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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH^nibaj OTTAWA, Dec. 13.-Mettiod of pre-;fei.fenUng Ciuiada'a vhMge. anmial i ilfra '^sjftiste was under iitacussion at an t-i.v.'iiriportant convention called by the M^fUjJtolntendent ,of insurance whlcli jf'^^Pened in Ottaii'a today.. Sir Thomas Jjiimilte, acting prfflhier, tendeAda wel-A;lVo>ne on behalf ot the government. tvJfiir'Thomfas, addressing tiie delegates, ^ "''emphasized tBe need ipr study ot 1,1 njtn�ans' to. - prevent the Dominion's ^ jRnifnal firfi waste. ''^ Canada appeared to haTff^the nn-'favorable position of having the �^ffcreatest firrTrjss per capita of any ..�Sfcountry in the world, In Switzerland  .;tad The Netiierland.q the annual fire losfi was �bout>$l per capita; In Canada the per ^pitn loss was about The figuras boiuK as groat as thoy are, everything pos.sib!o.'-^hould_ bo done by tbo,so intorosted' otift tt.v" the' government to.minimize as greatly as naay l>e possible the disastrous effects i'of fire.loss in Cantida. ' During a period o� five years, ended "1917, the annual fire loss ot Canada >^-as H5,Oj48, but the. of-, LEPER ticials gen'or&liy Bell thorn to the beg-' t'o' |,iT;)r9 linndr^a .CTtiareii, i.jnost ,bf-qiem" abdiidbnod' by tUdlr' parents, are now cared lor at Uio orphanage; When the 180,000,000 program ot the Mrs. jvrillia& N� Brewster, head ot. . . , ilhe Methodist S�l�copal OrphUnaga. Methodist Episcopal- Church ie put ... . ^ ----. 'Into operation"neiitt yek, celebrating the ^centenary iniiiVersary ot dts mis; feions, the orphanage will receive fundS: which will help it enlarge its work. Douglas Henderson in Liberia-Walter Sinclair and Jim ' Mitchell Write From France Makes War Flour Easily Digested fAR flours are darker \ and heavier because 'they contain the coarser parts of grains, whidi are very-nutritious, having a larger percentage of iron, calcium, phosphates and other valu-.afele food elements and compounds. But to get the good out of -these Virar flours a strong, doable-acting leavening agent, such as Egg-O Baking Powder, must be used. -.^-^ EfiG-0 Bddnjf Powder rises in the oven as well as in the mudng^bowl. Bakes light. Aids digestion. You can use sour milk, sweet lailk, buttermilk or water with Egg-O-a different and better baking powder. ,Egg-0 Baking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada 16 � # ? ? ? � r  *; FOOD BOARD FLASHES tug Co. here: '. ; 4 Somewhere in Jtiiasia."^ Octobef, 14th, 191S. My Dear Sister: ' J We \havo arrived at the front at last, or at least what tliey call the front aS'it is nearly all pp6n warfare over h^rp.-We had a scra^ the other nig^t hut came out alright. After getting off the boat we had'quite a long ride up the river on a targe.'Tob.'jcco is very hard to get out; here. I saw some of the fellows get .as much as four shillings ,for a package ot cigarettes. It is kind of hard to write letters out here as tne most interesting things that happen, we are not allowed to write about. If you send me parcels just send candy and a little cake as we cannot get either here. We have had no mail as yet, but are looking forward to receiving' some any day now. _ The weather has been very good up till now but it is getting colder and we will soon- need our fur coats. ' Ths. money over hero is queer looking stuff and is only worth aboUt one-fifth of its original value. Some of it comes in.sheets like.stamps and I'am enclosing you a 'Sample of the rest It is a Fifty Kopek piece of money. In peace times it was worth one shilling but now it is only worth , two and a halt pence. ! Hoping this finds you all in the best ot health as it leaves me, 1\ remain. Your loving brother, ^ DOUGLAS. The following letter lias be^n received by Arch. Jtitchell, of Coaldale, from Jim Mitchell, who is at the front: ^ I Had a verj- nice experience the other morning, absolutely new. You see iwe had to fire a barrage from a certain village v.!go through the streets crying their � wares, ,vlth tlie children in bbsketii hanging from their^ shoulders,*' declared Mrs. Brewster. ^Their, best customers are the dwellers in the leper colony just outside ^the city, who want the little ones to beg Jtor them. It is only a short time before the babies coutraci the disease. 