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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday. August 30.1910. Modern Eight-Roomed House, Lot 40 x 225, at 1255 Dufierin Street is property will be disposed of at a bargain. For particulars apply to Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yardi Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Tabfer Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm, Nanton Granuin Carmangay. Borons Kipp Jet. DRY FARMED WHEAT THE BEST LONDON'S CRUELTY TO LOVERS 30. DrvjDoeS Publicity of GoUlt1 m of to eat are to farmed wheat is declarc-d "by one of 1 the Ia.rjr.est concerns in the North-1 !'west1 to be superior to grain srowc .on irrigated lauds. L. P. Wood, of! Billings, Mont., manager of the Rus-' i sell-Miller Milling company of North Dakota, writes as follows TO John. T. Burns, secretary oi the Dry Farm- i Congress., I. "In" this vjcinitv the ship Make for Happy Marriage (Condon. Daily .Mirror) Does the fact thai the Londoner has to ,do most of his wooing in public injuriously affect .his prospects of ex THE GOING CONGRESS AT the -best dry farmin sections have shown- up most favor- jQaPPy married life? j ably_ during the season, when it is i The question is'raised .by a keen! considered thai this summer has been observer of the habits of his the- hottest. and --.driest 'that- has been i who, -during the holiday season, has seen here in many -years. The cual- j -been observing the difficulties under! ity.of the. dry farmed, wheat is excel- wnjeh .the -Londoner labors, in carry- s bakery once, we do not home -Should" .you 'U .get at least as 'here itfeout bother: or as much expense. i ._. made. Jeat> and_this we iiave -determined bv Sing'His wooing to a successful concla- verr.careful laboratory tests. Ision. .milling, purposes the dry. farm j He is inclined to think that the cd -wheat is a -great deal more uni- i m-atter-of-fact wooing rendered neces- lorm in-qualny t-Iian the irrigated ;saiy -by publicity does awaj- -to some proaact, and the quality and quantitv i extent" with sentimentality and the .or-the gluten-is .more uniform. This :aa.Mt of expecting .too much of mar- vears-srade-has-been shown to con-iried life. The'consequence is a hap- cent, of good marriage quality or gluten, while the irrigated ip wheat ,runs from 30 to 40 per "cent 13 a-cruel- city ..or lovers, qualitv of cluien is verv said- "Taere. are no quiet lanes isuch as country- lovers no si- lent .woods or deserted parks, no dark can trust your eyes to tell you only one important fact about a metal bedstead. Either the "Ideal" Guarantee is on the footrail, or it is not. When it is, you can be sure you get full value. For that Guarantee goes on the "Ideal" Metal Bedstead only after forty-inspections have madeit safe for us to put it there. Red, as it .matures does wheat-- and i Mission Takes Young Lady to'the --Heart--of Africa. "A noisy, brilliaatiy-lit publicity sur- drouth'' conaiTions i rounds the young London couple when so long.' This variety "walfcios out.' Clattering masons ano ot wheat, is excellent aiilling grain roaring motor buses drown their gen- wheaiready for market. '.However, the jtle Phrases, and-thousand candle pow- should" consult their local er arc lights make the slightest de- millers'as -to, the" wheat that is best imonstration of affection, brutally pub- 'Children Often Need a you cannot be too careful give purgatives injure the bowels and pave the way for lifs-long troubles. The new eVacuant in been the emigration agents, who had shooting' straight at th'e mark truth .about dry farming. Dry Farming Preeminent Today dry fanning stands preemi- Dry Farming Will Be Given a Stimulus- i Whole World to be Represented BY JOHN y. Secretary Fifth Dry Panning Congress i Notable as a world convention of i practical agriculturists will -he the j nent among- agricultural and civic de- iMfth Dry Farming Congress in Spo- j v'elopment organizations, in-the world, Wash., October o to 6, when-Through its influence agri-cultural col- experts, farmers leges have added dry 1'arming de- win discuss the j partments, field men and demonstra- phases of this method of till--'lion farms in practically every west- their actual experiences j era. state. Because of its activity working out the principles. influence the United 'States, gov- cations are that more than. 2.500 ac-j eminent through its -department-of credited delegates from various states I agriculture has extendedMts researc-h vou Provilices in America and 10 for- j and -demonstration work everywhere, oolv