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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE -DAILY jANY brands of; Baking Powder contain alum, which is an injurious acid. Th'e ingredients of aluni baking powder are never printed on the label. Magic Baking Powder contains no alum and is the only baking powder made in Canada that has all the ingredients plainly printed on the label. BAKING ENV.CILLfiTT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO'. ONT. WINNIPEG MONTHEA1. 103 BUS. WHEAT 10 ACRE Dry Farming Produces an Enormous Yield m California CimgL'tss, meets in Hie United Slates and is tliis hill lo meet jusl across the line at Lelhbrlilgc. C'mnuln, for lii'y-riii-iiiini; in a way knows no oiit is universal. apprceialion of iinparleit aions lines at tills Convention, Oclolier lil-'JIi. llclc- jt.iles (roin five per mil. fun-ipn nations, lirsliles Ironi the .Slnles, principalities and districts will .it- on Top Every Time! Supreme above iD in qual- ity rftlatd by merit alone to thmt proud emin- Alberta's Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably depMdable. Your gro- cer knows him. HfrMey, Aug. 2U. Moilem tlry- i a nn ing methods iipplieil al She uni- versity furm in Davis hy I'toi, Oeo. Shuw, have demonstrated Unit the whenl yield, oi L'nlitornia be j tcml to learn how lo better jniit'c muhfplieil live limes its present i blades of grass grow where niie put. The which 1'coi. (and in mnny cnses none, could be Shaw, successfully tauduciud, were iniulc to was produced before without fither irrigation or tlic use. J through anliquateil met-hoils of of ami during a season {having only aboul hnli ibe When such iT.sull.s can be produced rainfall. Vri the wivanl suiTPCiied in by dry-fanuing im-ihoils as have iievt; j producing .1 yit-Ill of JOJ bushels an (lone by ljrof. Shaw, nnd along oilier I acre, against a yield of only 21) bush- j crops 'jv ihousumls of oUiur orv- AT RFf I FVllF' els un hliul iuul cultivated j farmers, it wonlil stand to reason rtl ULsjLL I UL, jHjrieiiUiiral methods: I that each every farmer in the l'i-ni. Shan undertook' hit; expcii- i Slates should be irom Mis- MINERS LOST WORK AS RESULT men is in wheat Kume lime ago vvilh GET HALF THE a view to discovering a seienlhic CARS NEEDED j im-ihud oi restoring Ibe whi-ai iiiitos- CAR SHORTAGE Bellevuc-, Aug. 1'c-rry and Miss Kodgcrs left today for a visit lo friends in Calgary and tMmoiiLon. C. Al. M.1MJ., spent the daj- iu Uelluvuc uii his way to C-olu- man. R. Irniu, of l-'ishburn, lias bucn vis- iting his brother, Hcv. II. irwin, for the pas I few days. Mrs. W- T- Young, oi Frank, spent jiart oi the week visiting friends in Uellevuc. Mrs. J. Uobinson arrived --hiji try of Hie Saciameiilo valley. I'rof. Shaw has demonstrated IK lhal hy scirrDllJic methods the Sacramento valley can be made lo grow a great- er volume of cereals than was pro- duced in ihe curlier days, before ilie belief arose lhat the lanri bad iiocu inilioverisheti io "beat. In eoniiiicting his experiments Prof. Shaw introduced several new cereals, all of which thrived reniarVahly iu the valley- Applying ilit above io our whiMt crop at large, let us sre what il means Our average crop of wheat morning from England Co jo.in her of acres has lirai be- WILL COME IN SPECIAL TRAIN husband, who hns been Lang Uurlie-it for son.c time- Mr. ami Mrs. Hobinson will make their home iu Bellevuc. Rev. II. Invin ypeut Tuesday and Wednesday ill Clarcsholm at- tcmliop; the district meeting of ihe Methodibi chiuch. Iwcen ami hn'siicls, this yciir il may run tip lo lii or Iff bushels a IT rage, ihe Dakom.s alone iiicrcssing their yields by of Mow much the educational railroad cars, that have run llir J-i tl.e northwest Uemonsl.ruting io tX: iners Itcttei agricultural met ho .Is Rev. ,1. A. Ilnuslis, Held sccreUry dry-faru.ins lines-, (thai Hourl .mil he cnxlous to In- .shown, ami if he has In mortgairc his house il would pay birr, lo do so ami r.'lisc Ibe money lo enable him to allend the Dry-Farming '.'on .inu learn how lo farm heller tiiiin he j ever fanned before- Dry-Farming is just as applicable to Maine or Mussa- (.'Inisi'llK as it is lo New Mexico, T or I'alifornia, because it is nothing more or lens than on admix- ture of brains and soil, with iiiuus- try as a necessary adiinu-l. What in- trusive farming (inn ilo 1'rof Sluuv has clearly demonstrated. JJvery far- mer in the UnileJ States should L-e a, dry-farmer anil 11ms increase anil im- prove thp output nil along (lie agri- cultural line. "Prof. -Shaw has set loose, not a. straw in the agricultural a caravan of straw, and it would well pay farmers of the United Slates to watch these straws, and those, who can ilo .so. make a pilgrimage to the Dry-Farming Congress mention and listen to Prof. Shaw, anil others, tell all about practical dry-Farming. PERREffiTIDH "Couldn'tWait, Grandpa Cowan's Cocou shares with milk llic first place us-, i drink (or children. A pi Cocoa, it contains (nerve, and muscle building malt trial. muile with milk il is u perfectly balanced food, us wi-1) as a, il fink ihe children love; YOUR GROCER HAS I'l The COWAN CO WOMAN EDITOR WITH A SPRIGHTLY PEN Gills that Last To'gel forks, knives, ypponi vnd fancy pieces of quailtj and beauty, ksk; for (Special to the'-Herald j Oklahoma. City, .Oklahoma, delegation :ind exhibit ioi rhe International _Drjr-Faruling Con gress at Lethbridge. Alia., will leav this city on September'23, over Ui Kafcy road on a special; train which will be one of the most palatial equip raents ever sent out of the southwest The traiu lias been routed via Kansas c.ity over the Katy. to .Denver over the Snnia over the Burlington, lo Seattle. Wash., over the Great Northern and connections, and thence to Lethbridge over the Soo nnd Returiung ihe fout-3 Willie .east, to thence Eouth through St.'Paul uud down Lbe Mississippi vallex through. St. Louis, making numerous stops. Secretary JIarle 'Wood son, of the committee in charge oC the arrange- IB preparing the best selected exhibit error seut out oi t'he state and Is arranging .to have two carloads of dry-finned products. sent alonjj with the delegates and .shown nt all Im- portant ,stops. The exhibits will be fathered, in every county of ibe state, EEk'd, will (comprise graJus, grasses, foots and fruit. year Oklahoma, captured the Brst prize for wheat at.the ing at Colorado Springs, and came near the top on katir -Ami mllo maize.. Inatancea of bumper ijrwluc- tion m the more arid counties are jnore Irequcnt thlg year and the com- mittee IIAI hnpw of capturing rirat prise oh products at the big eipoaUiou nt uext frer. the Lord's Day Alliance for AN berla antl British Columbia, was a visitor in Helleviie today. Mr. Heiis- tis will give ah address in the Ulair- inore Baptist' church tonight. Tlie miners have been taking sever- al forced holidays 'luring tlie past two weeks, owing to the -'oal com- pany -being unable to secure enough curs. There are :it present atout six hundred and forty men einployctl in ibe W. C. C. n.-inq here, hut no doubt c'Fup .li011Ci (0 this number will be greatly reduced ot'hcr prmhiels. within the next few days, as il- is If W-D- intensively-apply Jmpossiblc to more than abour metlioris to our entire one-half the cars required lo handle the present output, of the mines. Cliappcll is lairing bis pony "Queen of the to Ilosmcr for the Labor Day races. As "CJucen oi the Woods" has cleaned up every- thing, in sight this .season .so far, there is no doubt but that she will make a good showing at llusmcr on Alomhiy. Although there will be no sports here on Monday there will during the evening for hose in Hellevue that ilny. j 'redtlic Dcalle and Louis Hriitano will meet in a twentv-roiniil bout and j rom this distance it looks as if moisture, re I en Men in groun.l bacteriazation ihu -soil through" deep plowing, aeration, iallowiir.: yjd have had lo do .n- crease in average bushels yield i'vr acre, -no man t'nn toll. The wontlernd rt'sults secnrcil y Frof G AV. Shaw would indical.3 that dry-farming methods have, bud much to tlo wilh adding; SIOO.OUO.NOO to 10 the valiie- o: one j cuii.ural nrc-n on all other besides wheat tlie prolilnu ri cost of living be solved out. o: lanilj if tiie'.midillenian did not get all of the increase. i One of.wheat rrr .acre, uvBuage, if that could he 'fione, (and why others can nol ilo Ibis as well as Prof. Shaw T can-not would mean a crop in the Unitc-i -States of Jiusbels. Tf we again allow five, bushels of whV.it io a barrel'-of (lour this would mean I barrels "of flour, and wiih a population of anil VERY ALARMING London, ICnghind arc now in a state'of I sain J. A 31 Aikins, C'anadian ir-niii- her, oi parliament from Hramlrw, j Miiii., who lias just returned here j from a rominiMilal tcjp in uu inl view. "The blood has not yet