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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Oofobri' 2t, 1913 THE DAILY The million packet soup This soup, of which millions of packets have already been sold; this soup, which has taken over a quarter of a century to perfect this soup, which is prepared, from the finest of Irish gaiucn-grmrii suxeljr h is worth mating t height _ Boil ii for it least. Give U plenty of lime to took.1.' Ji's worlVil. ALL 1HE COiORIS OF A A Man has Home Heat- ed With Natural Gas--A Rich Country Soup ii fcjr Hielf, it iher.rt cf whff leapt-, guod >i a Uurit i; gooJ for huhri, fji Itewi int.fficiiat boilioj. r OWARDS' SOUPS Tomato ir.J WHiK. IKJ. Your (jtocci tti ibcm. etwt ffS't tfcn twrtA it. and 1 50.' tins, and atio jc. There are not jnaHy In the Sunny South tbat uffer the "com- forts and conveniences enjoyed by K. J. Mosedale and his family, who Hvo about twelve loiles soulli of New lon. la fad there are winy city folks who consider themselves If they, could enjoy oae of the ndvantasea of this firm by paying for It- Hut nature ed oa this somewhat out-oMlie-rcay dwelling by contributes one of her free of charge.; Some ago. drillers set lo work lo the earth's cruat for u iupjjly of water. WILL BE- MAGNIFICENT BOATS ANO MAKE ST. JOHN PORT OF CALL the making has surrounded himself with thoPe things which are ordin- arlly lacking In a. pioneer life. And he does no1. Intend to atop j hf re. He Is eslendlnt; his operations. 1 SKLEOU will see t'ae Atlantic Is purchasing more land and more j Ecrrke of the C.P.H. by is InflufctciUK ntajthe addition of two new steamers. friends In the cast to como out and will make St. John their winter embrace the wonderful opportunities I poti Of call. two vessels which tKIs country has to offer. His bo of the one class cabin type, which due only to right methods are tecoroing so popular. Barclay. cured the contract fur the building of the ships some motlia ago, ant the construction is well under way. ot farm'OS, and Ihe faculty ofiCurig Company, of (Jlasgov. se- laughing at seemingly difficulties. Returning to the gas question. Mr. Mosedatc has only J-JEI tt-sun the ap-jThey ire being tpeclally constructed, pUcatlop of KB energy. He la fuial- thB Atlantic) service and will con- a regulator, and in time will udBtiafa erery possible convenience lor it for lighting all his buildings, and for the. power necessary on any or- dinary farm aiout the lulldlngi. The pressure Is sufficiently strong to war. comfort of paeiengers. Their length will .le .5Mr greatest breadth 54 wblle the breadth of the pas- senger deck will be il feet. Each ves- M TO-BE HAD FROM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS EVERY- WHERE. H. ESCOTT CO. LIMITED., WINNIPEG. REPRESENTATIVES FOR MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN ANO ALBERTA. REVEL-ATIONS IN-AUSTRIA.SHOW THM: HIGH OFFICIALS WERE GUILTY OF GRAFTINO Virana.'Ocl. be- iorc una'suh-co'ramissioa appointed hy tVe Miljct-committee to report on the American .shipping service, that Der Glon, now man- rant this, and will fL-niish all will have a capacity foi' 520 eec- They had drilled, nearly two bundred light, heat and power K.ond-cjia, pusengers and l.tOO third- feet to "lib were Just ar> 1 'might'be of Interest to note, in pass-j while thb'deail weight caiacily O'.it -ready lo abandon their quest i'ing that no appliances or stoves are wm he tons, with an M'hen an elcver.-pound pressure ot nal- required In upper storey of. tho mate cargo capac-Hy for tonr. The ftmoiiB cruleer etern, which is tho feature ot the r.e'w Empress re- cently placed on the coast. Is being Introduced and the new will also have six complete steel decks. In ordur to ensure safety the hulls are 'to be subdivided by water- tight doors- bulkheads, so as to -gas-was .struct. ..Although the as registers ihro-jgh the floor f arm'n ceded'wate'r very j allow the passage of sufficient heat a to come" acrous from beloir to warm the rooms alolC the flow' of the expense of the j incidentally, the farm is fairly well "-1 supplied with water A concrete dam forhu'r, and- Mr. Mosedale- bad the flow harnessed, ami" jjtsied- Into hie house, novr an "ab- undance of beat -'for ani1 ager line "ndanco of' heat for Vusttia carried on a vigorous -agiU- and .in -a short lime, will be used for lighting as well. .A ti'md ago-a Herald'man had otcaslon dl 'to The A Austria, carried on a vigorous lion for the emigration of Austrian peasants to Brazil by the Aubtro- Amerlcan line, while !