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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH THE LETIIBRIIHSE DAILY H E R A I, U PAGE N1XF; Your Grocer Tor Coffee it for breakfast tomorrow note the satisfied smile as your husband enjoys his morning cup. China (a Montreal. WOTHEH ALWAYS UTS Mt OXO, tVS 'They beat the old ideas building up strength and sturdy Meat May Be Injurious and) Is Expensive! Some people may eat lots of meat without in- jury tg theirheaUh. but it's hard on-their-pockets: Olhers shouldI avoid meat almost entirely, yet they eat it pay in both health and purse.- Either class will benefit by eating less meat and more Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes. It gives much more nourishment than jits cost in meat, is infinitely more easy to quently, better for. you. Ask foj; CORN FLAKES It's the original. 10 cents per package; MOST REMARKABLE KNOWN TO SCIENCE At Hie (tarilng-lovr ul a .Torn-ito bold elevator is a complete weather chart for the past 21 yiars. It Is iiot a but brain of Hie elevator man, Mr. William .Mc-N'alr. i'coplo travelling up and down in thai tieialor can o'Jt wlial the iwttlier'was.ou a ceitati! day In Hie pjst 21 Mr. McN'alr is an uncanny r.leuiory. He tan recall without any hesi- tation the latnufc'Sl dcL.II, o: life c'u nnj- Elvf.i dale. The above i.tclnrc a inimbcr or trofeicri. wiiose eiijerlmcnts have? revealed tin amazing development of From to" II. F. iSlupan. chlci direi-tor of Hie Mtterolwlul Department in Toronto; llov. Prof. Cotton of Wycllffo College; Mr. MoNiilr, Fl. WetiLrr. and A. II. Abbott, pro fessor of ['jycliology in tlift I'ulversUy of 'I'oroutu. VESSEL UNSEAWORTHY CREW ,V, TO PROCEED Gibraltar, ..March ol too i.rp.Tc of tlm British atcatrier her refused to o'n'ine" vpya'ge to that- the -vessel Was unsen- -.vorlhy. ROYAL HOUSEHOLD nl.lijif.t loof.vith n fine, CARDSTON CREAMERY WILL COL LECT CRpAM PACKED IN ICED CANS ihtir well as thkt the r.iiK Oxo to nio'.hcrs, i? for tKisvronderful, a (ennaneat place in rjtsery. A ctmji. OF oxo YIELDS JCST THAT NUTRI- MENT A GKOWI.Vf, atlM) SKEDS. AND MADE )N A MOMENT WITH AN OXO CUUEj JOVER 206 COWS ON ROUTE' j Cardstoc, Jfai-cli Harry >fcln- rcansser of Iho Cardaton cream- has jtist returac-d flora a visit to the boundary country along tho Mc- :Inlyre lease where he investigateil tho Cranbrook-, Murcli brook anil district to have a np-to-dato Conserrallve news-1 paver in the near future. At an en- thusiastic meeting of silbfcribMs of stock belli tonight, the following pro- visional were anointed to push forward the scheme with all due diligence: P.. E. Walls; .Vi'aUEburg; U. Mr- Karlane, Crenbrcok-. T. T. McVittle ,nd A. Fort Steele; T. D. Clven; S. .Taylor, Jos. Ryan inii )r. Green.. Crenbrook; H. Clmberly: X. AV. .Burdttt, Marys-; vflU: F. U'. Durgosf, H. 1. Sawyer, Kingifate, and Thomaf i Hates, Moyle.' j JOSEPH OLIVER Former mayor of Toronto Jiai been elected president of the Canad- ian National Exhibition. The follow- ing officials were elected: Iloo. Pre- sident, Jolui G. Kent; President'; .Jof. Oliver; First Vice, Noel Marshall; Second Vice, George Ilootli. of nutting on a wagou that would haul cream to to 'lie made Into.butter here Mr. Mclu- tosh found a'country adrglTably, cd to dairying and 250 cowa- now being milked. Thtso all promised Ibeir cream and Jirial arrasiEemc-nU l bo The costliest gems oi bis one. imlj lion dollar slock o! paintings' sur- rounded 'i iiereon ,1. NlaVeslce, art- deaH'V, when he shot himself the liead in the exliihitton room oi liis jjntlerics'in N'cw 'York. He was? finsjii-ially embarrassed.-'" American Consul M. P. in receipt cf a comniunication trom tbe. American Consular Serylce Head- quirlers, stating tliit. tte pew in- COTEO taK to he imposed on. citizena ol the United Stadu realdent in Can- iila, is not based on" a net income ot J3500, as WAR at flist'Announced. Wtan the lar wit into tiled a year Ws 'n' the basis for.Xhd making (lie.yearly.hilnlmvin on 'which tai-e's''At I6u0 tot an 'iiidlvWtalr. and Ji.'OOT for tlic marital rflltlonsulp; Tbi normal lav is computetl on' tie-ntt Income, and in-ascertaining thjs amount, cc-r- lain 'iillowed'i'.jiich as (he payment of ly of c'arry: ing on businesses, elc. The return lor tV.e year 191Si 19 .computed :-frora i.Marcli 1st, 1913, (o.Dtcembtr 131-3, making ycir !EO that the income on tai necessarily based period ivould be The' notinal I iai on net incomes' from tSflOO is. one per centum ;ptn an- Dtiin, with an additional tax .on larg- er incomes. Mr. Johaslon says that tbe (3000 {basis will make quite a difference In this .ditfrlct, as Ihtie'ait a made shortly for Us transportation. Jacketed cream rang holding 250 UI of cream with an ice float will bo used and tho yellow stuff- will ho vcefgnK cmptieil at tte' milk stand. af tho farmers' "Scmil bottles foi s by_ the drivci i.'saniples' tiSen eyer-v Jsy- Thl be'tesle'd'al the-'creatnery to as fihi the amount of butter faL Th plan'ife a fpr-the squill coun ilioiish it has bceu genernll adoiited in the Hortb of the jir'ovince. Mr. Jlclntosh that In i sliori 'time tbc_cquntry through th on tho Mclntyre lease will hav ejl to dairying and 260 now being "io, dbubie its siafr" and capacity to handle J the cream of its district. .Those will becoxc patrons immediately with i he. number of .cows are as. follows: Peters. 