been s'.ruck, lint when il is, all may be nvcL in tbrei: or .three risy he c.onthiued. "Wlwn Canada nuricr- staiirls this'situation 1 believe the dominions1 hearty help will be forth- coming." I CARPENTER ACCEPTS JOB Edmonton. Alia. Aug. com- missioners today received a wire of acceptance from Silas H. Carpenter, of-the Montreal police force who hns been offered Mio'posirion of chief here. He will arrive about. September 25th. dance in tbc evening, too, which promises to lie a success in every j for any irrigatinK system to way. The. Hillcrcst orchestra will be present and will assist 'the band willi the .music. The proceeds go towards furnishing uniforms'and more instru- ments for the band. For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. lowing a barrel of flour'consumption 11 ioi1 each we would have will be there to sec tlic barrels of Hour [or n- port: The Hellcviir. Brass Baud arc giving ,iavc acres of semi- arid lands above the ditch, Loo hig.h j between the liocky Mountains and the coast, m" fanis'land already acres arc under the dry-farming i.- s- Secretary Wilson says those, huicls Lbat have long been considered too worthless to bury .i.dr.ni Indian, un- der Lhc dry-farming system, j annlher fanning icriu for hrainy, iu tensive, industrious rain-in-ihe soil retention am! land bacicriaznlion deep plowing, fallowing Lire lo'.give us our future bread w'beat, Tlie- great flour millers agree lhat no wheats equal in .food value tin- dry-fanning wheats. tbo of those acres an1! if iliy-farmed as I'rof Siiaiv bus "doin; and 1011 huahcls of wheat .to tla1 iicre, produced, no Mian can tell, but it.doesn't look UK if 0111 alanrists were good prophets who predict thai we are l.o lieeoiue a wheat importing nation. The, -lO.OOOjOOO acres now dcvoieJ to growing may in a girat measure be for other oro- riucts, corn, alfalfa, oats, barley, dairying, stock-raising, etc., and llic wheat area shifts to the great plains Irrigation may he good for many tilings, but for wheat, producing a starchy grain is in no manner to be camparcd wi tlie rich glutinous dry-larmed Turkey Tied and Durum wheats, thfl former a winter and the Jailer a spring wheat, Dry-Farming bas evidently come to stay as ,111 agricultural method of sane progressiveness. II applies to a soil products, everything, simply for the reason lhal it is sane, modern, economic, Intensive nKrirnUurr. Aminally of ilry-farni- rrs, the InlrrEiaUonal Dry-Karniing gs-isthe flaked hearts. of- -the finest corn' that, Such corn, .of: course, costs us-more to use. however costs youVtio more than ordinary cer- eals do. But think how much it enjoyment f the flavor Introductory Editorial in New Paper Started in Provincial Capital Edmonton, Allu., Auff. Mirror, called "a-journal of protest nnd nuule its bow- in Ed- monton, Friday, August 23, with. -Mrs. Gertrude Buhner Watt as editov. The publicntion is eiglu pages cf four col- umns wide, and Is printed on book pi'.per. Watt, who Id the wife of a newspaper among oth- er tilings in her declaration of princi- ples: "This puner purposes its mind without regard to rlio say so of any party or any "No niRu iiiiil.no will influ- ence us. Wo are not rte-tenrtenl i liny human's smile or for our existence. have no voie, ilou'l. oven want one. "I believe in the cbivabvy of most men. bn't I am prepared to taU-e' my stiimHn ibe journalistic "wo 'on iny own.' "f H.xiintt io sivc kaotks' and take til em. I don't intend to Jidop( L the mil- itant "ineMcs of my balC- sisters, but i do intend to jet in the light on people and tilings as I see ihem. "I trust this will not cniivey wrong impression: giicb as ill at am aj-.med with a hatchci, aud Living Cor somebody's scalp. "I .have no timbirloii as a lieaitl luint- cr. I hope ratbcr to be -found ivell up in the Booster's line. "We would rather figlit for ;u big- liltle cause, than tag at the haels of any man o-r body of men. ''To go with the crowd means1 [un, and possibly comfort for n. lima but to follow one's best convictions Is- Ihe only "consideration in life worth M'hlle in the eiKl. "We inLend so far as iu ua liei; io forget that men arc called So-a ad- So's men. "We will like -beiter to renienijiusr lint a uiiin of courago and is always hla'owii man, and that n pcr can be its own man and still fftnd Co] lowing. "It is ope of the big puzzles, but one lhat we shall yet ourselves lo probe. "We wiint to know 'we havia