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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FI111UY. OCTOBKH 19, 1917 THE UTTHBRIDGR PAGE EJ-EVW You.-will heartily enjoy taste and: Cowan's Perfection arid further, it is the most wholesome nourishing Canadian beverage. mm FORM DEW Montreal, Ocl. Should prayers for Uio dead bo embodied in the rc- vlEccl prayer book of Ihc Anglican Church? This question was donated 'by tbo Synr-rl of llir KcclcslaiUc.il 1'ntvlnco ct Canada, the to Luta1 ijrnycra from the Scottish Liturgy, and It was finally decided, by n vole ot 3J lo 4, (o mem- orialize the General Srnod tor author- ization lo use such iirij'crs. In fipeafclns to his "rcsoluiiDii Area- dcacon Patcrson-Smylho referred to the'great number of people who wcon lor', their departed'mid said Ihc posl- HoLi had changed since the'war start- id.! Archdeacon AnnltaRo'eald ho did noi bellovf ot all In prayers for Iho dead.1 "Tlicro are thousands ol hu saltl, "who will. rcelsL. thla Lo Lhe utlcnnost, and I will re Elsi It Lo Lhe uttermost.' and Irneccs will carry It to Uio reel of the Kink himself. Thousands of people sail at heart to hear Uiat this Synod (s going back on tho great principles of the" llelonmtloii. i Support It Dsan Evans supported Archdeacon wu tiud all they -who are of the myc Llcai bnuy Ecu may be act on Ills right hand anJ heir Ilia mus 'Come yo blessed child ren of uiy Father, inherit Lhe Kingdom rcpared for yyu from Lbe (ouodatlon if tho (jranUthlfi, O uacrclCu 7 ia I her, for the sake of Jesus Christ our only -Mediator and Advocate "O Almighty God, the God ol thi plrlte of all flesh, who by a veld from lieavcn dirt proclaim 'Dlesae arc Ihc dead who die In Ihe IxiroV multiply, ivo bcse'ecb, Tliec, to llioa who rosl In Jysus, the manifold bless o res Ings'.oi 111 I a love, that the gooil wor Taou rtltlat beglu lii them i be perlcLlcd until Iho day of Jesu Cbrlsl. And of this mercy O Ilcavcnl Father, vouchsafe thai wer vho no serve Tlico here on earth, may al ih last together with 'ihero, Lc foun moot to bo partakers of the Inner lance of Ihc saints In light, for tit sake of thy Son, Jesua Christ, ou Lord and Saviour. AJIICD.' SOLDIER CANDIDATES Vancouver, Ocl. platform been; formulated and will he BU'JI ted lo.ilie Great War Veterans' soda I lob at a meeting Thursday nigh for Its approval on which IL'Is nropo ed soldier candidates will-contest th constituencies of Ilurrard and Va couver South. The proposed plalfor provides Tor hearty support for th while Dlslioii" Farlhlns, government in the prosecullo Montreal, syoko In favor of Ihc pro-jof the war; heavy taxation on w poa'al. we want." he said, "ia profits; atlmlnlstiatlon of the Pat: otic fund by the government; hicroa ed pensions .lor N.Q.O.'s aud men universal enfranchisement of women; elimination of war profiteers and util- ization of tlic labor of alien en em lea I In Canada. that those, who face tho losses ol those thcy_loyo in ay have a prayer for th'osc who have EOTIC before." lllshop of Frederlcloh sup- ported the resolution as a catholic onoliii harmony with thu doctrines of Iho church of and In har- mony with the God-implanted-human Inal'lnctV: Bishop of QUc- becj.Eald he has frequently used the prayer.i to great of relatives of those who had fallen In battle. Archhlslipii .of Nova Scolla also 'in favor of Lhe motion. All Llic bishops i oun( JIarrach Wished They Had'Three or Four Old Kng- Hsh Women (o Shoot." The brulality and callousness ot rnuan officials In as reveal- J In tlio trial and secret execution ol lea I-yiih L'avell. tho