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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i*A6B FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1916 -�--------" i III. �.........''"-�"� XetDUriDoe, HlDerta DAILY AND WEHKUY ICC aoreRge of wlient tills year than^last. Saskatchewan is going to sow a smaller acreagp of wheat this year than last. Manitoba Is Kniiij; to sow a smaller aorenga of wlioat tliiti year than last. Ontario is ^oins: to sow n sninllor Rcreixffe of nil crop? tliia year than Inst. Toli'griiphic iu'�:i of orop liniita-Itlnns at Koed timo roiirescnt n base Subiterlptlon Ra^as: Bally, delivered, per week . tXOly, delivered, per year ......|5.00 ; >i"ns ' - ...... t)*t)v, by mall, ner N-ear........$J.OC ! t'.rm of national ir.siatltuae for tho Wookly. by mail, per year ......?1.00 ,'"nu.ly ^!�o.vtfro.! cr. t'sls country __ I in the hnrvssl of I'-Ur.. j A (imallor ncioust' is lielns seedml l(io�n In Oiit.'irlo uiul the mcsI. i Wliy ? I'coausij of a luck of man power. WRECK or FRENCH. IlESTROYER JLOUIS. That alluseil Inuk is i\n excuse, not a reason. ; Cynadix would sulTei- from no lack TELEPHONES Business Office ........... Editorial Office ........... W. A. Buchanan John Torrane* Maaaslng Director Huslness Manager | of mnn vowtr to seed down an even � . . .....-' l.'iret'r :uria>;i> than the urea of Inst year's harvest ii Canada were not afTllcteil witii a laol; of brain power at Ottaivn. 'Hie Southr;ni jiress. which controls .sevoia! ilalUe.s In ho;h east and west, ioui ii-ing and Countryi�eed Vou Right Now Might not some of the haphazard. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR With R rush which carried theraiP"t-- � usefully cmijloyed who could be better j Bpared than he, but they do not move, | po he dnes. No 'doubt he knows that j there ousht to be intelligent discrlrol. ! nation in enlisting men and with- [ drawing them from the arts and In- , (lustrles, but there Isn't, and so he flocldes to go." The Toronto Telegram lashes out viciously against the recruiting methods ol Sir Sam Hut^ea: >, Alberto, ^ golDS to sow it, spaUtK Hilaire Lauzon, chauffeur, convicted of manslaughter In connection with the death of Edwin J. Elliott, who was run over by an automobile driven by Lauzon on the night of December 5, and died shortly afterwards, was sentenced by Justice Lavergne at Montreal to thirty months In the penitentiary. The bullet intended for the heart ot ; Gunner Burgoyne of the British field i artillery, who lives in Oldham Road, iBradsley, Ashton-under-Lyne, I.,anca-shlre, entered the back of a Bible (the gift of his mother-in-law,) It penetrated as far as the first chapter of St. Mark's gospel, and Its nose rested on a celluloid botok-raark in tho form of a floral cross. Gunner Burgoyne was getting the range for tho guns, and a German soldier fired at him. The Bible was in the pocket immediately over his heart. NINE MEMBERS ARE HONORARY COLONELS SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone should drink hot water with phosphate in It, before breakfast. backed by Infiuentlal automobile own-1 ^yhen you fir-St notice a cough- ers for the construction of a garage, ,, . i..,. .. , , . ., costing approximately ?3000. Other even that little tickling m the throat, buildings of less proportions are which some think is a "mere cold", it planned. j may mean .serious trouble for you, be- Farmlng Operations I cause the dust of the mines often brings Next week will see farming opora- bronchitis, pneumonia or consumption Irict" l^nrZf a1=''as u'rge t," I ^'-"i" ^^^^ farmers contemplating "stubbling In" | What you need-and need at once-some of their land. With an abund- is a bottle of Scott's Emulsion to ance of water In the aoil this should check the cough and help the linings prove reasonably safe, according to of the bronchial passages to prevent farmers well informed on the subject. : gickness and loss of "time" There is little likelihood of a labor i sicKness ana loss oi time . shortage. Most ot Raymond's boys now In uniform intoiui returning to assist In putting in the crop ho that the possibility of danger from that quarter is not great. Teacher to Leave i This will be tho last term for Bernard Smith as principal of the Ray- In Scott's Emulsion you get ptire cod liver oil blended with glycerine and hypophosphites which quickly improves your blood, fortifies your lungs and builds up your strength. It is free from drugs. Physicians prf-cribe it every day. Beware of substitutes. Scott & nowne, Toronto. Ont 15-37 BRIG.-GEN. LOWTHER I Former military secretary to the Duke ' -jf Connaught in Canada, who is now :;hief of Staff under Lord French in :ornmnnd of British home forces. Irresistible! In yi, 1 and 2 pound can.s. Whole-fcround- pulverized- also Fine Ground for Percolators, CKASE & SANBORN. MONTREAL, 16S Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Yonr Bills by Cheque There is a decided advantage In depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk ol keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH . O. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager Ottawa, March 23.-Replying to a question by Hon, Charles Marcll, Mr, ICemp in the house today stated that since tho outbreak of the war, nine members of tho commons have been appointed honorary llouteuant-colonela The nine are Lleut.-Cola. G. W. Fowlor, n. 13. Tremalne, John .Stanfleld, J. J. Carrick, W. P. Cockshutt, James Arthurs, S. J. Donaldson, Sam Sharpe and Geo. H. Uradbury. f^leut.-Cols. Stanfleld, Cockshutt and Uonaldson have not yet drawn anything tor pay or exponaes. With regard to Lleut,-Col. Carrick the acting minister stated that the department is awaiting Information from Kngland In regard to the amount he has drawn. Lieut.-Col. P'owler particularly has drawn ?12'ii3 pay and $221 expenaos; Lieut.-Col. Tremalne has drawn �C35 pay and $178 expenses; Ijleut.-Ool, . Arthurs has drawn $466 pay and