Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
rETHBiunpE DAILV TUESDAY, NOVEMBEU 28. tOUi PAGE SIX Bucharest, Nov. 27. During few days Bucharest has been left nmolested by hostile V hough their presence m. the orhood has been announced more tan once by the tolling he blowing ot sirens. The ence of these attacks can onl> be taken as indicating the Intcnsuj Oerman malignity, inasmuch U.ej garden of the German Legation. With reference to these the Journa part to do nothing State favors Dr.L Sixty fte Standard Adds only heallhtal qualifies to the food CONTAINS NO ALUM wrrkmen to take the place of Com h elkeeper to acquaint him at one with the fact that the oftence ha been remedied. ot innumerable valises raatLes" at the Legat.on ''ulates had often iir'esk of war. Fortunately the manUn government had kept its m- ecret np to the last moment. and attempts upon have witnessed public buildings statesmen 'who had combated German influence. It may be remembered that in the earlier stases of the war a large .'mount of contraband of war, ing dangerous explosives passed tnfough this country from GermaW en route for Constantinople, con- cealed in "valises dinlomatioues" or otherwise disguised. The King has signed a decree in- stituting a new military order of Ottawa. Nov. has come to the nowWe of Hon. T. W. Crothers, mtoteer of labor, that certain whole- sale hakors in different the countn- have reiassd to sell bread to certain retailers because they would not keep the price np. He has notified se beers'-hat retailers mns be ergt. Broome Says Huns Treat- ed British Prisoners Lik to Wounded The following increBting een received by Mrs. J. N. n charge of the prlionora of war und hore from Sergt. Geo. Broomo. vho was a prisoner In Germany for wo years, and who has recently been ransferred to Switzerland: Hotel Bellevue. Oct. 30th, 1.916. Dear Mrs Wltchle: 1 am writing to thank you and your committee for your great kindness in sending me a parcel to Germany but M no doubt airendy know from mv dear mother and sister, I left that awful life In August, arriving here on the of August where we are now trying, but which will be vcrj hard, to forget those two years o torture and starvation. I will no attempt to describe the ex.s euce in the prison camps. It is really a llv m- hell, but now. thank God. we are good hands and have every attention and care. The gooi people her. are doing everything they can for us and more especially (or we who stri have wou ids which had been ues'.ected by the Germans. 1 must tell von although I had two pretlv bad" wounds, the only treat- ment' got in Germany was from mj own British comrades who could onl! Your- PROSPERITY LIBERTY and FREEDOM v' WHILE THE WAR LASTS JJ-LJ-J-U F DEPEND UPON THE PRODUCTION OF COPPER DELTA COPPERS DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY, COALDALE BLOCK Open Letter to the Public: mv lee intact. Eiclosed 1 have sent yen a-photograph of_ seme of the re- the cost of living legislation. f Lethbndge. IB UUOl- The minister of labor has issued the warning by letter that unless this stopped criminal action "Michael the to be conferred brStlrom tne United States some ment. only on those who have distinguished For photograph. It carries the personal thought of the giver, is., simple, appropriate, and creates no greater obliga- tion than the kindly thought it bears. of this establishment My mother asked me to forward _the BURNT practice Bopped crimma, acu.u Nov. it would, 1 am sure, gladden all your hearts to see how they are appreciat- ed for as you may guess they cannot thank you as they would wish, the 1 Germans watch that, but rest assured you are never forgotten. It Is a sight too, to see the way we had to cook for at one time parcels were coming from home in biscuit tins and tin boxes of all. sorts and these we tuned into stoves using the IWs :as frying pans and the paper wrap- pines' for fusl, still .it always answer- eel "Very well but. at .times the Ger- mans could not stand the sight of our men getting ready a. good meal whilst they themselves had next to nothing, for I must say they now begin to i'eel the pinch properly, so for sheer petty spite they would kick the lot over: that I have seeu done a many times especially whilst waiting at Mannheim Lager to come here The way we used to make tea was by using" our wash basins and placing" them on these old tins and burning all the old paper we came 'across until It boiled which was sometimes near an hour hut still we used to succeed alright. These same basins used to serve as teapot, wash basla and to wash our c'.othing m, also, so yo.u can Just Imagine the but never mind we used to enjoy and it has been the causa of many a laugh and joke. A small tin tea pot would be a God-send to them. I fully Intended bringing myi cooking utensils h.ome with me as a; souvenir but when I knew I had! passed for Switzerland, I left them, behind. I Well now I must close but would very much like to hear from anyone who would care to write to me. Win 1 you kindly thank all who are devoting so much time to this great and good 1 work and I do hope that God will give you all strength to carry it on and also give it the success which it de- With all my very best wishes and most heartfelt thanks, believe me to remain, yours sincerely and most grate- fully, GEO. BROOMB. Amourer Staff Sergeant. COULD HAVE HELD ANTWERP Churchill Says England and France Delayed Action Too Make the appointment early. Smith's Portrait Studio 906. 3rd. Avenu. Phone 1471 Winston Spencer Churchill, former First Lord of the Admiralty who been a promi- nent figure In newspaper discussions recently, today begins In The Sunday Pictorial a story of the siege and fall ot Antwerp. Colonel Churchill says that the Admiralty at the outset urged he immense Importance of Antwerp and the need of vigorous measures tot its defense, but that nothing was done during the entlrs month of September. Only when the Oerman bombardment started and the insistent cry for help came from the Belgians, he says, did England and France consult and d- clde upon steps for relief. Colonel Churchill-explains his visit to Antwerp saying: "It was a nat- ural decision of a small troup of ministers who met at Lord Kitchei- er's house at midnight that aome one in authority, who knew tho whole situation, should travel swiftly Into the city and ascertain should be done." the article coneludss with the statement that tha situation could have been saved a week earlier but tho Belgians, loft unaided too long, lost confidence. CHEAPER, ANYHOW A mere man- can't for the life o Him sec why lajly plight not as "without those fhta onen.-Boehert.r Union and Ad vertlser. The above heading for this advertisement was suggested by C. A. Burtani Rh4 -Vita. Several hundred suggestions were received but we think you IriSS admit that the .above heading tells its own story. Several other suggestions well worthy of mention, such as: COPrEE-THE TOUCHSTONE TO FOHTUNE. By H. Warren, 536 Twenty-third Avo. Calgary. GBEAT BRITAIN AND ALLIES NEED HOSE COPPER. By Frank Anderson, Blair-more, Alta. 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