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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, NOVKMHEU 9. THE LETHUniDGE DAILT HERALD PAGENWB The fall drive of tlw allies boys opcued Last. uixlii. was no doubt a haul lLa MS jiush lining on. All (be bis euua weru lu action and iliey found ILB uiarlt ovcry lima. There were piled o( 'evident to Ubt until Mon- day with (Ue flrc-vorku going every minute. Kvcry mill showed uji to ad- vaulflgs Hiid iho first work oul was a bin suet ess, and as u result Canon wore a broad anifle all the evening. Every of the lu connection wllb ihu leadership aud boysiwprk conference appeared ou the programme last night and gave splen- did talks. They felt like talking, (or they emphasized Iho fact that last night's gathering Vfas Iho best leader- ship conference In Ih'e' whole coast to coast slrulii put ou lasl year. 'Opening Banquet Tho opening'conference supper was held In thc.LaBC-menl of Kuox church, Canon llacMlllen presiding. After the eats. J. Storey. IBo boys' man and leader of the team distributed sheets and the; way; lhat Lunch til young leaders looecncd-'up and sang iho songs Ihov liked when'tlicy'wero young, was ereaL The conference songs are dandles and a wolcooo rang In a breezy and elucidating'liiannor.- Toasts lo tlio King aud the Hoys In Khaki wero proposed. Tho laller by J. It. Oliver, and the rcsuouso by J. Morrow, President of tbe Returned Veterans Association, liotb men were original to Iho polul. Mayor Hardlo extended a welcome and freedom of (he cHy (o the dole- ;aies aud made A epeecb that showed bad not Jorgotton bin boyhood days. Mr. Storey gave a concise outline of "Cinidlau MoTement for lloii and training Tula lalk oullJurd the nay 111 which thd church- en, eunlay school associations, and the Y.M.C-A. all co-operating In boys' work through Ihe C.S f.T. tests, aud showed that Sunday School U the uoli and bajla fpr working out tbe whole schetne- Dr. Meyers, who baa a reputation for butting a punch aud directness TJto uls talks, spoke on the same subject ts Sir. Storey vril'u tie result Ihti everyone present had a clear couccpl- lou of Ibe scope and purpose of the C. S. E. T. work. E. Scrulou of Canary, chairman or the ProvlDclal Advlaory Comiulltco, apoka on the fun ajid Importance ot associations Ihe 'teen age fel- lows, and made everybody feel Ilka making a dpsperale errorl lo deliver the gods. Rev. 'j. P. :Westriun gave a pi Ucol denionslrallou of the C.S.K.T- tegls In [chartjce ficorgo wlikh iras, and Georgp waa given a rousing send olt for bis share of the ordeal. Those who "have'never seen ttio practical work of charllng, were ver> c-nthusastlc regarding tbe directness ar.d breadth of the program In tbe work .of helping a boy lo be a man. Today's portion of the program [s That is what Rabbi M. Shallitof regardiiiff a cure by Zam-Buk, of whick he gives the following particulars; "A short time said Rabbi, "a branftW hli llrtto to me and asked If I knew of wooW cvre tbe child of terrible skin with which he bad for three yeatr. The child's and were coTered wltbiorcs. The fJfjbt was shocking, and the cfalU had act for two years. As he was an oolr child, tke faUwr arid he .would give anything to have him cured, nt he fu4 already been, treatetl by many doctorf, each of .whoa vp the case as JncurabJe, he had nbont despaired of fladlnc, cure. Having great faith In I It, to cut Jongslory short; perseverance with Zam-Buk now ihc child. lie C'' fc-A Occr SJn: f keg lo tallly lLal my boy auBrred f skin docicwi tried lo cute, but in viin.1 Tbt nareton bu tya so Uiribjc thai for tivo years Lc via quite unable to MC. Zia-Kuk, bowreri lias a complete-and J.; -The Zam-Duk Ircaljncnt was W iy Mr, M. Sballit, Bibbiof Fdciibridgc, lorv.hicli 