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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta rr.onc'Ani THF LKTHBKiiyjE DAILY IILHALD PAGE NINE WORLD FAMOUS SHRINE VICTIM OF THE FLAMES ROME, Benedict tcday received a report from ulgnor Andre Oil. archbishop of Loroto. showing the losses of Irru-' plauublo religious treasures In a die In the Ohlesa. Cmu Santa In Loroto. The loss throiiRh tho burning o( the church which ohel- the world famous shrine, ac- cording to Catholic tradition tho early home of Christ in Nazareth, estimated at moro than 000 gold lire. The shrine and the priceless of tho Virgin were reduced to ashes." No traco or the prec- ious cedar wood of which ttio was made was left. Other artistic and religious treararei destroyed Included altar, decorated with precious HtmiM and a sacred dish, BUppoud to have belonted to the Holy Fam- ily which was lined with (old worked by Cellini. Two silver busts representing St. Anne and St. Joseph, the silver bells on both Bides of the statute of the and tho votige lampi of gold anil silver were completely melted. The fire Is believed to hare started In a wardrobe containing two other dishes once used by the Holy Family and also a cannon ball which was fired at Pope Julius II in the year 1505, bnt which, ac- cording to tradition, did not touch the pontiff because of the Inter- vention of the Virgin Mary. Prof. Hutton Joins Train and Talks Greatly Interested Only kttMyi OM purify DM j biM the immigration from .Scotland totalled and from Ireland Immigration was fairly heavy from rich, succulent food for stock. Com-. both as a grain crop and as a inunity blowers (an Implement for'crop, adding rape with it. lifting ensilage Into the silos) were suggested. If trench silos are i from the flgiirns of tlu1 previous year, but tho greatest den-ease In tho A majority of the immigrants who oani'i to Canada in 1920-spttlnd in On- tariri anil tho ligures show that On- tario's population was increased by immigrants and goods from the I'r.iicd States last year. MOTHER] "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Mr. Craig told tho farmers that a LEAGUE DISCUSSES DISARMAMENT Accept Symp of Flgi rfoV lire iiame Calfforala 09 the package, then you are sure your child 13 baring the best and molt liannleis physic for the little storaaci, I'.ver and bowels. Children Jove., iti fruity ,taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California.1.1-- Advertisement. IBB. Fruits of Summer Ready Now QUAKER BRAND JAM adds balance to the day's meals. The salts and iron are nature's tonics. The wonderful neaa of flavor in Quaker Jam is. put there hy the sunshine and purt) Hlr of the Paciilc. ASK YOUR GROCER DOMINION CANNERS B.C.LTD. HEAD OFFICE' VANCOUVER. 8. C. superiors. Our Medicine Hat farm lias haif splendid results ivilli i rye. R.iuo, also a. good succulent fod- der, has basn produced with gratify- iug the deputy minister.'" Other at this point Prof. Bedford, E. M. Shirk. Do of the "C. P..R., 'Hugh Mclnlosh of Macleod, and E. H. Strickland of tlie'To, Lethbridge experimental station. PARIS, .Feb. of the Geneva assembly of the League of Nations regarding disarmament vero taken up by the council of the league at today's session here. Par- ticular consideration was given the aseembly's recommendation that the I As at the other meetings there powers, limit thew armament budgets a spirit here, of determination to make for the next two years to amounts not exceeding those .expended last year. The council's sitting today was priv- ate, but was not surrounded with the same degree of secrecy Big Customer of U. S. The t'nitecl States led the countries in shipping goods to 'Canada, for the months enrlecl January, 1921. tho figures wore agaimit .11 There'was a striking ssion, when the.Uhited States notes on were under coasidera- tion. consideration of this communication has been postponed, pending the recelprof instructions by the members of the council from their respective governments. i g in- crease in the purchases from Britain. :Total imports were against in the previous 12 months. Other countries which marie, sub- stantial gains in shipments of mer- good, to stick with the country, to j chamlise to Canada auring the 12 j reduce crop acreage but' months ended January 1921, wore Brit-1 the acreage better. Grassy Lake faces sh West Indies with 'over ?15 nun ooo- of Enviable i Reputation l crop year with more confidence Cuba Prance as a result of the. visit of the govern- and Belgium with ment and C. P. R; speakers. The team work policy of all the factors in- terested, in