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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V R DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 2f 1918 OFINSMIING WORKED OUT WflrHllEGE OF AGRICULTURE ed men and with Mio short they had had Mnco the tfernj hns appeared to be rtore than There are 45 wounded soldiers tak ing thin couroo and It Is expected that there will be another 20 to enter In The scheme which has beenevolved for receiving i thosjB men each month is the special feature of the The entire course covers five anil the in structors have divided their courses method worked out Afrlculture of Al by Dipi tt0Wef for the heflt at WOMderf returned DHMSil minuter of agriculture flas been rery much In III tli proportion and the has itself to this work their jpprial service for the wound K I i it 1 they nre very serious hi the matter ami they nre very Anyone watching a class In elemen tary or or n could not doubt that they IntfTnYe parts hat eiicil nionth Is j These classes In black a complete unit in and students IV f I SomNor Blscuir An unequalled Soda Serve when and how you or Plain packages North Vest Biscuit Limited FOOD BOH fIB UCtHtC taking the work of one month have completed that particular part for all Each month is in a way a sep armTe Xew students can In this way be acepted each and this is the way in which they will need to come i since they are discharged from the hospital from time to Tlilt work is entirely separate and dis tinct from work for returned sol diers as planned by the Dominion government for men are All ot the men getting their training at the University have been Although the classes nre opening with smithing and In carpentry are to give them the most practical In formation possible for what they will need on the One day the twelva forges are and who have never before known what nn anvil for are busy making links in an ordinary logging There are to be three or four niore forges and outfits added to the bWk snilth equipment to accommodate the studentB that will be coming in after the Tho men in the carpenter shop wore learning to use a hammer and were busy making some of the little tilings that are required around a Lat er as they become more adept they will lie taught to framo up a or to build a Only those additions are expected each The present equipment will nlow for the training of about75 or and It Is not expected that they things they need to know around will have to care for more than that ja or around the house will be djuring the present And so interested are the blacksmith ggRoom The dairy room is up with churns and Babcock tes The here Is varied from theoretical Instruction to practical demonstrations with the care of All aspects of the care handling Ing and Two hours each the animal husbandry work devoteV 11 courses j A greenhouse tejito veterinary These asjF all made as practical as by feet Is be is taught and 11 is possible that a little i Instruction will be given In the mak ing so thatexperiments may be of mik are taken buUer maWnf carried on in horticulture and The actual Work of the special conrses is being done in dif ferent buildings and rooms not other wise in all over the The animal hunbandry classes are held in the lecture room for that purpose at the v Men Keen in Thetr Work The use of farm machinery is taught and the University authorities have found the implement people most will ing to cooperato by loaning machin ery and also by loaning their experts to give instruction in the setting up It has been the experience of the and operation of Separa stiff to date that the men are very keen in their work and that they can assimilate three times more than tfle In the first Peace Hath Her Victories and The duty if every man now is to provide a living for himself and his and lieJp in the recon struction of the The great call still for Other industries may col but agriculture must FARMS 20 YEARS TO Open the way to prosperity and Inde Prairie Land S M to J 30 an acre irritated land up to Get Land is being rapidly taken Write lot free booklets and full OK Gtt1 into 1st CALGARY NERVOUS ENERGY lifes depends upon a wellnourisheid When strength U depleted and the body lacking in essential the nerves are the first to SCOTTS EMULSION simonpure in rich in tonic nourishes the whole body and strengthens and the Wherever the win Sootts it the recognized standard tonicfood and contereer of FRIENDS That the Proceeds of Your Sail on lifes ocean may result m the realization of your highest estimate is the sincere wish this Xmastide of Waddington The Auctioneer 1918 Directors and Officers of THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Desire to offer to the Customers And frlendd of the Best Wishes for a Happy And a Prosperous New tors have been loaned and all sorts of the heavier outside who so recently passed a victim of the influ very much in their part of the a got the machinery over and was going to teach tl t of i the work