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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE IttE LKTHBHIDGE DAILK HKHALD AUGUST 1917 OEAIH mm Cox Passw Away Unev Fire Was Averted From Oar Own The people of Ihe district riccSvcd a shock Thursday news spread that Cox COM was one of the most Sunflowers for Ensilage Is Proved Success by Experiment Stmttieru Alberta tanners have very much to tw according to UnfieW super tat ndeut ot ttie stato experimental farm at who was lu the city yesler day on Ws way home rciai West ern Canada Irrigation association con vpntion al CreeV Ltefceld lias travelled over the whole slate ot In the mutter o interested Llnfield Is very in an experiment which he Is carry ing out at which he wants FalrfieM lu try A couple of years ago a man from Michi gan suggested that RusMan sunflow ers would make ensilage or cat Early la the evening a company of 30 or so returned eoldlere entered the convention hotel and sought to obtain the Albert delegates The banner was not did not was going to jfsert Itself and managf Ihe ol The idea but j followed daring the last three j Linfteld said auythlug was worth brief and of meadous gathering sweeping victory for the Liberal parly at the forthcoming Premier of and Pre mier of British highly respected laiics o xmmity and her death will be bv The funeral services were helii in the first ward chapel anu very largely many Welling people being Wshop Allred was in The meeting characterized by the many fine seen no crop Irving A small pitch was ccoiiire with and grew to a height a He considers jot len or twelve Thoy were cut 5 j Mat ye have sood average crop in when the crop Is LlntieU is a graduate of the On tario Agricultural College at and while he has been engaged in ex perimental work in the United States tributes that were paid Ihe f years lw has Cox has played a tonsplcuous part in the activities ot tho being always willing to atd when she was The first speaker was Wilde of who knew and Cos when they lived fn in a very sincere manner ho spoke il to character of the deceased and of the WsttasDj the had ot Allred as the next his talk being along the samelines with addition of he hope Cox had tn the resur Romney in the follow ing sermon stated that it ts gradually betas recognized that there Is to be a hereafter and that all are to rise Bishop Allred was the speak The chotr rendered several fine musicalnumbers ia addition toa Tocal solo by Miss Xora A large number of peonle in automobiles followed the remains to their resting place In the Temple Hill What might have proved a serious fire averted by the daring of tome ladies of the when the residence of Paxman caught fire OB The wom en climbed to the lop of the house and iut away part otthe root while the J was Their however was gained and the progress of the flames was The blaze was started by sparks flying out ot the A marriage of two popular young Jeople isto be solemnized tonight when Miss Belle Corless becomes ithe bride o Orrin Marker of the ceremony will be performed at ihe home of the brides The Boy Scouts have returned home itterspending last tew days at the Walerton iliss Hstel Skouson ot Salt Lake arrived t4 Raymond on Saturdayand at the home of her brother Miss Jessie Redd arrived home to blghl attending the summer at Apostles Hjrum Smith and An Ivins will be the principal speakers at tha quarterly annual con ftrence ofthe Taylor which be held here neit Saturday and Vard Tanner left oV Saturday where he will visit for V iWord has beeen rcefred that Ken Beth Gordon and Love of Kay inbil2 have been drafted in the was accepted by ihe medical fc Is to aj4ige the SEW farmers elevatorwinch has just been Mark Soyson commenced pit ttis At the Buck fOntch binder has gyiic lurongh tbcnt two hondred and fifty is in charge rotates that It certainly fine and that jit and forty jiusrisls to the We had a heavy on Friday tbe matched race here on Sat a Cradle belonging to txss beat Charley Kfnseys i Tom by a few The race i interesting aad tho prospects are be matched eeilags toward the Canadian agricul While in the city he visited the Dominion Experimental Farm here and was loud in his praises of the ex cellent wort Is doing or better Llnfield took up the experlmcntal agricultural work the state olMontana mora than years and his experience here has beeu nsucb ihe same as It was tn southern part 0 tnis pro millions of acres ot idle land which the sheep ranchers saiti would never he any when the heads were about half na irat through cutting Iras and fed to the The cows aeeuici rt like the the quantity of vallk kept The lillle paiiu bid f ieldeJ at the rate ot 36 tons to the U looked liKe a sood proposition so the neit year three acres and it yielded 23 1o 30 tons per It was put through cutting box and fed to the They vould eat from 75 to SO podnds a Linfield figured that from an aero of the sunttpwer worth as much In feed value Seven tons ot This farm planted seven acres and is putting up an 140 sunflower is ton silo to store cut early in September when Btlll It s sown In rows about three feet apart ad the plants about foot apart in latiueld the crop will take the of sum good for nnythlng but but and can be pUnted In place hatday is past and agriculture is rap idly gaining throughout the This spite of rhe poor he says there will be more wheat raised inMontana than last year owing to toe great increase in the Is still behind Alberta politics and vrere frequently his friends fn private Sir Richard has had a remarkable being a remarkably young man whim accorded the honor of position he held For almost 13 He was suffer ing from neuphris in an advanced stage he rwignsd from the agentgeneralship about the middle of last but Intended to return to British Columbia in July too severe to permit his In Premier Brewster ex pressed his deep sympathy with Lftdy McBride and her daughters in their Sir Richard was a native ol British hav ing been born m NTew being thus onl 47 years of He was the son of Arthur He was educated