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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SO', 1914 THE liETHBRIDGE DAILY HKHAJbP E FIVE Another Lot of Meats For New Years The Best Southern Alberta Can Produce Turkeys are Ready for the Oven We have select Beef, Pork, Mut- ton, Poultry, Moose Meat, Etc. You are always sure of the Quality at DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 TOWNSPEOPLE WILL RAISE PER MONTH TO PROVIDE ACCOMMODATION Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You are invited-to try Blue Hibbon pure food products entirely .at our risk. We guarantee .them to be abso- lutely, pure and to give every satisfac- tion. If you are disappointed in any -.ray. bring them back to the store and have refunded. TORONTO MAN .TALKED SEDI- TIOUSLY AND GOES TO CAMP WITH OTHER GERMANS Plainer Creek, Alta., Dec. tef several weeks of speculation as to whether PlnellBr Creek was to ba made- a divisional point and a sciuad- ron of Mounted Infantry quartered here or not, at.a meeting.called on Saturday evening, Held in the.Arling- ton sample room, LieuW.til, Kemmte, Ib, a very able addfcBB, advised those present that a squadron of 210 njen would bo quartered here, providing proper" accdmlBdrtatlbn 'was provided for them. It is neeiliesu to my that everyone iiitereEto'! in the district was''delighted, and Immediately nillcn" discussion as ta tlio best way tu riian- age took iilace. Maily good sugges- tions were mode, but it was deemed advisable to appoint a citizen's com- liilttee tp. devise ways and means on behalf of the toiyn. to provide the lie' ceflsary accommddnllon. This proved father a Herculean task, however ,when the committee got right up ngjilnBt the many obsta- cles' whi6h arose, such as sleeping siiace, ventilation, etc. It 'was finally decided to subscribe (150.0D per month toward the expenses, and leave it" to the military iiien themselves to. out their quarters. This sum of will have to be raised as long as j the camp Is 'here, and as Lieut-Col, irieniuiin pointed out that the bringing I ot the camp to this place means also Tthe bringing of from to J1400 per month to the district, therefore the raising of >150 per month will be a little mattef, proiidiag eVerjone, especially those in any v-ay 'Jene fitted, comes to the fore promptly. This will mean the buying of pro bahly-SOO horses, quantities of oats, in fact the opening up of a home market which will he.much ap- preciated.' Lieut-Col. Kemmis will he ,first n" command, and It is expected that recruiting will commence about the middle of January. DOUBLE STRENGTH every meal A flmplt.'sife tnd efte-ll iracssors The air carrying the antisepile apor, Inhaled with every breath, makes breathing eisl, soothes theaDrctbroat, and stops (he cough, assurlnerealfulnlghts. Cl-esbleneis invaluable. tfl mpthcrs vfth yoiing ehllarep and a slitTerers from Asthma. Send us postal Jar dctcriphile fiooHes RUSSIA'S GIFT TO BRITISH TROOPS Keene, Out, Dec I'ayne, a British reseiviat. who left Pi-fcrboro in August to loin Ilia old colors, the Wiltshire Regiment, has written to his wife from the trenches at Ypres, stating that the British fore es at file front have been supplied with fur conts and caps, the gift of the Russian government. W J White, Canadian Inspector of American immigration agencies in an mtsrvlew about pris- oners of war in the Chicago Tribune "No auaiter is shmvn to any person who has shown guilt These prison- ers, however, treated eltj of Toronto' is IilaBo ninmifacturing-ijConceiTL oWneu. by a German, who has lived there-for do years. He his been a large tan p.iyer, but after the outbreak of the nar nis Mood becime heated to fie boiling point, and! blm- aelf ot talk, boosting the German side of'thrcoritroversy He was at once taken in charge by the military authorities, and sent to the Toronto Intenment camp, whore he re- miins today He is forced to take his medicine aid subsist on the, fattens, of the oilier prisoners of "war. Witmn gunshot of the prison camp are 10, 000 Soldiers soon to sail for Europe 1 R6DOLIFF exMAYOR BACK FROM ENGLAND Medicine Hat, Alta., Dec. DaSeiz, ex-mayor of the town NIWSDn, To the Y. M. C. A. is given New and evening Throughout North America this is recognized and the have always heen the centers of social recreation At this "In "the eltj of Toronto Is j .large lime all day programs are Iiteno mnnilfacturlng-uioncerrL otaieOjJoL-its wests, even so far as to pro- s lived fneHTar viae huge festive boards are treated to the hcst, obtainable The Leth- briflge Y M C A. is net m a posi- tion to go that tar, but it has pro- vided well appertains to concerts, games and eiMiitions To person in town who wish es to spend a pleasant aiternoon and the Association extends a cordial invitation to come and en.ov themselves can not veiv well afioid to mist both evening and aiter- noari If you cannot- come to the af- ternoon program Be sure that you are present during the evening To those