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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta lAGE FOUR THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 191(5 ietbbcibge l^evalt) OLelbbri^oc, HlDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY CANADA" Subscription Raxca: bally, doUvercil, per yen.- .. Cttlly, by mail, i>or ycir .... Weekly, by mnii, per ypat .. . 5 l.ui' .$;voo TABER SCHOOL GARDENS WERE . � . BEST IN PROVINCE LAST YEAR I'riiioipal-Mr. 1,. K. l.viul. lusp.HUn---Mr. .J. .Moriiiin, I!. \. ln-t in the tnin ir,!.o. .\o u'Wi-r Uu\r. '�'-i' of ,V,e t.-avlu'is nu (uc siAll h.wr !.'. (ii'nii. il till' .'^liiniii^'r ."-School fir � i'l'.'oln'iLv oiu' or ini'i;' siiinuurs. TIk' lu nu'ipal. >,lv. Lvr.ii. was one of tin' I The ]nms oricrcd liv the Women's ! in.-.! I'll ti' ucrc for tlu' licst KiinU-n )>li)! (tunnv; llu' ticriini I't cnUivaUoii .ai.l .\iraii;;i'iiicul.-! wrre iiuii'.c' 1(1 ii:i\i' (lie iilot.s jti(li;c(l (hrrc limes liiii� tir.' .si'us-or,, on or alujnl the lolliiw hiii; (i.'.Irs -Mil, aim Aiii;. rows were three Uei aiiiict .ind the plots within the vow 3 ti-ct upail. Till- size ot the plots wan l Icct by ni foot. 'I'hi) rows were Inltered and Uu> plots nunihered-Ci. � would be plot S in How G. If the. number In-M:iv ;ust, .Iiiiie diealed the township the letter inili-1st. (luiddle of vacii-li-aled Uie vnnKe. Kncli puiul ol the 3 lor 2S cents riATTT, r!'.Ai:01iV ,V C-(1. Inr. MOS-TUnvr, TELEPHONES Business Otti ............ yV. A. John Torrancs fclauaging Director iSusims^; .Msuager urow 'ii lk\> iHrrr'ioii, and Iho iiulii-^ try .id bo IL'-U'ri'd or: every purtui-iiy. Your King and Co-anvry i'ioed Yen Kiciht ^;o%v The Kin'.; or tlio Kaiijcr, which? 01- r,;u;a tor yon. ru'J more. I'l'-'nty 1 If t':i' :.;'.-o.u:d liot: theory is ivortli : aiivtl.ia.i;, �.-.x-'re in lor tome n.ioro I '.\ '.".t'T. > I'lipui,;!. .Ins; a.s if ue iiadn't [iju! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The intricate international quostion Uhicli lni.s heon creatnl ;>y t);e entrance of tlie Uritisa linor .'^ll!lam into a V. S. rort in po?ses;ii-n o: a German prise orew, iias not yet ii-.'i n solved. Should tlie luiilraiiiy t>iiard of the I'nited state.'; decide ihc ve.~-sel be.'trs tlje status of a pri/.e ol ivar. then ."she must hi' turnod ovc" to the German nrize crew, Imt in that case the erew inui^t take her o'.it ot port witliin diree d'.iy.^ or he interned for the reniaiiuler of tlie -.var. Should (he Gernian-; anenu't to take her out of )inrt to t^ea. iho Hriti.-^h are W'fliting. The impri-s.sion prevails that tliS prize crevv would destroy the vessel at the three-mile limit rather than let her fall into liritish liands.  Vigorous reprisals for the Zeppelin Taids on England are again demand- '� ed by the press ot Britain, which be- . , ^ , , tiie Derby scheme. IIS.OUO liave the lists were closed, .\noilier l.ciii.lirid;;e unit, the ' ISaltery. has ^oue to tS'.e ii:.;ii:in;; lir.c ;.\nd tuire are uiovo Li. tli'.'ridse \'.nii.> ;to foilo'.v. � I __ U'!k) !:a.-i .'i .solution I'er tlu' cvi-r-: rccirriiv.; coal ^lu>rtai;c situation ot :tlii> i>rairie tirovincos? Xo.v is il time 10 come forward. Don't wait until anotl'.er siiortat:o rolls round. ' Poiie I'encdiot declares tliere can : be no jicace until I'.clyiuni i= coin-� plctt'iy restored. In this he a'^rcer-i witli the pronouncement made by Sir j ! Edward Grey many months ago. SCHOOL GARDENS AT TABER tjon). In juiiitin^, tliP following .ststem of ; rating was used lieves some stringent stcijs are -ne- jj^jp^j cessary to halt this particular Idiase \ ^^.-^^-^^.