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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOUKU 27, 1017 TJIE MrniBniDdR RMLT IIEIUUI PAGE good to you to your the eternal grind in the torrid, heat of sym- mer and the frigid cold of winter? A. vacation this winter in the Evergreen Northwest will be.the best investment you ever made. Recommended (or Natural Storage of Garden for Home Use Winter. Natural storage of )ala ID the homo lor use in and win- a wbli-h la r.dvlsable every especially desirable now tual iho couuLry li at war. Nat- ural storage la the least troublesome way of (or future use, It la pointed out, and way ba prac- tised with little espcofo la :uoat homes, either In (ho country or lu (he clir. Sin-li storage ia of chief value to own era of home rjirdcuG. but when vegetables euiiaule (or Utoraga may ho purchased cheaply It .nay bo practiced profitably by SJiuo other householders. Vegetables That Can be StJrcd. The prluclpjil vegetab'ia which may be slotv1.' are (bo root, tuber, end bulb 'IYOJJS, such as late maturing carrots, snips, turnips, salsl'y, onions, However, Irish potatoes (ttiould bo harvested aa soou ya ilicy reach iua- lurjly, HuO If Lflsemcm or oulduor collar aloraso Is iwuiUUe, they ihould bo stored t They bbould not bo stored In biuks or fills until tbe weather cool. Onions should bo put Into blurugc ai soon as ttey arc matured and ihoruughly cured or dried.- Winnipeg, Oct. following mohi'.ton, addressed to Hon. Kobert Pjgeis, was passed unanimously last night by the executive ol the South Winnipeg Conaerrativo association and telegraphed iir. Rogers, who (a iu the east, aajfl V.'itiiilneg Tele- gram "Itcsoirtd, Ibst Ibis rarcullve com-1 Hoover Gives Warning, Placqg] iit Vancouver and Sealllo alUee- of tho Soutb Winnipeg Censor- ar.i Intermea of Seattle. Wash., On. re- sponse to a warning telegraphed by Pood Administrator Herbert Hoover o( a reported coiiaplrjcy afoot in the northwest to destroy sup- lilies and cattle, woro laktti to- day to safeguard grain tic-valors ami sluckyardE fn Ibis slme: .Mr. Hoover's telegram bald: "1 vallva asaoclailon Jeslro 10 CIJJTOSS Certain leal anil crops such as and celery, Kid a few other etc. itholr appreciation of ihc Important rices rendered by you lo Canada bud especially, for tlie splendid work accompli shed by you In EarcRuardlne the Interests of western Canada during the time you represented Hie TVPSI In Iho Dominion government. They al A vacation tliis winter will the best invest- ment you ever made. There is no better way in which you can spend your money. It will give you more vigor ;md vitality for the work that is to come. It will renew your health. It will lengthen your life. i The change'in the altitude from the high levels of your home to, the sea level, from the hard; keen, intense cold to the temperate climate oh1 the Pacific Coast, warmed by the Japan Current, yvith flowers blooming the winter ,thrpugh and the residents eiijoying; autombbiling 'and-'boat travel every month in the year, wiil be a 'lively delight.' Write to us For any infamutipD. Pacific Northwest Tourist Alia. L. C. Smith DuiUlog'- v1 Seattle, Wash. ho Inter oat 3 ot conciliation and of your manly apd patriotic support of he union government. (Signed) W. I. Dpyd, president. D 0. Smith, actirjg secretary." Iiroiluct3 such aa pump- kins, etc., also may be stored natur ally, Natural storage of mos( veBtlablcs tnitt may bo kept may bs fn s cellar wish to record their approval of under a duelling, or under nn out-lyour patriotism In rcilKntng olllc'i In building. In a special outdoor cellar, or In banks or pita. A few products Euch as pumpkins and winter squash, renulrlng dry, fairly warm storage, may ba kept In unused rooms or loscls and'a few products may be ept In attics. Cellar Storage Room. If a cellar uodor a dwelling or O'jt- ulJJJns Is and well-vcn- llated. It may bo used lor storage without alteration. Many cellars, owever, nre not well Bultctl for ator- ng vegetables because of poor Insu- allon or tack of ventilation, and lioao containing t furnace for lieat- ng usually, are too warm and dry. t is ofteu possible to partition ol( room cither In ono corner or at. mo end o[ such a cellar, where the cnipcrnturo may bo controlled by leans of outsldo windows. Outdoor Storage Cellars. Outdoor storage cellars possess all lie advantages of the storage room n (he basement