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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE TWELVE. THE PA. HKRAU5 SATURDAY, U1918. flboutjl per caiilla; "In Can- j per jxfpHa loss "ls abcsii (3. I guraa bolus as grcal aa Iliey L rvlhlnff imssiLlo: fchoulrt bo wes la Iho P' The ligL-._ I are, everything 1'ossiLlc. (jhoulrt I doiio liy ihu'so Interested purl hv tho government to mtnimlio us greatly as 'rciy bo iwsslblc ihc dis.iMivu4 effect jot flre.lofs lu Canada. I During a period of five years, eadrd iaU. tbo annual loss o[ Canada V' OTTVWA, Dec. ol pre-1 was H5.uuO.eOO. on average. Ijsl fenllng Canada's ".huge annual fire tlie fZWW.Owi, iraste. wis under discussion at an Ihls year, so far aa could he fore- Important convention called ny tho rasleJ. It mlglit leich iJS.OOO.OOO. 'iuperlntendent of Insurance whllh Sfelbltcal information showed lhal In OlUira today. Sir Thomas [rbm 50 lo .75 iicr cent, of IhM loss acting premier, tendered s wel- wss wholly or partially urcvanlnhle icoine. 'on behalf of the government. I Sir. Thomas concluded by promiS- Blr'Thoiuii, addressing Uio delegates, IngJhBt Iho rpciimmemUUons or ilie emphasized tEe neeJ for slmly of convention would receive (ho most inians" to prevent the Dominion's careful consideration of Ihe govern- annual fire waste. -inenl. Cannda appeared lo un- Mr. Chapley, Canadian Manufac- favorahlo position of having Iho hirers' Association, appolnleu- fircTloES per capita of any chairman of the wmvealloi. -The t-ounlry In the world. In Switzerland l.'nlieil Farmers of Albrrta were ny rn'J xviimriaruls tho annual tiro resented. ci l V.M Sirs. THE LEPER T i i ajl In Chin" to' K; frewiter. or deformed bablea, hut lho-ot- fklals aenerrUly eoH tlifm to the beg- is.srs." huedrea cfllljicn, piost .of (hem'almniloueil by Iliijir' luiems, are now cured (or ill Uio priihaunge. Ihe program of itiu MakeSN War Flour Easily Digested WAR flours are darker and heavier because they contain the coarser parts of grains, which are very nutritious, having a. larger percentage of iron, calcium, phosphates and other valu- able food elements and com- pounds. But to get the good out of -these war a strong, double- acting leavening agent, such as Efg-O Baking Powder, must be used. EfiG-0 Baking Powder rises in the oven as well as in the mixing.bowl. Bakes light. Aids digestion. You can use sour milk, sweet milk, buttermilk or water with different and better baking powder. ,Egg-0 Bakiig Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada Is Now Open ye'Kave Ihe men and equipment to produce as.good Home Made Bread Cakes and Pastries as you ever bought. These three lines -will be Delivered Daily ARE PREPARED TO MAKE Wedding Cakes and Christmas Cakes and will tfeclalTie on thete lines for Christmas Staion. Thty will please you. The North Lcthbridge Bakery THIRTEENTH ST. N. 1307 Henderson Sinclair nnd Jim Mitchell Write Knuu Fiance TJie folljwlns is a fa.Uer reHtvfd by friends hero Irou; Douglas llesi- lU'rson. formerly Co. liert: In Hussla.'" O'Holjer iiOi, 191S. il y. IViar Si I or: .J.RVQ antveil iit the (rout ut lisi, or fii leasi what lliu'v call Iho fronl as- 11 Is'ncnrly nil warfare over lilW M'o fcnd ;i ttto o'.her night but ramo o'Jt alright. After g tins oil Iho' boa I had quite a lo rtde up the river on a barge.' Tobicep Is very lianj to gel out uere. I sa'-v rioine of the fellows much asj fgur shllllDEs for a package ol cigar- dies. H is kiud of hard lo write let- ters out bere ino moat liitprosllng Hiiugs ibat happepj wo arc not allow- ed to write about. If you semi me parcels just send candy and a 1 ft lie cake as wo cannot, get either hero. have hnJ no mail ITS yet. bul are looking