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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, August: lE LETflBIiiioGE HERALD GOOD TASTE IDJDEED 1 Is a feature of our Furniture Display Even in tho lowest priced articles tho ele- inent oi'. lieniuiy hns_ not been ncglcotetl. has that of quality and durability. Selecting furniture here is .therefore kafe for ..the most-inexperienced. No one can regret purchasing here. The Alberta Outfitters Dominion Block 6th SI, S., LettibvUlge. Page 5 'Tho J50 prize for the best display; Leslie Johnson Lost Lake Won First Display at Flower Show Aug. Tah'er dis- _ _____ _______ ___........... trict has nnmc. of fho finest grain'in 'jjjrt Wood won live f.rsls and eleven Southern Alberta is the opinion ol i Children's display at flow- W. J. (Mass, ol .Mncleod, who judged arawitiRS tlic field-grains in the standing grain The water has hcon flowing from tlio old well for over two years, and ia a pure mineral quality. .Mr. J'arker believes is an inexhaustible sup- ply of this water, and that it should ho by the iown. The funeral oi Cieo. the young man ivho was drowned in Henderson lake, I.ethbridge, last iveek, loot [ilaue here on Sunday, from thn home of his mother. Tho I NU fiiV pil'-V lui ljlc utav ulaplrtjr i, r, i n I of alKflowers was won by Mrs. Dr. t services held by Rev. Mr. MahtiHy in naminam This was donated br the chuich wcrc ,at' Cluny The liurpce special, lhc L Ol l locnl lortec pri70 for Iho'W collection by chll- attending m-a body. _____ Ptl7' dreu under 1C. went to Sylvia Ham- maiu Dr.- l-lunman won first in the residence grounds competition, with Alox- Ueck second, fieri. Wood third, (_.laullo Campbell (mirth. Mrs. were" especially ng high. Ln oats, II. McAllister, of rtfapy, gnt second with E. J. le third. .In Iho opinion of W. H. Fairfleld, of the experimental farm I.cthbridge, ;he. first annual Taher horticultural exhibition held Imtay wr.s a big suc- cess. Mr. Kairfipltl and Mr. TcrriU, of the Terrill Floral Co-, were bolh iero, and surprised at tho num- ber and the beauty oi the floivcr ex- hibits. VALUE OF CULTIVATION SHOWN INCREASED YIELD PER ACRE (Continued From Front Pago) More -worX and better farming Is thej mnfcwer to the question ashed when an explanation IB requested for the Btatt-ment that crops are at least five bushels better along the Aldersyde line than at moat pot a ti In the south. Aside from the that there IB n wiiforraly good class of farmers In .this territory, the.Herald representa- tive" evidence of real farm- ins than There seems to bo a very general appreciation of the value .of sum me prlBingly large fallow ami area. of this year's crop IB carefully prepared land. what the crop" will average Js, pr course, more or of until Uie grain -shoots through the thresh- ere' spout, but oft a liberal per- centage lor tho poor fiVrdthg, mid, of course, there are 'qttfbMe fanners along ttiif line elsewhere, tLera should ho a. 20 to 22 bjuhel average !f-aafc means. good cropi and. it aUb mehns that there' are 'many fields whloh will go to the ?B- abfl 30- bushel Tho farmers with whom tho Herald representative chatted, .all admitted tho value oi summer and 'were severe In condemnine the stubble man. There was evoii a disposition to take a tall out of .'wjiat IB known .its the two-year maii iccks a two-years' crop on a one-year's plowing. "Summer 'fallowing spells luture prosperity for said Carmangay .farmer, and he voiced tho oplaJori of many others. There are some big follows along ibis Mr. C. S. Noble, of Nobleford, who crop thousands of acres, and these fellows are Johiiny-on-the-spot watch- ing every foot of land, as JtMii'mado ready for the 'grain. They are brainy farmers, and only adverse cliniatlc WORTHY OF THE DOMINIONS London! Aug. 14. Sreakhig lit the House the l.ord Chancellor exprcBsed gmttnctition at thn passing of tho Appelato Jurisdiction Dill. The appolate 'tribunal, ho said, would now bo In a much stronger position than before, and if any were lo take place in the constitution of that house he thought they would be vtthin easy sight of such an arrangement AS would loavo established, a supremo tri- bunal of the empire renlly worthy of the tremendous extent of the King's dominions. Tho bill had cleared the road for those things. OUR BIG Jewelry Sale Odds and Ends on sale now nt oi' Cost Pri.ce Sec our .151.00 Window (Satimlay) Regular Values to each; Your Choice OUR UTG SALE HAS PROVED A TliE- II UN'DOUS SUCCESS AND BY FATl HAS EXCEEDED OUll EX- PECTATIONS