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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Manitoba free press Winnipeg Friday october 23.t9u, announcement made canteens w01 be opened As for other British soldiers. London oct. Fact that the Canadian expeditionary Force is now under English command and will be All the traditional rights and liberties of the old country Tommy wag mide Clear by Gen. Alders of s Promise to the troops yesterday afternoon to abolish the dry canteen regulation was in operation at Val Cartier. Addressing the troops after review at and West Down South Camps Alderson stated that certain Dif had been overcome with the result that within a few Days the usual British canteens would to opened in the various Camps. The prolonged cheers which greeted the announce ment indicated it was one tending to make the new commander popular with the canadians. Reaction Val Cartier. While the efforts of the Canadian minister of militia to Avert trouble by ado rating a drastic Temperance policy have been appreciated on Many sides the fact cannot be ignored that the Lont period of enforced abstinence in Camp Val Cartier. Followed by a tedious sea voyage tended to a Good Deal of reaction when the troops arrived in England examples of which were pain r u july evident soon after Landing. At the visage saloons on the out skirt of the Camp Are being guarded by pickets. Richard Reid agent general of on Tario yesterday paid a formal visit to lift to Welcome the regiments from his province. He was entertained at luncheon by col. Currie col. Hill and major Mackenzie. Among the men and officers the Ontario representative met Many old friends. Of. Pelletier agent general of Quebec Obed Smith commissioner of immigration and other Canadian officials Are deferring a visit until the Camps Are Complete. It is unofficially stated that on Sun City All eave will be cancelled for a fortnight for certain reasons probably in order to tune up the troops for the review of his majesty and a word Kitch Vesicle its offer hospitality. The members of the Canadian Force yesterday received More evidence of English hospitality when sixty one Resi dents in private houses at Salisbury offered the daily use of their Baths for the troops. The nurses who came Over with the Canadian Force Are being temporarily housed in St. Thomas Hospital oppo site the House of commons and Are already conspicuous figures in the of Westminster. The greater part of the Canadian artillery yesterday made the journey from Plymouth to Salisbury Plain and by tonight the Canadian Camps will be Complete. General Allerson s request. General Alderson has expressed a de sire to meet the division or As Many As can attend at such Short notice. The Parade is quite they can came in any sort of is added As a qualifying clause to the summons. A thousand Are too far away on route marches to attend but All the same it is a mighty Square of Khaki Clad humanity which awaits the new Canadian commander. General Alderson is one of the Jovial looking sort of military big men. As he travels through the Camp he re turns the salutes of passing privates with punctilious regularity and there also a Subtle air of geniality in his acknowledgement of such compliments which every Soldier appreciates. Today after some time spent in inspecting Muster he mounted the am munition wag on and addressed the i men. To said How lie appreciated the i Honor of commanding the canadians South Africa and the pleasure he j finds in heading the contingent now at then followed the statement regard 1 intr a wet canteen which will be established in Camp at the end of this week. It May be mentioned that Only licensed House for Miles around is an inn at Bustard which has been out of hounds since monday. The Princess Patricia regiment which is away from to general body of the contingent has had a wet canteen Ever since arrival Here the regiment also had a wet canteen at Levis but Val Cartier was dry throughout some of the men who did not like and said hard things about it Are modifying their views now that they have reached Sal and begin to appreciate that no where a Camp is fixed there . One thing in which Val Cartier in a double sense Over Salisbury was in being Jated with electricity. The water Supply at Salisbury it is said is so tar not up to the Quebec Encampment. Leave starts today. Leave starts today As Many As 20 per cent in most of the battalions receiving three Day passes. Scotland in particular will consequently receive Many prodigal sons. Men proceeding to Scotland or ire land have an extra Day allowed for travelling. The Story goes that some men of the Queen s own Toronto received evening leave the other night and began to walk across the Plain. They lost their Way utterly and de i med to make for a Distant Light. They walked for about three hours and then found they had been following an Auto Mobile crossing the Plain. Princess Pat soldiers Are swelling around declaring they passed three other battalions in the March up from the railway to Camp on their arrival. One of the regiments thus out walked is said to have consoled itself in that Pat s pets Are All old soldiers and More used to marching. They Are More used to telling old soldiers tales too was another reflection on this incident. Lord Roberts visit. Lord Roberts is expected to visit Sal Bury tomorrow. Lord Kitchener will inspect the contingent later. Col. Sam s canteen views. Oct. The Hon. Sam Lughes when seen today on the subject of the establishment of a canteen at Salisbury was not disposed to say very much on the matter. The permanent forces in he said have a canteen and they Are Well looked another officer now commanding an important Section of the contingent when seen on the subject pointed out that a canteen in the lines would tend to have the Sale of intoxicants