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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETitnmnciE D.MLU HERALD WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBEn 19, 1917, RELEASED Rumania. Dec. who bad been inleroejj since the btKinnlug e! been released by the Human-1 mejit. Their release wn through tha efforts, ct tha or. ALLIES IMPRACTICABLE Troops Would Not tight as Taking Orders From For- eign Leader London, Dec. Times taiy dUcuiset lii mili- ques FAMILY- DOCTOR'S GOODJUICE Tfl6JOnTiklBtuFfUlt-J-tlws'1 Btcmi Tfcf Did Her Good Kocvov, P. JAN. Hlh, 1913. "I suffrred for many years with ter- I One Person in Every Ten in Canada Bought Bonds tloi of apr'oiatlil ifnerallssini'o o( rltle InJijeslion and Coustiptlion. tho allied armies and dismisses lie j Juil frcqucnt.dliiy ipella flaJ befima Idii, us Impracticable. He admits thai run A. neighbor advised ire dlssprolnted because the of my doctor, I began [British iviU uol consent to tbla. but' to improve, and hd togo oa Is, convinced thil tea scheme would "Fruit-i j p A Gift that is always appreciated. GIVE your soldier this real military razor. He like it bitter than nnylbiug you roifht select. In its military kit il U a fill bul five s hill Bat more than all else the 18S5R ii the cnly raior Itll its biases aatomaticaHy. li strops them. Iron ahavH Md is all without laimg span.- A freshly blade il easier to shave mtb than a neK" The twelve blldes thil iheiuor vr3l give at lust 500 clean shares. Price AuloStropStfrtylUiw a failure. The elies various occurrciv res la stow ih it Ihe I ril liai lou of the comtaiad irj Germany has not prevented great German failures and alniwt catastrophe, while he argues iLai the German are more oking 10 the InteruaL weakness of Germany's cnenilfs than Io her own elreasth. He maintains tbat'ithe op- poininient ot t seaerallssibio for ihe IllCi would ilan frictions; everyone would grumble and become and 11 (he iroops of tJno ot ualiohs ailed, everybody vould deuouncc the Bnd tits resentment would be lc.Un.Ee, "Tha fact bis to be acccpled." says he correspondent, "that au army can _ land defeat under Us own chiefs, but cinnot Stan1] defeat Incurred In obey- ng the oriders of a foreign general. I VaUocal pride, arroganco and prejud- ces are arousixl anfl the rea'i boud ol an alliance., mutual u oilers landing. soon breaks. "U must DC accepted as an axiom of this Tvar that 'not a single- one of Iho" i.-ics Is prepared to accept a position of subordination." The writer also thinks It highly Im- probable that Ihe governments would accept Ihe dictum of a foreign genernl- isslmo. I consider that I owe my life to "Fruit- I want taMj'lo those who Euft'cr from or FrLiit-a-tlvei' and you COHLXE GAUDREAU. a boj, Gfor 52.53, trial .size, 23c- Ai all dealers or scut pes'.pjJd by KrulU t-tufi Limited, OtUwa. sub? oil. ID all the experiments man uro 'was applied with a sprtador at tbe rale of 12 tons per arrc. All plots were ploughed fi Inches dcap. The rotation that is followed Is grnln every ihird yesir. sumnierlti' by-product of most prairie farms thai Is ogly utilized to A small] extent Is the barnyard manure. ordeK'ib determine the amount ol profit that can bfl derived from barn- Yard manure applied on the rich t soils, BB experiment was start: Four methods ol applying manure given in this article.; Method No. 1. Method Xo. i, consisted in spreading manure direct from the barn lu the winter on fill ploughed land. The manure worked-Into ihe sott In Ihe spring with a disc liar row. Whoa grown on. land treated this way onl> gavo an average Increase oC 2 bush els and 10 pounds over, plots repeli-ing no manure. Oats, appeared to .main teller use of tlie fresh manure aiii showed a. gain of "bushels "find" 2- pounds per acre, while Increased rleld. ol S oushcls 32 pounds per acre. difficulty In sairin; the man ureil plots was experienced, as the strawy manure prevented LUe discs nl ihe" vjrlll froj going down to a full even depth, -a addition Ihe manure appeared lo. mate the surface sdjl more poen and favored Us drying' out.