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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE'TEN THE LETHBUrDOE .F 9, tut chn C3flnot e coas n "19 DAVIS' CIGARS may be given with every assurance that they contain nothing but the very best tobaccos obtainable, blended with a skill born of experience acquired during 70 years in the manufacture of Good Cigars only. DAVIS' CIGARS are sold at retail in boxes of 25, .at the following prices La Plaza.-. Mawricios. to 7t Noblemen. promoter.....: 2.00 Boite Nature (Corona and Grand Master 1.50 Invincible shapes in boxes (in boxes of 2.75 ofSO) 5.50 Not "holiday but standard brands of supreme quality, wrapped in artistic seasonable packages, A most suitable gift to men of taste and discrimination. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, 'MONTREAL. OIS ILLIM! An Insight Into Character Wounded Germans Under Care of Nurses HUN GRATITUDE IS SUSPICIOUS KIND ition military'hospital 'No mat-' grateful feeling worr-off, forgot ter how short-handed' the staff may Uvas a prisoner, forgot Eng'iBhwomen Ese. tlieir wounds are dressed as often not Germans, and thought to dis- 33 they require. They can write; Piay his Prussian arrogance in an. home twice -a week, and In'all res-! English ward. The ejes of the guard pects cared for. They are are-ever watchful, hut one was-norri- treated with the greatest tenderness j at this revelation of a. hrutal KOTlL (Robert C. Brooks of Swarthmore, Pa., in the Philadelphia Public Ledger.) _____ gratefuluess-the gratefulness iFlhe'y! In'1912 Taft and Roosevelt polled of one who, expecting the lash is could with their own peo-! popular votes or only a few received with great kindness. It These, when questioned, repeat-! thousand less than the popuar vote or is a- gratitude ifnged with suspicion. blind faith the story of Hwubljcan party of only or 7 MO per cent, over 1912, ese, wen quesne, r- is a- gratitude tinged with suspicion. Wlnd the Btbry ot Republican par y i "This fetodness is the ambush for- fl, aggre5Sion trying meanwhile, i This year Mr. Hughes (Who knows the horrors that the 'Bn if Bng. 1 popular votes, an in Hui mmd can I ,and o( they with 550.459 or 7 2-10 per ce ui m This attitude tells one of .two stor- ies: Either they Jlr. Wilson's vote in 1912 was 6.- Revelations of Brutal Soul of Typical Prussian in Captivity London. Dec. a remote cor- ho England they were beginning ive or less than Jlr. Bryan re- Presently, one .gets to know them, in spite of the language .difficulty cent over 1912. A Hun Joke In other words, while .the Repub- One finds these Peasants the lican party has .taken a feeble step i n." Democratic pany nas courageous under the suffering nJxich' forafard, the oer of E.i.e1anrl. nestling in the fold ni ahead with seven-league boots. great knowledge ol for one! dressing- often entails UOV.TIS that in pre-war days On the "whole however one is torci iiuww bly reminded that these Huns are ofjMinnesota IOC 000 to 17B 000 m Venn 00 to olO 000 remne a ese uns are o race nearer the ape on the Ujlvaiua Hselt from 29, 000 to olO 000 and Oregon 4 as look neater. is one of -the -rare cases where virtue brings its own reward, 'for in addition to the very considerable money saving, what is there that, affords such solid comfort as .a r. well-worn pair of "shoes? N Saving Shoe-Leather Is a Public Service ais Well asta private Economy ;