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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JAXUAHY II, 1911 THK LETHRRIPQE DAILY HERALD PARE FIVE Children never forget When you send them to the store lor It's easy to remember the famous "Sunny Jim" carton, "Force" is good for growing (oik too. with malt, rolled, baked and toasted to an appetizing goodness. Everything children require for everything they look for in taste quite all you can ask for in TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES Made by Tie H-0 Company, Himiiton, and fcoU by good grocers everywhere. Investigation Conducted by ihe United Stales Authorities Re- veals Facts of Interest Seattle Magnate Says Brilish Columbia Will Greatly Benefit Don't Neglect or resort to snuff and vapors-they only ir- ritate the delicate membranes. Modern science proves W catarrh a syrnptom V of poor health. Treat the cause with SCOTT'S EMULSION winch contains pure cod liver oil to enrich Ihe blood and energize thc system, hypo- phosphites to nourish and up- build thc and glycerine to sooth and heal, testify that Scott's Emulsion orercame catarrh In a permanent, natural TJBJ- and it will surely help you. 11-110 Arcid lie akcioUe FORD WILL DIVIDE ANTICIPATED EARNINGS AMONG HIS EM- EARN IT Xcv York, Jan. think of it, I carried tiiat guy's grip up to tiis rooms ar.d uhlu'l know vvlio- he ivailrd a tHlboy at the rtel- WasblngtoQ, 0.. Jan. Nixon Carver, head of the new rura organization service In lLex depart ment ol agriculture. anJ his asrirfi ant, 0. W. Thompson, former professoi at MlnncEnta university, have QQ examination as to the rates of In tcrest fald iu every stale or tli? union. That Inquiry has developed that tin Interest rate on farm loans runs from as low as 3.9 per cent. In Pennsyl vania to In Oklahoma en lh try the purpOED of Ihe landholder Is to hold for a while and sell at pro- fit rather than to farm the tract pcr- the United Slates, better of Wash- ington and Oregon, cannot compete with the British Columbia merchant in.the, markets on the eastern board.; In such citlea as New York and other, big ports, for the reason that the British Columbia merchant can ablp lumber to New York, via the Panama Canal by 'foreign' bot- tom. That is, ebfp It In a foreign vessel which IA manned cheaply and does not cost the merchant nearly ai much as an American vessel. "Tho American marine IB-PTR, 5Ucn as C6r' fain, wages to Bailors and other ma- rine malters of this sort, are very cry stringent and tho cost to a Wash- ington state merchant of shipping In vessel frcpi SeaUl? to will be probably one-third and maybe more tban'one-third great- er than tlie cost of a merchant in Vancouver shipping lumber tn_a for- eign vessel from Vancouver to New- York. "As you foreign veiselB can- not ply between two United Slates porfs, such ae Seattle and Xew Yorli. Thus tho BrltlEh Columbia lumber merchant can, land bis product In New York at about tyro-thirds the price it wqtild cost a Seattle, .merchant to land his .goods In New York from blankets, gaze In wonder at the world. Can't Tell Apart Every four houre, Alice and Alicia are fed and after each feeding they are weighed, to be sure that they have hail esactly ounce of nour- ishment The mother is getting along Bplen- rtidly and expects scon to le able to tell little girls apart. At present, they look EO much alike that Alice wears a little bow of Christ- mas ribbon FO that she :niy be dis- tinguished from her little sls'.er. It would be a terrible thing, say the nurses. If the twins should get mixed up at weighing time and Alice, who weighs the most, thould be found .to have lost a greal many grams and Alicia to have gained abnormally. The father of the little girls Is G. S. Slebbins, G12 6th Ave. S. E.. a telegraph oneralor. Four nurst-s at the hospital are looking out for their welfare. The Eastern Ontario Dairymen's Association opens its thirty-seventh annual convention in Cornwall today, over-remittances and in other DISCLOSURES FOLLOW SUICIDE BY OFFICIAL Salt Lake CHy. Utah. Jan. otlGwhig the suicide at Alma Harder, sistant superintendent of the money order division of the Salt Lake office last Tuesday, it. became known today that both he ar.d Ora Well supeiinteiidbnt. of the ilivltlou, Iiait been tmspeucled for alleged irrepn- laritios- suspensions occurre-I Monday, and the evidence obtained by noslofflce Inspectors has beC3i turned over to the district attorney for sub- mission to the federal grand jury. The Inspectors working on ihe case claim that these employed In the mon- er order department have Leen lu the habit of Olvlding among themselves Furnl'JS cash accruing through. manently. The purpose ia therefore speculation rather than agriculture in a true sense, BE the Income is drank in his lite. He drank hot wa- cd for rather from a rise Inf'tlia value ptrr for hreaUast today. lie is a great the land than from the 'growlog 'fldniirer of Thomas Kdison. [and sale of asrlcullyral pr'oducta. 