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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR .jvestigaiions In .the hist number ot The Sdsnce Monthly. The callal! is a perennial plant of prolific growth in swamps other liliieJ dlsulcis. i'rof. Claasss-n dug up the large 'underground ckaned dri.'d. aud crushed Ihein. and found a Ml weieht of 0.500 pounds of ihe sifting or Hour per acre. A sample of the flour was sent to iha yood Administrator a! Washington, who lurufKi it over lo the Plant Chem- ical Laboratory. Tho Utter reported ihit iu view of their experience in the Manager o( ;iour substitutes in baking they saw no alberta DAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprietors Publisher! THELETHBRlOGEHERALp PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th. Sir-et South, YV.'A. 'Buchahan RAYMOND. Aug- jamt-a substitute in baking the> B wa; yesterday called to the reckon why ca'.lalt (lour j bishopric of the Saymond first ward i i ti-crnuiico i housed to the extent of 10 to iO i Bishop i. 0. Allred. who Editorial Olfke His own espmmems shouel i biscuits' with 2? (rod 50 per j nulmced as lhe new head ot Ihe Ray- V i. Mtlati flour were verj- palatable. I mond warj at the Sunday afternoon Succeeds Ilishop Allred Or dained High Church Offic- Largely Attended AUGUST 12.1919 (From Our Own RAYMOND. Aug- James Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Raljs: Daily, delivered, per week Dally, deliveied, per year Daily, hy mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by year by maH per inat DISCUUS iiiauv j DUUllCcu iiS me ucn cent, otlati flour were very palatable, mond ward at the Sunday afternoon were nol very'd'tfereul" from o( tbe CTnjererlco, and was later r' biscuits: Pu'ddlugs. "nii'de -with ail flour, instead .-of cornstarch 1 entirely- satisfacjoo. :a and set apart under of Apostle Orson F. 'alriareh Hyrurn G. B the representatlves of the general t v flavor he says. from Utah..' "is pleasing' and '.Compart of of .nalvs.3 shov thai'cattail ear dally on "address label. Accept- papers'after eipiration dale our authority" to continua tie sub' chose as his cbunsel- icripslon. -LETHBRIDGE AND INDUSTRIAL- DEVELOPMENT. Lathbridge welcomes toflay thf nOp ees Elders 3. Farnham-Kiuiball and .otg Itd question of cultivation would require members of the Alberla Travelling Industrial Congress who are in the city on a lour of Ihe banner province p't the west. With the congress are many men of high standing in tnanu-. factoring, railway and financial circles, who are seeing this part of Western Canada for the first time. -We hope! it will.be but lie beginning of a long and closer acquaintance. -Though Southern Aiberla is suffer- ing this year lhe drought of its' recent history, we believe the visiting Delegates will catch the spirit of con} fidence of the people that this portion bf-the-province is destineJ-to become one of the greatest districts of Canada. Id the'face of the set-back administer- ed by two dry years in succession, reducing' crop 000 bushels in iSla on .the I.ethbrldgs railway district to last year and .even ICES in tu'e current, season tho people who are pioneering'thi tectlcm of the west are calmly con lident cf the .ultimate, results. With; "ioll which has stood the test on many; with a possibility .ot.se.cur-" 'ing Inigatibn. over a ;with coal 'underneath. gas in abundance: wide: field, and with the untold. wealth of the mountains close at ior thi confidence dls'- from the older settled ohn-. inunlties will understand perhaps the -pioneering, of eiperi- mPntmg In a new counto; and South-1 era Alberta IB fairly new. And wo ]know they will appreciate the task of those who are endeavoring to build up in Southern an Inland em" pire based on the natural resources at hand Just at present Ictbbrldge question vi vuunanvu ifiuentinl stockman and farnier, well careful Investigation. "The fact re- known throughout Southern Alberta. mains, ieisor. there g, horn, UlaXbut are thousands of acres of cattails con- As a nocber he and his tainlcg considerably over two tons of brotherp Jleeks, hive heen flour per acre which at present finds successful. He Is loved ill, lit I _ __j nannla ftf auoer sep oay when the senate Judiciary commute befin considera- tion of "the bill passed by the house last June, as amended and localized by the judiciary subcommittee. 