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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � ATI'III>AY, SKPTKMHKK :�!, 1D1R THE LETHBHIDGK DAILY IIKKALH PACE NIXT*. 32 Canadian Soldiers Have Won the Victoria Cross aovcn, ihhI III'1 Fourth 1)1 vis-1 in I'illeon of Them Wore Horn ('.iiiiidti-Si nIpen SI ill liivint; (Canadian Dully Hocord) An't "f Can.elan Ihlrly-lwn V.C'w -f 1 June I!)ir�. Killed. ' V-.. OBJECT 10 LAB 1 oirici' nndi'i' 111� Kuvanapli. of Van- imver. Inn id no ni.'in could serve two ma ters .-�li-' r I he I til") lti-lt.iiin were natives of Scotland, five of I'.iiKlMiid, iiini four of Ireland. ; Of the 17 oilier ranks and 15 offlc- i crs comprising tit" total, twenty-six | iicrved in tltn Infantry, three in thej cavalry, two in the It.F.C. (now the! Itoyal Air Forte), and (lie romalnlnn one war, won hy an officer In the (.', A.M.C attached to the Infantry. Ontario clainut the largest nnmlicr of Canadian-lioni V.C.'s, nix of the fifteen liavliii; flint seen daylight in Unit | province; tjuehec is second with four. I Miinllolia and Nova Kcotlu each claim t wo. and I!. ('. one. I Where They Enlisted j Honours for enllsiini; most of the iV.C's i;o In tli" West. .Manitoba con-It rihufinK five, Saskatchewan I'.vd, Alia i-1 :i ,-ix. and llrltisli Colombia four -a to'ri! of |7. Farteni Camilla enlisted II. including (en from Ontario olio lill'ir'St niiiitli"!' of any MiiKle prov-Iricc). and four from Quebec (two of whom were Ontario men who enlisted V. | rem.: 1 land. 1 ic, 1 ______________- m&a TjCiunvn- from.''Cociii toGaQSX, 15 TOHOWTO CAMAfM, Jfl !1'"c. niv . ih i I >i\ isHm havi idon have " Jnd ntvl o "aell; won live, YVON'T you realize how important it is that you use only a hygienic cleanser - particularly for your cooking utensils? Old Dutch is hygienic - pure and safe. t:t;; The Stretchable Firebox ..............':\-t^^t^^^ Durability in a firebox depends mostly upon its ability to expand when hot and to contract when cold, without cracking. Ever notice that steel rails are laid with a space at the ends-it is wider in winter than in summer. That space allows for stretching in the warm summer weather. Kootenny fireboxes are made of nine pieces of pure semi-steel. They can expand without cracking. That is why Kooicnay fireboxes last so long. If you do have to change a piece it comes out. with a tap of a hammer-no bolts, no rivets or other fastenings-just good accurate fitting. "Service in tho Kitchen."-Booklet Free Tin's is only one nf the many features of the Kootenay Range drscribia! in a beautiful little booklet, "Service in the Kitchen," which will be inuilcil free on request. It tells all a woman wauls to know about a rungu before bins buys it. McClaiyS ciisy l.oil, ion St. John, N.H 'I l M vii to II.million Montreal Old Wiry Winnipeg I'.lioonton Vac K'c Enquire from Local Hardware Dealers No. L'-IOfifi KlHhcr. F, 1,,-Cjtl. tin fiinlry), born St. ('nMiHrlni'h, Out. l,V!i."i. r./iliiilcil Viilciirtlcr, AllRilKt 1!im, V.C., kh7.i't| .lunc ^2. Ill 15 Klll'il. KiTlniK'T. A. !':., Ciiitt. (('.A.M.C.I born Montrciil. issl, cnlbacil Mont.