1 Wherever the speculation aspect of REAL ESTATE CASE IN BRANDON COURTS Brandon, Man., Jan. Bran- don realty men the parties con- cerned la the opening case la the King's Bench before Justice Gait here to'day. It wo3 a case for cancellation of ngroement, I. A, Robinson being defendflnt and R. B. plaintiff. RobitiEon bought a large parcel of land and paid his dues on the portion which ho sold. Tho oclton was found- ed on the unsold portion and his lord- Bhip granted cancellation If payment were not ma tie in Fix months. There aro eight other on thfs list. chances aro that we farming Is moat pronounced tbe l find extreme Interest rates. But where the meth- ods of- farming are most nearly stan- dardized, and definite agricultural processes yield from year to year fairly uniform returns, you" find the This (t not- -where farming Is definitely standardized and relatively safe and the Income" fa rclattvejy safe." r" lowest interest rates. ably true of the corn Seattle." said Mr. Merrill. Ais-jrid of Wjder Market Asked if he thought that Eeelng that Canadian products would have a wider market, would it bring in man- ufacturers here, Mr. Merrill paid: "Assuredly. They are bound to come when they find they can save aufch an amount on their product. TJie lumber lino during the year bas not -neen up to the marV "of. pre- vious years, but this year the pros- pects are better." Mr. .Merrill: further thft the shingle Of this" prov- ince were already .taking advantage of the lowering of the tariff to fibip their goods Into the United States. This would Increase as.tlme'wehf.on, thc opinion of the lumberman, 1 IJr. Merrill Is here on short bual- ness visit to look over of the lumber icaaes held by his firm, acd returns to Seattle In a few days. Unscrupulous imitators are selling a mixture that isn't even real chewing gum to people who want the clean-pure-healthful But 6H CSFFK KoreihtEt, Jisn. Webber office will be no more, for the SPECIAL PRIVILEGES ARE FOR QUEENS London, Jan. sho re- fused to give up her Ihe Koreraost poet omce .will be opened Qu'coti o( England rofuied admtt- on Jan. Jo and It. U. Hunt had to the N'orwkh castle muaeuni ;nppolnteJ- postmaslCT. J. E.' Carter in future carry tho mall from 'Uurdelt. j The MBetnicrado ball wlllch held in tlio i.ew hall on the night ct thc Olh vras attended by a large crowd Therft It only a few but COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You fire Invited to try nine Klfcbon pni'a products entirely at our risk. Buhrantee them to absolutely pure and to give every siUlFtocl'on. If you are rilsajpy.utc.t in any n-ay bring them bach to tho store and have your money refunded. beat dance given' ?o fir. o atid Jolin In with load 6 of flax from 3-9; Tho busings men hnve a't laBt come together and a Board of Trade was organized on Saturday Tho bfKc. I era nominated were: rresldent, H. B. Itiuni; vlce-preslclent, B. sec- retary-treasurer, .T. 0. Ilobej-tson, A commtlteo was also elected to form byl awe. GIVEN 460CO DAMAGES Vancouver, Jan. John son, ol NOT? Westminster, waa today rtu-arJc'l liamafjes for thc drown- ing of her husband on board the steam. er ChCFlako a year ago. The Ches lake E, was thc steamer thai1 went down cff Vananada harbor. today. Queen Mary was ficcompfialed tho Bishop of Norwich. Aa it WRI a purely private visit no notification had been given. The attendant, fail- ing to recognize tbo queen, Ijr refused to admit her with the um- brella which she. with equal 8tub- barntieis. refused to surrender. The Intervened, but without effect until hn disclosed the Identity of the royal Profuse apolo- flcs followed and the queen entered hearing her umbrella In triumph. MOVEMENTS OF MINISTERS OlUffR, Juii. Krank Co chrdno, mlnjiter ol Hallway's and Canals, went to Toronto, to spend the week-end, and then lefl on a trip over t1 fntercolonlal railway to Nova Scqlltu Jfco, MarUn DurrlH, mlnleter of Agriculture, Is At Ouclph tonight for forma! opening of thc new build- ing at thc Agricultural college dovnl- ed to animal husuandry, SPEARMINT They imitate our package in colors, shape and general appearance. BUT they dare not use the word "Wrigley's." They dare not use the spear. So make sure you get the refreshing, beneficial genuine, took before you pay. Be sure it's WRIGLEY'S Made in Canada 731 Look for the Spear ;