such an nfllicticm of Nobodies ia om" legislative balls, when the country if; brimming ovtr with bright men; whs men who boans about IKirtmental work get all ihe big no- j slLlons. ive know, and we don'i know, howfcvur an uniiujjcaseil curiosity cries oiiffor 'more.' and 'more' must be lolrl or -discover. hope that Jidverliscrs will find this 'paper a good medium, because we are out lo give them the best ser- vice possible, ami because, as women represent the bulk of ihu buyers of n. town. Its being a edited by ii woman, especially for 'women, they will know that their advertisements arc rend by the particular dnws they bope to reach. "1 am .lutcrested In every man's polni of vlaw, and every woman's, .in- to the bargain.. I, .too, bnvc found that Lhc most unlikely men carry the brightest ideas 'under' their waist- and If this journal accomplish- es nothing else. It will be my constant aim to discover Ihe 'human' side of events, and one's viewpoint of j Ufa In general, and things as be has j found .them In particular. "The pages of this Journal arR open for discussion al nil Minns, but, we ive no hind to defend libel suits. "Wo Hldrl friends with the worhl: Wo waul lo keep friends. "Now, na lo free advertise- ments. Please, there are not going nny. This nupur hopes straight business princi- ples. "I want to pay my hills, and f waul you to pay f can't pay mine I have to give away my limited space. If you have uu article iu your 'stores that f wniii, ihiu I coualdei' worth while to me, you may be sure, that I will 'willingly pay for il. 11' my paper isn't "Worth whilu to yon, go io one thtii you think is. "All. churcho.i look alike to me. "1 believe they arc'-all doing good work. Happily, dod -wandors in ihe streets, nnd is no.resuectqivor creejs. "I oclteve'He Avouftl -aooiier see n man pay his bills tliiu if Ho ivere fairs of .the publishers their-'-familiea- would be given'u chance living. "My first duty is to the people who are supporting me; there .ia any giving away, tboy1 'are-'th-3 one's who-arc going to .y "So wo start iVou-.lio.ve bce'n told my position In 'a. nutaiiell, and there should be no misunderstanding. I am willing to 'boosi' for the towji, Cor the general welfare.of EdmoiiLon. advance let me. thank those who have shown the >Mrror In this its initial number. "It is. this loyally and good fellow- ship that have given me strength and confidence when it seemed thnt there 'was no field far a paper of this char- acter as yet in still have con- fidence that it must'.: be somelhing wrong in-ilie old paper, and not in Hie town, that kept it from achieving the success lhat those who' Us wel- fare -sit heart, hoped it would attain. "I think f know iliat something. Von have my word on It, It will be n .Waterloo of another .'character that will mil the- Mirror out of commis- sion." The waters of the Gulf of St. Law- rence are so phosphorescent, juat now thai the sea looks to be on firo and makes it hard .to distinguish lights. This brand is known al "Siltfwflatelhat Wears" I TolmythiaSvareiaiogetilicui-' I most service 'nnd satisfaction 'and 1 he-heaviest silver Known for over 6U years. Sold by Leading WHEAT CEXTBE j Centre, Aug. stork inJ-nIe a friendly visit lo the borne of -.'.-and' Peter Dalsmoii Friday, aii d nhej'bnby girl. Both mothei' ail d child'_are-'dotag tine. Will1 rteoniclts Is busy t-ret-.tliiB1 liicol pot granaries on his, and Jiis aer's Wi Ilia in is an UII-LO- dnt e The broiliers m.Hdc a business trip" tlo Brooks Wndnesdny. il r. William PaterJon Ims accepted p Dsition as manager of the new mint at flow City. Mi .Erickson} of Sweet Valley pecti i to 'start 'his tbreeber Fridoyl Mo i s :going Lo tliresti In the Wbeac Cemtvfe neigbborhoodl' Hla incJic Hooth is spending; the week- ciid -with Sirs.' T. Chajinian who Is recov Bring-from an attack of typhoid f over., i .Dairying.a Balance Wheel Dai; ryiiiff is wheel Jn ing. What the grain grower takes from Ihe'aoll, tho dairy cow in-tima res tor. ts. Aa grain yields have beeu moved.; weai'.vord, the milk wagon and the cl iurn have followed, reclaiming the w- oni-out lields, rua-down farms, ami tl 'irough the' 'diversified farming that has reeulted a new agricultural era hai i succeeded. Cowa and hoga are nsepai -ably connected with good farm- Spirit, Portland, Ore. The Bell Telephouo Co. la enlarg- ug its "London building. FRYS COCOA Makes a man ifeel good Ask Ixiililcr K ;