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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIR MARCH 0, 1917 For Feeble Old People Vinol Creates Strength because it contains the very elements needed to replace weakness with. strength, viz: Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and'. Manganese Pep- tonates, ,Glycerophosphates, etc., with 'a'mild tonic wine. This is a splendid combination to restore strength, vital- ity and vigor. It hns given ninety per cent satisfaction for sixteen years. Experimental Farms Note, From tlio osperlcnco gained la scv- cm! L'anaillnn cllles.uuj (owns dun llio fo'w' ycnra fu utilizing vaoaul late" for garden purposes, ibe 'allowing 'ufethoils' are susscstcj [01 lioso.wlio'tavo not yot imJerlaken Full Formula on Every Bottle Is always sold with n definite gunnintee to return the purchaser's money i( It fails to give satisfaction, Very feiv bottles are returned. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 81 CO., DRUGGISTS, LETHBHIDGE, ALTA. i Also :tht best druggist in all Alberta towns. HARRY LAUDE'K A NEW ROLE- GENTLE LOVER. -AS YE .1ETHODS SUGGESTED FOR UTIL IZLNG VACANT GROUND FOR GARDENS. .his wor 1. jVn lioulj OlUwa, Dominion has men overseas (or forestry work. Kreal llrKahi wauls moro. Sborliigo of I'orls 'has necessitate! greater et- forts wllliln Ibe borJers -of Greflt DrllalD and au .ciiilargo ou'timber liuporis lias -couipelLeJ tho. Iiiifcrlal authorises to supply I heir needs at licuie. WARNED AGAINST OVER RESTRAINT (Sketch) hard lo keep from pissing bo careful not tr over exert yourself. TRUEI formed, on the oicciitlYe committee of which fire, 'at least, two meit or WOULCU, uhd DTO cnlliuslriElIc will ic willing lo Jevolo eouio, (Jiuo (o oohtng aHcr the prcpiirnllou o( llio and Die laying out ot the plots. 2. Owners or vacant Iniiil should J'Q Invited lo offer giicJi property lor ;Rriloii making. 3.' Asjuuilrrs a- tilrlv uuinber ot lots liavc- hccij offered by ciielr owners, i( slipuJd be widely ad- vctclsed Is avail' to any cJiizoii who wJll btf willing to work ft, experieoco baring shown lhal nil classes.In the roiumuiiltv arc lutorcsted in Mils J. It has been learned: by'.oVppr--.. Ituuo thai it is ImportftDt (or tho or- never layghs a bit. euulzallon to, al'least, ylough and' ToHaugh 'al nothing's belter Ihfttt harro'iv the land .for the; plol holders' iliQ first year- Few persons who have not ooue nuy gardening before can bo induced to prepare for Bceil EowiDg ou their- own- Initiative, 5. Tberc arc (our methods oy which funds may ha ralscj to prc- yare tlie Jand. (a) Ily an appeal Lo wealthy clt- EDS tor contributions. (h) Uy a grant [roiu Iho city or town 1C uecesEary, on the uti- derslandiug thai the money will be returned the. plot holders when they imvc harvested their first crop, (c) The city" or town A gJsslcr's hctVcr Lhan a roan. To worri1 over U. might appoint a commUtc'o lo carr; out such wort, Ih'e city to aid in ev- ery possible wey, lu order thai a movement of lliis may have at easl the greater sympathy ot the Thla (a a H Cheers." wllh Cnaancey. H picture ot H Miss, Ethe." rry Lauder posing as Angus JIcAngua In. "Thre Levey play log the part of the designing Lad TELLS OF PHU fllOJl i-'lluNT provincial toUffriiuoHl did not' take'BtoLiB (o drive (ho company luto bankruptcy, (hoy were couilemucd wliiio tha looked upon ilia Dominion government nntrlols." "There IB only QUO ,lhlng proceeded Iho premier, "which 'iho iblo member referred lo of any and that was lu rcgnrd lg tho question of an election. He Ins Blronit I gather on llmt ques- tion should iMKigfiio from (lie CM- neel intiuner lu ivhlch lio referred lo It, bo feels very strongly m unit n halt ibo there has been lu regard to Election "Mr. Speaker, I will Icavo U lo Iho honorable gentleman himself, lu his calm momenta to decide" la moat respousiblcMii regard lo this tntk of 'When wo realize tbul dur- ing tlie. whole ot Ilia last session, tho opposition wore out every- tlilug jiossjblo Ihnl coutci .'lie utilized In iho way of headlines- and koiK strong before Iho public. "They evi- dently hail election In. (heir minds al that tlu'.e. Tholr ucwspapers began talklny elections fimncdfntal? nfisr- Ii 1 'am-correctly Informed tlio leader cf tho opposition wag llio Clrsl fitting member to be rc-nomlnaUd If I am hi formed llio Cou servattvo party wcro responsible lor tho, first nomination'In this country nnd Ihet lu seat of au cull Etc EoliIIer. 