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Vol. 4. No. 42. 



Montreal, Thursday. November 19, 1914. 



PRICE FIVE CENTS. 




In our Matlo-tfi- 
Measure Drpartment 
We can bbaw you 
i>ver five hundred 
samples. 




A cheaply made garment 
never wears well. 

U wil! !iui; and brrak and gei out 
of sh;i|ii3 in a few days. 

II you would pidclijf ifon- 
omy in buying clothes, buy 

W«ï never reduce the standard of 
our workmanship iliat we m:iy 
crouic a small prici'. Vini can 
rely on 'setting satisfaction every 
time: that's why il is true economy 
to buy it. 

Wm. McLaughlin, Mi 

'i\ .McGILL COiaiKQE .WL'. 



E. G. M. CAPE & COMPANY. LIMITED 



SlTOUrSBBS •* 
MOHTBBM aaii 



OOWTBAOTOM 

ST. JOKK, JKM, 



«>r:M:i(\L iti ii.ihm. ( oxsnticiutN 



Boms Contracts rccsntly undsrtsksu! .M.-iiill M. 
I.^^vl^ Biiil'iil.t. 1 "airK.i ri-, - - .M . „ Umliilim 

tor NiiriluTi. ri..tri. ( .miuiiy. l.miM.,., AiMii^iioii 
i'l.mt jfiil Sliui h iiM I' liiaJiiin Vii k■•l■^ l.miiiid. Thi- 



I in liii;. KiiiKlliirH 
; Whltworth to's, 
Atlantic Mugar tie- 



iitiy. î-t. JipIui. Nil.; Concrete Uurboui' vviiuives, Went St. John, N.U. 



HEAD OFFICE 



NEW BIRKS BUILDING 



VHIIiIiIFS SQUARE. MONTBEAti. 



Training Corps, "Attention!" 

A. HARRY WOLFE, 

248 NOTRE DAME WEST, 

Everything for Militia Nen-Canadian Government Contractor 



SLI DE RULES or m makss at spMUl prtoss to MoOlU StaOsats. 



33 



HARRISON 

mi:tcai.e street 



ft CO., 

(Dominion Squats.) 



D. GOLDBERG & CO. 

TAILORS 

have tlir very latest fashions. Their 

previous cx|)rrifncc in Russia, Kngland and 
the United States is at your disposal. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

30 VICTORIA STREET 

(Opposite Goodwins.) 




MILITARY COURSE \Regment Members QEAN BIRKETT 
FOR ENGINEERS (^'^t Concessions 

III CnilDTU VCADP^^'^'X'' -'^<<"^''''''> ^-^tlaidinff Drills 
m rUUIIin itftW Cd AddUumal Ma,h 



i24 



Lectures and 12 Periods 
Forms New Course 



Notices 



The Junior Dance Committee 
November 10, 19H, at 8 o'clock. 



will meet in ttic R. V, t;. Thiiraduy evening, 



Th» Junior Danœ Committee will meet at nice's Htudlo at ».3o i> m tiiis 
f VfninK. ImmemlHtHv «rter the meeting In the n.V.C. Instead of 8 ./ci.Hk 
t:ii« r venInK, a:' |ir> \ i'lii-Iy arranged. 



Th^ 
Kirowd'i 



Cla.sh pirmrt!- of Science '18 are now 
i Stadio, 649 HI. Catherine Wea* 



Dr. Harvey will be u< the 
amination and consultation. 



Vnlon this afternoon from 4—5 p.m., for ex- 



The Historical Cluli will mid tn-morrow nlgln 



;il th. i>Mi('eflan . College 



tight o'clock. A grmd alti.iiil.itir,- of members l8 riqiiivli'il 
There wlH be a Polo practice at S. 80 to-day In the y..M.C.A. tank 

b 



att 



rh»rf 
iniinn. 



uni 
It 



I :i li.ihki'tliiill |ira< tlet' at 
hopi fl that there will bf ; 



the V.M.C.A. 
big turnout 



OPTIONAL WITH 

CERTAIN SUBJECTS 

Chance to Obtain Commission 
With Royal Engineers 



"111' 



<M ihi .~t iiii' m.-» >>! llif 

il il Srji Mi l- is till ' l'll:>l 

aiiii<>iin<'<>nii nt : 
tf tilt iH I'srni î^f.ss>i,»n 
I' I 111' l'"ar;j|i,» iif .Vp- 
i> hii.- j.iill.il 111" • >f- 
inp^ ami lia.'- iitli'nU- 



In ùrclin- that student:* in ih. ,-n- 
gineering courses of ihf loiinii vt-ar 
may be afforded an npiiorMiiiix nf 
.securing a more cnnipli'ii- ti:iiiiiiii; mi 
military enginoerinK than llv.i . wh', ', 



I Mm 
l-'aiiill.» Ill 
to the toltiiwii 
At the i-liiM 
,viT> .''liiiKni 
plit d ."iri" 111 o «I 
tici rs' Tralniiii; > 

cd sevinly-fixc per cent, of tlie ilrillM 
hi Id lii-iwiM ii .Vtniulay. Xnvi niiiiM' 
ami Wi iliii sil i\ . Miui li :;isi ilimii in 
i lii.-iM i. H ill Imm Ihi luaiU... wlin li liv 
li.is matie in eaili Milijei t of lii^ imii.-.' 
iiirreasod h.v ten per cent, of llie inaxi- 
niuin marks ubtaliiubit! in the subject. 
Tills applies to iitudents of oil years. 



ADDRESSED MANY 
MED. STUDENTS 

The Position of the Proposed 
McGill Hospital is Explained i 



TO FORM FIELD 

AMBULANCE UNIT 



• iiirii-iihiiii 
■ii*ni > 

.-li-ni'i ,,111 ill 
i-iUM - i w I \ 

1 J pi riuiis. 



is alrcad.v nr»vi>1i-il in ih. 
tile l'aculiy .,r .\i.|ili.il 
uMi r n fiii Uu i- ri.iir. i- ,.r in 
Uns Mlliji, ;. -nil- :i.l,iii;.,i, 
i-oii .1.-1 oi :'| l. finr.-, .mrl 
• nil I'l 111,- latter iniMpyIng one uftei'- 
iM 'ii, It will be dchlKnaleil as mlliliuy 
■.MiKiiii'crinK 401, lo di.stiiiKiii. il il 

■ mil niilltary field engineering No. 4('0, 

■ li i ll .ilreudy finds u place in the cur- 
I'iciiUini. 

! Thi- following are some of the sub- 
1 Jectsi' which will be Considered In thir. 
' iiiurso:-- 

cirgunizattcin of R. E. unit». 

Iiiter-coininunicution in the field. 

Và|uipinent 

Uefcnslvi' posilion?. 

nrl>i):r.s and roads. 

famps and l>iviiiiuc!>. 

Tare of hoiMM in the field. 

lîi ennnaisjianef:, 

!'■ 1 iviaiieni fortification 

I Hill \\>TUJ: 

Di liUilll'.'ins \vi:h « .xlnii»'' e,- 
Tin mars. ;!I h, iv. ii iiail-T 
j'l'.iil aiii-pii . .-.I I .i,Mlt\ iif 

pllid bciiatce ..f .Mt-aill l."iiiv.-.sity 



JUNIORS OF R.Y.C. 
DEFEATED SE lORS 
IN KEEN DEBATE 



Sir Wm. Osier Writes thai the 
R.A.M.C. is Delighted 
With Offer 



McGill Supply Store'' 

25^/^ OFF ALL McGILL SWEATERS 

FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 

SCOTT BROS., 
404 St. Catherine Street West 

llelneeii .Hcl ill I iilligt- .V>i-um> and yim 



tr 



The Next Debate Will Be That 
Between the Sophomores 

and F reshios 



Tin- 



■ ■ l.irnevi i riUMi nf m- ds Ratberrd 
till 1' in a liiin: \%ni!i' ivnii iiri--'i ii' , 
I in till .V.-^ai-mlily Hall ol llii new .\Irdi- 
Iral ftiilldlng ■ ye.sterday afti:rnoon lo| 
I Iii-ar Tiean IllrUett .>tii !iI< on the Medical 
• 'ni-p.-. of Mrillll riii\rr.-ii I'lMiii tin 
friinl ii'U i-i 111- ii.iiK i!i.- MiiilKi'i ii'ii 
WH.s fill- d vi itli o.-irnr!'t mcilaal slurti iii> 
e:i-;cr I i )• .irii al fii:il liaii-l wlial Ilu" 
opiii ,1 ; 1 -I ii.r si rvlc" al -the frmil 
liliulit !j . ' iii|iliasl;sink- ome again Ilu 
lilt, II -I sill, un li> tile Mi-illi-al .-iinl' ii!' 
of .Xli-ilill .il Mil iii(-s. lit w.if slinaiiiin. 
The li vitv wiileli u>ii ill\ inarli.- ;i lurse 
apsi-nihly «iirli as ililN, wa.s ali.sciit. i 
Whi-ii Dean liirkett appi-ared, follow - 
iiiiei-year del)atc8 eil liy Cap!. Itiirnetl, i^apl. Todd «nil| 
I'liiiilnon Kooni nf tlii-i Mainr .Mi'iîee. tln-re wah uni' liiir--l n! i 
iiili-^e yi-sli iil.iy after- 1 •ipPl-in-'i' l'y tin .-^l ml, ill- .mil iln-'i 
11 wa.-> ■■Ki'siilvi-d. iliiil I ,|ii:. Inis^. Dean HirKili a iiiioiin. e,! 

in bene- { tliut the diviKinnal headiitiariers in th--> 
elt;' had received ordi-rM to niohilizi- a 
lii-!i| amliiilanei- unit ul u Im.-Ii rapi 

HariK It. of lln- nn ilir.il ^.t ii;. h.ni i n 

appointed lln- nri^'iiiixhig luaii. Thi^ 
unit V ill ati tu !-"iii(land, -where It is 
defined likeis .\l:ijiir K. V. Cnniplu-ll 
'vill a -siini" i-uiiitn I nil 

Tin ; 1"-. K' r i \|ii:iineil jil.sr niii: > 
i;i|i| .iiiilmlani-i- I urns waM, ami wli.ii 
lis ihiiii-:: \M r, This unit is tin or- 



ili 



AP-| 
ami ' 

"I t!ie O^partmvnt of Militia and De-, 
fi-n.-.:. ; 

liiHirticiion » II hi' i;i\eii In ii.ii i I 
l.,|i iit. Rriintoi . jssisliii by other meni-i 
hers of till I'liiverslly staff, .nnd In 
pan b; stuff officers assigned for thtsj 
purpose by the ('unadinn fîovernment. 



las: 

Ha.s Ill-Ill ill ilii' 
l{i'.\.il Vii ii'i-;ii I 
noon. The .-^iinj 
I.I()yd-Geor«eH i<Oi-iai ii.ol>ey 
ficlal 111 l'.'niîlanii." The >peuHers for 
tin- arilrni.itivo wiro .Mi.s.- .\lr-r.ill ami 
Misj I'ormr, ul ihe .Imilor ivtiv. aini 
tor tin- negative .Ml.ss Wtilto altd .\l;^s 
llard\', of the Senior year. The spi-ali- 
eru .'ill showed complet,- mastery of 
llielr l;ii-iy. lint thi-ir ili llvi ry li f mm !, 
ill h il siri il, ,-inil till .-ii|iiiiirti I s i.f 
Uie ii<".;!Hi\e siiK i f till .la.stlon ili,I 
liui |i:iy iiion.;ii .ittiiiliun t>i nfilliiiu 
the urminii nts uf iln'ir ii(i|ii.nriit«. Tin- 
nio.^t flnlfhi 'l -I" • . n lln il' lKit.' « .1 -I 
that gl\f!i h: .M. - Mn.'.ill i. r tlu- li- 
lirni.iiivi-. iinl .M...S .Mi l 'all'.- siiiiiiiiln;; 
ii|i » '.» .ils'i \ i'."> fun-. 

Tin J iil>;i:i of lln lii-hali wire \li:..- 
iierich, .Mi.si! t'aniirnii and I'rof. Flai-lt. 
.\rter some inlnutej. of di lllienitloii. till 
i|i'i-;-i',n was made kinnvn lo ''i" 
a:i.\i,"is ,Muiii i,,-e liy I'rnt Slai-U. « !. ' 
aiiiioiiiii-i'il. aftrr kIvIiii;; .soiiii' erlln'i.sm 
of tile mutiei and maiimr of delivery, 
thai the affirmai Ivn idde had won. 

Tin- lu \t I'f lln- ih'li:itc.s will I..- 1,. . 
twei-n till- l-'i , hi, s .mil .siniihoui'ii ' s. 
and tin v.iiuiim; viar inii.sl lin n eom- 
]>ete agalnHl Ihe JiiiiiurM for the hoiio- 
ef having the niiliilier of Ilieir year en- 
di-liii I iiii: .•^hn lil. 



THE MERCHANTS' BANK 
OF CANADA 

Paid-up Capital, - - - S7,000,000 
Reserve Fund and Undivided Profits, $7,24t434 



SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES 

|ii |io!.ilN received of (1 and upwards, and intcrcKt allowed at best 
I un eiit ratex. 

CITY IRANCHES 



von St. Jamei- Ktreet. 
.'120 Ht. Catherine Street Went. 
«72 Centre Street. 
IVTiS St. Cnthcrliio Street Kavt. 



l.'nil SI. I^awrenee Hf'iil»\.irr) 

ISitfi! Ht. Uawrrme Houlcviird. 

m. DcnlK and 8t. Zotlque Streets, 

Malsonneuve. 



;;aiiii'.,ii ion I 
ri.', with f. 



tl. s: 

f..:-' 
ih<- 
ihi- 
ami 
.1 ff,- 



,'ink 
■I i\ I 



a ml 



i|:i-.il 
• r- «I 



imsi ■ 

■•HI- 



MEDI AL FRESHMAN 
SHAVED EY S0?HOS. 
WITHOUT CHARGE 



Buildin; Yesterday After- 



noon 



i-sti-r- 



In each department ihln co-ii-se » ill ! «r.-ivi il on tin 

) be made uU^rnative with onu or nmri' 

' cou'THfS." cdriHlntlng of V>ne Hectlire Ti 
. week throughout the year, ur Its equiv- 
I aient, which cuuntee form part of the 
I regular work of th" fourth year. These ! 
' I alternative course» are iih fulInwH:-- j 

III the course of Civil I3n«ini erlnR. - j 
! Municipal ICnslneoring t.V" or' 
I KliTtrie liilUvays i No. or ll>.j — _____ 

'''7n'h.'î"^!r!^roi'S eS!;.l Kn-n. i-r- 1 ^"«^'''"S SccnÇS in Old Medical 
inR. Thi- lecture on .Monda>. IL' — I, 
llir,.iii;ho',it ihc «edfilon in Ilu- loiirsi- 
i i i;ioi'!i leal l'",m;lni i-riii;; l.ahuratni v 
I. No. llSi. 

ill lln- eiiiir.-ie ol .VI. i liariii al Kiigini - 
erIiKf.— Manufacturing Plant . Design 
I Nil. ;r.»i. 

I: lln- i-'iiirui ill Miniiisj I-.'ne.im-ri !iib. 
- 'r, I 111 Hsitn; l..i b"iM mr' ilJ .iltir- 
I not'ii iieiiiiiisi, jnd I'vi- Drt-s.slnis .Mii- 
ichinery i rj I. i tiiri si, and Ore De- 
I poHltn ( U' leeliiresil. 

In the i-onrce of Hallway Trannpor. 
latlon. — Kiiilvva.i .\t -i lianical Knglneer- 
I Ini: De.s|;;nlnB iNn. .'l!"?» 

This ei-dr«i- in .Mililar> l-am .inerimi, 
, No. toi. \<ll| 1)1' Moveriii'il liy Hip ^nm,• 
I mien of attendance, etc., un the ollii r 
! coiirseo in the curriculum, and will 
ceminenee on 
i .Mi'NIiAV, .VI iV KM UK H ÏJHD. 
I AU «L'identn of the fniiith year who 
I elect to take Ihic coarse must notify 
' the Deun of tlil.s fact, and also what 
j alterna live Fuhji-ct ihiv wImIi to omit, 
I op or before tin-, ii.iti 
I An nnnoiini I'tm 111 ui ihi lioiirs at 
; which Ihese lennres are to lie ln-ld will 
; be poKted <in Friday, Nov eiiilier :;(itil. 

ThN ofition. a.s Rtrvled above, Ih avail- 
alili- only lu Ktinlenl.^ of ihi- fourth year 
, in the Kii«ln"i rinu efnir.irs. 
' Il Is iiriih.ilili- ihiit .1 rr.i imeiiieiitii 
ma?- he made wlien by Hludi-iils o( lln' 
fourth .vear^who have fulfilled all the 
1 reiinirementi for nn Infanirv commis- 
fifin h\ f.,l|.iv. Inc Ihi- emiri i' i.f li.iln- 
• im; |.i.i\ ;il,-il liv Ihi- rilfii-ns' Tr.'-iin;- 
forpfi. ami who have taken the roiir.si n 
: In Military Field KnKineerInK, So. 
4011. nnd In .Mlillary Knitlneerln». So. 
i'<\. mill have pns.sed tin- evaiiiiiiai iona 
in ih'- s.ime, and v^lio i-.in also in.-i, an 
exiimiiiatlon In rldiiiiir, may 'lualify fur 
la lleutenant'R ccimmlHHlon In iin iimal 
t'aiiiidlan KnKlneerM withmic f.ollii-r 
■ ••xaininntlon. A definite itutement 
Willi n ference to this will be posted 
' iiliortly. 



I Till- SophonioreK In .M<-dirln 
<lav nfli'rnonn had their firsi i h nn n- 
, l.irv siirtti-ry i lnss. Diiriim the last 
few dii.v.s the eagle i .v i of lln Sophu- 
I mores had Iji-en nttracled by a litili' 
hair urnvvlnit on the tipper ll|i of a 
I Freshman oi the .Medical Faeiilt.v . .Vow 
il sii happens that thU same Kri-siumiii 

Itliki's II siilijeet vviti'. the si-rnml .'ear 
nien. AI till- end uf till' kc'iiin- in ilmt 
.milvii'i t ee.sli rday afti'rnoun lu- vviis 
fliovvn to a front seat in the romn nnd 
the président of Med. IS look lln- floor. 
Ill' lolil tin- tiii-elln^ Ihii the Maid 
Fri Rhiii.iii hail liKii .ipiu ■1,11 ill i| nn the 
matli-r of sliaviiiK. Iml li.nl alisolatet'- 
refused til touch hi.-* iip|*r lip. The i pi.-, in' 
accused Rlnied his reasons for olijec-t 
Inc In so iiiirunv iiii iiur a inanin i* llmt 
"li'ii .1 M.t.' M.is l.il-i-n .IS tu vvlniln-r 
lori-i- shuiilil II, ii.m-il ur not. In Inst iii.s 
case. lie wbh Immediately stri lehcii 
ont on the desk, the In Hier vva^ .i|>pHid 
and the cause of ih,- hri-in h n ninvi d. 

Someone then ripuriiil ih.ii i\ Suph. 
w.is .ilso ttearlliK .i tnollsl.nlii \\ h. ,i 
s|iuken lo he *inld lie \viin vviIIIiik i,i ;;ct 
.ilniiL: without it If II thi- upinlon 

III ihi' i-l.-iss thai .><u|il!.. si, mild not 
Ui ar " one. Tin Ii hi-;.. in .i h. -ili d cle- 
hali- on Ihi' s'.alus uf .i S-ii'h . il fln.ill'.- 
Iii imr iinanlmu ish rli ruli il thai -îuiilis 
wen- nul to havi moii^tarlies, much to 
tin- pleasure of somi- who feared thai 
they eoiilil not «rovv n moustache If It 
was decided that second year men 
Bhould. 



ready and may be obtained at j 



UNDERGRADUATES 

IN m:dicine meet 

FRIDAY EVENING 



ir. 



gym. at B.IH this 



T. 
on 



A. Starkey Will Speak 
"Military Sanitation 



CHINESE STUDENTS 
IN UNITED STATES 
SH DW AN IN CREASE 

Seven in Princeton Sent Through 
Boxer Indemnity Fund 



Tli«-ie are at present «evi-n ''hinese 
fiiirt«nl« lakinn cnirses In Fririe<-tun 
who lia\e in m sfiit |,, Ami'rlia on Ih- 
IPixer Indemnity Kdiieatlohal Fund, 
rhil fund wan eht^bllahed in iViN, wiien 
CongreM pMsed m bill relornlng 11 1,- 
of the Boxer laMnoity to 
T)>e CMaeM Ovrentmcnt at 



once net this money anide to const iiuf 
a fund for the edtîCatlon of rhlnf-^e 
atudentM In American colleges. 

