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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 25, 1920 LETHBRIDGtf UAIiyr HERALD PAGE RLEVEN LPROlili IN ARGENIINE BUIBEIIERLIDRCIIROL 'l 'if f feed Million a Year For Pro- lection Paper and Lumber Men Here Accept "California" Syrup ot Figs for Iho name California on llic package, Ihen you am cure you rhllil Is having Iho beat anil mos IjarmlcEE pliyslr lor Iho lllllo stonmpS liver and bowels. Children IOTO iU fmlly taste. Full directions on eaeh You must say LONDON, N. U., Aug. Eipemlllure of a year for ho .protection of American forests .gainst tho a year tiro loss was adTocal'ed here loday by Charles Lalhrop Pack, president.of the Amerl- an Forestry Association, In address- ing a conference of foreslerB, timber- land owners, papor. iiulD men and lumbermen. He alao urged a I'J.OOO, )00 a year appropriation for tne ac- quisition ot forest land by Iho gov- ernment for tho purpoie of growing timber to replace "mil rapidly disap- pearing supplies." Mr. Pack spoisa before the meeting of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Annual Losi "Our mature forests-aro not only being wiped out by destructive con- flagraUonfl aa well by numerous small fires but these fires also pre- vent the natural reforestation of hun- dreds ot thousands at acres of cut- he said.- "Our direct loss c timber by these tires is a year. Altogether there are 000 acres o! state and privately owned orest land In the protection of which he government should co-operate. Al present half of-this rait area Is vholly'unprolected and protection for he other half Is entirely Inadequate. Legislation authorizing --the govern- ment to spend annually in co-optration with tho states for fire irotectlon Is Immediately essential. "There should be immediate comple- tion of the original program for tha protection of watersheds of navigable i streams by spending year acquiring acres in New (England, acres In the South- ern Applachlans and forest lands In. the principal forest regions. 'Speaking for. tho American Forest- ry Association I can say without re- serve that the association is heartily In favor of the prompt enactment of legislation along tbeso lines." VANCOUVER, AIIE. Imperial Press delegation reached Vancouver this morning for a two-day stay. They will go to Vic- toria on Friday, returning castbouad oil Sunday nleht from Vancouver. Some ot the Australian and New Zealand delegates will sail home tram Vancouver. E. K. Edwards, Brisbane Telegraph; Waller Jeffrey, Sydney News; Major 0. V. Lanzell, Dendlgo Adverliser and Mrs. Lanzell and her slater, Miss Nelll, J. Parker, Welling- ton (Now Zealand) Post; J. J. Knight, Brisbane Courier and other newspap- ers, and Mrs. Knight, are all returning to the Antipodes at once. The bal- ance ot the Australian party will re turn to England and sail home from there. Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Brien Sauuii ot Calcutta, leave hero tofl for Toronto, owing to the illness of 'their The baby was Jctt hi the. care of relatives !u Toronto. Mrs. J. J. Hutchlnson, ot Olago, New Zealand, will eall for home at once, .but Mr. Uutchlson will com- pleto 'the Canadian tour. Dr. G. R. Nosdell and Kon. A. W. Mews left the party some jays ago and returned homo owing lo the pres- sure of biiBlneai. Sir Patrick McGratb remains the only member of the New- foundland delegation. C. N. R. EARNINGS TORONTO. Alls- Canadian National Railway earnings for Iho week ending August 51, 1520, iacreas- ed J317.43G over a year ago. From Januarv 1 to August 21, 1920, an In- crease of reported. Tho figures follow: Week ending.August 21, 1020, 150.350. Vear sgo tJ.53S.OH. January 1 to August 21, 1920, Year ago Tlie iralace nt Posen. to which city the PolUh Government Is lo move, iu view of the Bolshevik advance. SAYS WEST WANTS TO HEAR LEADER KING TORONTO, Aug. C. Ken- nedy, SI. P. ql Windsor, who passed through tho city yesterday on his wa> home after an exhaustive western lour stated that the west was eagerly awaiting the visit ofHcih. JIacKenzIo Ring. His speeches In Ontario Iho westerners had followed with great Interest, Mr. Kennedy said and he was sure that the Liberal leader would be accorded a hearty welcome every- where he went. 