one 'quality COU2tries and -several' thousand i Its campaign has increased, state ap- best we know interested in scienti- jpropriations and has led thousands "how to produce f'c farmino will be attendance. j upon thousand of farmers into sue- That applies whether the The Consress will deal with dryjcessful farming operations. "Ideal" Metal-.Bed you buy tannino so extensively and. in such a! Its influence has 'been directly, re- costs but or ten times that. the fanner who spends the j sponsible for much of. the favorable the United States Con- 20 acre .homestead law coal lands law has does the work most effectively without irritating the bowels or causing any discomfort. The children like them for they taste like candy. One of the most popular of the NA-pRU-CO preparations. 25c. a box. H your druggist-has not yet stocked them, sand 25c. and we win mail them. 20 National Drvs ChecucaJ Company of Canada. Limited, Montreal. i-the foremost crop and horticulturists Ideal Beds Read "The Philosophy of an interesting little book '-we scnd_you fiee and you get a Matter-of-Fsct Proposal "Consequently, a Londoner will marriage in a plain, jnatter-of- ner after a ten weeks' ac- He will "ne accepted, per- tae top of an omnibus or heroine of the story is Bliss I nccuou 'irltJl Drj; Fanning COR- i amidst the an. undc-r ground Sir Reginald1' -the week of Octo- Strain. Permanent Under -er-r{ tether-demonstrate the ad- ry, lor. Scotland, and the grave "that! van-tases dry-farmed wheat over grain grown in districts where irri- son of unusual drouth, this conven-' opened to occupancy hundreds o yuu.. nw, KCt a is attracting-unusual interest, as j.tnousands of homesteads which have STT light on this metal bed question.- farmer -who has heretofore giver, i never before 'been available under for Booklet No. 340 BEDDING tne subject of dry farming only a casual thought is now turning with am inclined to think that 'court- _ grave that end" of her Journey is that .'of. lieutenant. It will be Intrepid explorer s-killed last May by natives .Central Africa, "His body was hi-s -and'token to'iMaifoni, near Lake Chad, and burj by-the side of his brother, Captain ;CJaiide Alexander, vrho died some six ago wbUe -with..tie Gosling es- ipedition..- Miss -ATacleod's journey is not only take about seven months is-extremely.'ar-duous, and the young- ;lady's friends made: every ef- dissuade her from the.project 'She it is understood, 'a. British. ofScal and iis -make ,the greater, part of tie Sat1011 1S practised." _. ner. fs? lias been living a-tier house, "Vlnters Park. Maid- is a familiar figure on the rolf .course. TELEGR-A.PHIC BRIEFS "It is also, rumored that his Grace gave.a--distinct .pledge that the Mani- toba school question, would not be up, or. at least, if it is, it will presented in such a way as to Drove to the people'of Quebec tnat if there is any ground .'for .remedial legislation, that remedy must be sought from the Koblin not from Ottawa, wnich has already done all that lies in its power by the compact of Bourassa's-guns -have apparently been spiked in advance. In buying a cough medicine, dont be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, There is no danger from it, and.relief is sure to follow. .Especial- ly recommended for coughs, colds and snooping cough. Sold by all druggists THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE un3er such circumstances make: fe.- nap-pier marriages. A man and a woman who find each other sufficient jv attractive .under such, circumstan- ces to fall in-love with must hav3 sood stuff in them. country lover -is aided by 'tne o-lsmor o? the moonlit sky. Under the mnuence of the sweet smelling coua- trv fields an-d the silence of the lone- lv" lanes, the lover is-apt to see. the object of his affections througn rose- colored spectacles. "Consequently, when he finds as indeed he the object .ot his affections is merely. a human -Deing after all, and not an angel, the in- evitable reaction comes, quarrels -be- farming principles. to tederai laws. Agricultural stuciy rurll. s and a nation-wide campaign" better farming have both, been j given encouragement by the work of TRIED TO Dastardly BURN 'WOMAN the congress" opens it will be the Dry Farming Congress, -which is pOSSible tO determine ill dollars' a-ntl frmrlnnnno :fm-m V.