Heliveen forty and fifty stiiiJml.t 
liav- li<-<-n SI lit to .Smr^rh-a i arh yi ar 
sllK-e this |.l;in went ililii i f f i ( • ftp. 
I'll'- .1 sluiliiil IS i llirilili fnr llus srhol- 
.irshlp hi- miisl p,i.s.s rl«lil examinations 
and posKeHD the following (|iiallfirn- 
tions: Qen' rat Intelligence, gmid char- 
actrT. SQiltiil hi altli. rejip>.i-tal)le foel.-il 
punition, -int. il. il- au'-. knuwIi-ilKi- of 
»'lilnos,« lltiTalui-c and hlsiory, and 
kniswledge of Knglish and general sub- 
Ji-ets toiffli'lent lo enable him to enter 
cii \MiriiaM niiiVFrnitv or fi-ehnleal 
"''|""I II 1- il-o |irinnl<'il that HO per 
'•••lit III iIk- Btuuiiili' s,-nt uliall Hpirlal- 
ise In Indnstrial ,iri>, ai;rii iilturf, 
KCieuei. and Klmllur hrani-ln-h, wlnlr ;o 
per cent, must «pecliillse in law and 



Thp leriilMr meellnR of the MeC.III 

fndi-rKr.iiluato Medii.il ,>«u, i.iy will 
held on l-'n-lfiv i-vt-rnnt ai S.I.', p.m. in 
Ihe .\fiMi niMj Hall uf ihi- .V. \i Mi iln-al 
Huildln». 

A v«'ry iiiirrosi mi; pri.^raiiimn ha.« 
liei n .irr.inKeii. Th'- i-ho-l speaker of 
'he I veiiliiK will III- I>r. T. A. Rlarkey. 
who will d<-llver .in ;i,l,|i,ss on "Mili- 
tary .Sanllalioii." sul.ii i-i which will 
appeal very slrun«ly lo medical stil- 
deniH in this time of war. InterestInK 
muHleal niiinli)<rH have al.so been ar- 
raii«i-d. Hi fri-shnieiiiM will Ij.- .servi il. 

.Hii f.ir thi- yi':ir ihi-s<- iiii-t-lini;.s havi- 
lieni very popular and It in expieli-il 
to-night that u large number of medi- 
cal undergraduates will be on hand. 



I» 



ti'.e watr-r you kiiI m >i,ur l>ii«i,l|nx 

'..iiij.,- inir"'"'' 

■ No; wt fiMjuttin,! find tracm ot euffre 
and other lubstaacM in It."— iBostAn 
Tmuetigt, 



Futurities 



illiiu isiii'.; 'Jl;' 
with fin iiil 11 , r- . In 
till- in-lil .Mliuill.ilii'r 
rii.l ,if th.- Ann- Ml 
It;- liiilieN .'all il III th 
tir.m; llne.s. from w in r. it nmuv* 
vtoiiiiileil lo II temporary hi-spii ii 
l.-iler to the liase lio.<<|illal. Tim." 
Ill amliiilaiH" I '.ri.s iiin-t l),.> i v . r;. 
m"'.i:.,- oriiaii. T':- li -.'in i-ailt'iin-d tne 
null that iliosr who went wmilo not ln- 
iriven any picnic -they would. h)»v« •. . 
work hard, endure Ionic limirs. enl wh- i. 
ami where Ihi-;. i milil. .iiid 1" lApu-,-! 
at all timi." I - s, rimi!? ihinci i . l ui 
llii'.si- reasrons 'inl.\ Ihos.' ul 111.' Hii'niiB- 
est pliy»ii|ne and ptissessliiR great tn- 
diiranri' eoiilil l>e ucenpn'ri. 

Two points were hronulil ;• ;'i' 
li iitiiin of tlioi'e who .mi .'-ii' i i - n 

tlStlllK. 

I "ItiasuiU'h :is '.uii p.ifif.ts ur 
Bunriii.iiis Imi i , nini.sU ,1 i uii lo mil 
rare, voii tnil. t obtain their lonM-nl be- 
fui-i- > 1,11 I nlist '■ 

". "Ill full- i-iilislim; a leit' r inun '■<• 
sent 111 till- (:ii'iill\. ai'i|ii 1 lilt i m; lln in 
Willi 111.- la.-l. i.iiliim Ihi- no ronees- 
slons will be Kiiinii d upon return," 

Y..iterday afternoon l>r. Itirketl ri - 
celved a letter from .«lr Wm. OiiU r stal- 
ing that he had had nn lni»'rview wlih 
thn irene'ral direelnr of tlif Miiliral 
f I'orpM of tile Hiltlsh army, who was ile- 
llnhled and .-iNtoiimli'd at Ihi- offer of 
till' 51. -Hill to'iieril lluspifal. 

This Kri-at lias, husiiilal. .is 1>, .in] 
' nirki'tt fxplnfneil. wfil ae. iinitii'Ulai. a-l 
' man.'' as the Itoval V i tuii.-i ami Mun'-I 
rial ('..'neral eoiiihin.il. and .an 'Uih ' 
il" ii.sri! effectively when the ïom u! j 
,aiMiiin has been farther removed fruin 
• hf* I'li.i si . I 
In eiusiiic the fp'iik."- -mIiiI i:i:it| 
tin- .Mi-ilical hliiil.'iil.-i Wuulil .-iiiiUiiiif ' 
w'lih their Hipiad and company drill, an>' { 
laler tiiki- lip Kireleher drill and repiil ir j 
iiriii.i- iiii'illi'al lurps wm k in eonjiini t iui, I 
with tin- iiiilMlsui liiiiiihun. ' 

I Ir llli'ki'tt v i nliired tin upiniuii iliaij 
this ifw field iimbiilance wonid not , 
li-avi- for iiversi-iis .n.TVlei' ln'fnre .lanil- | 
■.\r\ I. ..mil Hi.' t;.-ii' fill huspllal, If a. • | 
i-i I'll 11. Il' lure .Mar.'h. 

ipl. Hiirneit, wli.-n .-.ilit-.l iipun. 
I a li-w- puiiils III regard lu Un' 
rkiiiu uf I fil l. I imliiilauri . This 
piirl uf iliu Si I vier- IS ilivlili'il into three 
part.- 111. Ill arer ilivlsion, who carry 
Ihe wuiiiiil.-il from till' firing Uni- to 
Il iiipur.irv hospitals wliii h ( unsi iliif i-s 
Ihi' ti-iit ilivi.sion -lln- llilril is tin' 
transport division, whose iluly 11 Is to 
.'onvey Ihe Inin.'ili s of Ihi- temporary 
fi' 111 hii'-iiii.il lu Ihc hircrr Impi- h"^- 
pil.il 

.Majur .Ml Or.-, ol lln rnlversit.v li.il- 
tnllou, slated the function of the regi- 
ment w.Ts to turn out men who would 
111- uf si rvii-e tu Ihr riiiinirj . Tin- ha.si- 
liospi;;iI .111.1 th.' f'.i'lil ;iml.iil.iiiri 
wuiild ri'ii'ive till- suiipurl ul tin I'nl- 
veri«lty unit. 

The final speak. -r w.is I'.ipi. T.ulil. of 
Ihi' University r.-Kiment. who said In 
pari: "Tlie one olij''.'t of thi-s .Irillini'. 
is lo mak.' IIS elflcleiil in what. ver 
position we may take in war: wlirther 
as wirelrsH operators, A. M. i", in. ii 
or attached to the proposed bane hos- 
pital. Whatever you find to do, do it 
with all your might." 



STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS OF McGIU 

Iii;i'ii>'IT Ydt'U S.-\VI.\ii.S WITH 

THE MONTREAL CITY AND 
DISTRICT SAVINGS BANK 

ESTABIiXSHEO ia4C 

r>IIil-;rT<il;S:-- II. li, I .\. Oiilnu-I. IT. -I. Il ill II. Ill lichen M:irkHV, 
\ ii c-l'r.- I.I. Ill; it. lliiliun. <.i. .V. .Monn l. U.ih. rl Ai uher. Jlon. 11. Damlu'r- 
and. Hon, C J. Uohcrly, Sir I..omcr Uuutn, Ur. Uonuld A, Itingston, F, W, 
Maison. 

HEAD OFFICE AND 14 BRANCHES IN MONTREAL 

The Only Bank in. .-rimrnte.l under Ihr .s^imiius Hank .\. i .loins Imsi- 
111 th.' city of Miiiiiii-ul Us charter iiliif.ni i from ihat uf all i>tln"r 
b&uka) eaaiurM every posiibU protection i.. 1 •■ ii.i.sitorx. ITS CXISF 

OBJBOT Is lo reeeivr iiml lu SAfE&T HTIfEST siivUiKs. liowev«r mortei- 
nte, of tile widow, orpli:iii. si Inili.i. i-li-i-K, appretili.'o, oI the young people 
and the working indiislrlal ami iiKrteultiiral élusse». 

livery conrti'sy and ,ittentlun will he shown 10 yon. whether your 
■irrouiit \tt large or small. 

w, w. voiir^B 



• Manager. . . - 

HI. Catherine St. West Branch — Corner McOlll College Avenue. 
Ask for one of our "Home Savihgit Banks." It helps you to save. 



ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY 

UMZVEO. 

X.ABOSST AMD WBA]:.T»SBC VISE XIISVBAirCB COKFAHT IE 



LIFE DEPARTiVIENT 

SOME "»oYAX." mscoaoa. 



FBOriTS 

.'•■aiiie urvaiicit liieh rate of pro- 
fits for 4:'i years. 
I 'M r II.DOn.iino cash distributed 
III polir'ylii.lilçrs- at Inst dcelarn- 
lirii uf prollls. h.-luK 'JCgi;;. .if the 
wltli-pi iillt pr.niliiiir; received 
ilitrln,; ll;.- .iiiln.|iii-niiiiiiii. 



rUMDB 

lafe fiinils ovi-r J.'.o.ono.fioo. over 
40'v uf slims .t-.-^uri'.î. 

BCOHOMT 
KxpriiHes i;iii5i,„ of premium 
Income. 

c&Ams 

No claim has rv. r been rnntested. 



Til* building of nil the houses, th* mills, th* bridges sad 
the slilps nnd the accompUshmeDt of all other great 
works v.'hich have rendered man clvUlieil nnil happy, 
have been done by the navers, the tluifty: and those who 
have wasted tbetr resonrces have always been tlielr 
slaves. 



The time to lir-Rin to save 
money, no matter how small 
th« sum is HOW. 



Write at em-e for parlirulnr.i of ppeiaal 
titudenfs lilndowmont tu J, M, Coote, 
Koyal Insurance Co., Limited, Montréal 



FRENCH STUDENTS 
ARE PREPAR NG 
T O PRESE NT PLAY 

Reliear.saKs for the Annual Play 
of tlie Société Française and 
French Club Have Begun 



"-I' 



examinations 
practice 



at the 
at the 



p.m. — .Medical 
I'll Ion. 
p.m.--llaskrlbiill 
V.M.C.A. Oym. 
p.m.— Company "C" drill, 
p.m. — Polo practice In Y.M.C.A. 
innk. 

li.m.— -V.durri rr .- upper at the 

Slrathcomi Hall, 
p.m. — Junior danec, commlttre 
nuet Hi U.V.C. 

p III .linili.r D.iiK-i . (■■-.:iinilttr-f 
p-iiinii- Il liii-.'s s';u.l|.i. 
S.OO p.m. - llislui lral dull al l>iocesaii 
College. 



Û. I .*! 

5.80 



S.OO 



9.^11 



r.irneitn Institute of Technology, — 
An.lri'W I'.irnegle gave an ad.lresr al 
111. uiivilllng of !lie IJohirl lliirns 
.Mémorial statue at the Carnegie Insti- 
tute of Technology. 



Dartmouth College. — 1 tii- rrport 
from Iiartmoiith Collegr, in .New 
(lamiwliire. show 4S per .-. nl. .if tin' 
Fre.-ilinii n hi'luvv in IiIoIorv. ,1(1 per 
1 1 III iH'low the mark in Knglish, and 
:'i; 111 r cent falling In their msthe- 
inatKs. 



I.;iii\ersily of Wisconsin. The 
rroar country teams of Minnesota and 
Wlsei.nsin will mes*, this aftem'sm in 
till- first cross country roer of Iln- sen- 

s,in. Six men will represeni ,'.ii h uni 
virsily -over a .five-mUe roiirsr, ihr 
f'jhit XlT« mçn on each sid« to dctonnine 
aumlMr «f points. 



ARCHITECTURAL 
STUDENTS VISITED 
THE IRDN WORKS 

■■eii-i n il i. r .B ■ , 

Clas.scs of '16 and M 7 Visited the 
Montreal Architectural Iron 
Works Yesterday 



lllr 
Wll ll 
1 I'l 

Th- 



Yesterday inorn:ni; at the ela.is 

on "Ornamenl and Decoration" of the 
roinhiiirri yi-ars ot Architecture l»lfi 
■iii.l till 7 Ill-Ill their first trip uf tlir 
year. The (i.iily w.is I'l rliai^;, ..r I'l .,- 
fetsor Tra.piair. .if Uir ni-parlmmt uf 
Ari'hiteciure and ii whs under his 
guidance that an insprctlon was made 
of Ihe forwes of the .Montreal .-Xrehi- 
ti'Oluriil Irun \\..rKs. Tin- i-lass nail 
Ihe pr'"llese of walching an expert 
smith at work on wrought Iron. Wihlle 
this was In progress Critfessor Tra- 
qu.iir .-xplaimd Ihr iliff.'rent pr..- 
I i-ss. .irnl rnrihu.ls i-iiipluyf-d in thr 
weUIInK ami hammtrlnK of iron into 
decorative forms. The smith who 
gave the exhibition of each branch of 
work (shiiwrd exerptiunal skill ..s whs 
pi'ovi-.l 111 111.' Iriii-r 111- sli .Will from 
I'riifi -isur r. .Viilihs, of Ihe .\rchltee- 
lural Detmrtmeni, reccmimrnding very 



III s|i.;i uf till- ll iffi.iil; y 
i ll in sp it lilt; ninii fur r.-'n irs.il 
Siii- rl. I 'r 1 iii-.i i;-. . .11 .'..nju III"! i'ln 
thr Crrrl. I 'r.i i..' r, - . .i,i~ ili i-i.l. 
present .i I'li in-ii pi i,> this sia'on 
pii'C.' rliiise;i fur presi'iiialion is 
five-.ict drama, calh'd "I.e» tJberles," 
adapled from the novel of thnt n.ime 
by Urn,- ll.i'/.iii, uf tin- .Nradrmn- Fraii- 
cais.'. This pii-e,- :;ivi-s m arm ,il i- iinl 
enthralltii); pii-tur.' of Ihe life, condi- 
tions and general atmosphere which 
existed In ihe annexeil territory of 
.Msiin- iir:ur to ihr presi-tit war. I; 
I- uf ■.;r.-.ii ;ii|.rrsl at lllr Iirr.S.'lll limr 
as K;\inu .( clear idea of Ihe altitud.' 
of the Alsacians towards their Ger- 
man .-oti>|iiei'iirs and us showing that 
till tii.-i.li.rity .if thi-m at IrHst, wmild 
111' ovcrjiijiil to .ser tlirir ..iiuiitiy n - 
iii-«lai.-il as a department uf I'"r.t!i.-i . 

The first rehearsal w.is held Tues- 
day i-vrning in the Common Itumn of 
the Koyal Victoria Colle;;r when, wuli 
the able ussistaner of .Melle •iri trnn. 



DR. U. J, HARDING 
ADDRESSED McGILL 
C HEMICAL SOCIETY 

Poor Attendance at an Extremely 
Interesting Meeting 



At .11) iiiiforliinntely poorly attendid 
tu.-i tim; uf till M. iilll I'hrmi.-al ,<.ii-ii t\ . 
In I.l on Tu. sili.v. ITlli. in the Mnrdouai.l 
i°lii-mlsir> ami .Minim; luiilding. Dr. 
\' .1. Harding gave an I'Xtrcmely In- 
irirstimr ar.-oiin, uf a plrre of work 
i-n wlii. li. -issui i:itr(| n-iih Mr. II. M. 
.■M. 1.1. . an. In- li:ls In i n itu;:iuril fur the 
list siN nmnths. Tlii.-» rt-si-arcli has 
re#nlteil In a new method for the de- 
termlnallun ot .ilpha-aminonltrogun, 
which, while al h i-i is ai rurale as 
Hie liesi metliiiil mm in u:i. Is more 
simply oarrieil .nil, .iinl whn h has tl-.' 
fiirthi r advanlaci- ..f h. Im; .npplir:ilii - 
lo Ih.' analysis of sm.iihr i|ininlilies. 

The method is a colorlmelrir one and 
ilrpends upon the formation of an in- 
trus. -ly hlin- i .'iur. il -ulnti.in from the 
; liiirr ii ■ i'ln "I 1.1 ivi i.ilii ilrlndcne 
Ih.vilrati- Willi alph i -anniio ai i.l.|<. 
I The conditions moditying the reaction 
h.ive all been ear. fiillv worked mil and 
I .sta inl ini '/. ll. ami as a r, .<iili I >r Mai I- 
I Im. ami Ml. .\l:ii'l.r:iii 11, .11 I |i.is"i.n 
I lu imhl- h their .vork uid tu put Into 
till- h.m.I- 1. 1 1 in niis:.-s .i .«Impie, arcur- 
at. ami r.i|ril mi ih.-d I'ur ;hi- determin- 



fart that this work 
I' lli'ish.d In .iny of 
•al.-. il w.'Ui.l hr In- 
li. r.- .uu thlnr mur. 
.. . n -..111 ..I'.ivi 



"J i!"" ""'■''''""'"'r, «7" "i"","t'"i i"""" alpba-amlno nitrot-en 
their various roles. It was decnlrd 

that the pliiv woiil.l h.- held about the view of thr 

middl.- uf SI .lanu.iry and the j.ro- has not vei lic.-n 

posai Iliai .1 . .-ri.ihi admission fc- Mhe eliemiral Joiir 

shrill. I he rh.ir.i.-d vvlilrh w.iiilil I.r ad* s.i' I. tu s.r, 

V. 11 I'l tin- p.'ilrii.li.' fiiiid, r.-r. ivr.l di finili thiiii li 

unanimiiiis siippori. Il is i'J!pe.-t, i| that 

the popular n<w Fri-neh I'mfess ir of 

liie Arts Faculty, M. Cml Murin, will 

lakr piri. Inn Ihis has nut h.-rri ilr- 

finltrly asrrri ;. in.-.l .is \,t. Tin- n.-.\' 

rrhi-arsal will be held next ^<llIl.l.l.^ . 

Nov. 22nd at 2 p.m., in the U.V.C., hni 

for those who will be unable t.i come 

nn Sunday an extra rehearsal will take 

place this evening at 8 p.m. 



highly Ihs worit of this Aan. After 1 lereatiiiti inurnlng. 



eiich plrce had br.-n examin.-d -jnd the 
ciinslriiri ion .-vplain.'ii \*y I'r.if.'snor 
Tr.u(ii..'.r 111. siinli i'is »,-ri- shun ii 
II '1111. 1 ill" wi.rKs. ri-iiirnliiK l>ack lu 
I y profitable «nd in- 



I!i lur> thr c onrlusiun ul 111. meeiiiiR 
Dr. Harding answered several ipies- 
tion.s as 'o the delaiis of his process 
an l t'l r. :if .r the president, who "hs 
!'. III. .'h IT. moved u vote of thanks !•> 
Ur llanllai:. 

Tlie attention of those interested In 
the me tines of this society Is directed 
tu lllr .'llaln,-i-d honr of ni, li'lii:, a 
ehaiiur iiniilr In iiir.ir.l vvitii in de* 
mands of the military mov. ment. 



.Visati lk»— "And so Slippery 8MB 

iMlh his boots on. eh t" 

i: -rN. mi! -NO, Im died with nir 

.. ..Is '.11 Tli.ii >. how ho ««»0 *9 difc"— 
IKwlOD Traistcrlii' 



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McGILL DAILY. 



Thursday. November 19. 1914. 




TtM Orticiai Oi'gaa nf tb« Und*rg raan«t« Body 



i uL'il^^^-<l i-MTx djy except tiunûay t»' 
TU£ tiTUXXBNTti- COUNClU 
M. C. Bcitty. • - Eric A. Le»lt«. 

