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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATt'lllMY, OCTOI115K 20, 1017 TIIE u-rnmiunciB DAILTT IIEIIAU) PAGE NINE 01HLS ON fflilcli has been cut la Ivo, be A In Iho Chllllwick federal twine. Now Weslniinalor, B. C., OcL Bolh tho Liberals nn'l C'onserratlvcJ met liore yesterday to nominate caii- dldRtes for tho fprllicomlnE .Domin- ion election io this rfillnp. and U Is almost a certainty that there will bo straight'party fight. The Conser- vatives nominated W. G. McQuarrlo, city EOllcltor of New Westminster. Tho JJbernJs deferred their nomina- tion for two ivcelis, tbc Conaorva- Iinvlnc fiekcd them lo appoint committee In order to confer on Ui possibility of n fusion candidate. Al- though tho "Liberals appointed the committee anci deferred Ihelr noniln- ritlon, II nag said that thcro'wias no liosslUlltty- tQC Oonscr- Vnlives The pro- confer whh (Hcriif" oyer-j Conaen'ttlve "con- rcnlton. Col, J. D. Taylor, member! for the old Xevir Westminster People's Forum BROKEN DOWN AT LAST Editor of Tho Herald: Dear laat. Hie voluntary moiboil ol. raising Funds In Alberta, has broken And "now" must ha dono what should have been douo three years ago That Is, each province should have provided (or It by direct taxation There Is ono fact ao plain, so self simple, that our public Every now aad ajim don't "you one ct ihoie fearful headaches that dmt you to do any to gel relief? K em hough, its a mistake lo jutt "snialher" the pain without removing the cause. Nearly all brtiUchf i hire Ihtirbtfiaoinli ntbe iiom- itti, liver Oi tion'di. tnd the belt CfainbcrEiia'i VhicK Tone ihc men don't. Becm :to be able lo grasp It's 'Very; simplicity Is itunntng, be- wildering: And thai fact, Is, tha I-." users" of land In town or counlr> by Ibe fact; of inlng, building- on, c'ul tl-yitlnp.. ngt: producing such as clothing, etc. bat the nourlng Into the chtnoeU-o trade of the wealth 30 produced, puts Ufa Into every other kind of trade business or Induatry. Thus, .11 la us Ing land that prorkleft Implement makers and this uilng land Elvtis Jots io the employees In everywhere Further, uacra of land voy .In turns tares to Ottawa dollars yearly over nnd abore wba tiolctcrs of Irflc land are paying, he cause Idle, vacant land, la not tnic a cent for Pedtral purposes, hut. us (rs of laud pay mllHonti ou 'in things thoy must uae while, xialn laud. Of "courae (hfs fact Is 'BO ptal arid stmplo, that bur political high .brows won't Le able to IL Or I It thai lljay don't want ID BCD Jl [The difference between 'using Ian and holdlnz laqd.idlc Is the srea hollom fact of oiir cIvllliRtlnn. th hasla of any reform, of any progrei those 'who do not see Ihla d! j ferencc are only wasting time In th I way of political progress, "in Albert Iwo havo ;lcsB than half a mllllo people, hut thero. (s, room for ftfl '.mllUfina. Thn vac-int plaheii nfe hel by people .everywhere The following letter elves ac- count of the manner In a'hlch Pte. Millar, ol tbo C3rd batlalloD, a lirldgo rjtn. met his death la action. Leered for a dangerous ol work, and. was believed to havo beau hilled !Q tarrying Ibis out. Tlio letter waa written to Mrs. MIHar by Sergl. EvcrcK, of KedelUf: UedcllH. AHa., Oct. 17. 19H ily Bear Mrs. waa ea.'iej lo gel your letter aa 1 fcno-.v your boy aa well as anybody. I HUB sergeant In his company; of Ibe 63rd. Fou must excuse my poor writing awliiE lo fact Ihat I have my right band badly Now although am very sorry tbM L cnu not giro you any definite news as to his dccih. still I saw him on Ihe day Lhat he was supposed to bare been killed. Scpl. 2C. and I heard alter that ho had fallen. U came aboui Mko Tula. We bad to go over tho Lop lo take Lhree lines .of tier- man trenches. Well, (lie third was the famous lleglua trench and that we railed to take- owing lo It having a strong fort la It, eo wo had stay In. the German's second line ncli. It was a pretty EO0d trench cept In parts artillery lire il smashed It 'flat. got Into a ial1 section of It and (here 1 saw ur hoy already there. In front of s (reitch we had an advanced inch about lifty yards In front hlch was used as a machine gun i d bombing post. An ottlccr want- a messenger (1 am almost sure i officer's namo Capl. Findlay Ihe 7lh to BO over the p with a message to the advanced >uch. Your boy volunteered, but c oil leer eald, "No, you" hiTC been ere but your boy persisted d went and returned safely as 1 w him come hack. After thai the 10th battalion hail to move the right and Uial waa the last I if of him. Now, 1 am very sorry Ibal 1 cannot ro you more definite news, but slill Is a little consolation to know that our boy was one of" the unreal, fls icy own certain knowledge he fac- I certain death twice and came rough H alrlshl on thai fateful day. 