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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July ft, 1912 THE PAILY HERALD "Look, Grandpa, the Name" That name sayi that little boyt and girU Mt all they want without injuring thoir Keaith. It u stamped on every genuine Maple Bud. It uyajhat they are nouriahing at well that only .pure chocolate, pure milk and pure augar have been It-' that the peculiar delicioui that rich creamy Maple Bud The name "Cowan" haa atood (or yeara ai a standard of purity in Cocoa and Chocolate producta. It atanda for, a big apotlew factory where akillful workmen and modern an grinding and blanding lha choiceat cocoa beana obtainable. Maple Buda come only from the 'Cowan factory. They are the purwt form in which Milk Chocolate it produced. The "Cowan" identifiea them. zoo "They're Not Maple Buds Unless They're on Top Every, Time! Supreme above" all others in qual- by njetit' to' that proud etain- cnce Alberta's Beat Baking Powder is pure, is Invariably dependable.-Your gro- cer him REMARKABLE GROWTH OF CANADIAN PACIFIC WELL KNOWN NUN DEAD Sister I.e Datijersier, ot the Hotel Dleu, HinfBion.'lfdcnd. aged bO MoatrwU police arrested a man dreaaad In a adver tlflng, a Ing picture show He and proprietor will be charged with Tnehtj jeirS'lfeo tHe first trans continental train of the C P H Wft Dalhousle statidn', foi the Pacific toast. Th'e.wB'atern teiminus was then Port-Moojy, ivJiich shortly after dhansed lo Vanopiuer, and eastern the TOnd St N 13 as It is todaj 'During tW changes haye takeil place In Ihe of the company as v.ell as the deielopment of the' oountrj 4.1 that_tlmp there injny -nio deapalren'oT the tilhlle'ot the CPR and imagined that the attempt of Canada to build acioss the continent was an net of siipieme fol.- Ij Labouchere's i poured forth a and called it a bubble, which tyquld soon be pucked, and a doubt about its completion" The ,coi1ntiy tbiough ulueh it trayeise entlrelj barren and foptjlddihg, and It said, amongst other, tbipefc, "fiflj lallwaia Into History tellf; altogether a diflerent tale'-''-, In 188fc the mileige'conH-olled by the C P H amounted to miles It is er 'ifi.OCO still steadlb inorvaiiqg 7ae com- paiu had no to day there are about aavanty In commission, sailing'on ttfe of OOOD BREAD 600D CAKES GOOD PIES Ererythinf on bakm( iupremcly GOOD-alwayi-if you BETTER BREAD BETTER CAKES BETTER PIES Mtter crilfctom K FIVE IANC Or TNE WOMM MtUINfi CO., LTD. J the' Atlantic and the Pacific oiuthe Great Lakes and the inland wttefs ol J'iritish Columbia. In the locomotives uiimbfired .i30, as against in 1913, there IfT fielght cart> in 1886 anii Urge orderb for Jloth Itinds of euulpnieiil. Abd is the sleepers and the {liners and parlor and fust class passenger cai s In each there is an eqjially marked iiideaie ..Observation unre bavue'.e'n where they are operated on the State Rail- way of that country With its steamships, telegraph, ex jness and hotel sj stems, the cohipany has also established a natural resour- ces depai tment, looks -after its land nnd irrigation schemes and mill- ing interests and business opportuni- ties that aie ever opening alongttue i nad, and this depp --tment is also making a complete i egister of busin-ess and openings along the line of the C The tompanj buildq Us own locomotij es and cars at ]atgd shops located ,pn different partE of the line, it looks After the welfare of iti 80000 employees, establishes Y AJ C A institutions, oiganizes u pension department bj which tpn jearit' senice upon leaching tha age of 65, can retire on not thitn a month; furniihen farms for a certain of aettlefg, eiiLOur.ises others to come to Canada, opera tea stration farms, and runh better ing by nhicji fa tauffht the latest aqd profit- able methods o( farming, and edl> eainn the diatinrhve of "Providence which bestowed upon it ,111 eminent for- eigner aftei he had the system. Quarrel, Coo, Divorce, Adiea Spokane, lulj on the witness stand that wife have exchanged caresses since his'ac- lion for ih' the superior A. Pulver, Northern Pacific corEductor, suddenly found himself out ;of-court yesterday, while his suit wns being, heard, Pulver was being crc-JS-exaniBned by Hanej Phipue, counsel for Mrs Pulver. Plaintiff Jiia-de a large.nurn-, ber of allegations against wife; Htnong other things, she njt him a frjing pan the first XniHt theli innrrlage, In 3807. Hate >ou and Mrs Pulver beeh togcthei since >ou started thh ftc asked Mr. Phipps. 'I-.t it a-fact thai you Imvfi exchang- ed caresses anri so 'the lawyer pressed. "Yes' Here Judge E II Sullhan, who UUB silting in Uio case, intorrui4ed. .He ftueBttoned ihe witness further about ,heir relations nnd thr-n declarod no divorce.would granied. "When people act Hlttj thai, aftpr they h.ivo separated nnd one, starts an action for finid Judge Sullu.iti, "it is n good Indicallon that .boy. are. not entitled lo a decree, 11 10 HOW TO SWAT THE FLY l iho .The Journal of, the uoild (bit II v killer i Is a loinuldohydft In mint) tliroilf tout Ii organLms nd l> practically, noil poisonous ex cept lo t> Pjrethriim fthlch maj lie bought at slote burned In Iho houcd, ktll Ilka I ill from looking l.oon I'hcni 1s dipterous angelB lo live and be acthe Hairing cer- tain uhere the temperature is high and food atnmdant, Ihe !h is not seen duung the ft inter monthi Soon alter musca has made Its appearancfe'lris In search of a place to The female 111 has got lo 'lay her eggs; Nothing suits her for