forward lo recelvlug eome any day now. _ The weather has teen very good up till now hut it is geltinE col'lpr-and we will soon need our fur "coats. money over here Is queer look- ing stuff and is only worth about one-fliili ot iis original value. Rome of il comes in shecis like stamps I am enclosing you a "-sample of the It is n Filly Kopek piece mtiuey. In peace times it was worth one shilling LuL'now it is only worth two anrl c. half pence. Hoping this linda you all in the best of health as it leaves me, Your loring brother, DOUGLAS. The. following letter lias hern TO ceived by Arch. Mitchell, ot Coaldale front Jim Mitchell, who Is at Ihn front: Had a very nice experience tlie other morning, absolutely View. You see -we had to fire a barrage from a certain village vCiich we. found to he flooded. It ivas necessary there- fore to fire from upper room in houses nntl as we had. to screen all !lash with blantets, the cofdito fumes eot awfully dense, the gunners unconscious one after the oih- Had an awful job keeping" the s In action, stuck ii right through hough but afterwards, although I did .ol'go olf, I was all in. I've never been ,nint so. I don't ,knoV the sensation wouldn't track nor would ny "tongue was dippy. Oui i; V. was after me. twice lo go down he line but we were short- OE NT O.'.O.'s I stayed until night when'he packed me off. '.So'-here .l-'am-it "a rest station 6nd ust about 6. -K. egaln. Eipect 19 go o riglil away. I'm he .whole wprba'so that if any vndlrec newp will .-know tha'Os all tint1 everihotnereo. nie- I Jtu Kptfcopal OrpMuace Metliodlst h'jilscouiil- Cliurch fa put In illothwa, recentV rujnirUd lulb operallou 'ncvt year, celebrating Foreign Mission Hoard that Iho ccnienarr Anniversary of Its nils- ralssloiiarlea lud uurchiscil ninny boys Blons, tho orphanage will receive lunda and girls In Qrdev to save them Iroiu whlcli will lielp It {ulureu Its work. fallng Into the hand] of Iho lepers, i "Uaby peddleN go lurougii thu slveets crylnx tlielr wares, drUh the children fu hJDglug (heir declared Mra. Brew- filer. "Their hcBL customers aro the dwellers In (ha leper colony Just out- side ,lho city, who want Ihe lltlle ones lo lieEjf.or.lncm. II is only a short -8- FLASHES FOOO BOARD T 'H thejc dny hold In fact It hus lo keep j. Order your Bujiylles hi limo belora tho lialiiss coulracL Iho disease. I recently rescued n beault- 011 tin posslbfo and u WfJ'K III ful child" from tho lepers. They hnd Mivaiico. This Flmpllfles paid 60 cents for u. i huokkccplng r.nd the "Two dolars tlio usilal nrlce for or holler conlroi-.ot her expenditure u child, though travelling theatrlial she can then work out u companies sometimes more for within hor and give uc: boys n'hn unusuilly brleht. Tlio fsmlly meals a yartct; GoYcrnnieiit la supposed to crro for ,such as lieaUh dc-uiandj. There are enpttgh Worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the besL: Try BLUE, RIBBON H. SH1ELS P. CREOICO J. CREDICO LICENSE No. 5-2519 The we no papers and exist :on. _ reports -only. Eleinie apparently hadn't 'had '.ciioug'a yet-Wejl .heal B. Good, fbe merchanl, has re- ceived'the follnKing -TCry Ict'erestlng letter.frorn "Walter Sinclair, formerly in hls'einjiloy, .w'to'-has been at the a long'time.