Pre.-iclcni ; JHiT-ln-Chicf. 



V. Laniontarnr. 

Music. 



C>. s. McLennan. 
MiUt«r>- editor. 
F. G. BVKhca. M.A. K. A. FInUtay. B..\. 



.>~l>i>rtiiiK Eilltor. 
C. !■■ I>f»>-y, U.A. 
.\luiaui. 



rUO VISIONAL AlPDINTiUiNïa. 



A. T. Bi>n«. 

J. R, Taylor. 

S; & Perry. , 

M. R Dale HarrU. 
H. Woods 
•I. J. Harold. 

W. G. ïrvipg. il. A. 
\: E. Corbett. B .\ 
I- H. BïUantync. 

P. Tlmmrrman. 
I' Common 
J. h'^rthlns. 
M. H. HuicUson. 



EDI TO It.*. 

.\. fialLiKhor. 
\. \. .IriiK.s. 
)i. >l. .Ma. furlanc 
T .î Kc)Iy. 
I'. C cireenwood. 
'A . (i Ro^s 
':. 11. l'phiim. 
.UOTRIBUTORS: 
Kerry. B.A. 
■. • ; lii'wev, M.A. 

i:riMUTi;KS: 
^I I■"IJn^le^^ 

I;. Svni.'n.l 
.1 K. K\uhcrtord. 
J. Denny. 



R. & (yMeara. 
W. W. Bavcrldge. 
tu Koella. 

W. H. Kelly. 
Y. LamontaRn*. 

S. .1. W. l.i.lily. 
t.;. W. UourKc. 

W. II. Tu>l«r. 

I. . .\. Bruwn*. 
M. Kobcrtson. 

r r.i>i.>r. 

II. !.. Hl;i<-iiford. 
li. l'arliii. 

K. yco. 



ROTAL VlfTOKIA COIXEQB STAFF: 
Mla« Mmrjorta Bennetts. Miss Glad}.s si.iry. 

EdUor. As.>t. Udttor. 

RaporUrs: 

Mi>>i Alllrr Mcivin. MIks Marcaret Cuincmn. 

Mi»s Marjoric tJplor. Misa liatTicl Welnfeld. 

Mias Ciunaron Uny, MUa Mabel Cornar. 



EdUorlal: Mmill Union, 
Vp 146. 



Kditors (or this issue: — 



Advert l.<.ini:: l'nlty Bulldinv. 
Main 3063. 

N>ws — W. W. Bcveridge. 

Sport — E. Yeo. 

Military — D. U. Macfarlane. 



fraternities 

Prominent speakers and writers everywhere place their college 
friendships among the most potent influences of their live.*, and in 
forming these friendships the College fraternity probably plays the 
chief part. For this reason it behooves a man to think twice when 
invited to join any particular group of fellow-.'ituclent?. It is na- 
tural that men of like tastes and habits should wish to associate with 
each other, but a human personality is many^sided, and the young 
student would do well to study the upper-classmen and try to join 
himself to men whom deep down he wishes he resembled rather 
than those who are altogether such ones as himself. 

It is argued sometimes that fraternities encourage .«ecfionahiîm 
rather than broad college spirit. If this be the case, it is the fault 
rather of the individuals than the institutions. One way it manifests 
itself is in the effort to gain as many class offices and places on 
teams as possible for your particular frat regardless of individual 
fitness for the positions. This is a regrettable type of selfishness, 
from which we congratulate ourselves on being in general quite free, 
but against which fraternity men must nevertheless be on their 
. guard. 

Weighed against this there is the international characteristic, 
the membership in the wide student brotherhood, which ought to be 
i the noblest order of chivalry. There is the continuous personal con- 
;:;^ct With older men who occupy prominent positions in the College 
community, and best of all the friendships formed with kindred 
spirits, which, if they be not as sure as friendships with great books, 
yet are probably nwre valuable and give more real satisfaction. 



The Library 

There are some students, particularly as December and April 
draw near, who go to die University Library to study, but periodic- 
ally find the .same abuses reappear. Reference books arc hard to 
get hold of, there being sometimes only one or two copies for the 
use of a whole class. This state of affairs isn't improved by the 
occasional hiding of a much-needed book between half-past six and 
half-past seven by some selfish student. An enforced shower bath 
is the best remedy for this sort of individual. Then there are men 
who are merely thoughtless. They come in and out noisily, or talk 
in the reading-room, forgetting that though they may feel like hav- 
ing a breather, somebody else may be in the middle of a hard bit 
of work, and rather nervous from lack of sleep into the bargain. 
Watch these things, men, particularly Freshmen, and you will 
make things easier for yourselves and others. 



DONATIONS FOR 
WAR SUFFERERS 
AT ILLIN3IS 

Tag Day to Solicit Cash Contri- 
butions — Rooters' Cap Will 
Gladden One Child's 
Heart 



Recent Additions To The 

Peter Redpath Library 



Two tltousanU articles of clothinK 
have bctn donfted by students ami 
rCKidviUK lit thf Twill cities in answiT 
to the call of Cambriagi- UuJversily t..r 
help in caring tor IMOI) Belgian rc- 
iiigces, and t-vcrythlns; from buthrubvs 
and overalls to ruotars* caps have been 
contributed. The unlvir.sity wnimn 
will have a tag day t.. ,l i,,r lli.- 
benefit of iho n-ltcf fiiml. IT. if. II. J. 
Barton, \\U« h.i.x iIuuki' llv .■.•11---- 
tlon of iii..ri. > r..;- ili.' i;, li;i.iii rcfui;. 

^ iIkiI moil' > i;; ii.'t . niiiiiii; in .s.i 
iliiuklx ;i.s ,>thir «unirilititlonc!. Un 
uskb every fraternity in town to try 
to raised twenty-five dollars. 

Tin- l.^.r.nii.iiv,' li-Ktlrm l.ili..riit.ir.v. 
wliiili is 111. r.^iclviim (li-pi.t lor lon- 
triLiilii)ii.s, i.>i lillcU with liU drv ......Is 

boxes into which B. \V. lî. ii.-.ii. t ;nul 
three inHlnictors from the • iiKin. i riii« 
shops :in' imi'king ooiitrlbiii ions. Mr. 
Ill iii'diri has il notebook iti wlii. li .1 
reeoril of pv«ry articli- i.i Ui-pi. The 
olhi-r a!<>.i.st;iiit.s opi n th.- |.niiii<-,i bun- 
dles whii'h roiiio in. eall ulf i-.m- 
tents to .Mr Keiicdict and iiack the 
clothes In tin- boxes. Every street ear 
brings ill biinilli'H. 

TAii HAY TO-DAV. 
Mis.>i I V:iiiKi.- 1 1. .It. Ill ifi ill i-li;)r);<> of 
ihf Woniitr... i:ii^ (I. IV. Slu- h:iM :i liun- 
(Iri'il (.-ill* to hi'lp hir Kiithrr fiindH. 
l';:ich girl has her (msitlon on the cam- 
pus and a eerlHlii dlstrlet to work. 
Gill." from ,'x.rv .Hurorily .in. I orKanlxn- 
tloti III til. riil\ iisltv will alil. N'on- 
.sorority nir\n not rrpr.-.srniril in any 
or.;Hnizc4l house wen- imIUiI upon lo 
help at tlie weeUy Y.W.f.A. mo.-llng 
l.-iHt night. Any anu.unl from one cent 
11 1> is acceptable in payment for a tag. 



BRITISH POETS 
DETEST A WAR 
AND JTS HAVOC 

"They Err Who Count it Glor- 
ious to Subdue by Conquest" 



- • The Intercollegiate Debate 

The McGill Literary and Debating Society seems to be quite 
in abeyance this year. It is perfectly right that the regiment should 
have first place among student interests as circumstances are this 
winter, but if the other college activities, particularly such important 
■cnes as the "Lit." and the Canadian Club, are allowed lo die. the 
resurrection process will be an exceedingly difficult one later. The 
athletic clubs have been receiving good support, it seems strange that 
more academic societies should be so completely neglected. The 
Intercollegiate Debate is ordinarily one of the most important events 
of the season: this year, however, there were only six present at the 
try-outs, which naturally were postponed. This means that several 
men will have lo take the matter in hand, each collesling material 
upon some one phase of the subject and pooling their results in order 
lo lessen the work of those who will shoulder the main responsibility. 
We are matched with Toronto; they have been preparing sfea'dily, 
it is up lo us to do our part now, and not let this contest fall ihrouh. 



•ThCM- \;x\(<. uiitttn l>> .Milton, 
which onur In IWudlsc Uegulnud' 
(Lib. III., 71-lt2), may surely be ac- 
cepted UK most applicable to the pres- 
ent tliiii ," -.iiys a corri sponclcni of thf 
suturilay Kevtew: 

"They err >\tio count it ulorioii.s t.J 
Buhdue 

Ry conquest far and wldo. to oAerrnn | 
Large eoiintrhs, and in tield «reai hat-! 

tit.--- win j 
rJirat i ltiis .itb.iiill: what li.i ihe.-'e 

Worlliu'!". 

HUl lob aiiil spoil. Inirii, alaugluer and; 
enslave 

Peaceable nations, neighboring or re- 

ni..te, 

Made .apiive, y«t deserving frbcdom 

inore 

Than those their conquerors who leave 

bchinJ 

Xothlrii; but run wheie.«oer they 1 
rove. 

And all ih<. flouri.«hin)r works of p. ace' 
destroy, 

Then swell with pride and mustt be 
titled gods, I 

Qreai benefactors of mankincl, deliv- 
erers. 

Worshipped with t'empis, priest and 

Kucriflce: 

nti.- i.s the son of Jove, of Mars the 
other; 

Till roiiijiiiior n.alh difrover.' thorn 

.«raiTi men, 
RoIiinR in hriilal vices, and deform'd, 
violent or shameful death their due 

reward. 

Hut if there be In glory aught of good. 
It wv.iy hv means fur different bo al- 
tuin'ii 

Withoiil .imhlilofi war or violence; 
Hy deeds of piae.', by wisdom eml- 
ni'iit, 

Ily p.m. 11. -e, It nipi ranee." 

And aUu these by Wordsworth: — 
"It Is not lo be thought of that (he 
flood 

01 British freedom, which, to the open 
sea 

Of th.- wi^rld's praise, from ilark an- 
I if; 11 Ily 

Hath flowed, 'with pomp ol watei'd un- 

withstood,' » 
lloii.srd though it be full often to a 

inoo'l 

Willi I1 .vpiirns the check of salutiiry 

bandp, " 
That this ino.si 'famous stream in bogs 

and sanils, 
Hhoutd perish, und to evil and to good 
lie lost fnrpver. In uur halls is hung 
Armur.v of ihe invincible knights of old: 
We niiL-^i I" II..' or die, who speak the 

tollRII. 

That Shiikejipeare s|Hikci the faith and 
moralx hold 

Whlrh .MIlL.n liel.l. In iverything we 
iue sprmi;;. 

(If Karth'ii flr.sl 1iI...k1, have lltk^< mani- 
fold." 



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Mcriill defeated University of To- 
ronto by 14 ro 3 Haturday afternoon 
after one of the jn"'atept struititles In 
the history of I'anaillan fooihill. mi'l 
thus carried off the champlonhiiip .,f 
the intercolletclaie Union, qualifying 
ineldeiiily lo meet the Toronto Argo- 
nauts in the semi-final for the Can- 
adian title and the Grey Cup. 

- Blllie" BllllnKton and a powerful 
line that smothered 'Varslty> front 
guard were the chief factors in the 
success of McOlU- BilUnston played 
% great game from beglnnini; to end. 



often biiotinn the ball fr„m his own 
line lo mid-flelfl. 

P'l^^lcv. Or;.|.er, then \Voll,-,it lii.ck- 
e.l him lip wlihour H mistake, and 
Me K veil lie, at fin.irtpr, wn.i an extra 
half hack and winu hII In one. T„.-e 
nWu iil.iyeil a sen^atlon.il «anie amj 
I on the line, MrCllll had much thp bet- 
I ter of the ar«umflnt. Lewis and I^lng 
filstlnmilshed themselves throughout 

''•u..'""!'.'.""" t^':'"'"'-- •■"Id runnlns. 
I while Wftteroii.-. lIalih. .^on and even 
I the scrimmage m< n were f.-ir too fun 

and strong for their che,.ks. 



TELL-TALE LIPS. 

"You have been klMlnit another mmi ' 
•• you have no right to nay Itiat.' ili ■ 
elared the girl. 

"Then I withdraw It. But I prelerie'l 
to believe that than to think you had 
been chewing tobacCT."— B» chang«. 

KXTRA SFCCIAL. 

i;'ii-' (|!. New Y'Tk re»tiiiirniit) — 
\\ i.aiv ((■.<.i| to-day, IletiryV" 

Waltei— "Vou '.iiKli' I'. Mv th<? Cave 
Cuddle, sir. Itv K' l t . IleeltaUon 
stopped.**— Puck. 

FATHKR'S JOB. 

l,»,,il I t ;f r J"r*« or :rie (eminift 
moi.enie:j; In thin country, the tituliir 
hia'l ijI the hotj'r !-r\n\^avm to wind the 
CiSCk,— Cblcsgo ."^e 



BKTTCR STIUt. 

1 "i" "he left 

-lietter: Hhe succeeded in getting a 
hiisLHi,. with a good po»ltlon.'-Uo«on 

11 itriM. ript. 



';i.-i-l{<iw halt an .ne« of Iti.IS.T «. iiinl 
u T'opulatlon of I.'iK.diMi. 

I'allfomla Ih ii<hei;i,.|ii^ a» (anning In- 
duatrr In movintr i.lnure theatres all over 
the worM. 



yirg. Nancy Wllaon, of Smnir Hook. 
M '1 . I* 1«4 yearn old. 

Mm. Manors Johnaon ha. celebrated her 
lAdth birthday In riir«)i«gs. Mo. 84 ~ 
her own " 



College Notes 



fniverslty of Mlnnesotu. — A Knind! 
fniitball game wiui fflven by the 
Woniiin's Athletic Aïnoclnllun of the 
I"niver«ity of .Mlnnesot.i last Saturday 
in the arniorv. The Krenhinan-.Iunlor 
Ik-Ii I.-^ T' lirerenli iI une team, while tin- 
0|.pii.MinK team wax reprehented hy the' 
8nph--t<enior glrln. Special routers' ere- { 
tlons were provided, and each side had 
Its cheer h ad'T. 

Drake t.'nl\erslty. - - The preachers 
and the students uf the music depart - 
ment have decided to hlaup n push- 
ball conteHi lo nettle the hard ffelln» 
held aKiiinwl <aeh other. 

The Idea of a |-athlesH campus la 
being agitated -very much at Drake 
University. 

fniverslty ol ii.l.irado. — Fifty 
Freshmen have iieen lialb-d before the 
■ indent coniniistiiiiii fur viidallon rrf the 
associated stiidi nt ruleu, which provide 
that no first -year man shall appear on 
tbe campus wearing any headgear other 

than the official fMi.stace slump c'lp 
with the (sreen bultcm The commiH- 
slon Is given power tu piinliih all of- 
fenders of this rule. 

I'nlverxlty of KansaH. — A whist 
<ontest between the faciilty and the 
seniors of KiioHas I'rilvi rsity ^.^ lielnir 

planlieil liV llie ."-illid'-MI riilrin. llii. date 
lo be Met after tin- .Mlmmiri game. 

According to papers that have been 
turned In to the White Cross Com- 
mittee, mnri- llian I,noo Htudents and 
mcmlier.-- 'f the fueuliv bave contri- 
buted to tl>e fund for the relief of the 
Belgians. Besides these funds, much 
clothing Is kise being collected for the 
of tbe SnrepsftB sufferers. 



R.MX. GSADUATE 

KJLLEOAT FRONT 

Lk. H. G. Mackenzie, of Toron- 
to. Held Commission in 
English Regiment 



glans. pes 
thing Is hist 
of tbe Eiu 



Cables have been received by .Mr. 
It. (Jordon Mackenzie, :',1 VValiner 
lliiad, Toronto, from the .MCcretar>- of 
the War Office and from the private 
sccreury Ho the King, confirming the 
death of his son, Lieut. MaeKensle, 
fin ficlober Mr. M.ickenlle received 
a cable nt.illn»; thai hl« «>on wan In- 
jured. A later table staled that he waa 
anioMK the missing, while the two re- 
ceived most recently confirm the death. 
The one from the King reads: 

The King and Queen deeply regret 
the loh* vou and the army have sus- 
tained by the death of your son In the 
service of lii.M eiiuntry. Their Majesties 
truly sympathize with you In your eor- 

"PRIVATE 8BCRETABY." 

The one received from the Wsr Of- 
fice reads: — 

'peefdy rentret lo Inform you r 
rj. a. .Mackenzie, of the Royal Bcotf 
FuhUlerH, I» now reported killed. Lord 
Kitchener expresses his sympathy. 

• I'TIIVATB SECRETA ItY." 

While the foregoing cables would 
seem to put the matter quite deflnltsly, 
It is still hoped here that the lieutenant 
mav be only mlsslng- 

The late Lieut. Mackenzie was 25 
years of age on November 3, and was 
single, lie was the second son of Mr. 
II. Gordon Mackenzie, and has a bro- 
ther, A Oordon .Mackenzie, In the 
Kiiolennv Keglment, which will go with 
the second contingent, lie was gradu- 
ated at rppcr Canada College snd the 
Uoval .Military College. 



THE LAWLESSNESS 
OF STUDENTS DUE 
TOMANV CAUSES 

In Japan the Reasons for Row- 
dyism Have Been In- 
vesligated 




"In undemtand that millionaire's granl- 
parents came over from Europe In tne 
■taerage fifty yean ««l" , 
So dM he laat we^'^— Ssitlmere Am- 1 



In recent years the number of de- 
generate students in Japan has been 
greatly on the Increase. In Tokyo they 
perpetrate In brond daylight fruch act.i 
of lawlessness as would put western 
hoodlums to shame. The police auth- 
orities are doing their best to stamp 
out these dangeroue social para.iites 
but their efforts have been onlv par- 
tially successful. Of course, the ii.se 
of the police force is necessary to deal 
with these men but the remedy to be 
really effectual must be applied to the 
source from which the evil issuea. , 

These young men are the failures of 
the student olsss and whatever the ! 
cause of their. failure may be there Is ' 
little doubt they regard their future 
as doomed snd that this ide* has led 
them to deeper Atlon. 

Two causes are mainly responsible 
for bringing about this state of affairs 
—namely, the limited number of good 
soheols «id tbe tneresss of schools of 
dAubtfnl repnutlon. 

A large number of young men an- 
nually come to Tokyo from all parts 
of the country to be admitted to the 
unliersltles and high schools, but, as 
the accommodation in these Institu- 
tions Is limited, four-fifths of the ean- 
didates are refused admission. Thus 
many young men experience a disap- 
pointment which proves a starting 
point in their downward course. 

.Secondly, tbofe «re not a few 
schools In Tokio whose sole aim Is 
money-making, ami these do not l>es- 
itate In stoop to fiue.-.tlonahle means 
to attain their end. Woe to the un- 
suspecting young men, who, attracted 
by the gingerbread advertisements, 
SBtsr Uisss soliaets. Wksa Um rssi 



value of these .•icliofl;^ become known 
the student can't help but feel a sense 
of deep regret and disappointment at 
wasted energies. 

These circumstance!!, coupled with 
th«> unwholesome and even degradlng 
life thai prevails in many of the lodg- 
;iiï-housfH where students are quart- 
ered lead I hem deeper and deeper in- 
to the inlre of degeneration. The e.-*- 
tablishmeni of a liirgcr number of 
good !'Cho(ils In Tokyo Is most import- 
.int for thi removal of the evil that 
ha." appeared, while at the same time 
a stricter control than at present 
should be exercised over the private 
.schools and the assj-mblago in Tokyo 
of tiM> many .^tuilents be discontinued, 
he discounte nanced- 

COULO'NT rOOL HIRAM. 

.Vmonu the r>as?enirerf on i ruHman 
car waf » Kenlal man from tlie atfa'i'a 
I icone named lllram. He »a»-. "•'.hi'- 
' to visit relatives in the .Middle t\ e..t. and 
! that he had not done any threiinh trH\el- 
! tna before was very pluinly apparent. 
I As he ncared his destination. Hiram. 
' Picking UP his grip, started toward the 
rtrinr. Put the PuHman porter was there 
heiMie iiln). In his hand was that ever- 
:a*tlnc little broom, aiid on his face was 
wrlrten an rarnest appeal for a Iwentv-- 
rUe lenl tip. 