^^ jg of Hun frighlfulness. ' I German artillery is very active in tho Champagne district and in the Vosges. In .Mesopotamia the Britisli hold a very strong position asainst the Turks, but operations are greatly hindered by floods. __ thirty-live hi'h schoid teachers to � take ad'.aiilage of th'. and the A.tricu!-i viir,r, matnritv and cemTal effect ttiral .'-^ocirty. The t�o acres oi 'jround ai!ja;oit to. th.e scitool used for the iz;arden were placed at the scw-vicc of the sihool beard hy th A. .1. McLean for scltocl !;r.rdt'n pur- | You may be deceiyed some day by an imitation 6i 110 AT An All Blt4 and possibly you will not detect this iimtation until the tea-pot reveals it. Demand always the genuine "Salada" in the sealed aluminum packet, and scg that you get it, ii you want that unique flavour oS �re6h, clean leaves properly prepared and packed. SONG OF THE OLD UMBRELLA Once. I was my owner's pride. And I wnlkwl bv fashion'.s side Tall and trim ; 'Tw^as a question, It is said, Wfit> would make the biggest .spread- .Me or him. Hut, he made htirried call, .�\nd he left mc in the hall One line day. Where I himg upon a hoolt, Till o siranRP hand grabbed anil tooK i^le away. What n w'carv life .sine." then. With the weather 1 have been On the 'io. r have stood "in ntany a hall. Friend in need, and free to all. Mish and low. I liave sheltered immy miss. As she toolc her partini; kiss At the gate'; .\nd have walked the street all niKbt, While henefttli n wretched wight Cursed his (ate. (I must have made lilm dry ; For he'd often stop and try Just - .sup ; .�Vuri I ctirsed him with - swear, 0SE"Cll8GllfiET8"F0B LIVER AiBOlLb WHEN CONSTIPflTEO WHEN BILIOUS, HEADACHY, SICK FOR SOUR STOMACH, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS LiCtUbridge is out to beat iL WHERE CANADA HAS FALLEN DOWN "Sir Robert Borden must stand or fall not so much by his shell cora- The Appam incident threatens in-teniational complications. The German L'jsitania policy was not put into effect in the .Vnpani's case, which has so surprised us that we can bardiy grasp the salient facts of the new situation. It will be interesting to watch the outcome. uiipcr grades had n plot. Some o( the liidi school pupils had two plots I Cause I Utiew hp didn't dare jcach, one for vegetables and one (cr \ Shut me up.) Points I "owers. In addition to these indivi-1 15 ! dual plots larger spaces, 12 feet bv'i^ow I'm cetling gray with years, �� � ....... jt'or my life lias been all tears .\nd ;i frown, Like the wreck at whose command jfiilS feet, were allotted for vines, '.iO { In the high school plots we ex-10 �: perimenteii �itli three friilizers to lion. , J,.,, The foUouing was tlic prizi^ list : I test the need of the soil lor nitrogen, j^^*^^" ^ tirade 1. tl plot to 2 pupils, prt-/.cs potash and phosphorus. In the same HioKen down, to l!c divided), 1st. Sl.OU ; 2nd, 80c.; plots we also tested thick and thin,.. , . , , iVJc; -uh, .-tOc. 1 sowing, e.g., the east and west halves V.'^,""!^'"'"';'^, '^'.^a"- , , tirade 2. (i plot to 2 pupils, prizes 'of a plot were treated with diflcrent'"^ pattering raindrops fall was I, '"''-''^' I to he ilivided),' Is'i, :>l.uu ; 2nd," sUc; � fertilizers while the north side r.ariy in the siTin- this laiul wasi;j,',^ jlic-.; Uli, ^iOc. cl.arcd, pio'j.-hn! and tlu.ioi'-!i!v cul-j tirade ;i. (1 plot to 2 pupils, prizes ........... I'-r. If.-is than iv.'cntv loa Is ni t.,-, i.^ divided), 1st, Si.iaj ; 2nd. SOc; j made bv the fertilii'cr was in the case With n sigh. .sown more thicklv than the so\Vth :f''"!' "^"�^^^' cuUivating .."