30; 12; 15; .ABiaiion. Biphop Sseilsoir. .15; Illgjlus, (i.Hynos, 15; 1'rankf, 20; Hraca. 16; 17. n a'ddliion to this tho'Owendalo' dis- rict will furnish GO cows. UNITED STATES CREATES COASTGUARD SERVICE Washington, .U.C., March j Senate today, passed the bin by Sen- ator Townsend to create a coastguard j vke, by consolidating the revenue i cutter eervice. and tbe life-saving ser- vice. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Has your inonitiig cup or cofiee .1 full rich flavor and delicate aroinn! If not nsk Jor BLUE RIBBON coffee wjien giving your nest order and notice tho difference. You will bo agreeably surprised. Hlue nibljqii Te.i, Coffee. Bakjng Powder, anil Ivxtracls'aU one Ifrst, wliose Income yearlf out less than SHOOD." is over J2500 VANCOUVER LOAN GOES POORLY For-Sate All Dealers March- .13 stated tlmt only. 14' p'pr cent, of Vancouver's loan al JS'.i has.teeri taken'.tbe SC per cent, wtlters; Th'n city's last loan, Octo lier lajt, was under- writers finme jimo-jul on tbo present'oc'caBion. H will bo noled (lint since tlie aul- nmn Vancouver likS'Ktlffen.Gd tiro gomowliat, tho present res'.ill Is tiot at an lo tc 'derMcil. Tn fact, the market Is tnilto -favorably dlspos ccl towards Canadian public securi- ties. SOAP Assisted when necessary by- Cuticura Ointment. They keep the skin and scalpclean and clear.sweetand besides soothing irritations which often prevent sleep and, if neglected become chronic disfigurements. CutkursSc.ipin.lCrir.tiarat n' HOYAL BANK. CAME .THROUGH WITH A LOAN AND THEY NOW SMILE .Magratli, March financial Ids" In municipal circles, threaten Ing for several weeks. Klll'r.ot occur Tha Royal Bank yeiterday granted the .School Hoard loan amount of which.cannot be but suffice It to say the j staff lias been paid and other out- j standing accounts settled. Th6. an- ilety felt by Iwii. the council and the school board as lo the oulcome of the Btralncd hts re- IICTerl. tcmporHrlly .at and tho ir.imiclpj) niaolilnery 'Ms' .running suio'oihly jfgaln. n tr.'l I 1. 11. cijh 3 K 31-p t'S.r. t CONCLUDES Alia., of'-l'he'Atberta Afr Aoclatlon of ImprovemeA( DiB; -tricU wh) occuuleil rum btr of inspectors wllli loca problems. Tlio next place of meeting n-ill lie ileclilfd cmivcii tion n'lll conclucT.o.t Asthma Catarrh WHOOUSC COUGHS SPASMODIC ZWr BtoKcxrrts WOCFS coiss FUNERAL OF .RAYMOND GIRL Alia.; Jlnfch funeral serrires over the rcmahis.of Unkous, tbo nineteen year liniightcr of "Mr. anil B. Unkoiis held at (lie Tvnrd house Binder Ihc direction of UisJiOi> J. W. Tivahs, a largo bcin? in atieininnco, and .a good turnout fol- lowdil'thc rorpso to tlic Marie bail liecn a long RIH! vatlent suf Her pnMenrc rind goodness i liad won for I'" n largo circle friends wlio are very much Imreavct1 i In her Such j Marie poiiit us lo somethi.ig letter and Dnconrago our hopes for the grca J ctcrnitj donor oi lo the Ulster Kunrf is Sir Sam iirl a nfllivf of Tullyn ney, Covnly ol Anlrim. who emigrat rd tn MHUonrr.o fifty mrs arc. Weilaml f'ounty Council pcti Itf Hominjon (.lovcrnmenl 'ii iinnrl over tp 'ific Darn's riaUltfieU north ot-Thorold fo utcJ afc u "i.ilioris! park. Don't be satisfied with ing less than an Throughout the reproduction Mr. has blazed Every important step conceived first in his mind. He is :the acknowledged master of acoustics throughout the world. His recent triumph is the. Blue Amber ol Record It'came after countless experiments" with all its strength of sweetness of quality and lasting endurance. To Bring out-the remarkable tone of this new record demanded a new ;-reproducer, He invented The Diamond-Point Reproducer With it there is none of the annoyance of changing the needle after Thediamond is as much a part of the plionograpH as its beautiful cabinet. Hear a Blue all we ail. .Your Edison dealer willplayoverasmanyasyou I ike, We are conte nt toleave the verdict with youf ear. A COMPLETE LINF, OF EDISON liECORUS WILL, BE FOUND AT PHONE 445 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. 13TH STREET NORTH Kenny Allin, Limited, Drug-Book Store ,5th Streiet, South Lethbridge, ;