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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta October -THE LJSTHBniDfSK DAILY HERALD FUNSAL OF WHALTHY TORONTO BREWER AIU., Oct. tall j the tftu-iuj; inUrtils ol Western Sih wet ri'pr'sentaUifS.lbro-jjih the; io.iulry li.tcy piices lor malt-j bailey. Oa the 'strength of this big iu sosie cases as BO teats ret bushel, large areas of were sown. It luruetl out sell and was v.ell saved, but nol- v.ilhiUr.dltig the lancy pricohas j betu loitheoraing. In ite place iL'c Laic been offering the Ijimers like 34 cents at luihc-1 or abov.t. a cx-nt aboio Fort W.lliMii price. This !ras lescnt- acd a promlnrnt grain dczler In ilu south country informed' tte Uer- at'l's represent atiio that much bar- Icy [bat could be cold lor 34 cents will 'be held and fed to hogs. He slaird further that it will u difficult to RCt malting barky In Catdbton disinct next year liter the treatment accorded thoso wr.o out of (heir May to grow it this year. COOL-HEADED ENGINEER STOPPED RUNAWAY CARS Vancouver, Oct. for tho prompt action of Engineer Jack Cros- tiy, the Coquitlam Pass would have teen the scene of smash-up on liio Kettle Valley lino. A train of care became detached from (heir 'engine aud started, down tho track, gaining speed at yard. Crosby saw the danger, and went half- way to meet It. Getting cloze to the runaway be reversed tho en.-. glne, and In abort tltno was able to couple and bring U to a ttandBtlll. Employes of the lale.Kugeuo O'Keefe, marching behind funeral 'carriage tfl day alter t. Michael's Cathedral. WAIVES ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGULATIONS Ottawa, Oct. Minister of Ihe Interior has decided to waive the regulations forbidding the killing of game in the Koeky.Mountain park ana baE authorized the superintendent'to procure a parr of mountain, goats and one male mountain sheep for the Cal- gary natural history society.. Sleep Disturbing Bladder Weaknesses Backache-Hheumatism, Quickly-Vanish EVEN MOST CHRONIC SUFFER. ERS FIND RELIEF FROM FEW DOSES OF CKOXONE EOOD such con- ditions because it reachei the very root? of tho It ioto tho 'Btoped up, tnacUve kid- neys, through the waJli and lin- ings; cleans oat the little filtering and glands; nBUlraiftea acd ulssolvss tbo poisonous uric acid subabincea'that lodge in the and muscles "to scratch and Irritate and cause rhftumaUam; heals tho fnflajiied nuiabraaoa of tbo blad- -dor, and cleans out and Ktrength- ens ibe Btopped up, llfcleEB Sidneys ?o they, can filter all tbo poisons from tho tlood Vnd drive It out of the "system. So sure, BO posUh'o, so qhick and tasting, ore tha resulta obtained from the use of Croxone, .th'at three dosea day for a fcvr days often all that la-roqulfed to end the worst.bacfeicbe, regulate, the most annoying bladder dlsonJerE, and overcome tbe numerous other'Elm- liar conditions. Crosone is so pTOparcd it Is luipoE'aible to talce it without results, An original package 'costs.but a trlHc, and aU are auth- orized to return the purchaao price 1C Uroxone-fails to gSvc'dealred re- rosardless o( how .old you are, you have suffered or what else has failed. M his mturner fallowed land lias grown an image of IS buaheli! and ?Q pounds to the and be liw obtained a quality u.d site of-Hail seed irlth vhtcb to challenge the world. This seed n-.Htured 10 days earlier than a field of common flax ol tho choicest obtainable curly strain on a plot of 10. acres adjacent, fur- thenfcoro It has to appearances tnore than tlie ceatage ot oil Iu lait year's seea. Dominion Cereailet Marvels The Beed haa been Rent to the Do- mloloa chemist at OtUu-a. for an offic- ial tett the paet week, and Dr. C. E. SauDdcrs, Domlalbu ceroallal, regards It a fllicovery or groat commercial Oa the experimental sUllon (arm hero the (loMon Flax threshed out thle fall 26 bushels and 29 pounds to tho acre, anJ this Is accounted for In a measure by the excellent and tho fine coll and careful maange- ment abUlriatrtY H was oot as rapid In maturing CB a etralii of the early common flax on this farm, however, and this !i accounted for through the tme ot iecilng, the common having ad an advantage of 10 days at a time ast May when seed sprouted rapidly. uperialendent Falrfleld, however, ro- ards tfca Golden as quite likely to bo he variety ot the future in Western Canada, and with development ot he fibre macWneB by vrtitch the straw an be made Into hinder ttvlne and ut to other uses he thlnts It baa a till greater future an HB straw IE drairably adapted for fibre, Prcf. Carletou R. Rail, cereaHet In 0- Mucli Interest- Taken in This New Variety, Developed in Southern Alberta The new variety erf flax that Charles L. Kane of this city has developed to a standard, promises to bring much fame U> Southern Alberta', and he has given It the name of Golden Flex of Southern Alberta with this-in view. One of the finest samples of-flax'evei exhibited has been sent by Mr. to the Canadian Land and Apple Show which opened on Friday and another largo eihlbli is For weeks past, since the beginning! of. threshing operations, the eeed and grain expertB have been correspond- Iruj'ivith Olr, Kane in regard to bta BucceEg with his new variety this year.