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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Enge "8 THE LCTJTBRTDGE DAILY 11KBAJL.D 1012. iGJandpaSaijs THESE "GOOD" is right. Pure chocolate, pure milk and pure what.Maple Buds arc. They're not only good to (he nourishing and wholesome. The children may eat all they want. Maple Buds satisfy their craving for sweets and at the same time build lip their little bodies. Duy mapic ouus juyouf siuuci to spend their pennies for these wholcsoi Time Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit, alone to that pr9ud erain- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable.. Your gro- cer knovvs him. JEALOUSY IS BACK CRIME 'Nashville, Tcnn., Aug. Mrs. Le- ola Junes is a prisoner in the count} jail here, charged with the murder oi Mrs Frances 'Cave, widow of "Steve' Rev. R. Lin Cave, pastor oi the AVobillaml Street Christian church, and chaplain general oi the United Confederate veterans. The motive be- hind the killing oi Mrs appears to lie lealousy as Mr tones lias hands name been connected uith Mrs LaAe In the neighborhood sip? of NoHh ille on ieveral o j cisio-is Last "Uis wis sitting in her front ha-li when the, uont opened ind Vis loneJ TAKE POISON OUT OF ABSINTHE TO SAVE FRENCH RACE GOVERNMENT AFRAID, TO PRO- HIBIT SALE BECAUSE OF ITS DEVOTEES They're not Maple Buds unless they're Cowan's THE C9WAN CO. Limited Toronto. Ont. HARVEST PROGRESSING THE CARDSTON BRANCH Raymond, Aug. keeping will the Herald's policy of informing the public of the, progress of harvesting In (he districts of Southern Alberta, a staff reporter was sent down to Card- ston branch yesterday to ascertain at first hand oust-what was Cueing done on this line the poition oE the lire between and Raymond was .covered in ;a r.epon.oE the .'line to Coutts a few days Leaving Raymond it was found that there was not a', great -deal of "fall grain sown until Magrath and Spring Coulee Were reached. From Spring Coulee right through to Cardston great fi-elds of itooks could be seeu leaving the track and extending as far as the eye could see to the north w.ost and the south east. Reaching Cardston the-Herald re- porter was told that Mantes .Hanseu was threshing on the St. Mary's river south east-of town, and that had been the7-! to be threshed in the urdston district. In conversation with farmers from .the- Cochrane ranch. AVoolford, and .r the di: otith west of Cardstorii rf-was fount hat cutting was general in all these Its net be much earlier thun most districts of the province, two weeks' time will be seen in which to "ensure that the crop can be moved without, serious I delay through shortage of cars, On the Thompson estate, at Spring shall henceforward be used in Frencl Coulee somp 300 icreb of Brain is i distilleries and af the e plants ab shocked and wilting foi the tineshor Smile or wormwood Is the ohiei In conversation .with H. Keller, From now on. then, it looks as i more absinthe than till tlio rest of'Ku- rope together. Worse still, Is consuming more every your. The. yonr 19U saw nn enormous and quite proceUentoU teiip. of over commission appointed to study its effects eiillri'ly ccmiirme-d Uic in- dictment of the National League ag- ainst alcoholism, 'ihat ''absinthe is tl; source of madness and erf mo; it causes epilepsy and consumption: 11 makes tho husband n brute, the wife a martyr, and the child a. degcneiil Enormous Revenue All, tho-same, then; ai'e'.difficuIUes in the of the suppression tli'3 trade hi absinthe. The manufacturers are 'a powerful and the State, receives from tlic sale of this drink a ami the com- munes a little less' than In the words of M. Caitlaux, wave from the depths" is to be feare if all the absinthe drinkftrs of Franc chiefly recruited from the lower clas es. are to be deprived of their fa j orile liquor. For 'those reasons tli government has abandoned tho idea o u complete interdiction of. the sale 6 absinthe. H has been discovered that th principal poison in absinthe is a ve'g stable siibiitance, tliylon, so the suj tha't distillers should hav (he right to producer inbf it absinthe. If need'be. so long as it i free o-r this pernicious ingredient. Stop Its Use Furth-er, no plant containing thylo Kellogg's with straw- berries, raspberries, blackberries, blue- berries. Kellpffg's' with sliced peaches, __ pears, or apples. At Aetna. Taylorville and Hill ipring, binders are busy. In the __......