1 ibaULo erittful loh'uD foRter- >Vith hearty UianU lo'you', I KDiiin, Yours laitHfuilf, dJ E: KOMANUK. FR F F Se.d r nc.Cl.MJK Ic. Aunp (for reMrv iroparatory to Iho LuyE' conlorence tomorrow. Today Ilia the movement In the province era t worts They aro dltcueilug Ihe uly ot tlio men of Ihers and oWer brolhera ol tbo boys, o Ibe toyi Ihemselves. They are lu esblon lo the Y.M.C A. auditorium to 10 number ol nuout M gathered from _1 usrts ot Ihe soutU. Rev. J. P, Vettman and J. W. Storey ire the eaxlcra In tbe conferences today. ID Wesley Hall the blllellnc iglclratlon committees aro hey ure having a heavy task lo laXo are of the yo'ulbrul army. At II this moraine over 400 rejla rations had been received. Besides here were ejected 100 more from city EO lliai tlio total will be ver 500. one of tlic largeit convcn OU3 ever held In LctkbrldE', bl ar the largest boj6' conference ever eld In tha province. The billeting ooiDlltec la belne aWM by ago OJ-B' wiio we uC'uiiK aa guides In meet BRITISH 90 MILES NORTHWEST OF BAGDAD London, Nov. on. Ihe.TlgrtR river lu Mcuopotajn- la, ninety mile.- northwest of Bagdad, was oti-upled by the Urltlsli 011 November 6, llie war office announced loday. SEMI Ifld MEN Excellent work ha? been done by the local re.clu.Ulng coininliu-n for The Imperial flying Corps since- Sherllf Young and i. H. Oliver were appoint- ed to take up the work. Tills morn- j Ing transportation was received by lour >rounc men to go Lo for their llntl luterview beloro eo'.crlut the unit which Is now attra'.ilng su much atlentlou. The four men nro George E. A. Hlce of Sheplu-rd. Dun- lop aud Rtw; George O. son or Ottawa, Nov. rere- Walter Roj( and a brolher o! the ues for Iho months of the Major Jack Ron, D.S.O.; Fred M ear ending October 31 totalled Host, Uw "Indent In tbe offices ut J9.06C. Tor tbe tame period last 0. F, Harris, and Miller a well ear they were 1121.141X08. Tha In- known Commerce man. These meu reaiM revenue for the period was have recommended by Ilia ppro'ilmately Tha local comralllee and have passed their larsely due to customs' medical tesll. They will receive olleciions, which Jumped from tor several days alter Ihelr Win lor the llr.t seven months ol >i'Pee vlt" >nlj to Ka lo lait fiscal year, lo }01 763 123 onto early Hi December lor ihelr lull Expenditures on ordinary accounl r Ihe seven months totalled as against In Expenditures on capital account cached the sum of 1111213.362 of hlch via due to the war. equcs'ed [be aiipolBtmenl ot (ho fol- .owlue: W. T. It. Preston, London, lor Eng- land; Uodriey UaogloVs, TarLa, (or Pracic; II. llearuc. Norlh Sydney, C.U.. lor Cauada. PROTECT STREET RAILWAYS Vuucouver, N'ov, railway N'ortb will go Into bankruptcy measures are taken promptly- lo protect the caplljl invested in these undertakings, ac- cording lo tho views expressed In jn Interview Uere today by Wtlford Phil- lips, formerly general manager ol Winnipej Electric Ilailwiy. There Is nothing but financial ruin ahead ot tLe compauiei if the different civic authorities don't quick action to remove the jitneys from-tha streets, Mr. Phillips added. IIu declared the condillou of allairs will become Intol- erable and predicted Increased fares on' Canadian street cm nnleu ibf jitney Is removed. No Spooning Allowed IF you hs7e .been unfaTor- ably. impressed .with the flavor bf Roman Meal Por. ridge, sure enough you must have stirred ill Be fair to yourself and to Roman Meal) Don't stir it except while mix- ing: meal and water. Remem- ber no spooning, allowed.'