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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TO V^ILSON. SN^^^Y� 23.~Thf .F.rtnch.-'paiaed uinanimouaiy already adopted by bar paying .homBge .to i|yVII*an.DA1LX' HE^^ ? REHEARSAL OF - � DEMOBILIZATION 6&oks�| tfb wiiWtaJ one; ^and that; tl^Q-;ii0ld|Dr-boKgar, who; was so' famiMir, a vilfeure to our fdre-' tatbers ini,tho 18th anil 19th cent^^rles, will not,be i^i obi^c|t?cA:lttatA)^iag^ a)nd charity ^ftf. Mi^l^d bt labors/In individuo war, or intends to present nt the dress rehearsal here :'"'^ Z*"^'' 'Jie war In Wilts.hire, will described. A scheme for the demobilization of not be sent to Scotland-with a solid body of his comrades; he will bo in- thearmy after tho declaration of peace dlaft ^taken to'Wiltlh-f for has been prepared bv tho War Office ThJ^h� ^ dispersal, in conjunction with the "Vlinistrv of La-.'T ^ '? ' ?r ^^"'^'^ P^i'l'^PS bor. \ has beelt re'rea^r^LTbrsm^^^ '''' ers for flaws of detail. One of these rehearsals or espSri mental dispersals took place at camp not very far from London, and - ? ' TO THE BAPTISTS OF ? ? ALBERTA ation. Kpr\aale at ai/l.'^^OruB-gltta. Recommended by J. D. ;Hf|inbetham Co., Limited, Dr�ini�ta,f >. hearfc-rendirig liews-items Iroiii Belg^^^ " being rescued trbm thei hellish tyi^ilny,6^ poor Belgisins are in large mefisure in the last stages of want. Every cent you caii dend to them NOW will help to feed a f famished patriot or clothe one whose meagre ragsVill never keep out this winter's cold. V / RaiaeYomFvmdand^ndltlnl^ ' Perhaps you cannot spare as much as you would wish, but go around among your friends, plead Belgium's cause, colled: all you can in every possible way, and turn it in QUICKLY to you^ jwal Gonimittei^pr to^H^ ' Picture these hungry and stricken people, of, whom the Master said," "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these .... This i* an imperative call for HELP! Make cheques payibie *i�d send^cohtribtilions to >i')rto 1 (Reghtered uhdfcr thVWar ehapities Act) . ' t0 7ourtdcaI^mniittee,orto HeadQuartersf 59 St. Peier St.. Montreal. -say, tiie rlfl^-Ihe man had 'to repair to another place to give an everything it recognizes that' In this he placed his private bejorig-ours is a citizen army, and that citi-j ings. At the same'%ime he handed' zens are man with homes. Then it is over his equipment, including his rifle based on the assumption that men and (presuming him to have , come who have sacrificed so much for the from France) his steel helmet and gas ^ake of their country are entitled to mask. If any important article .rwere all consideration which can be allow-j missing-ed them consistently with the 'common good. One such Consideration is explanation. Here the officer in holiday at the nation's expense, charge of the draft was called in; to Fundamentally, it realizes that there corroborate or cominent on the man's would'be no .kindness to the indivi-"story. A satisfactorv^xplanation end- . ----------- diial and no advantage to thie commun- ^ed the matter. Otherwiae the soldier! here / to state' the outcome for each ity in forgetting that the.soldier has was debited on his dispersal certifi- soldier. First, he gets ah out^t-wofk to earn his-living after resting awhile cate- with an amount corresponding'insurance policy securing liim, in th? from his military labors. Not mill-, to the deficiency. J3ases of this kind event of unemployment; a weekly siim, f,,.,. o^-T--- 1------- - " the maghitndie of wbich will be dieter-; mined ,later. .In, return ,loir his dis shall jkeep their uniforms, but - shall return the greatcoats jin the conclusion of their furlough.^ Their uniforms they may weifr for twenty-eight days after dispersal, and thereafter on "special" occasions only. The "documentation" of the.man is more complicated /business, and he pass through, several offices before it is completed.' Men and wonien clerks, however.vseeraed to, enter, very earnestly into the. rehearsal, and did their work quickly and' carefully. All the entries, too, were checked at a separate desk. It will 'be sufticieiit tary convenience hut social recon- i would be relatively tew Btruction is the- mainspring of " - ' A man left ~ mx. "~r -o the the equipment shed in his uniform and LaboT MinTstrv �T^.i^�f'''^>.^^ '"1� carrying onlrnis greatcoat andtHe pei^al t7ctet hrieVeY^^V'rpr^iectib^ titles him to a sum in advance at dnce, the remainder of liis deferred pay and whatever gratuities may 'bu voted by the Government being payable in three equal instalments dtir-ing the furlough on presentation- of the ce'rtificate at a :post office. A la-bfel for the return of^hIs greatcoat at the end of twenty-eight day's Ib'siIeo issued to hlin^and- the papeVs, which include the reicQ�d^of his military service and a* railway>warrant for his journey, are put into an envelope, on '�which is plainly marked- the' iiuni)jer 'of his railway group. By means of that number ho 'finds *tliose of his comrades wfep are Vgolng-thO: saine Ayay- home"; they-are �^arnad' of 'tbe time of the train's departure, and finally taken to the station and seen off. Tlie man'is at-laSt demobilized.- ' Th^l'^bcuflients ji^yfe beenslmi^^ mlhlihum. Evfcn so, iho ^number, of them will be in' the aggregate oiibr-moi^s. It vis estimated that demoWl-izatloa will take' forty-five- liiflliort forms, A system of codes w'illyonable tho War Office to kee.p-.ju touch, with progress, and to tell by rapld.^refer-ence how many men in any category or gr6i>i3 have" been discharged' in-a particular^rea; The number "of dispersal ,;eehtres which the scheino pro- ' poses to establish..is eighteen. Shonld men pour in too quickly tlie number of .dispersal lUiiits at a-tenter wonld.be increased/As many ' as' three might be attached to one centre. But here it becomes necessary to warn tho in--gsnious arithmetician against at-temptlngVtd calculate the time - coqi; plete demoblliaation -'\vourld: �bccdpj':' The suiivjnay amuse, 'but^-wijljiioi eri-ligiiten' Him. 'Factors which are' by' lio means ma,themalical enter into tho [problem. ' jtryi this! Your hair gets gloaay and abundant at once. wavy, 'X Mp.bo poBsessed of a head of heavy, i^beaiiitiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, .v'!i�a'?y and free from dandruff is mere-:-;'ayi,matter of using a little ^aii- li la �*�y and inexpensive to have �Stikjiise, adit, hair and lota of it. Just *:';it*t|� i�^ll bottle of Knowlton's Dan-'--j,-j^erine aoiv-for � few cents-all drug (m^:miet!M TiB6omm6n& it-apply a little as ;ii;ii�S&t�a?>iBidi^^ ten.minutes .there kil^fttSl b^^m-rivP^^'rance of abundance, j%litrmn(iaaj flufQ^ and an iucompar-:fSmfib'l(|^i^''i�i�''ln�trt^^ as you .iijfilsirllU'yott cannot find a trace of dan-'!riiient is ifuaraiiteed.^^ more-^tHa^ a'c|uarter of a century StATkttel^'9 UnshrinkablelJndLeryf Hais been the Caiiadiai\sta||ciar4oCc|tiality,workmaiis^ and valuie. ^adt in Combinations andTwo^ Piece Suits, in full length, knieand elbow length, and sltitveless, for ^en and Women, 1* Staiiiield's Limited, lItURO,N.S. Slanfield's 'Adjustable CombbiaHiims