R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading- Jeweler, Established 1898 DISCUSSION ON THE RENDERING OF LIGHT FAIR SOON Cardston, -Aug. 13. Cardston Town Council met on Tuesday, night, and ufier a session, lasting from C p.m. till midnight, came to a decision regard Ing delinquent- .water ..and light ac- countB. Cardston's, system of Bending out accounts quires told the Herald this morning that he had not paid bis light account fo eight months and had never received any sort of.notfco Hint anything was is not the, and re- Hization. One roslJen due the, town. account Jsj conditions can spoil their elfcnrts. For- said to .be running 'two ycarsx without! tuhfttely, this seldom happens'. A real anything, having been paid, on It, and ilry year ouce in twenty years SR the electric power Is still beins supplied. mark. In conversation olal ibdlyld-. ual farmers, there .were claims mnde af 40- and BO-bushel fields, hut any one conversant general condi- tions in Alberta knows wall that such fields aro tho rare ones, There "is one pleasure about a trip nlong tho Aldereyde-line, and that the universal tribute.paid to summer follow, and .Intelligent work on a farm. In many districts, there are mon who porslat in pointing out isolated fields bubble crop which theypaa- sort ate as good aa summer fallow, hut such men aro in a very' weak minor- ity, fortunately for-.the future of tiie province. 'AJ1 along; tne Alierayde -line from Nohto to Vulcan, there are good crops. Farmers evBTywhere seem to be In hopeful. a'plrltB, and if suiumpr fallow It will be well de- monmtratad by tho "OiraBhera1 records this comlhgr -autuhin. -3bmo farmers ha-vft .high as 1100 acres In Bummer I'ltUow, and the it etacda 3n the field certMAlr' 16oka pTOrolslng. Thoro la one about' landing record of the' southern portion of this province and in nearly every' other year a fanner has- -more than ait even chance to set a crop. liul all the far- mers are not farming several sections, and It Is plcasureable to nofc that thn man oh the section; and half section .is seeing the-plow from the. right angle and more land 'will be cultivated pro- perly every year "There aro weeds along the-Alder- The Council decided that all Light'ami: water-users.: who fall, to pay. .their dues by Iho-lOLh-of fqHp'w- ing tho one for Kvhlch- the account is rendered shall have the service tils-1 continued; Bnclc- accounts will not be I pressed', dobtors-to, council having till next January to settle. .For July ac- counts, August 20 Is the date settlement, and hereafter Towu Elec- trician Ijongstnff has authority to col- sy'de line, bur an appreciable improve- lect accoiinta and give receipts! ment-Is noted, due, no doub't, to tlio! Things are slipping-nicely for. the: fallow, -and -Ilkewlee to AgrlcuHirral -Bxhihltlpn. of. the .Card-] fiton Agricultural Society, to] heM on August ,39 and-20. Some fact, that the farmer, who is many farmers are realizing from 'careful observation and that IB that thing! are not always what they seem. Many a field which looks like 30 bushels, threshes out 20 bushels. There .Is always more or leaa uncertainty, and about the only way to got anywhtro near an accurate esti- mate IB to wade- into the grata and carefully examine the henda In all DRrtSr of it. Allowing, however, for all poeeible deductions in the form .'of tubble fields, too lato sowing, and oUier set bcicks, there- should easily be a SO-bushel crop at Noble, Barona, Vulcan. Car man jay, Cbampion, and THE PERFECT SHOE for SUMMER SPORTS Made la Smart Stylet, Suitable For Every Outd oor Occasion VOUR DEALER HAS THEM You Am W.ll Gat THE BEST CANADIAN C'ONBOLJOATCO RUBQCR CO., LIMITED. 2 UONTHEAL. etvo and industrious enough-to culti- vate ia equally progressive in fighting an enemy to iiuluatry. It will-be years before weeds aro reduced BO as not to constitute a serious problem, but pro- green is being made. There are farm- era who realize that Individual fe- greater than govern- ment responsibility' and-they are the men with the cleanest fields.