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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IPS, 'S 1 jBlllHlW 1 I J t. Ifri.'U Ofliriil t fK rf A e k> (1) T.he King of Belgium re: Ttews the British HI Corps at Brussels. Troops pass- CJs Ro-val i JVm Gunner observers in ac- i tion from old ruins captur- from at Daar- K 'iJ (3) HJBW the wine of Villa Albertini, Italy, were I left br the enemy. I (4) Thousands of tons of [iron girders left by trie ene- my being loaded into trucks by Austrian prisoners. (6) Examining. an UJlex" I pWed sftell the officer acci- I dentally trod on a hand jrre- nade, but hearing the hiss, had time to retreat. (6) Civilian Arabs return- ing to Ramadia after.Turk- J ish defeat armoured car ac- the surrender. "TSI (7) British officers exam- ining Italian ruins. i o :t Jf- Manitoba's Mixed Farming King be went on a'.a way with a (ay until to-day It Is koown and rt t X lift II ty v- t v ITJ -I maay sutes of the Ucion to the sooth as that of a man who hu labored unceasingly to promote dl- agriculture in'the Canadian Larcombe Is St Tears yoong, and for 69 of those years he, has worked on the land and worked karri. To-day lie is.hale anii'hearty, and lores a joke, tells: a capital story, but In a moment can tnni from gay to grave, and has a'.Tislraof what 'should be done country, a rision that .Ae yoi men night well try to catch. Lite many who hate wroogSt welt for western Canada ke hae had little or no tangible TMognition Vy gorenuenta of his work. in; indulges in a little Blhl'iar- caem over tbing3 as they- as for example the other day wfren congri- tulated on winning the Spe- cial of SSM In gold he reaiarked with a merry twlikle "Oh 1 have tke glory and the tare tin- DMn't you tee that the f ladng had ii be won twice before Ike mosey is paid but the saM "yoa I have won twice the grand chaiapfon- for wheat.' Mr. "but are oal> relrwicllve In collectloas, not in payments, and my first win was be- rore this prize was .offered, but per- haps I will win nest year every year there are expert wheat In tie I- prize I; open to Ihe whole Dotrtnloii, but binlis like to ptay tier get the glory of offering Mpry of winning the ana there is a long chance will Berw hive to the he wcntrlo work; on a farm when he was nine years old and worked there until lie was-twentr- ote, when he moved to CroydOD, fa Surrey, and IK fardenin? for ten years, la J889 the cal! of the new land became iOMleait and thoush by this lime. given seven to fortune BCtCU iv had a wife and ftve children, he.poll- ed up sukes, and cuno lo Caaada, laodixt in Winnipeg In May ot.Uiat year, aoif after n few days rest M on irbut In tbmc days old Mamitota North Western, for Blrtle. Ho did not make the rnlf.UU to coomou among his of Ihfoklnr beoiuse he hid faihned In England, there was nothing !o learn in Canada, but hired out for a year with another fanner.. The yenr he renleii farm three roilcj From Blrtle, and started on his.owtt account, fjid t'nat vtr; joined the Dirtle Society, At a' time when everyone' was talking wheat, and wheat and more wheat, be made his first not ef grahte but of The firs', lime he got tbree jtrlzts. la ten years his Itot of cntrieS and he had Ihlrly-iwvm priies from the Blrtle society, and S< prluei! from (our other local at wlrfch be exhibited. All tkete growing grain, as to feeling way _ and (tralM, Jmt con- fined to and roots almost entirely.' In the years from IMS 1o 15M In- 8nd grain for the C. rVR, for exhi- bition ptirporf- fCastem Cau4i, and personally suficrialendeil Ihess dlspfays at theerliiblt'ons Rt (Mttwa, Toro'ma aiirl ShcA broofe, Quebec, la IMS hi: grew veiutapies and.sucb vinf products anvrpklftg, sqtiash! and the Dominion Gov- ernment, And shipped about farce} tons lo Enf., for display fn (he Immigration In lilS, won tbo gold me.ial at the TVimiiptgi Land and Apple Show for best' gecsral of farm, fnir.r. In 1917 took a HI ethi- Mt lo Preorli, III., to the World Soils Productive and cap- lored no lew (ban 13 prlwji arrymfr then tbft covered grand ter Wtitat; a compflltion open (o In he asuln thfl World Soils Products nod "won the ;f6r Inn bent Inolvlrlual farmcr'f ethl. Ml, and sjveonstalca for.whem In thi Dry Fanntoi ;