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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DA HOLDS of Renting Canadas huge annual tiro jnste was under discussion at an important convention called by the fuptrlntendent of insurance which opened in OttaWrn Sir Thomas acting tendered a wel come on behalf of the Dlr addressing the emphasized trie need study of rrmjmsr to prevent the Dominions annual fins Canada appeared to liavf tho un favorable position of having the greatest fire Toss per capita of any country in the In Switzerland jund The tho nnnuiil fire was per capita In Can nda the per en pita loss was about The figures being sis great as they everything by tliosn tnterosted ntiit to the government to minimize us greatly as may be possible tlie disastrous effects of fire loss in During a period of five ended tho annual ftre loss of Canada on Last the loss WHS and this so far as could be fore it might reach Statistical information showed that from SO to 75 per of thill loss was wholly or partially Thomas concluded by promis ing vthnt the recommendations of the convention would receive the most careful consideration of the govern Canadian Manufac turers was appointed chairman of the The Inited Farmers of Albertu were rep IfERAf0 DECEMBER U LOCAL SOLOOS TO FROM IS SAVE LITTtt THt LINN MOM y thtm In Chfan re MakesWar Flour Easily Digested WAR flours are darker and heavier because they contain the coarser parts of which are very having a larger percentage of phosphates and other valu able food elements and com But to get the good out of war flours a double acting leavening such as EggO Baking must be EGGO Baking Powder rises in the oven as well as in the mixing Bakes Aids You can use sour sweet buttermilk or water with different and better baking EggO Baking Powder Canada 16 New Bakery Is Now Open We have the men and equipment to produce as good Home Made Bread Cakes and Pastries as you ever These three lines will be Delivered Daily WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE Wedding Cakes and Christmas Cakes and will tpeclalUe en lines for Christmas They will please The North Lethbridge Bakery 404 THIRTEENTH RHONE 1307 8HIELS CREDICO CREDICO LICENSE 52619 Douglas Henderson in Walter Sinclair and Jim Mitchell Write From France j The following is a ietter resolved by friends here from Douglas Men formerly of the Hed Cross here 4 Somewhere in October My Denr Sister t 4m ve arrived at the front or at leiist what they call the as it is nearly nil open warfare over Wii had a scrap tho other night but came out After get ting off tho boat we bad quite a long ride up the river on a Tobacco is very Imrd to pet out 1 saw j some of the fellows pet as much as four shillings for a package of cigar It is kind of hard to write let j ters out here us tne most interesting things we arc not allow I ed to write If you send j parcels just send candy and a ifttle cake as we cannot get either j have had no mail but j are looking forward to receiving some i any day j j The weather has been very good up j till now but it is getting colder and we will soon need our fur money over here is queer look ing stuff and is only worth about onefifth of its original Some of it comes in sheets like stamps and 1 am enclosing you a sample of the is a Fifty Kopek piece of In peace times it was one shilling but now it is only worth two and a half Hoping this finds you all in the best of health as it leaves i I I Your loving Nt ftre head of MftthMtet feliacopal In recently reported to Foraljrn Mission Hoard that missionaries hud purchnsed many boys ntitl girls In qrder to save them from fating Into hands of tho i Baby peddlers go through the streets crying their AHIt the children in hanging from their declared Brew Their best customers am tho dwellers in the leper colony just ont sldo who want the little ones to beg It Is only a short time before the babies contract the 1 recently rescued a heautl I ful child from the They had j paid 60 cents for Two dolars Is the usual price for a though travelling theatrUal companies sometimes pay more for boys who seem unusually The Government is supposed to crro for blind or deformed bnt theof ficials generally sell thorn to tho beg hnndrefl most hem abandoned by tltelr now cared for tit tlio When the program of tho Methodist Episcopal Church In put Into operation next celebrating j the centenary Innirersary of its mis the orphanage will receive funds which will help It enlarge Its POOD BOAHD FLASHES It pays these days to keep hoiiiu hold In fact it has always Order your supplies In ou one bill it possible and a WCHK in I This household bookkeeping nnd tlie houselioep er better control her She can then work out a standard within her allowance and give her family meals a well balance such as health t i There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the Try RIBBON The following letter lias Vprn re ceived by of j from Jim who is at the front Had a very nice experience the j other absolutely You see had to fire a barrage from a j certain village vftich we found to j be It was necessary there fore to fire from upper room in houses and as we had to screen all i flash with the cordite fumes got awfully the gunners going unconscious one after the oth Had an awful job keeping the guns in stuck it right through though but although I did not go I was all Ive never been drunk dont know the sensation butmy feet wouldnt track nor would my tongue was Our was after me twice to go down the line but as we were short of I stayed until night when he1 packed me So here am at a rest station find just about Expect tp go to the unit right Im telling you the works so that if any indirect news reaches you will know thats all that bothered It The war naws you see no papers and exist on reports Heinle apparently hasnt had enough Well hell get the has re ceived the following very interesting letter from Walter formerly in his who has been at the front for a long He is now I with the Canadian forces of occupa tion in Germany Dear the fighting is over and I am still going It will be some months yet before I will be not before June or July of next year and probably Tomorrow we start ou a march in to a distance of 17G miles from where we are The place in Germany that wo are going to is qnite a large placo and was contin ually bombed by for the last two so you can imagine the reception that we will I can assure you that there will be no Jond for it a known fact j that the Germans hate the Canadians worse than the Personally 1 havent the slightest idea what the inarch will be There is no doubt that it will be very interesting provid ing the Germans dont get too hostile and if they do start any of their nionj key work they will get a very hot reception for they know what the Canadians are made The last four weeks of the war was most interest especially when we landed in a which had only been evacuated by the Hun a few The civil ians gavo us a most hearty the old women gave us cocoa and cof fee 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