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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 16, 1914 THE L ET H B R PARE FIVE DOUBIJE STRENGTH DOUBLE strength flavor, of delicious Peppermint. Lots of "PepI" The flavor won't chew 1-a-s-t-al It fe DOUBLE wrapped which costs a lot of money but gives you ctean, fresh, full- flavored gum whenever and wherever you get it. Made by the same manufacturers the well-known and papular SPICY MINT LEAF JUICE If you like the flavor of freah mint leaves, take If you want Peppy-Peppermint, try the new Either one gives IrO-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g value, for 5 cents. Get for quality, Cavor and hygienic package. Look For Che Spears! every meal C2 MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co, Ltd. 1 Scott Street, Toronto Scientists handed Roosevelt-anoth- er hot oue 'prion .they suoft'eii by re- cent 'statistics that there are other Her- ald. The Free Mason's :ot. Ontario have sent to the-Belgians to bB distributed by Ring Albert among his distressed subjects "as in his wisdom he may decruo." ASK FOR FI Byt Five Roses Cook HNG A MANUAL OF OOOO RECIPO fMB die Mn Hra anap is iiilJLIiJeHLS Plunket 8t Diltributori, Lethbridge Tommy Atkins calls tlie huge new Briton howitzer, designed to outclass Lhe German "Ulack Moth- er. Tho London Morning Post publishes an interesting letter irom an officer in the lloyal Garrison Artillery at The front, giving n most interesting account of manner in which the British have succeeded in countering the- formidable attars of the German 'Ulack Marias." This no doubt helps to explain a good (leal that has hap- pened lately in Delgium. The letter is dated so recently as November 20, and is as follows "I have just come from a five-mile ride, and as a foot of snow covers the ground and a north-east wind Is blowing 1 need not apologize for my handwriting. Things are going well with us still, and tlie optimistic out- look still nourishes amongst us. The Germans have raised four new Army Corps of sorts, but their attacks have in each case been repulsed with con- siderable, or rather enormous, losses. "Hound Vpras the fighting still con- tinues in its severity, and out 01 a division ot the Germans, eons-sting chieiiy of the Prussian Guard, a mere handful remains. We have this on un- impeachable authority. A German full-st.rcnirtlr division consists of something like men, and now not remain. "Tile infantry immediately in front of us have not fought any German regulars for the past twelve days. Tho prisoners .we are taking vary greatly in age, the limits being about eighteen to siiVy ami even sixty-five. Most ol them, seem absolutely fed-up with the fighting, and evidently news is beginning to through of Ger- man reverses iii the eastern theatre manners tion of one man, who lay groaning m as one German who was i agony. He was Just half-way -ueiwesn trenches, and although firing con- You do not wish Yott desire to avoid it. Dr, Price's Cream Baking Powder contains no alum or lime phosphate. Its use is therefore a safeguard against objectionable mineral salts which are left in the biscuit and cake when made with inferior powders. Chemists have shown that a large percentage of the chemicals of which alum baking powders are made remains in the food in the form of Glauber's Salt, hydrate of aluminum and other impurities. Read the label on the can. Reject a baking powder unless the label shows cream of tartar. _Buy and usa Made from Cream of Tartar No Alum who the utmost chagrin th to the been ed by the German licet, ami that to tl'e best bi our knowledge London was not in tire liands of his country- peared from the opposite trenches, with the intention, of saving the poor chap 1 referred to, but scarcely a doz- uuii "T. --.-_ i en paces had he .gone before a vol'iey men. It was almost pathetic to see, i fte onjer ,.Ceaa6 his change of front when he was tai-: Jmm offlcBr whom 1 illy convinced of the truth ot our ear-marked .tatcroents He jumpea forward from trench, Our a-tillerv is being no doubt> intention ot reinforced and we ire able nnw to rcvenge for their dead com- lepU to the German henj howitzers i rafle the Germans ,ired. He was hit ivitii a shell tint is esen weighaer t {o_ he hut with Hun their rruch mlej Black Mar-; a offort kept his feet and llr howit u 1 refer to is- on "He's gone a voice near me exclaimed, but he regretted been us, ami more than one of ,5n hour. Arriving at the .wounded German, CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE 'UOllier S 31HJI1 ouu tiynutui iiwiiyu. ncuin ".ii mi. rangci, most accurately, and, in- roar; M cheers :as- he -arrived, and dceJ she has hail four direct .hits the an officer, Herman guns in the past fortnight.' A j and. saluting, turned on his foeel1 to diiect hit is onlv recorded by .the return to- us, for he was as sare dur- thVSemft usiialh accompanied by unrewarded, and the Gei- In tha two weeks since this fund was opened, more than half of the necessary has been collected. Maclcod district is far in the lead with nearly Medicine Hat city raised ?250, and Lethbridge about the same amount. A few of the outside places have been heard from, but It is hoped that by the end of this week many more will have sent in their subscriptions. Almost every day the newspapers liave items mentioning the urgent need of those ambulances. Southern Alberta women MUST not (ail to send their's -before the New Year. Any- one not readied by the collectors kindly send their subscription to Mrs. Starnes, 750 Seventh avenue South, and it will be acknow- ledged through the press. Pollo'wing arc Cowley subscriptions collected by