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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'FOURTEEN LBTHPKIDGB DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBERS. Additional Pack From Shores of Arctic Will Be Sent io London EDMONTON, Sept X K. Cftrnwall has returned to the city from hU summer's trip into north. He has brought rvilh him toine 509 vrhite tor skins and a quantity ol oth- er furs, representing belated catches from some of the outl.ricg posts. Tlie fox skius came from tfcff Northern Trading Company's post at Coronation Gulf, in the Eskimo country, and are considered a fine lot ot -Arctic-grown fur. TMe additional fur pack will Jol- low the first shipment, already on its way to Loodotf, and will be included ia Big Morns From Landi There also came with Col. Cornwall ;a big box of northern EOU- Tenks, including eome Eskimo handh wortj and two sets pi barren lands cariboS. horns. One of the latter ia umqiv! only because it ia proo- ably the largest spread ot caribou horns ever brought to Edmonton from- tbe top country, but because the horna are la YC-iTet, They will ba mounted and jiuair iu tho Xorthern Trading A Eann'lf. of oil from the uew at Fort Neman is another ot the northern exhibits that the colonel brought flown. This oil. la its triide state, was burned iu hi.', boat "lor sev- eral days, fetter starting with gasoline, and gave excellent results. Tho fact that there was au abundance ol this high-grade- oil Hn the Norman field was now 'folly established. North Is Getting 6usy Col. Cornwall reports that the. north Is h'iuly prosperous and that new era appears to have opc-aed In all the Athabasca and Mackeoz'a country. The prospect of better railway service, the tar sand tests, and the' derelop- meut 01 iue oil resources, lo say noth- ing of the fur trade, will mean the certain advent of prosperity and in- dustry iu all the upper country, he says. A Tislt was paid by the colonel snd his party lo Ihe now gold jtfrike on Caribou Island in Great Slavo Lake. The outfit for drilling had gone north this summer, and operations were to begin next summer." Col. Cornwall "went east from Great Slave lake into the nearer stretches ot the barren lands aarjxsaw the real north in all its oiguess and iropresslve- ness. The furs from Coronation Gull were picked up at Fort N'orman, to which point they had come via Great Uear like. TeDs Montreal Yours to Enjoy! i Mayonnaise BorJen'f Mili, undiliritJ; pepper; ttupconful 1 mustard; 2 (jblwpconfuli ikarp vir.t- r; cupful aUd arrj land. vmp in tru vmtfxr. ir tny Tmttftr to ccvrml will in a cod plti j- Orange Cream Sherbet I cupful Borden's EvaTOrauJ Miilt; 3 cupfiiU -witer; I cupfufi kuitn cupful lemon jcici; cupfu! (or five GkUJ tnd tltt fruit juices. in to part alt, tlien add tKt milk tnd One Egg Cake X cup BcrJtn's cup cup vettiiUt co.-kinl cjl; I f }4 Ifaipcona PC ji -tespcon TiroIIa; fi tampoon Won li-Kt tnd ctdm [alt end Ccm- I bine inijk diluted, will cwtinfi oil. Sift Jry ingreditntj and add to jjnt nuxturf -witk I milt Bt.t rtoro ugKly. lurn into i jinaa, mcdhim-iiscd pan, ipnrikti nut 4 imflU, chopped raiiinf or cocomut Bake in mod Many other equally good red- pes are in tke Borden Recipe Book, ail simple and economical to make. You'll be deligliTed With the convenience ofcooking and baking the Borden way. Ymn rectp t look ii galling forvou. ST. CHARIE5 THE EORDEN UMITED MONTREAL !0-i20 Sir Chas. Holiionse SnysvOne Hundred More' Miles of Ditch is to be Built (Montreal Gazette) Sir Charles Hobhouse, who has just elurned from' an inspection of tho real irrigation canal, extending for 00 miles' between Calgary aud Medi- ine Hat, which, within the plaua con- emplated by the British'. will .embrace the building if another canal of e'qual extent, said ,t tha Ititz Carlton yesterday that tho indertaking to date, iarolves an ex- of between eight and ten million dollars, in and mprovements. By actually going over he ground, he was much impressed with-the magnitude of the ntlmated that he had acquired a ew appreciation of distances. "Pic- ure a canal'between Montreal and he said, "and you will have better idea of it than, in consider- g it two thousand miles away. From an engineering standpoint alone It represented a work of consid- erable magnitude. In point ot leusth if lead involving tae carrying of the water for 100 miles, U was the great- est irrigation ditch oa-the-.