'c of Ihc Ifllh battalion, had about vc hundred casualties out of from 50 lo TOO men, ao you- can tell lhat. was appalling. Now I am one of he lucky ones and bellevo me, I feel only uiy duly and 1 taka pleasure doing this so do uol be afraid of rtwbllng tuc any morn as 1 am proud f the privilege to ncU' in any way ial I can. DeHevc, me, to remain, Vour'f In nil sincerity, Robert Everett. Seattle. On, Seattle tcliphpnq tiering ucarly SOy, went un strike at i a.m. today. but returned to work at 5 when Ihelr buiJoess oEeui, W. Delaney, telegraphed from San tYacclaco thai (heir employers to settle thulr demande for higher aud recog- olllon of the untou taililuclorlly by Orlober, 27 If they uould reiuru to work. Keoprli here nald tuv is cad oll.-er parts of Wasblngtou laol fiiruch early todiy but were eiptcletl back at work when Iho dhy Jihlfis Lag IP this, morning. Purity in cocoa means carefully'Delected, scrupulously cleaned cocoa beans, scien- tifically, blended, skilfully roasted, and with the excess of fat rempved, reduced to an extremely by a strictly mechanical process, no chemicals being used, the finished -product containing no added mineral matter. AND IT A DELICIOUS FLAVOR k on every genuine of choice rccfptt JwrU frm I Mtat only W ALTER CO. Limitd Montreal, Can. DorcSetUr, MAM. f 1790 A Letter lo Ihe Taacherl, Public School, Sunday School and (Hy 5. S. Dunham. Chairman of the Promotion atiJ Publicity Conimlllce) It la easy to write to you aboul Ilie boys' convention, because you alraJy know oil ebuut ii. If I were to ftlteoipt in a few words to state tbo chief object ol the teacher, I should sty Lhat over and above evcrylhlng else the bulldtn? of char- acter lu the pupil Elands first. Get clearly (nlo tho bay'fl iulnd the Idea of real raanbood and the tcnchcr has acromullshed hla great task. This (a the prime object ol the Canadian Kt- llcleocy Test. Do you wish the lown In which you arc Jiving end working o stond high in thla work? Then the entcrlalnmcnt and the nuking of a BUCCCII oTthU convention is your op- Have you Into four Ihe of Ihe move- ment? ,.Have you encouraged the boy lo compare himself wild the stand- ard And IE he la deficient In any particular, encourag- lilm lo work up to It7 if nol, It matters not who you arc, Mr, Teach- er, you are falling short of your duly and opyorLunlly In your relation to Ihnt boy. Ile'nicmber Ihat the 'leen boy who measures up lo the lest In ail particulars as a boy, wttl not fall short when the lime comes io mea- sure up is a'man. If, however, the ;udoo. Sept, IDLE Hal honors la anuonnci-tl this week. Lleui A. 1'. Rhys-DavUld received the Mtlliary Cross for de- stroying four enemy aircraft aiv.l driv- ing down many others out of control, "On one it la added, "lie shot UOWLI Genssn pilot au- tountcd for 29 allied niictiliics." Captain W. C. Campbell gets ilie M. SO, for courage aud skill In atlackluK 'iitray aircraft at close range Ho has destroyed twelve buslllo machines and two balloons, and haK taken part in many other combat a during tho past ihree xmnLhs." Another recipient of the D. S. O. Is Lieut. A S. Shepherd. "Within uionlb he down seven machiatt Though Eurroundcd by eiio-1 my machines ho fought for nearly an hour against two hostile forruallonA, finally brlaglae down one ot lue ene- my." Lieut. K. L.'CaldweU. who gels llio Military Cross, has taken par I in more than nfty contests In ihe air. Lieut. IV. C. Caiubray, similarly decor- ;iled, shot down four enemy scouts. .Military Creases arc also awarded to Lieut, (J. II. liowruan, who led often- five controls on twenty occasions.