-e was former- ly a high official in-the ministry commerce, snrt against the advice was Installed-in the coulee hack of the barn, and allhoush the water la still being hauled to (be barn. Ihe ttrac Is coming when It will he. pump- It is not unreasonable to pre- dict that gas will bo Uie power used, concrete tanjt has been built the be capable of Moiling compartments art'Open. These wal er-tight bulkheads and doon will be automatic all y con trolled from tha Tho speed of each recvel i the Austrian consuli' In'Bfazil as very embarrass! I hoiiseh'ad, been, empty'. throughout a entire length of the barn, serving all hridie. Th ilfiaihW cliilly afternoon, tho the slock on the farm. A concrete, ice [De 55 knots, with" a draught of 27.5 of erection, and for Intcrfor of the vessels each state room will b 'arc dwelling, was 'entered in, the 'evening, i houeo; is in course .ing to company with the he Oiled from t government in its action against decidedly frosty. Great was; tbi.sar- CanailiaQ-Pacific which is Considered to have been made scapegoats oE the afiair. Scirspapcrs'' demand "a (thor- ough sifting-of tte situation. Alex. Appointed Bailiff Morrison, 'of Coleman, v been appointed a sheriff's bailiff. .Old Croxone Relieves AH Kidney anil Miseries Drives ..Rhsuniatic Pains Away, Few Dose's Relieve Backache and .Bladder. DlBordera dislurblng bladder rheumatipm" and th'e.'mafly other kindred ailments which so commonly come with de- clining years, Jiecd-.no longer be a source of dreo'd -and. misery to those nre past the middle of Grosone relieves all such disor- ders -became .it- reaches the very cause of: the. -trouble. It Mtks right into tho Sidneys, through tbo '.itflrtncys new B to traifzes Qus uric acid substances that lodge (lie joints and muscles, eaus: HE rheumallsm; and" nukes'tbc tldneys filter and silt-out the-pots- mous waste matter.. ,from .the. and drive" It "ouf'of the'sys- .It matters not iowoldypu- are. or.' how long you have'suffered, Crox- onejs so, prepared, lhat H Is prac-" Ucally out results, Thcre'MsjTiothing 'else Tramed- more than'a are 'seldom required' to 'relieve even tbe.'most chronic, "obstinato prise of'the. unsuspecting ever. "when Mr. a "com mqn-iooV.ing stot turne on a. tap, ar.d ignited a; wonderful ol heittefl the iroQm'.'.to'a-polnt of extreme comfort fifteen.1m In- uus. V-L. And durlng-this of the hotise hadtbeen and the" gcaUeman wriuih'' ho hatl warmed to continue their journey In comfort, they were asked lo partake ol. the evening meal, which bad been pre- pared from start to finish within the All-- the the damming of the coulee. e pond caused by People's Forum The Civic Situation. Editor I "nave seen In your piper that you have warned tbe ratepayers of the new form of goVernmenl, which is to taVe ettect la 1914. Now we all see wh'it a': state 'of Iblnse there Is 'under fitted with 'a. wardrobe and chest o folding lavatory with ralr ror, and other conveniences. The pub- lic rooms will be dining saloon, snoll Ing room, -'lounge mod dra.wlng room The will be We o( making lbs..of Ice per elgh hours.; Veiaeis will be heated an vunUlileJ on' 'the' sya tern changing' the air eight times eac' hour. "THere -will also" a prihtin plant on .board each -v BBael. the present system. If It should hap- pen lo fall in the same state as how, time already mentioned..... ..._ house-vlfe had lo do was.to touch a ,j" match to an Up-to-dale gas" range, I and the trick wan turned. On entering a n0sL iiIfJcrnt'aTtifitial log tlaze caiiBod tbe j riKnt guests undei tbe what -would scorns of our1 city. What we, want 5 to'pick odi'sonie good, levelheaded men, not as frierids, or good fellows, biit'mW who" have the skill for each have no more iay "foF'soihc of "bur rail- p'erienced trie novelty of eating supper i way-to'Vand'conl-inlr.e co.'s.- Raii-i rfli f cooked by in tte cheerful ,Hgbt of j n Brito. (Ire, with.. cannq'l twelrcr'mllcs from the. In Ufc where the surrounding country, up-un- tnrouga tco ;ans ouv tho and cells and ew strength rlv. It neu-the original package costs but a trifle and all druggists, are auth- orized to return the' purtbase' -price -Jf Croxone should in a" single case. O PRICES LOWERED FOR CASH Housekeepers Can Keep Expenses Down by Buying Meat From US r All JCcats grown in the district. col'd: Storage stuff bandied. Get the licst and save money at the same time buying.from us- for cash, Business New on Cash Basis NOTE THE PRICES BEEF t ptr Hi. iflb Hoaat .....'..........ZOt Rump Roast............ 18i Thick Rib...............1W Shorl Rib 1W Flank. Beef..........j.... Krlskct Bcof girloin Z5t Porterhouse ateak nonni! Steak SOd Shofilitcr' SteaV ..........-.I8i Corned Hcef, sib rill 5 tb P.iII lOlb Tail V fate I'ork J'orX Pressed Hoof Head Cl.ccse Head Chdeso, for 501 961 2W lit tse MUTTON Per rb. Leg p.ol-Mutton tbf ].oln Mutton............. 