under thorough control. Salisbury he said is dotted All Over with Small liquor houses and on sunday for in stance men can get supplied at these at practically any hour seeing that a three mile walk takes them under the travellers licensing act whereas if a canteen is established in Camp they Are restricted to one pint Beer daily each and there is no treating. I have had a clean defaulter s Sheet up to reaching England and do not anticipate the establishment of a canteen will make much difference in this mat Ter. Soldiers do not get too much in the regular army on account of what they take inside Camp or Barracks. Canadians Are part of the regular army now and it is to be expected the same arrangements will apply in their Case As in other branches of the ser i prom another source we understand j colonel Hughes had a conference with i general Alderson on the subject of the canteen to Day but it is unlikely the i decision established regarding the can teen will be revoked. Solution of belief held that some More Vic Tims Are buried in ruins of tenement House. General advertising. Conclusive evidence that or. Chase s i ointment cures itching piles. Or. John g. Mcdonald. Pictou 1n.s., writes a used or. Chase s ointment for itching piles and found that the first application gave Relief. After using a few boxes of the ointment i was completely cured and can recommend it highly to All sufferers from. This disease. You have nay permission to use this letter for the Benefit of or. James m. Douglass Superior Junction. Ont writes for about six years i suffered from piles and often would not work for two or three Days at a time so great was the suffering from pain and itching. Doctors treated me in vain and i tried Many treat ments before i came across or. Chase s ointment. Two boxes of or. Chase s ointment cured me and for several months i have had no return of this annoying there can be no doubt that or. Chase s ointment is the most effective treatment obtainable for every form of piles. 60c a Box at All dealers or Edmanson Bates co., limited Toronto. Luss of suit kidneys eat less meat if you feel Back achy or have bladder trouble. Montreal que., oct. Of the tenement Block in Frontenac Street in the foreign Section of this City that was wrecked tuesday a violent explosion was searched last night by a gang of City employees and no bodies were found but three persons who Are said to have been in the build ing when it was destroyed Are reported massing. This morning a report reached police Headquarters that Morris s Zubatyy a russian 35 years old who resided a few blocks away had been in a Small bakery store in the Block at the time and had not since been seen. This part of the building suffered the greatest damage and mrs. Jurin sky the proprietress of the bakery was so badly injured that she died the following morning. A who with her baby boarded with mrs. Jur Insky has not been found. Another jewess Boarder in the same House who j was yesterday report eel missing was located today. The three bodies May he in debris at the foot of the Walls which cannot be removed until the avails Are torn Down. The basement was thoroughly searched last said detective in Spector Mccallum who Lias charge of the police investigation today. There May be bodies higher up in the build and this will be known when it has been completely demolished. I cannot explain the overwhelming stench that pervades the ruins except by the theory that there still remain human bodies in the cries reported heard. Reports of cries from the debris led to the hurried search of tha ruins by a gang of City employees last night. 1 was informed that cries had been heard said acting mayor Vandelac j and thinking that someone might be still alive i ordered thai a search be made at once. Ten men were engaged j nearly All night on the work but the found nothing. The police believe the explosion was of dynamite in the basement of the Block. Speaking of this today inspector Mccallum said there must have been several Sticks of the explosive. They were placed m the basement close to the Wall _ of Oil Frontenac Street. The base of this nine Inch Concrete Wall has crumbled and the part above fallen Down the strength of the Wall was the salvation of adjoining buildings. The premises have been searched and i can say that not a fragment of any bomb was left. The men round some pieces of cast Iron but these were parts of Metal Beds. Coroner s inquest. The Coroner s inquest today into the i meat forms uric acid which excites and overwork the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally. You must relieve them like you relieve your bowels re moving All the acids waste and Poison else you feel a Dull misery in the kid Ney Region Sharp in the Back or sick headache dizziness your stomach sours Tongue is coated and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is Cloudy full of sediment the channels often get irritated obliging you to get up two or three times during the Naglit. To neutralize these irritating acids and flush off the body s ruinous waste get about four ounces of Jad. Salts from any pharmacy take in a Glass of water before breakfast for a few i opposite eaten s razors 90 dozen Diamond steel razors first class condition. Regular Price Sale c 250 Toledo safety razors slightly damaged by smoke. Reg. O f Price Sale c cuff links Large assortment Gold filled cuff links assorted settings. Regular Price to Sale Price it Gold filled Collar buttons Large assortment. Reg. Price 25e. Sale Price. C every article sold during the big fire Sale is absolutely guaranteed. No goods delivered or charged during this Sale. S i the Canadian jewelry and importing co. Largest wholesale jewellers in Western Canada 315 Portal Kennedy in flying watch for fire Sale sign
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