-and lo Captain A. J. Clarke, who led faun leen bomb raids. The" fcremflsi airman In the Tirilish amiy lodav Is a Canadian, hut chs- csl rival is an American from Cufcago who tliiia far cccouutcd for German machines. The tola! "bag" of American fllcrn In the Tlrltlsb service Is now lu Hie neighborhood of sixty. FOOT OF SNOW International Falls. Minn.. Oct. Nearly a foal of snow which prevented Ihe movement of saw-fogs, yesterday caused the International Lumber com party to shutdown Us plant. and'show that we are Interested in (he boye of Southern Alberta. The people _ who have the boys' convcn ttou in hand ore depending on every icacher, public athool, Sunday school and olliera. to do his part In MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM Users of Ihis well known article have the assurance that food is made more wholesome and nutritious by its use. "Magic" is a pure phosphate baking powder, and it is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food, while alum is a dangerous min- eral acid. "Magic" Baking Powder con- tains no egg albumen or other added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a constituent of baking powder. For economy buy the full weight 1-lb. size." E.W.G I LLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. MONTREAL BOYCOTT CHURCH Windsor, Onl., Oct. Ihc pur- pose .or "spreading laolatioi) arDUDj Ihe bishop" ae II explained, a boy- coll of the new Sacred Heart church on Ihc wesl side of (be.cfty was rto- clarcd nt a meeting ol French-Canadi- ans al Wyandolle Hall Those prea- COMMEMORATE AVIATOR Paris. Oct. chamber ot deputies tojay silently listened to the proposal of Deputy Laich that Hie memory, of, Caytaln George Cur- the fainona' French aviator. be commemorated by placing an In- scrlptlon In the 1'antVjeon. The pro- wag adopt eel uuanimously, ev- ery member of the liouse rlsius as the vole was taken. Jacques OumcEiifl, ttncler secretary that every will hold 'hoy hoJiJ properly here, but arc nol iere.lo be lagged and canvassed for ontrlbullons to this, that, or, the rji-.pf to buy goods orer the and 50 they escape their hare of the obligations. The whole nit-flea on people who are _ierc, TMs Is not lair. The Sfflori government did a good acl lasL'se's- lon wlien, they authorised municipal councils to lery a certain rate olt all and, used or vacant for patriotic pur- poses, -lu some places there are ionic pro-German Influences that i rev cint a council from tlolng Hi Is. Bui the government ol Alberla Ehould Interest and cnl at the gathering ot Ihts great boys' Is deficient lu some parilcular. movement, and take it from me us ai selves to remain avaJ' from any cere- have the opricrlunlty now to eor- monles and refuse to give any asslst- vcars the hoy will love and bless you It la, understood Diehop. Kalian These Uova are our boys. for aviation, Lannounced r.ltend the opening o( the church, us be true lo our own boys, and let your life, lo Hie to do your ua put our' shoulder ceremony In houor of Guynomer. HAMILTON TIMES Ilamlllon, Ont., Ocl. Times Buya: "Needless to aay.thd-Times la pledged to have this statement of government's Intentions. If Ihey are carrier! out Iliey -I'lll do much to re concllc ihc people lo make all possible for (lie wir and for" Iho f CA'NAOA. Montreal, Oct. Canada, .Montreal, naya today: "The mani- festo Issued on hshalf of Ihc union governmonl (s (tic program offcfed by Sir Hoberl Uordeu sldce anil nol yet Rccompllshed." JO 3ENO Pctrogniri, Ocl. Cenlrnl connrll of worktuen'fl and soldleri. 'IclpRftlcn has defeated Mio.Holshevlkl resolutWn npnlnal the nitdln; (o the coming VJltled fcrence In ,the. cclincll rlwlded to fend Iwo lo rrpreetnl and ndldlir? B.of con- Complete Seryice to Ford Everywhere COURTECJUS attention to your needs wherever, you may .travel something you appreciate, and being a Ford owner you can get are always "among friends." There..are rfiore than 700 '.Ford.Dealer Service Stations throughout Canada. These are always..within easy reach of, Ford gasoline, expert advice or motor adjustments. The cost of Ford Service is as remarkably low as the cost of the car itself; Nineteen of the most called for parts cost only Just compare'this pth the cost of spare parts for other cars and you will realize .the advantage'of owning a Ford. Touring RuiijJbiut Coupelet Sedan'-, A- TSE.UNJVERSAL F. 0. GARAGE V CVEALE, garner alers, Lethbridgc Z N, SKOUSON, Raymond ;