' t'line me, .-.ah," iinetuoiij'ly ollser^fd 
the riorter, iimkiiiK n few pasiies with th* 
brnnm. "shall I hrej-h yn' eff ?" 

",Not liv a Mc elKhl. ' «a» Ihe enn'd»- 
tlc responee of I 111 uni. he pro. ee. led 
to sidestep, ".les' as scon .is tlie train 
.tops I will Kit otf In the regular old- 
fashioned way."— Exchange. 



DIDN'T TELU HER BUSINtSS. 

A irtorv illiis-trntlns tli« rcticeni e ot tiie 
Scotch reuardlng their private affairs was 
ence told bv Inn Maelaren. A train "as 
at a railroad etnti- n when a porter put 
bis head Into a ear and called out: 

"Anv one In tide car for Poun V 
rh.-inire for t>oim' Anv one for Dount" 

No one moved; -ind In a few minute* 
ilie train was siieedlnir along, not to tttp 
Hjtnln fcr nearlv an hour. Then an old 
S-et,-). \M.man turned to a lady aittlni 
near lier an-1 >aid 

"I'm for Iieun- hut I d n'l tell that man 
go."— Chri stian H'-pl^tT. 

An average of 70 persona yearly lose 
their livM In forest fires In the united 
totales. 

An Australian is the ln\-entor ef a re- 
enrdnig target Which shows the course 
ef hiiilrts In relation to both stationary 
and moving objects. 



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A French ehoewaker has patented a 

machine that make* a plaster cast of a 

customer's foot, and from it forma a 
last over wMch his tftoes are made. 

In a Oermsn hospital a series of mir- 
rors reflect beams of light free from 
shadows upon an eperat'ng table from an 
src lamp outside the operating room. 

A stream run* most n>pl,1Iv one-f!f»b 
of I be depth he'ov the siirfare. and Ite 
sveraire Mieed Is that ef the current two. 
flfthe of Its depth a.l>nve the hottori. 

The Pennsvlvarln rallrtmrt system paid 
HM.39T,n«7 In wasi>t. liiet year. 

The clear r.ictorles of New York em- 
nloy nearly twice aa many women as men. 

A recent t'.S. Oovemment report shows 
that K-agea of farm laborers have in- 
creased more than n«oae of city workmen 
In the lasi twenty vesrs. 

rieces ot lemon, tied en for «everai 
nights in suocesalon. often will remote 
corns. 

— WssMngtoB fltsr. 



HE WAS SARCASTIC, 

The late Maurlc* Bai'r>-mor« was ilio 
Idol of the "Lsmbs" during hU llfet.mr, 
and even now the membens of that cbib 
t:4Ve delight In citing Instan.es of hU 
leadv MtiipAthv (ir sprightly wit 

One da\, so Ihe etory aoef. Harrnnora 
WS.4 awinKinii do»n Fifth avenue when 
Sldnev u.>peiifeM. tlie piaiwrlifht, ritehrd 
uo to hlni. ai; cxeltenivnt. 

"Oh. Mauilee. " lie wai'.wl, " !iave you 
heaM of njv misfortune ?" 

"N",>," llair,Mni>re sympathized; "Uthe'<- 
Illness in your fajnilyî" 

"Not that." said Boeenfeld, "but almost 
as bad. My little boy, five years of s«r. 
got hold of my new play and tore it to 
tatters." 

"I didn't know the child could r*«d." 
said Harrymore— and continued his wa'il. 
— Every tHJdy's. 

The leason was on the American In- 
dien, and the teacher asked if any little 
boy or girl could tell her what the leaders 
of the vsrloun tribes were called, saj* a 
Hrltl«h weekly. 

•■ Thev are called c!il< f>." promptly an- 
nouneed a bright little clrl 

"Correct. " ^al•l the teacher, nil'.lr.,; if- 
provlnitly. "Now, then. ..in .ins ■ n if 
vou tell me what the women of the In- 
dian tribe* are called?" 

For a moment there was ullence Ki-ry 
nupll in the c'.as* was thinking hard. 
Klnally little Jlmmle Brown's band 5bot 
up. 

"Well. Jiromic." said the teacher, "what 
are the women of tbe Indian tribes 
called?" 

"Mite Chiefs," praudly answered litae 
■Ttmmy.— Eachenge. _ 

OTHER ANIMALS A' RIGHT. 

A .iciittieh farmer recently paid a vi«,i 
to a 8uulh of England cattle show, and 
while walking around got talking with a 
native farmer. Neither could well under- 
stand what the other said. The Scotsman 
got a tittle netUed at this and put It 
down to the Englishman's stupidity. 

"Man." he said at last, "yer l'ooe moo 
a' richt, and yar cocka craw quit? pUla. 
but I'm cursed if I can mak* ye ootL"-^ 
Araoasvt. 



i 



Thurseiay, November 19. 1914 



n 








Gymaaumn. 






Wresting. 












Water Polo. 






Bulntban. 























r ootbalL 






Track. 






Rugger. 






Soccer. 






XpIWIWi 






> 


If. 



GREAT PLAY OFF 
SHOULD SEE A 
RECORD CROWD 

Fen- McGill Men Have Handed 
IB Ûxàt Names for die Week- 
end Trip to TcMTonto 



TWO HUNDRED MEN 

ARE NEEDED 



That Number Required for Spe- 
cial Train Which Will 
Acconunodatc Many 
More 



The sule of tickets for the trip to 
Toronto opened yesterday imd up to 

pri'si-nt thf list of thow wishing- to 
-;i> to ihi' lidrt ii t'lly is smiill. llnvv- 
cver. Mr. Milvillf lioius ihal ii will 
ijrow miiclily iiiiiil well oviT txvn luiii- 
drpd Muiiiiiis liavi' sisiiifioil thiir iii- 
trntioii iiiaUiiif: ilif trip. Only .iboiil 
lilifon liavi- piii iKiwn thrir iinnu:-, 
but it is ho|ir<l th.ii tlio list will in- 
clude Well ovrr a htiiidrod by this eve- 
ning, ll i.-* nocl■^■^.l^y to have the 
nanips early s.> ihai thi' Mai.i for Ihr 
.Mme may lir nsiTViul. ]ii onlrr thai 
sood tivuw may be obtained It it< ab- 
solutely essential that the men should 
put in their names not later than S 
li.ni. this cvctiine. 

McGill waiit.'^ .1 qooil rrowd out .m 
r^iiturday and wants to have all ihi- 
men uittinK together so that the yells 
and songs may count for the most 
possible in the game. Two hundred 
IS ihe number necessary before a tfpe- 
elal train can Ije chartered, but a spe- 
cial train can accommodate 700 or MOO 
if necessary. 13very man that huâ the 
lime and wants lo .-oe the best foot- 
ball of the year .-lioulJ In- cu;. 

Mr. AlcClciman. of Toronto, wired 
to ilr. Melville to-day, saying that 
even at this early date the crowd pro- 
rni.sori to I'l' a reeofd lireakcr. All the 
seat.s li.i\r Lui ii spolien for the i::anu. 
.Mr. Melville who i:i loolving out fur 
McGill's interests at the game left last 
evening to complete the arrange» 
ments. 



CHAMPIONSHIPS 

WON SIN CE 1900 

'Varsity Well to the Fore in List 
of Past Champions 



McGILL UNDER GREAT HANDICAP 
AS A RESULT OF HARD GROUND 
MAY WORKOUT INDOORS TO-DAy 

Dummy Again Much to the Fore al Practice — All the New Plays and Formations Were Tried out 
But Need a Line-up Against Seconds to Test Them Out 



WOOIXATT SHOWED W SPLENDIDLY YESTERDAY 

Wing Men Are Completely Settled in their New Positions and Team is Much Stronger on Account 

of Shifts which Have Been Made 



Tiio i.imi'U^ «a.-< lianlir if .iii\tlinirt 
>( .-;torday than upon Tii' .--liay. The 
Kronnd has now (rozi n .--oliil, and tlio 
only thing MellitI has to eongratulale 
themselves U|Hin is that tlic game Is 
, not ^ning to be played on their campus, 
lor .-^iiri ly there would be some casual. 
ties if the niati li «.is to lie staj:i d 
here. 

Tile tiaiii were onee more given .1 
' Kood deal of >vork on the, dummy; and 
; would havn beèfi' in a bad fix It they 
I had not been al>l.- to di- this sort of 
praeiii'e tins wiili. Sh.i iiuliiiessy has 
some special sort of plays which he 
hopes the wing line may be aVilc to 
briuK Into use on Saturday. These 
liiivi' been perfected by fréquent use 011 
' llie iliMiiin>. and the men ai. .ill le.n - 
I ing their feet to do what Sh.i« wants. 
I The wing line has now been slrenKth- 
; ened to a great extent, and uui^ht to be 
able to Kive n much Ijettcr aei-oiint of 
itself than on its last vif^it to the Queen 
I'ity. I loth, oil Ihv .ib'tiilisive and of- 
I fenstvc ilie III!-' IS now stroiii;^ 1 llia-i 
it was whin X'.irsity \>as so easily able 
to make ilieir yards through It. 
Shaughnessy has got the men Into the 
positions which are most suited to the m 1 
.inii ill which they are able to tnaUo 
the best showing. Quilly Is «ithoiil 
doubt the most at home at flying wing, 
where his versatile abilities .ire more 



Cliamplons of Camilla. 

l!«Ou — Ottawa City defeated Brock- 
villc 17 lu 11;. 

1 HOI— Ottawa College defeated Ar- 
gonauts, Toronto, IS to 3. 

IHO:; — Citluwa City defeated Otta- 
wa Collepe 5 to 0. 

ItOa and IS04 — No match. 

laO.S — Toronto l.'tnversity difeatcd 
Ottawa City 1 1 to '.>. 

190») — Jianiilloll Tiiiei > ilttialed 
Mcliill. Montreal, Ï9 to «. 

1907 — Montreal defeated Pelerboro 
7 7 to 'i. 

I'.io.s — ii;.iiiii:ou Tigers defeated 
'Varsity Zl to 1;. 

1909 — 'Varsity defeated Ottawa 
(Interprovincial) 31 to 7. 

1909 — 'Vars;i\ d> foated I'arkdale 

(O.lt.lM'.i ::7 I . Ii 

1910 — 'Varsity defeuled llamllloii 
Tigers 16 to 7. 

1911 — 'Varsity defeated Argonauts, 
Toronto, 14 to '. 

l'J\'2 — llaiii.lioii .\I< ris dtftated 
Argonauts, Toronto, J I to lu. 

1913 — Hamilton Tigers defeated 
Parkdale Canoe Club 41 to 2. 

Intcnucdialc champions. 

litOO — T>o:ic|oii (lefratcd .MrClill I'lii- 
veralty 11,14 to 5. 

1901 — rcltrhoro defeated yucbec 
17 to 9. 

1902 — Quebec defeated reterboro » 
to 0. 

1903 — West mount defeated Victo- 
rias 1 to 7. 

190 4 — No >;aine. 

190D — Ottawa defeated Quebec, de- 
fault. 

1906 — fjttawa defeated Hamilton 

II, default. 

1907 — Hamilton II defeated 
real, default. 

1908 — Hainilton il< fouled C. 
(.Montreal) I ^ lo s. 

1909 — Diindar^ .Ic f, aitd lt..\|.( 

4. 

1010 — U..M.<:. defeated U. 
(Montreal) 23 to 10. 
' 1911— R.M.C. defeated Kingston, 
default. 

1912 — Ilatiiilioii ituugh Uiders de- 
feated R.M.C., Kingston, 41 tu il». 

1911 — Hamilton H. K. Y. defeated 
Oshawa II 15 to 4. 

Juulur ('Iiain|dun5. 

1911, I'PtroIca beat U..\I.<'. J7 to 12; 
1912, Hamilton Alert.-' 1>< it (lA.C, 
Uuelph, 12 to 7; 1913, c.ii.nai.s. To- 
rontOi beat Weslmonnt, .Montreal, 17 
to 3. 

Inlcrprovin«'lal I'nlon. 

1908, Hamilton Tii;er.^; 1 909, .Mont- 
real; 1910, Hamilton Tigers; 1911 and 
]9i:, Argonauts, Toronto; 1913. Ham- 
ilton Tigers. 



hl-iely lo li.i\e an opportunity of coming 
into play. Deniulh h.is sliown that he 
can fiKiire Just as well at middle wing 
as In the .terimniage, where lii> had al- 
ways performed, previou.^ly to Satiii- 
day's game. Greenwood has added 
strength tu the team when on the de- 
fensive, ns he is a sure and strnng 
tackier Tteaiil al uisi'lo also is able to 
bettir u.-c- liis footliali :iliil:i.\ in lus 
new position, as he Is a good m.in, when 
carrying (lie ball, and gets under Uie 
bucks in fine style. 

.Ml the new furmutions wi le i^one 
through, but Shag is nut ipiite satisfied 
with the «11V the plays wen pulled off, 
and hopes lo pi l in a wood worlsoiii to- 
day Indoors, possibly ,11 the Mount 
Kov al liidlnc .\i.ideni>. of which the 
opi M spaei- is liiM reil witli about four 
iiielus of tan b.uK. Till- men eonld 
ta(l<!e and Iirive i rreiil u pra.lii i. if 
lliey can K' l the .\e.iilemy lo-inorrow 
afternoon. The new plays are very fine 
and Ruarnnteed to keep MeOiU's op- 
ponents Kinsslnft this week-end. To- 
tiiori..». ir till .\eaileniy can be ob- 
taiurd. tiiese new plavs will lip irleil 
out, and then Shag will be able tn 
judge just how much use they are. 

The nil ii are all in the pink of i-on- 
'hiioii. .iii'l .'iri' ^oin;^ at top sp> ed. 
Wooilatt was very good at y«'sterd;iy s 
practice. He looked to be the equal 
of any of the backs which Slcaill now 



h.is with the e.\eeption of Laing, who 
can hardly be considered human since 
his great pertonnuneee of the last two 

Heelis or so. Soinelioily sungesteil ye.>^- 
trl'iiil) thai lie must ll.lVe been oil' Ins 
game on ,Saturda.i> lasi, as lowarils the 
close of the match he. got possession 
alHiut sixty yards out and failed to get 
over the litie for a touchdown. 

Blackboard talivs are the order of 
the day at the training table, as Shau 
dues not want to miss ,iny ehanee of 
driiinmliig the slgnnls into the im ii. 
Some of the plays are rather eompli- 
eated, and reipilre a IhoroiiKh knou- 
lrili;e of the numbers and litters ill 
order to eoinpren- lid pro|ierly. 

After yesterday's practice a oresenta- 
tlon look place. As the two coaches 
were leaving the dressing room thne 
il' li pates from l.owi r I'aii.iila I'olli «e 
apiiriMi h. .1 tlii m. Tw o niysleri'iiis 
looking pareels were handed lo the lx\o 
men. Shag, when he took the wrapper 
off his prize, discovered that he was 
the n i ipieiit of a hiautUul cigar humi- 
dor. ■ out liiuni; two large boxes of fine 
ciKars. Sine's Irofiiiy was a very fine 
loving cupp; Tlie.'-e. I vv<i pre.sent,s wi're 
tokens of the" thanks and esteem whieh 
the Lower ratindn teams have for their 
eiiaelies. The .venlor and Intermediate 
teams both won their championships 
under Ihe abir ro.o hlne of these two 
tamouK football insiructor.°. 



Mont- 

T. 11. 
. I to 
T. It. 



Qut> 'B Uugby teatn h.tve hung up 
Iheir suits for tlie .-••ason and a 
meeting of the club to settle up the 
season and wind up the affaira will b« 
held In a week or ao- 

Captain Urickiey. ol the Harvard 
football team, said yesterdny that ho 
woudi play in the Yale, game nest Sat- 
urday should Harvard get Into a posi- 
tion where a field Koal would win for 
the Crimson. 

The great drop-kicker, who was oper- 
ated on for {ippendlcUis five weeks ago, 
■aid: "1 rxp<'Ct to play in the Yiil'^ 
game if the coaches think that a try at 
field goal is n-e< psary . t am kicking 
now as well H.- r-v, r. of course, I shall 
set lato no scrimmaging." 



GRIDIRON GRIST 

iBT "FIEliD OOAL."> , ,V , . .." ' ^ 

It may not he a tact Kenerally known, but the arran;;i ments for the play-otf m.ide between Thari.e Oage and 
i I |p l-'aisl. .\- on .'i.iiiirday night Were Liter iliseoMred to 4»- null and void. <'on-^iitiiiioiiallv. tin s.- ip. n had no right 
to do what they did, though they acted In perfeell.x koo.I f.,itli. The inatt.«r his to be settl.'d bv tin- i:.\..eullvn 
of the League, which has now l>een done. A telecjaphu vote has li.en taken and the mateli will take place in 
Toronto as was. In the general miPd, the nrrangi mem w hich had bi en settled. .Metîlll has not wished to say 
anything about the eoniiiaet maile b. -wn n Oage and Paisley being worthless, as it was feared that the Blue and 
White, and ilie I'oronto pnss would misconstrue our motives and think that wi- were squealing. However, now 
that everything is fiiially .- ttled, tin re can be no harm in slatini! what has tali, n i.la. r.. .\iioilier n ison win it 
was llioiiKht wi.«. r not to say .LiivUiint was thai Var.-iii were elalniiiK,- to have m aiA ■ jmt on,- r ' on .MrCiill 
through tilC .lUiUMiii.utXliaAUtt.Oage. if Iiad sa d an>tliins V.iraiiy would have iiuiiicd(al«lv claimed llial we 
were rrytrnr To hnrlr nut, wherens at no time has .\lef1ill for one moment had any Idea of not «tandlng bv the 
original arram;. mints The whole team backed I'ai.^ley up in what he did. ami Would have l)een very disap- 
pointed liad the nip of the coin been set a.sidr .ind tin match deelared pliiv. d el.fewheri . 

A telegraphic vote has been t.iUen, and I'l. ii.ali li w ill li.. piavnl in Tnronio as v.is ,ii lir-t ai iiii 'id I'iie 
represeiilafives who have a vote are yimns. I:. .\1. C. Toronto and .MeOill. The Tri-eolor vote was lasi l.v 
llazlett. who. as ne was one of those present lU Saturda.v's cull-tossing episode, elected that Toronto should be 
the i.Iaee u which lie want, d to see the play-off take place. U. M. C. failed to vole nt all. but this does not 
matter, as both •Inronlo and .MrOill were In f.ivor of Ihe Varsitv Sladiuin. as this vote was onlv to make the 
arraimemi nts of the other ■ veiilni; b gnl. thi re was not rnueh else that these two n presi ntutlves iould do Pon- 
seqnently, all the arrangements which have Imn made will be held to. and the Hig tjanie will be pulled off in 
loronto as at first decided by the flip of the coin. 

Shaughnessy and his mea<ai'C rather desirouj^i of havina the nialeh take place in the Qtieen i 'ifx a" although 
Miev realize that ihey-ftp».«oini^ip against a very slitf |.ro|„,.Miion. they think that they can l.nver Varsltv's colors 
;ii the iVirnnto haeR yard.- Itte lied and While leatn lui .nu to win, being posseiwed ■ with a fighting spirit that 
will take some downing. The players 8?em to think tint tlieir d. r. at in Toronto ten ilavs ayo wa- lust a lo---iip 
It was so close, snd that they will be abl, lo leveiiKc ihi niM Iv. s tliis time 

It may beforiunale In other ways that the plav-otf is going to hi staged in Toronto and not In .Montreal or 
Ottawa. In hoih this.- plares Ihe frost has hardened Ihe grouiu] lo such nn extent as to make it almost suicidal 
•i> play football. !• roni all aei oipnt,~ ii has not been so eoUl In Toronto yet this year, ns in the other places which 
h.ive been ni' iUioiiiil It is a well-kiiowti fact tint the Oibeii City Is a nrieh milder pliee than m.inv of the 
<"aiiailiai rili.s Yi sterila.v tlu j did havo a liltb- .-^iiow in Ton.rio. bni no( enoin;li t., mak. iniii h diUereni f in the 
field. The Vaisiiy ti-am is not pr.irti, jni- at the ritaiiiiim this week, as thev want lo keep the ground In as gi'od a 
condition as possible. They have .mother field upon which they will workout. 

