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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHuniDCiE DAILY HEJULD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918 the XctbbtibQC tfoeralfc IgtbErttge, Btberta DAILY AND WEKKLY Proprietor* and Publishers THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 �th Street South, Lethbrldg* W, A. Buchanan President and Managing: Director John Torrance - - Business Managor TELEPHONES �ulineae Office ................ 1252 Editorial Office ............... 122* YOUR BUSINESS The allied generals are attending to the military business of winning the war. The Allied statesmen are attending to the diplomatic business. Your business. Mr. Canadian citizen. Is to buy Victory bonds. The' generals and the statesmen cannot do their work unless you do yours. Buy bonds, and buy your full share! Don't sit back expecting other men to win the war for you and to hand you the fruits of victory on a platter.-Winnipeg Free Press. SEVERAL DEATHS OCCUR AT TABER six o'clock, Mr. ^rchjo Loomfe, one of the young buelneee nten of tho town, was cut theprevailing scourge. Hp contracted tho dlsonso some ten days before In the pursuit C his cccu-i pulton as undertaken. Almost immediately it developed into a virulent typo, paaaltis from atnpe to singe until it cutmlnat*d In his death. Tho funeral wa? held on Monday at It a.m.. the business places Vine closed at that hour out of respect for tho do-ceased. Archie "Was popular with his fellow business men and throughout the whole community ami will he 1 ..... ' Rreatlr missed. The heartfelt sympa- .!>.-,. '"!r own i\irrpniimD , thy of all go out toward his bereav-| Tabiu'. Nov. P.-Mr. I,. E. l>iind B.A.,! ed wife, lying prostrato of the same ; F..1).. recently principal of tlu> Taber : malady, and toward the mother and j ceatr... s.\'i.h-i. has hern opcrati-l on other relatives Who mourn his loss. ! for u;>t!endicltiw ,(-cnvalc�-, Mr. I.oomis is the fourteenth 'Pitt j ch-K m the hospital n*. Prlti.-t.; victim in the town of Taber i Albert. | The death of J. B. Wllkle of LeUi- On Thursday. Nov. r.h. Mrs A. K. � bridge has deeply touched many of the I Witislow i'.is--,.! ..way after a pro-' residents of Taber by whom he was Influenza Victims Increase-Enforcing Mask Order-L�n*es Golden West Mine R ICKED UP IN ASSINGI , FOR THB BUSY MAM 2 Subscription Ratsa: Daily, delivered, per week . Daily, delivered, per year . Dally, by mall, per year ---- Weekly, by mail, per year .. .15! .. JT.ol) . .$4,00 . .$1.50 ! ally proclaimed r> republic uty Kbert. socialist louder, and chancellor. Thus has ovi with Mop-as redout. �rak'.Mt the all other.-. :m in 'ler- many, and therefore responsible for this war. The retribution has been swift. Ills action is acknowledgment by him of tho utter defeat of the p.nv-ers of might in which, for more than four years, he has reposed his confidence. Little more could be asked hv t'.ie Wceki'y. by mall, per year to U.S. $2.00 ! Ka|ser ,h(. nian u,)o Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- ! was responsible for tniiitari pear daily on address label. Accept-' ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscription. ^ PROFITABLE PATRIOTISM If the terms of the Victory Loan were less favorable to the Investor, ths monsy required should* bs forthcoming. The patriotic spirit of ths country should respond to the call even If It required some sacrifice. But in this case patriotism and profit are combined in an on usual degree. The rate of tfrtereet allowed-5",^ per cent.