-; real. AwriiKt, I! i' M 'Hi' olm's V.C.'ii joincil ir iiotli Toronto mill Ottuwa won eleven 1 lih li-i'tnl-t'lo i-.' nml Hie born Mount 1'leaKiint, Oni., lSfll). en limed Vulciirtier. August. 1!�M, V.C., Ka/.i'lted AuriihI 2"i. 1!'1B. Killed. No. 7:!K',2 Cliirke, [,.. Act. t.'nl. On fnntryi. born 11.-ituiltnii. Out., 1S!)2 I'ltllsti'il Winnipeg. AniTHHf. Kill, V.C i;ii/.e|.(eil Ft pteniber 2li. r.illi. Killeil No. I ft I -1 �;r,. Kerr. .). C. I'tc. (In-; flintryI, born Anilier.-t, N.S.. 1HS7, en-j limed l-.. IP17. Kilb-d. Combe. It .!.. I.ii'iii. (Infiuitry). born Aberdeen, S� oil.ind. ISMt. enliMoil! I'rlnc AHcM. A]i-il, liur,, V.C cnzcit.'; cr| .1 li M" 27. I'.UT. Killed. I No. M'VvST. I'iitii.-on. .1. (!.. I'tc iln-i � fimtryi. born Woolwii-li. K.ncliuid. 1 s7r> ' lenlii'd ( iilj-':iry. 1 ! 1�. V.C i;az�!U�il | ' Amrust ::. I'.UT. Killed. i i H!' boji. Major \\ . A. i Cavalry and � I'.A.t-".>. born Owen Sound. Out.. IMel.i enlisted Owen Sound, lltlfi, V.C. (;�/.-� eiieil Aunist tS, I'.UT. I No. 7,71 i:t. Ilobson. Frederick. Sk�-I � (111'anI ry i, born London. l-^iKland,! i ISTii, enlisted Toronto. V.C gazetted! O.tobei- IT. 1!U7. Killed. I i No. 22!'.:tri:'.. iiricvn. Harry. I'I". (In-i fan'ryi, born Cananoque, (int.. ITiS, ' enlisied London. On!.. V.C k'uzi.'Ued ! October IT. 1!U7. Killed. I.ciirinouili. Major O. M. (Infantry), 'born Qucb"-, lvi-l, enlistel (.Quebec, � V.C gazeit.'d November S. 1017. Kill-: rd. No. vr,:ir,i, Hanna. R . Co. Sqt. Maj. j (Infmiiry i, born Killodl. Co. Down.i  1SS�'�. enlinti'd Vancouver, November,! I i:Ul. V.C cazctted November X, lii 17. j I No. 15. O'Kourke. M. .1.. I'le. j 1 (Infantry I, born I.inu rick, Ireland, j : lsTs, enllnt'il New Westniinstcr. H.C.j l'.il:.. V.C gazetted November S, 1!I17.| ; No. inn:','.'. Konowal. F., I'tc. (Infantry), born I'cdoslte, Kussia. 1SSS.! 'enlisted Ottawa. lJil.T. V.C. Kazetted' Xovemiier 2T. 10IT. S'aanldand, Kolvrt, Lieut, flrifant-iryi, born Ayr. Scotland. 1.VS7. otilisT-; I'd Winnipeg. 1!iM, V.C. Kazettcd 0�-j (ember is. CUT. j Siraciian, Henry, Lieut. (Cavalry), born Liniltligov.-.-diire, Scotbuid, 1SST. I enlisted Canterbury. Kent,, LU.-i. V.C. Kazrtted lteccinber IS, 1!U7. I'earKcs. C ]!.. Major (Infantry), i born Vancouver, 1 ss;i. enlisted Victoria, li.C. l'.iKi, V.C. gazetted January : U. IIUS. Kelly. C.IV.T.. dipt. (Infantry), born 1 W itmliii'K, 1M">. enll.-ted WiniiljiPK, jr.Hfi. V.C. ciizi-tti �l .lanuary 11, It)IS. | No. -Into17. Barron, Colin, Cpl. (Infantry), born Rantf. Scotlnnd, lSftli, enlisted Toronto,, V.C. i;nzcttp(l .limitary 11, 1D1S. No. :>ir,:in, Mullin. OeorRo Harry. S:". i Infantry), born Portland. Oregon, is.'.u. enlisted Winnipei;. lull, V. C. !-:;'..