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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOUEn 25, 1917 THK DAM.T 1C. IToarher. Supl.. Pastor or co., or teaci'or or Sec. cr lioyn' Work CuUtwivncoa tended (ylauo anj It's always a delight to Use JKenneris THE duty to one's becomes a pleasure with' The entire absence of, grit soft, gentle polishing and the cool fresh after-taste make Mennen's a popular choice with wo- men. 'Good teeth need to be preserved. safe, sure and most to preserve your teeth is by the regular use of LelUr lo the Country Their Boys Important It you ttwti mado or expect Lo niabe private for eutcr- lalutncnt with rrieude and BO vdll not rcqulru billeting by Iho Hospi- tality Committee; klodly give }FDW friends' name aud nddroBa. Nemo ,By 5. B. Uuohara. Cb airmail of the Pubjcllly 'fliitl C'oiu- tulttse, and VJco-Fresldebl or the i Weekly touch ol OMs Please In promotlnE tba altore couventton I have lakeu occasion lo write several lettera lc UIB Somp ol Ihcso liavo to tlio LclhL ridge bays, ono [a tlie LelhfjrUlen dUztnp. oiia lo Ibo Lcachera. aiul ono to Uid fannore, bul Lhla letter is Uie most Important let- ter tiat I shall Hare V'rlltcii. The Cau- aillau Standard Tost (or boys IB llio ruost practical far-reaching influeucQ upon whk'lj iLe churches, Ihc Y.M.C-A. and oilier who bavo tttc Interest of Iho 'U-oo aged boys at Jiavo ottemnted to co- yerale- The jiUn la lo stl "Iha C dlaii standard for Hie noraral aged Canaillan boy, puyalcally, meatal- morally anil la service, to got the boy to measure stanOaril. nnd lilmacir by thla ha la deflclcat Notes An Iho number of visiting delegates Ifii.Ued lulb card ahaulJ be returned promptly to Mayor Lclh- brldgc, (Upoii receipt of Ibis aupU- ion aud acceptance, a rereljil crcdeDllal will be mailed to 6oU by Druiclin. 11 to it acrid lOc. and will ffe4 TOU a Dtmortlntcr eoeii.uaijif uioujh lo U rve Wri'.tlwiiir. Silline ArtflU Canada HAROLD F. RITCHIE CO. Slrnt, Toioato aciorr: Moattwl S SPEAKS ELItt f encourage Win io irork up lo It. Tills pftn will appeal Imincdlalely to every .Intelligent mother and I need only lo 'call her BUentlcui to Jt ID gel her co- operation. Uui lo tho brlBhl Intelli- gent country boy 1 am addressing this letter, and tho rcasou I am lalilug llifs course Is because llial I a-o iiot sure bal 1 can reach you In any olhcr way. yuir at (he C.S.B.T, convention n Heglna (here woro 600 'teen aged boys present aud at Calgary, Uierc Vcrp upwards oT 300. Most of 'these were frou) tho cHlcs, and the jcncfit that Iho boVa received by at- critling the convention cannot lie ovcr- lraEitcd. 1 am very anxious that country boy the same boiicflt, and at the convention for Houtheru Alberta, meets on No- vember' '9th at and con- tinues 'till the night ol the .lllli, I you to bo present. Some of Can- nila's greatest boy educators and lead- ers .will fre licre ID conduct tho con- vention, ami tlic Inspiration', lhal jou Hill receive, and which will enable you to bccbmb ID your neighbor- hood Is greater than I can (ell you Jn letter. 1 can only say "Come anil sec.' It you are 14 years old and not over ZO you are eligible to this convention. llelween 52 aod ii3 per cent ot tho current year's tales have becti In to date, accotdlug to Mayor Har- dle. Tbffi la better than year. "Uui It Is not good enough. Unless there Is a very much better showing by Iho end ol the- 'will have to bo done to clean up (lie. Us arreara early he de- clared. The city has In llie neighbor- hood of half rajllloii dollars of ar- COUNTING ON FIRST CLASS Early Reports Indicate Large Num of Men Will be Available as was Expected. Oct. or nd tho first class lo Ije" called up under the .Military Service Act will supplj Ihe whole lOOjOOO men required is now n question of no HUle lolcrcsl estimate having heen made IHa there are men tit for service In the flrsl class. This Includes men between the ages of 