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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta August 13, LY HERALD KOQTENAY LAKE steamer X'asooliin, or the! Canadian Pacitic Railway British Col. iinbla laio service, was launched ear- this" year. It Is tiio eamo type ot vessel that.the, company already-baa In service on tbe B.C; lakes and rivers, designed service, stern -.wheel and capable ot'making landings it any point''The'steel was built by the Weele.-n Dry Dock and Shlrjbulld Port'Arthur, and.the '_ phe'! V'8' constructed at tho com paoy's Nelson, ;B.C. men.are con a'.-Y'. Alderman T. A- P. Frost VHb E. Fawkes, was BMt to Lfethbrldge o represent Calgary at the irrigation onvenllou, returned yesterday prim- ,e moat Interes _ :ue" station at No. 6 mire. is Mv-iloDfcd wlitt two motors and appara-lnhalalloB outfits, clc. intavtwM i Is a most wonderful appll-1 use! In the ed with a new Idea, that of having lie dty Install s lescue station i anf e.-' We the rooney o prcjeatatlycs Inspected everythlog In a civic v.ay but more Interesting thjn anything efce Mr. Frost saw Ike' rescue elation established by Iho pro- The vessel Is 202' long_ with 3 oot will carry-55.0 pas aengcrs having sleeping- accomoda- llon lor" 170 people. It .is (Mod up with all tho luxuries of. ibe modern ocean ample' provision baviag been' made for accommodation of meals and'berths. Tils steamer IE now In semce be- tween Xelsob.and Kooteiay Landing, ccccecilng "at with-'tne company's trains. 'tbe picture shown is ono taken tbe'hollday crowd froai Kelton going to Kaeio. '.The Indfan.rjamVNasookli Chief." Tlncial government at the C.. P. .R which' is equipped pul- motors (or restoring We to aspbyx- sted penouB. Frost and Pawkes travelled to (rim Lethoridge by autoniotXIe and therefore saw ranch of the Inter- gebc'y 1 want to champion Ihe causa o( slation here on bA.alt of ct the city in pir. tlcuUr "or. when (he emer- gency can serve lia" ot overcoiV by" electric .hock, suffocation in asphyxiation la Ihe gas "department, or in cases drowsing.': My "reason: (or advocating Ittica- .MJ I district. They.rwoyi', those ba grain is ripening rapidly, aridlreielvtedur every effort to save their bit S wheai is nor. ready (or falling vlcltas to lha cutting. Mr. Frost asstrts the belief, ihit r. ros assts where the crops were poor, it- merely i ents the difference betweei lives'when (ailing vlcltas to tha per- Jirte of Tho enuip-l a dozen inhaling -.'_-__ 1 merely elweei r.ot co.1 inore tkanHlOCO. and wou bad larmln'g. One thing! cbit nothlnt id '.operate. 1 tbinK tn "is LCT OF Vl AND qn.1! toa1'. Lake's I'-'iv Uni: would >uld this good'anu oaa.iarmmB. vnw his attention: partic-i expenditure, v tW estent to which we havejlpent hundreds ot thousand to dollars but not he 'tlibks the-govern- dollar as- jeV-to save .lives, j'c. -idopt drastic 1 j -r-' In- most interestlng'and In- said i'ariDlng under the 'lrrlgi; was a interest was the govern'- istration at'. Leth- we actually fine under ,the'protection of i of -irees grown to prd- ;-rbtectIon. .It demon'strat- tiough that wb can-'grow co'intb'. if we will lake to'go about r crop Eliuallon ore rfnn'mid'toae'not so One. but to my simply the dlf- fcrencolbelwe'en good farming or the the cl-.anga (haV'cSini'bver'tlie. In the three days' that between our going and" the whest la now r'eEdy for .cutting, acd barvesling will be In' luH'awJriK !n a few days. 's most Intere Open your mouth and close your eyes. It's like taking a trip to: fresh, green mint fields! The fresh mint leaf juice fills every piece -vij. K makes your parched mouth and throat delightfully fresh and moist- tnakes appetite come back-makes disappear. Ete Natural-- enjoy natural benefits own confection. we. wero'much_ improvements, am t most Interest Ing but sniniBlring and rrgreKul, Tva the'c'ropi of seemed t be'sub'ject tp''no particular owner, hu tpfead Itseli. la-ce to i M in a positib f. it line, v- r. o( i I i ie' same !ld here n coal mine- where produced at-a 'cost b( r leci myiu, or uy oITence a mik.nC K a. uniruvt: lur {arnier'to'' permit" weeds to acquire siith ihem a men- h'eVTrnoie'.country." IKE busy D-----. t. i-... are sutTeyedj'i.m- road. under the SPENOl'NO A 6f N V. Y ON ROADS; I u l I- i.l la1. i. ci: ,ri..i.- r ;j'lishW: at MidTale, i. kf i .sight I-akc j-'.-'.-: i hejcslab- ilisted''Btf-'as leaihed.within regular', ong diiy.hy-saddle- F physical'" possi- nakcs it quite Fosiible wili don'e'.-'tdKard 'the accoroplishment, te ..I. _ _ 4-lu npac.j-. a desirable', bnd everythin l Kellogg's Covers Canada Ask the average is the favorite cereal of CaiiiKiitiiis? i 'trom; heanqotrterii peck .with a bulp In.iiib Ii ilia TO feETTUE IN CANADA 'MOVEMENT Sect -'Aujr i f -v i ri u- Jil tlie.ctop, as .he- j--. i.nilrd .States i I1 tftij be dteiT thousand .ftsrk? 1jjr' ifAij h'.'M tie trials, i hi- Vlot ;aH 1: 'i r--ird 'xi I'af i Ihwaela per-acrejq? pralrte y.tttfWH.iUtal thfoiiilwiit the tf L U ate -.fcs ..Uo-.t ''iirU. Mr. ;