baking powder possible to produce. The perfect leavening qualities" of Magic "'combined with its purily and whoJcsomcness make it the ideal baking powder. The Ingredients are plainly printed 011 the label and our half i century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality i of these-ingredients. v E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG MONTBEW. lias done nlial we liave not yet done., of the lileliest officers of liic Caiui-1 fled wllli Us Interests a lifetime Far poured out precious blood without Ulan Pacific ralUvnv, 1ms cliarcel Ik-ularly in recent years ho haa spec stmM A sign of Uie co-operation be-' ol recruiting for Ilio tlrillsh army in lallKd oil Irrigation, nu.l Is consider .iwecn IliMO (wo countries Is the pres- (Ms country. Col Dennis Is Itor- cfl among ll.o first authorities oa (ha lence In tlio Males of J. S. Dciinls, oae I oucli Canadian anO has been Identl-' siibjeut In the world H Is conjfiltrktlons of info sort (hit grftit Hie o( migration to Canada. Only 'mall perceplage ot the land rapibln ylsHIng wheat anil olndr griOn n jonn to them.. T.fce tut Will Keep the Workers Busy the war started rnany people pre- dicted the ruin of Canada's industries. But time has shown that the natural resources basic industries of Canada are of immense importance in helping 'to keep .Great-Britain supplied with food, munitions and equipment. Because of .this, there has been' a-steady cash mrarket for ''the as wel] ;as at good wages for all the work'ers in 'other1 lines of! industry... i But now the time has Great Britain can purchase her supplies on this side of the Atlantic only on credit. If. Canada' does, not grant this credit, Britain will be obliged to; her orders where credit is available. ,If- Canada does' grant this credit our casli, markets will be continued and the workers kept busy.. i to, raise the money this credit is by borrowing from people of Canada sale of Victory Bonds. and woman in Canada, therefore, is'vitally interested in the success of Victory for upon its complete depends the continuance of Canada's agricultural and business prosperity. I j Lverybody shpuId Buy (panada's Victory Bonds when they are offered November 12 Issued by Vktoryf Loan j in co-operation with the f-J ef tht Domiflion of .CitaU. y r V.-> .i''; .Bo ;