'probably the most liberal amend- ment to the house bill is a provision exempting from penalties and person "manufacturing non-intoxicating cid- ers aud trull juices tor use How son resigned as laem, a. w. 177-- >Tr. Woods graciously acknowledged I that both the provincial and the BBllevlije ___, UBIiavJue crown prosecutor Iu the Edmonto pollco court. Hev. H. C. Light ot Bradford ha u Called to a worlsinginen's church eral governments responded willingly .0 tho demands for sorna measure of relief throughout tho country where without help Ihero might be suffering. Everything that Is necessary will be done. Further, ho informed us, and went Into Ihe m'lnulest particulars; in fact Belleville Clly Council has const luted Itself a committee to invest gate the high cost of living. Jacob Orr, Calgary old timer and veteran of tha Fenlun llald, Wolseley expedition and Kiel rebellion, is dead. into mo xiiiuiHtrni VT--L Frank Toronto, aged It Is doubtful if a more lengthy, detail- ;.ears Kns struck and .killed by an ed and convincing discourse has ever auto'moblle at Suunvsldc. been given to prove that Alberta is.' and has heen for sorno time, very dry. No one could tail to be convinced. an1monjly lavorea mt. Bet.rv And he wisely, we think, cautioned us I fn (he 0( trustees. that It may or it may not end this _ fall. However, he encouraged us to A e maj0rity of tho Reliance WHAT IS PIANO QUALITY? IT 13 an eluslre combination of rich case work and only In the higher grade Instruments and reaching Its best. In the famous old MASON R18CH [respected and trisisi by people jot. all Deing stored for unlawful purposes Tbe separate School Hoard favored the secret ballot lants like the cattail, we need Dot Mormon church was-rapid and at ear starvation. The uso. of the cat-iari age ne can be compared to the Russian; Great Britain.. At htstle. The noiloas weed, s known, iu a? we have mentioned Wore, to be good feed for stock. It is well for us to treat with respect the weeds. They may save us, when we are need. A WARMING TO A CALGARY INDUSTRY. The Calgary Herald Is strong for the Industrial Congress and In order j to encourage industrial development it has opened, a rumor' factory. Its products so-far are "duds." Using tha y. F. -L political activities as.material it'manufactured a new job for Premier Stewart, that of leader oi the: Farmers' forces. The Premier won't takethe article the Herald has manufactured and the factory haiinMhcr lizzie to iccominodaitf in its storenouse. Man- ufacturing cnly pays when gilt-e'dgei truth' iereiy. vyorJ sold'aBottt [lie. article iroflnced. Fake goods usually have to go into the dump, j iire.it uriiaiu.. to the bishopric he was counsellor.to Bishop lAllred. He is a broad-minded sympathetic man, firmly-grounded-in the Chrlstain in doctrine and o! a magnetic personality. He is a thoughtful and.s pleasing .speaker and a believer and advocate oTa prac tical. liveahle religious life. The conference was numerously al the -Hon. A J. McLean came amongst ran. uo large majority oi 1110 believe that the' drouth Is hut tempor- creditors are said to -And Inasmuch as we cannot ln javor Ot reorganiiallo'n. duce rain he refrained from offering any suggestion that might better our A and seven 50-gallon conditions. barrels of'lliiupr were seized in a The difficulties In the political world nousc on parliament street, Toronto are