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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, l^BBBUARY 26, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ?AGE SEVEN BEFORE YOU BUILD, RE-MODEL or even RE-PAPER YOUR HOUSE MINING & ACiRICUL-TURAL SUPPLIES BARB Wlt^E HOC FENCING HAY BALE TIES WELL CA3ING . THRESHER BELTS BAR IRON IRON PIPE VALVES AND PIPE FITTINGS BOLTS, RIVETS, ETC. BELTING AND HOSE BOILER TUBES [)/WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS WASTE AND MANILLA ROPE WIRE ROPE GARLOCK PACKINGS FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY TOOLS 3A80LINE ENGINES STEAM PUMPS BOILERS PENBERTHY INJECTORS AND REPAIR PARTS Let us Show You the Beautiful Effects and Explain the advantages of using For Walls and Ceilings :: Never Cracks Makes the House Warm in Winter and Cool in Summer :: Easily and Quickly Put Up :: Send for Samples and Prices DEAVER DOARD WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES BOARD Pure Wood Fibre :: Will improve any Building :: There are 41 Great Advantages of using Beaver Board on Old or New Walls :: :: Very Strong FOR SALE BY ALL LUMBER YARDS Or Direct From ALSO MINING AND AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LETHBRIDGE......ALBERTA LTD. Office and Warehouse 1245 2nd Avenue S. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES UIME BRICK AND TILE CEMENT NAILS PLASTER PLATE GLASS FIRE PLACES AND GRATES MORTAR STAIN SHINGLE STAIN ROOFING PITCH BUILDING PAPERS PREPARED ROOFINGS CONCRETE MACHINERY STRUCTURAL STEEL CORRUGATED IRON MeVaLLIC SHINGLES AND SIDING SEWER PIPE BEAVER BOARD HEAVY HARDWARE. '(1) Government construction camp. "(3) jSnmmit and lake. (3) Construction gang. (4) Siuolair Hot Sprinss. (5) Building the Windermere Road. THK Bftntt.Wlndermere roni). which will lie l lie connecilng link tor a circular motor tour from Calgary, pusslnj; through the delights of the Canadian Rockies bv wuy of BanJt, and return In r within sight of the rows N ^trathcana I-ioree. Hngh |\Ic.Kay,. 20th' Hattery; James WBtaon, 20th Battery; Fred Macbeth, Slat Battn,; Kdwani Pattoson, 8tU Hoyy.ltzer Buttery; Jack Hlncks, Cird i^ftttn,.; Qryan Smith, 82nd Battn.; llarald J-ionderson, 82ud Battn,; Clarence Sherlock, 3i)th .Battery; Hnrokl Ht\ralUon, 39th Btittery; Do.ubUib Cob-bleaiqlf, Kilties; George Haley, 25th Hattery; Hiigh .Mcllvena; Arthur Jlinnphrlos, Kilties; Donald .Mc'KIUop, ilOth BHttorv; Ivnn Miithera, 20th Battery! Willidm iJurneti,, aoth-Hattery; tiruoB-Dnvlei,!, Battn.; Arthur Morgan, 7th Brigade; , Hlohnrd Bellons, (!?.rd Bftttu.; .Tosoph Qilleapio, S2nd Pmtn.:,I. Tl. CnscadeUin'iiltU Battery; Vjuiiuut James Duviea,,i3ytU Battery; Vernon Redmond, 39th Battery; William Raley; Donald McDennttt; Robert .McCidloch; Gladstone Hardle, �17th Battn.; James Maxwell; Ernest H. Fleetwood, Sflth Battery; Fi-ank Humphries, Kilties. Of the above, Fred MacBeth was killed in action, and Vineent Uayies .tiled while in training here. nobleford news Noblot'ord, Feb. 24.-Mr. W. C. Marsh will preach at Monarch on I Sunday'aft'e'r'no'on.'fe'er'vlces at Noblo-iford \vill be hold morning and even-ilng.' On Th.ur,sdo,y atternao;i, at R o'clock there will be a meeting at the manse to consider the re-organizatlon ot the Ladles' Aid, A very hearty invitation is extended to all to be present, MUb Collins, of ClaraBholra, spent Wednesday afternoon In town. Ml!!^ Daisy Hunt has relumed home from Lethhridge. The Red OroBB Society, will raeet at Mrs. Buctian'8 Saturday evening at 7.30 o'clock. I MlsB Iva McDov\'6ll hn� been taken down with the grl.upe. MlsB Mary Lynn htts returned to her home at Albion Hldge. Secretar}- Uinsliig hn* declined an Invitation to act as pernmnont dialr-man ot the demooratie, state convention becu.iiso he, says ho wishes to divorce diiihmi.itit multuvii treui poli-tlou. , .� . , , . FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM (Tune-"Marching Through Georgia") Come, join in with the KUtles, boys, and with us take your stand; March up to the recruiting place with a bayonet In your hand. And join in with the spirit to free our native land While we are fighting for freedom. CHORUS Hurrah, hurrah, we'll shout the Kilties praise: Hurrah, hurrah, they'll bring us bettor days; We'll inarch up to the trenches, the Germans they will gaze. While we are fighting for freedom. See the great big armies growing in our laud; We realize the suffering brought on by Kaiser's baud. And nov; we are determined for justice all to stand. While we are lighting for freedom. Here comes the brave young Kiltie boys-you fighting men catch on, And If you are in earnest it will not take us long. For when wo are united we'll make an army strong, While we are lighting for freedom. So let us be united and stand tor freedom's cause. And dictate to the Germans the framing of the laws. Then to the ranting AMStrlans, we'll warn them all to pause. While we are fighting for freedom. Then keep the Kilties signing boys, in every country town. And never let the spirit oC the Highlanders go down; Nor let yourselves be frightened by Germans' wily frown. While we are fighting"for freedom. . ' ' -Composed and sung by G. AV. Pearson, Picture Butte, Alta. In Building A Highway you would build ior eilicient .servii'.e now and tor gen-cralions lo come. Tiu- "Road to Weliville" is built tiiat wuy. And the pn.ssword to that road is "right living" in which food and drink play such a big pari. More and more people are waking up to the need of hani.shing from the dietai7 lieavy. indigestible foods, and food deficient in the vitalizing mineral .salts. Food scienlisLs now hold that the lack of tliese eltmients is one of the chief causes of a long list of ills, including anemiti, constipation, nei'vons prostratitm, kidney trouble, and so on. Long ago a food-now famous-was devised lo make up for this lack,.and it does it tidmirably. That food is. IVlade of whole wheal and barley, il contains all the mitritioii of llic gi-nin, including those vital elements- pliospliale of pota-sii, etc.-which are indispensable lor perfect balance of hody, brain and.nerves, and fof warding off disease. This food comes ready lo eat, is economical, and delicious. Digests quickly-genornlly in about one hour - and is full of health-jnaking gqodness. A ration of Grnpc-Nuls along with other food has started thoiisaiids on the "Road to Weliville." There's a Reason Cuiiac!i�\n Postuui Cereal Co., Ltd;, Windaqr, Oat. j fi' IMade in Canada \ Sold by Grocers Evi^rywhere ;