- la high, so much so that the Minister Is pretty certain to have too much. Certainly the inducements o the Investor are all that any. body can seasonably ask. Five and a half par cant, is a moat generous rate on a security of the vary highest grade, and when iron add the exemption from tax-atron you have a combiafctlon of advantage that Is rarely found. It ia altogether probable that the tempt I np terms will bring considerable money from abroad. But ths home subscription Is ths desirable thing. There Is ns excuse) for anybody, who has means to invest, falling to subscribe for the Victory. Uoan. There Is no ether available Investment which combines so many elements of security, and profit ~ Journal of Commerce. longed ami s-"-ere iilatfrom influ-, etna and ptientiioiiU. She leave;- a husband and 'our c'ctidreii to mourn her !The ' was held the next day, the Hev Thos. I'i'.ilos rail-d'S'-:ln>T the i.t'entt-sit service This sad i;ov.s tnale a profound iinpro .sion u; on tin- (ii'.i'.Ru:iMy from 'he f,u-t the infant daughter of Mr iiionih-d'se.w ; \\ o The p.-op!,' .ci^hlieri'.noil have �sn e o:' their^etlier to bear Vi Ml- . to ''!' : a I! irm WILHELM TAKES HI* OWN1 BITTER 4EOICWE The Kaiser and the War Lord* permitted Russia to ps�n Into the bands of lievolatiensrief. not because they sympathised with tie Revolutionists, hut, Jn order to destroy tho usefulness of Russia to the allied powers. The day of reckoning for the Bureaucracy of Germany has cpwe not too swiftly, but surely. The revolutionaries cure driven the Katser from the throne and Germany le destined to be a Republic. It may not go to pieces as Russia has dose, for the destinies ot the nation i seem to be in the hands of saner and ; snore level-headed leaders then was I the case in Rueeia. The Kaiser began the war with one purpose Jn view at any rate, and that was to force the powerful Socialist element into unison with the war party In a eo-tennod defensive war. He thought that by so doing he weald etiflev the movement for greater deuv ocraojr. He succeeded well up until lately. The Oermaa people blindly followed the war lords and thinking that out at the war would eome a dominant Germany. Fed np on Ilea, they never i allies than has already taken p.ic ! Germany. It Is true that we like to see tiio allied armies 'their way to l.rrlin. ami there dictate peaco,. d upon as a wild hope, almost impo-sibli; of accomplishment N'ow it ha* hen accomplished and thus has Germany admitted her utter defeat On July IStli. the Kaisers crimes were at the crest of a triumphant wave ..nlch had pii.-hed the allies back within nr. miles of Paris and le>> ! the British little room for matioeiiv.o between the battle front and the Kns-llih Channel. Then came the stroke that showed the wisdom of the action of the allied governments in placing supreme crmy command in the ban Is of one taan. aud that man Marshal Foch. the (treat French stratoctelan. From July lfc. just a little more than ,100 days ago. th� Kaiser's place in I the sun has been steadily growing dim-] mer, and Saturday he passed out forever as a power for evil In war-ridden Europe. Tho abdication of the Kaiser is not a bluff to fool the allies, either. Had It taken, place slz month* ago, it mi�ht well have been !i>ol;�d i:po:i with suspicion. nut today, -h'- reasons are vastly different than  iuH have been offered on months *ko. Today, the people of Gci-tn.iny, with the knowledge pounde I into tin'tti by th� blows o! i'och's ennqu -Uri; armies, have lost all their eonfid. nc.:l i.l'lCi'de evii1 p.chy by c'v.hhmi; a.i iimeral expenses. The new matron uf 'he T:ib"r hospital. Miss !!itn;er with Mi�s Maxwell, nurse, arrived �t: Wednesday Both , onie fr.en the ;;en,.