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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1916. letborlbfle, filDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY Bubierlptlon R�^�i: Dally, delivered, per week ..... lOo Dally, delivered, par year ......�E.OO Dally, by mall, per year ........�i Weekly, by mall, per year ......�1.00 TROT EM OUT I TROT 'EM TELEPHONES Business Office .i............. 126J Editorial Office ............... 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Dtreolor BuBinoea .M�nager .L.1 King and CountryiMioU "icu Right l\n old us the liills. Improvi',nK'iil.s wero lioiuul to toiiiu. Tlio liu'fi'ost Toil coiu'criiH in tlio world liiive ndoptcd a new molliod of piickilij^ ton-lumpprcmcliod for cleanliness and nlv^^olulo iiroloeUon agiihipt any concuivnbio oliiuiUio' oonditiiiii. Tho now iiiu'kei is ii dmilile wrajjpor. An inner packet iiC inoisturo-prool' paitliiuont-an outer cartridge paper provonts tho sliglitost p{i.-;sibility of deterioration. A porfoot toa dosorvo." a porfoct wrapping, so in future llic now wrapper will be UKod on every packet of BLUE RIBHON TEA F)ICKED UP IN ASSING LZZIl FOB THE BUSY MAN Wllliara Maodol. one of tho best known men in Oodericii (Hslrlct, was found dead in his tannery at Salt-furd. A Toronto brnncli of tiio Ontario asaoolatloii for tho Care of the Feeblo-Mlndort was formed with Dr. C. K. Clarke president. Boy scouts of Chatham will take up work on the farms and relievo eligible young men now engaged m agricultural pursuitH for active Rervioo. It Is reported that a largo Toronto ________.___________ _____ _ _______ contracting firm Is to build 60 work-That Teuton malice burns to quell, 'ingmen's houses In tlie vicinity of tiie , J. ou , . . '"ew $1,000,000 sugar factory at Cliat-My England! Should the hope bo crest In which she taught the world to strive, Then all Virtue would be lost And naught of Mankind left alive. But 'tis not in the Book of Doom That Justice, Honor, Truth, should fail. That earth be made a living tomb, And only brutal Wrong prevail. It cannot be the human race, Long struggling up to Freedom's sun. Is destined to the abject place Of vassal to the murd'rous Hun! A New COLLAPv arne "Afade in Canada" KoW Front- Light weight Aristocratic in appearance 2 for 25c. Sume iiyle in Rfd Libel qu�llty- JELLICOE, 3 for 50c The Willlami. Grctne t- Rome Co., Limited Mtktct sf Fiiw Shlra and, according to this section, the consent of the owners or purchasers of the lands must first be obtained. There was a yotf. taken of those within the boundaries of this particular district and they availed themselves of the opportunity afforded under the Alberta Irrigation Act; but, as I read this section, It may delay the establishment of tills system It further consent has to be secured from these parties. I was wondering If the section could be dratted In such a way as to enable them to proceed without that. A number of these parties live at distant points, so that it might take some time to secure their consent to the arrangement. I may, however, be wrong In my interpreta tlon of the section. Mr. Roche: It is necessary to obtain the consent of the purchasers of the school lands Just as it is neces sary to obtain the consent of the owners of patented lands. I do not think It would be proper to pass legislation until the consent of the owners of the school lands had been obtained. Tliey, of course, have made certain payments on the 8o)iool lands iNbut, as they have not completed their payments, we retain our lien as a first lien. I do not think that any appreciable delay will be occasioned by waiting to obtain their consent. Mr. Buchanan: The vote taken last year did not include the holders of school lands. Mr. Roche: I do not know -Nyhethor the vote Included the owners of school lands or not. Sir Wilfrid Laurler; As I understand It, they are not really the own-era until they have completed the payments. Are there any school lands in the district that have not yet been disposed of? Mr. Roche; There are 36,910 acres of school lands, of which 12,110 acres have been sold, but not patented, and 1100 acres are unsold and vacant, Section agreed to. Bill reported. Two thousand five hundred graduates and undergraduates of the Uni' verslty of Toronto have enlisted lor overseas sorvlca. In every land that knows tho ills Of Bondage, and has borne its aches The deathless pulse of Freedom thrills And Reason's noble rage awakes. See splendid Italy advance. And grimly issuing from his lair. To grasp the hand of glorious France, Stalk forth th' intrepid Russian bear! My England!