-American :ontinent, and the irrigation iubjeet to the.question of levels, is capable of almost indefinite expansion. n Its completed state tie project will cover of the total irrigajfla area in the Dominion of Canada. Tbii means, in that out of the whole of the land in Canada to which any irrigation can he applied this en- terprise occupies one-fifth. Settlers Going In One of the things remarked upon by Sir Charles was the contrast, hetween :he hare desert, of the great arid'areas in which the work ia centred, anil the luxuriant fertility of the Eoll, where the water has already been brought upon it. About four, thousand acret. he says, have been brought under ._ and the value of the crops lo Been there, when he went over thfc work, was estimated between and and this, he said, was not on soil expected to produce the very best results. There are quite a number j of settlers going into the irrigated beliT and the expectation was that the amount of land under irrigation would be Irebled by the beginning of next year. This immense work was started1 about ten years ago, aud with AQme Interruption to operations, occasioned by the war, has been in course ot con- struction until the 100 mile canal was compleled a short lime ago. Kvcntual- ly, as the settlement of the lands serr- ed by the present canal is accomplish- ed, Sir Charles sa.iH. the conslructlon of another one hundred miles of'can' to reach Ihe remainder of tho landa, wilhin the syndicate's areas, was iu contemplation; and altogether, with subsidiaries aud laterals, the pro- ject would embrace seven or eight miles of irrigation ditch. Sir Charles expects to sail for Bug- land on tho Empress ot France. AUSTRIA MUST CUT DOWN EXPENSE BRITISH' EMBASSY LONDON, Aug. Franken- stein, a former attache of tho Aus- trian embassy in has arrived hero as tha first representative of IhB Republican government after Ihe war, and has taken up his quar- lers at the beautiful mansion in Bel- grave square, where successive Aus- trian ambassadors entertained sump- tuously before the war. The requirements of the Austrian diplomatic representation ftre on a much more modest scale now, and as the former embassy is extremely ex- pensive to maintain, the new minisler is looking for Brrmller quarters. Tho German legation is also anxious (o find less expensive premises than Hie palatial mansion in Carlton Mouse Terrace which It now occupies. One of Ibc things that struck Baron Frankenstein moat on his arrival was, so he said, that for a penny He "could have a long bus ride which in Vienna would cosl 30 times as much, at the normal rate of exchange. Tack thin pieces of lork on that part of tho' door frame where tho screen door strikes. This will ef- fectually silence the ulam 1[ the head ot Ihe tack is driven into Ihe cork so lhat tho screen cannot strike It, _ Vancouver Island's Famous SIR RODERICK IS HOPEFUL WINNIPEG, Sept. ha loot wlthbiit hope that in', near I luluio seo ifitoc't I British news tervlcC' hmdcd la Caiv ails oud placed at tbo tBsposal ot tlo papers or the wboie was vlcw'cspreased by Sir noOferlek Jones, macagiiis director oJ the Reute'B XoSve Serrfce.-Loiidon, ant! a meuibeaj ol tie Imjerlal Press pariy> Sir ick aad Jvaes rQtuitieil here last iiijUt iicm Vancouver oa their way east en rewo (or home, TOLD OF A MNT STRIKE movement to gaalze steiko as usaiast atrraVjfd by atat- efl (9 le JnwEJfls jirpgrcBj, eaya-'91ie. Times., 'Ola 'ii tbat ttey will cesaB oi< the' the jirlees aM dywu by'tour abD< Huga in the poiuid. 'The nuinbtx o? required tsei' rued at Bright eves, rosy cheeks, and red UPS corne from good digestion. Wrlfilev's Js a delicious aid to the teetb. breath, appetite and digestion. A View of Part of the Famous Bouchard Gardens 12 Miles From Victoria, B.C. Sone yean ago at lie of verted to toss Sown OTCT the side of oa Southern Veacouver Is- tha thirsty day la a dean, bright fall land '.hit splaehed Into the lake. their flower-hung pagodas, tfre elraa, plnniole of roci that stood In the the dragons, the tiny fairy foreus of nature. cement works snd tie bewlliiertng" bcautt nwrbj iad remored from this spot binked with Mil. while the same rose-gardens, one's of laaa of tana and shale soil was placed .In all o( lla" holes to.