It has been Lurned over to the farm sad he in turn gets in the machinery exports from thedifferent firms in the The staff Js doing this work in ad dition to the regular courses of the for the regular courses and Uiis special course do not at any place There are fourteen boys tak ing the regular as well as these 45 who are taking the Soldiers The Men In Charge Professor Cutler is teaching the field husbandry and negotiations are under way to provide for him an assistant who is at present time Professor Doweil is in charge of the Animal husbandry de partment and assisting him is a re turned Captain who has had all sorts of splendid op portunities for becoming fitted for his present He is a graduate j oi and was a district representative for two years iu On tario previous to his The horticulture is under the direction of George and Christen sen has been loaned by the to give the instruction in The 1 veterinary work ia still to be arranged j the university carpen is looking after that branch of the and John the uni versity is training the boys in manager of the provincial poultry is teaching the poultry i and the farm is in charge of the instruc tion regarding the farnj When voca tional officer for the was in the city earlier in he was delighted with the tliu men had taken in the and the way in which the experiment working lie said that the relumed men as a bodyiiippieciated the work that had been done by the department of a work which had enabled them to obtain such thorough courses in agricultural Tlie department of agriculture has taken hold of the matter with char force and energy and through the interest of the minister and thecooperation of tlie the scheme is being worked out to a most remarkable By Lieutenant Borne days In one of the of KlaMern recently ft school tor youni children had written few welcome them on the and when they had takett their Hbe told thent that Intended to nBMid the ftllotte for the lesson of the morning In telling them a She knew that childrens earliest memories are bound up with things they heard in and aho had something which she wanted them to This IB the story she told to her Once upon a time there was a king dom at peace with Itself and with all tlie Jit was a small but a very old Hundreds of Very long before you and I were before the time of our this small held a high position in the and when that position was there still remained a great pride among the for they knew that they came down Into history from a splendid They were aV peace and quite contented In their fields and Travellers j used to come front distant places to j wonder at the dignity of their old and the quiet way ot their Now there was not far away a very wicked At his birth a curse had been woven Into his so that he could never be at but was al ways greedy tor power and He looked at the little which was only 170 miles long and hardly over a hundred miles and he smiled and beyond ho saw another They had more and there were more of them and he still And one he came with his soldiers and Ills guns Into the peaceful fields and He came like some terrible dragon breathing and his voice was than so that the old buildings were burnt and and the fields all broken and the only thing that re mained of the little kingdom was the pride that had passed to them from thejr splendid Terrible things were done to moth and to small smaller and weaker than any of Their fath ers were torn away from Their homes were and no flowers grew In their gardens any In their they looked for and before they could open their lips to cry out for there came from over the sea a great j host of the descendants of a race of For four long years these men warred against the dragon and the powers of until at length deliverance One by one the little Kingdom re gained its and the people came back to their The story is not over I hope When the story is overIt may be Triltieii perhaps that the Itttle kingdom lived happily ever But one thing will certainly be written all across its It never forgot the chivalry and the val our of the fighters from over the f A 11 HP All Toy Hudsons Bay Company LIQUOR FINK McManus was given a fine of yesterday by Magistrate Davidson Dea WM fined and and charge against Stone was withdrawn in connection with the Manchester liquor CALL TO KEITH Andrews church presbytery sent a call to Henry now pas tor of Westminster BdmoatoiL DEPOPULATE ISLANDS SAN Depop through Spanish influenza threatens tho Gil bert and other island groups In the South according to of the Union liner which ar rived here today from Sydney and Wel via PETERBORO8 MAYOR Duncan today was reelected by ac clamation for a second Moore was also reelected to the utili ties commission without There will be a contest in the alder manic field and also for the board ot CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO SWERIAN FORCES minister of has sent I the following Christmas cable to commanding the Siberian Ex peditionary force Sincere wishes