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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TITK HERALD J ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR A-4 any i-ook what iiuikc.-i Hour seoiu best. Ihe answer will be that it is the flour which bakes the finest bread .tad cakes with least amount of trouble wusu. That means this flour. Send for a trial sack today and tell it for yourself. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND 4ND MAGRATH REV.fpR. LEVFERE TELLS OF GOLD AND OIL IN THE NORTH (IMmonum, Hulletm) From {M Red lluo 1 In Uo tV> Hie (roiu the land ol Ulif midnight sun Kev. h itlni) Jiftii" Sliest at Iko iclilm s mission HIP iiev. ratliei lUmxiimlOi foi'alllhose I missions and kdusiml si hoolb under I ihe until n of is of Imr- ity, loiated UVIttUl tie Wctlc IK il river and McMmiav The la-it tills uilbMon in in the prluie of! life sjifnl lnv north fiom the Mondilu null m IS1T Jinlnif been'viient ui tile That Hie liortli country abounds i" wealth untold is Wev. Kalher conviction. In Ms. possession at the present dine is ai sample of coal oil from the Macken.sie river at a- licitil not far distant train the Arctic circle. On the Athabasca four oil companies are engaged in bo ting operations, .a pha'lt also being plentiful there, will iPONEY AND POLLEN June and. July. Alsikc'Oliver (Trifoliiini hile) Khoi louto to tin north" and the Fort JloMumiy route lo northeast, are the gateways of Hle sreal north, hi the meantime wnsion ruatls are a crying neeil. It lakes llev. Fatter Ufovre three months to go from tlit! bamliiu; to the Arctic lied river.1 annulling a-rtay or I at each mission. Io see to the delivery ami. transportation of mer- chandise Prom Fort .Mi-Murray to Smith's the voyage is made by sc.ow the portage, 116 miles in length, a wagon drive Is taken. From Fort Smith, at Ihe end of the portage, a little steamer, controlled by Bishop Breynal. is boarded. Very few settlers are Kolliy into the country to the iiilneulties of access and travel. In the Wheat Belt At- Liard -Hudson Bay post wheat well! .as.also ni Great Slave lake aiid Lake ciiipuewyan. At Fort Simpson an experimental farm has LmiiiL iuau UKr'i'5 i" thai portion of country north of i been established recently by the Fort McMurray is briny with salt. i eminent. On the mission farm, at At Coronation Copper seitnis indicate that stratus of Ihis mlueral underlie ihefenrth. that gold has bik'll foiind ill ihe Llard River is 11 stalemeJli made by fiev. Father At the present time .Mr. Mellleur, affrieud'of his, is prospecting thwe for this precious most sanguine I abotiu the resnlts.r Questioned (about the' -man-eating BassH-uuii (Tilia Americana i, .Inly irfbes alleged- .lo living For a number of years, it in Ihe bulkti" (No. 69) on Ifthe Honey Bee, written by Dr. C. tiordon He-will, the Dominion En'.o- iiicu- Sueei or ilclilot im; ,Hliy and August. Willow If fa, 'lulv and August. Hui-Uwheat, Augnst and .September Coital Rod Aimisl-bi: fmaaiupon honey there. Father Lefevnu was quite (em, pUatic in his denial.- sayius thatl the missionaries li-Hng there had known of such u state of.alfailiB. Her. Father jLefevre was stationed at Herscbel Islsaiil, a ivhaiingt station; for some time, .in me. states tiiat-3 In-lulling ships were liar- Pducing plants and the time, 01 _ f while -in IS9S there frvcar at wMclrthey flower The is sometimes, Thf s short-iisV-oj. -lie. gained li> Six -iwhich" all Aiu ivho had cfflneWn from San Fratnulsco ts. this year, at the time of the rev. father's passage through, the crop looked very promising, especi- ally barley and outs. All Day and All Night From Nov. 15th lo Jan. .15th there are only four bouts of. the sun being under the horiv.on from Nov. HO io -Ian. From April 15' to August IS there is nothing but day- igbt, missionaries being compelled to look at their watches to know the hour of retiring. From June 1 ..to July 10. at Fort McPh-erson, is the era of the midnight scene of unrivalled splendor. The Mackenzie river was than'usual this year, the little steaiier St. .Marie, drawing eight feet of water, touching several rocks on the bottom several times. Spring comes in the middle of May 1 lOUO" s n v "a 'i----' v w I uS.ll U uuc oai gfplaiii'sSyfine Sie Which'; llowcrs for, Strait Hthey fetter f'the variahilliy of ilii-'hhe Owing'to the tact that en{ o[ ifefasons 'ihti the climaiic coiuiitions furagc over a area, it is j mucn because ittle >eal 'value climatic conditions furagc over a area, date of flowering of' impracticable to sow special may hor the bees, especially as ug gliips is [much siualer! .net because of the di: crops njinjahed uumbfe-yf whale, hiiiiqwing there I io the 'difficulty- dVVacc.ess and'! the he? value to tile beginner ia indi-: Dually plenty of'-natural cessary when iie inav expect ilif-jaSe. -Frequently, however, waitc front exposure, etc. "itont honey he ,anu may be sdvaatigeoiis-j That vast area otitoid m thejnorth. Isoon tile incidence of such per-i h- with while clover, aud ia i ern pait Xorth the Manitoba maple- and hiptil- .Willows (pollen May. la'British Colllrailia, and April.: Dandelions, April to May' Gooseberry, C'urrant, Iliil- Apple. IMiim, Cherry, ,ljea; lljr. .British .Columbia. Hay. .Siberia Pea Tree (v.'ani'iai Lilac, Hniieysufklc ami i'. lierry or Service Berry pil'.elanrhipr Canailen.sisi, May. (irajip V'ini'.'May and .lime. June. j Raspberry, Hlackherr., .lune. I Wild Mustaril. June. i''White Clover CCriioHui regions where cro suit grown in the gardens or near io the ciO'fi, auu i" crocuses van he j home of the-black, the white, the red. I apiary, they provide an appr I amount oi pollen W the spring febru- i such food is oi value. when ONE KILLED: INJURED iseph Cortin 'Richer and LeSault.'all fonsshorenieE. we're j seriously injured on board the Can- ada iip.e steamer Pallanza today. 