the development of the country along .sound, permanent lines is in operation. "It is the thing we've needed for a good'' many ob- served a farmer. as he left the car. "When you eat let it be the Best" WAGSTAFFE'S Pineapple Marmalade Celebrated Bramble Jelly Ginfer Marmalade ARE GREAT APPETIZERS IN SILVER PANS for Them Tllere was an increase of close to In our exports to tne Un- ited States. Our exports to tlui Un-! Red Status wevo against i the pravloua year. Exports to Great Britain fell 1'rom in the 1919 period to In tlio year- ended .January, 1921. Belgium showed the chief in- crease in purchases from Canada dur- ing 1920. Merchandise shipped lo that country was valued at 5-15.741.730 r.s against tile previous year. Exports to Italy increased from 000.000 to Table ts Salt Says Tanlac-Made a New Man of fetter, Better and Feels Better in Every Way. "t not only eat better, sleep better and feel better since taking Tanlac but I" have also gained fifteen rounds since r started on it." said Harry Brndte, well-known store-keeper, who lives at 1565 12th Ave., Hegina, Sask. "About three years ago my leg was amputated and 1 was in the. honpHal fop ten months. 1 have always beer, used to tho active, outdoor life of a fanner, and after r hart to give that up my health was luver the same. My digestion became upset that every- thing I ate would He on my stomach like a lump of load, :md gas wnnM .lium and mite, me diszy. I had a constant burning SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE j LEARNING TO FIflHT WEEDS AND BUf; PESTS j (Ry a Staff Reporter) i TABER. Full. 24.--The school child-! ren are not ix-inc; neglected ulonu- tho i route of tho KpecM. Tin? as-i sistance children can render in clean. ing up tha farms of tjie soitlh is fully j realized, also in. lighting tho various' crop jwstp. i W. H. Wright, of Calgary, mi oflir-j ial of tho seed branch, didh-fr-Ml tilll'1-1 ly addresses Iwforo the children at j Grassy Lake uml at Taber. a f beautiful lot of kiddies. ous and orderly, gi-ootod the j Mr. Wright told tho children tn idviiitify [In- "onunon v.-neds. [If' pointed on! Uial. arc in-rd j to classify Mime timo.s a.s v, ild j are not always hlark. i A lively dis.liKslull of j outworrns innf ifthor v.-as ducted by IIr. Strickland. The child-j ren's meeting hrre was a complete i I success. I !T IS FACT and not theory, that every drop I of rich, nourishing f oott'sEmulsioo! is readily utilized by the system in build- ing up strength. Scott A Bovne, Toronto, OnU I ALSO j Ki-rioiOS i (Tablets or Granules) I RELIEVE I INDIGESTIONS my stomach ir.) bad at times that 1 couldn't retain JAP COLONY HELPING ahy kind of food, and I also sufl'cre from constipation. "Finally I began to notice other people were Retting such good I results from T.inlac and I decided to give it a trial. Today I am on my fifth bottle and am like 'a diftar- ent man altoRethcr. I e n gooil appetite and can eat anything I want and never suffer with heartburn, pain or gas afterwards-.. I bavo lost that tired fueling and my whole- has boon benefittcd. The constipa- tion is relieved and it is many a Ions day since I felt1 HO well. I am glad of tills opportunity to say a good word for Tanlac and urn sure that anyone who sives it ii fair trial will set good results." Tanlao Is sold In by .r n. Hlginliotliam Co., Limited, Druu- IN RAYMOND "BEE" TO REPAIR STREETS RAYMOND. Feb. wo Minn day. niug all busy al. the pit. The I wort; on th'1 streets was rusumod on 1 ay and will continue until Fri-j Jap colony am doing ilioir hi! toward road improvement. The .Japs j have Uventy-oiio teams in. work. The i town people Cecd their teams and fur tiiHh meal tickets free -.vhilo road is on. it is splendid to see the r-nthusiusiu i and comnuniity spirit in Llie -work done by Raymond's citizens Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Musterolc. And Musterolc won't blister like the Gid-fasiiioneil mustard plaster. Just spread it on with your fingers. It penetrates to the sore spot with a Xjcnile tingle, loosens the congestion and draws out the soreness and puiu, is a cleau, .white oint- nc-iit made with oil of mustard. It is for quick relief from sore thror.r, bronchitis, tor.silitis, croup, neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, pains and aches of the back or joints, blaina, frosted feet, colds on the chest. Nothing Musterole forcroupychjl- dren. Keep it handy for instant, use. JUMPS THROUGH WINDOW OF TRAIN GOING 45 MILES HOUR, WOMAN UNHURT BROCKVILLE, Ont., Feb. Jumping through the window of Grand Trunk train while It was tnrvelllnu at