for a happy Christ mas toyou one and THREE CHARGES MURDER SAN charges of murder against Edward Nolan codefendant ot Thomas in the Preparedness Day bomb murder were dismissed by Superior Judge Franklin Griffin to day because of lack of FOOD FOR BELGIUM mil lion pounds of cereals formerly used as substitutes flour have been purchased in Illinois by the food administration and will be sent to Belgjum and other countries it was an nounced The substitutes were in the hands of retailers when the gov ernment restrictions relating to the sale of cereals with wheat products were HUGE FINES SAN tionof fines aggregating and payment ot in partial settle in on of the governments libel claim of today virtually brought to a close the famous Sacramento steamship involving two officials of the Qmrman consulate a dozen other Individuals and three corpora indicted in 1916 and 1917 for violation ot American NEW NAME FOR CANADIAN orderIn council has been signed to nuthomi tho use of tlie inline Canadian Nat ional Hallways tho new title to in clude those in formerly for the liiHD comprising the Canadian North ern tystein and Canadian Government the Intercolonial and Nat ional The terms of tho ordcrlucouncll protect the eitiHi ing and liabilities of the var ious companies RETAIN OFFICES has oecn reached between theBerlin government and the Gor man general staff by which nelil i Marshal von Ilindenburg and the chiof retain their according to Berlin VICTOR WILLIAMS OF 3 has been officially announced that will retire on Janu ary as geuaral officer commanding and will be succeeded by Victor who re cently returned from after being a prisoner ot war in Germany for Hemming baa been for 40 years in the Wil is no stranger to hav ing served here an staff officer under before assuming staff commanded the He Js a graduate cf the Royal Military WAR REVENUE BILL passed the war revenue bill fixing taxes for next year and for The senate today began Its Christmas re The revenue bill reduced to raise about next year and in was passed last night by the senate without a record from tent ha said to a IrlMti who met him In a FrsBrt village and arttd what he was My particular outfit cf men haa cold ten in the last ten and expect to sell a hundred mere within the next two its greatest business in France telling ef babies to working with bunch of am up pretty close to the front when payday comas around theres nothing much to do with their men began to figure out something to UMM There are men in a and we suggested that a platoon should adopt a baby on pay It costs 600 francs to take of a baby for one and that meant that all but nine men in a platoon should pay 5 francs each on the following making a pay each time 2BO or the 600 francs In Each platoon elects a leader who acts as a gobetween for the babies are bought threnglf the baby department of The Stars and On payment of the and final instalment the lead er seven of ehIM in various It will bepossible tor one platoon tojitatM up six a for it would abont from each man on every which comes around abont twics in two One man said to me the day this baby businestt to Who wouldnt rather a baby than a And thafs the way we men have figured it we have sold ten babies in ten and we are going to place one hundred right in our division next payday rolls BLUE RIBBON If you telephone for tea without specifying BLUE RIBBON TEA your grocer may think you are not very doesnt SELLING BABIES TO SOLDIERS IS NEW BUSINESS Correspondence of the As sociated babies to it Murray Sawyers char acterisation of hlw activities aa a Red Trltfngle man with the American ex peditionary Sawyer comea SE EVE A NE TIT AU Want to Try New Drug That Up They Lift Out Good news spreads rapidly and drunlsU hero are kept busy Us ponging the ether discov ery of a Cincinnati which U said to loosen any corn no It out with the Ask at any pharmacy for a quart er ounce of which will cost but IB said to be sufficient to rid OUBH feet of every hard or soft corn or You apply unt a few drops on the aching corn and in iitantly the soraneas and soon the corn is so ghtiveled that it lifts out without It is a sticky substance which tides when applied and never infinities or evon the adjoining This discovery will present thou sands of deaths annually front lockjaw and infection heretofore resulting from the Bulcldal habit of cutting lee Cream for Xmas 50c 60c 60c ft We reducing of our by thst may Plain and Regular 7fie per Christmas Fancy Regular Me Christmas Special Tuttj Frutti Regular Me per Christmas These are delivered but will not be they will keep i in this weather when hard SEND YOUR FRIENDS A BRICK NOW AJJD SAVE A No phone will be taken on Christmas for But Ice may be had at the Dairy until 12 noon Phone 1676 CRYSTAL CHRISTMAS EVE SPECIALS Electric rtfitbur Eltctric refuUr refiijar 75C WITH EACH ELECTRIC IRON OR STOVE WE WILL SELL ONE ONLY TWOWAV SOCKET FOR CHANCE TO MAKE IT AN ELECTRIC STAR ELECTRIC LIT US DO YOUR STRUT SOUTH PHQNE ;