English nuree. on Ocl. 1915. Is descrlb In full delall by Hugh Gibson, finM ccretary u? UiE Uclglsu leeallon under In the current baue f World's Work. .Mr. Gibson tells. In BD article called Tho Last lloura of Kdllh Cavell." ow he lahored In vain with the Ger- mh chief of the pollttcal department, aron von dcr Lancken, on the night n which Miss Cavell had Benleac- d to die, sccktag at least a stay, and with a sneer, rom his diary, Mr. Ihtl Le nml WuitiE Gaslou.dc LavnJ, Itornoy to tho American legation lotd on dcr Lancken that the civilized vbrld would te stricken with horror it he shooting ot a woman, the German cplled that the effect on Ihc world vould ho "excellent." Al thai moment, aye Mr. Glhsori, Count Harrach, col- eaguo ot von tier Lancken, Interrupted Ith the remark Ihat only rc was that they did not have "three or our olil women to shoot." do was assigned by Mr. Wbltlock lo acl BS Mlas Cavell'a coun scl.. Mr. GIL sou continues, but under. Uo procedure ot German military .rials was not allowed to see her, and It ivaa only through an Indirect "ctan ncl lint the American minister learn ert lhal she had been found gulHy. The Germans .did every thing to prevent Information reaching the le- gation, and even alter Mr. Glhson lea raw] from an unofficial source that Mies Cavell would be sentenced lo be fihot.'he could not obtain details and had lo he content with German prom- ises that If anything he would be informed. "The officials al tho political de- partment, professed lo be skeptical ai to Ihe'reportert Intention of Ihe court lo Inflict the death say Mr. Gibson, "and led us (o thmk lhal .nothing of the sort need he pretended. None the less we were haunted by a feeling thai we could not shako off. I had planned lo ride In the afternoon, (the day preceding tht elimination of war profiteers and ulll- night Miss Cavell shot) but SIR' WM, BYLES DEAD London, Oct. William Pol- lard Dyles. Liberal member of par- Ilament, for Ihc north division of Snl- lord Flnce to day.-'Sir William 1'ollard Uyles was oleil for Ihc rccinorlallzallon of tho born-.In 1S39 and was lormerly chief General on; Synod decided not lo accent torni. in which the .Athnnasuiri CrefedMs' printed fn' tho 'draft prayer The Two Prayen The resolution' na finally put through ihe 'Synod" memorializes Ihc General Synod for Iho insertion of nil owing two prayers for special God, with whom ao live Ihc'apIrlU of them that depart hence iho Lord, and with whom coule of Ihc faithful, after they the proprlejgri of_ Uic IlradforU Observer.' Ho VBS a member of the Inlcr-par- llamunlary, union for. peace arhl- Val for ijio Shipley divis- ion In 1S92-95 and was knighted In when my horse was brought arouni 1 had il.ECiit a.way and stayed near trie telephone." o'clock Mr. Gibson had the clerk- of 7lhe loganon telephone the political department m. regard passing "of Behlence. Once more w'e had the most defin-. Ite assurance Ihat nothing had hap- the narrative conUnuce, "and a ton'.cwha't weary renewal of SYMPATHY FROM HY. HEN. Ottawa, Oct. C. Th'ompson, .Cleveland, of (he Travelling Euglneera' -AssoclRtlon, has forwarded to the prime minister a resolution passed by 'ihe ciecullve committee of-. the asroclaUbu. The dcUvcred from the hurdcu ot the flesh, resolution conveys licarlfclf sympa- are-.in Joy anil felicity, we praise anJUhy to Ito Canadian people who are magnify Thy'Iloly Name tor all Tbyjgoing through one of the vorat wara Servants who haro llnlahcd LlielrJ the history, of. .offers course In thla faith and fenr and; sndjanv assistance the association can wo