| ii h.xpnal. i>a- VidsLUJ. H.'SK. IVr l!n past two ueeK, ;:ie ,oai on' put at the Canada We-t nutie ha-, been st 'ndily d"creasir,c j>� tl'e influenza has -(e.'ea.!. with tlie ^result t.iat on l'riday niieration.s �ere -iispi nd-'d nn tii Tuesday and possibly loni-vr in the hope that the disease might he broupiit under etintrol by tint time Non-Majk Wearers. Dr. John A. Locke, of Cardinal, Out., died after a month's Illness. I Dr. .las. 11. Stapleton. n Loudon, Ont. i physician, died from influenza.  � U. II. Tanney, well known citizen, of ; Fort Qu'Appelle, is dead. Albert Monkman. pioneer Winnipoc ! lawyer, la dead. Hamilton lawyers will raise their | foes 20 per cent. j well known and highly esteemed. Ills' - offhanded manner, ills strai(fht-f�r-. Ernest S. Newport, editor of (Inward manliness, his onthusln-m for : Heseronto Post, died of pneunioiiia the host things as well as lils many j - -- cifts of honrt and intel!�rt combined : '-uv- Father I'lacid. a fhath..-". tint., to make him a strong npifttietlc ehar-jprlest who went to Frnncf'with l'. 3. | actor whose charm was irresistible, j troops, died In France. | We sh.aM miss the inspiration of his - and frequent visits and join v i!h his many' Dr. \V. T. Stott. thirtv-tliree years, liad friend" scattered throughout Canada President of Franklin (.'ollece. I-Vank- ; two in mournlnt; his loss. ! "n, Ind.. Is dead. .Miss Lily ijhand. the new sienoRra-' pher of the Hank of Commerce, arriv-eil on Saturday from YnunRstown. Miss Rhodes, the present stenograph- : er is belnK moved to Marieod. DO IT EVERY TIME ituiiwnys in the t'. S wiiieh now pay! wages monthly are to get orders to pay semi-monthly. AI MACLEOD YEI ! Orders for .I.OOO.noo.nnn cigarettes 1 for the i*. y. army have been placed | by the War Department. I C. F.. Stenton. proprietor nf the Al- ; ' berta Hotel. Hanff. died from Influenza. ! Capt. Ceorge (filbert Brlrknr. of j Waterloo. Out., died of Influenza at Uordoaux, France. lOvrry tinie you make a purchase, go where yots know the. Quality Is always right, and where you V certain to Ret FULL RETURNS for overy'cent yO� spend. ' W'e want you to know that, when you make a purchase .a a Mason & Ttlsrh Store you aro Retting; instruments or goods of the HIGHEST STANDARD AND MERIT, and Ihnt our PRICES are the VERY LOWEST consistent with the quality products we carry. A champion In the bargain tine came to us yesterday In part payment for a hew Msoon a\ Rlach Player �lano, Its a Plank A. Co. Piano--an Instrument worthy of the meit" ey asked and we'll make good this claim to your full satisfaction. It'i yours for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LtTHBRIOQI (Inr priivi.-i' ;,*! piic have been ne>;o their ma-ks or liavp l> ler t he d'lu-ion t h it � ;o >,.� worn a* " who .ire wea came out of the ark. nan. ' ii:g un- Manv lln>pital Nurses Laid i:pi The Canadian Pacific Railway Com : party has contributed S!7.0fi.nnit to the | Victory Loan. -Four Deaths ir. One Mcn-nortite Family 111,.,- n; per,oils  tin^ !" wear  �ii ialxiriug un-hi>y .."re meant atl.e kerchiefs. c ip v.ho pinch-rim: ;na^k� that not ye; ar- J. P. Murphy. Cariboo pioneer, loo-i ther of Mr. Justice Murphy, of Van-' courer. is dead. rived in town, but warn he (iocs he will have tir.e pickings Nick Kosnm'i.. an Austrian miner. r,'.