�^ the water lank. The Britain is getting ready to sign a Sep- A'.;ricultur;'.l .SQcieti' ' t'i.e Wo- neace and leave her allies in nni's lu-.tilii*,-? jirovided sred ami the lurch, Germany tries to fell Rus- :noney for jri/is. Suri-ruitf:u!:-it , , , , . . far.'eld of ti.e Horaitiion Kxpenmc!!- sia and trance, Italy and the rest of t,^, j.v,,.,., i.,ii,,nii;v, assisted i,v them. Germany would like to get snuiilvjn'j: sre-^ial seed potato's for iout from under with a whole skin, is ahoiit f.'.emy i-.o'is who uiuiciiook to 'what the Huns should tell if they 'i':;!!'^"�'-'-'" 'JT''"^''!'"- v � , i lie iirc'os oiiercd hv th'e Acricul-would tell the truth. tural l-'ocielv for earii room in the - ; school '.rcre as follows : _ . , , , , , , ' 1. Best twelve potatoes from pu- Taber school garden, started only pj,.^ cardan-First nri:,e, S3.00 : src- last spring, is pronounced the best etai rrir'P. :y'X;i) ; third prize. .. in the province. The cost v.a.s only nominal, being confined to exp'^ndi- tivat."i ntaair.' b^'iiii wori-.ed into ti'!' soil. ' -,\,c.\ Ith, ;il)c. A smr.ll 'vat'^'r tan'-' was instilled at j 1. /i'plot lor each pupil), i artilicial fertilizer grew larger ' than did the soil treated with potash. | So good-bve he peas, where the soil without 'T^^'!.';':".' licial fertilizer grew larger vines Wadmap in Uoston Get a 10-cent box. Take a Cascarot tonight to clmii).''0 your Liver, Stomach and Bowals, and you will suridy feel groat .by morning. You men and womo nwho 'li.ive lieud-aclio. coated tongue, u had cold, aii! bilious, nervous, upset, botbevcd v.'ttU a slok, gassy, disorderecl Slemtach. or have Imcknelie and I'ei'I ilIT worn out. Are you keeping your' Imwels clean with Casearel-s-or merely forcing u passageway every foW tlays with salts, eiithartlc pills or'Castor nil? Cnscarcls Immediately cleansi; aiui regulate the stomach , l'onu;v,> the sour, undigested and feimontlng food and foul Bases; take tlio excess biii-froni the liver and eai'iy nit ibo coii-.slipaled waste matter and pciison from the bowels. Uemembcr a Cascart>(, tonfgiit will straighten you out by morning. A 10-eenl box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear bead and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget the children.-Advertisement. shell committee's waste of time. The , waste of money is always more or """^ less inevitable in large and baaty Transactions. The waste of fifteen months of time would be absolutely inexcusable." This from the Toronto Telegram. In view of the rumors coming out of Ottawa these days that a munitions' portfolio may be created, the statement of the Toronto Conservative organ gives some hint of the pressure ;being brought on the premier to Shake Canada up to her proper place tare for tools, cultivation of the plot In the Imperial munitions scheme. We in the spring and a -water tank. The have pointed out before bow far Aus- practical results cannot be measured tralia has outstripped Canada In the'in dollars and cents. Lethbridge manufacture ot munitions. There the I sehools could make no mistake in government took hold and threw , adopting the plan, and the s'-hool every resource behind the munitions ; board should consider it seriously, output, four state munitions factories being employed in addition to the private concerns. A little more action toward really accomplishing something in the way of a munitions output and a little loss jtfggllng of contracts for political purposes is 'What Catiada needs. And if it needs a nilnister of munitions to produce the results, let's have him. Ist, ?l.r)U ; Itli fiOc, Crad' ."i. t. .