most humbly beseech Thee thBtJglvo na a body of represenlallve rall- at Ihc day of Ihc general resurrection road men. No Spooning Allowed IF you have been unfivor- abl'y, impressed with the flavor of Roman Meal For- ridge, sure enough you' mud rhaie stirred it I, Be fair, to ycrjrself and to Roman Meal) Don't stir it except while mix- ing meal and water.' Remem- ber "no spooning Force'of habitmadoyooEtir; the porridge without knowing jou did so, perhaps. Just get another the porridge according to the directions. Surely it is ,00 trouble NOT'to atir Romaa Heal porridge after the meal and water. i i Dr., Jackson's Roman Meal makes the delifhtful (far- KDmaaMMlpraTntsUdifn- on ponidgt of tot Km. U pciitiTclr rdierM cw- flwor ol ttipiUon or "moaM bielt.t UMlstliciiDAItKjwrti. Romin T Anolbet Koouu IfMl It becttiM k U tjuiuUttil, tli m aOoiriag tts JulcM to retch Jiu1lcl4 and pinenHii; tooking breaki up tha epaulet. mt't'isif 111 [cky math Jnsttid ol the dolkioui {rut- of hralKrt ifl oref enlij Kama Mutl Ij dcllc- ku3. Dcclon it lot ud Indlitilloi u4 iinilsrtMU wodiUmi, TM will II: nil li wfta Toiii float wtvi btklif, It limit (o dJiwt tni rHtnei tMr btUZif. Uk jcur doctot If. liitc-'infdrmRllon wLen senlence was pronounced and Lwcnty minutes after sentence lia'tl ijcen procounccil. There is np_ commenl.) -.l-' l'yjl Night Visit to Von.der.Lancken "At 8.3? I.liarl just gone -homo, Laral came for me In my car, saying" he had come to report thai MIsB'Cavell'Tas to be chat durlof'tlie rlgJil. %Ve could hardly credit [his, but as our informant was so and Insisted so earnestly, ive set .ore to sec ivhat could be "done. hnd seen the who v'as IH fn bert, t and brought me bis Instruc- ttons'lollnd von der I-anckcn, present c appeal for favorable decision. In order lo add clgbt lo our representations t was D seek out the Spanish mlnlsler lo el him to go 'with us and Join in-our ipeal. 1 found him dlnlig at Baron ambcrt's, aad he willingly agreed to onit. i "When we eol lo Uic polilical mrlmcnt wo found that llnrbri von or l.ancken and all the'members, at Is Elatt hud gone out lo Bpcn'd the venlng at _onc or Uic dlsrepulable Illc IhcalrcVvi'hlcli have sprung up ere for Ihe entertainment of .the crnians. He came In about ld.30, fol- owed shortly, by Count Hnrrach anil ;aron von Falkenhausen, mcmhcra ol II If m.d. ham Its WHOLE oi briflfiB von rler Lancken, Assuring him. Lhat Lhe execution of Miss CQTell GoniiRny the turning of and tKi sink Ing of Ihd.UialUnla.'ahd told him ihhl "Lbts murder would rank with two affairs nml woulil stir al" countries with horror-arid wan Lhen.LbaL Count-Harrath hlft opinion ftbout sboolhig 16 TMephofu HM KalifV' Mr Gltaon taji lie amd-Ton iff Lnncken lo lelerihbnfl the: Kala'w 'i Grcftt HeRdtjuarterB, but Uift-reqnc! ttft.ft rcEuaM. Next many of the American l-egatlon 'had rcnrter- Germ an 3 were recounted In an effort to obtain a. alay of sentence. "Our ctfortB perfectly useless, says .Mr, Gibson, as the three men we had to'deal wllh '-TCre so 'completely callous -and Indifferent tbat they were no -way moved by-any- thing lhat we rould say, We did not atop until midnight, when It waa.op" tod-clear lhat there .Was no hope. V'The fortlv another hesome fRcl he case. IL'-tecmB, Lbe sentence on Miss CaTcll was not pronuoncccl In ipen 'court. Her executioners, appar- uitly In the hope of concealing their mentions from Into her cell and Ihere, behind locked doors, pro- nounced sentence upon her. It is all a Jlcce with the other UihiRH they have the table-6[ honor werc-leadcrs-of Ihc Catholic' Church from all