_ _. :imball district, south of Cardstou Cave, and daughter-in-law of I lt s said that has alread> D8en cut and speaking with Stealing- Will iams. of Land Co., he, stated that a small piece of his wheat was now in the shock, ouc and a half mii-es south of town. Spring grain, it reported Till be short h .after 'the fall grain is cut. and there will be little time for threshing je tween theke periods of: cutting. Card- ston. however, is fairly well supplied with threshing outfits ind iU is lieved .that ia 'the course of ten day a there nil! he some gram thieshed in The Herald leporter i uords present at a meeting of the Board of Bilked towarl the house spoken ind -is Mrs Jones ap-j irdde and "he was to under jiroached she fired tuice both stand there that Cardscon not taking ellect in the region of Mrs i boasting of early grain, but was com- heart this j plimenting itself on the (utalitj of the Sirs Cue maniged to reach her bed Sl tm growing nnd the room ind there fell deid acrobt> the' ot s'a'u ripening with hul Mrs s tlurh jears of oeing hurt Vl Raley Dr manager of; the big farming interests of the estate, the Herald learned' that there would not he, any threshing -ISpi-ing Coulee, for another, week. Smith Over have 200 acres cut and in shock, while. Cooper, Joh ston Bros- Filling-, and Evans a others are, busy on large -pieces n and there will be something neighborhood of 1500 acres of fa wheat cut and shocked by tonight. About 1000 acres of fall wheat is, ni shock John Heninger has something over a se tiou of this while Hiram Rine h about 300 acrgg. Mr.-Ririe will beg threshing tomorrow, and he e.xpec that" spring .wheat reai to cut this week and his flax will b ready to'ftut in about'two weeks, No threshing has yet been reports at Raymond, but from implement me an-d has hee ascertained that there is cousiderab: cut throughout, this entire district. 0 the farm Roy Skbuson north Raymond some.of the [best, fall whea ymch his teen seen anj place ha been cut ready for threshing Jobu south east of town; gan cutting ten days ago, .and ha hid grain ready to thresh for som Arthur south, of Ra has finished his 130; acre fiel 1 In1 it v. aile e Powelso and Geo. T. Wrlde have both.con pleted their qnttlng- 1 S -Vnde-spn east of Raymond ha spiing whea read today. to cut, and it is said will begi: R. C. -Harvey- "at- Mamnioi. ige inrf prettv She girl five years oi age and a years old. little on two To. give zinc exceptionally fine rub it with kerosene or with .one part sulphuric acid to twelve parts of water. To tell the difference between por- eelain and pottery hold the article up to'the light. If transparent, it is porcelain. Pottery Is opaque, and not so hard and white as porcelain. fros-t .ohertson s "iOO acres are now shocked, but his spring grain at this plice will not be ready for "some days. The field will be allowed to stand probably another week be- fore the threshing machine !s pulled in. .From the car window it would aeem that this district, from' Haley north and west and and east would be the banner district of the south in so .far as crop area Is-con cerned. Speaking with -farmers in this district the prevailing opinion was that owing to the ffct that they The Proof of Quality Five Roses Flour has 2000 acres of flax for cutting and anticipates starting on .Monda; A report' from the Iowa farm south o Stirling is to the effect that H. R Johnston, manager of this farm, ha begun threshing fall wheat. In con versation with T. W. Harris, who ha been through 'the: country collecting grain for the Raymond exhibit at the Lethbridge fair, the Herald was toh that in the Raymond district wha- giain is good is verj good and thai only the seed -'which was roughly nu' in on stubble has failed tb produce