>2.n() ; -itii, Tfic. tirade (i. irA, .J2.")fl ; i'.h, (trades 7 -aijiil). Lst, >2!oii ; -Uh, ('rades il. 2nd, ,sl.OU ; ard, 7.=jc.; (1 plot for each pupil), 2iid, iSl.Sli ; :ird, SI.00 ; 1 plot for each pupil), 2nd, $2.1.11) ; 3rd, $i..")ti ; and (I plot lor each S.>..-)0 ; 2nd, i2.r)U ; 3rd, $1.00. lu and 11, (l plot for COL. HOPKINS KILLED CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How To Get Qtiick Relief from llcad-Colds. It's Spleiulidl The smith side of the plot was sown at the rate oi a PPa to everv inch'; _ The latter grew iust as large as the i Brother Also Injured in Accident at i'ormcr and npiieared to nrolecl each Clapham-From Lindsay, Ont. other more. The '.trains dealt with in this manner were flax, corn, .small i London, Full. 2.-^1.loitt.-Col. Fred-loat.s, lar;iile oi th > work savs : "'�Ve arranged the idols-over 250 in all-ns recoini.'K'nded hy Dean Howes at th'2 Summer school. T'lic encc of the community, children and tpai'hers in the work this vear will lead to even better rpsuUs next vear. As there is laud to spaie it is planned to make arrangemenl.s with the Dominion Kxperiraental Farm to have a small demonstration unit and to do considerahle in planting trees and shnilibfry. If the plans of those interested are fully realized the school carden L'rounds will l.-econic the beauty soot and an inspiration to the children and ciunmunity. ond Lieut. Uoben Holmes Hopkins, 'seriously Ini.ired In an automobile accident ."t Clapham, near Worthing. In one niiniito your clogged no."i-Irlls will open, llie air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snullllng. blowing, headache, dryness. No slruggling for breath at night; your cold or eattarh will be gone. Get a small boltlo of Kly's Creuni A'pply a little of this fragrant. un).iseptie. healing cream in your nostrils. It j penetrates through every air passage this iilternoon. They were proceed-1 of the head, soothes the inllanied or ing to Arundel on f. visit to a relative when their car skidded. Lieut.-Col. Hopkins, who was driving, was thrown out. His neck was disloeatod, and he died almost at once. How seriously Lieut. Hopkins was injured is not at present known. ARE WE OVERLOOKING A GOOD OPPORTUNITY? '1 Is Lethbridge, for want of a little | concerted effort on the part ot those I i-who should be interested, overlooking i a good opportunity to make tills city the livestock centre of the south?. In the stress of our efforts to increase | . livestock and grain production, are wo forgetting the need of marketing , facilities for the farmers who liuvo i jlyestock to market? It may be argued that the south is mostly Interested in creating a livestock industry and that it will be a year or two yet ibefore there is any great demand for a market. But, as the Herald sees it, a good marketing centre close at hand Is , an Incentive to farmers to increase their livestock holdings. During the past 90 days Hatch and Lewis, through their embryo yards here, have handled over 1000 head ot cattle, besides other live-stock. This Is (lulto a volume of 'business to centre In this city, and the industry should be'.encouraged in every pos-Bible way. Tllio need of the fair graund buildings for barracks purposes has somewhat disrupted the plans of this concern, but the Herald hopes they ivlil ho able to make other AiTangements for yards to carry on their growing business. ! ' iSeven years ago the stockyards In ..Cajgary was Blurted w:ith only one buyer. Today, thousands of bead ot ^Ivestookaro handled- through (hfi Calgary yards weekly. Lethbridge Iijuib the tamo, or a bettor clmnco to KICKED UP IN ,ASSING[ZZZ:i FOR THE BUSY MAN .r. S. Lai'"- of !':ssnx, li.