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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ttllAY IHRONE BNVER pASHA WEDS SULTAN'S NIECE; BEAUtY? NOI BUT WlKiS HIM POWER CoMStanliinoplo-iUy- mail from Salonika).-rEhv,er'Pasha,- tninl�t/Or . oi wrtr aUf'Sa and Wjo (lominant factor in. Turkey tio^ay, Hactifloed for am-Wtion the thmg (lcareali capable of absorbing free nitrogen acres, and in 1814 the total acreage from the .atmosphere, and. storing it ^Vi^as 6ver. dpuble that' of a decade agp,>nainely'93.5,422 acres. That alfalfa:as constantly growing in. appreoiatioiif in Kansas is shown I made Enver Pasha the complete power behind ivhe Turkish throne. And now, with the Tdrklsh army ati his back and sul)plfea Vtth 'iAti'dS by Germany, Enver announces, his intention , , of winning back'to -Turkey, Egypt I At the age took ,-,--,____ _ vi ' of his royar bride far the first time i,,,iprH nrr> iV, biR roHms after the oereinony was performed.^'^'^ bis robms. up in the soil, ; Th� following is the letter from Kansas: ... 'Your letter of the .A2th to the sec-'by its steadilj; increasing acreage, retary of the board of trade at Wi- Tlic better, it "is knttwn the more it Chita has been referred to this offics is s6;Wn> Assessors' returns record for reply. 1 am enclosing a little bul- another big gain this year, amount-Jetin which we recently issued on al- in^g to more than sixteen per cent., falfa, which will give you consider- making the Kansas field of alfalfa on-able information. Alfalfa has been ly a -trine sbcart of 1,200,000 acres, grown more or less in Kansas for a Tliis exceeds the acreage of her near-good many years, but it did not seem est competitor by 22.8 percent., ac-to be Of enough importance prior to cording to the latest available flg-the year 1891 to be included in the ures of other states. Btfually divided statistics of this board. In that year our canvas showed 34,384 acres of al-arious conipiia-alfalta was first "�WJ'"'f^4 n*rinj +iw wnrrl' Wmsolf ..aw^i�iiM�rhatlott of^N-apoleon recognized on the Kansas City mar-n^�ri? Iw^iLini^ th^ t^^^^^ l?rederjk* the Great arid gr^^^ ^hen a quotation of $7 h?^^ilS�'tWr^ftt^ M fS^'^-^L^^^'^ ��-80,P�r ton or ^out the-same Trtose who also "had a look" say that Enver,'in-addition to giving up ell hopes of having four wives, also I An Australian eloctrielan has in- ronmmced the hope of having a boau-^ vented a deyipe to .vvarnvminers ^of tlful oris right-there and then. iroof movements', incmines In-time for The imperial alliance, however, has'them to escape .dauger.,^ ..-. . as prairie hay was given. In Deccm- among the-farms of Kansas the average is 6.7-.acres of alfalfa for each. Perennial in its habits of growth, there are fields producing in Kansas today from seedings of 20 years ot fnore ago; Yielding annually whether the season be wet or dry, its several cuttings of hay unsurpassed in ton- ber 1900 choice alfalfa reached the nage and quality, it is esteemed in-*10.00 mark, and since has sold a^yove deed as a benefaction. It has been po-that figure all the way to $26,000 per , tent in increasing the state's per ton. I notice in the Kansas City: capita wealth, which is far above the markets yesterday choice prairie was' average for the nation. Counting the quoted at.$12.50 to $13 per ton and acre-yield in a year as 3 tons, at, choice .alfalfa at $15 to $15,50 per, say $8.00 per ton, or $24.00 an acre. tc�. There is comparatively little al- tlie annual income from alfalfa alone would-amount to $28,000,000. Yet falfa ground into meal in tlie state,: caly a fraction of its value is thus although at one time we rather thought that would be a promising industry. I am really unable to tell you the number of alfalfa mills in the state." There used to be quite a creditable little list, but the only one I positively know of at t^is time that is doing business is tie Otto Famous California Seedless Navel Oranges Fully Ripe and Delicious Now you can have these famous seedless navel oranges at any first-class grocer's or fruit dealer's store, � An abundant supply fresh from the trees has just arrived from California. Telephone your dealer now-order today. Free-peeling, seedless, firm and tender -healthful food for every day. Use Sunkist Lemons "Order Sunkist Lemons, too. Use their juice-for salads and in otlier 4|shes that usually call for vinegar. Lemon. ;jui'6e is more healthful- more of .it.'8^ be used at this seasori'Of the.vFear. Note the added delicacy of flavor. Sunkist Lemons taste best and look beat on the table. Serve sliced or quartered with fish.'meats or tea. y' When buying either fruit zwm//'j^ on Sunkist and save doik orange / and lemon wrappers for beau-,** f^anu.................. tiful silver premiums.  y Cdlforrfi^i ^ ,* Fiutt Growar* s-/ Exchange 105IC!�fSt,.E�l,C�r. ' Ck�rck,TOIIONT0,0NT. MnllTH thin000ronanflYjiv win Henfl von our ooinnl mont.ir)-redito boob/phnwtng ..