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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DAILY FniDAY, OCTOBER J 9. Pure Blood You can keep your blood in good a clear skin, and bright eyes, by taking PIUS rs l S J. J Av MtJkl.. lallo Wuli SASK. LEGISLATURE. Reglna. Sast: Ocl. there "oas been no date flieJ so far Tor ol the provincial laluro thia year owlus to the. uncer- tainly as 10 a possible federal elec- tion before Christmas every urepjra- tlon Is being mads for an oirly meet- tag or the bouse H clrcumsliiuva permit. It Is generally tnJerilooJ thai If It Is decided not to lisva a Do- minion election until tr-rlT In 1515, (he provincial legislature will meet about the middle ct tbo noit monta. Bohemians Fought to Death When Deserted Russians YorX. Oct. la the slory of how three Uonemlan regl- meritd fought 10 Ihe death these loyal Iroous were to the eriiy by their Russian comrades. Tba P.ohomiaus, or Czechoslovaks, were Tolimleers who had eicJpcJ from their country. In the early days ol thp war In to fight to free li from The AusUfau They ifcrow In their lot with be betrayed. OQ July 27 a dispatch from Petro- grsd reported ibai In the figbllns al Taruopol. Gallcla, three regiments or Ciechoslovak volunteers, abaadoced by KuEfbu troops. au4 expecting i execution for treason nl the hands of The message. (hit soniclblns 111- rmicned In Ihe army was brought by tho Cossacts.. They decided to mako clear the but evc-Dls i-.iuie like lightn- ing. H too lato even lo save tWiuselves. The Cusm-fcs flew by ulth Ihe cry: "Czechs. yourselves, tbey have betrayed us." From Ibo front anJ front tae fliuks the shot rumbled. roulil they doT In despair and aiijer. nlln clenched teeth. the Cierhs throw themselves forward, refusing lo re- treat un.-lcr tho conditions. From this THURSDAY, October 25th Is Ihe last day for making ap plications for changes on th'e Voters List. If you haTC recent- ly purcoased n house, or prop CTty. and haTO lived In tbe city prior to July 1917, or i! you ore a tenant and have lived here since November 1st, 1916, apply to have your name placed on the list. Tenants must register every year.- Women have tie samo rights, Don't blame anyone, but ycur: sell for losing Tour Iranchise If you don't attend lo having your name put on the "list. H. FREEMAN, Acting Mayor In Kiev They were with those Russian divisions who did not forgel their duty; traitors RUTC up to Ibe. enemy meu who, forgetting all pise, far the sate ot tho Slav cause. went to Iho front (o ttelr bm not to offer them In vain. Who betrayed sol- dlersT ceased to he sol- diers Ihe moment they relused lo j How did it "happen? 1 Simply and so quickly, as If It Ml were played under the direction of an Invisible conductor. Tho Czechoslovaks, unsu-spectnisly, stood not far from the [rani, resting. TUts rest was necessary because they hafl "carried tlie burden oMbe cffea- of June Al that lime .they throw-ihemselves :itka Hoiii against, the Germans. Cov- ,of the. enemy only arcrcoata they r climbed over these Improvised'bridges terrible Vftve penetrated Inla the Gernian'trenches.' At'that, time the SzechosloraVs. eS- pc dally one old. regiment, suffered heayy losses. I The AusLrians called the Juno of- fensive a "Czech offensive on the .Austrian front." .Such a Mile was found In Ibe "Vosslssche Zeilung" .akeu from 'Austrian prisoners. The 'refosnlied in this. article lbe_ teroism of the Czechoslo- j vaks: Of He Czechuslovake fight llfce .