-IT. every state west of the Missouri er are interested in the contest for the largest number of .delegates regis- tering, for which -a handsome solid silver cup, valued at is given by the Spokane Chamber -of Com- merce, There are also interesting for bookkeeping accounts on the farm-, '-papers on (the use of ferti- lizers, photos-, of the. best .app-atiring and prizes for the.boys and girls who nave done well at farm- ing, .and .by no: means-least a'-compe- tition open to 23 states and four Canadian, provinces for, the best ex-' "Jii'bit of- prodncts in 1010' by a. gradu- ate "of-an agricultural college of the class .of. 1SG9. Five thousand dollars is offered in premiums for grains'-and cereals and. fruits and "vegetables grown by dry farming methods, and as.the.-Spokane- interstate fair is. held in conjunction with the 'Dry Fanning Congress -and exposition! this year; a similar amount in penniuins is offered by that or- ganization. Every exhibitor is entitl- ed to compete for these prizes moices two exhibits of his pro- ducts. i The fiftrvicongress is "under the.aus- pices of a board of control, composed of. representative business men of Spokane, .headed by W. New- [possible to determine in dollars'and IN HOLJS" !cents tne losses sustained by the peo- lpie of the United States and Canada continuous -rrom 3'.sar.-To; means of the clubs, home courses. in._agnculturev -3. bv l-tonkas chairrnan. Tiia-' congress will I -hp-nTPsfded "over iMo'n- and deFotd Near Shona tier Found Nearest honas, jaud elsewhere through the dry weath- j semi-monthly pampnlet on ifrj" j errand the repprts will also 'be avail-'ing annual (able of the --success- of this j placing directly into jwork conducted by the agricultural ,10.000 registered naei experiment stations, demon- -agricultural thus -men se-yera-1 -states will .all par- ticipate iu the program, making re- SUiLlUl'S 'C to be a deliberate attempt at arson jstration farms, individual- farmers 'and v- and muraer was discovered-at the J corporations. The government and disillusion pomtment." ends -in' __ -V London vicar, who lived till late- solutely appalled by the the Lend-on- ly in the co-antry point of view. Public Wooinn "I was ab coiiblooiisd directness ol were revealed to came to bondon." he said. "Snyness in the men I in the women i teris the opposite Yarmouth, at three o'clock this 'ed that da-v' morning; The was made by carried on" c a lad named Leo Pox who was waken-1 met ed by sickness. Going from 'his room dUce crc-, he saw on the land-ing'a light which! rr_: "f. J he found to come, from some burning I was looked upon as South Africa. Russia, India, signed to to cvery.-'com- munity in the world. nave joined with Jt United States in the material fixed on the door knob, this great whose c'ojects are the conq-aering -'firouth through sci- of years ago and only soil and mois-ture "Miss Margaret If5" a comsnerccaal possibil- :-cdSs_eryation, general Agricultural Miss Josephine !Ity- Tlle SO-'ernmenfs vast expendi- uplift throughbtrt g to millions of dol- women -who tried to get out of the nave Definitely proved what has j addressed by r room, but the handle of the door was i in 'tae mtervening years too hot to hold. The younger woman ed out Jo-v th.e irrigationists- went to' the window and screamed for i tie commercial possibility b The forthcaicf6ii- ;bci-' the room in which Doyle and.her Doyle were sleeping. He roused te7e aenniteiy proved what has by mea from 1 room, but the handle of the door was 'tae years been work- several of these fOTeaga. countries, and only i there will -be lar-ge exhibits from Aus- ity but the a-b-jtralia, Mexico, Hungary, Russia, the western provinces in ,Qanada aid j means disordered a score or more staces in the United i... J.. Stat.es. The Canadian exhibits will ana sooner iaTe the comprise three or more carloads of Bladder in- a perfectly sreamed for help. Mr. Leslie a neighbor respond- ed, and investigation showed that an entry had been made into the house through 3. window into solute necessity of irrigation as a commercial asset in the west. bedroom and the man pushed through the room Five years ago ary farming, Mr Doyle's but little understood, although, in must have truth, practised for ssveral hundred years, was derisively received by. To have a' lame bacfr. the linest grains and fruits "raised in British Cohim-bia, Alberta. Manitoba TuiMll they ro-siiig Mr. Doyle who is 70 years of many as a land myth, created i and Saskatchewan. The exhibits from I c.6C. The window had been reached as I by climbing over a roof. The -H'TV fc the a means of disposing of acreage Jin the so-called desert districts. The condition, the sooner you 'will life. As far as we know there is" on- "MAI.. J. AA J i 1 l> i L.O 1.1 f -t -L Colorado and Montana will: be feat- ly one remedy .that is guaranteed to ures. as each state is sending vast cure you, and' that is FIG PILLS. If quantities of dry farm products and i they don't make you a strong, heal- for the sttzte thy person in two weeks, your money of b-ov- _v, be 25c a box at all drug stores. S03L4D OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED I ROT B. S. FALSER, President ALSXA2TDE2 LAIKD, General Paid-up Capital, Fund, Brsnches throughout Canada, and in the United States aad England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 'Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or 1 more persons and withdrawals made by any one of them or by the survivor. 