The .•^tndiiim Is one of the lust fields tn Canada. It has wonderful stands, from all parts of which a splendid 
view of the game ran be iilit,i in-d. Tins., stands runs the whole !, nrrtli of the field. i"in tho west side of the crld- 
iron there Is the big covered stand w!i;rli .-.ais i i-ih li-e ilioii.-a?iil people on the ea.»l side of the playing 
ground there is » very high st.-uid, the eeiiire of which is m eiifi, ,! li\ lb" Varsitv Mooters, and at thf fop of 

which the Vress HOX is sUliateil.' 'This uncovered stand will si ii al i ^iv thonsaiid iieople. li.-fi.lrM tin, u-eoni- 

moda t Ion thit* Is plenty fif-watidlng room at both ends' of the fi, |,l, md i|iilte a place on the casl side in front of 
til. biiachet's. The ffehi ii.self runs north and soutli. the northein bi.r.l. ii being Bloor street, A crowd of about 
il.M ii thousand Is i .\perled for this niai. li. ronse.ni, m K . ih. eapai iiy ..f the Stadium wilt bf ln.xed to its utmost 
Special policemen will be on hand to remilale iho . r.iw.l. .M. iJill will i.r.ib.i lil v li.ive a good nian\ supporters from 
different parts of the nnmlnion on hand t.i iln . r f..r tlip l.'.d mp.I White. Hut bulk oi lor .-uppoitii s niiisi i..ni,. 
from Montreal, however, and it is up to the stiiilenl body t.i make ev,Tv effort to take the trip, l.oiid voiced sup- 
iiort is going to count for a lot In this eoniosi, in which the teams are so evenly matched. If .McOlll can havo 
three liiiiidred hisly-lunged rooters grouped In a mass In the stand, they ouBht to be able to make a lot of noise, 
which will be without doubt a factor In the winning of the championship. 



HARVAFirS TEAM 

RATHER CRIPPLED 

Franckc, Harvard's Substitute 
Full Back, Has Injured- Leg 



Herb. Woollatt 



Her Katni-. i-tr in ■. ■ "V'lling man. 'an 
you sums'ft ei. il.i IK ,1,-r In She style 
slia's l»e*n a<i;u>ti<iiieii to'.'" 

tiover (brlsklyi— "I can, but Id i>e 
ashamed to."— Ufe. • 



••When we were married we trnught «. i: 
tsttcii were eonfenial," «arii ehf. 

••VVirll," %ii»wtTt<l h«. "tliey.ar^. We 

botk lUi&xo ar«u«,v~WaBainct^i nut. 



I''iaiiik.. who has been playing at 
full bail, tor lliirxard since ('aptain 
Itriekli y was fi.ned i.i retire, Is on the 
hospital list with a badly liruised leg. 
The Injur.v was sustained In the game 
with firown Frnneke was one of but 
two of Ihe rcKuliirs that were piif 
into till- line-iip against Ihe r.riinoii- 
lans, and ll was In the last few tilln- 
utes of play , that . he received the 
Injury. 

Tlil.^ somewhat eripphs 1 1 i uu-hlon'.i. 
s'lu.iil I'raneke's |il.ir> \.ill I., lalv.n 
li\ King, of the substililte eleven, if 
the former falls to come around be- 
fore the Vale g.ime. 

Houghton has bren iriii'i/id for 
having so many of Ih- l'ciilai:, ont 
of the llne-up against Hrown, but this 
is clearly brought linnu now, with 
one man out. The Harvard hi|uad is 
not overstocked with substitute ma- 
terial capable of takinff^ the places of 
the first string men. 

The absence of l-'raneke nia\ niak. 
it neressary to hrinii H7irdniek Irom 
the end position lo the liarkfleld. and 
to put Wiatherhi 111 in Tacks' place. 
The, backfi' ld is llardw icK's id^nl posi- 
tion, but In- is niedi d ori the wfng 
iMisliion. whir, lie is n tower of 
strenKlh both on off.'iiee and deienei , 

Smith, who has been playing tirsl 
string aubstltute end, received an In- 
jury to hie leg which may force bim 
out of the game for good. Smith was 
ranking man next to the régulai end-s, 
and if it is found necessary i.j brim; 
Hardwick lo the hackfletd, whi'h has 
been done In nearly every game, the 
wing positions will be the weakest 
places on the line. 

Wi ston. the 'varaity guard, Is out 
\Miii I .-lik-ht eoid, hut will be able 
to ri'.siime Ills pkice Wednesday, 

Wilcox, who made the ^eilMtlOAa* 
run against Penn Stale, i^'also out ef 
the csm* with a dislocated ehottlder, 
and inae be Of Utile asslslanee to the 
baek field 

\'. lli.'X 1" 111. "IK,. I, .si 111. IP pl.iyinlf 

on the Harvard sriuad, and the chances 





ENORMOUS CROWDS 
TO SEE VALE PLAY 
HARVARD 

Betting Now Favors Crimson for 
Saturday's Game 



-■.1,; .'«» 4aLÎ'>î5««it*if* " 



IVhose shoiving on ihe McCill 
hack division al })eslerda}fs prac' 
lice was excellent. 



are he would b«vc been used in one or 
inore . oC the - Harvard's Canadian 
passes. 

: CoacH Houglitiin and his staff of 
aaaietants returned with all M.rt<i of 

IfUffKKetlons of h(>w to stop Yah-. Tin 
Waekbbard talk was In session the 
gTMttcr part of ae hour and a oaU. 



Kred Stillman was llia only Vale 
player to face Princeton who has not 
reported to Captain Talbott lo begin 
the weeks pracliee for Ihe llarviinl 
came Stillmaii lias a lime ankle, but 
expects to report later In Iho week. 

.Inn Higglnbotham has joined nir 
varsity after eight weeks' absence. He 
w ri'iieheil bis ankle rtnd has since been 
beiiehed. He played in every one of 
Vales iirst five games H;td was re. 
i-'arded as sure of left tackle when he 
was injured. 

The 'varsity ||ne-up In Ttiesdav's 
praedce was exacHv the same as that 
i which sridlroiii d asainst Mrow n sn l 
Prlnerton. I'oaeh Iliiikey favors this 
llne-up for the Harvard Ratne, but Still, 
man and Knowles are both lame and 
can ha/dly face Harvard In Iheir Iiest 
condition. 

Kspeclal pains were taken by Dr, 
Mull with Il.irry I.egore In the drop- 
kiekiiii; i.la\s l.ecore has not realised 
expi rialloii.'. in ilii^ role this fall. 

lleltliiK Is bri'k on the V.ili -Harvanl 
game. Harvard, flushed with two 
straight victories over the Blue, has 
offered liberal odds of S to 3, but Yale 
im n are Inclined to besKate and are 
a:.kiiii; J lo I. 

Tlie Vale football aiilhorilles assert 
IIkiI 111. V are ."ta^iKi red at the ron- 
tinuiil eiiorniKUM demand for tickets to 
the game with Harvard. More than 
80,000 retiuesls for tickets have been 
received, and .ibout $lii.iiiirt has already 
been returne l i.ir .ird'-rs which the 
football management lias been unalilo 
to fill 



KcGlL THIRDS 
WILL NOT PLAY 
LENNOXVILLE 

Hard Grounds and Proximity of 
Examinations Cause Bishop's 
to Cancel Match 

TEAM TO PL Y 

WESTMOUNT 



Winners of this Match Will Play 
Off for Dominion Junior 
Championship 



Just Like This ! 



Our niade-to-ineasLire 
Suits or Overcoats pos- 
sess style and individ- 
uality — and are made 
with attention to de- 
tails. We also guaran- 
tee them to give the 
limit ot wear. 
LJiseerninj^ men will 
appreciate the perfect 
tit oT our clothes. Come 
and see what we can do 
in cloths and prices. 



Dunnett&Stewart 



149 Notre Dane West 

Corner St. Peter Si. 



The .Mctîill Tliird.s' game this week' 
with Lennowille has be.n defaulted.' 
The e.\cuse given was the eundition of 
the iiroiind and pro.vimuy of ixamin- 
atloiis. 

This does iioi ini.,.| iiiai the Tliird.s 
wHI .stop playliiK .\ .anie with the 
Wcstmouut Juniors has bii-n arrang- 
ed for .Saturday aflerr.iun. , 

-Ml fellows who wit'i lo make a 
iii|i lo Toronto should not tail to turn 
out thi.t week. A win from West mount 
will iniike, them Junior eliainpions of 
the Quebec rugby roolii.'ill union. 

If Mil. men will keep turning out' 
thi 111.1 11. i>:i iiienl will arran.gc for a 
pl.iy-..ri' lor Dominion honours. "This 
will mean a tri|i up to Hamilton, "To- 
roiiio or some norihern poiiil. 

foiiie on, fellow*, turn out and help I 
hrin^ the name of McOIII Into the' 
Ilnieli;;hl. Iti member, it means a good 
trip i.i Tor.into If th. y win from' 
Wi sini.iuMt .liiiilors on .S.ii nril iy. 




ORIGINAL 
GENUINE 

Instantaneoui 

Lundi. 
Invigorating. 

The FMd-DriîktorÂii Âgel^lTgUyllliitriiim 

Rich milk, with malted grain extract, in powder form— diasolvet 
in water^more healthful than tea or coffee. Used in training 
athletes. The best diet for Infants, Growing Children, Invalids, 
and the Aged. It agrees with the weakest digestion. 
Aak l«r **HOaUCM*8**--AU Ckemisls. Holds. Calés an* Stores. 

pont travel without It Also keep it at home. A lunch in a minute. 

te lAmeh TaMtt form, awo, ready to cat Convenient— nutritioua. 



McGill Defjeated \ 
National Polo j 
Team Last Night] 

Fast Game Resulted in a Win for ! 
McGill by a Score of 6 to I < 



COAL 



'Q^ Tbona K. 4632 10 BBATBK HAW SUib 



L.i.it iiii;hi 111 ihi- Y.M.i'.A. tank the 
Mcfiill tSenlor Waii r I'olo Team deci- 
sively defeated the .N'ationals. The 
final score was 8 lo I and pretty well 
rejin senis tin difference Iietwi p" the 
iiaiiis. I'or the Winners Ilodcson, 
I'eimelly ind Patters. Ill .starred, while 
1. ester played a eonsistently heady 
i;.ini,. ll centre. ltu.seborough and 
Itidiii.inil took iheir fair share of the 
work while the team as a unit was 
well balineed. Kor the Nalionais 
Kourchard wn« the bright particular 
star and he was well seconded by Kor- 
tin who scored their only sjoal. ' 

lloily.-oii .mil I'l iij;i ll.v v. n il ..eoreil 
tw.i iioals for .Mcliill while Lester and, 
I'atterson contributed one apiece. 

The teams lined up as follows: — | 
.McOill. .Nationals. 

Rosehorough. . .<b..il .Mri'ready 

Uedmond Ucrenee .... iMignaull 

J'atterson " ... . . . . , l-'ortin 

Lester Centre . . . .Lucurlsiere 

I'l nselly Forward ... Itourehard 

lloilnson " .\lc( ready 

Albert Farmer officiated us referee; I 
It. K. ilerschorn as timekeeper, I 



MAi THE TKXT BOOKS FO« CSE AT McGIUi OAK BE 
OBTAUTEO FROM 

Miss M. Poole, 45 McGill College Ave. 



R.V.C. FRESHETTES 
WON BASKETBALL 
G AME YES TERDAY 

Game Was Fast and Keenly] 
Contested, llie Final Score 
Being 15 to 10 



Pharmacy 

Wc send for anddcl vcr 
prescriptions promptly 

'Phone Up 949. 

471 Bleury Street 

(I 'car Shcrbro, kci. 



PRINCESS - ^•"'ie; :u' " 

Tb* XMioal SeasaUeii of ths tsasoa 

THE M DNIGHT GIRL- 



with Osorfs aueravlaa*. 
,j^^OSBt Btss. aaa Sat. Mat,, sse. «• 



The second match of Interyear baa. 
keiball at n.V.C was played ycster. 
il.i> lietwi-en ,"^01111- .111.1 I'reshies. The 
Kaiiie was Well contested, allboutth 
there were far too many foul; in the 
second half. Victory rostcci with the 
l 'résilies, the final score being 15 for 
the Kreshmen and 10 fi>r ihq Sopho- 
mores. 

The line-Up was as follows:— 

Sophomores — 

\Vinns -Helen Kelly. K. Mei'lo-- 
key. 

(iuards — J. Klein, .M. N'ewiiliam. 
f'entre— M, Hiner. 
Itaskets— n. KiUour, D. Hick!". 
I'Veshmen — 

?ln»kris 1, I'owler, U. Ooodwin, 
Centle — M Keir. 
(ill. nils I'l. liardiicr. It. Ko^ieLs. 
WinKs— It- Horde. H. Oreer. 



Syrgical Instruments Dissecting Sels 
Hilf-Miletons, Skulls, Opllnlmoscopis 

Laryngoscopes, &,c„ 

J. H. CHAPMAN, 

20 McGill Coilesc Avenue. 



•BOSTON DIALOGUE" 
CLEVELAND. 



FROM FAR 



Wll.ie was n plni! lite tai i. ^ 

•■\\ ! ere bai. M.U been, W uli.' ." Iili>. 
niothiT liin.ilM ll. 

■'1 li.ne I.ei 11 n akint ii lil : 'i » .ear 
tftSi hi-r. " llie-iilfi I lioiiali l b I'l ri |.iieil. 

"What was llie iiaiiMi- oi >•.»■ i ii.ind- ' 
asked the motlici. 

"I went to my dear teailier's home lo 
reniieot her tn hold I be study of ireoKrn- 
pliv In alieynnee until the autlinrltten 
Irulhfuilv ilelerniined Ihe new boiimlan. « 
of tlioiie, mtl.n^ Hal air iii present en- 
Kacril in a . ill. I all. I ine.xeiisahle war. " 
» liai .lid .Nile >n\ "" 

"I li.lt. t.' l-. peal II, lliothi 1. • 

•■|i.. not hiMtnte ell niv aeioinit, inv 
clilM ' 

Sir ...ll .l Pl.- a i)rotnpla»i||e priK. ' 
"llow liiten!-el.\ eliorklni;:"— \V. ||. Ro»e 
111 Clevela nd I 'lain Dealer. 

A NEW EXCUSE. 



COPLEY SQUARE HOTEL 

IlniitliiKion .\)c., I'.^ei.T and 
BluKdcii Mtrprts, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

SSO Hooms 800 Private Bat lis 
ROOMS, 11. M OP. 
AUm U. WUIi>X*LlS. I>rop. 



FAMILY RESEMBLANCE. 

."ioine time afio a ineiiy yuiitiK Kill iioin 
the Ivist uetit so visit her |{l'allIl|larelil^ 
who lived In .MlfHOurl. II v\ne tiie first 
lime they had ever Keen her, and natur- 
ii'.lv the oli.^ervatloli ot the fair one was 
.1111. al 

" I. I t ine Iool< at >o.i, tin .1. n. .-.li.l 
;;i',iii.l,.il.iir, liml iit; tn- i:.ii..in li 
, I. M 1 lo t'le .1 .ii.|o'.\ V..',i }'..if 
latllel • IIS, a;! li..;! 1 

"Ves." lMi|.|.i,v !-ii|i|i;i-iiieMeil ijran.l- 
molher. rea l liistiiiB le i eu u.aMies, "aii l 
villi liaie \iii,r oii.tker'* liair.' 

" Oh. no. 1 haven't. " ciiipbaticully de- 
elared the IliiKtern (tiri. "It I» my 
P i's. I burrowed it from lier to wear out 
here." ^ 

WOULD CORRECT HIS MISTAKE, 

.■\n officiai of llie Deiwrtment of Asrl- 
enitiire .enneited witii the Hureau of 
(•henil«lrv lelln of a denier In California 
Willi was at I used of ee'.l.nK a nine made 
of , bell, il. lb l\. iva« lisled Into eiiuri. 
foiiii.i Kiilln all. I I II' .1 

Wliell the liinlti T li.i I been a.|Jll^f. .1. tlie 
Heali I iioi.n.a. I.I .1 li.e .iiiiil-t » b'.-i t.'-- 
tlmeiiv lia. I I i.ni l. ti .1 him 

"Mow ili.t \..ii l.iii'H tl.il iiiv ivine \v.i.i 
I maniifai lui' .1" " In- .i^ilo il 



(kpheum 



B. A. Rolle'g "laona- 

■oms XiSBSlcs" 
Oooper anil Smith 
Mil*. Sorts 
'Warrsn Keane 

and Oraue Wlilt* 
Xiats War Picturas 

Sunday — rsatura 



Mr. Hymaok 
Ziuplre 
I Comsdy Tour 

Paul OordoD 

and Amt Blca 

IjOUiB StOD* 

Arrival ot Caoada's 
I Troops in Enflsaa 
irsndavUia Concert, 



GAY 



E T Y BiirltHlut 

Af teraooa, Ise to nm 
Vfieeai a?ealaff, Isetsfia 



GUS FAY & HARRY K. MORTON 

WXTH TKE OAYBVT OOUE 



.»tV\ aHOW MON WED. FWID. SUM 



IMPERIAL 



ZOOO SEATS ^^^CENTS^ 
TO-DAY 
OZiAmA KiMoAIil, TOVMO 
In tha riva-Part Knsslao Orama 

My Offteiai Wife 

The txtiuiin. Mtse be Sojr, Mr. SobMat 
■PBCIA&— rU.. 'MT. 
A Tbrliitor Orstna in 3 Fsrti. 
'WHAT COULD SHi: DO? 



The STRAND 

t cir. >L Callivrine anil MaiMflcld 81», 
K«rry Natiinluy ami t^iiiiday V\r*i Itun 

'the Master Key' 

with ltobf*n licunanl and Ii^la Uiii in 
Uio Ixnul. 

I'IrKt Itintallincnt iif lliv 21st and 23iid. 
I/Pailliis' nowfiMiMTs III all Inipiirt* 
am cllies anil lonn-. iii'e pniitiiiK 
llii- ;:ri'al >toi'.t, t\riileii \\y .loliai 

I'lciiiiiig U IImmi. lie III ui ilK- htaru 
WIIXIK i:rKNTi:iX, rianlat. 



"I'.ei nil!" . 
contained ii. 

"Thank K. ' 
relief. "U 
hercafter."- 



I \|iIh1:ii-.I 1 lie i Iiemift '■ it 
l.l.l.ltf 1.1 l.. t l.«tl." 
sai I 11. r lilitlier. In a tone m 

e. .1 i.e i.ii.n.l .11 my Wine!- 

New Voill ^^l^t. 



KEBPING IT DARK. 

"I"Ii't It \ery ^nl^nrras^lM,{? Mr. .«Kit- 
lien e«ri linrillv tH;i hK Hire from her .se-- 
ler who'« i.iie, !.. ►lay with tliirn." 

"1« h*- "ori\ifiK'.'" 

no' ii,-'ii Juki a* soon remain in 
the dsrli."— Ju;l(e„ . „ .. 



Ileie Ik u utory that wa^ loM a,i Hr\ 
Ulrt bv .Mrn. Jame? !>. Klelder, wllc of tlie 
New Jersey ijnvernor. the othar ntftlit, in 
■lenionstralInR that you ean always de- 
pend on III* small bny when It comes to 
siiri !>' n(c s beautiful cxeuse. 

Tommv had a habit of belnR luite for 
iiehnnl. One inorning the teaeher called 
him to the front. 

"Tonuiiv." 1.1I.I >tie. " y..u li.nr been 
III.' I.'ii; .iai .hiiini: the ii.ti Im.. weeki>. 
\\'ln i..i]'t lo.i i;. I I" >' h..'.; .11 liiii' V" 

•■ 'Tain'l niv fanlt. .MIkh .Mary. " earnest- 
Iv answered Tommy. "It Is all on account 
of Ihu feller what comes lo see my sis- 
ter." i 

"The Kentl'-inan «lu 1 orne» to see your,*"" Slar. 
iii.«ler!" Hxelaimeil tlii' tesrher. "What hSit " 
he itdt to do with It Whll>^ IHl per eenl. i<: the males In the 

" ,\ whole tot. MlsB Mary," declared ' I ïnlted Stste» ef lii yeaih and over are 
Tommv. " Bvery time he comes to caM I wane-earners. only :o per cent, or the 
on lîindvs tie tniiii the elcK'k baek half nn females of 18 years and over are enKBRed 
hour or mere, aiel thai makes me late r.ir ' in any Mnd of Ralnfnl oei-upatinn. 
vrheo' lie- next mot nltiK."— T'hllsdeiimi.i , a 
n il. rini.h. .\ II .111 «h.. ilMlred to Ro to Mexico ns 
• .1 .. ,.;i. • .1.1 leleetert on aeconnt Ol liuv- 

■ Il.'iv !i . h.ii K'-'l 11. a' iiiliiei.ii ".iler'iii;; ih ..1 iirtli. 

|j ■•■ --wiu-r's I . ll .1 ■ h. . tn llie r< - 

y.?..-: even the ei'lit K.rviiiK ll has^Viriiltlnu oiii, : llii> i got to eat 



CONTINUOUS PROBLEM. 

