Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, Making- Hay. (2) C. P. R. Station at Red Deer. On Sylvan Lake. w ESTER.X1 Canadians certainl? know how to enjoy lite. Red Deer is situated about midway between Calgary and Edmonton, It is beautifully located and is OEO of fbose thrivtai arf prosperous cities surrounded by many square mlleB some of the finest wheat-growing land in Canada. The people in the vicinity LOoroughly believe in the principle of miia Fill a canteloupe with Cut canteloupe in half; clean out centre; fill with Corn Hakes, addin TOASTED sugar to suit Lethbrldge men anxious to serve their King and Country will have the opportunity presented to them on Monday, when Major Morfltt and Lieut. Taylor of Cafgary, will be here to recruit for the 82nd Battalion, Lieut.-CoI. Lowry, com- manding. Recruiting will take place at the Armories all day Monday, In- tending recruits can secure all information, and pave the way for enlistment without delay on Mon- day by seeing W. J. Nelson, the Third avenue merchant. At I re- cruits offering'will be taken pro- vided they are physically fit. Geneva, Sept. 23, via .has reached Switzerland thai, ihe right iving of th? Koyul Palace at, Stuttgart was badly damaged in yes-! terday's air raid'by allied aviators.! One bomb exploded in-'tl.r salon. It. known that nteuitiL'rs oi i t he royal family v. ere in the resi-1 drrscc. i The f-'rench aviators in'ior bombard-; line, Jtie station were ami 60 injured, divided, fly ing to Kriederichs- j hai'Pii. where the Zeppelin >factory i j v, as bombarded steamer Urothanl had Inft Friederidisiiafen for the Swiss shore without taking pans-i I.; waiters on bogid. j C GJpJHE 'handy 5c. JLL package, designed to fit a lady's purse, now contains two more (EliideJa than formerly. keep their full, rich flavor of true pepper- mint securely sealed within a delicate, pearl-grey coating of delicious, toothsome sweetness.