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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta .ITHBRiDQt, ALilUTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, II MOVING LplCWRES. ADVANCED' -VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE Fentiodlc The World's Mystery Miss Lug to The Famous Singer and Pino Tree Girl 1. Late For Lunch 2. Perjuries ;J. Three Chatterboxes 4. Minei and'Forge at Degarville 5. Making Love to the Coalman's Wife the Orioles Are Nesting Once Again" Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance From 7.30 to 10.45 St. Augustus Hall TONIGHT LAST NIGHT GRAND AMATEURPRODUCTION The Darling! The Geishas j Book by C. F. P. Cony- beare. Esq. Music by Rev. J. S. Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes 4 4 4 4 OAST Naogai, The Brick Presi- dent......Mr.E. A. Allen Aioythe Nurse. Mr. D. May Lieut. Ratline, R.N.-.. Mr. G-. E. Fleming Crojack, the Boatswain Mr. H. R Cooper The Teddy Bear Mr. G. W. Robinson Murasaki.Mrs. G.Rogers O'Hara San. Miss Bawden Uneyuri. .Mrs. S. Jackson Ki Ku Miss Elaine Conybeare Asagao Mrs, C. F. P. Conybeare Mybgia San, Mrs Southard Supported by strong cho- rus of 20 members Curtain Rises Sharp at 8.30 Popular PriCBB-Bc, JSc Booking atHiginhotbain's Drug Store Oliver TONIGHT The Empire Vaudeville Co. YBUK, the Haudcuff Queen BILLIONAIRE TRIO Comedy Sketch Artists SIGNOR JOSEPH ST. CLAIRE. European Harpist The DE COMAS. Sensational Novelty Acrobats WEAVER WILLIAMS Refined Entertainers DAVE GASTON. Australian Comedian Making in all the greatest Vaudeville Bill ever seen in the West Prices, J5c and SOc Tickets on sale at J. D. Higinbpthanfs FINE ADVERT1SMENT FOR THIS PROVINCE KANSAS REQUEST FOR ALBERTA RED SEED TO IMPROVE WHEAT IN THAT STATE. Color, Flavor, Fragrance urn the strong of WANT TO MANAGE THE LETHBRIDGE BALL TEAM to a telegraphic despatch from this city tho Winnipeg Free Press !hi? brief telegraphic despatch to UK: Five Press yesterday stated that Kansas farmers were endeavoring to purchase Alberta ml wheat for seed, reveals a somewhat remarkable situa- tion, and one which proves Western Canada to be pre-eminently one of the greatest, if not the greatest wheat producing countries of the world. The story is an interesting one. Away back in 1889, when Manitoba was but- .sparsely settled, and when but little was known of the wheat- growing possibilities of the Provinces! of Saskatchewan and Alberta, winter j wheat growing, was practically, un-! heard of in the West. But in the j following years some of the early i Mormon from the State of i Utah, brought with them a quantity Trans-Missouri of winter wheat, while some set- It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Wbra ym ujrtfcfff It MM mt pUct It to thin fdMM. M JTM wait 25c iMCrttou for VACANT waitrew the Coal- dale Restaurant. Coaldale Block. 30-6. WORK WANTED. work, by respectable woman; washing or cleaning. Apply liox L, Herald Office. 33-6 LAND FOR SALE FOB on Coutti St.. cloie to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onfy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Mer.-? from the East also seeded small areas with Dawson's Golden Chaff und similar varieties from Ontario. Dry Farming Con- Prof. J. C. Hogenson. agrono- mist of the Agricultural College of; Utah, said: "On the experimental farms located in different parts of the Tho experiment proved to be a step j state we have found that there is one in the right direction, and a consid-i fall variety of wheat which stands out orable quantity of wheat of this class! about all others in quality and yield; was grown, but the grade was-some-1 in fact, it has produced-a higher yield what too soft to be sufficiently satis- factory for milling purposes, except oi .wheat on all of our experimental farms' than has any other variety, when mixed with harder varieties. and by chemical analysis it has been determined, too, that it stands out Ten years later, with a view to furnishing the settlers with a -fresh supply of seed and stimulating the ahead in protein quantity, or very near, the head in protein contents. i v j. AIT, This variety is the Turkev wheat, cultivation of winter wheat in Alber- _ J great many sections of ta, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company imported a couple of cars of Turkey red winter wheat from the State of Kansas, and this wheat was carefully distributed in small quanti- ties throughout the southern port-ions The Turkey wheat, in of the wheat-producing the United States and Canada, is con- sidered the standard milling wheat." At the same convention a speaker from Limon, in Colorado, said, in of the sunny province, notably -in part: "We should select one variety the Pincher Creek and Cardston dis- of. fall wheat lor a whole neighbor- tricts. The new seed was planted, hood, or perhaps for a whole state. the CHESTY COX AFTER THE POSITION JACK MORRISON WOULD HERE. LIKE TO COME BACK and surprisingly good crops were ob- j The Turkey red is becoming iaine-1, and owing to the peculiarly