-Hid the "Vosslssche Zel- .imz.'r ,-V "We'shiHiTcvcngc ourselves on the we- shall pnnlslj them cried HIE Germans, but, at Ihe sa'me line they, could not deny thai they understand' tor the J Czechoslovaks'" they are trying lo geL The Czech regiments, taking a rere ready to go at the first command iiecessary- itiete" (reason, and all hopes and dreams illapse'd. now revolutloulats could expRt'l nothing hut The froiu tho and .Magyars. x Officers were blowing out their soldiers ivcro throwing grenades under their own feet. Tbe I Ions were the death of heroes. Only Ibe Cossacks, bafhnl in blood, radely manner rcFcucSi weak anil wounded Czechs from the German lines. TJro old flns-uearer, J. lloydufc, by escaping In an automobilo barely sav- ed the flag of the old Czecli regi- ment, the flag which had Lccn bless- ed in Kiev at the beginning of the war. It is not yet known wlial hap- peuuod to'.lho banner of. one Ihe regiments. -There that the themselves destroyed it only to.preVenl'HCrrom [aUUJg Into Ihe hands of Ihe remainder ol arriv- ed rrom Ttroopol. ThVro were pltl- all one battalion of tbe three regiments. And do you >hink lhat their spirit ivas because they were reduced in numbers they, woult) de- teriorate morally? N'ererl Seetng that Uo one was holding hack the en- emy, they turned around, and, together wllh the Cossacks, a handful drove back troops of Irlumyhanl Ger- mans (or some miles. And during this advance of David against Goliath, the Czechs beheld horrible pictures. "We relates a Czech soldier who was wounded ,in .Ihls battle, i "what the Germans did with our lew 'prisoners who were unable to end 1 llielr lives. The Germans at one place hanged three Czecha on the branches of a tree. "But we revenged our brothers. We had German prisoners whom we forc- ed lo lake down tbe corpses of our comrades, bury them, duad then tho has all the sweetness of the Golden Com from wiiicu it IS Children Love It! A wholesome spread for a piece of "Crown" Syrup is a pure, delicious Table less expensive than butter. Fine for homemade Candy. All grocers sell it in and 3 Ib. "Perfect Jars. Write for free Cook Book THE CANADA STARCH Cd UNITED, "1 am a cultured man." relates the soldier. "I am a teacher, but I did tiot feel Ihe least bit of compassion Ibe German's'were dying.1' The story of this wounded Czech {creates a powerful because or Ibcse horrors of -which his every sentence speaks su eloquently, but because of, the enthusiasm which pervades him.' "Only- a handful of os nrc left, but we shall fisht lo Ihe end. We iball fight until others tnko our place. The; Germans will pay heavily lor the battles before TaroopoM shall victorious! Bohemia will he LIBERTY EING trees. An eye for an eye1- The Ger- mans themselves made ua EO ruthless. A Call for You Too Get in Line in style, fit ;ind tlie cost For one of .our custom "made lor me" looHiug suits and able. There are no better Itoys suit val- ues sinywhefe than what are offering. An expert cutter and designer Js in of our ladies tailoring, THflELl, TiiBTailor GEN. MACDONNELL TO RUN, Toronto, Out., Oct. That General A. C. MacDonnelr, D.S. O., will be (he unionist candid- ale In South Toronto, Isjthe news' tin at leading 'Conservatives today. POL.6K PREMIER Copenhageiij bemberg dispatch savs that Counl Tornowsfc! Von Tarnow, tormcr Austro Hungarian mbassador lo the United Slates ccn proposed lo the Poles as their ole candidate.for the premiership of he new Polish kingdom, which'office s to be fUlcd by the recently appolnt- regencp. Counl Tarnow- tJ's candldaci-'.. 'been opposed tcajlly by the Germans. Washington, Oct. The Llberlr' in continued Its galas loilay and casurr ofMclala announced tbat ,uy esllmaLea placed Iho Lola] so r snhscrlbcd aL above 51J50.000.000 d "ivlllfin alriklns of Ihe hoped for by Saturday Shi. lclala were optimistic that Ihe mark would be greatly ersubscrihed by the cloys ol the October 27. NGLAND ACCEPTS LINCOLN'S STATUE London, Oct. In e house of commons yesterday IhaL he. government had accepted the ,atue of Lincoln from'America, Sfr Ifred )Iond, first commisaloner ol qrlis, said: "It Is not the duty ot c governmenL to question.the nr sllc selection of the donors." Xo protests against the statue had een gald.the commissioner the government-'gave hearty wel ome lo the proposal to erect n statue orthy of the Illustrious statesman n the capital of rhe emplro. The rlthh government .Is providing a plcndlil site near tte.bouse "ot lorrla or the slaliie ot ha een suhjcctcd Lo certain criticism especllDR Jla artbtic character. CARGO AFIRE. 