-for It was first brought to their attention last fall, when, at the Dry Fanned Products Exposition here ho exhibited about a Quart of It. Thla was Us standardirlng teat, and It has held good anti tme to color, size and aud Bireples have been forVafdeci to (he Uosjlnion and United States government eipertg, at being prepared for slilpment by the JnternatJonal Soil Products'" Ri- posUIon. at TuEea, Oklahoma; Vnera It has been entered for flweepstahc-flaJc prize offered by. the big Unseed oil trust THE HERALD'S oo ALL-CASH SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST INFORMATION BLANK .1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbrldge, A Ha. I ant interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you. send me a Jew supplies and further information NA ADDRESS. their special rwiliCEt, for analysis and further testa. It has a record for yield, having furi as high as 2C bush- els nnd 29 pounds Ihe acre on a. al Hie experimental farm an'd over 19. bushels to Ihe acre under dry farming conditions at Iron Springs and1 the marvel of the success of Mr. Kane_, at the latier larm is that this land-'waB once ho'mefiicaded and was deeerted by the' 'homesteader proved up because he caught the Australian fever'and went to the An- tipodes to farm1 irrigated lands of tKe government years In order to Ee.t.'a tract alee, toi the one he'gtiit, 'rBred-Thrbughv Action of The story of the dlico'very and de- velopment of Urtt bbauUfu) Hut I .briefly told, and that a layman-a'hquh run across and brought'it to-its pirfect stage a credit. In itself to Two years ago, while visit- ing" a friend tn Mantua Mr. Kane was shown a large field of flax that was In bloom and he expressed- amazement at Seeing a iiuall patch In whUe while all the rest of (to Geld win the uiual flax In blostOm. He Invcstl- feale'd this wlilto flowered flax ind Drptight somo of H home (o show to fTlends, and then ho decided to try Borne of tta seed If he could obtain It, "which ho succeeded In doing. His In Montana did likewise with sorae of the while seed, hut he mel .vvlA failure while -Mr. Ksjie developed stAng strain of a white flai had a sunburnt or golden hua matured In the seed, Frcrri this quantity of leed ho raised'the sample that exhibited nt the Dry Farralng Congress last fall and'aufJV cient seed to produce a good -sized field of It this year on.bis farm nt frp'n. 'Some have advanced the theory thai the'novel color and'the peculiar vds brought about through polonlzlng by bfies, and others that the polcm oi a-daisy .or tome other flower wai blown upon Oe field of flax and thui changed the brown flax irith its.bine iloVer to a snowy white blOMomlng Tarl.ely. The floriculturist has to ho heirJ In this but tome who are qullo proficient raising o Bowera maintain It could not have been effected by because Ihere Is no honey In. the blpaeom o that therefore U mint have been duo to action of the Excella In Oil Contint A'.lest was made of liil ycar'i son for iu oil value, and It hhndled it is a very nice oil producing seed and U appreciated by the crush- ere. it has one merit which is that a man cnn always tell when the seed becoming mixed. It Is most closely Bseaiisa He tio Lonier Suiters Wllh Heaflaclies TAVLORVILI.R, ONT. ''I Tjasa suCtrer from Ffaifu) Ktad- achea lor over uvo years. .Somriimti, they were so lid that 1 uas tmsb'.t to work for daya at a tiir.e. I tuok all Vinds ol medicine, was trtatcd by phy- tkiaiis.buijeUheHeadacttaperTisi.fcd, Ashoit time ago, I v.asailTiscdtotrv "Fruit-a-lives" and I did so, wiib Inru't confess, very little faiih. But afltr I had taVen tlitm for days, EJT Hcidachea wtrc easier in a imi '.hty left inc. After i had taken a box of my headaclies wtie quitt cured. Mj apptlite n-as aletays poor ir.d nit- etomach now my appetite i'l spleydid aad wy digestion excellent. 1 had become thin and vreaV ficoi tha ceaitant Headaches byt LOW not orlv have I bten cured of all awful Headaches, bat my sirencth is up once more and Iff el Hkea oewaan" BERT CORNBH.. Tale 500 A bor, 6 aUe, 350. At dealers or froai (Hteni. related to the socalled Argentine va- in habits and tnaraclerlsttca, eicept that it Is -whlte-sK-ded, whlU flowered flax." Attracts Madam To The Kitchen THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large foliow- ing of fashionable cooks who dip into the culinary art simply for this pleasure they derive-from trying dainty recipes previously not attempted. They are all most enthusiastic supporters of tbe Gurney-Oxford because it contains many citclu- siye devices that make a perfect cooking equipment. Its bven is evenly heated in every corner to insure deiidousiy dainty cakes, golden brown biscuits, arid light flaky pastry. A' special Divided Flue carries the heat to every hole on the range. The top is perfectly smooth and clean, requiring no black lead polish. But most important is the Economizer.; It is a small lever'- that moves around a series of six notches giving the exact degree of heat required for any. particular dish.' iThe the- range shut off and the kitchen kept- cool between meals by turning the lever to a certain number. The fire is held at a low ebb on a'special Reversible Grate Until a baking oven is required. Then the necestary heat can be obtained quickly by simply turning the Economizer lever to an6thernotch. Such control as this enabled many smart women to'; invent some very tempting v dishes which they set triumphantly before friends, It will you to investi- gate the Gurney- Oxford. CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW-CATALOGUE i'STVVES AND RANQES" 3 10-Sth Street South -.i Phone76I ;