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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE T.HE, LET.ff.BKinGE DAILY HERA.L.D. f AGE FIVE The Loveliest Tea- Gardens V in the World, yield their finest products mike ucpir iiuiii TKA It is plucked and prepared under ideal conditions. Packed and sealed to preserve its natural freshness. SERBS INVADE THE CITY ON WAY TO JOIN ALLIES "We love this, glorious flag, and we will show oiir- Allies, the Canadians, that wo will give our lives to protect Moson Lekicli, comity of the Serhian army, who. to- pettter with nearly two hundred of Jiis fellow countrymen, passed through'the city aturday afternoon on his wav to Calgary, via'Medicine Hat. The Serb- Jans pass.ed through Lethbridge on Saturday; but wore turned back at OkotpfcB by the.wash-out. They spent three-quarters of an hour in the city Saturday .afternoon, and the streets invaded by thu tall, swarthy Serbs, many "dressed in their nation- al uniform, with the square-topped blue cap with its white cockade. Moson Lekich himself lias fought in two campaigns in the Balkan war, and (s as fine a type of soldier as, one find among the Allies. lie: is in charge of the company which: went through here, and in a con versa- j tfon with the Herald, gave out soir.e very interesting statements. He pro- fesses an undyhig love for the Union and the brave men who are fighting' under It. Ho states that there, arc at least nine hundred more Serbians and Montenegrins coining through -from the United States to Calgary by way .of Lethbridge. Most of these are from the mining camps of Montana.: He made the further! statement :that altogether it was pro- bable tbat close to 20.000 would come to Canada from the States. They will concentrate at '.Montreal, and will be sent across to British ships- to Europe to ..fight with the Ames. Lekich claims that one hundred Canadian of- ffcers will officer the army, and that the Serbs will fight as Canadians on the western frontier: ,He does not an- ticipate going to.Serbia to fight. He declares that the Canadian govern- ment will eq.uip, train and officer j them. He and his company will wait 'at Calgary for the rest of their coun- trymen from .Montana and other west- ern states. Chartered Special "How did you manage to get out of (ho u'flfc''aslted. He mere- ly shrugged his shoulders and ans- "We chartered a special train from the Great northern, and at the Canadian border we were given a Ca nudiau flag, and 1 was given this tri color arm-band as the leader of tin party. At Calgary ,we "shall have t than i mile from conclusion is reached and the fighting sflength oC thc nation, and thc nigs of its people will he hy thie aboli- tion of absinthe. Great Britain thc sen ousncss of thc evil, and is attempting to minimize its effect. Our sister pro- vinces of Manitoba; and Saskatchewan are groping with the problem, and promise to solve "it. To '.Mhcrta, .'oung hopeful patiiotic the prob em presents organized armors1 solution seems to "Vote t but. r hope that this will put arflufetus the that- the'A lie province -are; not behind this, act: Thanking you for your space, J 'ours.truly, E R J FORRESTER there ire hii; coil mines and fuel is good and also cheap. Lnih- hridgc is one of the finest little cities I h.tvc seen iinulere Jl siirprispb from the cist uhc tlimKs the north Is itill undo doped Alberta. People The people in Alberta arc so imicli like the people here, that I hardly think of licing across ..the line, Lcth- hridge is only -18 miles north'of Mon- tana, and if. is said that 7i> per cent, of tjie people in lelhbiidgc ind (0 per cent, in the district are from the United States. They all seem glad to people come in to help de- 'elop the country anil are_very friend- It Is a heal tin rnunfn and almost one looks aid system vi There's Health and Strength In Every Package Sliiuh bodies ,md alcit minds can be Inull onlj on food that conlains all of the ncccssaij bodj-building cknicnti, in casilj digcslble lorin, i Grape-Nuts FOOD contains all liii. iniliition oi Nature's iicbost grains, when! and barley, including Iliose minci.ll found in Hie oilier coal Tlicsc sails., ait absolulch ntttssaij to health hut arc discarded in making white flour and most pupaicd foods Giapt Nuts R.iUiLs to scnc convenient, nomislimg and delicious. 1 "There's a Reason" MADE IN CANADA by Grocen cTcrj-whera, Canadian Posdim Cereal Co., Ltd, Windsor Ont, i ;