! force of habit made you stir the porridge without-knowing you did so, perhaps. Just get package', make the porridge according to the directions. Surely-it is no i' r trouble NOT to stir Roman Uul porridge cfter mixing meal and water.' Dr...Jackson's makes Ihe most delightful fliT- orf'pGtiidje of when not Klirrcd, The rkror of trims liesln their DARK pjrts. Romin MM! la rich In tbe putt ol iheafindrye. It Is made from the WHOLE berries ot these Eralog, brinela( la you titty bit ol Iheir flavor. ..Romirj Mtal alw contalM; wheat-braq and flazieed; and you'khfrw how splendid. these ue lot relieving conttlfbthn, The flixsetd la Boraan Meal ll aMolottlf (istelesi and odor- less, rendered by t spectaj. fiMesi" by Dr. Jjtlnooi 1. Koeun Mml [in-nh ftiifljw- Uon, It'pailtirerr nlierM Anotntr laportut MOSKJI li rmu, tiraiiH h thw JnlCM ad tioi. g bradn frtkola.. t atkir itatf 4 irhlla Uck flaisecd Uate and odor. Don't alir eictft wUle DC the visiting boya at Ihe trains and onveylnE them to Iholr billets. The natter of securing accommodation for he boys is becoming ser'ous. ca aclly of the clly being somewha verUied, and Uie committee la very .nilous thai the householders o .elhbrldge Inconvenience themselvej s much as possible to help lake can if !he boya and make them com orlablc. Mgrnlng ScEilon The Friday morning session akeu up with the question of leader hip, and the question via frequentl. asked. "Where arc we lo find leader or Ibe That Is the bulsland ng problem of. Ibe G.S.K.T. work There Is every evidence that Ihe 500 OQO 'teen age uoys of Cauada are In crested In the big plan o! a Cana dlan slandard of efficiency lor boys to wake the public lo the nee of capable direction Is. (lie prohlei which must ba solved. After devollonal exercises conduc ed by Rev. E. J. llodglns of the Nort Letbbfldge United Church. Dr. A. W Meyera gftje a very excellent addres on the principles of boys' Ihe need of undertakln leadership and organlrallon ot 'tee ;e boya. Perhaps [he most Interesting pare i of the program was a demonstration or] Jundef Ibe C.S.B.T, Tlila was' undeftaken by Rev. J. P. Weelman, who had youth as a subject. The boy was charted on his standing under the Intellectual stand- ard of Uie leala and was rated aa 72 per cent.. efficient The. other atan: dardajrere not touched, but the tests ilio Include' the phyEical standard, toe.devotional standard and 'he ser- rjc'e Blandard, all of jrhlch'enter Into lie Hey.' leaders'ttrDscnt Uif ne- TuiAlng the'sfedar'schoo'l class the of the organization fo'r OS.B.T. work. Tho Idea of Lhe work Is lo help Ihe bor spend his leisure hours lo the best advanlage for him- Efelf and the community. IJe leisure nourj during the year. Shall they be conslnictlve or in the fourfold life ol the hoy? The discussion on'Rev. Mr.AVestman's sub- ject brought out the ficl Ihl't 'here M-ould have to be greater education "nf the public along the llnea ot boys' work, aad lhat. leaders would nave :to be Intereeled and Instructed In the manner'of carrying on Ihe-work. The dolegiln decided that DO better pro- gram of boya' work could j found than the O.S.E.T. and ltmt: all work should'be directed along those.lines EO Ihat h Canadian might bo sal'up. Speaking ol the lack of In- lereit on lie part of fathers1 and cr men.jn the boyg 6f tl7e coramunlly, Itev. Mr. Daker declared that u" lie had way (he goTerhment woulll conscript and put In Jail all men who are not Interested enough In the boys the nation lo lend their ltd and .Mr. Dalglelih, who to hire spoken at Thursday ovenlnj bah was present, at the morning.aes- and dellvared his address on 'The Boy and tha In which tie I'm preaod on tit delegates, p'reient'.'ttie need of Ihe boy lo 'thfe pnbllo In order that'Ihe public might come to a rcllliallon of Ha duly to- ward tlie boy. He aald thd JL challenge lo tbe older men of commimlly and that challenge mus bo accepted. Rev. Dalglelsh declarei also fathers were In 'the habl of playlnr Indian lop la Iher too prone Ip leays tjie de Ttloproent ot the many sided nature of the boy lo the mother when In 're allly. U Ii the falher'i 'work. -.He said II was the duty of the church to arouse ihc falhera lo their duly and-he be Keyed the then do ll; H1ROES AftE REINFOBCEO LL Col, Mm Arrl.'