"We sent fJ'.adys ,\nn ii> 1 ookinc ^. hoi.i 
to Ret her mind off her plano-plnylnii, " 
said Mr. Cumrox. 

"Did the plan i^neeeed ?" 

"Ye?. Now we'ie IryInK tn perMia.l., 
Ill r to ^l1llU poiitii al e, onuniy e*, 1... 1.1 
Kel h"r mind oif Hie i-oeking "— Wa«ihliii;. 



shnni plilz " — Baltimore Aniericun. 



the Oreasers alter »e kill 'em T" 



OREAOrUL ALTERNATIVE. 

"ll I .Ion 1 ni.iire he: >\„ ihiea i.iih lo 
mall me |..n tHinly liw tli.>u«,in.| dol- 
lars tor hu-a.-h of i>i..nii.', ." 

•Well •■■ 

".Mi.l If I .1.) marry h. 1 Mie «w-ars she 
will Ret a ilivoiie with a fifty-dollar-a* 
week alimony."— I..lfc. 



I'°irst .M. I).— "Ureatmsn had appendl- 

1111!!. '■ 

.-îtionii .M. l>. -".\nv complications'.'" 
l-liri ]i1. I> — "Vf.*; one member of the 
riinill\ if .1 riirii-l.an ."elenilfi."— IJfe. 



i. |i|.l any one help you «lth 

lliie n^aii. .-^ani .'" 

!.!Htn--".\o. sir; my brother did It all by 
himself. "—Life. 



' Ik Ihal Ella's husband'.'" 

"He nniht he e.i>|i\ ?u:ieil." 

"H.inilv KU teil" .^.ii . that fellow would 
liiKe a ri.iiiiil lri|i In .1 siieet 1 iir Just tor 
Hie 1 111. " -I'ieM '..Hill I'ajln Kealei. 



"ili.im: 1.1 11. 1 tlieatre aeain'.' tVhy, 
von !<ii« lh.it iiii i e only the other nlRht." 

"Vey t not 111 my new frock."— *'lle- 
«endi- mat ter. 

Kinpliiyer— "Not afrnld of early hours. 1 
,.iin|iii<ie ?" 
VoiiiiK Man— "You can't clone too earif 

tor nic. sir."— Answers. 



SlieU .'^tiaiiK. r Kxriise iii.\ sir, but 
Ki ll . I t ill 1 Ht I olIe«e?" 

I .iini.r I. IV. n - "Nope: I nevrr vented 
le . i.ili m 1 learned lo drink tifht h«r« 
In .Moo»e MMld«r,'— FnclL 



mmm 



wmm 



M.CIl.L DAILY 



TWsday. November 19. 19Î4. 



MILITARY HAPPENINGS AT McGILL COLLEGE 
TÎJllS^^ "HERO OF KANDAHAR, AND THE 



STILL GROWING 

Ldlesl List ol I^cciuils Advanced 
to Companies from Avvkweu-d 
Squad 



Thr roU<<\\:ii4 im n w I'l c jiU .I'.K't'i! 
SWstorday fr»>iii tho r«'cru1t i-liiw to Iho 
ComiKinv r.itikN. ■ 
\Vh, r.- |.,.^s i>I. ■• . I 

lu .U':ii H h:> lit A !■ 
Ami ill thi." u.iy 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Quick Work of Soldiers and 
Firemen Prevents Large 
Blaze Among Mili- 
taiv Stores 



!h. 



ii|>:iMx li-' »:int!< 
po^MbU' for nii'ii 
who kmiw oach oihor to nrfl lopethtT. 

As tht'M' Is n.i lirill fur n-crults or 
\ViMlm>iI.i.\ ;il"ririiiniiis ;hi' 'ninilur 
wa.< iii>I .1 >l,ir,i;. ;i> m >i rU.iy, 

but uith I'.iur ilr 11- .1 \m-.-K fur n'- 
crultx tho iifw nii'ii ylioiiUI nv>i have 
to wait lone iH'forr ln'iim as>i>;iu'il to 
ooiii pa nil's. 

Till* lU'W SciffU'i* t ."I ^ \\ II 

prolialilv liriiiK a lar^»' luimlur of tin-, 
iioldovppiî in Si-ii-noe Into iht? ranks of | 
the ri'sinierit. 

••A iiiM"\.VV. 
Hod.usoi., ' : 1; 

•B" (M.MrA.W. 
l•'o^arl^ , t". S. 
Pavisiiii. S. A. 

■■c- roMi'AW 
Kibatlcnyr.t. A 

■1>" (MAH'AN V. 
liniihoaiiur. !.. 
Xiohols. I,. 11. 



GREATEST SOLDIER OF THE AGE 
ROBERTS DIES AT THE FRONT 



GERMANS WHL INVENT 
FASHI ONS THE MSELVES 

Enemies' Literature. Art, and 
Fashions May Be Rejected , 
in Lmopean Countries ' 



SHAKESPEARE STAYS 



HorthOVPII 



The Bi-lBian arnTsiry of 
s.ivo!. liis 111 US' ic lor I'ari!^ 
itii; ct'lRiTt [.lasiiii. vvr a'l 
nothlni; thai 1.-^ ;indi»|>uialjly 
can retain Its foothold or lîaln a new 
<tdmi8«ion. Horlhovrn will flaiiro at 
the ht-ail I'f iiMKii t.-; ■'! ll. I.r .iii nuiHU-. 
London, wn'i m .rl.lI:■•ll^ n \)\- .saiiii' 
.i!r. ( tiui!. i.*^ rii liiiniii; ilir iiiu'siloii aitli 
•silt of o.irryliiB its aiiti-UortnanlMn 
iiiiu iln arts Kvfii iiriitral Italy haa 
ti.riswiTii r.iisif.il ' Mr. Ma\ Ucln- 
lianlt wiMiili'i. .1 «liai «lis i.i I'l thi'i 
v.rcllii ol (Ji rin.iii.» on ShaUi sprarc. of I 
vvhosc Il' h.i.s in.ii.li' .1 noi.iliI"| 

srrieii lit iiroilurllons. Tin' London 
Times, qtiotlns Uortiian source», gives 
this reply of Ma.vimilian Harden: 

■ Tf only all si. id' fr.i.siii'iis «. ri- as 
Mliiple MS this' < M i .i'.n s'. Sli:i Ki-sp. .1 r,' 
must be playi'il no« .nul in ili>' fntunv 
We ettu In no way dl»»oIv»: the ties' 
which hind lis to one of tho < hlet an- 
I'l-storn of our Qerman rul'iirr " 

IVofissur llarnacK. ilirntor oi tho 
l!ov al Lil'iary, i.« qncH'd as sayins that 
Sh.ilvispiare t)rI^•ll^» to the world and 
imi.st be playi'd. .iiid, add.s Max Liobcr- 
mann: 

••\Vf iiHist plaN luni as tin ripii-- 
srnt.iliM- "! tin obi laiu. 111.1 vvliii-li 
«..nbl bi' .isb.Miii'i u: 'bi (ili.ir s.iical 
"Tmma^r of Ihi- pn-s. m Li.Klanil. and in 
order that we ha\e too much disi-rlm- 
inatlnn tc mix clianvinlsm with »ucli 
question»! of .^aliii ro." 

German w'l i' n f . li'i«i m r. cniaiici- 
patlnt; thenusflvis truin Uu .-lavrry of 
Paris fnfhions. A Herlln newspaper, 
unnam'd. i» niiot.-d by llie Xorlh tlcr- 
nian I'la;;- It' in Ibis clfcct: 

•'Thi' pn-.". ni nioMu nt occins um.il for 
debvirmi; ibrnian.v trom the lutolaKe 
of tliiisc laiioiis which dictate the fash- 
Ions. But what «hall the tlorman styb' 
be? Hitherto only omIp ii s Mmv. li.ul i 
their say. But In futur. ' 1 b.i b<-s imist 
(■..rro<iK>n.l l" the hii^b'-i hyKii nic cos- 
liini. s, t. 11 il ilii? .itiiiniit to set the 
I'aslilun lias bilhrrto been un»ucce8g» 
fill, and the movement nas been con- 
fined to a few Rchnnl teachers In small 
pl.K'ps. a il'i'li'-r vasoii must ln' soiiabl. 
<".u. thi' sbap. "f 111"' fitr'T" Iihm -..no' 
ihiiiB to do with it? On a Wfll-omll 
woman the reform clolhinc look» finite 
nice, biit on short and thirk wom«n 
awful. If a .'^la-c ssf 111 li\ ti' iiic-Orr- 
nian stylo i.^ u. I.. .HMt.'il. ,1 mi,."t 
follow moilcrii 1 xpohnii'iital iio'; boils. 
At first, h.iwever, a nnnibor of per- 
son.H rxprrioni'od in tho b.iKtono of 
clothing must nioi-i toj;..tl.. r wiib ■ 1. v. r 
mal* and fnnalo dri-ssm ib. r.-i. anibori- 
lles in loxtil. s, anil .irli- ts, i.i |,i> d..wu 
th,^ essential ri nuiri nu nis an.I to make lent or no' 
expcrinient.s. Ibii, wliaicvcr the ro- ; 
suit, It must lie sUHCeptlhle to varia - | 
tlons. otherwlsf the new Oerman st.v U I 
w HI l.f Htill-b..rii " 

Th.' 11. rat' I .a 1. >-|.,.iiil>'n^ of tlio 
Christian W.ubl il.i.iifloni toll.s of e.\- 
cited attempts to - purify the lanRunice" 
rnitaged In by nearly all classes of the 
people: 

•IV't US, they say. expuuRo tn. «.n.l 
'i;«ntloman' from the laiiciian-. I^'oaii.-^i- 
it Is Knulish. And f rilHinb a biin- 
dri d Herman phlloloKisis «10 al work 
seekinK for an equivalent, and writ'.nn 
to the papers about their particular dls- 
f'overlos. Whv should not ncrnians In- 
vent th'-ir o« II sports? I'rickel, fool- 
hall, horse racing, lennl.s, «olf are ihr 
pastimos of the treacherous and por- 
fidiuiis Mrltons, Why can not Oor- 
mans, it Is askod. by tlu exercise of a 
little pntb-ni inifonuiti , invent othor 
sain's ipiito .IS food, and without the 
Inoffiiblo (lisL'i .a »- ntiach('d to them that 
Ihey ari' liritishV 

Pirhap.' lb. b'lubt of patriot Ism run 
mad is ri'.oh.'d b'. the niovimt-ni for 
Ibe invrtilum of a «b rinan dress for rbo 
future (Ji'nn.iii im 11 ar- to bo troid 
from the ibraMoni .if Lundi. 11. r». rnian 
Moni'ti In. m tbo t|>i.ilii..iii ..r I'aris. 
The word.v tasliion' .mil nn.di' .ir.- to 
be C'll •lilt of till i.'iiiL'uau' . and sub- 
stitutes are In hi- fouinl. Wo tun.- 
soorr-s of p!;;i. -oiiliii' arliib'S abnul tin 

now dross I iho uhals ii is to oni- 

boriy, hut iiolliiiiu v. ry LiiiKlblo, nolb- 
Ins that Is not obscure. We ar<> mil . 
told lhal this drr.is 1» to be b.VBirn;. 
nn.l <}orm,iii .M. si ..| as havo ;i dim 
iiiilii i-s -1..1. ..f ij.riii.in !n«i"iiii' (l.illi. 
Ins. and I .1111 afraid noiio .if us can n - 
X»rd It aa artistU:: but that is not our 
affair, uiiloss lh»'r clothes aro to form 
part "t li lt •Kulliir' which Ib. •. are 
at:i nil.t r .' to Impose on llio re t i.f llio 
Ts.iiM I ■■'I'.ri-os; 111, it 111,. prof'-Nsors, 
mlio-i 1.1 . ipaTi..!, ,11 war-time l.s par'.- 
Iv R..ri'-. loit'Iii II. ■ iiiplno.l to work fiiii 
this idea of a iuviiiiic and national 
Their oflorts inlshi 
iiMy to an' otilerwis. 



Wliat tliroai^iied lo be a serious dis- 
aster to tho Montreal section of the 
St I'oiul t'.»nt:iiLi'iii occurred at .lir 
..Id lli.cli .School y.'sUTday aficri'.i..:i. 

.\b..ut .si.\ o clock Just as the Ku.ird 
wu.s beini; chan.^ed smoke was seen 
lo lu- issuing from the Iowit par; of 
the b-.iildiiiK. .\ liurriod siaroli w.is 
at oiioo made 111 th.' i'.-i..ii ..t ilio 
furnaces and li was discovoiod that a 
fire which threatened to assume dan- 1 
ycrous proportions had siartod. 

.Vn alarm \vas at once sent in 10 the I 
fii'c stalioiis and m .1 fo wnioiiieill.- 
most of tile ei|Utpii)oiit from ilii' eon- 1 
irai pan of tho eii.\ was 011 ili.- spot. I 
'1 the mean tinu .ilie soldiers were 
I .'I idle and a large ainuuni of .stores 
M.i- !'■ moved before the arrival of the 
■■.''men. | 
In sioto of ilie eoliiblned ■ ff.iits of 
buili soldiers and firoiiieii ilio iilazo 
eotiliniiod and was only broimhi un- 
der control after a iletoriiiined stru:;-| 
slo. .\t the time the baitalion toll 111 | 
the fire was still sinoublorin;; I'l p. iris 1 
of the baseiiieiil and the hose w.is si:ll 
beinK used. 

.\s it was a large anioum of li.una:;.' 
was doiio to fill' s;.>i'os iii tii* b.i.s.'- 
nil-Ill. If tile «lii.le l.ail.liiij; h.oi i;.iiio 
up III flames ilu d.'ii.iriuio of the re- 
piments would pioh.ihlj liave been 
delayed two or three mouths until a 
now supply of clotliiiiu and ei|U;pinent , 
bad been obtainoii. | 

The origin of the fue i-'i 110: known 
as yet but the opinion was freely ex- 
pressed around the armoury that the 
firo bad b.-i s. 1 nioiitlonalh . As 
soon IS tbo file suii!i'd >;uai'ils were 
piLstcd .11 .ill llio entrances and it is 
probable that a close eiuiuiry will be 
made Into tho affair. 

Tho electric lurhts in that disira-t 
of the city « ere ..ff t'..i a ;;ine iliintl;; 
the ufternoon but 11 is very uiilikidy 



t or I he l om ; . . , , . . 

told ibon-h' 'he fire was caused by any defect 
OernuTn ' «H-in!;. 



Y.M.C.A. TENDERS 
FAREWELL DINNER 
TO VOLUNTEERS 



raiii» III' le- 



■A.\| I'AICN 



-\ Gouil l oast List l ias Been 
Airanged — 1 he Men Will 
Hear Many Promin- 
ent Professors 
and Soldiei'.s 



Tills eviuiiiR in Stratlicona Hall an 
event iiii.'i ii' ill lb.' .inntils ..f old .Me- 
(iill «1.1 taU.' plan. Tlii.' is a dinner 
in lionoi of .M.'tjiil ovt rsias voluiileeis. 
AlthuuRh the V..M.(.'.A. does not know 
the names of all the men who have 
voliiiitoered for service in ihe .lecond 
coniinnenl, .ill of theui «lui liuve not 
liandeil iti their n.inies are askod lo 
do so Immedlalel.. . so lhal some trad, 
may be kept of them. 

This supper, which Is tender, ii t . 
the volunteers as n mark of nppro. i i- 
I'oti ot tb.'lr patriotism ami l.iv.iltv. 
wiil bo In 1-1 ill Sliaîh» oii.i Mail .11 T 
p.m., and it is aslved tliat .til Iho men 
may he there on time. The supper will 
serve Ibe socondary purpose of brlHK- 
itii; I'.'s.' men Intl. I los' r i.iiiob \»ilb 
..111- .ii:"i'i.-r ji .in iiifiirin.-il «.-.y. 

Ilosides the- voluiiieors. Ilieie lia\o 
been Invited several men who are pro- 
mlnetit In aoadoinic and inllltnry cir- 
cles, and all luiM- -;uii!ti( i| llii ir i'ltrn- 
tlon of baviau Ibe lienor ..f ilinaii; will, 
our "best of tbo l.osi ' .\moiis Ih" 
. tniii. nl men who w ill bo .1, tbo bo.ir.l 
are ihe deans of ibe sosonil faoiiitios 
and the heads of several of the clly 
rcKlments. 

Tbo toast list fs quite a long one. and 
iiv men will be iroatcd to manv In- 
»pirhV4 addri'.=iseH. 

This event has been arranged In 
honor of the McfJlll voliintters, and all 
of Ibem are asliod to leave thoir mimes 



ill at 
; with a 



llle 

no!- 



V.M.i'.A. offli o. 

• lollinL,- if iIk'. laii 



togolher 
he pros- 



AUSTRIANS GRASP 
A SLIGHT PRETEXT 
FOR DECLARATION 

Precipitates Struggle Despite Scr- 
via's Compliance With 
All Her Demands 



German dress 
lend a lilt le r.i 
somber world.' 



University of IlIlnolR. - .Nearly 
■tudents, 9» per cent, of whom ari; 
Kreshmen. have applied for work at Ihe 

Y.M <■ .\ ein;.!.!' :ii. n' loiiiaii at tlio 

l'inM-iH,! ..I iili.o.i iiiiiv si,i- 
doiits bH\o Ijo, II (îiven oiioukIi employ- 
niont with which they earn ennuKli to 
pay their liourd. 



1 wdoa. •i't<.i»f,liii; iiedenlriaii 1- 
-,"..,'1.1 Hi'. >lr. out jou :'ibl> very rniion 
Itko a n.aa I hao.-. 

PedehtrWr, — 'iii'l*'! i' \^ ell. Jon 
irk« a rmn I don't w^ini to know. OOMi- 
iltgri" iHortna Tr»iiM:ripC 



TliP atliiuile ot Austria lowaru.s .Ser- 
vla, (he clrcumstances surrounding the 
Austrian nltlmnlum to Hervhi and the 
events ba.lInK up to the assassin. ition 
of Areluiai:. Kerdinaii.l ol .\iiMn.i iiii.l 
his wl|.'. « ore the suiijoots upon « bii li 
l'rof'.--or .Michael I. I'upin, of t'olum- 
bia l-niversity, laid emphasis In n lee- 
lure under the auspices of the Inter- 
national Polity Club last night. 

The position of Ho r\ i a in tbo pr. serp 
war is one which 01. mm. 1 n. is ueuorsal 
Inteiesl. To all men is iho rummun 
bond of love of freedom and in this In- 
jilanco the very existence of the coun- 
try is threatened. ' The Austrian chargo 
I.» Idalii -a conspiracy origiiiatln;; In 
lip I'aii-Sorb propaganda and fostered 

I. \ 111. \..iiticer «eneration of Serbians. 

II. .11 ii.ielioil a I'llinax In the assassin- 
aiion of Ibe Uninii Duke. II is iip.m 
tlio vtril.v of this charKo thai tho Oi-r- 
inaii a |".b>i-'isl s hasp their case. Tlio 
II. Inal silnallon is Ibril despite the 1 x- 
trenio bate resuitins from Austria's 
political duplicity, two years of Bal- 
kan warfare has produced /"uoh dlsor- 
Rnnlzation and distress thai S. rvin 
would have been the last natlrm In tbo 
world vO enpatce In wir. A roalixatlon 
of this fact make* further delense un- 
rifroHS.'ir.v, 

.\ I' Ina ao. s fartlier in h'r assor- 
ti. .11 tliai .-..rvia «as not i.nl, re.^'pon- 
s.lilo mr the ileiitb of tlio «Jiand Duke 
Imt that sin- has provided for many 
years a hotbed Of piditieul dl.4conient. 
A brief survey of Austria's attitude to- 
ward I.^'imbardy, and Venetin, and her 
iinproi eileiited action in Ihe annexation 
of IMeilniont. prevents a reaih ao. , pt- 
aiieo of what miKht easily bo a trump- 
ed up charxe. Kvldennc was demanded 
by Kir Kdward Orey, of the British 
I'.irliaiiieiit, and in this altitude ho w'as 
S'ipporli 'I bv I'rariet. and Itussia. It 
was iKii lortboouiinK, but the two re- 
siiltlnx trials held In Austrian courts 
dWolosod the fact that Ihe (1oriiment.< 
|ir...lii> • .1 I. Ihe Austrian l''iiiha.ss> 1 
l!(lKiai|i' h*d been forced by Daron 
yatwMtu ObvlBUaljr Awtri* waa aMk 



(('ontinued.> 

TiiK virroniA fuoss!. 