'I USES PLANE TO INSPECT TIMBER Yaklma Lumberman Flies Over Rav. aged Regions.to Estimate Damage A. iocldenl ijppc'nel Owen Sound, when a high voltage wire ot the hydro system fell across a 'telephone It-completely through and putting 200 private phones out ot commission. YAKIMA, Wash., Aug. ling 200 miles lu H4 minutes, part of the time circling low to note thc'de slructlon done by forest fires. In Rlmroek and districts, and going to feet altitude over the mountains, Aviator R. I. Ehrllclnnan, with Horace S. Rand Jr., of the cado Lumber company, today flow to Cle- Elum and'back. Mr. Rand, who Is vice ol the company, wjshe'd to note tho damage done 'by flamea to timber belonging to the company, and to locate points at which to station special lookouts to guard the company's holdings. Upon reluming Mr. Rand slated that ho is satlsrieil that tho airplane la tho only means of making trips for such a purpose, its one can seo cleatlv tlft entire district nt one time. Ho nays this fall he will go by plane lo some other holdings of the company and check up Hie amount of standing timber In ccrlaiu ills trlcls. Save Certificates for Wearever Aluminum NABOB fCOFFEE A sortablo piano of full five-octave range, tut weighing only 60 pounds, has been invented, the hammers itrlklng tuning forks Instead of An Australian rancher has found that ho -can kill rabbits on ft whole- sale ocale'by piping the exhaust gases from his automobile Into their bur- rows. The Better Butter Scotch RED SEAL BUT-A-PATS REGISTERED THC" MAINLAND' CONFECTIONER VANCOUVER. B.C. Wherever Good Candy IB Sold JOHN W. DORSEY Of Winnipeg, whoso mnthod ot Iransinltllng power from Niagara to Toronto under" Lake Ontnrlo Is bolrg Investigated by. the engineers of the Hj-ilro-ElNlrlc Commjsfllon. He la nl- so the Inventor of n method of heal- ing homos by Sealed in the dairy counties 4it reaches you sweet, pure and wholesome this .purpoic. Our booklet jircj comfldt di- rulions by a nolci Baby Specialist. Cfnsvii ywr family Contrast Carnation methods of delivering milk with any others you know. The spotless Carnation Cbn- denseries are located in Can- ada's dairy centres. The pure "whole" milk comes in from the dairy farms day. Immediately part of the water is taken away by evap- oration. The rich milk then goes into clean, new contain- ers and is sealed. Then sterilized to insure ab- solute purity. In this safe form Carnation Milk is delivered by grocers in every community. is protected against contamination. It is not exposed to taint. You can keep it safe- ly on your pantry to use whenever you need fresh, sweet, pure milk. Carnation Milk is the only milk'supply your home needs. It is really more, for it serves as both cream and milk. Fresh from the can, it has a creamy consistency (due to the evaporation It is used as cream for coffee and tea1, for cereals, for fruit, etc. By adding an equal part of water to Carnation Milk you restore its natural consistency. You get "whole" not separated or skimmed rich, wholesome milk, like they use on the farm. Not a particle of-preservative, sugar or other substance is added to Carna- tion Milk. It is simply milk, for table use, for children to drink, for' cooking, for Baby's bottle. Phone your grocer for a supply. He is the Carnation Milkman. Use Carnation Milk For Title U.e Chlldru'i Drinlt Bab7'a BottlQ Cocoa Cus'.arui Cream Saucti CtJ.lt! Ice Cream SJTadl Wclih Cicam rilllngl Iclnll Candy Per emr MJIfc Uar- The Full Recipes How .Carnation Milk is prepared, guarded, delivered safely to your home and adds richness to food. How 100 tempting dainties can be added to your menus. All qlearly told in a neatly printed book Write for a .FREE copy. Carnation Milk Prom Contented Covtn Carnation.Milk Products Limited Aylmer, Ont. al AylHter aid Springfield ;