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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 9, 1915 THE HKRAJVD GEO. KERR CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS PROVISION MERCHANTS TOMATOES, Hirga size A 9g each.. siiarwooil'8 Bengal. Regular DISINFECTANT 4 Bach I3C smlill CIIBKSB Rfln WASHING- PEAS, BISANS jind COFFEE 1 McOONOOHIB'S SWBBT CHEESE OUO ED FLAKES 3 for C9C 40c, on- sale 1 MACARONI in Klass Cbb OX TONC1UB CfJ PORK AND Ib OUC CHBA'JMSTTES, 3 Una for... HAH OCn 1 TJim.tTia OOC DAIRY BUTTER 9 A ft Extra fine- package 1 MIXED CANDY gEp FRESH EGGS R, C.-or GEM Oft each ___ MIXED OHOC- SYMINGTON'S PEA Ivory 11 ibars ,on sale VAN CAMPS jgg TEA GAJUIBN RASP- 'POWDER 4 uad! JUICE SPANISH 9 1 AMI Each J 1 JUICE QKr-13c, 17c, 25c, 50c and O3U THE BATTLE NEARJPR1S Rev. A. M. GORDON, in "The Presbyterian" 1453 313 5th St. S- Prompt Delivery to all parts of the City Tlio Mlowiiig iiiloreiliiig IcUer from' I'.c-v. A. S. cioriUiii, Iiirmcrly of in the current issiin (it The 1'resliytrriaii During Uic clays ami nights ol tlit lliittlu near Yiires. o lowed event so miicklv that one had hardly lime to slill less to write about them.'Now, aMur a week or more, of-rest, for our division our is more.'than ovcr-fllta! wiHi thanktul- ness thai our Canadian troops l.e- liavcd so well. Jit1" wlio have! described the almost ililc stem) on the evening oi '1 hurs- day, April that lime Iirst Canadian Field Ambulance, to which I am now. attached, iiuietly iloini: what little work it to 'I" i" a village miles behind the Hue ot trenches held by the Allies. I can never forget the. terror of my landlady when she rush- ed into my'room at Hi o'clock that, evening, crying "I.PS "The Germans are coming I H sounded incredible, but just to set her mind at rest, I got up and went, out to sec what had happened. one know. There were wild rumors that the Germans hail taken Ypres, and were pressing westwards. There were hurried movements among the motor lorries parked iu the village, as a string of them were sent forward to carry fresh ammunition to our troops, liul where the enemy was, where our iniaiitry was, where onr guns were, could not be learned. Presently an order came that some of our doctors and stretcher-bearers should march to a spot we had occu- pied a day or Uvo before, some eight miles'nearer the scene of action. I Surprise that Husband of Yours on Sunday Get one of our nice Spring. Ducks or a Roast of Tender Spring-Lamb. and servo it. with sonic of those delightful Green Peas and New Potatoes he hoasts he has grown for you. Then watch his proud aivd smiling, face and- ;yoii will realize what "HOME SWEET HOME" -really means We Have Also Some Extra 'GOOD; WETHER MUTTON PHONE 452 Aiid.onr Driver will call for your order and deliver the Goods in time for the next meal. DELANY'S LTD. Canada's Overseas Forces Will Total Men Soon Ottawa, Ont., July total strength of Canada's expeditionary force is to be raised to one hundred and fifty thousand men. The first in- timation that this step would he tak- en lias iii-en followed by the necessary formal action, and arrangement can he made immediately for raising the additional troops. An, order-iu-council has been passed authorizing the increase. This will provide reinforcements necessary for the two divisions overseas and for the maintenance of a force of men in training in Canada. This force will be recruited up to strength from time to time as drafts are made upon it for the filliiiK up of 40 j ears' experience M m teacher and practitioner along hygion- ,o Western "I navo found a food to com- pare mth Grape-Nuts, for the benefit of the general health of all clauses ot ''1 recommended for a number of years to TKltlmls with the greatest success and years experience makes me more __; isitlc regarding Its use "I make it a rule to recoin- mend Grape-Nuts unen giving mj X, tlents instructions as to diet, for I t know Grape-Nuts can be W anyone. "As for mjaelf, entajsi! much mental work my disl twice t v da> consists of Grape-Nuts and rien cream I find ,it Just the thliii tj build up and keep the brain m working order .v "In KldlUon, Grape-NuU keeps the digestive organs In feet healthy tone." Kame given of Canadian Postum Co, Windsor, Ont. f Strong endorsements like the above from physicians all over the countrr have stamped the moil food in the world. i ;