-eiti>d January 11. HUN. No. n::.':!,, Kinross, C J.. Tto. (In-faniry), born i'xbridKc, lOnnlaud, lS'.ia, enlisied Calgary, October, 1015. V.C. Kiizetted January II, l'.HS. No, r.r�i:�)C�r.. lioiiertson, j. r, pto. l Infant ry i, born Flctou. N.S., 1 s S -t., enllHteil Macleod, Alta.. Juno. 1015,1 V.C. gazetted January 11, l'.HS. Killed.; MacKenzlo. lluirli. Lieut. (Infantry).; born InverncKS. Scotland. ISSfi, on list- i cd Ottawa, l'Jl 1, V.C. i-azctteti Fcbru-i ary 12. l'.HS. Killed. j iTowcrdew, (i. M, Lie�(. (Cavalry), born Hillhmfnril, N'nrfollc, IOuKland, l.ssr., enlisted Walliachiu. II.C, HIM, V.C nazclti-d April 2-1, 191S. Killed. Mcl.eod, A. A., Sec. Lieut. (H.A.F.). born Stonewall. Man., limn, enlisted Tironto, HUT, V.C. Kazelted May 1, l'.HS. McKcan, G. R, Lieut. (Infantry), born Wellington, Durham, Knglattil, ISSil, enlisted ICdntonton, January, HHa, V.C. gazetted Juno 2S, l'HS. DREAM ON! A year ano ti manut'acturer oiiRiiKed a boy. For utontlis tliere van itotliliiK notlceiible about the boy except Hint he liover took his eyes off the work he was doini;. A few weeka �ko thn ninnufacturer looked up to hoc tho boy standinR beside his desk. "What do you want?" ho asked. "Want me pay raised." "What are you KOttltiK?" "Ten shillinirs a week," "Well, how much do you think you are worth?" "Fifteen shillliiKS." "Vim think ko, do you?" "Yesslr, an' I've been thlnkin' so for three weeks, but I've been so blamed busy I ain't had time to speak to von about it!" The boy cot the raise,-Uplift Magazine. : secure cndorsDincnl. tor | orgnnizini: workers in I industrial lines liiaCo! i llniis, as at. prespiil. wei I the Trades and Labor I morninn. i Motions sent to lie- , ! the Winnipeg ;uid Ti -u | ui'Kcd that the cliatme ^ j because the capitall-'  'cessfitlly defeat the .... ; which must obtain ram i ' international before '!:�� i The mo'Ions iiolnted nut ' Hon industrially wa- in ! i.'tilllic method. A debate followi',1 a that no congress olli'Mi Kfl'orts Ollints to a plan of re-Canada aloni; of upon craft e defeated by ('oniiicss this conn i fjntn Ollll'-ils i- jieeessiiry -s cim sue irale traib's n from their can strike. i.'.t ornaniza-lnoderii sci- otion urninn and must, I'llii',':-" between ; repr t at I vc ot t he wrcri;\\,v i la - �.....i I Rovei�iirneni, which i cpi-e-rill in K cla:,:-es. j Sei'i-i'ljiry Draper polnlid out that, carried to iC logical coiclu�d.m Mr KavanaRh's argument would prev in � any labor man workiiif-'. for tc.e co. | ernntent. in any capacity. Delicate Lynch, Montren; a on d ] what uould be the position of bibor' candidates elected to parliament The Kavanagb. motion was rcjceii.,1 by a large majority. > The salary of the president v. m raif-i ftd from $'2.(iiiil to .VJ.'iU'l. ! The c(iii|;ress will conclude it j la:, ; ors this afternoon. I I'rovincial executive council select ; ed include: Saskatchewan. H. I'eny ' KcKina, chairman; It. H. ''hadwbi;. I Moose Jaw; J. T. Kuiflatid. Saskatoon; ; J. I',. Judson. f'rince Albert. I Manitoba: W. M. Coburn, Winni-  pet:, chairman; S. Koblnson. Wlnii' pen; A. I'. Landry. Wlnnipr.p. mid It. \ H Duncan. Traiiscona. ! The ne-.v officers were called upon  for addresses. With Clean Hands j K\-presldent. Watt ors said he left i the nCice of president after seven | years' servb,. mid with clean hands. I He denied Hint he had ever been in the pay of Up- ttn\eminent, as had OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more about coffc rce SEAL BRAND COFFEE and hew to mcil-ce i America s most How to oqiml r 1 i �> fanion < cito| s ; booklet "Perfect Cr-ff It's free. Write for Our yen. CHASE & 5 AN BORN M.t tells MGNTRL-AL He liad ser\ only rcc. ive, for < x\i' !