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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta srx THE LETHHRIDGK DAILY HEHAM) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915 This Advertisement may induce you to try the first packet of II but we rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour and quality to make you a permanent customer. -We will even offer to give this first trial free if you will drop us a postal to Toronto. 11113 MOTHER OF EDITH CAVELL Lreek is Winner m Debate I'inclior Crock, Nov." debate between Jlnclepti and Huchor orook Hign seuoois came on cm n'ulay ev-! cnins last.-W. A. iu llie cuair. I The subject of tbe ileuatc was as follows: Id-solved, "That the Dominion ol. Canada should adopt the simplified spelling as teconuiienucd by tlie ttnn- pliued biUliug lioard ol New lork in.their.list oi three hundred words, i The visiting tcan> in each case upT. 1 held the allirmativc, while the tsnins remaining at home battled tor t-ho i negative. In both instances the negative. teams were pronounced by their hon- I orajle judgts as victorious. Hut on the coimt up ol the whole debate, the Pincher Oreek debaters gather.d in the laurels ami brought glory to the r home town. The negatiVi team ol Macicod won the ailirmativo witii a margin of 7 points the nega- ti e team ol Pincher Creek scored 17 j points over opponents, 'llrcre-j fore lire Pincher Cree-i teams are to: !.e congratulated upon a victory of 10 per cent, i The nrgati. o teams were as follows: i Pincher Creek Walter Husband, Eliza Gareau. Macleod .Elmslie Gardiner, Nora Brown. i i The anirmativc teams i Pi tb" d jartjiont ol edi-cauon c lucita placed m the hands oi _m in the pnbuc schtol in the pro mcel is without one oi the us -UniT, and he nupcu that e erj" hoy would ta-e it home to uis i falser to "tte shall lail to get agr cultLral education on a proper lias s said j Mr Marshall, "until we get the pub- lic school teacher to look at t..e ter m the light of hemg iLe thing that can happen to tne pupil The aim ol an agricultural education i is to gne the farmers' hoys and sirls a changed Menpoiiit Ihis is esjm- olly necessary with regard to the education oi gills Smce underUJing the campaign have more than doubled the number of farmers' daughters in the schools ol agricul- ture this year, making the schools a point of view of the kind o! which they ha've in the farm home, making their work a scientific onerstion instead of a home more diffculc problem was m getting citv people back to the land As, it. is making life upon thn farm and comlortahle that de- termines the farmer not to leavt it John S. Mavor expressed it as nothing more api-ropnate than this con ention should be held at Bas- sano, which is tn.. Capital oi tfie irriga- PRETTY, WAVY, CURLING HAIR WITHOUT HOT IRON Let me teU jou'cif a simple method which is the favorite of the 'belles of a certain exclusive social set. I'm sure jou would like to know of it, because it will give your hair such a t retty curliness and -lustre and per- mit you 4o awky with the ruinous waving iron Just get from any. druggist a few ouncea oi ordinary liquid si'mcrine, and at nisht apply a little with, a cltan tooth Drusn, this down the lull. length the hair. In the morning jou will have a reai sur nse, the fascinating, wavy enect appear so natural in the -Balkans, which finally eventuated in Bulgaria s joining tie Certral Pow- ers. This brought an outburst oi French public sentiment, and Bel- casse passed' out as having been the one who should nave foreseen and averted this German move to the southeast. Just how he'jcould'have averted it is not but the .cnieE criticism is that France _ and Eng- 'land remained e while the Ger- man game in the was being played with great activity and suc- c ss Some oi friends think he is too strong a man t6 remain out of the government very long, at this Berlin, Nov. Socialists will make a., determined effort to force discussion, of war and terms of peace when tie Reichstag reassern- bXs, to judge from an important edi- torial published in the Vorwaerts. The- Saskatchewan Grain Growers will meet 'at Saskatoon nest year. time of need for strong, men. They say that when the Balkan-storm has albwn o.eir, will be able to ask his sutcessois what more they done than tliej expected him to do, in checking German intrigue. The Lnghsh s ntirncnt ould probably be fa-orable to his returning, as "his BaUan touise was largeij the same as that ot the British Foragn oihce- The English also have a warm ad- miration ior Delcasse' as one of the chiei figures in. forming the entente cordiale bttiveeu England and France. But his the recognition of his ability as a diplomatist, have always been greater abroad, notably in England, Russia-and America, than at home. The personal side 6E..M. Delcasse's hEe has its pBculiarities1 and this has