- uflUnrton in the manufaclurg ot ana crannies. .Jtcjqi secret path" one emerges uit It would be hard to con- upon tho rim of the sunken gardens. of a more desolate spot than down Into the place itselt, a hundred Then indeed, one marrelfl at than dry, wrta walks, and by-laths aud stretches of E ensile resources, for beyoad rcsasclUliou. Not of graas grew there, not titeltle, of water Ured the awn were mapped out, and jeds made. Rustic bridges whole being is stirred to )ullt across the lake, aad stream Colour! co'onr and tint froal thJrslinets of it, not bird sent iti note tcrtt-j its eten the un planting Scores of men were poppy, rhododendron, oHS crows disdainfully ignored employed in the first stages of the lo-pslest paitel shades of old-fuh- 1C A hundred feet abore it .the woods worli, and-espcrt landscape garde- ioned lavender, forg2t-me-nobs and eoougb. and forest ners, for not only waa tho excava- sweet peas arc there! wan- lioncy-sucklc, and ereri crs thriTOd in fragrant profusioc, but tion U) ba made into a sunken seeds could take root garden, b'ul tho ground above, which In the dry sind and clayof the iiad beeu cieare-J, was known blossom, except those they, withered and died a tea-gar- thrive only In for want of soslcnanoe, and den, and a combination of Japanese their quqta the splendid argosy of the charm of the woodert glades and fairy garden. More iittle streams Uie excaralioa looked all Uie from the woods were moved into this Music! -Surely the little birds mnsl more Incongmous and unsigliUy. upper garden' and nourished from think ttcy have reached their heaven, underground to send up rain- for never are tieir become one of the most loTely garden bow fountains here r.r.3 there. spots in ttie wholo length rainbow sprays among the flowers. 'not excluding the fam- trees and a Valer-faUs Unkle down the cllffirids trw eaxdcrj of" southern California. thousand feet 6r-Eorefof pergolas where ferna and vines of every hin It 1 i the Mecca of thTOsands of tour- gi tfa-hpuse and a half In andvlhe.grcal erery yearC and'aa there is no rei! winter :weatber on nil ot Ihe most nriistiealiy i1 Island, the garden with rock planls, shrubs, maases ol Jilooms practically tia' whole throughout the different gardens, and flower and shrub that grows every sort of new and old-fashioned i How was this miracle accomplish- found its home there. The pergolas flower till It nothing FG Man'; iagenBily aided by erer- were hung with climbing roses, the lake IE slotted with trout that conw Black loani-by loos was carried into in. crowds for the crumbs you may excavation, picked up Hie clay-batiks, and arounfl th had its own Individual garment drop them, velvety cat-tails rise oal In Ihi-k all over tha and in tho very teart of the This upper gtrdcii la the first one bask on. the bosom of the watert Iraversed by the visitor, and wbllo butterHies of ovcry aJze ani hariife seen all of- Its loveliness, the variety weave a loom ct -Toloor Irpra curious channs of Use Japanese gar- Save Certificates ior Wearever Aluminum If it's flavor if it's moderate cost, or full nour- ishment without waste; if it's quickness of service By all means try a pacltag Sugar-Saving i famous wheat 'and malteH barley food has every good feature a prepar- ed cereal food should have, and more than most foods. Grocers Every where! Sell Grape-Nuts "There's a Reasorfl Made by Canadian Cereal Co., Ltd. Windsor; Ontario, ALBERTA PROyiNCIALSCHOOL OFAGRlCDLpE AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Dqmesik Science CONSISTING QE -AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCIENCE Cooking, Gewlng Home rjurslng Engllsn and Arithmetic Household Managtmen! Santtatton Agtionomy Animal HusbV.dry MechanEcs Veterinary Science Dairying Poultry Farm Management Horticulture Economics, Science Culture NO TUITION FEE NO ENTrlANOfi EXAMtNATION Courses extend over two winter' sessions of five months each commencing Oct 29 and." closing MarcK'26 Open to and girls who have reached sixteen 1. of age, Calendar ofitudjti and Application o( Admittance -obtainable ffom: O.S. LONGMAN, B.S.A., Eriiielpal School of 'Agriculture, ;HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL; Minister of Agriculture, Edmonton A. E. MEYER, Supt. ot Agriqiittiira! Schools anil DemonBtratlon Farms, Edmonton ;