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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Saturday, September 14, 1013 THEILETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD TO RECLAIM CUT OVER LAND Ask yoiii- druggist .for "FRY'S MALTED COCOA1 the --great-strength builder for invalids. ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Ask any .cook.what makes flour seem best. The answer will be that it is the .flour which hakes the finest bread and cakes'with the least amount. of -trouble and waste. That means this flour. Send for a trial sack today and test it for yourtelf. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDQE, RAYMOND AND MASRATH FISHBURN RANCHER DEAD Pincher Creek, Sept. Chapilt, ago! 72 years, died Tuesday at his home near Fishburn. The causa of death was Bright's disease. Mr. Ohapnt lias lived in the Fishbun neighborhood about nine years ani was highly respected'In thu commuii ity. He leaves 'two sons and fou daughters to mourn his loss. Spokane, Wash., Sept. million acres of cut-over timber Ian in Washington and Idaho will bo claimed and placed within the eas roach of the small Investor, it th program manned out by tho Inlan Empire Federation of Comme'rcla clubs is carried out by favorable ni tion of tlio legislatures of the tw states at their next sessions. The fertility of this vast acreage 1 the Inland Empire has directed th attention of large lumber companie and commercial Inler-eBts during the last two years to the solu tion of the problem of settling th land, at the samo timo allowing th' homomakers such terms for paymen will enable them to clear th stumps and make a living. Muny per sons Interested in the problem 'believ the plan just worked out may be the solution. Briefly, the plan of action decidac on, subject to jeglslatlve act, Is th formation in each county of ass-ess ment districts .and.issuing of bonds The modus operand! includes the til "ng by loggedoff. land owners -peti tions with, signatures of all persons owning. such lands In the territorj affected. The petitions to be acco: panled by good faith bonds. The mat ter will then be referred to a board of three persons, one of whom mtisi be the county engineer, and this board must estimate 'the cost of clear- ing in ten-acre tracts. Then come the advertising for bids and the creatio. of assessment rolls, which will pro- vide for payment in 20 annual instal- ments. In the Inland Empire great atten- tion has been given to the logged-off land whose intricacy has in- creased year by; year as the timber has foeen cut and as the other lands haver been placed under cultivation. Since; the .the Inland Empire Federation of Commercial Hubs, 'with a total 'membership of persons, the settlement of these lands has been the prime sub- iect of consideration. URL DRIVES CAR OVER MOUNTAINS Spokane, Wash., Sept. Verres -McKnight, a plucky Kalispsll, tfont., girl, was at arge touring car that negotiated the ifficult 'roads across the Rocky moun ains between her home and Spokane nd she is -believed to be the first voman accomplishing the feat. Miss McKnight handled the car.over every foot of tlje journey, driving -without a single accident of conseaiience. She drove the car up the difficult Murray Hill, between Thompson .Palls, Mont, and Wallace, Idaho, to within 50 feet of the top. This is declared by resi- dents of Uie vicinity to be the closest an automobile has been driven to 'the summit. Miss McKnight had as pass- engers her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J: TV. McKnight, and her sister, Miss Billie McKnight. The McKnights have A. M. .FLETCHER Republican Candidate for Governor o Vermont, who, returns Would leem ts and will be .upd in operating the ains on their western divisions. The it will 'be sent- to Edmonton and ties and towns in Central Alberta. The machine and supply shops, 'Wer house, offices and other build-i gs, including an electric-light plant id a water system, the latter cost- g SIO.'OOO, and 50 fonr- room cottages, are, nearltig tion. Forty additional cottages will be 'built at onc-c. Two hundred and twenty-seven men are employed at present. This number, it was an- nounced, -will be Increased to .goo within SO.days. The company's properties, consist- ing of acres held under lease from the government, are tapped by tile main lines of the Grand Trunk Pa- cific and the Canadian Northern rall- Range Talks By The Housekeeper No. 3 Subject "Fire Box and Grates" "TATE women folks will always consider the Oven all-im- portant, but, my husband he knows how a -range should, be a great deal of importance to both Fire-box and are just as import- ant; in his opinion, as the Oven. "John likes our TCoo- tenay' Range, be- cause it has a real Fire- fa a big, long d e e p, r1 A Fi re- box w i t h I plenty' of ing capac-' ity, Yet'' he is hot too big but nicely propor- tioned, to size of oven. And of course, it is very plain that he is fight. "The 'KOOTENAY' Fire-Kox makes cooking easy all over the heats the Oyeh so evenly; that one can cook and roast a large joint perfectly at the same time. No waste of time with this Fire-box, is 'quite evident that it saves reduces coal bills because one can do so much at once with it. "The linings of the 'KOO- TENAY1 Fire-box are made in nine separate in front, 4 in back, and 1 on each end. This allows for contraction and expansion, and these linings are made of extra heavy, dur- able resist the strongest heat for a very long time." "And the semi-steel made in two styles for, .wood and remarkable for en'durance.. The' "Cowl Grate is made in two pi'eces, and is easily rs k e n. The wood Grate is very simple an d strong. You can take out end lining when using'it there's a special poc- ket'behind this lining which allows one to burn long pieces of wood. "It's easy to change the just' slip the steel buttons aside and out they come. My little boy can change ,them in a few min- utes. cannot" miss th'e ash" pan sloped inward, below the Grate, guide all ashes into the big roomy pan. "The 'KOOTENAY' burns any sort of fuel and makes cooking and baking easy! Yes! It's the best range i know anything about." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL MEClary's VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N. Bi HAMILTON CALGARY roads, also being bisected by the Athabasca river. Bituminous coal of high .coking grade occurs in seams, the pitch being SG and 57 degrees. Entrance to the works is In- a shaft sunk on the plateau. Several seams have been opened south side ROYALTY SUMMER VACATION TOASTED CORNFLAKES From time to" time de- licious new ways of serving Kellogg's Corn Flakes are discovered. Here are a few: Keilogg-'s with berries, raspberries, blackberries, blue- berries. Kellogg's with sliced peaches, pears, or apples. Keilogg's with sliced oranges, bananas, or pineapple. Kellogg's in the centre of half a canteloupe, Kellogg's with ice cream, fruit jellies, custards. Try Kellogg's with fresh fruits, stewed fruits, or. preserves. Your palate will wel- come variety. 47 of. the river, the one now under d velopment being eight feet in thick- ness. A. iar.ce tunnel is being driven under the present lower level anil crosscuts be ma-de to tap other scams. "Wo arc now arranging to explore out croppmgs of the seams on the norih side of the Mr. Laidlaw said, "and if the nroduct comes up to The expectation, another largo plant will he instated there, practically a duplicate .of the one now under con- sfniciion. ox poet to take up thi; work inside or three months. Robert H. Morris, manager of the collieries will have full charge of the opera- tions." "The company is building a model mining; village in The heart of the Jasper National Park, situated on n high plateau, with .Mount Miette and other majestic peaks of the Canadian Hockies in the disunite. Work is pro- gressing on bnflriinKfc for church and school and hospital and stores. The water supply .sysiem is served from j a spring-fed reservoir several hundred feet abov-a the village.' Every atfen-l Uion is being gjvr-i; to sanitary condi-l tions. The streets, offices and! miners' homes will be lighted by elec- tricity, and it is planned to establish club rooms and a library carefully se- lected for the minors and their fam- ilies. CAMPBELLFORD OLD- TIMER DEAD .Mador, Out.. Sept. U'alkor. one of oldest, citizens of I Caniubellford. is d.-ad in his >ear. lie was imiu on lllackpo.t.s' farm, in parish of Old Deer. Ah. crdccnshii-c. Scotland, in isi'ti. in 1845. Im came 10 Canada, and willed In Hastings county, where lie lived for nearly sixty vcars. Although ;t Liberal he was thirteen times elected by acclamation as rsoye of the atrnnply township of i Rawdon. He was also an, ex-warden I of the county. Incidents in Connection With Italian Royalty Koine, Sept. royal summer vacation lias been productive of some most interesting experiences to the King and Queen of Italy, who have this year been more in the public eye than ever owing -to the war. They are at present at their magnificent estate of San Ilossore, near Pisn, but they frequently go to visit the hospitals to see -the wounded soldiers from Af- rica, to review troops and take part in other functions in which the heart of the nation is now concentrated. Tlw royal yacht "Yela" Is in con- stant demand, and -the King and Queen generally lake their small fam- ily of four along, as they are all ex-I cellent sailors and enjoy the change. Besides, the .Princess Yolanda, is finite a photographer, has been devoting principally -to sea. views, or views in which the sea i enters. The privacy with which the King; always mov-3s gives rise to many! piquant and amusing incidents. Strange as it may seem for a ruler i who goes about in his o'wn kingdom much as Victor Emannel III. does, he is not known to many officials. The put into Spezie the oth- or day and was at once boarded by the harbormaster, up to j the Princess Yolanda. who was about to take a snapshot of him, "it is against the rules, yon cannoH' take photographs, yon had better give me tile machine." The Princess, too; young to stand on her dignity, -burst. into tears, hut gave up the camera, when the King appeared en deck. Even the official did not. know with whom he had 10 -do, and wan about to speak, when one of ihe of- ficers came forward ami said: "His Majesty.'' The man nearly died of embarrassment, relieved by :i. laugh from the Queoil, who proposed that he should sK'e Prim-ess Yalonda buck her and that he stand nj) and have his photograph j taken. Princess later sent him j a copy did credit to'her powers, j On another occasion the King was! not allowed to land nntll after tiir! unnal iiispt'elion, as under siidi J chviinislanres-, he never reveals him-! self am! never insists, it was some time before the. official knew he.had! been refusing free passage to his i Sovereign. l The other day Ihe royal family were out when a tornado arose and they were near being swjtmped. Leghorn, but the Queen had a sprain- he shaking she got and ed arm from the children ened. were somewhat fright- Queen Elena, spsakiug recently to a visitor at .San Roasore, said: "You cannot imagine :the difference' be- tween the quiet, indeed, the sqlitude, here and the bustling cities where M a go. Here war seems in the realms of dreams; there it. is realty. 1 so love this retired life that I _recog nize the fact that too much of it'is not good for me." In fact, the summer life of the Hal ian sovereigns is simplicity itself. San ttossore consists of what is call- ed here a Casino, a, small palace, and a chalet, surrounded by miles of park, comprising some wonderful-pine for- est and running down to the edge of I the Mediterranean. fn the chalet icsiue the King; ruyal children and a restricted, -retii ue oj servants. The chalet stands o the beach, when the sea is lough, j swirls up eton into the laige doo: way, to the delight of the childrei to plav shipwreck They g barefooted ami are 'allowed to get a wet as they like. Nearby is anchored the- While behind is the royal garage. The Queen has herself descrihei thfiir life: "Our life is -that of th. beach: 'bathing-, running In the saui and 'building castles. The childrei take long baths, fish and "tumbli about barefoot, usually in their bath ing costumes. I watch them am sometimes join in their games.--Prori time to time we sail about or go foi automobile rides, with me as driver In the park we meet no one, and'wi prefer the privacy. a timo they.gained tlic nearest port, l-'OIJ.SALE JJY GEO.KEEE CO., LETHBKIDGE ;