1 when a gangway slipped, and they lell into the hold of the ship. cross I5U4 the silver fox. the otter the lynx, thei heaver, ilhe' marten, jinink and the muskiHti ;Theae are j caught chieily by I At FortrSnilth-there fetill exist wood buffalo. The northern j streams and lakes'teem1 with and trout Ooiistitute the main sustenance of.theiln'tlians. Railway) Extcnsion-Jlmperative That the Hudson's ;Bay :rout'e is most fcasibte'and must'fdeithate-com- mercial intercourse with Ihe World' A MUSCLE BUILDING FOOD 213 THE OOmiH. 'TOROHTO; OUT. prepare meals under competent In- structors with as much care as if they were catering to llrst-ciass passen- gers. The men who are learning to are shown how to give jhe acme of service in the tsuickest way. Every, day a number .of meals are prepared In the school car, ilien sold'to employes in tho. yard where the car is located at a nominal price, Which pays for the cost of the goods usetl. Before a porter or conductor is put on to a sleeping car lie.must graduate from the school car. Everything about apniii; comes m iue IIHUUIG u. the ice drining from HIP waters about rhe ear is explained front .the; wheels the end. of. Great Slave, lake, ip the'lamp on the-tall end. ho stu- -naviga- tion before, Jiine Slimmer. .IK of The mother of John J. Rainces. To- roino, pleaded al Wellaiid before Judge ftT tile release of her suij. tjliargsd, w-iih Montreal com- panion, with assault and robbery at Fort Krie. murkets-lF Father tefevre's con- viction. Of paramou'ni. importance, however, through that vast cwi'nttry. The Dii'iiregaii ft tlirea, months', from May to AiVgiist. "_ ther the folloSving misslonB. purchases lieing inade, to a great ex: tent, in Montreal: Smith's Landing; Fort Smith. .-St. Bruno's Fort .Resolution, dependent, upon the, farm ntfsions i Fore R-esolution Con vent'. Hay River, Fort providence mission and Fort tianJ, inan with aii mission" de- on it: Arctic" Red river.1 Rev. "UlSb oversees1 the aim nation of inerchandise lo-Forr Chippewyau, whinhj in Bishop Grou- ard's Nei-UOveek be leaves for Montreal. Through the efforts of Card-e. Indian agent at Fort'Simpsuit. u'gov- ernment "hospital ha's been esTablisbed. At Providence the Sisters of Gharii; All the real Goodness of-.Canada's finest wheat is contained in have a home for people. old and destitute HOW THE r GOOD. dent is taught' how to act when every- thing is running smoothly, and also how to in ct'.emfi'geucy. ..AH. the primaryv dietaiis: ...ahont the stenm heat mentH, lights, lucidly explained. By tbe aid of plans and illustrations he is made cognizant with everything about a steeping car. When he thinks grasped ail that is ;gniBpatile he is given a small printed volume of (iiieMioris 'answer thet all- in writing. Cooper Did it Mr.'MV.-A. Cooper, superintendent ot th-a sleeping car the is .the man. intro- -diuiecV'the Echcol car he says It has paid in a hundred odd ways': For _ as a result of the training of employes get the most service possible, aud where :ij pasenger finds things to his liking on a railway hii -Is going" io use that railway eVery time'he travels, if convenient, and a booster for it .when he: isn't ..travelling. To supevuitpHd-the sleeping Miiil fin- ing car system of the C.P.R. is a big man's tusk 'when one'l-earns that about IIOO.UOO meals are served on the" .com- pany's trains'every mouth of the year. It would talie a book. a. big, thick i Thesmils of satis- faction goes with every snow white sack Sold' by Montreal, Sept. cook is 'n'oi nU-ays as good as his credentials say he is. The proof ofjliis pndding is in the eating, and the jvay to prove the accuracy of (iredeuilils'is to put their owner to the teat. A volume of availeih little to him who aspiws to-be a cook on the'C-. F. R. He might come with a letter oi' reiiommeadation rro.-it Kpleunis, by old King Cole, and even to sucbj a one; the of- ficials of the i-nnipany'would respect- fully say; "We're fromnMisflOiiri." etc. and they would not. be i satisfied until they were shown. Used to Believe Tl-.em Once upon a Unie. as the [airy tales j say. the company paid some heed to credentials, Init that was a long time Since they found out that, ere- ileiitiuls sometimes contained ahout perfect collection of fables ___it u man's ability, couched in the most elegant language, the Missouri policy has been introduced by the com- pany. Today it is a.', unalterable as tlie laws of the .Mcdes and Persians, It is