1'oruaps It was. Lrecsus'u tic was a private soldier llioy thought ho was UQt entitled .Lo tlio E.iiiio cons Id oration IhtU tho officers who etillstei previously wcro. Another member o Ihe liouso. I atu Informed, >vns direct Ijr rcsuonslbJo for scattering amou, the farmers-campaign literature..Thos are Ihe gentlcuiun 'who havo Iho of It Is about Iho averago conslnictton with thai class of polc line, bul he would mislead us fay making the aver- age up wtih auolhor class of construe- (Ion altogether. This was practically Lhc same kiml of construction done during all lue previous years. The same kind of construction, be slated; officials, ft would seem s meeting. By charslns .each plot hoVJer small 'nmount, for preparing t lie- lot forJ him. The last method Is Ihe one .which.is ikely to he the most satisfactory lor lost cities and towns and is tho one: econimeuded here. For Information in regard to rules bylaws the readc1-.. is referred to ha accounts of the ttork of'the sev- ral organizations In 'Canada referred o in a bulletin being printed.by the Joiulnioa us In It (here vill, no doubt, be "found sufficient iuzgealians lo enable bylaws to be Iruwniup for particular-needs. Boy Scouts Can Hetp.Y Boy Scouts can be made very 'ul Ln encouraging garden-making and of Tacant lots! In p'.tar.'a :bcy .were employed in 1015 b'y Ibe Public Health Committee of the Local Council of Women "I u 'deliver ves- crable seeds which. "donated for the, purpose.of encouraging Ibe poorer people lo make Seed can be obtained in bulk at rale than in be put up in packages-by Scouts. Tho Scouis also delivered pamphlels on Vegetable Gardening.1 .This, personal touch much, It-.is believed, to decide tbosc to make .'gardens .who iiad. beer, in doubt, as many people would accept pamphlels if broueht to them, not lake Ihe trouble lo get them, I A fireman's helmet invented In'.Ger- many can be connected with a. line of fm MOTHERS 12 o'clock it ujtt Bidr fcu a Creupy Y6u who have liad cipeiienceknowthe value nt a time like tills o( having.a iclnc on hand you cnrMrust. Tor 47 years triovjuindf ..of 'mothers .have relied on' SHlllOH iii all auch emergencies. Il'i reliable, you cun depend on its 'he It is pleasant tolakd'ChUdrcnloveit.'Iiisceonom- leal bccausoof theiTnaUncl. oflHti For the lame teatcn ShiloK docinot upielthc (tomach. A bolltfi of ShiloK today may prove the inveilnient you made. pOUCHS ,2Sc, SOc 'uJll.OOl fronlery to get up hero and nccuso. this government of treason to the em- pire, b ecu use lorsoolli they tlihitt thcro may }bQ a (mESlblUly of nn Th0 omplra will, concliiiled HID premier, "whothpr an election ho holU in Alberta tlits year or Ihc nexi and 1 have no hesitation in lo'.llng (ho monilera of lUo.hou.c In regard to It, It will be fixed for Ihe lima that most coiu'cnlcnl for llio hard ivijrklng: iplD of Iho provluco to get to tho liolls and cast thoir votes.''" Tho prerqlor then resumed seat amldEt loud applause [roin Iho Liberal hcnchos. 11. It. Crawford, Slraihcona, and J. L. Cole, Grouard, afterwards Bpoke. 11. raUcrsou. Muclood, moved the ad- Jourimicnt of llio doD'ate. constructed lino, fro.il Vermilion lo pole miles 175 wire miles at an average rosl of per pole mile. there was tho Coron- alion lo Monitor line, uolc inUes 3S miles tapper wire, wllh an aver- nee cost o: 3JiJ5.12 rcr pole mile, malt- ius a tolnl or uillcs of cop- per and pole' miles, of iron wire This is the average kind of construction car.-iej on throughout the country, and thai has been car- ried on far a numcer of years. arc special circumstances In connection, with some of tho Hues, the premier continuing ex- plained, "there were 101 Vt polo miles of extra lines lhal cost which not Included in that average he- cause that part, or the system hid more'than n single lif.e. It was'con- strucliou in which the wlte was Ihe expensive part. That was in addition and makes uu. the total of miles." There -svere 15 mllea of pole lino leading out from Ihe city of Edmonton to Fort a very-expen- hose in sucli a manner j he. can he burroanded by a failing curtain 01 -To fepabie :runners lo eiercise at home Ihe.purpose in- vented treadmill lhal can he folded in- to small space for storage -when not in use. Special Prices on Sunkist Cpecial shipments, dircft from California. Luscious, Sunkist uniformly good now ready for the special Orange Day sales in your local stores. Convalescent) hack from overseaj should Sunkist Oranges. They need the organic salts and acids that orangei contain to aid digestion, and bring the blood and tissues back to normal, Buy Sunkin by (he box. Uniformly good as