� years ot age. ejietl on Friday, Nov :oh. j;i t!n> iv-t-on of il'r'ei oinr Own Cnrr�,�r"nii' ui Maeieod, Nov. 10-During the ex _ cteuvnt Thursriny. November 7th.! Cap, ^ T ,. c.ulltoyle. who rw tne declaration of peace. Miss, ,,,aC,rl,d ,, l),.|BTave. before the war. Kiik. n�iy daughter ot Dr. Kirs, while flt w,|ev c Engbnrt stepping from their car to the pav-1 nvnt. slipped and fell on the pave-: ,cv T M rif\lvr. n..\ . of Kelfleid. �-ncki.rd put the Kill it; ir-'is! ina'ogtiunt form. At one tl:ii� !> -o-enied to rally utter hi?! lunrs had been tanped of i i .ittduetcd on Sunday by M;*ist.p Hay tics At tb- !> I of !..- i',:a me.-ttttK h-ld In the > Miit;.':! eha.tiVr �n Nov. '-th the se,r. !a;> u.s riii'e'd to have neti.e jirs:--� : '.r.d ;>o-t �lfe anil .laughter, he body of n man drowned In the La-i bine Canal wan buried nn that of Ar- thur Marlor. N'ow (he police have s wlro from Matier, who sailed from Montreal on the barge fl. II. Dunn, and who Is now In Toronto. Mow the Canadian cores hail to fight thirteen divisions, comprising eighty-four enemy battalions, at Cam brai la shown In a letter which the J Minister of Mllltta has received from j Major-Om.erel Sir Da�ld Wataon. 'commanding the 4th Canadian Dlvi |i�lon (Buy a Victory Bond). ral new ruses each .lav from both ' town and nolii'ry a:;;;:ig the new nr.- Dr Auld of St.'.v�dy, who has etna, a: id! that agn .1 t ciiM-ti: duli.ifi. Tin- ^ �-: tO ll'lll' J) clUilfe (11 i'!-i! hfu'.th Oil' been working day and night nnd was overcome with tin* dr�- id dueasc At the !i icpital all the ti'irsetl �re down but one Help ba� i .nne from the t'.uhorit and otheri trom town are dotiu: all they can ,. keep thtngx Koine until other tm: arrive. Ke.uh and Co r. pert about half their staff off from the epidemic, the head of their grocery department. W. Shli-M has been off all week and with great rare may return In a few day*. The bank staffs have received Inoc-dilation which may defer many of them from being Ivd up. In the .Meiiconlt - colony, one boy .�� M instructed (lf nino ymrt ated durinit the week. A hotelkeopor at Wllliainsport. I'a Is questioning In the court', the le I lO- il- cloilng the �aloon� during the d are prepare! u> Ir.noculate d.'-:re tti-j:m*at The f..e ;ieti for a complete treatment. t, oT two itiriijc-ulatsoa!', Is two Ir.tluenza epidemic. i The American Fleetric Hallway �' ; Association declared in favor of (ir.v i eminent ownership of traction line, and for a doubled fare Seven million ton's o' coal a year have heen saved by industrial plan1 . through putting Into effect sii.tite.-t i..n of the V. ?. Fuel Controller. Harry Leonard lias been appointed "Instructor of Courtesy" on the Ivnn sylvan!* Hallway system He will teach politeness to ttuln crews. ' i r -. !"! :, lilt till extremes and establish a ralicn of Bob w|1( (t. , ( r sherlsn as happened in Hussia after \n c�th ii v..-. - upkeep ,,f : 1'be r.'.iii-.i>*-r . in fill Ikiii.h wl:er� there it Influenza. li'-i-r \s** roiniested �� ihe (luarantitie re-i to .-,.'i- that the diii-�:iie� affected Is pro-Tiie Imard of health h the abdication of the Czar? Or will the fear of the advancing allied arm-lee cause Ihem to establish a Mable people's government immediately. Car-tain it is that the allies must have a stable goTernment in Germany to deal with, and If the Germans themselves cannot establish it, an allied army oi a� in provisions for - temporary hospital, patfirt, in in* nun-Vital on Saturday utr.