been quiteHT factor in bringing about his -resignation. He works and lives 16 y much to himself, aud mak.s no his asso- ciates in the ramistn knew little or nothine of-how he .was shaping for- eign policies relating to the nar He seidom joined them exciptrat cabinet meetings when the discussion was formal, and he was. m the habit oi ar.noune ng lesiuts rather than mvit- irig discussion of what had better be done on pending questions Xnowmg his tendency to out his own plans, he was given free rem and there was no "team-work" on foreiTi affairs At the Foreign Office he wrote many of the despatches of in- structions much as he "would do. in his private affairs often without keeping copies, and seldom letting their pur- port te ge known of- ficials. Gradually it came' to be felt in the ministry that Belcasse was too exclusive in his methods of carry- ing on the foreiirn branch This had a good deal to do in bringing about the recent change. New York, Nov. K. IBoyed, German naval attache, was the directing.head under whom was in chartering sup- plying neutral steamers, -with coal and provisions for German men of war, iu the Atlantic and Pacific, in I In the month ot August the go vernmcnt formal ly charged and asserted that it was prepared to prove the charge hi'the opening today of the trial, on charges ot conspir- acy, of Dr. Karl managing di- rector ol the Hamburg-American line ind three of his subordinates. Roger 13. Wood, assistant United. States district attorney in charge of the prosecution, asserted that the en- tire sum si'.mt under the person- lal direct-ion t'f Captain Boyed and taat. from to o! i this amount was spent in.San Fran-; cisco, chart Jring vessels and obtain- ing supplies for the German war- ships, Leipzic and perhaps the Bres-1 den. This, the government charges, was part of the conspiracy that extended from York and Philadelphia to New Orleans and San Francisco in j which German money was "spent by millions and in which the defendants were leading characters. i V In performance of this alleged con- spiracy, Mr. Wood said, the defend-. ants "rode rough shod over tht laws and treaties of the United States as j contemptuously as if those laws and treaties had been scraps of paper." i 1 "'William Rand, counsel for defence, I admitted that the defendants had chart-red and supplied 12 ships which sailed away from American ports for the'rplief u! German men-of-war. In so doing, Jlr. Rand asserted, the de- fendants acted upon orders -received hV cable from Germany.___________ (Winnipeg Free Press) There probab'iy are Canadians who do not think the Borrten government, quite representative of the people of Canada at this time; but they should console themselves with the that it might be. much worse. La-, vergne's positive statement that Bour- assa, and he were offered positions In j the government after the elections of 1911 has met with no denial, anil-must 1 be accented as true. It is not pleas-, ant to think how narrow was our es having as Ministers of the Crown Armand Lavergne, in this j crisis of our fate discourages Canad- an participation in. the war, and Herrfi Bourassa, whose envenomed hatred of England and the English, has received remarkable, expression m a recent signed article in Le De Itylaiids Co. The Busy Store Useful Articles for Your Christmas Fancy Work BELOW YOU WkLL FIND A PARTIAL LIST OF FANCY GOODS WHICH MIGHT BE OF USE TO YOU THESE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ARE IN THE MAKING. JUST NOW OUR STOCK IN THESE LINES IS THE PRICES ARE THE SAME AS FORMER SEASONS. V.-v Colored Satins 85c A Satlu 25 inches wide, suit-, able for cushion backs, bass, etc.; colors yellow, pink, sky, creani, com, cardinal, Linen 50c 36. inch pure linen, natural color, even threads, suitable for laundry bags, library runners, centre pieces, etc, Japanese Silks 25c A new stock of these IS inch Japanese Silks in every wanted shade; this is an extra fine quality for fancy Ribbons Another new. lot .'in, making our stock complete for the holiday trade, from 5 to 10 inches wide to 75c ,new floral dusigns. Kerchief Linen Soc An extra fine quality Irish Handkerchief Linen, 36 inches wide. Very special at OCA per yard" Forms Cushion Forms, 18x18 and 24x24; cotton lillcd: 10 Skeins Silk 25c The balance of our stock Filo and Roman Floss Embroidery Silks; take 9Ef> your choice, 10 for Tops, etc. Fancy Art Top Cushion Tops, in Raine Linen, also Silk Girdle Cords, in a dozen colors. Guest Towelling' The finest of "Old Bleach" Irish Unen Guest Towelling, 18 iach, also 24 inch, new patterns priced from Hoc to 7 per yard 1 Embroidery Linens Suitable for any kind of fancy work; threads eusy toidruw. 