^w fcori-s ot w�>-� to MB Bnnkliit ;./jS-ij Or,init(>f nml Xemonn. Too will rIm rouolve our liluntratfid preminm wtr, ulitnh l�n� you how -- - ��--.klit. wriipp�r� . for boaoti vur. Jost Mnd thla ooopon. suggested for its worth as a soil builder, restoting and enriching rather "than' depleting the fertility of | assured that the ornament will be the land on which it grows, must be, held .rliigh in your - regard as repre- reckoned in any appraisement. Only three crops of Kansas wheat, corn and oats surpass alfalfa in .acreage, and the margi-ni of oats is scant. . MASSAGE 8UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOI.NG-MiM K.M. Holme* gRiduate of the .Pennsylvania Ortho-psedlo. Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish). Blectri- . eal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light^ Treatments, Electrolysis and Shem- � ppoing, TreatmentB given by ap pointment only. Room 1. Hull Blk. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van u Haarlem's P�Vdte Hospital .and Maternity Home.- Special rates glv. , en on appUc^tiop. ^13?4-7th; Avenue * South, phfoe'm. �� -� X NURSING MISS L(F.MoKEE-Graduate ot Samaritan Hospital and Rotunda Hospital, Itelaijd. Medical, surgical and obsterlcal nursing. 701 5th Avenue South. Phone 793. IS-0 STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-Mist H. Brown, 4115 5th St. S. Hours 10 to . 12; 1 to 5 or by appointment. Tele-phono ISGC. Residence 720. 299-0 ELECTRICIAN W. L. MCKENZIE & Co. Kleotrlcal Dealers and Contractor. Phone 687. 706 Third Avenue South. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN A POTATOES-Whole sale  and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, ..alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hayjiipland hay, oat hay and straw. � Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for hoinehold goods, etc., cellar space for rent. H.vde and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. 0. Box 1227. Phone 1244. FLORIST FRACHE BROS, FLORISTS-Wholesale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets';-Cut Plowera, Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables. Phone 1003, Lethbrldge; 281-0 SPIBELLA, PARLORS CORSETIERE-Mrs. H. H. Plpess 414 . 5th. Ave.. S.. successor to. Mrs.-Lun-, dy. Write-tor appointment. 15-0 ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK ' SUPPLIED. LES-SONS GIVEN-Apply Miss Pilmer, - Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. 240-0 CLEANElRS ANIXDYERS THE VALET-324 6th St. S.. opposite tlieHeraldi are. spoclalisbs in chem ical cleaning and dyeing. Prompt aervtoe on out of'town business. . call, write or phone for price list. , . Phone 1812. ' . 21-0 ACCOUNTANT W. D. WINGr-Assoelate of the Instl-stltute of.Gharterid Acoountnnts of � England nnd-WBles, and of tho In. tuto : of Chartered AccountantsV^io Albr-rtn �fr..l!fl Rlrt? I.otblTTMn;? IV. A. HENDERSON ,4 COY. ' 'Chartered Aeeeuntanti Winnipeg . Lethbrldde : : : Medicine Hai IVIBPICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon,;. Accoucher. Hours 2--3; 7-8 p.m. ^ Office 914 Third Avenue. . Phone 1253. ; DR. McNALLV-109 Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 11-12 r 1-3; -7-8.30. Office Phone 319; Resldeilce 1090. DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Bye, Nose and Throat; Dominion: Building. Office hours 10-l-2p 2-5.;. evenings by ap-pointmtentr. Phones: Ofllce 341, Residence 593. , DENTAL OR. M, J. GIBSON-DehUst, graduate of Royal College of Dental Burgeons, Toronto, and' holder' of a Dominion Dental" Gertiflcat^; ' OlBcer Rooms 5 and 6, vBryan Block. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. ALiLEN-^bentist (successor to Drs. CoUirtlce & Gilchrist)-Graduate University of LManrland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta.  170-0 DRS. MARR8 AND MARRS-^Dentlsts Successors to .Drs.: Stewart and Mc-Clure. . Ho'uni::9Mo-c5.; /OfBce, Hlg-inbotham Block.' Phone 374. DR. E. G. 8IMM0ND�-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons, (Bng.)- Licentiate Royal College of Phyaiclane: (liondon.) ; L.D'.S. 1900^ Hours: 9-12; 1-5; Office: 6-8 Hlgln-botham Block. FIRST lETiNG OF F. W. KARREN OFFERS TO WAIVE HIS SALARY AS COUNCIL-* LOR Magrath,. Jan. ,7.-The town coun-dil met -last night irt the town hall. All the new members-of the council were present and were duly sworn in as members. RING to AND ADDRESS PRESENTED A. M. RITCHIE SEVEN YEARS AN OFFICER VIA\^ LETHBRIDQE VIAVI CO M P A NY- (The Herbal- System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) � Number 15 ^Hull Block; ^ Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally, 10 to 4 Saturday or.by appointment. �Miss B. S.'COok. , 262-0 UrNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTEttLV-->t..- -which wo kiiowiare BVujrcd, lin ) [)U5>d,m ypup^lifo, ye't.y�' Pour LUX on the troubled waters of the wash .JI^^IONS of these littleLUX wafers are w I fva^-day all over Canada: In color they are like creM^t^ � � soft,; erei^m^ lathers L^^^^ ^ .f^fT^ foi" woollens-it never shrinks or.h&'dehs them; In fsc^^a^ kiTg|;of garments, woollens, silks, laces/liiiehs, etc., dainty 6tmer^'0 , wi0,iare really preserved by LUX. It leaves' them luxuriously clean. C$B 09 3 ;