- t�i-nty-aevtm. M -t of (neae are t,u th� roaj to re-Voiy. ji.d alii .-non be relBaaed taew.. the tacts. The cause of the j occupation wiU hare that ahead W�r wgeMttrfhoted to Ressts, rrance jof It> Jult Ai th8 a,,ig ,,, navft M Bngland and the populace bellev-; u,k ot elUbllshin'g a stable K�vern-d. Germany was gotag to win the war ment ln nusala Abdications by Vu they were told and like little children i Preme monarchs la Kurope have (key credited H. America had no j ahown this more clearly t!l9n the ah army and if It had one. It couldn't e�t dtcjktioo on Saturday of the Kaiser, across the Atlantic, was another bit of fictlog, that they accepted as true gospel. During recent weeks their eyes It are been opened and their minds cleared and their angry passions aroused. The deceptive policy of Kaiser-dom didn't,work. The troth has been revealed, tile populace Is up la anna, the Kaleer ts off- the throne end la Hollaud and the Social Democrats control the destinies of U)e, nation, Wtlhelm gloriously boasted be could gwey with a speech. The Kaiser's medicine for Russia tie bow has to awallow himself. The day of retribution has arrived. The Sell One ie tooaiag for a place to rest fcil keed- Hit avsatual resting place ghsVKld be In the most desolate, wretched lead on the face of the earth, so a to prepare bim for the future he �0 well deserves. whose claim that he ruled by divine right was one of the main reasons for the bloodshed of ths past four years. Four .'uv. been (Mlet.t Chief j-.i; him deii-rv* Ij.'lnp f-ffT epidemic 1 lll'e -Ct' ' hiid New-r iiKa. Tabi-r un'i Vt 'itl.l  vt;, N r ,v 'l i > r K offbi..; ,|: = i WtldnVi r f.f wire trail firew-orkr .i i The congregation of Cooke's church. They noiv report no further canes at : Kingston, lias decided to invito It.-v pre-.-nt In thl" Siitrlrt In one lious.-' \y Taylor Dale, assistant minister of the father and thr. � of the children (,>,),,., rhurch. Toronto died in one wsek  - Preparations are t,ein�; made for a j There has been a falling oil of celebration that wtl! niako tho Kaiser j ,om(. -tjr.n.himj tons in tint coal produc-wl�!i he lived in Vacteod and was a j ,ion ,,f Maritime Frovlnci-r this resident of Alberta | year. j i'repaiatioii. for a clop for 1919 are ]  ; public that thoy 1 itlll goins on all over tho country. In- mi,, Annie h. Miller. ii A ot Ayr, i*u coat! Ihutloiii i some paits plo-n.'Snt-.g is lielng done, (iaK lippn app,,iuttd un ih>- t.aeiiins ! ard discing and newly broken proirle rt|Cf( ,( um Woodcock Collegiate at land is general ->n the Blood Heserve ; ., M�iary of Sl.TtiO per annum, under tiie able management Of Ag- n: , - pilswrnli. over So'cj acres was broken i Output of shell* In linti-li iiituu-duiing this year and,the tractors aro i (j0n t,i(,ats ii W.wn tons dally. Nine now busy discing in preparation for i tenth.-, ot tliis eucrmous output of next season a crop, and with an onliii- j ury yield will g:.e a good return for' a!f assisting .* ..:,.t tb - tii'lch prair.e for their un-> ::: iouking after tin- 'Flu ! m trying in i ombat the i.  .'�. - � a burnt �- 'ti- 1,1- l.est �e forget .'. .i p. I .-'.uil itl lie'i.1 ie.otli! pi-rad- � r- we are a'. .Miiutrsal, l.otjdun may go u :;,i over ii!,h-- oigif-d "Conklin''- ii, nearly lr nnd thfir lot/'!*o! taV-u iiiimy ot iln I'l'jod resent- for mall corapured nut all the old i >(u\ .sliapi� fur ill-The Hlood Indians coa! on ihe north eii^t   ami tlnd a leuily ie out Tiieir crop n>'id for the pa-.: hi ions being cut, - the. 1'iegaiis h.ue � - stock over In till! i-i.'