51. Thomas, Virgin Islands, OcL ton. Danish sleamsliip "'Irglnla from the Unite talcs for MgnlcTlrtco, put In hero to- dy with her cargo, allrc. ada winter oh munitions as. .an, ssurance .of- Industrial rprospbrlty during the It also means lolaK amount Bpent on muniilohs .in._Cajiada' to; Hie end of- UicJ .Bn. Imposing auinv It Is to Consideration of Ihls queatlou brings up Iho point Canada has been unusually fortunate fn the mutter of obtaining contracts Tor PROMISE FOR. FUTURE GOOD With rncrease In Canada's Prestige ai a Belligerent War Business Booms. Ottawa, Oct. 19.-- Announcement hat the Imperial Munitions Board 1H spend money .liberally In Can- >var all which liavc been ciportcd ID Europe slrico ivar--bcgan. One ot'lhe (e'alures jof Conada's parllclpailpn In Iho war liaa bten. the prosperpug business it lias-brought-the The "adoption" llllllary'. Service Act .'haa" In- creased the' iinllonal. 'prestige Taa' a belllgercnl on tbe side of Iho Allies and lias assured the country of con- tinued prosperity through war ac- tivities a business nature. C-13 .WHERE TO GO FOR fingi'v Tinsmithing, Furnaces, r Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HlGK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 GOAL and FENNIMORE COOPER GATHERING OF JEWS. Xew York, Oct. most Jin-', jrtanr. gathering JCwa.ln Inco tho oulhrcak of Iho war will ako place here' October 23 the ontlnuatlon of Jc.wlsh relief And or the Iho' uorl for war (3 announc. ctl-by Kellx M. Warburg, clialrmati of ha Join I dlslrlhullon cojnmlllec of ho American Funds for Jewish War Sufferers. MAJOR BISHOP MARRIED Toronto, Oct. W. A. Ulshop, V.C., J1.C., was married today nl the Timothy Kalon Memorial to .Miss Margaret Burden, granddaughter of -the lato Timothy1 Kalon. Major and Mrs. Illshop led Lt once In Sir John Eaton's private car for Washington, whcro Iho former will work for a month the DrltlsS mlsilon. SPEED UP SHIFbUiLDKJO Vancouver, the puM liose of speeding up jhlpbulldlng along proper lines, H. A. Tluch-Kecne, as-, alslanl chief engineer. surveyor lor Lloyfla Ilcghtiy of Shipping, London, is In Vancouver. Ho was accompanied by. James Trench, Tor. C'pnadi nnil Iho United Rlclcs, and W, Cummlnfl, senior Burvcyor Seattle and Hrftlah Colcmbfa. 3fri rtuch Kecnt says ho come weal on a tour of tint ships and machinery h Cpnada nnd tho llnllcrt Slates were nil liullt ill tl333 with tltit'ixtfir. D. H. on of Liie Ohimplaia. THE Inluftrlal wetltb ind '.hr, hUtorlc Interest of -country Krred by the Delaware A Hudson Company Elve Iilereal lo the HrjMnK up of thll co.T.f.Kay ?Ith thi Canadian i'lclfle Hallviy. It the country of coal, and 11 Is Ihe ccun- 'try of Fenntmore Cooper, whose Ule9 of tha Freicb aid Indian are known to every schoolboy. In spllo cl Mark Twaln'9 ioke. thai the In- dians of Feniilaiore Ckioptr vfcre an luclcnt tribe that exlalcd, the country round Olen Falls, George, Otscco f.ake, and Fort iWllllam Henry Is dotted with tdcnlined tht Lait of tne 'and toaluer Stocking. (Tte hunting anil flshlne jrounds. nl the fltt Nl lions anil tlie Algonquin: ere now famous hunting and fishing irounds for lourlsu, vho Itnd In Tupged take ind mountain scenery Ibe Adlrondacks Ibe iceneofmtny !t bappr holiday, Conl IK the Indus, 'trial.background ol the O. t II. and demand for coal In Canada lo 4tr inakef !tw of the uncec. tlon belweea this rallwaj and the C. P, R. all the more apparent. 1t Scar to carry coal that the canal fn >n the Hudson to Ilonetdale, Ad' ton. The bo lake ChurpWu, OuiuU'i old frontier. rallrud from Orbondtle to lloneVilile were constructed. The "Btowbrldje lotomn- live ercr turnei) a wheel in any railroad fn NoitH' America, wefl 1m- pcrled by the Delaware It Hudson iy for (Is rallrund, r.okjug U29, e cnnal vis (iniarKt.d, first run on August 8, MO. The t al one lime carried 2.S64.000 lena of coal annurn eicenllonally piciurcxino ftnd conngrlHult' route 10 New York, connection being with the Nci? York Central, K tengers nrrlvo al tbe Qrand Dtfot li the Wart al fteit ;