20 and 34 in were unmarried o wlJowcrs without children on Jul; 6, 1917.' As many men as possible ar wnntcd from the first fo Ecveral reasons. Young men with oul responEilillUles like these arc most easily transplanted from Han to m.Ulary lite; also, Ihese the ages Ql wlich the average ma IB beal-flltcd physically. Again, tli Belecllon for the army or men wit the fcircEl dependents means minimum drain upon (he country' financial slrength. I am attaching to-.lhla letter a.hlanfo frotn all 'polnls Indlcat form for you lo fill out tend wall to early comlngi forward Ottawa, Oct-. government has received cablo advice that -the Canadian military mission to France was officially received on October 18 uy President Polncaro. The mission BCiorupanted by the Jlon. Jppo Hoye. the con-.mlBEloncr ei Canada! and waa. Introduced' .by Lord-'Bertie; the" British enibaBsaflor lo tlie French republic. I'resldent, in tlie couraeol A lengthy talk the members of (lie mission sppSe feellnjly ol. Can- nda's jrarllclintlon !n the Hiar end mode an allusloa to. tlia work ".done by the Canadian army In -re- coverlng nrid the bodies Ihe French seldltirj had fatlca In (lie area now occupied ij. the .idlans. President rolncars, -In cor- cluslon.V-sald: "Canada waa stranger, lo iis'ji'eforo the irar; Her origins mingle our own history: She la doubly dear lo us" now that stio gives us most" valuable asslslaaca on the Held ot hallo In our light fat lary mission to France are: Brlg.- r.rj- to France .arc: llrlg. den. I-ord Brooke. Major Ileglnald Geary, Major Oliver Asseltn, Alain Joly Mayor W.-.D. L. Hnrdlo; cualnnan of Ibc billeling and Tyheu i Mayor. Ilardlc has re.celveil lUls appH-.l calion with the JLQQ (or you will be agslgnefl a rooinj Thla must be done by" November' or-R9 soon thereafter as Tlie only nddllloner expense you-, will .-be lo, Vill'bc your railroad fare, which. will bfi'one fare, your meaJs coni-' .and going; and possibly" '1 orf Z meals while hero. It you have any'ol Iho rollovrlng or- ganlzfltlona In your communlly, that Is cburch; Sunday Bchool, "sdioolTor U, "F.A., you should come as a ropresenl- atlvo from one or other of.tbese or- rnembers of tho firsl class !s vsuc as to juslKy confident predictions a lo the .Increase In reinforcements I be expected fjoia' this one DIAMOND RING AS TEE Seattle Society Woman Plays Unique Golf at Banff Springs. M' H3. i MiE GtcUf, o f 8 a tile. rfr twillr btrelne uBlqiH bet al. .v h L c b c a'u F. e d much comment. vlth a fellov mentor of eol9D7 Banff l lilt ihe toould Etna drlTea on the mouaUJa" Vounr. Vrt Mae Slehle, of EJtttJe. her kail Inm top of fifteen nun- 'tni dollar du mona rli( on web boK. A dip, t low iwlai or IDTthlnl Uial ,irould sot come Xmdcr the UUe ot perfect drive Vauld ban Mnt rlnf iplanlng after UK Ml ruined or lot lu let i Danl Spring, HMd to lln. uee B magnificent rlnf In her Tha voinan. whft- la crack tfVn and who ODlsbtd nigh the Joumaineot at bc-r {ring n a miall taound o( Eind, fwd her ball upon St, ind with the "utmost coolness made her driTe as Hiougb the 'safe- of a Talaable ring did not de- pend anon surentn. Nine lima Mra. EteMt npextrd her feat on each tee ul tj. jucceM von one ol moat elaborate alnnerj ot the Boasoa. Oltawj, Oct. T. Crolli- crs, minister pi labor, yestcrdiy seut a letter I'erry. general luaufKer of Ibc Urcal Xorlhwestern Tclegroiih p- rllcanl la, 16 years ol and h'is Rppotnlod delegate (Name of Signature ilon claims anr easier. Mr. and Mrs. Eley'a circle ot Mends In Foremost held a little social [uno- (fort prior lo the departure of (lie iormcr for Lhoir home at Duckhorn. A dcllsUUul dinner was Uie' close of the dinner D. 31. way In a'filibrt snecch paid tribute .lo Ihe generous hospitality always shown. by holh Mr. and Mra. Eloy. Mr. ker tJjen rose and presented MTH. Eley with a hanilsomc silver cajvlns cl, R Gift from friends In Fpretnflal. Both 'Mr. ,and "Mrs." Eley