-w b:eri appointed town engineer oi Harrie. Fire (h'-stroyed the .'^hore store oi lie! e. fiinl I'c A'eriifin, "Collingwood. The loss is Slt,OoO. If you were told ol a new discovery for the treatment of coughs, colds and bronchitis, as certain in its action on all chest troubles as anti-toxin is on diphtheria, or vaccination on small-pox, wouldn't you feel like giving it a trial? Especially if you could try it for fifty cents! Peps is the discovet y 1 Pepauco little labluts, neatly 'wrapped in air and genu-proof silver fuih They contnin certain Tn';dicinal ingru. diento, which, whim p!ii;ed upon tho tongue, iinmedittttjly lu.-n into vupour, and are xb once breatluid down the air passages to the luugn. On their journey, they soothe the inilamed and irriiatitl membrauoB of tho bronchial tubes, tho dolicata walls of the air paes.-iga.?, and fin'a.lly enter and carry relief and hwling to ihs oapiUarltsu and tiny air eacs in the luQgs. In a word, while no liquid or eolid nan get to the lungii and air pH^sigi-s, these Peps fumea get there dirt-rt, anil at OiJoe commonoa their work of heiiliiig. I'epu are entindy distinct; from tho old fashionod liqiiid cough cures, whitli are merely Bvrallow'.'d into ths iiloiiiaoli, and never reach the liuiL'.f. }'(i\ir, treatment of ooufc'ha and cold's is direct treat, manb. 11 you bnvg not. yattriml T'opn, cut out this artii'lo, write across it the namo and d.ito of Oiit pupcr, and mail it (with le. Btiimp to pay return poataBo) to Pops (^o., Xoronto. A free trial packet will then bo sent you. All druggists and stores �oll Paps at \'an'.'ouvpr Bar Association and Law .Suiilents' ;-,ociety u iU attend io tlie Imsii.e s intirfsts uf their members at the front. Tlie little settlemeat of Anvox has) Mrs. JIary Maggisou, of Tilbury contrihtited iitore than $12,000 for the north, is suin-j; the township for $11,'-varioiKs -.var relief funds from July to ,000 for the loss of her husband, who was killed when he fell into a deep - I drain by the side ot tiic road under-?ilrKairn's Klevator at Caledon, was I'lCath li'i.s horses. iK'stroyed by (irr-. The building con- i - taiiie.l l,.')yo bushels of wheat, oats j Physicians at the Delaware llospi- atid barley. ;tal in Wilmington, IJet., amputated a - j linger from each hand of 'a-ycar-old L'r. Thoma;; P.o-.'.c died in Cobourg I l'"-'sin Mills. The child was horn with iat the age of 75 vtars. For many 'Six lingers on each hand anil the oper-years iie practised ilentistr\ there, ation was pen'ormnl lo restore them He was also a gra:!uato in medieino to normal condition, of McCiill l.nivcrsity. The County of Wentworlli has ,in The Ontario Fur Farms Co. of Uol- overdraft of $.Tl,fi23, acording to the K'Aollen mui'oiiM membrnlie and relief conies instantly. It's just line. Don't stay stuffcd-up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Relief conies so iiulckly. �). D. lliglubothum it Co., Limited. Druggists.-Advertisement. .'�t"iii, m-ar .Mount Forest, ha.s been ihorporati'd. It is capitalizeil at SIO,-'iii'l hra'ainic black fo.vcs will he the rrincipal business. Over .1 tmarter . ii'iuri;,'s lexal, 1!)21. frai.eriiity, -.viio furinerlv oictiiiied the ' oii'ce III r.iy '-.(�lUiliir, is il;'ari, | Coiiiitv Commissioners were ap- itMJiiitid by the County Council of Tliere is talk of hrr-'dia-g .