and are superior fn nany respecla. It Is possible to keep such a cellar cool and quickly re- duce Iho temperature of ILu stored products by evening the door during I ;Uo night and closing U In Hie morn- ing beforo tbe air becomes warm. In reglona of mild winters tlie outdoor cellars may ba constructed almost entirely above ground of wood or other available materials. Straw or clJrl may Lo thrown upon the roof 03 insulation during tho especially cold periods. In reglona of severe freez- ing the most popular type of storage cellar Is built largely underground Iho roof lias a deep covering of straw and earth, manure, etc. Such cellars may be. constructed, ol wood, concrete, slonD, or brlcfc. Storage in PilG or Banks. Storage in, outdoor batiks' of pits is tlie- most primitive and .least .eipen- Blvo method of keeping many TCgel- ablcs and Is fairly satisfactory .where the ground is welt drained. Thja uelliod does not compare la conven- ience, nowerer, with slprago In -''col- lars sincci In periods of pi racy ou the of the enemy to destroy animals In stockyardfi arid train Gunplleg. fn of the trc- meudous fuss uf fooil sustained by the recent liro in the KaL'sas City sioi-kyards, urge that you got In touch iinraciVately wtili till stock- yards companies la tlio state of "KmpliasIZQ tho vital Importance ol largely augmented uatcu ecrvlca and other (ire protection. I also he- I (ere Governor Lister and Iho gov- ernors of all olhor stales should have the principal stackyards patroll- ed by trustworthy hotiio guards. This Good Cooks Must Have Good "Tools" Clean, hygienic utensils mean better, tastier food. OLD DUTCH quickly and thoroughly cuts burnt-in grease always insures hygienic cooking uteasiis. warning also uncles lo grain clcva- were crippled within Hift last few weeks Ly tbe Insertion u( nurdtaa lu- lu their Joints. These, mules wero so badly hurl iliat they wqra shot. Double Guard at Vancouver. VanL'Oliver, Wash., Ott, guards iv.'L1! orders to aJioot on eight any Intruders, linvu Jieea I'laccJ nl the army jmsi nml olhor points hero, owing to Hie discovery or IniUcaiiug a j'lol lo ills- able army utiituals. Several mules Port Arthur, OnL. Oct. Arthur, aged 3S, ot New Ontario hotel, dropprd il-ail Ihis aftcrnooti. Ho leaves a and sevcu children. arc bllcn accessible Tho conalructlpti' 61 Uallan AnnT Headquarters, OcL tho Asaoclilecl nllUlary sllnalfon Into Is Kummgil uy hy nrnty officers fol' tho condlcloaa caused by Iho moua forces of the onomj- nng led the supreme command of (ho Italian army lo adopt precautionary measures. General Cadornp, Iho Italian com- mander In chlel, announced thai la consequence ol tho rctlremoul ot tho Itallana lo tllo Icrmer rronllcr Uric, nrraiigements aro now being niailo (or [alllui; Lack from. tho. Dalnslzza lifgh plateau. ThlE nl.itcau is forward bstivoon Iho Auxtrlan'ilankS while reprojonllng s iplonilld adileyomcnt 1 ot Kalian army. It becomc.3 n menace I witb Field Marshal Yon Mackeuson'B How to Slap Cod Cough forces west ot 'Uie 'la'onzd seeking lo j mike a turning movcmcht1 ndvanc, sllll or isvLTi t'ta1 Wrf thc'fr'ont show "tlut Iho "enoray la combining cunning poorer as Kla masses BTO hugo banners hearing irord I This Is so cTldont npreal to tho Italian soldiers, although It Is nc- companlcd by tho roar o( Artillery and hr bayonets benoalh tho ban- ners. Other pr a cautionary moaaurosliaTo been lakcn in the nrmy. Air rafdg aro now gobs on almoat continually rrlght and day, favored liy clear veallior nnd a splendid moon. Cities and (owns nfeAr Ihc tront have Iho streets cleared mnny llinEs dally. .Duslnfas hag been vir- tually ,-uiaponrtcrt, Slorefl nra nntl thoroiighfnrCE; deserted. r from !Ms h-rnw- If yoti have n severe counli cr clicat nccomimnicd norcncss, Diront tlrltlti or diftlcult or il your child up during thn nlcht with croup nml you want finlck nrlp, just Itf this plrJiEnnt tast- inu liftmc-mnda con-ili remedy. -Any drn-jsiflt cnn Mipiily you with nil net! A of rcnl' worth F.' 1'our .ilili Into n IC-ot Iwtlld nnd flll Byruii! Thus Tiropnrcd, you hnve IG at noon lojay, Tlr. '.Inntcs nobcrlflon, ctialr- mfln of tho advisory canimlt- loo of tho XAtlonal food, con- troller, Mntflcl tliat It ho had his he would prohibit tho uac o.' pad In Cnn-.. Ada for a after 'ticxt1. Bprin3-. TIo JstriiiB'iy' ftdfocat'l od thd tito o( .spMkor -atroTielsr; uifeo'it-Uho- poopJo (o ccofiorn'izil'