-xHe is now with the Canadian forces of'occupa- tion In Germany: Valenciennes, France, Nov. 13, 101S." Dear Mr. the'fighting Is over and I dm Etlll going strong, H" will -be Eomc months yet before be home, not before Jnly of next year and probably lafe'r. Tomorrow we start on a marchxin- lo Germany, a distance- of ITij miles from where we are now. Tlie place Germany that we arc going to is quite a large iiiace and; was coiiUii ually-bonibeil by airmen, for the ast two. years, so you can ima the reception tlia't we will gel- can assure you that there will he noJond cheering, etc., for H iJs a known fact thai the Germans hale the Canadians worse than the Kaiser, Personally I haven't [he slightest Idea what the inarch will be like. There is no doubt that It will be very interesting- provid- ing the Germans don't get too hostile and it they do start any of their key work they will get a very hot reception lor they know what the Canadians are marte of. The last four ts of Ibe war was mo.-rt jnleres't- ng, especially when we landed in a village which hr.d only bcqn 15- Ihe llun a few hours. VThe civil- ians gave ns a most hearty reception, Lhe old women gave us cocoa ana cof- fee and the young girls gave us (low- ers were also very anxious to us the odd received many, and if we happened lo slop In a village nlghl we were- given t'nc very best beds to sleep in. There nothing too goo.l for N'ow I conclude as I liave a lot of work 10 do. gelling ready for the grand march inio Germany. Vbhins you a most Joyons Christ- mas- and a Bright and Happy New Year, Sincerely, P. is Ihe narac of the place in Germany that we are going lo. I Queen Aiio Solid JIahottnj or Black Wilnut MU-SolId Mahoftany cr Black Vi'alnut The Versatile Phonograph MT Fvery Feature that Means Perfect Enjoyment ,OME good phonographs specialize uponohe' advantage, sqme upon another. It is pos- sible for the maker, in all sincerity desires to reath. the 'highest pinnacles of accomplishment, to include' extra features that have proven their -worthiness beyond doubt. That en done the highest degree in the i i Phonograph That is the reasorTthe McLagan has Wfci called the most complete phonograph ever made. First and foremost, nothing has been spared to produce that rich, meLlow, velvety tone -which can come only, from t sound chamber of flood and correctly shaped, and insulated from, surrounding parts.. Reproducer, tone- arm and (sound chamber are harmonized perfectly. result is tone unsurpassed. Tone control of the director over Kis forte to but a motion of rifv'beton. You can lim conduct jrnt crchntn at will by means of ihf McLean's jemitive control: Plays all commonplace pnoncirtpK too often limits Jou to one linj of record. The McLogaru apenl up entile frtU of inuskal reproduction in disc recoros vilVtout my extra" attachment. But ilteration in the repioducer is needed to adjust for typt of record. On the McLean you can eny disc record, made. Other Features of tlie suiomiiic or lumping up to present. costly records getting tin rignt moment it stops 'itself; trie one-Kara eulomatic top support means tKat only one Hand required to change' the records; tne record filing means quick finding. Cafyinets arc aristocrats of ortishc including the William end Quwn Ohlppendate, Adam, Louis XVI, etc EkcK is en original interpretation, a -work uf tit sucK as is cKoren tote in keeping ind lo tKe most fnely furnijKtd room in iKe land. EacK is an unsurpassable example of true end sincere crafts- manship, showing its superiority in cabinet viork, fine tnd perfect surfaces. In sense it is the most beauliful of pKoncgiipni. Accept tKis as a cordial invitation from your KicLagan dealer to hear and inspect the Aristocrat opPtionogrophs. THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHOOGRAPH DIVISION e McLagan Fu rniture Compan Limilcd) p. Smith on hn return tu j (fiat the Domln-; lion. Ge: Edmonton Intimated inn Government waa going to assist carrying on technical education throughout Hie Dominion. I IOTHEBHUBWROSHOE Vtn Tbmj iy t BAWDEN.-..-BROS. AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. C. SALMON, M snager HULL BLOCK ;