<��'� pa It re niiiani: Jiad been aid y to- had lie [�inair strike -hould take I been whiMpercd, or any other party.  xcepi ihe Labor inrty. ed Hi" nation and had the renular ullowaiice of rK, a day. This *ar. ed with the millions h, to save and tile mlsei able lii for' -fall by pn Mr. K"es iiieimt to have his say on what tit" eM-cutive did, h'- assured 'he .onKi'es-. Mr. Draper deprecated talk of east and -.vest A minority report Ot til'1 Clililllliltee Of the executive coutiril's report criticized the action of Tom .Moore in ai.....plint,' a position o!i the registration board. AwIAT!ON I It l.i r, ,i \ . i.ii ion V. |th lie- Toi ,:;:,. cite aid FUND. Tic Canadian 'ii incoroprated � of business a1 f !'! fllllii is to inn b lie !l tl carlv liued It that ii'ii st".' work ., 1 W'll lie I til" Ma- th,, llui rthe, -nil'.- "ii at .lily i ' on.' Lav Dtt.awa secur lint ion railwa; d'.-c' for At tlie coroner's impies! Into the di iitIt of Fiank .Marlin, provincial road superintendent, of Prince ltuperl, 1S.C. a verdict of murder wus returned iif;aiii;;t Jack Hurley. HANDS UP! | ellow Canadians! HOW much thought do you give to the War-I mean honest, sincere thought on how we should //ve in order to win the war? "I mean you who live from day to day in all the comfort that you enjoyed before the war, some of you in even greater comfort- "You who spend as much or more on your enjoyment-who indulge in as many of the good things of life as you ever did- "You who buy what you want to, eat what you fancy, go where you please^-who deny yourselves nothing. "You have no idea what it means to stand knee-deep in mud-in a dirty trench-with a cold drizzle chilling you to the bone. "You have never heard the shells shrieking overhead-or seen bombs drop from the sky. "But you know these things are. "And yet you go on spending-as if this war were in a story-book-as if the menace of the Hun could never touch you. "But it could- and it would- but for your armies. "And we-the soldiers who make those armies. "Doyoulhinkwe could "carry-on" if we thought for a moment you were not backing us to the limit ? "Do you think we could stand it all-the terrible fighting and the tiresome toiling -if we dreamed, "over there," that with this war? you were trifling "If tve knew that you were spending money on frivolous things? "Don't you see that when you spend a dollar on a thing you don't absolutely need, you are using the labor of a man who should be either fighting or making something that will help us-your soldiers- to fight? "Oh, you chaps v/ith money in your pockets-and comfort in your homes-and love of ease cankering your souls! "If you could know-as / know-all that war means-you'd stint yourselves down to the barest necessities-So that Canada's money and Canada's material and Canada's labor could all go into guns and shells and boots and uniforms and food-for our boys over in Prance to fight with." Published under the umhotity of the Minister of Finance of Cunai)a ti ;