Mrs. Mclvor: Twentv-five cents crich Kean, Mrs. Powlett, Miss Powlett, Miss Jordan, Mies Walters, Mrs. Otto Ireland, -Miss V. Griffiths, Mrs. R. Swift, Mrs. W. Eddy, Mini Hilda Eddy J. B. Mclvor, Margaret Mclvor, Mrs 'A. Gultard, Miss Wallace, Mrs. N. H. Nelson, Mrs. T. W. Buries, Mrs. El McMillan, Mrs. H. Franz, Lena Franz, Mrs. Estabrooke, Mrs. Tblbart, Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Mrs. L. A. Rob- inson, Mrs. C. N. Cyr, Mrs. Arthur Belts, Mrs. E. C. Bowerrnsa, Mrs. V. S. Miller, Mrs. P. Fortier, Miss Koie Fortier, M. Johnston, B. Wood, L. Heaton, G. F. Beaton, G. Heaton, 'Mrs. Swinney, Miss Swlnney, Miss iMcDDu- gall, Mrs. Latta, Mrs. P. I. Biddell, Mrs. J. Musgrove, Mrs. I. L. Murphy. Mrs. John Prick, Mrs. j. A. Sheffield, Mrs. Smythe, Mrs. G. Scotton, Mrs. White, Miss White, -Mrs. Clement White, Miss Mitchell, Miss Bertha Cig- nor, Miss M. Gibson, Mrs. Mabil Bromley, MJss Helen Bromley; Mrs. James Bennett, Miss M. Littleton, Mrs. O. Young, Miss Hewitt, Mrs. A. J. Snyder, D. MacMillan, Mrs. H...C. Morrison, I. Max Doren, Miss Rachel Doren, Mrs. F. Buchanan White, Mrs. Gow, Mrs. P. McEwan. .Mar----A A TTftaton. next day, but am broken-hearted to say that his cross is a wooden one among more of the heroes -who have made Elngland what she is. BIG OUrfS IWD Fisher, First Sea Lord of the Brjte ish Admiialtv, (sucoaedms nSrylTt Se dead removing wounded was carried out under h' Louis of London fxp- crs give him the credit for big gun j strategy" which sent Admiral Sturdge with a special dron of fast cruisers atmnl ftim pins of large calibre, to il-jvolish the German flcit. do ng its good we k and ly kcemng hoctile batteries -quiet.' "After a host le batter; had been shelled a short time ago our airman reported next daV that only; four ol the six German guns had heen movea to a new position so that it ap- peared that the other two which had heen left behind were ol no lurther use British Officer's Iron Cross (From a Motor-car Driver at the Front) No notice need be taKen 0' ray ap- peal for an oierco.it etc as one of our officers has removed the decora- tions from his old one and kindly giv- en it to me I have also obtained oth- er officers clothing from a friand of ah officer I drove who has just died of wounds As I arove this officer direct from the battlefield to the base hospital, I heard the full account of how he was w'ounded. and this, Conpled with the report recommending him for the V.C., provides an interesting incident which will never be surpassed in the whole of history, and I cannot help a lump coming to mj throat as I think that this hero la now beneath the ground. 1 entitle m; story The Three Cross- es will read win It seems wonderfal tint tie verv man wlio in civil Site; at tho slightest skid or acci- dent to a car, seems on the verge of tainting, should out here prove to be '.The officer I am writing of is such a person, and frequently when, driving him at home, I have smiled at his ner- vousness and thought if that's how you art here how would you bEhnvc under file' Now that question is ans- wered. He was in charge of a half company of the before Ypres. aiid.-what with continuous -rain and remaining in wet clothing .day after day.- it's a marvel that the men were allvs at all The enerry had .seyeral violent attacks during tho early morn.- Ing, hut BB usuai unsuccessful. Night approached and the grim ceremojiy of ______________ avy fife "not a mnn dare even light a match for his clgatette but it brought i hail of bullets nud this was soon stdpped Oallint O'ficer Wf were istounded at daybreak to see they tiad returned and col- lected wounded, with tho-oxcen- totaMi kta that he vou d be worn- The chear flora both sides was slmil ar, and I'm certain had a German sol- dier tired at him as he came to us he would have been killed by his own men. -They gave us time to show- er our praise upon him before attack- ing again, and that evening I had the of taking him back to the hos- p'jtal Before leaving the general in- mended for the Victoria Cross the ADDS 101 SHIPS TO U.S. MARINE Gross Tonnage Increased Since Outbreak of War; FRANCE IS AGAINST TRUCE Nation Refuses to Accept Pope's Pro- posal for Paris, Dee. addition to Rus- sia and Turkey, France has refused to accept -Pope Benedict's proposal for a truce between th> belligerent pow- ers during the Christmas season. Washington, D.O, American merchant marine has increased by 101 vessels, with a total displacement of tona, since September S, according to an. announcement today -by the idepart- ment of commerce. The ships were admitted to American registry the act of Congress passed directly after tbe outbreak ot the European war. No Question Made of The ingrediedienti arc plainly stated on every tin of' INSTANT POSTUM and in the advertising. Choice whole wheat is separated into kernel and outer-cuat-comblned with a small amount of wholetome molasses, roasted wparately and .kllfully blended to give Postum a delicious, snappy flavour. Pottum it free from caffeine and tannin, that make both tta and narmful. Anyone with algm of nerveuaneas, Indigestion, heart tleeplenneia or othar ill. ao often caurcd by te, and coffee, can learn of by qu.ttlnt ,Mth tu aml'coff.. md u.ln, PeMum served piping het-r Delicious-Healthjful-Economical Poetum now comes In two forma: REGULAR POSTUM-muit be boiled to brinj out the rich flavour. 15o and 28e IN8TANT pOSTUM-aaluble fo'rm, made in the e'un with het water INSTANTLY. Joe and We Beth are dellcioul, coat par cup about the aama, by QMwara everywhere. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Manufactured by Canadian Pertum Cereal Co., Ltd., Wlndeor, Ont. ;