- Msthod No. .2 The second method fallowed was to npplv rolled manure on the growing crops after the spring'seeding bad completed. Tills did not prove Tho litest ITY the Victory i'Jin pa I gn show a total ol subscribers, or oue subscriber or every leu In Canada. This tfitabllsnos a uaw record wlUi respect a proportion of ihe populallou ot country subscribing to Us var ii.ins. previous record wai c. Civil Britain, where one out of I'vory tweiily-thred subscribed to :uauslrtil prosperity was presented to the jiouplo ot Canada fa display In tha yreaa. Empba- slj was placed lu those Bdvertlsouienti on tho privilege and duly of eiery CauadKn to assist In the war rinanc- his opinion that the liatl tvpou the character anil effectiveness every reason to congratulate the advertlslug In the l.lbarly L'nited States. war loftu. xian campafga ID Vends Tver? sold to ooe person out ot every twtmty-seveii Ihi !ou. )n manv cities, tni d.slricla CAuaJa, th6 propoi'Uon of the popu- itiuii buylnfj IJonils was even Ijhc.1 thaw one ia In a nuuibar casea it was as high as one In four. Ttio achievement In connection with .inujft's Victory Loan, while lly due to tho splendid spirit of patrt- oi'sni iliat pervades the Is atolher evidence ot what may be ac- complished through press backed by au adequate selUne orgaul- Prlor to the Victory Loan Uiere were comparatively few bond buyers "hi Canada. Tho third'Cana- dian war loan ot last spring, which was iho most widely distributed bcmd issue in Canada up to V.iat liuie, had only 'The finance minister deemed' 'it essential (hat many times that number should sub- scribe lo tho Victory Loan, 'lie as- signed to .the press tno lasV of edu- cating with respect to the Loan the great masses of tbo pouplo who were cot bond nnd la most cases had only o very veguo idea of the meaning ol the term "bond" as ap- plied to securities. For several before the salo olVicloiy BonilaxomiiiBiicwICamflaB or nor country, and upon the tho fact that It Canada's iluauelal needs were to ba met the great masses ol tho people would have to buy Vic- tory llonds. The meaning ol a "bond" and (lie- security behind Canada's Victory IJonds were explained' In simple, every-tlny language. Similar educational work was done roluntarlly by cl i alJ newspapers und ether through tlielr news and editorial wlumns. IZth, when Iho sale of Voctory Uouds commenced, tho ple hafl been educated very largely to tho uopd for ihe money, the secur- Uy behind tho loan auJ tho reasons why every person who could possibly do so should buy one or njoro boncla. TheiireparntDO' work'iu Iho was followed ap by personal soUcltallon by a most erflclonL Domln- toa-wlds organization ol personal workers. Concurrently with that per- sonal solillintlon there appeared ift tho press a scries of "selllus" .Eilver- t hem DTI Is emphastng the hiituedlate trlrllcge and duty oC every Canadian to Imy Vlclory IJonds, nnd many edi- torials and news' articles along tho same lino were- published In every newspaper. Tha press publicity created an at- raosphero unil a knowledge) of Hie siluallon that in aillltioii (o securing} large numbers ot subscribers without ?h solicitation made it possible idea, or the i to to crops from Ihe lo tbe fact Irial In dry sfeasons such as Lhc one just past, there was little rain t wash the cl (cod pnr sos, an was sarg id on.Ihe Scott fetation1 rrom manure down to the root In 19H. Three results are now available- and the figures quoted" in this artJcle arc an average of the yields, Iroin Ihe application o( mtnnre, secnrwt during the -past three seasons. Thfl ibll OQ Scotl Station U a rich chocolate', jrllh e clay the plants. In the case of all three kinds of grains the yields were lower from .Itfs method than trara xthe preceding Old Dutch The Hygienic Cleanser Keeps the Sink inmiacn- late and the one Method No.- 1. The third arid mo? I profitable plan (Qr the persortn, workers to do work quickly nncl errccllvely nnfl with Inttnltely greater rosulta- than coulil have been obtained without the cdu- and EDlhaff ad- "rlisements In tho press. conclusion of tlie campaign Sir Thomas While. In a telegram to J, H. of Canadian Press Association, Inc., expressed his sincere thanks lor the tine spirit and splendid energy shown by .the press K1RKBY CO. Special for Thurs. COCOANUT ROCKS Regular THURSDAY 15C 6O6 Third Ave. S. Xew York, DecJ appeal American citizens ot Gcrmnn" bi Lo join campaign for heljilog" the Unilecl Stales to 'win the war, was made public yesterday by the eiecu- live committee of the Friecds oI'Ger- mari democracy. Franz Zigel Is pres- ident of the organization. "Thi3 war Is not a war on part ol America against the German nat- the