different They are permanent Dy officers of the Morality Depart until we remove them by organhation, meui. he said. less than five per cent of the people of Canada are or- Miss Kathleen Jolmsoii, 13. A., lati ganlzed and they role the country; ot connaught School, .Medicine Hat tho balance are, and always have accepted'a'position on tho teach heen unorganized, and thus helpless. staff, ot Dawson City.' One company of trained soldiers will1 destroy mob of ten thousand.1 iou. farmers ire so fond of personanibertyj nas assislant librarian Tho Mason ft- Hlsch is sold direct from "factory to homo." Sold on easy terms.' Ask tor style booklet. aalmoral Block "The Home of i that you refuse to organize. us with a Tiew to studying the sltua-; j uc j j us wita a view to siuuyiuis anna- tended. Bvery session was CMsed by the unusual weather and the local and general authorise M_ TUere CM.be but little present delivered many Inspiring ad- pleasantly aurpris- that you reuse o r. Ol to' a fool's paradise. And we nover knew this till ten or fifteen years ago. Democratic organizations hardest kind in the world. T-wln hahy girls, a year, old, with mother, were found sleeping in a staule with horses at Sommerville, Mass., and turned over lo thb Board of Charatles. An Increase of 100 per cent in the cost of men's clothing Is 'predicted for next summer by H. Simons, presid ing al Ihe opening In New York of Hit American Clothing Designers Associa- tion annual convenllon. In opening Ms-campaign as Sociiil. __ 1st candidate for mayor'of Cleveland, ,Cha, denounced tho war as "mass murder.; as ,eetl i Ol tlle .jieafcino Hat public library. dresses on vital questions. The main session was held'Sunday.jafterBOtm. Many were unable to obtain seats and Allen stated that: Ouiy would soon have to plan for, a slalce'liduse large enough to accommodate the con- ed, And yet'it Js prohable he found some few instances where some little work would.be acceptable. The hay, Question will be more or less acute with some, few farmers. And, yet, it __ H. Dlllmau, flight lieuteii- Wj10 recently returned overseas, was -drowned while hardest n n e wo. {rom overseas, was never been a demoJracy hecause the near Myrtle, -He Is people have never controlled and a soll o[ Coi. T. H. Biliman, of never1 bad the talent to control, and we cannot control till we rise to and olish families into Wesford ana Lake Strome on Friday morning last, wiping out pracllcslly all-of lhe business places. The drug store, the .hrirnesK shop, W. B. Philips', 'general store; Latimcr'a. hardware, .the. pool, rooui, Gararose Centml creamery branch are a smolilderlnV Chicago c scherae: t -olish faihllicami" creaniK1j idunties lo colonize the waste lanos a result of the conllagratloii Jiere. yvhich.began at eleven o'clock. An elderly Austrian pick- ed up by San'Bernardino, Cal.. police snutfering 'from .heat prostration, had concealed about her person. While shobting.a dog; which was at- tacking-children on a New York street the bullet from a policeman's revolver went'through" the dog and badly wounder a; 13-year-old boy. After hcing reported killed Inaction and his wife had collected insurance, Corp. F. Johnson returned to his home at Marietta, unhurt.' Several changes have been made re- cently in the organization of lhe settle- ment board for... Alberta. Major Fane, formerly 'in charge be thd board's activities; III Northern Al- borla, has representative-'of 'Black, chairman of tho land sett'graent board at Ottawa. Major Fane: now'has gen- eral supervision over, .ail Alberla. Captain Kenneth-Eclniiston, formerly second in command at Edmonton, has now taken over Major Fnne'a lintics, and is in charge of the Northern At berta district. i FERNIE HEARS PRAISE FOR GARDENS (From Our Own FBrtN'IB, tbiirtst tray Is stil 'active over the .transconll ental road through .the A uauii cipnat nih was lhe IrrtKallon drive to 'Snd he Co.ldalp, own" yesterdayj ...homgward.'