-ling duiing tin- In 1918, remember l�l*l The (Jerman braves proved to cowards. --gain Live 4nd t-easet Mine. Mr T N! Watkius has st mil, deliver fie i,t--l be nit tlUl CGX, bone and totu prices. W� * nr.'; U-- rotnllig winter. The older indjana are learn ' very happy ovt-r the n'rospert of the en'i of the ivar hettig near, ieisfii tne , tiie,willing workers during � and is I'lepai.-d to the r)u omdemii- ai� flu' ,S,tlv�l-0;i liiali"- of lump and Arfu'y iiu-inti.-rs.. si'veral mirae:-- �ln> UliKfli Altirita fiv� lit/have hoiiit-, of thei.- own iUltf UOl the *�d�l�t and et i ot k l�oi. 11, a-it, the Itev. W. A ' L.;wis, who since the day ot hit itiiiju home'Usta nut aui tiie member;! of cea.ied to hjituU his timu KuinK from Death occurred of Jatne- Kendry, ex-.\l IV, i-x-Muyor of Feteriinr.i l|-was Jilesldent of the Aubuni Woollen Mill^, and was born in Oih.iwa in 1K4.*i Five hundred t-nloied wiuneu in Norfolk. \'a . have Volunteered to lake 'lie place of colored men in nffn-� uiiildingH. so that the latter may join t ne army Itobert I collier, puliiisiie, ..: : tin: 'I'S, military iiiiiinintie- miiuh frmii Hie front, ikheie lie ha been doing some writing I'te. i iaience A Speny. o! tin- I Is AlillJ, ,-eillellced til (1 .Uil le-c.illre , he .\�h ii.isenl willioiit in visit ills paralyzed wife, hi-:, le-en m t free I i>y order of ('resident Wilson NOTICE 1 Military Service Act, 1917 EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT Tin' following Regulations, recently approved by the Governor General in Council, impose strict obligations upon every employer TO ASSURE HIM-SMK THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIITION IS IN POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING THAT HE IS NOT IN ANY WAY IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT. _ An employer who is charged with having a defaulter in his emplov must he able to prove THAT "HE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS ISSUED BY THE REGISTRAR OR MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION at the time when the employee wa* taken into his employment, and that it was reasonably established to his satisfaction 1 hat the man was-not in default under the Military Service Act. It should be clearly understood that the Canadian Registration Certificates given on June 22, 1918, at the ttv ' i "ruer;1 i o-o! n-atJon, u\ n0 way define the .-.Intus of ,t man under the Military Service Act. rno r�W ar� leaving the sinklm  Grad*. XI in �ur High iiooi depart house to house. waliii�.ua �tll who, ahlp ot autocracy Hindy'n autoe will m�k� taor.d fir* wood l�W. ln the London military disliict. spe  lally ufcciihiiiK the action to medical rertsdn,., (he deputy registrar mailed to '^,500 draft'es (,n tana leavo ean-fellutlons of their calls to repon The criminals who flee ac-n,�s boun-dari�i uoar have royal company tqn. Magrath has made a great record ln the loan drive. It is out to win ten crowne. Good work, Magrath A call (coin liiiinaiuiel Baptist l lil'lel,, lliaiittoid. to Itev. Aioirnw Smith, late of Tor- Harwell, and previously of Harric- ami tin- West, has been ncrepted by liiui. 