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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 7. 1915 T II E L E.T H B K I 0 (J H A 1 13 IT.A L O 'PACK f'lV.K The Test of Time Your ffniiiilpiireiit.i (lid not use BUT-K IlIBBQiV TEA. Nolliiiig excellent w'ns known in their youngui1 Hie price. But your grandchildren will use it. li is 'impossible to imagine u'lietier developments occur. Jiul'lif Unit if imjivovemcniti are possible will Inivi; thorn. One merit improvement is in the wrap- fiiiiS. Jt impossible In liciler the lea. fn the packet l''rom Jioiv. on, ask I'or BLUK TJOA in Hie new double air-tight, mointurc-prooi'. Same Imi: lil'iy JUT eenf. better paekei. Threshing Again in Full Swing in Magrath District, Dec. is again tlio order of the- ilay here aud If the weather holds favorable far another two weeks practically all the grata of the'district will be in the bin. Scarcely twenty iier cent, remains to bo run tlirough and with every ma- chine in the district hard at work, Mugmlh'B bumper crop will soon be a matter of history. The finishing touches are rapidly being applied to the school cantata which is lo be given Dec. JO. This cantata and acconiiianyini; program is lo be given In the interests of the Patriotic Fund and through this means the seboo! children are deter- mined to donate- at least ?10l) to the local relief fund. I A novel means of advertising the event is again being used this year, namely, tlie medium of the moving pictures. Tlie different, choruses 111 Hie cantata are photographed and tlie negr-tivi; is shown through the kind permission -of Mr. Oodfrey in tbe lo- ral movie. The first set of this series is to be thrown on the screen next Wednesday niallt, and needless lo say every school kiddle and his dog will j- he there to see himse'.f as others see him. Keillor is at The Dardanelles THE "STRONG MEN" OF FRANCE AND taken Oil October 30th, during the hurried visit to London oj- the French co mm under In chief Cor the reported purpose of making arrangements for a closer co- ordination of the French, English and Russian forces, shows Gen. ,7offre acknowledging the cheers of the "crowd on leaving; ;lhe British war office with Lord Kitchener. .ON PREPAREDNESS (New York Sun) William J. Bryan was so indiffer- ent to preparedness in his youth that when he migrated to Nebraska he finished his sod house before he dug Ms cyclone cfe'ilar. WOMAN SUFFERED TEN YEARS Prom Female to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Belleville, for ten.years for female troubles and did not get well. I read in the paper about Lydia E. .IMnkham's Vegetable nqmpound and decided totryit J write iiow to tell you that I am Cured. You can publish my letter as a Mrs. SuViiiNB BABINE, Belleville, Nova Scotia, .Canada. Another Woman Recovers. Auburn, N. Y. suffered from nervousness for ten yeiirs, and had such organic pains that sometimes 1 would lie in bedrfour days at a time, could not eat cr sleep tied did not .Want anyone to talk to me.or at all. I would Buffer for seven hours atatime. Different doctors did the best they could for' me until four months ago I began Riving Lydia E. Pinkliam's'VegetJiblo Compound a trial and now I am in good health. "--Mrs. WILLIAM H. GILL.NO. IB Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. The above are only two of the thou- grateful letters which are corc- BtanUy being received by the Pinkham .Medicine Coinpany of Lynn, Mass., which show clearly what great things PiakhRtn'i Vegetable Com- pound does for those who surfor from woman's ills. If want spe- cial idTlcc Trfiio tfl I.yrtla E. I'inkliam Hcdltlnero. (oiMill- tonrjedcr will lie rcail ansvered hy a nun anil lie I'd In llrlcl I People's Forum GOOD -BUILDING FOtf SOLDIERS Editor Lethbrjdge Herald: Sir, Re accommodation for our soldiers.; I would like to call the at- tention of our- military authorities to the King's Hotel, North Lethbridge, for accommodating our. soldiers dur- ing the timeHhey are stationed In our [city. 1 iindevataud buildings of this nature are being secured in Calgary ifor the same- purpose. The building: I am referring1- to is a fine throe storey j brick building, -fu'ily modern, steam heat, hot and cold water, bath. rooms, with fifty bed sitting room upstairs" Ground floor has several very large rqonis; some could be used for reading oiv smoking .rooms, and in fact they all could be used to great Hi- V. Keillor, of Kdmontoii, funii.My ni Raymond, who is at pres- cni. attached to the Army .Medical Corps in UiR Dardanelles, has writ- tun to his uncle a very interesting letter, djitul Get. 12. Dr.. Keillor's j reside at Wallacetown, where j his wife is also at present. In his letter the Dr. "It was a gruat surprise to me- j when 1 received instructions to sail for the Dardanelles. We arrived j ly nl I.cmnos, a Grecian island, on a i White Star liner, the Olympic. j A submarine gut aficr us, sighted it at I 200 yards, it let drive its torpedo, and we let drive our two li-inch guns. We turned completely around in one- quarter milt1, in a" zigzag fashion, j and went back for three hours. We do I noi know whether the submarine was dcstrovul or not. We then pafsrf I over the .same spot during the night. landed mi the peninsula about one j i "We arc to a clean hospi- til ami ambulance! on a hill about! j one mile behind the firing line. Wr. j certainly-see some excitement every] i day ami all the linu'. The naval guns j anil batteries nn the shore arc let j l.iiiR drive all the time. Six 15-inch i I guns. It my