1 Vecently rescued a beautiful child' from the lepers. They had paid 60 cents for it. "Two dolars is-.the usual price for a child, though travellin,g theatrltal - she can then work out a standard compaiiles sometltnes pay more for , within her allowance and give her boys who seem unusually bright..The family meals a well balance variety, Government, is .supposed to care for , stich as health deman^. �It pays these days to keep houud-hold accounts. In fact it has always paid. Order your supplies in eaclvJlne on one bill it possible and a weeK in ntU-auce. This simplifies household bookkeeping and fives the housekeep er hotter controKo.t her expenditure. There are eim^iigh Wornes in the world without havinjg to drink poor tea-may as well] haive the he^t.^ Try BLUE^ RIBBON Hon, Geo.,p..Smith on his ret'um to Edmonton intimated teat the Dominion Government was going to assist in carrying: qn, technical, educatlpii, througfidut tlia Dominion.' * OH, SO COSY I MOTHER HUBBARD SHOE The Very Thing (ot a Christmas Gitl It.'' The Versatile Phoiipgraph I^rery Feature that Means Perf^iet Eiijoyment OME good pKotiographs specialise upon one advantage, sqme upon anotKer. It is possible for tke maker, vJh.o in all sincerity desires to rekcK ;the KigKest pinnacles of accomplisKment, to include inanj^ extra features tKat Kave proven their -wpr^limess beyond doubt.. TKSsit Has been done ^ the fd^Kest decree in the Phonograph That is the reason the McLagan has bdkn called the most complete phonograph ever made. First and foremost, nothing has been spared to produce that �woriderfuUjJ rich, mellow, velvety tone which can come onl^i. from  sound chamber of Wood delicately\^ ^d correctly shaped, and insulated jroro siirrounding parts. Reproducer, tone-arm and i sound chamber ere harmonized perfectly. The result is tone unsufjsassed. Tone Contref-The control of the director over his orchestra-"from forte to pianistinio"-seenis but a motion of hi� baton. You can (imilarl^ , conduct a great orchestra at will by means of tK| McLaftan's sensitiva tona control; � Plays all Recoirda-^Th� commonplace phonograph too often limits jlou to one kind of record. The McLagaru opens up the entire field of �musical reproduction in.disc records without any extra attachment. But a slight alteration in the reproducer is needed to adjust for a different type of record. On the McLagan you can plaji^ any disc record made. Otiier Features of Completeness-the automatic stop-no iMorrp or jumping up to preOent. costly records getting scratched-at the right moment it stops -itself; the one-hand automatic top support means that �only one hand is required to change' the records; the- recordjiling systeni means quick fndin^. / McLagan Cakineta are the aristocrats of artisdc Period Designs, including "tlie William ' and Maty, Queen Anne, Chippendale, Adam, Louis XVI, etc. Ead'i is an original interpretation, a work of art such as is chosen to be in keeping with, and to enhance, the most jinely furnished room in the land. Each is an unsurpassable example of true and sincere craftsmanship, showing its superiority in flawless, cabinef work, fine lines, and perfect surfaces. In e-Jerj) sense it is the most beautiful of phonographs. Accept this as a cordial invitation from your KjfcLagan dealer to hear and inspect the Aristocrat of'Phonographs. THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHG^pGRAPH DIVISIOM I STRATFORD (Tlie George McLagan Furniture Company. Limited) CANADA AGENTS FOR LE^HBRIDGE WILUS mNO CO. C. SALMC^N. ivinager hlULL BLOCK 08 ;