With the spirit of a true soldier ;•. 
was lo be foUnd in the iliiek of in. 
tivbiinK oil e\ery tii M. It « is ir, il.. 
:ii.l ot .l.iiiuarv . l.s,.!*. Ill, 11 t . p. I t.. I'm, , I 
in. d.od of braverj iliul won tor liiiii 
lite Vi.-loria Oro8s--au aci ot ealluutry 
thai marked him out as a soldier as 
darin.; as In- «as iaiellij;i iit. In tbo 
b.iitl, M nil 111,' m it 11, l is iiiiisbl at 
Kliudaiiaiij. «liile puisiiiiiK liie fl.\ liii; 
rebels, Itoberts saw two soiioys niakliii; 
off with a standard: Kivitin chase, h.- 
•|iiickl.\ eut il. .«II 111. si.inilaril lioarer. 
but nair...vl.\ isi-.ip.il ili.itli ai the 
hands ot his i-onirade. wbo. plaelii--; 
the muzzle of his musket within a fi « 
inches of Roberts' bod,\. puUed tbo 
trlKger. By one of those inexplicable 
turns of fate which can be traced In 
the lives of bo niaii.v j;riai men, tbo 
piece failed to exp!..il.-. ami iln- scp.o. 
fearing his comrade's late. uiriieil ami 
fled. 

HdUSKS SHOT L'.VUKlt HIM. 
.\i Lucknow he had three horseaehot 
ander him. while at Delhi his life was 

saved b.\ the merest aeciilont. II.' bad 
:;on. on «it". iln- ailv.iia. (..un.-- ami 
was doiiiK his uiiiiosl lo help Ibe driv- 
ers keep the horses quiet, when In 
suddenly felt a dreadful blow on bis 
back. "It made me feel slek." said; 
Lord lioliiris III telllnii of bis e.\piri-- 
enee. "and f « as- ut'rald I should iiol I 
be able to remain on my lior<io. Tli,- 
powirie.HS feeling, hiiwevir. pa.-'si-.l olf. 
and 1 nianuKi'il lo ..i.iU on .miil I gol 
back I.I ealiip. 1 ii.ul ln on int elose to 
tip' spin..' b.i a iiiill. 1. .ii.il th.- wound 
Would pioliablv liavo li. . p lat.il Put 
tor I he i.K i thai a li ather (loiu li for 
caps. Willi il 1 usually wore In front near 
my pistol, liad soup Iiow slipped round 
to th.> b.o'U: 111. balli'i p.isii'.l inroiiRh 
this l.i'i,.re 1 tuiruu; in.\ L.nl.v. .iiid was 
Ihiis pre\ tilled from p.iiiiK vor> deep." 
He was seven limes mentioned m 
I despatchoii botwiM u Ilecember l."i, is;.". 
'and Jun.. s. ls,.S; ami ils.i reo< ixo.! 
j the thanks of lii. Uovi rnor-iieiioi.il 
1 The rules ot tbo cori>s to wliioh he l.o- 
i loiiKod. however, stood In iln wa\ ..|' 
lus promotion, .iiid It was not untii 
.V..\ellibi r I?. ISiiii, thai he became oap- 
I taiu. .in. I on ilie noM day was mad- 
bn-v.-i nia.|..i-. In tli 
iii.uneil I i«hi ' ...1 1 ... 

I l.\ AliV.-^.sl.M.X.V 

j .\IK-r th.- siip|.re.ssi..|i ..1 i;i.' .Min.iu-.i 
I Ip' «as ii.iturallv iiiarUcd lor spieial 
eiiiploMnent. and was promoted to the 
staff In the Qii.'irterniHster-Goneral's I 
neparlinenl. «h. re In- served f.ir uliip'! 
years, with iieea.-n.iial simIIs 01 aetuo 
si-rv ice, IncIudlnK tht. I'liibevtu K.viiodl- 
tlon of 1863 and the .\bvssinlaii cam- 
palRli of 1867-tlS. Th.- wbole of the 
worl, ..f suporlnli-iuliiu! lin- urantte- 
nnnts lor ihi- ombark.iti..n ot ih.- Bén- 
irai Division was in his eli.ti;;.-, and 
here his hisb i-aiiai'it,\ for ..ruMiii/..i - 
tion was first |ii'oiiiinen:l.\ uisplav.d. 
He Was made Quarli rinaster-Oeiierai 
of the .'.Jecond Division in tlie Aby.ssln- 
lan o.\|iodltion. :in,l suiieriiitiinlod tlie 
re-onil'.irKaii..a ol tbo . iitiri .iriiiv. 
I'or tbis ho wa.s made lieuun.iiit-col- 
ont'l. hut his staff position remained 
tinalteri-d. Xot until he liad been for 
ibno voais Dix isioii yiiarl.'niiasli r- 
O' laril 01 r.iiit;.il dal lo l„ conio full 
I ..ioni 1, and i-ii ilie toliowiiig tlay In 
was made Quarlermnster-Qeneral .it 
Bongnl. . 

II.- settled the details of ib. «i.ai 
l amp of exercise at Delhi on i!i, ..1 11. 
sion of the visit of tho Prim .- of U abs 
tiale KhiB Kdward 1 in .laiiuar\. IxTi!. 
and attended the I'riiiro at iln- inan- 
1 Ol livres He also siiperlntoinloil i|p, 
j arrangements fm- tin- meat Durbar at 
I Dtlbi on tho 1st of Januur.\. 1ST7. win 1, 
lyin c ii Victoria win proclaimed Rm ■ 
I press of India. 

! IN THK APQUA.N WAI!. 

When Iho .Afghan War ot UTS-SI 
broke out ho Kol comniainl of the 
Kiirrani I-'iold f'orps, with tbo rank of 
nia.lor- (.'moral, and (treatly distinKuUh- 
ed himself h\ his darlni; capture of the 
IViw-ar i\olal wliiib was very cliffl- 
.'iill. an.I slri.iiL-l h. i.l h.\ the ononn . 
The operation «as earrieii out with an 
adnilrnhle eomblnution of audacitv, 
skill, vigor and foreslalit. 

Li:i> I'" iiii'i'; I'l I K.MiiT. i 

When ."^ir I i« I'.iv.iKnnri. the Bru-, 

Ish Knvoy to iiie mw Amir, Vakiib 
Khun, at Kabul, was murdered Willi, 
his escort, Sir I'n il. l u l, It-.h. ris. asi 
he was then, «.is «.lo.t.ii t,, :,^,,| Ihe' 
punitive expedilion. iiis aiUMiioe over| 
till' i^hulargarden Pass into Af(than|.s-j 
tan, with only ii,Oibi flkiiliiiK iin-ii, the 
defoal of till- .Xfubi'.ii aiiiiv .it f'ha- 
rasiali. ami bis II iiimpli.iiii i iiir.i' Into 
Ivibiil ill nine days, slainiml It.nor.ill 
Ilobi-rls .IS a. mililary loader of tbo \ i r.i 
first r.-tnk. .\n At'Kban force of s.Ono 
men had hlo>-kaileil the way lo a stronK 
position on tin lieiRhls beyond Chnriis- 
laii; l.ni. !• 11.. nine tin tactics (hat bad 
done li in ■ .n b L..o.i service al the 
l'ei«ar Koial. Ibneriil lloborts sent 
BrlK.-rjen. Baker with (he greater part 
of his force to turn the AfKlnin right 
flank, and threatened the pass in front 
w ith tho remainder. The enemy, sev- 



iii-ly di lea ted. were soon in full retreat. 
.11..1 K. 1 1. ill W IS ticrupiëd without fui- 

ili.r ..pposii I..I1. ^ 

MAIIt'li Til .KA.XDAII.V 1: 
.Midiil IC.'tliam Whs pi'oi la mil d .\inir 
l.f Kabul aud ISenoral ISi.lii-rls was Ki t - 
i:'.|; read? to wiilidr.iw bis loit-es t.. 
India, when the news eaiiio lo Kabul 
that a British brÏKade had been wiiiod 
out ;it Maiwand on July ÏT, and Ibal 
Lieiii. -I Ion I'l'iinroae wos surruunii. il 
at Kaiidali.i r. 

The undaiiiiii-tl t-<iiii'a;:e of Qeneral 
Rolieris w lioii Ihe news of the Maiwand 
atlair |. ai h.-d lihil al Kabul sliowed 
lb.' ii..i.ir.'ol the mail. \\ li. n tlu- In- 

■ ba-i I îio eninient tlecided to despateh a 
I. .1,111111 to Kandahar with Ueneral Itob- 
• l is ill t-omiii.'inil. he sent the fanioua 
Il bm'.iiii. ■^ ..II 11. . .I ii.ive no tears 
alieut iiiv ilui a.n II 1.111 take eare of 
itself, and will leaeli Kaiiilahar under 
the month." 

.\ll the world knows the i-esall of 
ili.'it Klorlous march, and how the Kieat 
s.ildiei's promise was fulfilled to the 
11 1 lor. Ceneral Itoberts had a spooi- 
-ili.v seli-eted eoliiinii of ten I hoiisaii.l 
tro.ip.s, a. Ill a ne» transport of corps 
1.1 «aii .îeil by Tulonel Low. 

.\ St. Ill was made on Ihe famous 
i.iaii'b on .Xiimisl ;i. and Kandaliar was 
riai'lpil on the in.niiint; ,.f ilie :11st, 
ti.niial itnlieii.s and bis men haviuc 
covered three hundred and thirteen 
miles in twenty-two ilays. The battle 
of Kaiiilahar was fuught on the ftillow- 
i'li; ila.i. the liritlsli torces gaintm; a 
br llianl vieloi \ 

General Koberis received the thanks 
of both Houses of Parliament, and of 
the Uov .-rn.ir-iieni-ral-iii-i'oiirioil. He 
was creaicil K.i'.H.. n.i'.l:.. ami a 
baronet, and awariii-il Un- nnilal witb 
four clasiis and tin l.ron/.e sl.ir 

In 1881, after M.i.iiilia. Lord Itob. i t.s 
was sent out l.i .si.niih Africa by .Mr. 
filiidstono's fiovi riiiiii'iii 1.1 repair the 
dis.ister lo Sit it.iii'L;.' il.iiie.v. but be 
for.- Iio Inol l.iinl.-il p. o .■ h id ben 
made with the Boors, ami twenty jear.i 
H-erc to elapse before h(- wos lo meet 
Ihe Boers In the field. 

WORK f'OU INDIAN* KMPIUE. 

In the sitme year he was given ihe 
eommand ot tin iioops in the Madras 
l'rr.-îi.li iicy. « liieli iioops, lilii' those of 
Bombay, Ben,i;al, llio tinjab, etc., were 
later, on his advici», amalgamated Into 
oni Indian arni.v with no liresidontiul 
bni iliv'i.-ii.ii il I .inmiands. After four 
M.ii's 111 .Maili.is 111 was, with iiiilvi rs il 
applaii.se. Lord Wolsoley liavinK lor tb.' 
second time deolim.l tli.- post, mailo 
comniandei--ln-ehler lu liid.a Ibii lii li- 
erai lloberls was not satisfied wiili 
r.'stlng in his adrutuisiratlvo position. 
He «as oaKer for tiyliilin; ami t.i..k 
ov. r III. eoiiiiiianii 111 Hiiiiiiali ,ifl. r 
the capture ot .Mandola.v and liireeli-d 
the movements wlilch In course of time 
reduced lo practical obedience the old 
re.ilin of Tliochaw That work done, 
In- reliirnoil to linli.i. iniiut op ro.iliz- 
inR tile lireain of his later lit.', and 
making the north and iiur(hwest fron- 
tiers of Ibe great dependency safe 
aRiiinsi iinasioii. In ISHfl ho diil the 
honm's ol' tin- .iriii.s lo I'rinc- Albori 
Victor Ml a stHiidiiif; camp at .Murldki, 
nnil in I8!)l he was busy with the fron- 
tier campalKiw tif Khob and llun'.sa 
Nairar. Magiiirieent wa.rK was done in 
those .M ils .11 111. iliM-loptnent of 
frontier 1 .imiiiiiiiii aii.'ns ami .1. tonco. 

On .1.11111 ir> I. IS'.i.', ilir l imons ,.=oI- 
ilii r was i.ii.«iil to iln pe.'i.'iyo as Baron 
Itohi ris of Kai il.'iliar and Wutert'ord. 
In IS'.i:! lie said fiirewell to India nnd 
"as made a Kniubt Craiid I'oniiniindor 
ot III. St ir ol Iniliii 

At a laleHell iliiiii|-r j^.i v 1 n to iimi n 
Calcutta he li>ld -liis- hearors ihnt I- 
loft India with the deepest regret. II.- 
s I al : 

"l-'r.>tn e\.r\.iiio will. wh.im I ii.i\.' 
liei n assoeialoil, w lii-lln r I'.uropean or 
native, whether civilian or soldb-r. I 
have received inviiriablo and unfailing 
kindness, jiynipathy and support. .My 
intoresl in Iho progress and welfare of 
this eounlr^ will i-onitniio iin.ibatr.I 
wlialei'er Ibi- fiiiiiio iiia\ lia v e in store 
for me. To the aiiiiy in India I bid 
farewell witli feelings loo di-pp for 
words. .To its discipline, bravery nnd 
devotion lo tlul<. l.oih in jteace and 
war, I i.«o Hh.iii vor success It hns 
bi'oii my K-ood fori lino to achieve." 

In I SUA he was made u I'leld iMarshal 

■ lid the same year ho suoi eodi-d Lord 
Wolsoley as coinni.i inlor ■ in -.-liiof In 
Ireland, being sworn a l'i i\. r iniicillor 
at the same (im.'. .\: ih. Diamond 
Jubilee In IS'.i;. ho wis iit iti-il K I'. 

IN i;i:i;at bolk wai:. 

Aft. I- 111,. i|ls.|sli',iiis ill'^lllll^ ,„ II,,, 
eai'l.v da.vs of tile Boer War, in iJe- 
cember, IH»!i, at .Magersfontein, 
Slormliortt. and rolenso. Lord Itoberts 
w IS SI 1,1 1,111 i-.,iniiiamlor-;ii-chief 
Willi L.n.l Kiii-liin.-r as chief of staff, 
Wiihoiii a iiioiiit'tii', liosii,'ii ion ho 
look up the lask (hat had proved too 
heavy for 01 hers, and cirriod it 
through to brilli.iiii sm eess. ||e was 
tin 11 al .1.1 .11;.' «h. 11 III. .SI iiovi woUld 
be iiicliiiod 111 laj liow 11 th-ir arms :ind 
take a well-earned rest, and he had 
suffered a terrible bereavement in the 
death of his only son. Lieutenant Fre- 
derick Roberts, who lost his life In a 



heroic offori io save the guns at Co- 
lenso - .1 ill .'.i r..r which the Victoria 
Cross was awarded. The subsequent 
course of the war can bv summe<l up 
in the statement that not after Lord 
Bob.ri.s' arrival .11.1 British arms sus- 
t.i:n .1 simli' imp. .1 1.1 n; ,|i f,-.ii. 

Wlien Ltuti Uob-ris eaiiio. Sir Ked- 
vers BuUer was holding the Boers at 
one point, before Uidysmith. At the 
same Urn, a Ian;.- |i..rtiiin of the Boor 
foii'i' «as i.n :h.' oili.-r side of tin- 
Veldt besie.nini; Iviiiilierley and Mafe- 
klng. Lord Koberts collected his army 
quietly and framed his plans secretly. 
Before tho Boers knew what was be- 
in'_- lion,' ihiy found JL.ord Roberts' 
army between their two forces. They 
were thus divided, and they had Brit- 
ish armi€>8 on each side of them. Al 
oiiei- ,hi-y pulled off iiiid ran. with Hie 
1111. ted British after llioin. Thus th.- 
downfall of the Boi-r iiower was 
quickly brought about, bord Koiberts 
and Liord Kitchener designed the 
movement which terminated the cam- 
paign, and Lord Roberts carried it 
out. 

SWl I'T TU.VNSI OilMATION. 

1.1. r.i Itiilicris arrived in Cape Town 
on .laiiiiary lU, I9U0, and after ihor- 
ounhly orsa.n1/.inK his forces advanced 
upon Bloonifunioin, the cairital of tho 
OraiiRc I'rec .State. This telt-maiii 
flashed north, and anal, and west, in 
put new life into the soldiers: 'Tell 
all ranks that I have this day Invaded 
Iho Oranwe Free Stale with a large 
army, particularly strong In eavolry 
and KUiis." The whole situation un- 
derwent a swift transformation. Klm- 
berley. which had been beslewed sinci- 
Detiibor l.S. w.-i.'s relieved on Kohruury 
1.'.. 'I'he relief of Ladvsmlih. whore 
lii-iieral Sir ticor^e White had boon 
boHioBoil since .Noseniber ?, wa.s o - 
coniplished on Kobruary '.iS. Cieio ral 
Cronje, "tho lion of tho Transvaal," 
flyintc towards I Sloomfonteln. was 
overliikon at r.iardeburi;. and. after 
a siiiUhora .li-f.-nee. was compelled to 
siirroiidi-r unconditionally, with five 
ihousaii.i men, early on the morning 
of I'ebruary 27, the anniversary of 
,M.L.luha Day. 

The inarch coiiimiied lo BlOemfon- 
teiii, the whole Jb iiish army spn^ad- 
InR out for mlh's on either side of the 
railway, swei-pint; tho country of 
Boors. Bloenifonti-in was entered on 
March i:i. Ilri'itblo-^sly ibe worbi 
awaited lite iidvaneo on Pretoria. Il 
was known that this place might be 
held for months, so strongly w«»a It 
fortified. But Iho Boi rs did not risk 
another big eni;agenient. .\s the bead 
of Lord Roberts' long column appear- 
ed, on June 5, the last Boer train slid 
out, and the com mander- tn-.chle.f. led 
the Cii.'irds into the capital. For hours 
ill- silt on his horse while the army 
marched p.ast him, saluting htm. 

"You must be a happy man to-day, 
sir." said a staff officer at his side. 

".S'o." bo answered, after a pause, 
"not happy — thankful." 

In Ihe nioantime, iVIatelting, where 
rieiiorai Badon-Powell had kept th* 
(hit: flyinc since October 13. had been 
relii'vod. on May 17. Lord Itoberts is- 
siieil .1 proclamation annoxiii;; the 
Transvaal and the Orange Free State 
to the British Empire. Tho war As- 
sumed the character of a guerilla 
ciimpaiL.-n. and tord Roberts handed 
over th.' campaign to Lord Kitchener 
.and returned home. 

rUKwXTKD A.V EARL. 

l.oril Boborts landed in Kngland on 
.lanuary ::, 1901, and on the same day 
had an audience with Queeii Victoria 
at Osborne, when Her .Majesty hand- 
ed him Ihe Insignia of the Order of 
ibo r;arior and modal with six clasps. 
'I'hi' iie.M il:i\ ho received the plaudits 
of Ibo mnluluilo as he drove through 
London lo Buokini;hain I'alace, where 
lie w.iH ei.tertaiiioil a.s tho ;;uost of tho 
«Jui . n. 0.1 laiiiiars 14, he airain had 
an aiiilionee with tin- fjueon al On- 
Iloberts of I'reloria. Kandahar and 
home, when he was created Earl 
Waterford. This was the last audience 
«ivon by Her M.i.iesty, who died eisht 
da.vs l.ili-r. 

When Kaiser William of Oerinaiiy 
came lo London for (Juecn Victoria's 
funeral he decorated Lord Roberts 
With ihe Order of th.- fjorinnii l-àmlo. 
Fur his services 111 .South Africa, Lord 
Hobcris was voted Uie thanks of both 
Houses of Parliament, and received a 
grant of f 1 00.000. 

Tln-re was only niio more. Ilio high- 
est hoii.ii, ih.it I iiiibt be hestiiwoil tili- 
011 him, the position of commander- 
in-chief of the BrKlsh Army and to 
this post he was elevated In I80t, and 
ho held Ihe pnsilloii until his rclire- 
iiieni from active servieo in 1904. 