replied 'In arms ivhkh showed. Ihelr unmlg- nkeable appreciation of llie arid ho spirit In which (f was given., The balance o( -the evening waa Given up o H game a Sirs. D. M. J. Conway, who has Just returned from' trip lo the Slates, brings back news or Lhq splendid re- ceptlou lo the Ca'nadlan High- landers on, the occasion of their n.arch ihrough llie streets ot Boston. The school children ot Foremost gflTC Mr Conway hermit a boisterous recep- Ion she stciipcd off Lho train on Friday last. Mrs. Wrn.' Knauss alirt daughter have returned frora I.olhbrEdge. ConBrntnlat'ons lo Mr. atid Mra Cbnblln. on llie 'birth of a 6c( Blh at Monocco, Ind.. THE CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAUIH, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.U h V, C.WALPAID MONEY For small (he Ihls Bank. Ttjey arc payable vvilfout cha IruCanada (except In as follows: 3n and vmfer...................... 3otntt orcr ud jwt G 410 >30........10; V, KU9 REVENUE STAMPS Lethbridge Brancli--R. Directions ARE EXULTANT ore: (he success or Us aeTcnlh war loan c thrco anil a third billion dollars, the German' Eovcmmcnt Ihrongh Itn 'ottlc lal prci9 BEenlBj In acniHng out RTI nounccmcnls on. Iho subject to. tbi low romaintng ineulrals. AVhllc It allegiid that a million tons or coal arc boles hqardeit In New York dealers Wren' a ton lor, sale. FRONT. S lie reported In today's war olllce statement. ON RUMANIAN 'Pc'lrograd, Oct. (lie F.3S nllsek on Ian front HENNESmWllSON THE STOREofBJG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CADSTOTHf CDOR PhONt following course is recommended for employers who have in their employ any number of I 'bachelors end widowers without .children (not otherwise c.tcepted) were 30 years old on the 13th JL ,October, 1957, and whose 34th birthday did not occurbelbre jnn. 1st, 1917, and who propose claiming exemption for any of these mtn, to continue in work which is deemed to be in Bijs National interest: First, it will simplify you and for the exemption tribunals insirdct Class One' men in your employ to go up.for meditel examination at the nearest Medical Board Only Class One men, who upon medical examination are placed in Category A are, liable for immediate service under tlie Act, Class Orip men placed in Categories B, C or E satisfy immediate requirements if they. ettach their medical report to tKeir claim for exemption. Employer's Statement and Second, prepare a full statement of the total number of your employees grouping them'according to their rapeclive occupations and quMifications and stating the number in each the possibility of otherwise of replacing the liibdur of Class One men with the labour of thoje unayailable'fof military service, or outside the statutory 'class called up; the extent to which the withdrawal of meJt in the statutory class would affect the business, the-reason for considering that the carrying on of the is in the National interest, and such other facti and'circumstancea as may appear to be Append to this general statement and classification, a schedule of ages and occupations of all men In Class One, indicating as to those who have been medically examined, tlie medical Category in which they have been placed, noting against each name whether of not you propose tb claim exemption on behalf of the man. -Whtre exemption is claimed employer should state his opinion whether .such exemption should be con- ditional on the man's.continuing toi follow his present occupation and whether it would suffice if exemption were granted for or more months, as the case may be. '_ A copy.of both statement and schedule should be prepared for each man for whom the employer is apply- ing for exemption. _, _ rorms for Exemption These forms may obtained on request from any Post Master, who will transmit tlie forms when filled in, to the for exemption must be made hot later than November 10th. Issued by t Tf Military ;