.Tbound rpm the coast, whither they- had been purneyirig for several-w-eek_s, They stoke, es- ecially that part lying; between Cran- irook and Crowsnefl. Another party, of four, 'young their-wives, passed west.the am'e day. Sterling S'eDraska.'riear '.Lincoln, .th'STiffnlo'' ol great commoner, W. J. are, intending to go ty "wax.of Sbokane and .back through -the Na ional and Yellovfslpne'parKs, .These people report very'dry.weafh er 'as having prevailed .throughou that portion of and Motitan through-which they jfassed.'on thel journey.' They described the drouth in tn6se than :wha't they bad seen In Southern Alberla. They had hoqnets lo throw at jthey look a good look at as they' canie through lUthbridge.' e rrgae where they all saw the aclual results w f Irrigation on the dry land, with ifere'.for .lhe further development of (be clly and district THE CATTAJ1- AS A FOOD. U been revealed Dial the cattail that JIB boya'ne used to soak in oil ind iilillze for Z torchllghl prdcesslon ue UlhtHid for food. Prof. Clans- of Ysle llnlHTsity, having; foiiml (hat Hie Commonly kniw'ir.W Cattail' tilgtiV prized us a [iy fnft'Mu tni' mu-kMis, conceived the Idea -JlnttM mifih! 'Ul 'M- as i It.? wheat and he glvfcs the results of his Shoe and Foot Talk DM it ever occur to you that your growing child's round or- sloop Bhouidfrs was caused very olten hy Ibo condition ol the Poorly filled anil Ion short atiooB cause (rouble IE the arches.', of lhe foot as well aa corns. This cflccts thft nerves and Wood. circufaHon, cluslng a tired, heavy ftcllng which U Inclined to rnakf; -drooped shoulders. Thla evil can he relieved liy having properly with shnea and foot troubles'mechanically-relieved... KNOW k ASK TO BE FITTED SHO.ES.FOR ALL AGE8> SHEKLOCK BUILDING THiaD AVENUE DOUTH water on II, as compared with- the bare fields which moat of the visllora have'at home, and it only_makea each one more in favor of the Irrigation pro- ect. This visit will aid very mater-' ally In helping all to decide ng. Irrigation on their farms.. Wed- nesday night will be big Irrlga Hon mtellng, when we.eipect to hear from Jlr. and others on'.what may done to further the project, and .thus >jrmg the }laclcod district under the Irrigation system. C. H. Bowker left on Saturday night to spend August In a" 13. C.. summer :sort. Corp. P. Tonkin returned home from overseas on Friday. He went wllh lhe 56lh, and spent several mpnthl In France. Sergt. A. B. Orady arrived homo Monday morning. He enlisted in 19M, arrived In England oarly in 1915, and was sent to France, where lie was up to a few.weeks previous 16 the signing of tho armistice. He was sent lo England to recover from a aevero operation In France. Since lhat time he has been on transport work and IB like all lhe boys delight- ed to be home in Alberta. SHOES FOR CHRISTMAS dollar shoes before Christmas, said .Controller K H. Cameron, leather goods manufac turer, nol a f able but a hard shel fact which Canadian and .Americans will have to face Ihls winter. Hut, ho addod, with characteristic vehemence "And is no justification for It in tbo world. Prices 6f bides have up no less than 60 Ler.ii.ent in the last two more or less lhari ufinipiilatlon of lhe market by'American packers (hnnifthmil their (he Stales Leather compapy." Shelter Your Family THEY" ARE NEAR AND DEAR "TO YOU ANO-r GOOD FOR "HEM. A MONTHLY INCOME OF. SUNSHINE AFTER THE STORM. SMAUL POL'TAN LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT' FUTURE- r. _ Save Now For bisTRIOT OFFICES- IP YOU .LIVE OUT With This Protection ANY SACRIFICE VOt) MAY MAKE 18 TOO POLICY IS LIKE A BA1NBOVV, A. COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH THE METRO- FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY7. THE a Rainy Day LITAN LIFE 20l' SHERLOCK BLOCK OF TOWN WHITE US. ;