at the public and high schools of his native and later Attended univcn of which is not a sure crop In Alberta or that were very a general After the meeting broke up the delegates from Manitoba Saskatchewan met privately In separate rooms to choose their representatives on the resolut Itons Alberta delegates held a meet ing this the selection of their 20 members of the comuiiltoc resolutions with Mayor Henry ot Ed acting as The speaicrs lucluded Premier At torneys enerai Frank OV1 Michael Jamas of Edmon o and The meeting was closed to the but delegates later if clarcd that It had been very enthusias tic and that Oliver had been accorded a demonstration it was Intro duced the name of Sir Wilfrid We are going Into Mac Kay was quoted as we are going with one not The years to the leadership ol Sir Wilfrid rsoii ken wheat which will reduce the On the things look Iwt tpr than two NEW x New will 1J9 In full swing In this district In an olher weeks as the grain is become Sinuo few have been cutting wheat last Tills cutting we Some barley has been cut Wheat on cum blossomed but UQ couflltiona nre much improved all uvftr tht dis The cutting ot oats already LLierfallow protulsea a ZQ bushel Flax U light in most Potatoes prorctee to to llgbi Some raM fell oc the ulght ot Tho weather lias got cooler Plncher and tho early wheat will be ready for cutttagin a went Much ul is well and a visit to var ious parts of the district convinces a visitor with the help of farmers Ibo areragc lias uow been Increased lu isuiaa parts up to while rop tho mniorlty will now give a yieiu w conditions havo slightly improved In less than 20 This change his district during tho past jlj duo to the fe hbura rpJn lliat fel Tlie shdwefs of Friday whllalou Prljay which In some very light iiidoubteilly were beneficj cases lias changed the face of many lat to V certkis such a smile that thero Is scarcely sus of opltilori la tuat tho grain Is fill1 room smile even in tho fields iog Sanptes of spring wheat of On tho north is the big have to town which farm of with his tew Indicates that the crops here j hundred acres of and many ol will berather betler than what for other This farm also pro the past weeks havn been expectiduces a large number of Tio Mymakers are in tie fields and a 5srje IKick 0I well ly sud while tho stacksbred TimoUiy Bra one to two ot last year IuE owing to tho weather auO in al Ula will bo put forth on the recent showers did w Tho weather refresh Ihe atmosphere to some ex Farmers In this district tra still looking anxiously for a good soaking rain to benefit the later Eovn fall en Irregularly over the Grain has stood the dry spell surprisingly A few fields of late sown wheat miied wlia wild oats hive been cut for Considering that thero will be no loss this year from fallen grain or from and that there ts en in crease In acreage it is probable that party has trusted for the past total yield of wheat will be prac tlcaily that last The ponds and coulees have furnished water fcr of no cool spell ol tho last few Jays lias helped along sary commodity has favort lsn sr iriuu concluded that owing to o h the clay son Iwhlch is more expnln lcavcs slvo to but retains its uiolstura f grain 1 this has withstood r the sraia and tho yield will be heav aga liad enough stalks to fill tht Thetew ciops thai really we etler than areas of lighter GRASSY has most of the summer fallow and lalfl over breaking has stood it marvelous ly vroSl as since June not a droi not been asruucu cutting done this jot rain has fallen In some ThU week as was expected but tho grain I Is expected to yield from ten to thirtj fs ripening fact and by everyone will bo The dry spell rain is badly needed for thelater crops and tor As yet our potatoes are very lops look healthy and Very Jittle stubbled croj will pay tor There are very tew good crops o Flax ts still standing tlfl Culling will bo general lij next week It no rain graduating in He read law Atkinson and Angus being admitted to the bar in after he practised for some years in British be fore entering His ap pearance In politics was when he district for the commons when Sir TVlUrld was elected to In he was returned as member for Dewd jiey in the local and again in 1900 and He represented also Victoria City fn 1907 and Victoria and in He entered Die cabinet as minister of alines in 1900 in 1903 became which position he held until bis retirement In to fake the position of agent general of British Columbia in being succeeded as premier by The degree of was conferred n him by California university in InaSSC he married Miss Mar and there are five children in the Sir Hichard went to London last K agentgeneral resigning his po iitton as premier during the bitter con which ultimately resulted In the defeat of the Bowser He was created a in Since SB residence in his health been very poor his death was not Tinw peeled as word of his serious ciKoe only a Jeif days FlONT jlre itfte political if e wire personalr Sir Richard from political leaders he had frequently T arm fricndsWps his most His one oi the mos British Co jam end it was this cliirm of hi many friends Jor irWih accounted rery iirgely fo his His death will be tel Iferytoealyln Btftlatt ColuirHilt V and ConsfrrSlives fo ils poltttca anlagonlsfJ worVeJ t FREE PRESS REPORT iog will be general in Manitoba and In Saskatchewan and Alberta about From II to ISbushels Is esllrri ated nverfigo Vfheat yield for 12 or 13 bushels for SRskAtcheiran and around 20 bushels for says the Manitoba Press In Inf this Its frith crop report for season of ff THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER PrtAfcnlS K S JOHN Suft at Cmnl W n Bmxhn SAVE YOUR MONEY and thus help Canada to do her share in the Great ALLOWED AT 3 PtR ANNUM OH SAVWGS BEPOSm Of ARB XJFWAMS AT BRANCH OF THK BANK Embleni of Extra Value ahd Virtue MANY motorists iiiiye Discovered that tlie service rendered be the emblem of tbe Goodyear Station is mathemaUcai in its It is in 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