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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Saliii-da.v. June 101.2 I m H '.i I .11 'as ,M in; It'j no where wonder Maple Budi tule food, il'i'no womder motlwn eveiy- ue the little folks to spend ptnniei -for them. Maple Buds are nothing more than tin of chocolile, pure milk and the doctor would recommend to build up a licVly child. The most delicate child can digefl them. The distinctive flavor of Maple Buds is entirely due to. the use of only the bett'chocolate. The fine velvety texture comei from grinding and grinding through innumerable steel rolleri. COWANS MAPLE BUDS They're Not MAPLE BUDS Unleu They're COWAN'S The Cowan Co., Limited Toronto OaUno MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR molts clclicionsly'in the month fou eat it. Jlade from this flour, pie-crust is a triunipli- the proud .housewife's joy, for it makes her baking really worth while. Get a sack today and stop worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. -MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH WHEX YOU BUT VOIIT moat you as be sure of the r. jiitc% ment at tlic rioJil that lias made, our Imputation. THIS MARKET ONCE Ons .will make 'you a regular customer. Lethbridfg Meat Market j. MURPHY, PROP. Phone R1CKARD NOW CATTLE KING The Promoter.. Turns His Back on Politics arfd the Roped Arena New York-, June Rickard the former boxing promoter wiK leaie Cheibotirg for IjlueuoB Ajres to moirow to hecQme manager of ft big land aiid cattle company which ha" just been organized in the United SUtes with one and a half million dollars paid up capital 'Rickard has turned his back on politics-and the roped arena, and saya he will the making monej fhe company has pureJiasefi three and' a half: million acres m Paraguaj, and ill slai t ivjth ;one hundred head of cattle, which will he increased .to half million' laxer. Tiverily Texas cowboys, all speak Spanish, will act as'foremen of five hundred Paraguayans on v'hat Rickard says will be the worlds greatest cattle ranch, :FIRST TRUSTEE BOARD The first Board oE the Medicine Hat Methodist chuich TVBS compoBed of Jlessrs. ThomaB ill, J. G. Armstrong, R F Green and "W H Bfideman, all oE "wnom are still 11% R F Green is the M P for .Kootenay Oo where you wltt, Drink what you will, You come back to Fry's Aod relish It OUR WINDS MAKE VimE CITIZENS EXPERT DILATES 'ON FORMING INFLUENCE OF NORTHWEST WINDS .London, Tune the increas to climatic condl ticns, of the transplanted Britisher, soon make Canada the centre point "of. the Empire, is the st-atement with Wil- lis-JIoore, chie-f-'of the Urii'ted States Weather has .startled London- era. :it can be scientifically demonstrated thai the climate of the American con ttnent is producing arrace in mental an-d physical promis-es t0 ;he distinctly .more efficient'than anj past nation of the Xoithern A race He bases his tbeorj on the fact that the of the American, Mowing w-Hh great velocft> extreme alti tude of "electrical potentiality, I release more ozone "m state 'for luimtfn oreathfng than in any othei place world- The continental climate, of America dif- fers from the marine climates of Eu- rope in the that most of the winds originate oter land areas, and that they carrj oxjgen, which is read ily tianimiited Into by electrl citv, whereas the'marine winds of the British Isles and the European contin- ent are lacking in the means for-re- leasing this element Conse qtientH, the American weather pert maintains that the Canadian can no'more control nervous energy, which is the marvel of Europe than he can stop his own to Professor Moore, race efficiency depends upon the following formula: The higher the veloc- ity, the greater the downward com ponnent of motion whereby six mol- cules of oxygen of two atoms each are changed into three molctiles of ozone of throe atoms each> in which form .they- enter the and'drive-the physical- and mental engines .rit the maximum, rale This Is what the .northwest, winds are doing for Canada, which need fear no competition from.'the rest of v.orltl ftfi long as the winds con tinue to blow, ..QUMDROP PROVED FATAL Winnipeg, June Uendell {.stumbled.while eating gumdrops yes- terday and fell, .bumping, Vila bead and "Ask your druggist FKVS MALTED COCOA" j The Great Strength Builder for Invalids. J trachea, CLERICAL PARTY IS THREATENED EXTREMISTS LED POPE ASTRAY ON LABOR ERATE MEN PROTEST Berlin, -June off-season in politics lias been enlivened by the out- break of .what appears to be 11 seri- ous crisis in tho Centrum, or Cleri- cal party. It was occasioned by a (leclar.uiou ol the 1'opo giving his approval to tho so-oallod Association of Catholic Labor Unions, the, small- er, of