j standard winter favorable climatic factors of Prof. Jardine, assistant cerealist, the dry ness of the air, the many j office of grain investigations, TJ. S._ hours "oi sunshine, and the nature Department of Agriculture, has also and amount of mineral substances in solution in the soil moisture, Turkey red winter wheat in Alberta has steadily increased in -quantity from year to year, until at the present time it is regarded as one cf the standard grades, and as a hard'wheat is in professional baseball! great demand by Eastern and Euro- loaguc in Western Canada for the sea- pcan millers. son of 1909 has caused some stir in the realm ot' the leather spheroid. In- telligence in that respect has reached our old and honored manager of the Lethbridge professional team of 1907, Jack Morrison, bakery and cai'e The Reverse in Kansas. But, strangely enough, while Alber- ta been increasing yearly the area sown to winter wheat and im- proving its quality, the State of Kan- Jack is running a j h.ls experiencing a reverse in Lesueur Centre, proCwSSj anci> consequent upon the Minn., at the present time and is j cont.inuous crop sequence, combined said to be doing well. But there is w-th cjjmatic and other conditions, THE COW IS SACRED. Brahmins Don't Want to-See Desecrated. Place every reason to believe that Jack would be glad to get back here, whe- ther it is to go into business or work in the interest of a ball team, it i matters not to him. He has a num- ber of good friends in Lethbridge and is anxious to be in a live community where progression is the by-word. Victoria, B.C, Jan. Brahmins, firm in their belief that the cow is a sacred animal, have formed a syndicate of local Hindoos and approached the Victoria Cream- ery Company with an. offer to buy thftir abandoned premises on ths Gary Road for use as a temple- The building has been abandoned sinew the company .moved their plant into ihe city, following their dispute with the Saanich council over the dis- the quality and yield of Turkey Eed winter wheat in that state have been steadily decreasing. Matters have now reached the stage that the State of Kansas is confronted with the pos- sibility of being compelled to go be- yond the boundaries of the United States for new winter wheat seed, and "Chesty" Cox who made a reputa- after a number of experiments with tion for himself with, the Winnipeg Maroons of 1907 called upon Jack a view to ascertaining the germinatr ing qualities of different berries, it Morrison at his home lately and ex- has been decided that the wheat now to manage the Leth-i grown in Alberta from the enter the! Kansas seed would be the best pro- atea said, in regard to the winter wheats: "They are also becoming prominent as far north as the wheat areas of Al- berta. In some of these sections their quality is often better than it is in thus corroborating the opinion of the firm before referred to in this report upon the samples sent them" by Mr. Griffin. From the foregoing opinions of Am- erica's foremost authorities, it will be STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites. Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE T r I R. A. Davis Stirling General Teaming ii If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me PHONE 201 Your wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal mast be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR FOE African veteran scrip, cheap. K. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 Of COAL MINING Ktt uumrmi 5 LOTS in Block A, WaUwork Ad.; on water main; only very- easy terms given. W. E. Bobbin. 30-0 2 LOTS, with two good new shacks, in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; on water main; each; easy terms. W. E. Dobbin. 30-0 1 CORNER LOT, with good shack "or store building, in Block A, Wall- work Ad.; on water main; easy terms. W. E. Dobbin. 30-0 FOE section of good land, 3% miles south, of Burdett; an acre. The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 32-O TO RENT. TO small stable, close in, a month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. 23-0 Ol tlM ID ifenitor Albert Yukoo Territory, Un Nortb-Ww Terrikriw ud Brttfch fcr M MoMl ol II Not mon UMD 14H Am wil) be to OM tpplieaot. Application for V to made to the Afent or ol the diiVrict in which ihe hfhU ftp- plied foi ire Is spnreyed territory the most be described by oi uubdiviwoDi of Motions, and m uniarveyed territory the tract appli- ed tor ihall be itaked -u' Each application panied by a fat of W, which will refunded if the rifhts applied for art not Available bat not otherwiee. royalty be on the mer- chantable output of the he Interior, 0V tawa, or any Agent or SubrAgent of Dominion Lands. W. W: CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interioi publication oi thie adTertiseuient will not be tor. TO on Ford St., west of suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H; Macbeth Agency. 