crop; In speaking of Mr. Skouson's Alberta Red, -which he has just cul Mr. .'Harris -exclaimed that "it -was the finest in the Iind Raymond elevit ors rcadr'to receive this grain which Vill, In 'the course of few days, be threshed and delivered THOUSANDS OF WOMEN MISSING London Police Get Tracing Girls Strayed From Home London, Aug. The Home Secre- tary gfycsJn parliamentary pa pers a set of astounding figures re- garding the number of women who were reported to the London police as having disappeared during the last twelve mbnthB. In reply to. Mr. Snow- den he writes 'During the last twelve months 1118 girls between the ages of and six- teen were reported to tho metropoli- tan police as missing. Of these !102 were traced Two thousand six hundred and seveuty-six women of all ages above sixteen were imported as missing, ami 2510 of them were, traced. 'In the case of the sixteen girls and 13fi women who were not traced, their absence is In many cases explainable, for such reasons as their having ab- sconded to avoid paying debls. having quarrelled with friends or husbands, and a otliflr cauaos One nomin ia to ah osd n foreigner v fth whom we should absinthe, which i; not absintbVe. Whether it will be an; less pernicious is. at. least doubtful The ibunthe manufacturers piotesi themselves entirely satisfied with thij compromise, a' itself suspicious ANOTHER CAUSE m DIVORCE FROM NO.N-ORTHO- .DOX WIFE HAS BEEN CRE Y BISHOP t V ANTONIUS 1 Vv qnnn s Rigats J just now in terestihg 'itself'Mn a somewhat ex'tra- ordinary episcopal obit-er dictum of Bishop Antonius ol Volhynia. This pronouncement. practically creates an cnOssrupOn wblcn an orth odos Russian jma) bace a plen for di vorce from liis non-orthodox" wife: Names are not mentioned, but-it appe-irs toat a couple of ago an Cook and GUI From time to time-de- licious new ways of orn arc discovered. a few: TOASTED >CORN FLAKES TOASTED CORN FLAKES Kellogg's, .with sliced oranges, bananas, or pineapple. Kelloggr's in the centre of half a cantcloupe. Kellogg's with ice cream, fruit jellies, custards. Try v Kellogg's with fresh fruits, stewed fruits, or preserves. Your palate will wel- come variety. orthodox resident In the govern men of ..Volhynia, in virtue of- the "free !om of religious confession" clftusi in the Imperial ftfautfesto'.'of Octobe: 30.. 1905, recanted his faith, ami --Join ed the Roman Catholic" Church. He subsequently married a Polish RecentH icpresenting Jus per he again recanted, and was e-admitted a member of Stale Church. He sought 'to' persuade his wife to become pravoslami (orthodox] but she Tirmly refused. On this ground he novr. seeks for -a; divorce Bishop An ion ins ex offlcio sup ports his suit, formallyraiid-publicl) declaring that the .cause assigned, is legitimate and valid. The Woman's Rights League'is tak- rig steps' tbvhave .the case brought be- 'or-s 'the and will also have -it 11J before the Hol> As how jver, '.divorce procedure coun i> is still piitnlb bj the ecclesiastical authority, It is not at all mprobable that the Holy Synod will phold the action of Bishop AiUonius 'he State Church differentiates be- ween the letter and the spirit of the 'freedom of religious con-fession, uomulgated in the Impel ml Tjl ase ie oned to It formerly a critntnal 'ffence for 'an orthodox Russian to handon his faith, and was 'punishable y imprisonment or banishment. Long fussing over soups, hashes and stews this hot tie done away with. It is easy enough, Just add a package of 1 DESICCATED SOUPS to any of these rlishe- Let it all boil or simmer together for half an hour. Then you have a delicious thlckenc nourishing, luscious tbnra toes or pr ni" beef and vegetables mixed for Ldnards Soups trc produced from the best of these products: 5c. a Package Still more me sivc in isc. and 250. lius. Soups aft! made in three. i-ariettis Broivn Tomato and White, I lie Lro in vai icly K a tkicLt nourish ing- wttjfj prepared I j ffotn fresh bctfand The o fitfl 2C04 had boon w H ESCO; RECIPROCITY NOT TO BE REPEALED Minneapolis, Aug, special dcr spatch from the Hurcui oi the 'Minneapolis