Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN Tea Table Talks N.o, 1! Thuni would.bc'im need for "Pure Food it product were given a tithe of UH: cure in assur- ing the perfect purity o_f BLUE RIBBON TEA Tliut care is exercised from Tea (iivrden to Table. In Hie blending, the most minute care ensures uniformity perfection. The new doubly-protective wrapping ensures against thri slightest deterioration by dust, moisture or careless handling. Your ideals of. rood-purity arc expressed by always using Blue Ribbon Tea independent Meat iHarliet Weekend Specials FKESII KILLED TURKEYS FRESH KILLED CHICKENS FRESH KILLED FOWL Also supply of Choice Bee.f, Mutton, Veal and Pork. The Independent Meat Market i'lione 635. 40oi5tu.Bt..S. OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE, Escaped From a Prison Camp Ottawa, 'Militia depart- ment IIUH beoji advised of the remarK- tthte escape from tho German prison camp at GolBsen, Saxony, of Major P, Andernon of fie 3rd Battalion, Edmon- ton. Major Anderson was captured at the 'battle of YpreK. and would still-bo In Saxony, hut for his tlio Go nil iiu language, which enabled him to get 1'rcc of his captors. Major Anderson spout Borne niotdus making ready for Ms successful get- away, and when he did make a start, [did so in full view of tlie strongest camp lights. Kor five consecutive days, he travelled OH foot during the day time, and slept in concealment" at night. He had gaved 250 marks, and when lie thought himself compara- tively safe he went to small villages at night, and rested at-the inns. Major Andersoii covered a lot of German territory lief ore he finally succeeded in getting free of German soil. After walking south ti> the Ger- [man boundary line, ho turned around :and made his way clear across the I Kti'iser'H domains until he reached [Denmark. Part of the time he travell- in government trains and had many long and interesting conversations with German officers and others. Arriving at Copenhagen, Major An- derson got into touch with-tlio British -consul, who arranged for his journey tol-iondon through Sweden and.Nor-, I way. Major Anderson is at the present, time making a report to the British 'government on conditions in Germany. Me reports that the press of the coun- try is muzzled, and that the people i hear nothing but stories'of increasing- i iy important victories. As a result, they are stilj very confident. -Never' flheless, they have become very tired of the -war, and there is a-general longing for peace. Co-operation of the Hotel Men PUBLIf MARKET V OPEN EVERY DAY We have for tomorrow (Sat- urday) a special line and choice selection of Freshly Killed Meats, comprising BEEF, PORK MUTTON, SAUSAGES, VEAL AND CHICKENS. Smith McKay PHONE 1060 Orders Delivered Promptly 429 FIFTH STREET SOUTH .Eric.'Warbnrton, son of Dr. Jas. Warburton, mayor oi Charlottetown, P.B.I., has-been awarded the Dis- tinguished Conduct Jfedal for bravery at the Gallipoli'.Peninsula. 'Cattalp" Herd for egimir' Sft'ak-, wan is the future.home of species'of'cattle, called the a cross between the "buffalo and the common cattle; The herd, consisting of heitd, was recently bought by the Federal government from Mossom -Boyd of Bobcaygeon, Out., and will he sent to the Scott Experi- mental Farm, 'where Aeting-Supt. Tin- line will imvejcharge of it. Last -week a representative of tlie Doni'inion government visited the Ex- perimental farm at Scott, and complct- ed arrangements "whereby the herd will 'be under the supervision of the of- ficials at the farm. There are twenty head, some of them said, to weigh [about a ton. One of .them is a partic- ularly fine animal, a cross between a 'buffalo-and a Hereford. These'cattle are said to tractable as ordinary cattle, andJiate superior qualities not possessed'-by their ancestors. StOck-raisers ot' the province will no doubt -watch for the arrival of this herd, as "it marks a' somewhat new de- parture in, Experimental farm.work. A circular asking co-operation of the hotel men in enforcing' .the newj military regulation restricting; hours; for soldiers in the bars, has been for- j warded to hotelkecpers, by the liquor license branch of the provincial 'gov1' crnmcnt. After quoting the regulation j the circular also quotes tho resolution' of the license commissioner deciding; to suspend licenses of hotels.not ob-i serving the regulation, and goes on j to say H is thi! desire of the Department. that all licensees should he careful and strict in the observance of this military order, and in accordance with the wishes of the Department I'LL GIVE THEM THE BEST! SO SAYS THE SANTA WE KNOW AND HE COMES EVERY DAY; THIS MERRY SANTA CLAL'S IS ALWAYS READY TO BEING YOU Southern Alberta's Cho He carries them on his capable shoulders while you have only to ask for Avhat you want and have all the satisfaction and enjoyinciit a tender, juicy cut will bring-. He always has what yon can't call him too often. He'll answer the phone, 452. at DELANYS LIMITED this notice is mailed to ail licensees, j j Pte. Hehdrie Praises the Hospital regulation. Conducted by Mrs. Sandford Fleming For the winter upon which we are jiist entering, the Military Authgri- ties have thought it advisable rison troops in several Alberta cities and towns, in order to perfect "theft esting .letter -to E. >l. Higinbotham Authorities has not been marie with'-i from the Convalescent Hospital for out due consideration, hi this great Canadian soldiers, Luton House, Sell- ]Jte. Jas. liciidric writes an