Veep. Let Cringe Dijr be the day you begin to oat oranfts every day. Oranges 'for Health" Uniformly Officn: sivc piece ot construction tor tlie pur- pose of taking care of 'he long 'dU- Inrice lines leading out Ibe eastern part of Ihe province, and upon those 15 mile.5 .of poles, which themselves vrcre more than'ordinarily "expensive, there were.SOS miles ol heavy copper wire, so thai thcse'15 miles'cost 033 or a mile. Those 208 miles of heary copper wire were ab- solutely necessary Lo give the service Ihe srstcm trieg give. ,Thia wHl TjriDg to tbe fhlraters ot-tbe houso. some Wea of the difficulty of arriving nt pcrccnlaEes as to the cost of tele- phone With a. single piece of line and a single wire you can find what it costs. But the aver- age'over a larigc portion ol country cannot be taken by miles of poles or number of telephones. "If you slop lo think, you, cannot ilo it even in retire] to a city like Ed- monlon -A number o[ telephones iu one portion of the city might be very- expensive yet th'e number In a single apartment block might cost ]ual the same as the telephones in a number of scattered houses. "Thai Is system, as it exists. N'o system of averages help you- The, only way oul. Is to sec that each particular Job la none at the least possible cost. But the Idea of taking an average Job of rural con' slnictlon vrlth two lines of Iron wire with a Job ot 15 miles of o[ copper wli-e. that cost a mile and saying all (lie construction In country averaged ?13QO a mile 13 an absolute absurrflly and one would not have thought the leader of the oppo- sition would have Identified ht.iiself with il for the purrosc of even scat- tering tfic Impression Inroiienout the country that tbe government waa sr.uanderlng money In the building of these telephone lines. "All the criticism there hag said. Ihc premier, "In regard to the telephone department, has been con ducted In the same way, looking foi Items (bat n-duft) make n good head line In the papers and would con vincc Ihe pubHc'lbal the waa siuaDdcrlng 'money in telephone cODslrucl.'on. .-I am virtually EMisflcd although construction la not going on the way we would like to have It, be cause of circumstances over which thi dcparlment has no control, for Ih purpose cf satlafylDE the people 0 StlLL 1 am satisfied Ib pcotlc fed (boy arc gelling a scrvk Infinitely than anywhere In Ih ciriljzca world, end absolutely eatls (led with tha way llm tclcrbonc lem Is The Railway S'luallcn DcaHnp rrlih tbe railway alluAtlon Premier Slfion pointed out thai no one single mile ot the A3QQ mllei th learicr Of thoroppositlon said bat! bcc built without guaranties, with the ci ccplion of 750 conslniclcd by the Can ad ?.n I'atffLC railway hid htcn without provincial cr gua fttilecs. He also reminded (he lea cr of the opposition of the bonus Ih Canadian Pacific railway had recel cd and the land giv-nts liad o tafnetl Tor (he cotutmcllon of the In the pra'rle provinces. regard the Canadfan Xorthcm railway, 1 clnimcil IhM Ihc protlnclal gover mcnt was Just doing the -is I Dominion government and yet 1 .si Hi Note' Music- rt feHitoltheDay: i rhythm, the swing, tlie J_- tuneful charm ;of Hawaiian inspiration of most of .f and dance successes that' the country is wild about today. 'Here are the biggest of. them all: MY HAWAIIAN SUNSHINE Cotarto "My'Hawaiian sung by Sam Ash Robert Lewis, tenors, is a record that will make instant hit rich "Hawaiian" blending oj male voices, a tuneful "melody, ftus a singing giiilmr to furnish a Hawaiian accompanimrntl i On Ihe mem At Jolson himuljiings Mg Landau turns f, "The Brakm Doll." MY LOLA LO Columbia Heard Lonely Loll Lo" a pulsc-slimng gudmntad make almost anyone I casianels, rhythmic belt-pissaees, and bard-music so good you just can't resist it. "The Dance of Ihe en Ihe reverse, is a fox-lrot thit made'as great a hit as Ihe famous "dancing twins" it been named YADDJE, KADDIE, KIDDIE, KADD1E, EDO tirumtiiz Sana The "real thing" in Hawaiian nsusiO; rtvcn to the snft guitar song (if Hawaiian lamfiurds and lore, iung wilh infectious, g.iy enthusiasm by the famous Knickcrboclser Quartette. On the other side: "Twas Only an Dream, splendidly rendered by the famous Empire Trio. _ V Ask your Columbia dealer to play these and other popular ;'and then you will know why people are buying Columbia Records of popular hits. "Hearing is 51 New Columbia Records on sale ffia 20th of'every month. GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC Next Dallas Holel 'ALL1N CO, -LI The Drug-Book Store Phone ;