- The Homestead Dlatrlot In reviewing the AJderayde .line, .one iiusvto go east some-forty miles, and include jsuch. districts as Bowvllle, Sweet Valley, Yolwood, -Rosemead, Turin, Sundial, Iron Springs and Pic- ture Butte. A big portion of these dis- trictfl la held by homesteaders 'and they, too, are doing a very creditable amount of siimnior All dis- tricts are not. uniform In regard t6 waede, and Uiere wore aome wore hot as favored by rain as others. Bowvllle got the rain, and the crops look promising. "There arc aome good farmers here, and there will bo big yieldi. Cutting has started In several fields; Darrhlll -.was not BO favored with rain, and tho :crops, ore, lighter. More work" with the plow woutd give in this district." Sweet Valley looks well as a and the-weeds are being.hard fought. There IB a lot of ploying being this year. In here, and good results are looked for thle year. Yetwood and Roaomcad are only and. the Initer, point is needed improvements are being made. _ given a bod nAm lence of weedB..., riioyld oo-operatp. .in .fighting this owing to the preva- farmers (Treat enemy of Crops lo the grounds and grand stand, when complete, will put Cardston's ex-! hlbltlon equlrment on a par with' that of the other towns in the south, anil notwithstanding Hint farmers will bo busy: nt the time of tho the di- rectors arp lucking for well filled en- tries In all classes, Cnrdston distnct will support'well its fair this year. The.building of tlio new tcinplo'tit Cnrdalon U giving the town consid- erable publicity. It will be remember- ed that tiile Es the first Mormon tem- ple on British soil, and the event of the dedication of its Bite has much more than "a. local significance. The group picture of.the dedication party, time In the Herald, copied by many of the pa- i throughout, Canada and the Un- Statee. Rev. A. D. "Koith, president of Al- berta Toadies College and" Conserva- tory of Music, at Red Deer, Altn.; wag a visitor "to Cardaton on Tuesday of this week. The college at Red Doer (s non-acct.iTian, but Christian in tone and work nnd its course of study' IB comprehensive, covering in a erVil nay the subjects of public and high school courses, together with Instructions In household science, music, art, commercial subjects, .and! ptiyalcal culture and exprefElon, Mr.1 Keith is looking for students for the autumn term, which -begins In Septem- ber. He 1s hoping .when tho college opens to have a fair representation from tho south country. n. F. Olson, of Cardston was one of the lucky few whose farm the Imll around here vary "consider ably, and IB be-a biff average. Sun- circled without damage, In the recent dial Is also weedy, and farmers will hail .storm at Standoff. Mr. Olson's learn when, the- threshing Is done (hat ft not pay. There Is splendid I land in this district, ami If It were wall worked, big results would ,be ob- tained. Iron Springs district .looks and there will" he some big yields, FurnicrB'around here are In- vesting arid It Is counting heav- ily. As an illustration of weather freaks. Picture Butte a few milea owrtjr did not get nearly as much mois- ture anri crops will be proportionately Taking nil the district .north and northeast of the city, there are many features to criticise but USUns It us n day of this week. land is seven miles from Standoff and the same- distance from Glenwood. Hftll swept everything north, south, east and iresVoMita wheat, but not a head of hie was dnningtld. Snow been falling at. Intcrrals in the nipuntains during the past few days, and n colder west u-lnd has the result. On Friday morning of" last week ft very heavy full was noticeable, covering tho peaks with a mnntle of white, and shading into gray half way down tho aides, R. A, Gillies M-RH a -huelnoss vEsltor to Raymond on Tuesday and whole, the yield wilt bo-- Boniewhat higher than south In other- parts of the Dr. J. E. Amos made nitother of his nerEodlc vlilta to the Sugar Wednesday, The Man Who Wants to Get the Most Clothing Values for the Least Outlay of Money Us- ually Waits Until this Time of Year and Gets It This Season Will Be No Exception for Our Great Clearance Sale Saturday Will Deliver Bargains Galore. Savings in Cjothing, Shirts, Underwear Shoes, Etc. The Chief Attraction of this Sale Lies in the Fact that the Savings are Tangible and Worth While, All .the Goods on Sale Being of the Best in Style 1 and Quality. READ BELOW Men's Summer Suits Two-piece regular value 15.00 to Saturday One Big Lot of Men's thjee- piece Suits that would be Good Value at 18.00 and 22.00 Saturday at. Men's Balbriggan, Regular Value Saturday Sale r Price Light Wool, regular Saturday .93c. Wolsey Underwear Saturday at 5JJ1.3S B. V. D. Underwear Saturday at SSc. Men's Stiff Hats All the Newest Shapes, Christy Shoes Men's. Oxfords 4.50, Saturday Shirts Odd to 17i, Reg. en to Saturday nt JVC. Shirts Working Shirts, up from 75c. Shirts Negligee Shirts with collar 7 e attached, 1.50, Saturday Men's Working Gauntlets, Special 60 and 75c. Sole Agents for Carhartt Overalls :Kelvie McGuire ;