the two Catholic labor organ- izations of the country. Most of the Catholic wo'rkiugnien are organized in (lie Christian Labor Unions, which contain about members, while the association is said to have only about Tho Christian Unions arc not exclusively Catholic, though by far the larger part of their mem- bers belong to that church. Their chief aim is to oppose Socialism, and they regard it .is necessary to admit Pro- testants' in order to have the best success in that direction. In this point they have the support of the Clerical party. The association, however, strongly condemns the in- ter-denominational character of" the unions, and demands that labor organ- izations, he fullv under the control of the Catholic church anil a wing of the Clerical party colled the "Berlin movement" supports this view Friction lias been growing between the two labor organizations, and still more between the two corres- ponding wings of the Centrum. Only recently Uerr.Roeren, one of the prominent representatives of the par- ty in the Reichstag, resigned his seat because he was not in harmony with] ihe policy of minimizing the clerica character of.the party. The present crisis was broucht on hv the associ ation, which 'recehtlv sent an ad- dress of homage to the Pope, tcon it was saiil, a sharp attack on the unions; and ifc was in.answer to this that the Pope uttered his con- demnation of'the latter, pronouncing their fundamental principles false. Since this declaration was made the Christian unions have issued a state- ment in which, they use exceedingly sharp language against the associa- tion, saying among other things that its address to the Pope was the "cli- max to, a ,longir.canipaign of .slander on the 'part of the association against the Christian and that the "Supreme head of the Catholic church 1 as ef1 been ore ihsgraepiulH de- ;Ce-iyed and charac- ter of the Christian Labor Unions.in whole matter "has PeopJ eat Kellogg'a People in all life s eat Kellogg's daily. V The doctor bef he scientific knowledge of its great food value. The monty carinbt buy a more delicious breakfast cereal; The athlct Most pcopl unlike tha ecauso it is a 90 per Cent energy food. Keltogg's because of its delectable ,ny other cereal''food. 10 10 cents buys a big package. A FILTRATION C1S1 TYPHOID im Dr. L. G. DeVeber. meJ health offlcor, addresses the follA Icttei to the Herald: The epidemic of typhoitjhis ci and vicinity last fall mves tigation. The result of tion showed that the city eases were caused by tpltk sup- plied from one farm were several cases of cases on this farm were easily trflo to.the suypli, MZ water. Water from inigstlon cps is pei- tect lor the purpose "ftj it is in- tended the mign of land, but it was never iutej "01 is it1 at all fit for domestic1 purposes. lie..unsafe: and aPS as. is used straight from thef-h. must numerous cases typhoid To a certain1 extent, hovf. this may be rectified and the rendered stirred up a vastdeal 'of animated discussion, in (lie press of all parties There is-even considerable talk oE a probable'Split in the Clerical party i James formerly ,of the Bank of British'North has become assistant general manager of Cooking help from across the seas. Edward's Soups are tie next best things to having an Edward's expert in your kitchen to make the Soups, Sauces, Gravies, Stews, Meat Pies and Hashes. EDWARDS' cost only 50. a package and are invaluable for making all sorts of tasty, delirious They thicken up the thin add body to the stew enable you to use up "left-overs" in many appetizing ways Just tiy IMvvard's Soups, and see how much work and money they can. save you. Sc. a package and more inexpensive still in 15 and 250. tins. Edward? Soufi in Ihret vtrietitl Srttvr, Tsmvt, Whit Tit Ura-m laray a 4 itlurilting uuf prtpartd frtn tut kerf aitjjriili vrgeraklts. The ttktr tva trt furtfjf vtftukk ttuft, W. H. ESCOTT CO., WINNIPEG for Manltobn, and AlbirU Section of Firing ci tern fairlj safe 'n is filti ation I had pfcarea a plan (as pti illustration) I a filtration cistern .whidh .will I link give the -.desired result. Thesjcisterns should be of cement, and (ving put the; plan be fore the Construction Co., Ltd.. Lethbrlje, H. .T. Goode, manag er, I am quote their prices ?106 fixGxG ?82, 10 per cent ft these prices if top is siiuare j These ciqlns will, I feel sure, gne jafeti Thfrrrice ib reasonable and I should stpgly urge, all'those using irrigation to instill them As1 he-ilth ofllii of Lethbndge 1 deem 't my duty if insist that" all those sup- plying mil to citi and iiung on irri gallon dittos shall nibtall If Goode fill any; further infor- mation djired. I shall be only, too happy to pscuss the matter wllh any one wishlg so to