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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WAIT FOR THE HUDSON'S BAY AND BETTER THAN FULL PARTICULARS SALE-BIGGER m ON EARTH, compared by the soft cadence of the old carols, featured the last Sunday of tht year, 1914, in the Lethbridge churches flith the Empire in the ol war, the Christmas message seemed almost by the -roar and shriek of cannons, but it reached its destination yesterday. All church- es were well attended. At the First Baptist cnurcb. Rev Ross delivered two powerful ser- ____, in the mommi ca "The ing of the old, and oesterdav, large crowds attending at all the services. Lenoir t t Victor in Patronize DEALEH3 IN EVERY TOWN AND OTY KAi.MWCK6 -COME TO THE' AID OF THE CZAR Half Mttllan Msmbtrs of Nomad Race Join Ruatlan Splendid 'Hortarnin _ Petrograd, Dec. million Kalmucks, members of a nomadic race which has always bsen free from ob- ligation to lurnlsh any soldiers for the Russian army, have just add- ed to the Russian forces. A deputation from the Kalmucks re- cently arrived in Petrograd with a re- quest that -they be allowed to serve in the ranks during the. present cand- ottering to supply mount- L ttrwps- if necessary. "Our .tribes practically en Aaclaredt the leader of the grants them a and privileges hy the Cos- arv born hors e- tbeir are among world, _ 1Mb breeds. The nnm- KaMuck suWecU in Russia is given; about five million. In acknowledgment cf the Russian Emperor's granting of their petition, the delegation announced that it was empowered to delirer to the Imperial treasury a gift of .in money and 1500 horses. The "Kalmucks are the rabe plef or Kalihyk reservation in Astrakha.n, bordering on the, Sea., The; area is about square people mostly .live in felt tents. Their religion is "and there are over 60 ASteries. Part of 'the Kalmucks' are" settled; chietty in the hilly parti, but the remainder are nomads. T-hey hreed cattle and suffir irrom murrain; breeding of livestock, fishing and some domestic trades, chiefly carried, on by. the woman, are the principal sources of maintenance. LABOR WIM8ER RETIftESj Thomait lurt Forty Ytars' London. age and infirm-' ity are the i causes assigned by Thom- as Burt for his retirement Parlia- ment after forty years of unbroken re- presentation of the riding, of ;Mbrpetli. As a Labor member and .reipresentR- tive of the Miners' Union. .Mr. Burt is one of the .best known and most fe- the umberland: As :boy- he -tolled -under- grouiid, and lUeralfy worked '-his way up hit ha-tiBrtd position among his His from the of a THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSTIPATION is Woriirfit RttrtT Fnit Avow, 14th, 1913. "I hare used "Frait-a-tives" for indigestion and Constipation with most excellent results, and they conti- ane to be my ocly medicine. When I flbt started about six years tgo to th'caj, I took four at a dose but gra- dually reduced the 3ose to one tablet at iHglft. Before takinjt I took and other pills but tee treatment was too harsh I thought I mijjht as -well the illness isTfrom tnese treatments. Finally, I saw-" advertised with a letter in which some one recommended them very highly, so I tried them, aud I have no hesitation in recommending them." ANNIE E. CORBETT. 500. a DOT, 6 for trial size, At all dealers or sent on receipt by Limited; r Guests B. Reuter oter the Chmtnias were her ne- phew, Mr.: Miss Math- .ij: Sharman the Misses Sharman will at home on Tutssday Miss "Q-cHrude Jackson and C. of Micleocf taken up- their jfiv Mr, -Miller -hmviac six in- surance- ton residence in Mr. sat 'At ook steward of the Methodist chnrcli, dead at Toronto. CANADA'S RALLY TO THE EMPIRE' The GSifwiitest Eveiit In of tte Whole WhftE the Armada of ihjrrijr-pne bif ships, carrying thirty-two .thousand of Canada's and by great British battle- ships, weighed andbor and sailed down St. Lawrence, carrying our men to aid in flghtlng the Empire's (battles, few .people realized all it meant to Canada. It has been the talk of tliewholfr world. Statesmen and newispapeiiB the world over eonaniented on it ind crfed "Bravo, Cah; The Illustrated London News said the arrival was "an event unparalleled since William the 'Conqueror." ?Ifc was truly a magnificent .spectacle to see this great fleet settinjf'.sall, a Sight never 'before seen Canadian shores. News of ths- was censored and kept so secret that few indeed were on the scene to see the big ships weigh anchor on the Gaape coast. This spectacle would have been lost to the of Qtaaft ha4 not The Family; Hetald and Star 6f Montreal had their stalf o< to reproduce it. Their of the aft of photographic work in the history of the art. IMVM4 a showing and miles of the mtt mt tnvy swung into line on the way to tfett ftettttv HsraW Weekly Star cer- tftMllr fiilMi ft tnwpM. It Witt freatMt Canadian Souvenir of War. It to W 44 length. It Is M fMtft MM itar and all who become tor till. will W Mat fm to anyone that The is to Owada will want it it will toe are fathered story- It will hare ft U JMJMtftftt, and fail of partiotic iniplrt- a rmaiJy Herald, and ;