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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta bis commanding of-licors to attend. . Mayor Costello said that be knew tlie people of Calgary, after the rioting of last night, 'now wanted a more deHuito asBuranco that it would not be repeated. "I intend'to handle the situation," said tho general, "and If I fall, tho civil uuthorltioa may take it in band It thoy wish." "What If^a civilian crowd mlngloH with the soUliors in tlie rioting?" queried Alderman Hornby, "If the civilians Interfere," aalil General CruiksbankB, carefully cliooB-ing his words. "I shall have to have a magistrate ask them to disperse. It tliey don't obey, I shall know wliat to do." ^ Sir Sam's Statement, Ottawa, Feb. ta.-Questioned today concerning the riots at Calgary, Gen. Hughes stated that tho whole matter was In the.Jinnds of General Crulk Of 1 nterest t( > the FAl ?IMER THE DEHTKLCTION OF THE IIOl Si: OF C0M3I0NS shanks and the military authorities of t^^ion to what they saw. the district. No action had been ask- \ .""^l"}" ^j^"?: ha,.;er,s GIRLS! THICKEN AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HI AND STOP DANDRUFF TRY THIS! YOUR HAIR GETS WAVY, GLOSSY AND ABUN-DANT AT ONCE ed for from Ottawa. "If there are ialien enem'es out there," said General Huches, "there is ., law to coei" this situation and they can bo intetnod if it is found necessary." Welcome Chinook Routs Cold Spell (Continued fhom Fuoxt Tagi;) At Cardston Cardston, Fob. 12, (Special)--Cardston has been rescued from the grl;) which Jack liYost has bold tor tho past six weeks. ', The much-longcd for Chinook ijut In a belated appearance this morning, but he had gathered such impetus-on the way that the thermometer' was standing at 50 above at 10 o'clock, Householders are | much relieved over the coal situation which has been serious. To be possessed of a head ot heavy beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, waVy and free from dandruff Is merely a matter of using a little Dander-Ine.' ^^^^a^'ai^^^r^ll! 'Sl^iBter above,,?ero, and dropping as At Pincher Creolt PIncher Creek, Feb. 12.-(Special) -This district :is in the midst of what is the nearest-thing to an old-time Chinook that has been experienced in many moons. After a snow storm which practically lasted a week with tho'-thermometer unable to re- nico, soft get a 25-cent bottlo ot Knowlton's Danderlno how-all drug btores recommend It-apply a little as directed and within ten ihsre will be an appearance ot abumlance, freshness, fluftlness and on Incomparablo gloss and lustre, and try as you will low as 25 below at night, it Is very welcome. The government thermometer registered 18-beIow last night and at a o'clock this morning the chlnook hit here, and at 7.^0 29 above was recorded. Farmei-8 and stockmen aro you can "not find a trace of dandruff .jubilant Tal- it', will be a welcome or falling hair; but your real surprise ! change for stoclc which In some cases win be after about two weeks' use, i are showing signs of the e.vtrome when you will see new hair-fine and 1 hardships, owin^ to the continued downy at first-yet-ibut roally new hair-sprouting out all over your scalp-Danderlne is, -we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cure for Itchy scalp and It never fails to stop falling hair at once. It you want to prove how pretty and oft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth with a little Danderlne and care-lully draw it through your hair-taking one smadl strahd at a time. Your hair win be soft, glossy and beautiful In Just a few moments-a delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this.-^Advertisement. severity of the weather. JOHN TOLIVIIE, EX-M.P., FORMER PROMINENT PATRON, IS DEAD Kincardine, Ont., Feb. 11.-^John Tolmle, ex-M.P., Is dead. John Tolmle, of West Bruce, son of Alexander Tolmle and Mary Fra-ser, his wife. Born August 30, 1S45, at.;Balgoun, in Laggan parish, Scotland. Educated In the common schools of Scotland. Married in 1883,Maggie H. Patterson ot Lucknow, Bruce county. Was two years councillor and four years reeve of Br.uco township; one year deputy reeve and two years mayor of Kincardine. Was a salt manufacturer. Elected to House ot Commons at general election 1890, nnd re-elected at tho general election of 1900. A Liberal. THE SENAYE f^EFUSES TO ADJOURN FOR A WEEK Ottawa, Feb. il.-The senate today rejected a motion for a week's adjournment. Hon. Mr. Lougheed said that under the circumstances which existed the government felt that If the senate adjourned It .should be subject to immediate recall, by telegrams in case ot emergency. ,' Several senators expressed tho opinion tliat-tf 'there was likelihood of emergency {)uslness arising, it would be better ,the senate shoijld not adjourn, , The motion to adjourn was defeated, 20 to 11. Tlie drug store and Bell telephone central in Hepworth were destroyed by nre.