10 take offect KAItlft't ABDICATION wirr AfTRiauTioN �r Wilh�lm, ttmpmror ot Ger for 30 yean, baa followed the ftlBr'f O* C|�r NicboUi of Rjseia 94 Cur Ftirdiaand-of BulfarU, &nd b|C �Mlt�ts�e� tiieir-various itt-t-d* auti-lires out what siiy his last iiuile'.in iibiled in tli* 'I'a- ; lie preacher, iua�rmi�h t>B i'e 'f b>-r Times, he in imposing on tjiem, as utito one of Hie least of Ifcese, ye did collateral leading in literature, i n unto Mo." i Holmes' Iliad.' Tminyson's Taasing [ - ---:-u � ,��'.. of Ai-tiiur' and Macsulay'a Pitt.' This, TWO YEARS TO DEMOBILIZE v/tu sure keep ihfciii Kuessing, and. American Troopg Have Year'* Work iear!, t'lein tliat the way of the trans- j Ahead in Removing arbed Wire. Kreasor ;� hard. N'ew Voik Demobilization of* lie! at once Stella Margaret, ageU I y�ar�> aud  Americm forces iu Krance will reijuire , - '� iii(j!itii�, otiiy cii'id i .Mr. aud 41rs.ja period of two year* after peace is' Win. K Wilson, mana^c-i- of ihe i harie^ iHlsrrini. died .Saturday- after-1 declared, according to a statement Koya) Kruit Co. anil (lias, (loidon. noon after a week'.' illness from JnMu-jmade here by Gen T. t'oleman Uupont, sales manager for i'. Hums a. Co , both t-nza aud \iiieiitii(iiiia. Kor several i wlio haa just returned Iron) a two � well known lalmonion lm anu?-. men, days the bright >j;ihk life hung in the J mr ntha* visit in the wetitoru front lied from influeiua. balance and hope.-, weru i.-nterlalned . ihe influenza, ami tho other In | of a long deiuobilh>:ttinu, as U'OX had ihuiguii with the. earn of her j to thai of a long war. Mi-i White, who is lying pros! "One of our gtmerais asked tne," f roin .-till iiei'-' trato 01U Si.f.diiy MoruitiK Nov. Huh, �>. ht said, "to teil the people at libme that our boy* iiajui a year's work ajiead of tliein it) J|.t.(Min4 the barbed wire the 'linns*' fflitrev ttrung across /�'riuc�." sioiied (ilii successor will he George V, (iilisone, K.C.. a prominent Quebec City lawyer. Tiie will of l'aui Keith, Hie son of the originator of modern vaudeville, leaves the residue of an estate esti mated al $15,000,00(1 to be divided 1. w i j |ii i>oii w ho cut-jiloj.- or retains In his eorvlc .ins man who bun deserted or i., ;ili-en> ailhoill lea.e (rum in-- '.iiiadiitti Kxic'lii'tonury ror.-e. or v.ho Is iu default in the pci'fiirirttiiu'c of any obll-paliiin or requirement for reporting or tor military, liiipoieil upon hilO bv the Act or Itcgulaiions, or any procla-m it Ion ihereuiuloi', shall be cullty of un uffeiicti punishable on fiuimiaiy convict ion by imprisonment not exce FOU Ills INSPKOTION. and l-' it was le.iibonably e^-lablisheil to his Kuilsfaction bv i lull imiuiiy nnd papers that the miin was not u dusertcr or absent trom the. force without have, or in default in respect ot any of tin- obligation* or require-;iK'n(s aforesaid ' "106a. Kverv person who HAItUOUHS OH HOWBAhf OH IN ANY WAY A8HJBT8 ANY MAN WJiO 18 A DteSKKT Kit OH AllBBN'T WITHOUT 1.RAVH VHOM THB CANADIAN KXI'RDITIONARY FO�Cl. or who is In default In .tho ptr-fonnance of any ohlUgatiOn or requirement for reporting or for military service iinnoeed upon him by the Act or Regulation)' or any proclamation thereunder, shall be guilty of an offence punishable upon aummary conviction by iniprUonment not e�-eeeiliug six months, or by if penalty uf not leea than One Hundred Dollars and of not more than Five Hundred Dollare. or by both such imprisonment and fine, unleaa such - pnraon prove that he waa not aware and had no reasonable (round to suspect that Ihe man no harboured, concealed  or (inina. was *� desorter or absent from tie- loi'ci-w without leave or In default iu respect of a*-y of the uliiiKationa or laoulreinenta aforesaid." MlLlTJUtV BKftVICK BRANCH. ;