Thus Ihe active military career of 
Lord Roberts ended. He bad conduct- 
ed important campaigns with ilio ut- 
most ability, he 'lad foiiKht great ac- 
tions, he had secured a iiioniorable 
naino, and ho bad Won the affeclioii 
of a nation, fifty ve.ir.s of active ser- 
vice had not ab.ited his vigor or acti- 
vlly, and he carried iiilo retirement 
the habits of action. Ill,; great ambi- 
tion to form an effieieni army for I ho 
suppiirl of a mighty ompirr ami the 
I rated into tho depth of his heart and 
security of Qreat Britain had pene- 
mind. 



REGL PRACTICES 
MASS FORMATION 

Battalion Drills on M. A. A. A. 
Grounds — Fairly Large 
Turnout 



At 8 o'clock ia-st nicht the battalion 
fell in at the High School, all prepar- 
ed for night work. Tho officers were 
all In uniform and nmsi ,>f them 
wore the new mackinaw inal.s, re.uh- 
in.^; to the middle of tin.. thiKb. 

.\fter th.' roll had h.on eaUcd. ill.- 
battalion lof; th.- Ilivii .Sehool and 
formed inio fours op .Meleall.- .slreel. 
The mule followi-d was on Sherbrooke 
St.. down .St. Mark, abmg St. l,uke. 
Western Avenue, Halowell 8t and 80 
into the M..A.A.A. sroiinds. 

The battalion tliire ilnl an hour's 
drill and showed marked improve- 
men( on most previous drills. The 
men are evidently getting to inider- 
stand what i.i expei-tod of th.-ni s.i tlio 
ileslred unity of movi nn-nl is a ji.is- 
sib.liiv. not .so Viiguc as hereiofore. 
.Most of tho drill was forming mass 
iiitl ex I ending the platoons with •vari- 
ous iiiiorval.' 

.■\s the air wa.- lii enlisUy lupi.y Ihtl 
iiinvenienls carried out at the double 
were decidedly Welcome, as a meana 
.if Kolting warmed up. 

Tin- return pi.trch Started at 10.10 
aipJ led by foul drummers from the 
"Vies." the baitalion got back about 
10.311 and were dismissed in front of 
•ho armoury. 

Li.-(!ol. Starke complimented the 
battalion on the work done during the 
eveiiinj;. 

The attendance certainly might 
h.ive been better but probably some of 
the men .tro still feeling the effects oC 
the iiiareb last .^aiiirday ni;;ht. 

Yesterday afternoon, there was a 
rojiort, being circulated around town, 
that Ihe barracks. I.e.. the old High 
School, had been badly .burned, but 
tiion- w!i9 very little evidence of a fire 
last night. 

CANADA'S CALL. 
(Written by lion. J, R0II4 Midleiniss, 
tor Iho Panadinn Club of New York, 

and read .at ib-' riooiit annual dinntr of 
lhal f.i »'a III'.' 1 1 1. .11 I 

From the gn at Saskaleli wan Valley, 
From the wealthy Hudson Bay, 

Whe're the sons of Norsemen rally, 
I'roni tho land of Nonnandy. 

From the VuKou Empire Kolden. 

To the rich Pacific shore. 
Where Columbia New and Olden 

Hears the great sea-lion roar. 

.Vs tbo ocean's countless billions 
Of lilsportinc soa-fisli speed - 

Worth more th.-iii earthly iiilllions 
I':arned by avariée and greed. 

I 

Back throuirh ilie gnldi-n wliivii belt 
Of Alhorta and ibe Wtst. 
Where famine's fangs are never fell, 
And comely daughters rest. 

And the homes of Manitoba 
Are increasing year by year, 

Ontario's teeming waters 
Swelling ever fresh and clear. 

Down the stately bounding river 
Where St. Lawrence holds the swa\ . 

Through the rapids seething over, 
To proud Quebec to-day. 

I 'oinos the cry of aiiclont .N'orr-v king — 
Rouse ye. sleepi rs of lin- East, 

And acclaim my brave descendants 
At the great Canadian feast. 

Where prosperity l.s not a farce, 

•Vor liberty a name; 
There's room for millions on the sparse 

L'nsettled vast domain, 

(iird on your armor, freemen, 

Like ancestors so bold. 
^^'ho ruled .old ocean's seamen. 

As ycm'n rojc the land of gold. 

"lis the call of western prairie. 

And of bounteous field and flood. 
From a friendly, fearless fairy, 

Beck'ning onward as she stood. 

fomo baoK, \ r .s..iis if Canada. 

With brawn and brain and skill. 
Coma back to home and Fatherland, 

.-\nd be Canadians still. 

Come rule Ibis v.ist Iiomiiiioii. 

Like your fearless sires of .l ore 
Where no freeman Is a inlnlon. 

But a Jlonarch evermore. 



NEW WIRELESS 
CLASSES START 

Thirty-five Names on List Choscr 
To Take Course in Wireless 
Telegraphy 



Ins a quarrel for the purpose of an- 
ne\ii|._; Sorvia. as had iirevioiisly bei n 
done in tlni case ot Pii-tlmonl. WItb 
this end in view Ibe disnrai i fu! iiltl- 
maliim was siibinilti d to ibo i^lavio 
people at the instiKailoii of tlir same 
Baron Vorgad-h. With but two days 
for eonslderntlon, tin- Servian govern- 
nn-iit was ' onlronlMl witb ilo- in er-.- 
sir\ fii laiifOnr .■I.n..\ ;.in. . ..iiili 

tlons Ktaii-d therein. All but 0110, which 
made necessary thç election of Austrian 
officials empowerefl witliln Sorvia'o 
border, were inbeslta 1 imil.i aeeeptod. 
Tins, howcMr. wlipli Ihiealino.l the 
freoil'iiii 01 (In ii,iiiitr.\. was debated 
Upon and passed one tiaj later than 
the (xpiruilon of the ulllmaliim. Pes- 
pile this siipremi concession, w ar was 
declared by Austria. 

in closing. Professor I'npin touk 01- 
caslon lo explain tin- oan. e.-' of Biisslan 
H.vmiialb.v for the Slavic races. Ever 
since Ihe battle of Cnrsovo In I37A. 
when Ihe ottoman Empire triumphed 
over tile Balkan races, these people 
b uo I.. Ml siil.s. rvlent to Ihe unjust 
Turkish rule. It was Russia that gavo 
i^^ervlH life and freedom by overthrow- 
ing the p«(wer of the Sultan. The resulf- 
Inc treaty of ,\ilrlnn.iple eroati d L.im - 
bardy, and esial.llsln ,1 lt,iiliiin 111. h - 
pendeiioe, Ailtl lo Ibis lli(/ fact lliat 
kiorvla has Introduced Christianity Into 
Russia and we have Ihe bond that Is 
uniting tl"' two nations In the existing 
struggle. 



Bo— "Tlie |/€Mili|o M il h the average m-ir- 
rleil woman Is that -he nuHn't enough v> 
do to keeirjicr t>u«y." 

She— "N«, not uiilese she has niarrled a 
man to reform him."- Judge. 



FURTHER LIST OF 
PROFESSORS ON 
SATURDAY MARCH 

Seven Morr iXainrs Added to 
Those Already Published 



In Tuesday's edition a list of prof,-s- 
sors w.ho bad attended the Saturday 
march out Wiis piildlshed. 

The following professors were als.i 
out ,ind made tho m.-ireli as well .is 
am of the yoiiniior men. 

I'rofoKsors .MoKorK.'W . llarkiio.ss, 
Keag, Slsn.sfield, Kve, Wllley, Todd. 

This list Is probably slill incomplete 
and if the names of an.v professors 
who wore on tlio inarch and have not 
yet been published, are sent In ihe 
Dally will have great pleasure In pub- 
lishing them. 



Dr. WILEY GIVES UST OF 
FOODS 



.1..1 . 



.- -lr.-,'I .i.'i,.' ."Ln., r.t ■ 
Ill l.iii- ,ol.w\i . .'iii.l 
II ill utreet iiuvlng." 
^'olltlcal Boss— "I could, 
'Judge. 



I .S|nl! , ;i j. . 

M' . .1 u;oo.'. • ■ 
tlH.ii.iiKhiy mil,. 



only for taat.' 

; 



lir. II. iM. . \\ . W iley has prep.ind 
a list' of Hi'liM'led loods for European 
war BUffecers M ^«uggestlon to Amor- 
ieaiiM who wisli tu-conlrlbute supiillos 
to tho relief cause. Tin list la suk- 
Kesloil as ihe must efte. li\i for sliip- 
piie; anil illslrlbullon purpo.sos. Il is 
divldid into llireo ( i.-issos, one for I'l- 
f.ints ;iiiil .oari;^ chlblron. o'li tor 1011- 
lai'.'.nl'- .1 ml .1 n..l II. t r..| «.-11 a.lillt.s. 

A pa.'Kjio i.ii intanls and young 
Children should include M pMada ot 



rvaporaled, unswei t. ned milk, about 
' pounds of milk .--near, â pounds of 
iiarley flour, 5 |iouiids of Indian corn- 
meal. ."> pounds of oatmeal and 2 ounces 
of sail. This will sustain from '.'00 to 
i.'iit infants or voiin»; ohlldron for ono 
day. 

For (lackages for convalescents tho 
following Is recommended: Fifteen 
imiinds of evnpnratea milk, K. pounds 
inalterl milk. I pound can of nlivr or 
. ..lions, oil oil, ? pounds of canned 
clili-ken, .'. iiouiiils of brown l ii o. 7 
pounds of whole wheat or white flour, 
.'! pounds of sugar, l' poumls of tea and 
•i oiinois of salt. It Is estimated that 
Ibis will sustain from 100 lo 160 con- 
v.iloM-ents for one ilav. 

A p.iok.ice for adults m (jood hoaltli 
should contain: Five ixiunds of canned 
baked beans, 8 pounds of dried lentils, 
peas or bi-ans; n pounds of canned sal- 
mon, .'i pounds of oatmeal. S pounds of 
eornmeal, 15 pounds of whole wheat or 
wliitt- flour, pounds of sugar and r, 
ounces of snlt. Tills will furnish a 
sustaining ration for 50 aduKs for one 
day. 

II Is leeommended that the aupplies 
be pacK. d ill .'lO pound boxes, as H Ja 
difficult fur Red Cross nurses to handle 
more weighty ones. 



The .New York Times .111 vs: ' Vale'.q 
skill was the skill of the I'anaili.in 
players. When WIIboh, with (he l,„i| 
was about to he tackleil bv a Princeton 
player, he deftly tossed Ihe bnl! to I^e- 
«<iiro, and when a TIk' T pliinMed at Le- 
Oiiro ho olevoily tossed lie- ,,, 
Alnsworih or Knowles. With (his play 
Princeton waa up In the air. They 
had no defence for it. ajid the niue 
playi-d rings around them to their 
boart.1' I. intent." 

.'-'aliirdny s defeat by Cornell rnded 
MIchlgan'a moat 4laaatrous season since 
"Hamr>U|r Toat took, charge foortaen 
rmn âg9. Kmr MBw* taa te m 



V.Ut: wireU'.ss 1 la.-s wli.eh s heinc- 
formed and. I- th. dineiion of I'r.ifos- 
.sor.s Eve. (;ia.\ ..nd Kum i.s now well 
under way. A 01.-11111;; was held In 
ulio t^heiiiistry Buildin.i; on Tuesday to 
arrange hours for the l. eiiiro.s and la- 
boratory periods and ibe final deci- 
sions are Kiven below, 'i'he class are 
divided into tlireo groups which will 
meet at different times during the 
week. It has h.-en di oiderl ih.ii both 
tho laboratoi'v lo rioil uua \h.- 1. . iiin- 
will be hi-ld on the .sann- nij^hl ao that 
no time may be wasted. 

The wireless work is new to most of 
I'bose in the elass.-s and shfiuld prove 
extremely Inier. sim:; 1,, ip.ise wh„ 
into the work with ihe mieniioii of 
learning all they can about the sub- 
ject in the .short period of time at 
their disposal. 

The clasea have been organlmd as 
follows: — 

Class "A." Tuesday Evening, 7.30 to 
10 p.m. 

Almond. F. W. 
Bishop, J. .M. 
Cooper, A. B. 
Crcighton, r. v. 
Davidson. D. G. 
Fyloft, L. F. 
Hovey. II. W. 
McCall. .1. D. 
.Macfarlane, D. H. 
JIackay, .\. II. 
O'Heir, II. I!. 
Stansfleld, J. 
Class "B," Thursday Afternoon, 2 to 
& p.m. 

Black. A. 
Bleler, E. S. 
i'^loyd, O. V. 
Ouy. R. \V. 
Hebden. J. B. 
Lalng, N. B. 
Lake, N. J. 
Alacaulay, D. L. 
Shand, E. B. 
SpailiiiK. K. «'. 
Willi.iins, T. A. 

Clat.s "C, " Tbiirsday Evening, 7.30 ti 
lu p.m. 
Bei'iiwith, .\. E. 
Brown, L. A. 
Cann, P. L. 
(ireen, V. .S. 
Harris. C. .N. 
Lindsay, A. .M. 
McLean, R. M. 
Proudfoot, D. f*. 
Ranklne. A. D. 
tjeller, J. D. 
Taylor, R. 11. 
- Tucker, A, 

: ii.-cturos start on Tuesday, Xoy. 34. 
j Tho evonliiK lortures may be attended 
I by the other ap|>llcants who have not 
been accepted as members ot the 
corps, but no practical work will be 
provided for such men at present* 



THE KAIHEB'S "SArit IFIi 'i; " 
t'apturo.l r»<-rman ..fli.-.rs li..asieil 
that (he Kaiser was willing to sacrlfico 
a million men to win his way to Puri.i. 
— Daily Press. 

Hans .Mullet', schoolboy, not from 
choice. 

In riermuny lifts up his voice 
Against his teacher. Dr. Reus.". 

And grumMes sadly: 
' lli-rr Dr. lîoiiss. vy be not no 
To pave lie w.i\ to Paris, so. 
.Mit million odors in a row'.' 

I d .lakrifico bini jtladlv 

Der llerr Professor, in Ins turn. 
Summons to war. In words that burn. 
All those wlio neither u-arli nor learn. 

He thunders madly: — 
"Vy do dese low-brows still survive? 
De Vaterland how can it thrive 
Mil such verdamte Hunds alive? 
I'd sakriflce dem gladly." 

Lieutenant Thunderbolt von Schmidt. 
Whose clothes so uniformly fH. 
Has Tailor Snip to th ink lor it. 

He ponders sadly: — 
"I (jannot zrttlo Znip's auKounl. 
(If money is dried up do lounl. 
When fore, and on d.n -/.ole ngBouni. 

Id itnkriflce hini gladly." 

/ 

Schmidt s father. General of note. 
Who know.<; all I'l.iusonltz by rote, 
Hofuses on his son m dot». 

And mumbles sadly: — 
".\1eln sohn he Immer up to larks. 
Mit fraiion. dudos ami odor sparks. 
Ach. ho 7.pen.l .ill ni> lirei'i..ii.s c-.arks. 

I'd zakrlfice him gladly." 

The Kaiser views with curling lip 
The groat Schmidt's text-book lo.idor- 
ship, 

lie gruniR' "Dat man cif me do pip." 

And mutters niadl...:- - 
"Ven Schmidt vish piliaee, burn, und 
zack. 

Vy make he Immer from atlaek" 
Ach, him I could mot pleasure lack, 
t'd cakrifice him gladly." 



And ao to others. Kaiser-ridden, 
TVho do exactly what they're bidden. 
And never do what fhev're forhtddrn. 

TIiov wliisper s.nlly: — 
'Our Wilhelm link dal he is Id' 
A vorld-vlde var he now haf IU1! 
Of him mit bleasure we'd be rid. 

T'd imkrince him gladly." 

C. P. S. 



three g.inies in a sinulo season Tbis 
.vear Ibo Wolverines win- hi.ilin b.\ 
Harvard, Syracuse and Cornell. Tlie 
•iiilv oa<itrrn game won by 'Yoat'a men 
was the 34 to .1 defeat of PennsylVEBla, 
and that was of no particular mnment, 
ainc.a Ponn. had boon a mark for al- 
noat every tawa which faced b«r ftilg 



VARIED EFFECT OF 
WAR ON EUROPEAN 
C0UE6E ATHLETICS 



One phase of the existing Kuropi.i'i 
situation, comparatively of liitlo on- 
sequenro in its. If lint ol intero.s'' i.. 
college men in Ibis eonntr.v. Is the al- 
most complète ilemuraliXHt ion of all 
athletic cotitosls. Tho conflict has «0 
atfo.'ieil Oxforil s .\tthletic .'\ssoc|alion 
Ilia I It 1.- i.raolieal'.y abolished and il 
has been liecided to abandon all com- 
petition lor this lerro. This means that 
there will be no Oxford-Cambridge 
ei.iss.ei.iinti ". run. track, and field 
I li.iiiipi..nsli.i., nor Uu- t'amoii.s bout race 
on lite Tbanios. Qeurge M. Spruule, 
the president of the association, has 
been attached to the Army Hervlce 
Ctirps nnd his predecessor, Arnold X. 
S. Jackson, holds a commission In the 
Sixtieth Kind's Rifles. It is a fad 
worthy ot nolle.- that iiraoiieallv evi-r 
athlete of nn> reputation is now at th. 
tj'ont. 

Oxford, however. Is not the only om- 
• ff<-eteil li.\' the war. .Mhletlos in Hit 
main bail last boKnii to comniaml ..' 
lontlon as a national factor in the )ires. 
ent day life and the progress of their 
development hns been checked und set 
bilk by the war. Familiar names, 
wbi.'b wo assiieiate instantly with the 
oi.iinpic games, aptiear cnnsianlly on 
the dealh list. Rau. ono of tbo h. si 
European sprinters, has been killed, 
and IIan.« Br.-iun, considered by many 
Ilie best .|ii:irtor-niilo in the world, has 
had both lens shot off. 

Quito difroreiit has the « :ir off. . 1 
boi II on I'Vanco in an aihli'lio wa\. 
Never a very active country physically, 
tbo oxisiiiiB crisis has bi-niight home 
to In r the lesson of lnnlilv eneri;i'. pi • 
.«pile tbo loss of several mon « bo 1.1: 
elaini international reputation, such as 
Jean Bouin and (Jeorge Andre, the 
pïflne of athletics hns been so ralse.l 
and interest In physieal ii. v olopmeo' 
so stimulated that 11 can b. s.iid wit • 
truth that FVance has made a decide 1 
advance. 



LIFK IN TUB TREXCHKS. 
There Is om- :ispoi-t of iho w-ir. Iin« . 
ever, to whieb m\ miml an-.iin .tn.r 
again turns; it is, perhaps, tin- btggcsi 
revelation of warfare from thrt Inside 
that these letters give. That topic, of 
lourse. la life In Ihe trenches. In th- 
treiiehos, as everywhere else in life, 
the moments of exultant p.ishion and 
fierce activity alternate with Imurs of 
Idleness, of relaxation from all worrie?" 

and of, therefore, the instinctive re- 
in 1 which all men. In the midst often 
of crises of itreat tension, seek ii 
amusement. Thi- learned and soj.ite 
.liidgo who has been In court all dsv 
Plays a game of bridge at his club oil 
his way home— It rests his much-work- 
ed mind; the Parliamentarian ii aves 
the floor of Iho House of Commons, 
with its perhaps raucous noises of dis- 
cord and passion, and goes ft.r a elgiir 
to the smoke room; on even the fi-.n" 
of tho House. momh<--rs have al«a\' 
boon dollchtod when a ho.iltbv fit . • 
laughter relieve* tho tragedv of vloloi 1 
emotions. And so these men in the 
frenehes meet Nature's irresistible 
craving for rest and change from pas- 
Monate emotion In an kinds of humor- 
ous and sometimes even frivolous 
things; but there is this difference h. 
<ween them and the civilian obeying 
the common Instinct: danger is never 
alwont. Absent!— That fen sergeant. 

lie.illi. as Shakespeare called it. is al- 
vv.ivs thor..; on the waich. f irlive ubl- 
quilou.s. incessant. That dea.lly bullet 
«j aU artmnd. It smashes, as win be 
seen, the cup <it tea as the soldier Is 
bftWnr II 1.1 his lips; it InforcepU tho 
l.iii! h iiK ii,,v who is running to Rwt an 
apide a f.w yanto off to stay the thirst 
of « wounded emarade: it stalks in be- 
twe*n th« generous English Tbnimr 
tning tnfsave the Imperilled Oerman 
soldier eiysmy; and aenda both to 4aHc 
I ceath— tb I naa that wantad to te fhm 
« id tte «M to te M.M«i