22c Rib Roast Million Sbouldpr Mutton Mutton lOii Loin Chops 2Si Shoulder Chops 26tf PORK r Legs, Whole 18t Fillet Knd i............... 20d Knuckle Loinn, untrlmmsd Shoulder Pork Chops ZOt Pork Shanta it Pork jj Spring Lamb, ftrcqunrlfrn Spring Chlcten, clretsed Z6t Mt 23d M Ui Ullel whole Whole Cut any weight Shoulder Slew Veal a.m.; 2.30 p.m." Westminster Market Phone 1O5S 13th St. N. til the past three nothing but cattle and sheep Tinge.'- Bui this was not the only surprise of the Srx years ago, 'a "man came from thc.central State's and pur- chased this farm. But he wits.not'a slicker, and tn two years ahahdpned the place as an unprofitable ind iltO; gclher unpleasant undertaking.' Mn Slosedale, who Is a rnanufacliirer A electrical siipjiliea In IlHnolE, tho place three yeara pain b CardEton. "OcL 23. Jami Kearl, of Boundary Creek. It in th hotplttrhere.'rtllu three ftagerE am a' result.of his hand beln won't have a irian who caught In the cylinder of a threshirr the cral mine I I' v t'evjLU'e an A. niait Jensen, at ,Ael ankle'. :.broken today in go., wjilV :i _ to' not loolr at each man we ptck and see what he has done- ioSbls 'own- profeseion. If he why not cast 'he has raado size. llni: tip post that ;e tie has to i had .we.are our own! hreshlng hiacblne.- Friday and Saturday Washing Machines Clothes Wringers Clothes Baskets Linen Baskets Wash Boards All Kinds of Great Reductions See Our Windows Hayr Hardware Co. 326 6th St. S. TRAVELLING LIBRARIES, latest Europ- JjLunl, fTom'fwbich ..Walter Scott haa juBt-returiiSl'. the Premier has been IwVing-, info sys- tem of. tri veiling ilbrarles.1 to adopting of -per- here lo operate ot cnHitislasm, ar.d lliecry regarding [arming, paying Then.we would .not be ashariied-when offljiilii'.fliillo'jr city. But we.'can sell O'jr rowe'r'ifor it pay why it-is Bat he put thete theories Into practice waVe'Vp.'. The employed .vis- and lias won out He started lu I'juirs'had ti> go to Mr. Reid to get make the surroundings as igyrcs. :0vi'r City'Engineer gave possible, erecting a fine addition on (iiior.ition plant, and he was to Ihe first settlor's house, arid mak- ing the Interior as attractive as the .not good enough for the council.' They :6 go and see some one else down ontsiiie. He piirchnsed several held who'does not know onr of the finest horses, cattle ar.d hogs that he could get, and then magnificent ham in which.' to house them. He cultivated Ms fieldc-in lha most thorough way, and raised good crops, with which to sustain his herds. He turned an apparently "unproduct- ive and, what one man found to be a worthless tract of laud, .of tbo most productive protilable farms In Ihe district, and at Ih'e same lime made Ihe home life so 'Attract- ive that his Tvlte and family1 would rather live ''down on the where things are worlh while, thari.to re- turn, (o their former city hohie and life of luxury. It is of lillle then, that Mr. Moscdale has faith In the country. II- has not only made good. hul has made Ihe country make good, .In people ot' Haw- tea, IIAJB: also lietri" looWiipj inlb the wil present. ii: report; to .Ifce-Oovernmen Among the scattered coinmuiiniea of this province. Euch a scheme.as carried out In Germany would Indeed prove a boon. on the prairies is a job at best, and tiere are few of the settlement! out; aide of the larger towne and cities that are la a position lo put in effi- cient libraries. The institution of travelling libraries.by the Government wb'jld fill a long-felt want ..among "these people, and wouW fcc'an act by the Scott Government 'that could not Tall to commend itself to the l' 'Wilson's ntwe.in the checks yet there few who even him. 116 wag eent from the London offlco to Ukc cKargc of the financial part of the comyany's business hero. A. man of this tcini who knows all tho financial houses of England snd A- ,also the financial men petsonnljy, shoutd be the man the city Viecds." Nov. If should have been lucky'enough to have ft man like Ihls, pur b'nnds would have .faficn cold long He matte good at his profession for 24 yearn, AO why npl try.and gst ip como out and run fof chlel cirriwissloner and put hlrri .In. Get F. ftatnlitoii out for Cow., of PnbHc Works and -Mr, Av Reid for Public Utilities. .'Then wo woute he on the roatl for progress. I "have" bepn looking, and everyoAo in.lhc clly has been loofclnx tp turn up all'the mr and "we all arc. juat about to turn up to tho poor house. w.-r. To Adrninlrter ''John C. Smith, of Brooks, and Wm. of Taber, rave been The Favoritej of all! an aristocrat among chocolates; Every one of these ingenious confections is a new chocolate, delight, revealing the novel and exquisite individuality of Neilsbn's.. luscious fruito, floating in their owrj nuU-hard of melting cream each enveloped in a lavjsh coating of the purest, richest, most delightful chocolate you ever listed. Jf you are a lover of good you limply can't sisttrtMtl Bujr ft box today. ;