Tribune says There appears to be no probability whatever, .that tliei Canadian recipro: pact he icpeilml it this ses sion, though; President Taft- is repre- sented as being indisposed to insist upon its relention upon the statute hooks if congress igrecs to its re The democrat, house, of course, 'is the main stumbling block to recipro- city at present, but further jeo- and possibU hopelessly blocked, because -.of-1'Hie 'fact that the repeal amendment which originally was attached to ibc anil in one pirt of the cotton reusion bill a decidedly unpopular ami admittedly insincere measure which-.; .'is now in- con firmed' but which it appears is likely never to emerge from the con- ference room and therefore will never reach the president. The House cot- ton hill passed by the senate, is a decidedly different measure, and of- fers small grounds for a compromise or conference and unless unforeseen chance the senate" ovtJr rules the president's vote of the wool bill, tho cotton measure, will not be licard of again this session. If it should emerge, however, it is prac- arlun tint the entire i ri- me, including reciprocity hi by" tin prcsulut as the pro posed cotlon revision is probably far- her separaled from the tariff boanl recommendations than ariv of tho ileriiocriilic tariff revision measures. LOOK OUT FOR THE ALFALFA WEEVIL Prof Ihos Shaw) tlic state of Utah in insccv pest has appeared which is" doing much upon tho crop Ijmh, the and en upon the stalks. The Damage suiting may vary with hum to the alfalfa crop nbcct from slight to almost complete {Phj-tonomiis pdsticies) has been destruction of', the cutting. .The hav Ivnoun for i lime irf the old For manv ilecades, if'not in- deed cpnluries, it has preyed upon the mope, Africa. It was southern Asia and Northern fiist noticed on the outskirts ol Salt, been tried These hate onH been, par obtained .from infested ; VCLV woody bccausi; of''tho absfince of tho leaVes, and it is much liable to i In- duce coughing when fed to horses Various metliodb of lighting fake I Uh, in WO I Its es come so extended 1907 thai- the attention of the Utah ex- periment "idtionVis cilktl to IU it had leichcd jnfls of ng- and Idaho adjacent to Utih In i'JOQ the governoi ol Utah apptaleU to the tinted Slitts department of agricuttuic to nd the I tab expert neat station m fighting the pest Since that time the department cmplojcd to In anJ find sonic effective, means of comliating the sf; The alfalfi ueevi! is thus dtscnbnl n Bulletin 112, depaitmcnt or United States dcpart- ncnL oE agriculture Professor V J Uebstu "It is. a small, rather gmficuit appearing beetle uider one fouitli 01 in inch long of a rown color, mixed with gray and ilack, lims in indistinct spots ind stripe1? on the hack The ggs are laid in. the; spring and early umnier, within Lthc stems or on the Jblids and they hatch with- i about. 10 The larvae arc mall greenish ttornn- i hlick t-ially successful. These include disc- ing to stimulate growth1, grazing sheep, drawing a. street 'sweeper or uiro btush the field, and bumitig the stubble Vttempta are ,also being made to introduce parasites-from the eastern hemisphere which will prey upon the weevils. It, is also consid- ered important; all trash, irrigating canals and in wast" such as grows along the -borders., ol generally. The insects hide in Hhesc and also 'under clods and about tho of alfalfa plants where lhc> liybernate The bulletin referred to say anything as to the measures': that should be adopted m uninfested (ciri- torj, the invasion vill occur thiough the migration of the weevils in tha .pnng of the jeai But the fact that the beetles "came to 'Utah from -.the old makes it clear that liou 'may come in other ways. -H mav DC may conic in, poorly clean- ed seed It nidj certainly come in alfalfa hav It, would seem to be eminently wisn !o make sure in all-areas whure al- does not, Ink stains may be removed from j linon by putting it hours In riw linseed oil itml ringing out In hot turrrntlnc reputing the process till or wush" aoft soa in MALTED great strength builder, for iuvaiids, ;