__ _. Wash Away Skin Sores To tho many siifterers of skin disease. D.D.U, tho Uquid wasli, has become a household word. They know It Is. reliable and they can depend on It, they do not hesitate to recommend It to their neighbors, It has proved foiTus of Eczema." It Is a gomrlolde that Is harmlesB to the most delicate forms of Eczema. It Is a germicide Bkln, but still It is ottective and quick In action. Jt you are a sufferer from Bktu diseases. Including ulcers, pimples, scales, crust or Kozema In any form, this remedy, win not disappoint you. It has stootl the tost and to-(Ipy la tho' master preparation for all skin' dlaoasos. coinl aw.d is Ktronsly ad,(K'nted hy ! iiiu.c S. llau'i;., writing in CaiupbcU's !-'.cicn-tific Farmer, In wliieli he Siv, s it is iir\| ,*s,sil)l. to i roiUice nood ciopa un- I less KocJ sied is usud. 'l he soil mav be kit llie I).-si (iU!il,tv imuI it may e prn;iur?(l in the most ihoiuunti manner, the supidy of moistur; niay hj ample, the s:'axnn may be the mobt fav(.rahlc, � n', all tlics? coiint tor little if wovUiitSs se (i is planted. r inrfo of ciu,,b. The small '!ii:.s ar;' ;.it c ed by tlic smuts to c i\;i ea ui lliat it, is unwise to v ei- , l-mt \en low in cjorminating power as some otlicr crops, but it will usually pay to make n rer'uination test, especially of oats ami hariev. neforo piant-Ine;, thoy should always he rim through the fanning mill to remove germinate might as well be made ot dirt, weed sMds, and broken wood lor all the valve thoy arp to planl. A HOod crop cannot bo obtained without � yvti\>M stand, and it is impossible to get a S'lO'l stand from seeds that will not germinate. The onlv safe way is for farmers to lost u cry lot ot seed bef'ts planting, un'ess tlioy are certain Its ger- smaU kernels. '1 hoy should always 00 treated for smut according to directions .alre?idy given. It would nay each larm&r to im-provo his so d iiy selecting the heads of n number of desirah'e plants and nlanthig thorn in h i�"''clal seed garden to furnish seed latijr tor the cn- tho Drcs-' indioations of good milking qualities ' with special attention pain to the uddor, loin, skin, barrel,' ttc. Hut no matter how ak'illcd the export judge of dairy 'quality' in a cow may te, ho is not infalliblo as to the .'imQUiit of hard cash that anv one cow, in the herd will earn in a year. lio.inay be, tho ordinary dairy farmer, too, may bo considerably mistaken in. his -jiidgment. One system will give him accurate results, that ot sehollo'n ijy diiiry records. It is Pasy to wcigh and sample, it is easy and n'^'' a '"^ tiguref for each cow, it is oasv to compare such totals, and it is eminently siUlstnctory to know for certain which cows arc host to keep and breed frpm. Now is the time to net, pronare to '0B> records all .s-^ason ; write tlio dairy dl- is.'on, CXI;a\va, for free milk record for"-s, either three timts por inatUig power is u-ood. It Is too tire farm. It this were continued ov- Tr i V T'^v Ot^^^^^^ te to malto tlin test after the seed orv v-r it would result In much hair '-'^^ "'^^-' V^w^a. to he poor. Plant Best Variety tanners will cnrctuily .Mfalfa . All^iXWn seod is o'ten rothir low gerninating power; so this lias been planted, and the stand fnuiid tor strains of groin. ' ' EXAMPLE OF LAPOR E'FFICIENOY rrmclcucy ot tarm Inbnr Is often as I ........_____ .................. in 'niportaht as Its distribution, Two study gerninating pov,'er ; so this point �ovnlow., Thoy did so, J. , uAjV-'^l-i.t.p M.i!! ' of unv�c'o") lor all 'onditiou!), hut a faUqsee;l growers "to suJ-.-tt strains and to their :'ro8t snrprlHo one man 1-or BdlechafHfje,': wliij wau ttiouahi co-inr.m.t' s^^o'i'd Ir.' to linri tho vloldiP" n Inrge ampunt of stcA ro- nnd three hor.jes oasiiy plowod thnio loKt in tno-Otl^}Wa flro, but was lo- vfrioties of u.Th oroi) best suitrd to: ifsinlloB-i at tho forain nriuhiccd. It ncros pec rtav, Tlu'." plowed ns much 1 catcd Intel, , its ncjds. U is Ijotter tor a com-, miifit ho kept in miniithat altalta is nu two moii and lour Uorsos bad pro-1 Since shortly after the German invasion, the Belgians have depended for food entirely on the " Commissioa for Relief in Belgium". Their own store of food, even if not destroyed or pillaged, would last only three weeks--they have had no chance to raise more- and the ruthless Germans refuse to supply theml Backed by the �o generously contributed in the British Empire and the United Stales, the neutral Belgian Relief Commission Has imported enough wheat, (loitr and other foods to feed the whole nation -�o far. Th'e great majority of the 7,000,000 Belgians left in the country have beep able to pay for their daily allowance of bread-'but a steadily growing number have no money left. Unless we are willing to let these hundreds of thousands of women, children and old, men starve, they must be fed at the expenje of the Belgian Relief Fund. To make this possible someone must contribute nearly $3,000,000 a month-every month-all this winter! No people under the Allied Flags are as well able to contribute generously rs we Canadians! No^cause has ever been more deserving of h Jpl In the name o' JmsIicc and Humanity^-for the sake of our own self-respect-let us give all wc can to help our martyred AlliesI Chequoo'to be made PoyahIo to "THE TREAaUREflf BEUQIAN, Ri;i,.IEF FUNO, 69 St. Petep^Stfeot, Montreal; or to local eommlttoos. * Hr,''."i- FQcds A Belgian Family A Mo^t||' 7625 ;