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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta UetlB.) ,ed men; and with the short ox^eii' ,5?'iaSiJqiie method once they had had ninco the ftriy iisn worked out started; It has appeared to he lAore l3Lifrlculture of Al- (than jusUfied. There are 45 wounded soldiers taking this special course now., and It Is axpeicted that'there will he another 20 to enter In January, f, The acheme eg for the special returned soldiers. Jon. Diai�(or?'*'Slarshall, minister of ngrlcnlCtiire^Mas been Tery much In ^�^S^F" '''r,.^'T/'^'"i^�.>.'^ w^rv i^Wch has beenWved for receiving mie^bns set Itself to Ph� �T,Hr� feature of. the course. . The entire course covers five montH^ and the Instructors have divided their courses Into five partis, so that each month is a complete tinit In itself, and students taking the worlc of one month have completed that particular part for all time. Each nvonOi is in a way a separate semester. ' , i Xew students can In this way 'he 'acepted each month, and this is:the wajr in which they will need to come In, since they are being'discharged MADE IN �*^Kr  ' CanXda - f gilletts lye they are veiy serlou? In the matter and they are very interested. Anyoiie watching a.'clasa, In eldmen-taiy carpentry, or blacksmithlng, or In dairying, could not doubt that they are Interested. These claasfea in'blaclc-sraithlng and in cai'pftntry are .planned to give them the most practical In-, , ^ , formation possiblr for whit they-will, great-great-grandfatliers, this- -�^ A.FUmlih ralry.T�l�. ^  Jl .,,(By IileuteRRUt J. B. Morton.) ,f .Some days ago, In one of the places ot Flanders /vxeoently liberated,. I scliool;t(or young.'children re-opened. The: 8^htioI-mi8tres t� children, smaller and and the University authorities have ''.�aker than any of you. Their fath- - ' era were torn away, frtim them: Their. BIO LIQUOR FINE CAlJOAKY, Dec. 24.-P. J. McManus was given a fine of 91,000 yesterday by Magistrate Davidson; J. T. Dee was jtined tlOO and costs, and: the charge tkgainst B. R. Stone was withdrawn in oonnsction with the 'Manohestor liquor cass!, ; . . ,  , � found the implement people most willing to co-operate by loaning machln-eiy and also by loaning their-experta to give Instructiot In the setting up and' operation of machinery. Separa- .atrfff.to date that the men are very tors hare been loaned and all sorts keen in tiieir work and that they oan assimilate three times more than tie �ordinary "student. In' the first place. CALL TO REV. H. F. KEIJH ^VnnIPE'o, Deo. 23.-St Andrew's church presbytery has sent a ,oa^l to Rev. H�nry J. Keith, M;B.A., now pastor of Westminster 6hurah, Sdmontait DCPOPULATE>^ ISLADTDS . SAN FRANCISCO. D*:. 23.-Depopulation, thronkh 'Spanish viafluensa Peace Hath Her 1 Victories and responsifaUitics. The duty if e\-ery . man now Is to provide a living tot himself  and hla family, and Iwlp m the recon-. stiuccion of the world. The great call 13., still for food. Other industries |nay col- lapse, but asncultuie must Bown.*^ '  c.p.r. farms 20 years to pay" .V, Open tli.wair.:to prosperity �nd inde-^1; pitndence. Prairie Land tritojjoanacre; .; 4rTiganxl latuj up to t;o. Get started. :: tand is lieing tapldiy taikeo up. Write ; ior free booklets cod full infomuitipn. 10^ CMRtR, Gun U$. C.P.R. tab NERVOUS ENERGV lifeV momenhini, depends uipon tt^ngthil depleted and the body laekini; In essential nourishmeh^ the nierpes are Ae first to sufftr. EMULSION sinion-pure in substance, rich in tonic qualities,' nourishes the whole body and strengthens and steadies the nervei. Wherever the sun shines. SOOtt'B is the. recognized standard ^nic-food and conserva of Arength. / , Scott & Bowne, Tonrnta, Oat. U-17 of the heavier Outside': jnachlhery.  - -----""ir'-'i'- ": " Professor- Edwards, ,who eb recently | bost of ^"f^i^e J[escendants_ of homes, were destroyed, and no flowers grew In their gardens, any more. "In their agony, they looked around I for dellTeraihce. and before they could union Jiner Moana, which ar^ open thelrlips to: cry out for help . y^ved here today from Sydney and Wel-there came from; oy(pr'thfe sea � great | jj^^^^n^ yj^ Papeete. from MtaaMM^Usi Mtnn. "HarriMS; ten*t Itf-bnt trna," said to ft' tMMd irbo met bim la Prsacii vlU�t*'ftad asked what he, was doing. "My pirttenlar ontflt of men has sold tisnlMMMafi m the last ten days, and irei.efejMe|Jo^ sell a hundred wltbln tite'ne>t~ two mouths. Whr. It'i a*; �Ni�ieBt J�bb1b�bb;> In Frame todarrrlthtB -)w�lUnc et bablea. to soldlera;' \��;^ !jvhen the story is over-It Ai^hb -iWlSfSil'perhaps that the Ifttle kffigdoni 11*^(happily ever after. But one thing will certainly be threatens the TahlUan, 8ol6mon, Oil-1 platoon, -tod'^^^^^^^^^^^ suggested that a bert and other Island groups to the platoon, should-adopt a baby on pay South Pacific, according to pM*engerf . �rse::;c,R,sTi^j^g, GREETINGS The MenTn Charge Professor "G. H. Cutler is teaching ! the field husbandry and negotiations FRIENDS !  That the '^Proceeds of Your Sail" on J. life's oGeaiiim^y result m the realizatica of your highest estignate is'the sincere wish this Xmastide of .Frank Wadding ton The Auctioneer are under way to provide .for him an assistant who is at the, present time overseas. Professor Dowell is in charge of the .*.nimal hus'ba.ndry department and assisting him is a'returned man, Oaptain J.. E. Lattlmer, who has had all,sorts of splendid opportunities for hecomlng -fitted for , his present position. iHe Is a graduate J6f Guelph, 1914, and was a dldtrict representative for two; years in- Ontario previous to his enlistment' The horticulture is under the direction of George Harcourt, and. d.' E. Chrlsten-gen has been loaned by the B.C.D. to give the InstruQtl^n in. dfilrylng.. The j veteripaiy w:ork is. stUl to be-arraivged ,for. P. Hlron, the university, catpen-, ter, is looking after that ibranch of the worA, and .John Cuthlel, the unl-;versity, blacKsmlth, is; training the /returned boys In forging.v etc. J. ;,H. Shackleton, manager-of the provincial : poultry Tilant, is teaching the .poultry .[work, and W. J. Thompson, the farm manager, is in charge of the instruction regarding the farij machinery. �When Lieut. L. L. Johnston, vocational officer -for the province, was in the city earlier in ,the week, lie. was delighted with the interest the men had taken in the \york, and the way in whiclx the experiment ., ' ^'"l The revenue bill reduced to false about $6,000,000,000 next yeat- and $4,-000,000,000 'in 1920, Was passed last night by the senate without a record vote. . ' SELLING BABIES'to SdLDIERS ^ IS NEW^USINESS 'PARIS^-(Correspondence of the Associated Press).-"Selling babies to soldiers," is Murray 6. Sawyer's char- 600 (ranos in all. Baeli' pMtobn ellt'ots a leader who aqts as a co-betwe�a^ for the babies are honclit threngir the baby department ot "Tke Stars and Stripes.' On the paymmi of the second and final Instalment the leader gets seven pteturM, bl the ebltd* in variousposes,' ^-U---'.' -j nt wfll be'posslble'for ons ^latooii to^laka up s.lx babies .a year,; fair; |t would tiiean;^abont $1 fr(m'eaeh- man , oni^erery payday, which comes isronnd about twice In two months. "One man said to me vthe'�Ui >  ' Bob Lone UNION M A Of OVERALLS SHIRTS &GLOV'n.S Ail Want to Try Ne^v Drug That ones'Up Corns so .They?; ,v Lift Out Good news spreads rapidly and druggists hero are kept busy dispensing freezone, the ether, discov^ ery ot a Cincinnati man, which is said to loosen any corn so it llfta out with the fingers. f Ask at any pharmacy for a (luart-er ounce at freezone, which will cost very little, but is said to be sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus.' You apply lust a few drops on the tender, aching corn and instantly, the soreness is relieved, and' soon the corn is so SsfaViveled that It lifts out without palVi. It is a sticky substance which dries when^ applied and never inflames or even irritates the adjoining j tissue. This discovery ytiH prpyenti'thou-? sands of deaths ^antanallyi - froni lockjaw and Infection heretofore / resulting from the suicidal habit of f-cutting- corns.-^Advertisement. tec Creani forXmai . We are reducina the priee of our ice cream brieka by,33i/a per eerit. so that everyone may ordsr. HQNE 1U2 mm 2626 ;