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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Odohcr 1, 1013 THE LETIIBKinGE DAILY HERALD Pagejf "I mm IY CURE JOIM i tod Enttrrty To Taking "Friit-a-ilm" ADDING TO THE GAIETY OK HOME UUU3 CAMPAIGN Qire.. Due. the past twelve ye attacks of 1 could r.. the past twelve yean, I f mot dlgttt my' food ted most agoablng 13 my I also feirtnl ilUck of 1 had no iDovetueat ol tht for two docfon m east .side- of au i Inlectcd field will hold the tudc when the strong west winds tear loose. Ii trying the idea out, Mr. Taylor! cowed tho teed with a drill, every other hole, so that the rows would'be'about-, ten-inches apart. Ily the time the mustard! Is the. flower stalks will form an impassible, harrier, if.they have sown early enough In the spring. On Mr. Tay- lor's ranch-the stalks were seven and eight lect and would witastand the strongest ol 'winds, holding alii the mustard ar.d other weeds that! happened 'lo blow against them. Mr. Taylor advocates leaung the! stalks over the winter, and his ren-i son is a good one.- i Thc'eotlection of rduse would, catch nnrt hold nil U.o .veritable irrigation system would be created, in the spring during the thaw. s Of the heads ol Ihe Isunftpw'irs could bo harvested In the I fall. The seeds roatiO the very best ol [ehlcken feeil. Then, .when the snow- has all. melted, und the mustard hai been thoroughly dried out, touch a match to the whole works and let 'cr Tho barrier will U cl arcd In ;tMs way just in'lime to allow. i other sowing. I In the meantime, a. can be fear iliat it will be thc.wtcrt pest after the first'big-.w.nd. H is a ufll kntiwn-tact Jlovcrs make a prolific growth in (Ms" climate, and. that they. Mr.1 and the killing bl a nclchhorlns put into practice on all and his two .'wives, told ol the of a'fleld. H the'.sprcat! of this weed) subsequent eating ol the victims with stopped it would not take he utmost urxmicern. 30 CMfwSc Tha way: SpiinUoa We3-m-One on two-thirds of a yard of cheese clouS, Let it (land until the oil has permented tvery part of clolh. Then you have real dusting 5c.': Why not we money? Feather rWcrs comnwri duslinn tags scalier particles cf dual afl over iho house. But doth moistened wih a lillb 3-in-One o3 lech atom of right on laeclclh. None NopeMe, GO icld; colliiaf to jure llii Get Ilia oil led At Acttetlctii fodiyl (Jtar, He told ol eating the hand ol one wife, bul refused to touch the other, as he had killed her, and (t .was r.ot .he custom of his tribe -to eat one's own victim. The two women were singed first, then cut up into .small ricces, mixed with sago, -cooked, wrapped up in'leaves, and distributed to the 'victors, including their women and children. _ Q Measles is a Deadly Disease VEGP.EVILLE TO EDMON. TON AT THAT FIGURE MAY REDUCE BANK RATE Berlin, Sept, pMJlblljty of he reduction of the German bank rate wna held out to'dajr by Otto Von lasenapp, vlce-prejldsnt'of the Oer- mao Imperial Banfc; 'at ths monthly meetlDg of the Institution. He said -he reduction would depend upon the extent of the. demandn.on the Imperial Banl: at the .These, Edmonton, Oct. 1. Natural gas, pip- ed 'from the Vogrevllle district, miles east of .here; ran dcliv. to Id Edmonton at nine cento a thousand cubic feet, according to F. 0. Clapn and L. 0. Huntloy, jtaa of Pltlsburfc; have Btfo mitted an eirhaustlve report to the town of Vesrevllle a'lres'dy" cubic ftti dally lowever, argo. he declared already Yarmb-Jlh, Enflsnd, Sept lent suffrage "arion wera ln busy today. They destroyed thi greeni of the municipal colt Ith acid, leaving a confusion o{ thrir crime on the ground, and a note'gaj. Ing "the timber yard was Ht on. by ns." This had reference to a' fire on Saturday, wblcb worth of lumber. Edmonton, Oct. H. W. Hill, head or Itie Inslllute of Public Ileallh of Ont., palil In a public Rd- dross at the Canadian Club here that If pcrsops suffering.from cancer were treated with ordinary car< during the early stagef of the dlgcase, the death rsto would be'reduced fully 50 cent., He declared also that measles, viEUally treated as a joke, la one of Ihe. moat, deadly In re- sults. "Xol lefa than' 90 per cent of the. population.of the North American he added, "have suffired from an ,of measles at one time or other, and in moat some Iraco Is leJt'In Ihe body. The tlmS coir.e to educnle.the public ant to trcot measles as one .of the.dead liefit drecafes. We can no longer trea tbfi malady as'a jolce, as we haVe li and it Id In Ih; intcreit.o hullh lo leeln Ihe moremen ut deUy." available.' The -experts also rleltec othef.utatrlci, Indudlns Pelican I Wetuktirln, Horlnrllle, Tofleld, Alha tasca, all cf which 'reported ib poiieti uierlLN Vegrcvllle Is Ibe most! promlsiiiK. H Is Estimated that gas' from the'flrst namod would eost from 24 to 45 cents a thousand feel, on ic- ount tlie. distance to bo coivrtd by he pliw lino. Mayor William Short, la alM 'chairman of tho board of has been deUgaUd to submit recommendations to the city council, The pipe lino and Is csUraalcil to cost about Chairman Drayton Busy wilh Ottawa, Sept. 30. The freight rale (n is fllll en ajlnj- the. attention ol the- railway hoard. Chairman Draylon is at'presmt In: Montreal studying the tiucsllori fio-n' the standpoliil ol.Canadian shlpi, and j interviewing transport-companies I engnged in .trarif-At.bnt'c trjdc. The] resiills inquiry will hc-incoippraicd'-'in his report along' In this question, in j The young folks don't know ewhy, but 'they just 'love Kellogg's Toasted ;Corn It owes its rare gpcki- ness and appetizing flavor to our secret pro- cess of It's good for. the children .at. all times and seasons.' Look on the CORHaAKES ;