parts ,ol Canada who hod-come Lo Vancouver for cbHBkcraLlon service which had latcn place earlier In the day. LAURIER ASSOCIATION. Montreal, .Sir Wil- frid Laiirler Assoclatloh oi Annes Division has been formed _to promote tbe caiiso of the. Liberal parly, Wilfrid "Is lipnprary patron: Sir Lomer Gouln, liono'rary Hon. Hortolphc chairman of Hie advisory dd'rhmUlee and FItz- jamca K.llrownrpresident." i AT, VANCOUVER. Vancouver, Ocl. To dtile men In class one have registered at .ho Vancouver post" office under the crmi of Iho Military Service Act Of these 62G claimed exemption and 43G reporled for scr- Tlce, Yesterday men claimed eiemptlon and 100' men .dcclareil themselves willing to don khaki. Oct. repulsed lioallle rafdlng parly last night cast of i'aya today's statement. linrl no "casualttes. On the batllefront the enemy's nrlll- lory actively hai been dlrccleil elilef- against positions In Ihc; neighbor- hood iMenfn road and agnJjisl COUNCIL OF REGENCY. Ataalcrdani, OcL. 1C. ''Archbishop Alexander Von Lackaokl of Prince mayor of Warsaw, nd Josef Honoatrawakl have been ap- pointed members o[ tho council of re- gency of the new Polish state hy the emyerors ot Ciermany nnd Austria- Hungary, Recording lo a Iclegrnm from Berlin. of Germany, has-scnt.tliq rnllowiug mes- sage to Gen. Von Ucaeler, Lhe German governor general, of "I have round ll'pclylsable ln nient my Illiistrlpus the eniperor'of andi In MIC spirit of nrttcJo' ona'of the decree ol Scptsrnbcr 12, 19L7, lo. install as mfimbcrs ot ihe. of the kingdom of Poland the Archblshoj' of P' 4'uapEcta. IN MEXICO REBEL. Oct. Sonorti Slate troops hare surrounded 300 Indians and -.their families At the Yaqul rlv- nccoriltng: (o word received yea- dny from Mexican consular oiflc- lali here.' The Indl.ans are .on what the military governor o( Sonora char- acterizes as unJuKllfled and un- grateful' rebellion." Indiana arc eald: tor'be under (lie leadership ol former IcfidarH. NtW'r ilShOP 'HONORED. "'vaBcofcto Oct.1 _ Minneapolis, Minn.- Ocl. The police two mon who nrc held 'itf siianccU In conncc- lion vrlth Ihe hold np of'the Colboun Stalo Bank ycslcrday nftcrnoon, two 'bandns' eacapctl wlUi 000. .Officers, continued lo guard 'all roadg In search of llio rolibera. B'lihop consecraiM OERMAN'PRINCESS Ahis'lcntam, PrluccBS Honrlot'to EHzabolh nf llolaleln, aunl of Ihe of tier- .la dead at Kiel was 84. ycara Prlnciss llenrlGltq', llolalaln 181? (o Dr. J. ivii'o; tlicd (VU (Mfcc piiffng June, July and 'r .CfcrudlHfi Red Croii In _____ tonlihl. I sraons French .nill- _ In klod lo, t the mayor of Prince Lubom- Ireky Ihc'janded proprietor Joief v flonostrowaliL" The emperor requests.' Qeo, .Ypn EleaeTfo carry out tne. decree In con-: Junction Count Austrian j SUGAR- FAMINE INN. V, New York, OcL. 18.--Wlth Lhe mir- kel 'practically bare .of Cuban cane new_beet crop, nol'expected of the biff-re- Rncriea'Bh'ul (lonri and ue ritnoInK only .half time, New York la facing .thevmo3t In 11s history. Some 'jlores have pfitV selling aUBaf altogether' and oth- limiting.tbe amount jfurcbjuwd hy each customer- Prices E a high as 12 cents a pound retill are oiioted. Stewards capable 'of looking after Messing Arrangements officers small ships cotfl- pony the tnissibned Lrrnngemtnts officers small snips cotfl- any 'are .yiiaijvtjwi rie com- ijSt' V 'V-; -i s Applictnla.inqtt be British subjects ot 20 to 50-year..-, Wligef day aixl J25.00 separation.' 'Free Jodgiriis BUY STEWARDS under: 18 wiO iko be 'Pay, SOc. Niirctt Ntyil Recruiting Office, tr to' the' Department of Ntytl Service, .nl.SMTJee, ;