inter- Mrs. -Tappatf Acmey, .of .Woodstoek, N.B., .a. case before the Supreme Court recently, said she.had 25 cases 'already accumulated. struggle for full freedom and the! triumph of tho higher ideals of true democracy, Albertans have shown, themselves to be deeply appreciative of the blessings and benefits of'. the British standard ot" national honor, liberty and freedom, and in many ways have "done their and have brought to the name of Canada and Alberta great honor through cour ageous deeds and patriotic sacrifices. I feel sure that when the licensees ,-ng Favetsham. He says: "J bw working on the 01" ihis Place.now for about and thc work i lady than, whom to hate in charge of a lot of men I think it would be im- possible to find. We in the house are treated more like a large family than a lot of private "soldiers in a hospital. staff .We bra' at last got rid of the four :ful 'Hospital BfooVoIotning, and wear not thc the :khaki.: Breakfast is i icti amc iiiiiiu WIG -j of Alberta are made acquainted with and, as tho order oi the Military Authorities, the courtrj of accompanied by a resolution showing 511 hard it is plentiful and doesn't leave'at and a'real: homelike brealt- us very much time for corresponding. I fast it is. At; eleven o'clock there is "This is the finest of all the fine cocoa and. biscuits for'the men. then hospitals, in England. This at 1.15 is lunch with beer for those place is run Canadians entirely for true Canadian style. The house itself is a lovely place PUBLIC MARKET FROM 9 A.M. TO P.M. You have one more chance to buy 3 Ibs. Cardston Creamery Butter For Don't miss this DEC. 4th. who indulge. At: 'is tea and bread and butter and cake, and at the wishes of "the Department, they will recognize the importance to them of a strict observance of the Order. Tour obedient servant. F. (f. F.ORSTER. Chief License inspector. H. J. Robie-will be junior mayor of the 137th Regt. C. E. F., Cal- gary, and Aid. H. N. Bile; "H 1J P., is likely to be paymaster. We Are Headquarters For Winter Season Footwear Now is Ihe tinic to make your selec- tion of Warm Winter Foohyear from our large stock; while the assortment is complete in at] makes and sizes. We can suit you with heavy thick v.-eiuv suitable, for outdoor work, or lighter and for indoor or outdoor fool comfort. DROP IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF FELT BOOTS OVERSHOES FELT SLIPPERS RUBBERS OUB STOCK OF TASTY IjP-TO-DATE GENERAL FOOTWEAR IS VERY COMPLETE AND WE KNOW WE CAN PLEASE YOU. HUFNER The Shoeman Next Bank Algeria charge, and in fact who first thought of .this Canadian home is Mrs. Sand- Cord of Ottawa, a better 6.30 we have at which there you j is again beer Then at 9 30 there is pf Eng for those vho need it milk or cocoa Roll lights out 10.30. 'We are only ten minutes' train ride from the Cathedral Cifr more at home amongst, our own, who understand us and our ways. 'We are not entirely free from ex- citement here, as we are not far from a large gun cotton factory, which the Huns are endeavoring to destroy by means of Zepps. We had a Zepp over here a weeks ago, and although they were unsuccessful in locating the Worth a Guinea a Box u a remedy for the evil effects of quick eating over-eating and strenuous liv ing. The medicine that meets this tones the stomach, stimu- lates the liver, regulates the of Canterbury and ihout 31 thei unfortumtelj did from the town of Faiersham to bome -.erious d-image on their returj- i io Canadnn Vrtillerj much better' than we did last fall. 'A1I: of timn seem hajiju and eaget to net to Frame, although thev don'l, expect to go before the end of De- cember. WORK HALF SQUARE MICE'OF, GOLDFIELDS OUT OF. 3000 .Halite UiiaU a! few In lie Wor In MBU. Scotia has inoio tl an 000 square miles of gold- finch towns the men are allowed to1 to the Canadiin vrtillerj ,otk hut the area under title so almost time I.ierjone here Camp ,t Otteipool The I cthhndeeh" onl> o stiuare mnes and less, than is agreed that there isn t anothei Hhttur) wele camped there but thi) one half or a Muaie mile is being place (Hospital or Convalescent) in luckih tnougli escaped although the] England to compare with Luton casuillif; were I tin Canadian Home in Fnglanj and although there are others .now, [.believe, still to Mrs. Fleming is due, the honor of the idea which 'is very, very much appre- ciated by tho Canadian Tommy At- kins, for altliough; the English Hos- Flanders. 1 met at Qitcrpool i ago 'Doc Stewart Major Rip ej- Lieutenant JMewburn, and all the Lethbridge Vrtillcn b Had quite I worked U one lime o another thcie line been JT companies, foaued to de velop the gold fields of this province The'old Montague Halifax! which was abandoned for years after the lead lost, has been leorJeued, thc load was re-discovered, and the property is now .producing ore wicn seven ounces of gold to the ton When a reception there. pitals treated us well, still we feel i looking very wel VI! uf them ucit and are livin It is considered that gb'id-mming in Kova- Scotia pays with halt ounce to i the ton, it will be .appreciated that interests which.started operations-'pn: 1 the once moie found it de 'cidedh worth uhile ARMENIAN REFIGEES FLEEING MASSACKi: KEKCUED Bl ALLIES 'I waislnns naiticuluilv alonj, Ihe Svrlan coats hi en retcntb tngaged tronsporttng thus strlikun neonlt lo placet ot trom On the left is i souni, Aumnlan girl who narrowIj escaped dcnih and was ustuod li> a 1 lench bntlkshln On right is a T'S nurse to a litllc Armonlan boy rescued.