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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETimmnr.E. IHILV FRIDAY, NOVF.MBF.R 17. Ifllli TKey Taste QUEBEC, CANADA AND THE EMPIRE GOLDEN 'GUINEAS J'OK GHILK OF OIIIMST'S IIOHi'JTAL Like More! the children have .all they want of Nothing could be cleaner, purer or more wholesome. Very few things are less expensive. Plain or salted. In Packages only. Have you tried our It's made with real Arrowroot North-West Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON ALTA. (From "The a I'ajier for tho Homo.) The Province is out of harmony with Iho rest of the Uoniin the of that Prov- ince have not enlisted in anything 1 tho sume proportion as their Engllsh- I speaking compatriots In the other Provlnuus. This 'disproportion can he partially explained. To some extent It can ho explained away. There IB a measure ot truth In Mr. Uuurassas contention llmt the readiness to en- list Is in Inverse ratio to the degree In which tho individual iB rooted In the Canadian soli. In the English speak- ing Provinces, tlie British hern enlist most freely, next to them the sous ot tho British horn, and next again those who are Canadian horn several gen- erations hack. Now the French people of Quebec are all Canadian born, as were their fathers, and grandfathers and great-grandfathers; therefore, in considering the question of their en- listment they should he compared not .with all the volunteers from the other Provinces, hut witb those of Canadian tilrth and ancestry. When this is done the comparison is not so unfav- to th'eni. Again, it is fair to remember that the great hulk of the population in Quebec lives in rural communities where the reaction of the outside world is much fainter than in towns and cities, .and where the. contagion of a popular movement is less keenly felt. Even 'in Ontario the enlistment from the country districts has been smaller proportionately than from the Undeniably also, the friction caused by the bi-lingual Question in Ontario has had its effect. In the state of feeling which has been developed, the very fact that Ontario was urging en- 'listment and finding fault_with Que- bec for iis.poor-fliiuwiiiB would tend to chock rather than to encourage re- cruiting in tho latter Province. But when all this has been we BAD, LIVER AND BOWELS Give' "California Syrup ot Figs" at teaspoonful today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If y.our little one is out-of-sorts, half- Bick, Isn't resting, eating and acting Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign tliut iis little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged' with waste. When cross, irri- 3 feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full ot cold, give a tea- spoonful of "California Syrup of and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile but of Its little bowels gripjng, and you have a well, Mothers; can rest easy after giving this liarmless "fruit because it never falls to-oleanse the little one's Jiver'and' bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full.directions for bab- ies, children'of all ages and for grown- ups printed on each bottle. counterfeit fig syrups. ydur'dntggtst for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of then see that It is made by the "California Fig Syrup riiERS WILL RECEIVE SOLD.ERS WLLRECEIVE future, each officer and soldier will be supplied with two identity discs to he suspended from the neck.. Though no explanation of the or- der for the innovation Is given, it is thought that the Cea is to use the British descent there Is a sentiment which the do not possess. When the Mother Land menaced the compelling "summons which comes to English Canadians, and to which they respond, is the call of the hlood. Ttiefe is no such call to the French-Canadians. They arc loyal to British hut their loyalty is passive. They know that years ago Canada passed by conquest from France to they accept the sit- uation; but they are not enthusiastic about it. Perhaps a little bitterness left by the sting of defeat remains even to this day. And, therefore, when a large number ot English-Canadians feel themselves under no obligation to fight for "Britain's rights" and Bri tain's king. It Is not surprising that a much larger number of French-Can adlaus should feel the same way. i I Now all this is unfortunate for Can adlan unity. Among the many prob iems that will press for settlemen when the war is over will be that o ithe future relationship of the Mother Country and the Dominions overseas the present form of connec jtlon, loose bw strong, Illogical but .effective, will give way to some sor of federation, no one can now tell But one thing is certain; whatever it constitutional form may be. the Brit ish us rather say the British endure Each Ireland, r ada, Australia, New Zealand, South have its own loyalty, but each will be loyal also to the great and splendid whole. What a calamity It would In this larger outlook, Canada should not he united, if, in the difference and, In some cases, tho op- position with which the carrying on of tie war is regahlcu in hoy reflect upon the general attitude owartls the Uritlsh crown and realm such Indifference indicates. Tho is useless anil the talk of vlo- lice which one sometimes hears Is jolish and wicked. The French at- itude is unfortunate, it is unjustlfl- bio; but it is partly explicable and we believe It can be changed. Hut t cannot be changed by violence. Vfter ali, a good many thousands of lie French-Canadians have enlisted or the war, and no battalions have ,oae finer work at the front than heirs. The surest way to kill every beral and pro-British movement mong the French Canadians, and to llonate the ooldiers of Quebec from heir brother Canadians who have ought beside them in Franc: arid :lamler3 IE to institute a racial "ti- ade. There is a better way. Lei it be loted that in districts like northern Vow Brunswick where the French .nd English populations are mixed, ho French have enlisted as freely as bo English. Why? Because they know understand. They have earned the British point of view and lave caught something of the British .plrlt. That tells the talc. We cannot create In the French- Canadian the instinctive British senti- ment bequeathed from siro to son; mt we can substitute for it another ;entiment, founded upon renson and ortified by a sense ot practical advan- age, and pride in the institutions and possessions that are the common leritage of all British citizens. In nrder to do this we must ourselves be rue to the best British traditions in nir dealings with the minority. While defending our rights we' must no! 10 indifferent to theirs. In short, if we vish to see the splendid Canadian patriotism of our French compatriots jrowned by a British patriotism the way lies through better mutual under- standing, though freer intercourse, hrough generous dealing, through pa- ience, sympathy and good-will. HIRES BLIND SOLDIER nt ruuu Following the custom, which even wr.r time docs not stop the KMs use Ixmdon, Enslaml. on St. Matthew's day received a newly minted Dumc.i re the recipient this year are here shown lined up wailing their al vit ajiiecu. S ilcd the Man: girhi RUSSIANS RETIRING Petrpgrad, via London, N'ov. capture the Aus- tro-Hungarian forces, which are invading Rumania, ot the village of Liresht in the Cara- .pulling area, is announced .to- day by the war oflice. The Hu- manians .also have exacuated the village of TlrguiiiuilJ in tho Jiul sector. Edwin Baker. B. Sc., who went from Kingston with the Canadian forces and lost his sight while directing the repairing of trenches shelled by the enemy, has been given a position in the depart- ment of the Ontario Hydro-electric lower commission. Sir. Bauer is an engineer. He graduated from Queen's and special- ized on electrical work. He has received the Military Cross from both the British and French governments. the urpose ot the at best' a per, tie former being red latter .POPE PROTESTS Rome, Via Paris, Nov. 18. Pope Benedict has sent a strong protest to AustrlB in connection with the aerial liombardment of Patea. and the j There are individuals and groups, whose views are reflected in certain- newspapers, who are moveu to Indig- nation and they mark the in- Ss I MAP OF STRUMA FRONT The towns shown on this map lie- ween the Strunia river and the rail- vay have been mostly taken by the British, tho latest being Uarakli- DJuma, southwest of Demrhissar. tho itter town being the Immediate ob- SIR BRYAN T. MAHON The new Couimander-in-Chief in Ire land. General Mahon is a close per sonal friend of Sir .Edward Carson the Ulster leader. It's Grandmother's Recipe to Restore Color, Glow and Attractiveness' t knows that Sage Tea and ..Sulphur, properly compound- ed, brings' back the natural color and lustrtf'to the hair when faded, streak- ed or gray. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at is mussy and trouble- some. .Nowadays, by asking at any drugstore for "Wyeth'r. Sagr >md Sul- phur you will gel a large bottle-of'this famous old recipe, im- provediby.the addition of other ingred- 50 cents. DontetjijAgiWiW ;lti can possibly tell darkened your hair, fts It does H so'naturally and evenly. You ilamptn a uponge or brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray disappears, and after another ap- plication or two, you.r hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy and attrac- tive. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- pound Is a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire dark hair and a youthful appearance. It Is not intend- td for the cure, mitigation or preven- tion ot D. Hlglnbotham Co., Ltd., DruESlsts, Lothbrirlge, Alta. Alammoth Unreserved AUCTION SALE FURNITURE, HOTEL MENT HOTEL BUILDING At the K. of P. Building, 427 5th Street S, LethbrMlge, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2Ut AT 130 PROMPT, UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. JACKSON AND CAMERON I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: One Hotel Bnilding, situated at the Royal Collieries, five miles north of Lcthbridge. A 2-storey frame building in good condition. Thirty rooms, purchaser to remove same. Plant, -heating: 200- tdaion with all radiator, and ning thereto. All lavatories, balK tufas, sinks, piping, with the water system; one 24 ft. oak ban, with foot rail, silver work board, one 24 ft Oak back bar with heavy plate mirror. FURNITURE: Parlor Furniture of'all kinds; Dinjng room tables and chain; Bed room furniture for 22 rooms; carpets; curtains; pictures, etc., etc., etc.; Large hotel range in good condition. NOTICE' The contents ot above house will be sold at above place In Lcthbridge as well ns the building which should be looked over by intending imrchauers is in good condition and consists of the best of material. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE PUT UP AT 3.30 SHARP. TERMS CASH: R- A- JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER Fiiit'st English Strip Bac- on, whole or half. Finest PealiiciilertCottagt Roll, 4 Ib. average, per Ib. 23c Dominion Picnic, Hams. 5 Ib. average. 18c Finest: Bacon, by the piece per IF A LITTLE GERM SHOULD GET YOU And liltle serms arc lurking everywhere, this cold, uncer Keep a lube of handy. It's fine for the treatment of catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, and other catarrhal affections of the nasal passages. Easy to and soothing in a tube to-day. Sold exclusively at Rexall Drug Stores. 25c. ft J. D. Uiginbothani Co., LW. DRUGGISTS LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA BURNS' SPECIAL ,25' Tomato Sausag Per Ib. Nothing Finer For Snn- liiy Moriiing Breakfast The Ladies of Lethbridge WHO BUY AT- THIS STORE -ARE UNANIMOUS IN THEIR OPINION of the superior the Southern Alberta .'grown meats we handle. ARE YOU GETTING THIS SER- VICE, MADAM? f Nothiiig but Southern Alberta grown meats sold. If its on the market we have it. DELANYS LI Fresh Killed No, 1 TURKEYS Fresti Killed No. 1 SPRING CHICKENS .Fancy Fresh Killed FOWL _. Pork Tenderloins Pork Spare Ribs SPECIAL Fish Days TUESDAYS FRIDAYS Atlantic, Pacific, Great Lakes Sea Food. P, Burns Co. Limited MAIN MARKETw-SBDr.AVE, SOUTH, PHONES 412 A 1388 DOMINION'MARKET COR. 4Tft AVE. 4 6TH ST. 3, PHONE 1654 PALACE ST. N., PHONE'431 ;