-patient, valiant, true! Nor foes without, nor frauds within Will shake her purpose to subdue The cohorts of embattled sin. The swinish horde, the gilded beasts. In whom no touch of truth survives, Who ravish women, murder priests, And strew the sea with Infant lives. The Lords of War, who kill and malm. Exultant while their people groan Steeping themselves in crime and shame, To keep a despot on his throne. That pigmy, to whose 'wlldered brain Himself an Attlla appears, Who takes the name of God In vain. And drowns the earth in blood and tears. Tho Germans Arms and Munitions UBOH each for alleged libelous atate-monta during tho campaign with a view to defeating the plaintiff. Stephen MacOordou, of New York city, an instruitor in the Newport News, Va., Curtlss .aviaton school, os-tablialiod a new American altitude record for an aeroplane carrying a passQiiger when ho ascended to a height of 14,800 feet. Ho was accompanied by W. A. Hudson of Toronto, a student. The flight was made in a Curtlss military tractor biplane. Wlion a neighbor's youngster rubbed his dirty fingers on the wall of tho apartment occupied by Charles Edwards, at Winnipeg, It peeved the man, and he gently chastised tho lad with a bit of strap. It cost him $5.00 and costs for this small satisfaction. The child's mother had him chai'ged with assault in the Winnipeg police court. Tho American consul at Kingston received a Canadian two-dollar bill as a subscription to tlio Canadian prlson-er-ot-\var fund from a Gorman olllcer, Felix Orb, Lieut. L., 11 German army, who is In Ilockwood hospital recover- conipnny, one of tho loading "war Ing from ineutal disability received babies" has declared a dividend of :'ifl ! tlirou^h overstudy while interned In per cent, as against 20 per cent last j Fort Henry. Ho writes that he appreciates the fact that Canadians are figlitiug us soldiers. W. M. Gorman. M.P., for Welland has issued a writ against the city of Louis O. Bates, n farm hand, who Ottawa for $10,000 damages. The ' worked for 20 years on farms owned claim is for injuries he received on j by the late Edward Howell, of Des Beaserer street, when ho had his arm j Moines, and his daughter Jennie, wltli-broken. The writ claims that tho 'out salary, expecting as a reward that My England, STRIKE! Droop not, nor pause. Till triumph on your banners shine! Then take a grateful world's applause, Millions of hearts that beat like mine. sidewalk was in a very icy condition, due to the negligence of tho city. J. A. Beaudry, a defeated candidate for tho board of control In tho recent municipal elections In Montreal entered actions against Tancrude Mar-sll. likewise a defeated candidate for the board of control and the Herald Printing Company, for $10,UQ0 dam- Miss Howell should be his wife, will receive $15,300 as a result of a Jury's verdict in the Polk county district court. Hates contended he worked with an understanding that when Mr. Howell died he would marry Miss Howell. Mr. Howell died, and the death of his daughter followed soon after. Bates sued tho estate for $40,. 000 back pay. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes & 19 WAS TORPEDOED Berlin, by wireless to Tuckerton, .\prll 16.-Announcement Is made by the Turkish government that the Russian hospital ship Portugal, sunk In the Black Sea last mouth, was torpedoed by a Turkish submarine. FOR FURTHER INFOR.Mi^TION APPLY TO Lethbrldge Branch - R. T. Brymner, Mgi U8E"CflSGflREI8"F0 LIVER AND BOILS WHEN CONSIIPAIED WHEN BILIOUS. HEADACHY. SICK FOR SOUR STOMACH, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS Get a 10-cent box. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse your Liver, Stomach and Bow^ds, ami you win surely feel great by iiiorning. You men and wome nwho have headache,, coated tongue, a bad cold, are bilious, nervous, upset, botliorcd v/lth a sick, gassy, disordered stomacii, or have backache and fool all worn out. Are you keeping your bowpis clean with Cascarets-or toeroly foicing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil'; Cascarets Immediately oloanso and rogvilale the atomach , roniovo tho sour, undigested and forraeiitlnK food and foul gases; take the excess Idle from tho liver and carry olf the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. Remember a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. A 10-cent box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear hea