Koat for a few days. i The explosions would shake the ground to beat the deuce and- the I Turks would let drive at the baitcr- i ies with shrapnel and big Jack John- sons. It is surprising what little I damacn they do. We'sleep'in a dus- j out" m night in, the side of the hill. j "I dare not tell you everything, but after the war, when 1 go home, 1 will he able to give you a few in- teresting tales. I am getting just ex- actly like an Indian, brown as the mischief. We believe we arc in a pcr- r fcctly safe place. We hear the Ijullet and stufl pass over us at the brow of the hill. "1 have sesn the Turkish positions. They arc good, clean lighters. I have treated several ot them one came in yesterday blinded in both eyes lrom a shrapnel wound. They are getting tired of the war, I think, but still offer great resistance. "I suppose before you get. this let- ter there will be considerable doing iiere. We will likely bu through here very shortly if things work as they expect it. 1 hope I get away from here by Christinas, if not- earlier." I would like to see' some of the. work in France before I. am through. However, T will take what comes..I am well and working good and hard. A good many wounded and sick pass through our is a great ex- perience." advantage, besides being. close to town, and the soldiers would have every convenience iu the -building. Tliis building is at prerent vacant, and I have no doubt that satisfactory arrangements could be made, and I think it. .would be a very good Idea if the sathofitlcs would leak into this proposition before making other arrangements as the building is all ready-ifpi occupation, j Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for this 'small space'in your valuable paper, 'as I am merely drawing the attention of the public" in .general to the above i building. Yours truly, FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT Herald) The Unitarians have" put a ban .'on the hymns'Onward Christian Soldiers and The Son .of God Goes Fcfth- to War, because they savor oE militar- ism. What vritl they do with that famous passage in St. Paul's.writings where .he urges Christians to "put on the whole armor oC God." and to "fight the good 'An Extra Run on FRY'S COCOA J RUNNING a big Mogul on schedule time is about as complete a brain, sinew and nerve test as a man could want. So when the order comes for "An Extra that engineer is wise who fortifies himself with a cup of FRY'S COCOA. PRY'S, because it builds for "nerves of steel." It's such a splendid food. as well as a delicious beverage. Drink FRY'S regularly yourself and note the vigor it imparts. Trade Supplied by J. S, FRY SONS, Limited Truro, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria. TOOK CANADIAN LABORERS Colebrook, X; H., Dec. more lumbermen eniifioy'etl by the Connecticut River Lumber company tvere "brought in from, the woods yes- terday by United States Marshal Chas. T. O'Neill, charged with violating tbe 'ederal contract labor law in bringing j Canadian workmen to this country, j riyelve men, including two contract- j arrested Friday. OFFICERS OF THE BATTALION Frascr Hros. creel, store at Pincher Creek. IS SIXTH MEMBER OF FAMILY TO JOIN 13. A. 0. Me- I.eod, private secretary lo Mr. H. H. Stevoiis, M.P., has enlisted In the. Irish and will Join the regi- ment in a tew days, probably as bugle sergeant. Mr. tile second secretary Iftv Elevens :Iina lost to the overseas forces, -Mr. J. P. Cadcnhead having s'one.ivlth the first contingent, enlisting wilh tlie 72lld Seatortli Highlanders.; .Mr. McLeod is the'sixth member ot his family to loin for overseas duty. Two'sisters lire serving us nurses, one'xar the Dardanelles and the other, in' France. Two -brothers nre in Mic youngest member of tliu lad of slx- teun years of an eastern battalion soon to depart', for lingfand. Mr. comes from Ghnrlottu- P..E. v- iV: PRICES CREAM Powder Sixty Years the Standard NO ALUM Made In Canada Officers photographed on road near Toronto during the great mp.rcli from Magaia taiuy to in Toronto.- .Man with.' ohrlBty on is Mayor Church of Toronto. HINDU PRINCE WINS HONOR London, wounded fight- ing in France, Hena Jodha Jang Ba- hadur, India's yoimgost war prince, has Just been awarded the military cross for gallantry In .action. Ho is a second lieutenant in :the Garh- Rifles, and is a grandson of the late JIaharajah of Netial. Hore is the official account of the work which won the decoration: "During a foint attack north of Ln Bassee lie coiiihianded a doubltj company with great.ability and COD- epicuoiis gnllantry in face ol sevoro fire from rifles, machine hand grenades and bombs. His bravery was previously observed: onvSeptember 25 wJien he led his men with 'marked gallantry right up to the 'Genmm wire under heavy rifle and .machine sun fire." The Prince is now In a London' hospital recovering from tno wound1! received ir, the La. encounter lie is riot yet Iwenty-fH e yeart old "I tolce my men.Into action armed with Kukris us well as he told an interviewer at the hospital 'hut we don't-often get a chance to OT.P the knhos When get npai Uie [cnemv the> surrender They have heard 'of our kukris. "In peace and war we Keep up our skill in the use uf tlie kukri At our principal festival man to use his knife e have goats buffaloes for victims If a man takes uso strokes, to despatch his> annul. Instead i5t doiny ft ttltlt qrfe; clem, stroke, he ncctncal apparatus lias bccu, in-' in to notify j officer w hen a itcsrsman is pefmlt-, ling a lo dctiJtc iroi'n i ;