\[i(;oru 'iork. \irv\u Ccorge !'a'.;pt, MarKhaiil, goats r,!, \;iaif)h. e- ishuul as an and Hi:"-e Thomas '(Irillith. York ad.iunci, to xiii' '.vooli-'u luanuiactur-;'I'o �viisiiip, are the new commissioning indu.stry. ! ers. ' The late \'ie1orl,i pl!iii"er, (ieor'.'C ' Ste.ciis, 'v.ho �ive.s f',.ii!Ml ilw' ( in his | .home ill Hiiriisidc riiaii ni'iitlv, leit I property worth halt a million. : Daniel :\!c!.ac'Iiliii, mai'V.ijiisi employed ill the Michigan Ci' simps, St^ 'i'lioiaas, v,a'.' iat;il!v iiiinr.'ii while jOFP-rali.'ig )i large lioriiig hit. Henry .lames, the auUior, has lieen decorated with the Order of .Mfril bv King (leorgf of I''ai)rlan;l. 'I'he ur-iler has only eleven ,-^ivilian uiemheis. ! IJeir., ni the estate of th? Uiie Or, ;t,'arriil of Ingeisoll. ;>re takim: i-r >-ii-eedings to u|iset h'S IjCiiiest of $1.S,-000 to the town (or i'rotestaut hospital. One hundred and ninety-five battalions iiave now been auihorized for service oven-eis, and it is evperlei; that th" inimbrr will haM' reaoiieii or [lassf'd two liimdred beinre the end of tliis week. The Council of I.e.iinington is cir-k'uhitiiig a I'C'ition to the I.egisle.tere lasl'ring that legi.vliiiirin l;e enncted re-jdiicin." urban nuinicjpal coimcils to a mayor, reeve and tlirep councillors, ami tlnit each a'ceivti ?15b for services. linancial slatemeiit. The war is larcc-Iv to blame for this, the Council carrying insurance on all Wentworth soldiers, l-'.nceiiits for the ear amounted to S1S!J,158. Tho Ontarui License Hoard has completed its first annual tour oi the province, hearing applications tor renewal of iicenses. Tliei'e is likelihood that many licrnses will to by Cie board. The announcement, when made, will he made for the whole province, and is not exiiected for at least three weeks. Dr. I'l. F. Khinchold, �> dehtist ot .Athens, N. V., was severely in.iurcd in a peculiar manner. A piece ot a toolh which he was extracting struck him on the right eye, makiiiu an i�-iury so severe that the doctor had to be taken to a hospital. The injured TAYLOR'S GAMEi IS BLOCKED NOW FOR SOME TIME A Million Mothers behind the purest, cleanest, most nu- tritiotlS of aU cereal foods- , hcoamc infcetcil from the diseased Shredded Wheat. They have i tooth within two hours, in spite oi tested it and found it best i'^'" treatment, for youngsters, best for grown-ups-a food to work on, to play on, to think on. Contains the liie of the �wheat in a digestible form-puts gimp and ginger into the jaded body. Delicious for breakfast �with millvas found guilty ol' llintl of a (luan-tily ot grain from a farmer named r-Iirklund at Curon. ICvldonco showed that Taylor while working for Kirk-land hauled a load of grain Into Mort-lach and sold It, pocketing the proceeds iind departed. He w-us next locate at Reglna, 'Where lie had en-liBicd wltli tho (!RUi battalion. Originally Taylor, under tho niimo of .Vierrllt, enlislod with the 4(llli bat-lallon and wont to Sewoll Camp. He dHHcrled and was picked up by a liieal deloctlvo and arrestod after a dcHperalu encounter. Ho wus sent back to Sowell and court-martinllod, but cHCupod and came to Ourou. Ho offered no defence today. WORN OUT? Do you tire in the middle of the afternoon- just at the time your most important 'work must be done ? a. la Quina du Perou is just what you need--it is concentrated vitality--tlie true reconstructor of a neiT-ous system -wealcened by worry or overwork-because it represents a scientific union of pure extract of Douro grapes and Cinchona -Bark-two vital essentials of nerve repair. Big Bottle Ask YOUR Doctor All Druggists THE CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE �OAS mSTALLBO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXEiS. LODGB YOUa WHIb, Title Heeds, Mortgages, Insumnce PoUciev or other valuables in one of thest; boxen Lethbridge Branch - R. T. Bryiririer, Mgt ;