3li inches. Per yard. 50c to IWv White Turk. Towels Large white double warp Turkish Towels that you can use your crochet lace CCA on. Per pair 75c aud. Ruffles Ready to .use Pillow Ruffles; fancj stripes on a scrim OQfk bodv, on sale at Pillow Tubing Linen finish Pillow Tubing; 40, 42 and .44- inch at 30r, yard; also pure linen tubing 7Cf% at per jard 1 Silks Two pieces of light fancy Silks for fancy -bags, etc.- On' sale C1 OC per yard I BHV Stamping1 Patterns A. new shipment of Stamping Patterns just in, edges for tow els, etc., new 'bird design, etc. Also the new Holiday Embroidery Book with many new Letters We have also re-stocked all Letters Script, xOld English, etc. Also :the new combination Monogram Letters. RYLANDS CO. The JBusy. Store. would have oeeu auite as much to the poiht'ia 1910, when Mr. Baurassa wag- ed the sort of camnaign described by the News against-the. then Dominion Taking or pretending government in the by-election contest to take offence, at Trafalgar Day be- Drummohd-Arthabasca. In fact, ing made the occasion for Red Cross the alliance between the ultra Imoer collections for war purposes, Henri j itfisic Conservatives and the Hour- Henri unpacked his heart-of its anti-English feeling. The English, according to Henri, are a degenerate race, incap- ahle ot making the sacrifices neces- sary to win the war. -Hear him "A century of intense mercantilism the abominable inequality fortunes which makes England the richest and assa group was one of most, dis creditable episodes in Canadian poli- tics. It could, however, be forgotten, or at least forgiven, if the alliance were definitely thing of the" past, never to be renewed. But there is reason to believe that, 'despite what the Toronto Is Arrested at Burdett for Fraud in War Remounts1 draft after draft of reinforcements tp tne front, and some of them-have been recruited up to strength two or times over. Don't Suffer Longer and allow yourself to become grouchy, upset, nervous and depressed. These conditions usually indicate a dis- ordered digestive system, which, if neglected, may be hard to remedy. Remove the disturbing element and put your digestive organs in good working order by taking CHAM, h par- the 'this been They gently stimulate the liver, act on the bowels, tone the the blood and regulate the system. These benefits are particularly marked by women at such tunes when nature makes special demands upon s their vitality. They act promptly and safely. The next time you feel low-spirited and out of sorts, take -Bsecham's Pills. Their sure, mild, thorough action will Give Quick Relief Worth iTr br Tkomti Beeeh Box St. Hcic In boxci, 25 Regina, Nov. to wdrif received ;Iocally tonight from a well informed quarter, G_ A Mit- chell, whose name'; ticularly prominent recently at Sir Chas. Davidson enquiry at point into war contracts, has placed under arrest by the. mount d police at Burnett, Alta., a point be- tween Medicinfe Hat ;and Lethbridge. A warrant arrest, it is.un- derstood, has been1 issued for time, and today the arrest was elect- ed. Mitchell, it will be remembered, was the man who. purchased eight cars of hay for the remount department here, which, evidence showed, never existed in fact, and whose dealings with the remount department through- out have been thrown open to sus- picion. CANADA HAS I-.OvV 141 ORGANIZED BATTALIONS Ottawa, Ont, Nov. the Can- adian Expeditionary Forces there are now no less .than 141 fully organized battalions. The next battalion wii! be the 142nd. The rapid organization of the new battalions during .the past few weeks.has run the number.up from 100 to" 141 within two .months, thus, givins some idea of the immense amount of work devolving on the headquarters staff In officering, equip- ping and organizing the new units which are now being authorized at'ttie rate of six or seven per week. Many of these battalions have sent An Old, Family Cough Remedy, Home-Made EMlIr Prepared Very Little, but IB Sure and Effective at the same time the 'poorest nation newspapers say about Boiirassa, there in the world; the emigration stHl a community of political inter- the colonies of.the healthiest portion ieBt .between a the govern- of the rural population of Ireland and s following in Quebec ana the Scotland, which furnished m the past Nationalists It must not be the better part of the British armies_ that nearly twenty of the mem the concentration m the cities of Sobers from Quebec who sat benind the per cent of the English population government were elected as National the degeneracy of the English plebe, including Mr. Blondlu, who is corroded by misery, alcdhol andinow a and they sjphihs, and intense and systematic ihaie been charj ot repudiating social stic propaganda, the meMtable i f0imer chief Canadians would re-ult of religious disunion of to tnmk that there was a pcliti pagan worship of gdld, and the fnglit cai understandmE between the tuo ful massing of riches by a small num pjftties to this, extent, that Bourassa By making this old time cough syrup at home jou not