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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LLiTHBHlDGE DAJl.V HKHALD SATURDAY. OCTOBER tf,. 10l!T SUNFLOWER IS USEFUL ! AS WELL AS DECORATIVE! AVE YOUR SEEDS FOR CHICKEN FEED- ! -VERSATILE PLANT HAS MANY USES j Are you one of the fortunate people WliO have sunflowers ;;i your u;inli-n .' Probably you have not ronsi:it skiix- of the giant flowers that rear themselves to rhe sun. But their usefulness lies in their feeing- allied to the cstise of i'oo.l conservation through the medium of the An American writer is responsible 'or a surprising statement to the effect that there are :U>.075 yard, then the thing t(P3o is to save i Champhtin found the Indians cultivat-your sunflower seeds and feed them j -"P il for f0CKl Purposes and making to tlie egg-layers. It :s a cheap and | !la'r oi! frum the seeds. But it is to economical way of making them I H'^'sia that we owe the logical development of the sunflower. There it has b^pii cultivated as a crop which has netted in twice as much money per acre as any other crop, not excepting wheat. This may se.em like an exaggerated statement until its various uses are examined. In the first -plump and glossy and at the same ; /time supplying a good tonic. , � Sunflower seed used to be used j ! freely by manufacturers of couimer- | 1 cial feed, but the war has advanced i '"the price until it is now almost pro-( imported ons ofgallous of k wer> exported . Muct at its present price to allow of j annuaHv ,y Russia to Great Britain. .(general use. | France. Sweden. Denmark and the; I. Big Wjetage Annuaily. ; United States before the war. It has ! I" However, thousands of pounds of i an agreeable taste, a delightful odor ; the seed go to waste annually in Can- ; and a rich coior. Excellent cattie : ada's gardens and backyards. Why i food is made from th* residiutu of the , not try conserving them for a change? I oil. and thousands of tons of "sun-; The sunflower has run its race for this I flower cake" used to be exported j season and it is withering on the  from Russia annually, stalk. Give the seed plenty of time, j Still Other Uses j to mature before, cutting off "the heads. J Even the stalks of the versatile ' . .Then take them off 'and put them in | plant can be turned to account. They ; the cellar for a time to mate sure that 'are used as fuel and at/; superior to ! they are thoroughly dry. And-in the  pine wood for this purpose. They: Sua! analysis, feed them to the chicks, j blaze brightly with great heat, give ' They -will be very appreciative, for  forth a pleasant odor while burning ' ALfiERjkNEWS The new term al thJ University of Alberta has opened wjh a good deal of enthusiasm on the p|rl of both pro-; fessors and student*. Tlte corridors of the Arts building are thronged with . young men and womel eager to begin the winter's work, and the regis-\ trar's staff are busy frrm early morn-! itiR to late at night, curdling students iind giving advice on tie selection of courses. There arc setaral registrations in the new department of Household Science, a course which prom-'. ises to be very popular. In the. Arts course an option is be'tiR offered to � students in the senior y�ars. who may ,. take Honsehoht S?cienc� as one of their subjects. Twelve meu now uiuUv training at Sarcee camp are being sent to the ('Diversity of Alberta to proceed with their medical studies. The Victory l.o.m commit lee of Edmonton is securing a number of reWs of :ilm. 1'athesrope size, prepared especially for use in connection with the l'.'is Victory Loan campaign. The do. parnnent of J^xtension of the 1'niver-sity. which conducts a moving picture film service throughout the province, wilt work with the committee by circulating the Victory Loan films, among those,who own the- Pathiveo;>� machinej^'so'd by the department. For meetings in and around Edmonton, where it is desired to use theS. Corp. ("!. E. Bayles. overseas railway construction corps. It was largely due to his skill ami untiring cm-rgy that the nine railway mounted guns and howitzers were successfully removed. 441.410. Sergt. D. E. Denmark. Observing a raiding party in difficulties, under heavy fire and bombing, he got around the flank oFan enemy post and succeeded in driving the enemy out, tv. i enabling the attack to proceed. I!7S.:?C9, C.S.M.. C.J. Enright, ll.lt. Vi:h an officer he rushed enemy block has been drawn up and posteo/on the j and machine gun post, during a bomb-students' bulletin board in the court ing fight he entered, enemy post at house. Mr. Kent Power, registrar for � great personal risk and captured a i the Calgary branch, of the Faculty of j machine gun. According to instructions being is-[ sued by Fuel Administrator John T. ! Sterling, of; Edmonton, to the dealers Oct. 4.-Feats of gallantry j and consumers of coal in tlte province, for which Canadians are > no hoarding of industrial coal is to bo permitted. The scale for priorities of delivery is given by the administration, and operators are to give precedence in j the following order: Railroads, mili-1 tary and : aval requirements, Dunlin- i ion government buildings, provincial j and municipal buildings, public utilities, retail dealers, manufacturing} plants engaged in war contracts toi the extent of -'5 per'cent, of their | total production; other manufacturing plants. Any operator may nt any time require the consumer to glvo him a certified statement showing the amount of coal on hand and the amount required by him each month. in order to protect the public against the chance of low grade coal being placed as high grade, tvery operator shall place upon his invoices the name of the mine from -which tho coal was obtained, and every dealer shall similarly mark the bill and receipts for his customers. The administrator has also the power to appoint his inspectors to examine the coal at any mine at any time. MADE IN CANADA &fsmcimiT&T.U6i! Baking i'owdeb I*1N� NO 00m ' Ciduey and Bladder troubles on the leases of whalemeat this season ' -it market to-day. This is a fact proven j their cannery. by tijuidreds of testimonials. Try them : Analysis of whalemeat shows it to andtjbe snreof instant relief. Por sale i resemble corned beef or mutton. It con-eyarywhere at fiflc a box. A sample j tains 24 per cent, or protein ;is com-1 box^rea if you write to- I pared with from Kl to 14 per cent in ' The National Drug & Chemical Co. j mutton or pork, of Canada. 'Limited, Toronto, Ontario. 1 . Sales of whalemeat arc not yet large V, SV'-residents should address Na-Dru- i111 Canada or the I'nifed States, but j (JB�Ihc./202 Main St., Buffalo. N.S". tn ia K"urJ lic'al h�� l�ccu snipped,to Samoa1 jand r'iji. The Aeolian -Vocalion " IheVocalion produces the sort we want in our home" . ! hmvm& ''l wns int^nS'":ly interested the: vcrj first record th;:: was pi-veil for us by the Vocation. The black disc which upon mzny a machine hid sent Us epical talking ir.r.-ch:ne tone to my ears-:he ?e'f-same disc under-the sound box of the Vocation filled \h� room with the wonderful throbbing tone of 2 'cello. fr-irly cov.ld see \h bow, the s;rong. n the'cellistleapi-ngu "Brfnro heard fj::r home lor th**, Voc VI*. vras r.ot until U*.* S'.nnd '.he f*.:ll aignifi; cal Jon exi>Tt-5hion ih.-v. H;.*.'- crf*a:iv th?? a-mu;:ciar.3hip :-rfr!i \-lh'.oni'-z l<: rr.'j.y.-., � c^n a,i:\oi'i." pi music nuine music. I � swint; of thft rnb'p fingers of pen thestrings. e we had a place in