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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE EIGHT HIE LETHBRIDTiE CAK.T IIKRALU WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911 .The following are eilracls laltcii from a_letter receli'fxl by Mr. luuian from Ills EOII, Hoy Innian. concerning tee g-iiniag camp at Fairllrtil. Ohio. practicing all the lime. Koch squadron lias Its own mess hall and. barracks: The JSlh has rc- I ceived ail Iniioculationa nnd vacclna- ailons. 1 havo received sesvn ot the former and two ol ilia latter. Our I cuuaurou may leave almost any day. We havo all clothing, packs, etc., for foreign servlce. had a liberty loan drive In the camp tho other day. Our camp, Ihe Wilbur nv'ation HelJ, eab- scrlbix] 1 guess that's going some Tor men who are already doing their duty. Our squadron made nigh- mark, fW.OM. which averages the 12'.b. Aero, Squadron was hilUtcd. Hoy Is well known in I.elh bridge. "I will live you an account of the daily routine ot ine sauailroii. lUe first call occurs. Just hero. I wish lo say that the bugler is the but yet the most pouu- in camp. At first tall, some of {be roniKents are the very ravrrse ot complimentary and lhat is vflien the bugler Is the most disliked. At call, however, lie busier Is look- ed upon as a sort of God and is cer- tainly given due respect in the of When first call Is beard the soldiers-get np. and sre allowed JO minutes In which to dress. After lhat reveille is liloivn. Then men line up, roll is' called and they are dls- inlssca. Next conies the clpanine process. Uccls are initle, and Ihc rooms swept. We have fine spriuR 4 heavy blanket; also 2 Villows slips. I J sheet? and a mattress. They are very coaitortable. At 5.15 mess cil! is blown. That's Ihe time! It uranlil ilo SDIUP of Ciic rich people sooil to SDU has'itts troop "to Ujo mess hall fov Ihrir plain, but 1 'wlibleiomc rood, of which we eel plenty. II Is jW.-riy jieceisary.to tell you vcltal we get. because 1 suppose 'vvtfu know, but I misht say the avia- reicfre belter food, limn any otlVc'r in the service. At 5.40 all men wlio work as mecUanu-F or re- fro i" v.-ork. .All ''machines -must, ba ready to take the air at ;.G.. o'clock. Tiw. !ilh Squadron have hi1.-; in camp. Men who, In cjnl.in lift- 'tcmantled and receiv- ed 32C-MI! per nioulli. 50 you cau see these lU'.-u did nut join because they vrere out ol work or anything like this but bsnnvsc they fell il their duty. At i: o'clccfc all iceii 'police inV ibat is, pick up all liapers Mown about the" liarracts and keep tbtnes aoai in general. The rest of the rtey is spent in drilling etc., until 10 o'clock, at night when all the lights must be out. -We have 10 Eiiuadrorj5 hero, vdlh 150 men lach. We have about aeroplanes. Wlicn the V.'ilbur Wright field is complete it will be one ol tie largest aviation fields in the -world, the field itself about per man. I should think Ml S. Victory Week! Thai's the Soulhero AlUjrta wilt wmeoiber tlic couilas week fcr long years lo that would the wealthy feel rather small to s.cs these bays'come. On Slcndry mornlug who are only tusking iaO.30 (officers' army ot canvassers which has of course. ward wiin (lielr ea; ing themselves. (or 12 day. HOY D. IN WorJ his sfnco lie squadron with Ihrcc is the question Bui tho more. havo liave lelt for (oreiei service. DestLa-1 Impcrtant question ivllbtbe local ailou unkuown. are reasons, Lc says- One Is (bat loJii will be used to buy CaiiaiJlaii liroJuc? uud thU will Insure Southern .Alberta farmers a gwJ price for their I produce for a liny. The other IE iavj tflj (DTiiCcrs1 arniv OL canvassprs r more) eomc, for- orgaul.-M It. (very centre nf Southern i reason Is tLat the bonds are a eoodln- Lrnliigs afler glv- Alberta will (orgel all other business' veslmen. la any eyem. Sonw for r> divs ar.d nuplv themselves lolcrs coiuplaiu tbat if they buy Victory XJUN-. the lo'sk of makiug the loan a furcess. j Lom ul 5 1-2 per cent Interest, using eired .hall What is Lethbridge going lo up their surplus capital, they will WashlnBtou, Nov. fl''or a long time Ibo questions of the oppu door [or trade In Japan's claims la -special Interest 111 that, havo been tho sourco of great illplom- atlc i activity between Ilio United Stales., and other powers anil Janan. Sfnco Ihe Jap- an lias sought to extend lier sphere, of luduence In. China, both commercially and 'politically, i Itaa resulted In considerably tllplomatlu controversy. in' which China herself took part In opposing Japan's ambitious In great measure. Tho high polnl In the controversy caine early in 1915 Japan alter tbe establishment of a republic In China, put forlh her famous group of demands, which called tor a predomln- io Chau; a pLcslgo not ID nlleunto any of tha LcrrUory ot SUflunluug province; consent to a Jaraueso rail- way Joining Klao Cbau with or Luugkow auJ I to oiiculuK ot certafa trealy point 3, lo be selcclcd later, They alao Iho extension of tho Arthur IGAEQ lo nluely- nluo years; tho right ut Jajiaateo to loaso or laud or mltxlug con- cesslous In South Manchuria aud Kast Mongolia anil tha( the codiuul. of Japau should lie oMalned botcru China granted any railway concessions, bor- Tovvod muucy 011 axe 5 or a p ci te'd adviser A lu Soulh .Manchuria or Kas? HAD TO GET OUT. Fetrograd. Nov. 7---'ftis iiewspap ra say Iho jioveruiueul fneral VerthovaTty lo leavo Petro lliat lie departed last even ng (or the Islaud of Valaulm, iu Lahl which la allunlcd" bctwcei and Russia, northeast ol 1'ct lu J915, treaties between Jnpaupse and ChLiia, settling tbe quesilona ut Issue. Good Impression London, Nov. 1. Tho agreement be- tlio I'nUcd Stales good lu fhas its uiarfc fairly well The district meeting held In tho Baptist church yesterday afternoon and evening In every way a sue- CMS. ThD audience included besides ]t is tc sen n million the members of the local clurcn anJ WQrlll o[ ,nc This delegates from the surroualdifs