. to Sup- port Famous 22nd MontrciL-Xewa or Ihe aife arrlr'a In.Bntland of tne UBlh Batfallan, under P. t. BlondlB, has beeii recelTed wlU rauofc aallsfaollon here. Thfc 25Slh Bil lollori will reinforce the gallant' now In Ihe Irenchea :unde (he connund of Tpem- 12nd Uallallon n rawl tn- vlakle record a fighting unll, fain- ej CouretUlie, Lens, Ypria aad Vlmr ETerybody hu hwrd how, at Courctleile, It Ml of 11 6tltm and over half its rMt'.rjd His on cuii.lly fa tnded, after carrylnt oot a and was ou account ot pliD- Ic worta. Laet year tne- war cxpendl- urc for eame period was .47 and the public works expenditures The total for tlie same period lait year was The var eipendKure for the month of Oc- obtr vai The total net debt of the Dominion on, October 31 ivaa an ncreaea ot for Ihe month of October. 'mining ailer which-thoy will EO tor Jlylnf Itislructiou. Sir Hole already has hla cerunrnto as a lydraeroplAno pilot aod irMl on- F to complete the land flying course Mfore solog overseas. A Dumber ot other young men ara under consideration by the local com- mittee a of them inaj- bo expccled to go forward LOriu BiAYCrt IHAUQURATED London, Nov. new lord mayor of I.-ondon. Charlea A. Jlineon, wu inaugurated today with the usual ceremonies which, like all those elnce the outbreak ol the war, wore purely military. The procession through (lie alrecta was made up of naval and military detachments, Including rep- resentatives from the domlaloni. Steps are being taken to Increate Ihe wheat movement to the lake front Ottawa, Nov. the Military Act, the government have to appoint three scrutineers, two over- aoaa and one In Canada, to ECO that the; soldlera vote Is [airly taken. II la understood that the eorernnieot'a (election ol scnillneers is as follows: Col. Manly- Slma, for Col. A. T. Thompson, for England; J- A. Ofde; K.O., Otlawa, for Canada.' Sir Wlltrld who lias also tbe right to choose three scrutineers to act on behalf of the opposition, has 'IFitReform Greater Things, Better Done! Fit-Retorm has grown great, by doing tilings in Ihe better way. The finest hand tailored garments in Canada today, arc the products of the Fit-Reform workrooms. The winter sljlcs in Fit- Relorm Suits and Overcoats arc setting a new slandard in fine designing and tailoring. Fit-Reform points the way butter values, at any price you care to pay from S20 to 545- 210 McKELVIE McGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE CANADA The proclamation which issued on Qctolper 13th under the Military Service Act requires that each: man who is a member of; the First widowers witliout children were 20 years old on the 13th October, 1917, :ari4 whose 34th birthday did not pccur before January Ist; 1917, shall, ott or before the 10th -4ay of 1917 f report hirnself for military service, unless'application for his exemption shall then have been made'by hini or by any person entitled to apply in his behalf. _ What is Required rtit and rtcraatlon thrrmgh tlie fom Inf at Uxlr comrades from MM In ntrt with keen tin decided lo ttkt (finer nternAva on Any man in Qlass it has bjben done, must before the Post Omce closes from the a form for reporting for service or.a form for claiming exemption, fill but the same, andi hand it to theljPQstmas'tef for transmission to tlie'proper Pcnalt1" A J The Mililiry Act provides jithat .failure to fulfil the above; obligation entails a penalty foini viction to for an exceeding five Tht mUary JtnHct CtMUttU ;