her eggs than a pile of horse manure She thereto! hei 'wai to the stable antf that Is reason whs stables densely these in sects Theri the: breed in countless numbers In tHe absence of the He manure fermenting, de cayliig and putrio' animal and vege tablo matter The flv Is a carrier of disease In this it the-rule of a simple trans porter or cohimbrf'carrier The germs that the fly happens to alight upon ils feet ot to suck up TV 1th its food It Is earn an ay and deposit elsewhere1' Just'as often as not a ill will alfeiit upon the -norst kind of Illlh, vilth all softs of and thence will make for a Jug of milk or any other article of diet 'p'icparerl for and llic Infection splead eitherjlhtougl, the medium of food or direct wllh man. tHIiit, lo the gieat prevalence and iho large mortality ill the Uniled Slates caused bi summei dlalihoea oi children Cy as the earlier of the germs of this milady becomes at once' a Important .factor to eon- bider in effoits made !o save child Hfp, and no mother should be ignor- ant of this Wet. ,-The food eiveli little children should he guarded against coming in contact with the house, fly The icniedies to. be used against thti 1U mav be dlMded into two class- es Those which Ihe community may use ihrough tlie agencies of boards of hpalth'ond (hose Which Ihe Individual ciiirin should cmnloj to protect his house against tHe entrance of thoso posts andJ to guard his foodstuffs against contamlnalion b} Ihem Theie Is one duty that once under- stood can hardl) be ntfgleoted. Any mateilal known to: contain .germs of disease should be disponed of tmmed latolj so that no (lies can come In con- tact with it In the large cities thli has feeen largely through Ihe iristallation of .'modern systems of sau- itaiy drainage In Ihe smaller Icywns and villages, where no seV erase sys lems exisl, this jrcan be accomplished by Ihe use of Ihe' sanltarj privy This, however, Is only partlj tuccesBlul The ideal method would fbe i6 rid a place of flies illogather by destroslng their breeding places The horse man ure of stables can he; io handled and treated lo kill all Ihe eggs, Ihe larvae and Ihe pupae found in them If these were totallj -flestroi'ed no flies could possibly The individual cllizen must protect his own house against1 the entrance of the Us Screening 11 the best od known, but In spite of all screen- Ing borne flies will make then way into the home These must be killed An easy way to accomplish It Ib to take some soft, Hat object such as a rolled up newspaper anfl kill them by the Dimple means ot.stitklng them If there be of these insects to go Jlflei in that mannef, there are man) excellent fly traps and Itj pois- ons that can be made to do effectual work 'Bj all these methods combined flies maj be got rid of One matter of momenl, ana" Ihe only one which it In the bands of the housekeeper, IB the habit of keeping all foodstuffs cajefullj covsied and awttj from the possibility of contact with flies THE RECORD OF JUNE FAILURES See the Kellogg "Corn Fed" boy! Isn't he a big, chubby fellow? Every morn- ing he gets a big dish of the growing food Kello'gg's 'Corn'Flakes. He thrives like your children will thrive when you feed them the nutritious sweet hearts of the world's finest corn. Buy a package today. lOc TOASTED CORNFLAKES I f; f-: f V V ELUSpffS OUR BEST FLOUR Ask any cook what makes flour.scum best, The answer will be that It is the flour yhich bakes the fmeit bread with the least amount of'trouble ftnd wufcte. That flour. Send tor a tna] today anrj test It 'for yourself. I r-t Ellison MiUing and Elevator Co. HILLS AT LETHBIIIOOE, RAYMOND AND MASRATH DUN'S REPORT MAKES SOME IN- TERESTING COMPARISONS- AMOUNTS INVOLVED DECREASE New Voit, Julv YHhough com- nercial fmliics in tlie Dominion of Caiuila as reported toiR-G Dun ind company raoie numerous lining Urn drsl Jiall of 1912 than In ithcr of the two preceding Uie nmounl' of innchifrinrsi mvohert was thf bnmllist foi similar period back lo The total Insolvency! numbers liSB jgainSl in the previ- ous jur, and Ii50 in 1810, whcreJb Die Si, 1 of dcfaultcil liabilities corapand and respectnch in the two e.u- lier The- eihibit flora the man- iatisfaclorj the fif- tcrn that, occulted bring than the reported in 111! end hrlow of both 1901-8, the Jl.iJO, H7 of liabilities shotted .1 decrease in companion jear sinci 100'r In tiading there a in- crease of 22. failures over Die preced- ing scar, rilO defaults against 188, but tlie, t'1'5 respcet ihoiH Ihn sonic, a.s in 1110 and better' than, in HO1) or I'lflS, uhile the of indebtedness imoUcrt was the ligbtcst in four jcalb Ihe dnision nnboiljlng brikcii, iaderstapd similar (oncorns supplied cornidetftblG Riovth in number of f.tih'ies lotnlled ill as com- pried Mth llip pre.ltuis and in 1110, tlie liabilities of these insohencrs couipai itnth smalt ul or onh nboiil more (fun In I'M I During tlie same six months, of 1010, the was 1RB, Mhcreas lears ago the .isp.resatr swelled In Education en Harvtatlni There Is no-question about the good work the International Dry-Fanning Congress Is doing In educating the farmers to produce a maximum crop, and It seems'to me that .your, work should not stop here, hut you'abbuld educate them to save and their crops in the moat economical and Efttiifiotory etf, Spokane, Washington. When Ihe- steamer 3to'neyv Laie struck ii launch in which he Vaa panscnser on Uttle son of Peterboro juniped Into ter ami was drowned. f{ T n Teale of Ihiown from his