4 Lethbridge Branch C Rourse, few men who attended tie rst meet- cannot afford to be co a moinen. aione wnen she rarely has with ter sweetheart otten lie wooing. and other valuables were left withm touch. The at ck was apparent- would be a year of wooing, many and reconciliations. these comparatively long wooiW with their attendant quarrels and i-Sins-ups again, that make tor "2 the subsequent are. The man and the woman learn to A lit- __ .___. ly intended for the older Miss Doyle this being the second time within a month that she has been in danger A month ago she was nearly choked to death, but her assailants got awav The police have no clue at present each other. "They find tbat WILL INTRODUCE nas a temper, and Is bui Human. They that each is ready to scover. -too, tnat eaou ake it'up again, each Is Coring "In fact, they learn the invaluable en scover. m lesson of Jive and take, the most val- uable lesson that any man and woman who intend to marry carr learn. PRAIRIE CHICKEN' Bank Money Orders aftord a convenient and at the same time absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the principal the United States. They are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank at the foUcvv'iiig rates: OT CAH4DA ESTABLISHED 1865 Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over and trader 3c. to f 10.......6c. to to We issue Drafts for larger amounts, and Telegraph Transfers when immediate payment is desired. Main Office cor. Round t Redpath-Stt I G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager, Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Bail lie, Manager. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS W. J. McLean, late principal of Red Deer has accepted the princi- palship of the Wainwright schools. The work of laying cement side- walk? ar. Wetaskiwin is being pushed I Sir Laurier and Hon. L. P. Krodfsir will be on hand, and they i will prevent the exploitation of this Areas in British Columbia to be ed With Game Birds From" Manitoba Vancouver. Aug. _ of the provisions of the .Mani-j tooa game act in this respect Hon Dr Young has communicated with the re- sponsible minister of the sister pro- i vince 'requesting permission for the securing through the chief game war- i den of Manitoba, of a number of birds: and animals indigenous to the prairie province. It is expected that this step is preliminary -to the introduction of j a considerable number of prairie chic- j kens for the purpose of stocking those j areas of British Columbia favorable for their development in numbers and sacred gathering in the form which [strength. The Columbia i was contemplated by Bourassa, Monk, {generally as the prairie chicken J-revosi, a.nd Laversne, the group of Quebec politicians who hoped to play their same against Sir Wilfrid Laur- snares with the grey grouse the honor of being the great, game bird of .Man- j itoba and there axe many district? j Jer with the aid of a certain wing of in this province in which the churci. jit Cati be acclimatized successfully I to prove a valuable addition to the great game assets of British Col urn- sure and talce a "bottle of Cham- beriain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you when starting on your trip this summer. It cannot be obtained on board the trains or steam- ers. Changes of water and climate of- ten cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by i all druggists. bia. Wetaskiwin's rate of taxation for the ensuing year will be IS mills in the dollar. Agricultural Society haf erected a fine exhibition building j: a cost of Wood Street eliT Li Our Gasoline is filtered absolutely free from dirt or water Lubricating Oils Transmission Grease Carbide Our Repair Department is in the nands ot experts' We.vulcanize tubes and cuts casings AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION Open day and night Full stock of accessories Storage, Wash and Polish ;