hppeal staled, "it ii ralhei R. -orzr againsL a peculiar system 01 EOvernmenL. This system of society -and >-eromBnl 1 u" j auticiy nun erqniBii i uaaitupiiy consisted "Jn plonshing rotted manure the German people to their the aulumn, -.ThU-melhod ant, thft world.s Eaj-e an additional average yield rorj The comnifUee deciared that "iJ! of the German pounds of barley per acre orer plots receiving no manure.1 Method No. 4 The fourth ylan, wttlch hardly comparable with the p'feceiing three, is that'ol ploughing under rolled man- ure In tie spring. This method gave the .bast returns ot any, but a ptrt of Ibla may be doe Lo' Ihe fact thai early spring ploughing 'usually giVe? R heavier yield in Mils district than does fall ploughing. While few Weeds were found on the i plots treated yfth rotted manufre some were "noticed on the plots "where the manure was hauled directly from the barn. This would Indicate that, al-1 not rot well un- der the climatic conditions of North- vresVtrn Saskatchewan, yet leaving the a close, compact pile fur oue year resulted !n destroying moat of the weed With wheat approxlibatelr f2.0Q per ta3heV and other gra.ri3 corros- pondlncly high, the profltableneas of utilizing barnyard manure is well Tvnrthy tbe consldermtlon of every I farmer. properly JDiormEtt about "a peuyle, if Inelr owa government and its. misdceSs, vlll not wait unlirthe German nation Js com- plclely crushed by force of arms, biA. will sooner or later. rise against' .the and the Junkers and cstabllih a democratic government In fYouths truly" What caused a. new firm in the ing. trade to jump lo the get .ahead of houses established for half century? '.To.keep ahead and stay in your mind 'is the Leaders in Men's V; tt real Service. Putting into your .WfJ Overcoat that. you to dollar of you paid. and good tailoring jfei We supervise the making from the sheep's back to your we take bact what docs Yipt please. to and Overcoats. fSr'i-.: ITalor 'KWl-lfliAPT. TAlLOftINQ TVcrd TAKER ri'om the Tlmei) i received from Ihe Un caiualtr otflca last Saturday by eelow that his G.. U Blgelow, ho was one ol the Taber boya lo en. il In the 13th C.M.R., had wou fl- ed and mUalng. Mr. and E. Ewing and ttlc HD, will.leare SatDrday after- oon lor Mr. Ewlng's old home In uebec lo epend Ihe holldayir Mr. and Mrs. Gordon DJckson and amlly leave Saturday 'atternooir to Isll- Toronto and IlBmliion during he holiday season. fn the election. for dlEtrlcl secretory f district No. ft, 'Ed. Ilrqwne, the resent eacrelary.'recelTed a majartlj lot) over his opponent In the the Tole bclne 125 to 25. OLO FRENCH CRUISER iSUNK, French cruller. Ch; null, employci] us 4 ------r..., ff was toriicdoBilanil in Ifio Mcdllerraacan on Iho triorHlnp ol December 14 and sub- s' 'marine which nlUr.keil her la- ler was according ft to en announcomcnt made1 Lo- 'i night by Ihe Krcnch-.trllnlsW ot marine." Tha iusjo'tigt'rs on Iho Chateau all at Tvhoin were elllitfr offlcera, were gated. Ten mem- bers of Iho crew vere lost. Madrid, Monday, Dec. Tn a statement to the Heraldo, Bernardo Machado, the eiiled'prcaldent of Por- tugal, said: 'The former govcnimenl ot Portu- gal having been busjr sending troops to the llghllne Iront neglected, tie maintenance ol public II Is quite believe that Ihe rev- olutionary movement Is [avorable lo Germany. I believe. It to be i tran- sitory crisis which will not alfect the republican of Portugal and 1 am convinced (hat Portojgal will fulfill all her tbe HEARING APPEALS a Montreal, .Dec. (III Friday were mafln LMlay Ini Ihe moil of Iht tribunal) which ire to hoar appeals from [he district exemp- tion tribunals under (fie lollltary aer-1 .vice ail. ..Mr. Justice In connection with otic appeal, laid dojrn Ihe rulo In'all casts aubmitltd to htm Ihpse apiK-Bllrig on the fromi'oi on- The French crvlaiir Chateau Hcnanrl was lalfl In 18SC. She WB9 1-12 (Cfl long J, Tieam of feet And displaced tona. Her coniplement 'r foro Iho war CM men. -Tac-, 4 hclng used ii i crad'er formerly, the Chateau Hcnault liftl been fitted as a mine lay- cr. E, Dee ticclMfdT hy Urltlsh mtal' of the Engel nf.hhwl itif Oet- man lines In Klandcrt', In ailmlrally sUtemeot, Tk text reads: "Naval- aircraft1 drtpjid which hurst to the ammunlllcin durrj Ridings ai the Kngel' Tuesday. One cncmjr and one out ol PIANO! VICTROLA! 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