onl> save about as compared with tbe ready made Kind, but jou will also a much more prompt and positive remedy in every way It overcomes the cbughs, rhroat and in 24 hours relieves ever whooping coujih quickly ana is lent, too, ior bronchitis, bronchial asth ma hoarseness and epasmodic croup Get from am drug store 2% ounces of PmiiX (50 cents pour it into a 16 ounce boale and fll the bottle with plain cninulafed sugar syrup rull di- rections with Pmex Keeps perfectly and taetes pord You can feel this take hold of a cough or cold in a uay thai means business It nuicUy loosens the drv, hoarse or pain ful cough, and alao heals tbe mfli ned It ilso a remarkable effect in overcoming the persistent loose couffb by stopping the form-it .on or phlegm in the tftroat and bronchial tubes Tlie efk-ct of pine on the membranes is known by almost one Pmcx is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway mne extract, combined with cnaiicol and other natural healing pine elements There arc manv worthless imitations of this famous mixture To avoid dis appointment, nek your drujnrist for 2% ounces of and do not accept any- A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or monev promptly refunded, goes wrfh this prepaiation The Pinex Co., To ronto, Ont, BED good tea" her of are the rea sons that explain whv the people, the 'mass' of the English-people, do not desire to produce that stern resolve.' of ancient days, .and do not wish to mate The man who penned these libels might have written them from a Cab iiiet Minister's desk had he not de- clined his "reward" for his services in putting the present Dominion govern- ment into' office. It would be asking too much of human nature not to ex- pect the recalling by Liberals of the part played by Bourassa m the last Dominion elections. Thus the Tor- onto News is being reminded that in 1011: it reported Mr. Bourassa as "STfealrlng like a man inspired" at. Sudbury In liis support ot the Con- -er ative candidate declared that his ''words and sentences gJowed like, coals of and took off its hat to him "as an honest politician, a healthy-minded, independent ian." Comp'imehts of this kind for Mr. Bojrasaa are not proceeding from r the News at present, on the contrary, lit is telling the truth about him "Mr. Henri it recent issue, "has a .faculty for spec- ious reasoning: He cultivates dialect, not for the purpose of discovering the truth, and setting it before mankind, but thut he may discover the most accomplished way of telling half- truths and producing thereby, a wholly false and mischievous conclusion. It may be reported As, fact Mr. Bourassa, In order to liearxs'omo v Cult minded sedition earl him The Is prepifed. to go to any lengths, to twist like other slimy creatures, to poison the, atmos plicre that nourishes him, arid lo spit on the flag, that protects him. Ho grows, contemptible us he grows in ex- perience." V Xlio characterization IB apt; but It and his followers v> ould be ignored by both So long as he can intrigue with either partj he will remain a political :actor of consequence in the prounce of Quebec If he is se cretly encouraged by one party in the hope that his activities will injure the other there is some reason to believe that this describes the sit PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open trils and End Head Nos- iolds. You feel a few moments: Your cold in head or'catarrh will be- gone. Your dogged nostrils will open. The air.passages of your head will clear and jou can breathe free Ij No more dullness, headache no hawking, 'snuffling, mucous .dis- charges or dryness; no struggling tor breath at night Tell your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your "nostrils, let it pene- trato--'througll every air -passage of the head; sdothe'.and heal the swol- len, inflamed raucous" membrane, and' relief comes Instantly. It is just what every ctrid and cat- arrh -sufferer nee.ds.- Don't stay-stuff- ed up and miserable days for mischief- making are by no means over. In- deed, in that case, his power to'cre- ate trouble may grow. The influence that 1ms Ttept the Bourassa movement in check in Quebec has been Laurier's hold upon the masses of the people, but, with a margin of ahoul thirty- years in; his favor, Bourassa will not, in the ordinary course of events, ne long subjected to this han dicap. Another Household Convenience The best tea on earth Mill speech Ij dclonimito if cvponecl to air am! old lead wrapper-, tor tea wore good Bui the moves, anil'a better been found Hea'j piuch- racnt, mi'iemous lo moibturc, dust-proof, .m-lighl, now brings BLUE RIBBON to yoiu lioino in pirfgct condition An outer tofcrnig of almost impcnrtrnblo cai Imlgc-uaper makes security doubly sure N6 possible deterioration can occur. You kiion- "BLUE UIBBON best on the innrket Now look for tbe new perfect ping for a perfect tea. ;