nho delight in basket hall games and in gymnasium exhiMticms, ttrop in at the "1" about 2 30 o'clock ih'ithe atternoon. The stration will take place at that time, and jmmftliatoly following will te the M..... fast games Pincher Greek, A1ta, Dec Christmas season has passed over rather quietly. Santa Ciaus was in evidence at several Christmas trees, and, we oeheve, proved faithful on the' 'night of to the little tots Special music was rendered in the different churches, and special pray ers for the men in the .trenches in the far oft land, and for guidance for an those in command in this tef rible conflict. A cantata, Quest ot the was most excellently rendered 111 the Methodist church on Sunda} evening. Among a number of Chrlltmas visi- tors noticed In town Is Dr. C B Tnr- cot. Dr. Turcot left here severa. months ago on an extended trip, and was In Paris, Prance, when war was declared 'The Doctor arrived on Sat- urday evening, and after a brief stay in town will IMate In Edmoatofl, where he will specialise in children's Uls, Here's a New Peppy-Peppermint! A new Wrigley chewing gam with double strength Peppermint flavor- Double wrapped and sealed to keep it good. It is delightful and the delight is 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-ti-n-g. It's like a Peppermint Lozenge that you can cksw and CHEW! It has lots of can't lose the flavor. Made in Canada by the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd., 7 Scott Street, Toronto, manufacturers the famousf mint flavored WMGLEYSi SPEARMINT t AKODHD TBt If you like the spicy flavor of frtsh' mint leaves take If you want Peppy Peppermint double strength get the new spare officers Sf the first Canadian contingent, returned to this city to. best of treatment in their training cainp, and at the saiite time lota of hard work to nut them in' condl- .tioa 'The general impression I Old CdtmtntseemB to be that the Germans are on the run, out the ptjchologieal moment to tlrfow a ambuiil troops to the front has not vet arrived, were th8 conclud- ing remarks to the reporter In his In- terview, s Queen Helena of Italv ga.rc birth to a daughter Saturday afternoon Mrs. T. H Mdteaife, mother of Jos tlce Metcalfb" of the Supreme t Court or Manitoba, in-dead la Prairie Your New Year's Turkey is Here I .Guaranteed to choice'as aaWbird yort ever carved. If want other Poultry, Veal, Lamb) Beef, Pork, Cooked Meats, or Sausage We have everything to> suit yottfc'fftney: We serve some of the most people in the city by MARKET R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 49? SEAL BRAND SATISFIES. In Hwo lln> only. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. euns on Yete's afternoon. Which Sill win the battle? It IB needless to say that when two girls' teams each other them will be more ot less of feminine determination d'tplayed. Under- the direction Dt Mr. Thomp- son, our girls hale developed remark- ablv. Their, combination plays ate their shoot- ing is Hi We earns grids. H is a tnflc early foretell the outcome ot this will au-eioelleat Viotroli 6oncett in tiiewMitoriuni. Maiofi and Ruoti have loaned the Association ibHr ma- ohiniB.aiiti a ntimbWi ot the, ereatest singers and muaiclins of ou? dar- the latest froin the Ffoiw 7.30 o'clock Mr Thomp- son hakgrovlaed a ffniot gymnasium W senWt class Thc'programMor this will tfttta: at a Utif Mt- Lovets of music cinnot to musical concsit It cih bs'wfely seldflrn has any occasion succeeded lA as iliuch aj will tbe Y. M C. A. nstt Fn- BHtllt have and it hoped that the jdHUniir ptesented. tM program is Excelsior Male Voice Choir Misi Viatel-Song W, J. Mr Mfi ,Fred Mr. Geo E -The V 51. C. A. cordially invites you present. require to die deep trenches to protct themselves. "It takes less Most to clothe them and leather The army blanket covers them more ampiyrand they'nbei less food than tall, thm men to keep up their body meat and maintain their marching en- ergy. Those who Wind the rigors ol cold climates are not always big men, and the sailor, like the windswept tree on the may he a short man Warmth and easy conditions of life rather tend to the development of tall men. "Tie cavalry and artilleryman quire to be big and powerful, but to those who fourrow in the trencjbea, how can it matter whether they Irt 4 (eet 9 or B feet 6? Wo ae not, for a and a parade, but to win a' war ot sieges and attrition." i -LAUDS "BANTAM tOLDiER British" Medical Journal He It Good for Trench Werk IftUi men nitty (rfvmttgfe their bigger brotllera is an argiiment advanced in The British Medical Jour- the t 5 per cent (So1 tinies No. 3) 5 CasH value of my estate to-day 6. Add'jhlouiit present life ihSUrAttce will provide m event 81 my (hath 7. estate now provided 8r Amount of jrke needed Well, how does it size tip? For your credits sake now, wouldn't jou hkc to jlour wife and family better pio- %ided tut Then write for of The Impen'l Home PfjJtwtion Policy. 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