20-0 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed: Kennedy, Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop. 38-0 WINNIPEG POWER PROBLEM. Winnipeg, Jan. hearing the Winnipeg Electric Eailway Com- pany's final offers as presented by seen that the exportation of "Alberta D. D. Mann yesterday afternoon, the red" will not necessarily be restrict Civic Power Committee passed a re- ed to th.j State of Kansas, since ow solution, moved by Mayor Evans, ing to the- continuous cropping of cer- tain sect-ions of the states, and the consequent depletion of the soil pro- ducts and decline ia the quality of the wheat, there is good reason to be- lieve-that other localities -will sooner or later be in. need of fresh seed wheat. Great Demand for Milling. Turkey red wheat and varieties of the same group are all bearded, have white chaff and medium hard red berries. They are very heavy yield- ers, but do not. attain to any great pressed a desire bridge club, should they Kansas. Want Canadian Seed. Western Canada league. "Chesty" j ducer if again planted in the State has written the following- lines to C. j .J. Eckstorm in that regard: j Lesueur Center, Minn., Jan 15. j Mr. C. .Eckstonn. Lethbridge: j have been here visiting my old manager, Jack Morrison, the past height. They are in great demand as a milling wheat. These hardy winter wheats origin- ssia, being most prominent iii the Province of Crimea. They have long been know a in that sec- tion as leading varieties, and have t always been subjected to extremely which means that the contracts al- ready let" by the Council for over worth of wort on. the muni- cipal power scheme, will be signed by the mayor and the proper offi- cials.' At the same time the resolu- tion expresses the willingness of the committee, at any time, to confer with- the company's directors as to the basis on which an. arbitration board may determine the price the city would have to pay for the com- pany's whole business and undertak- ings. New accommodations at the Ly- um. No crowding. Comfort for all. One of the largest grain .cpmmis-1 ,evero weather conditions. They have told me you were to be back on tho base ball map next I wish 40 apply for the no-, sion firms on the other side' has con- sequently approached the land com- missioner of the Canadian Pacific Ewihvay, F. T. Griffin, with a view to obtaining samples of wheat and oihor information relative to its im- with disrespect, and purpose making son anfl holv Financed by a Delhi sition. ,J I was captain 01 the pennant h.ink they are prepared to paj .OAA contain for it and the surrounding at Calumet, 1906, also captain of the Winnipeg Champs, 1907, was among the leading hitters in the league both seasons. If you wish to get a club, now is of recording secretary Uu- time to for them and not in of Local Union No. 2373, United Mi-.- thr spring. As I know most o: the Workers of America, writes to the players in ihe west and have half a Bulletin that at a meeting held on dozen pood ones in -sight that I can 13th it was resolved that without buying them, which is a ENDORSE LABOR LEGISLATION. Edmonton; -Jan.. 20.-JOS. N. Meir, posal of their -waste products. The local East Indians have professed in- fow and dipnation that a building formerly............----------- de-voted to the disposal of Iho pro- season. He told me too you would thfi gtates_ Mr duct of the cow should be treated want a_ manager lor corning sea-1 Griffin interested himself in the matter., and an average sample of the winter wheat grown in Alberta has been fox-warded from the land depart- ment for inspection. As a result the j firm in question has reported to the j effect that in their opinion no better j wheat could be obtained for the re-j seeding of Kansas. An obstacle in the way of its portatioi. however, lies in .the fact was action cf the Alberta Government of legislating and putting into force Workman's Compensation Act. b'1 unanimously endorsed. The miners regard this Act as good legislation, as it was enacted for the welfare start to sc.t a good club. to hear from you. Yours very -truly, Euecntj Cox. MAIL CONTRACT. Scaled Tenders addressed to the Postmaster-General, will be received at- Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 12lh February, for the conveyance of his Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four years, 26 and 12 times per week, each way, between Lethbridge and Railway Station, from the 1st April next. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed contract may be seen and blank forms of tender may be obtained at the post office of Lethbridge and at the office of the Post Office Inspector. D. A. BRUCE, x 4. Post Office Inspector, for the belief that immense quanti- been grown in the United States for n third of a century, and were prob- ably first grown by the Mennonite colonists who came from Russia, bringing their seed with them, and since that time they have continual- ly advanced in popularity, and the area of winter wheat production has been greatly extended. The Canadian Pacific Railway Com- pany has always taken a great in- terest in. the production of winter wheat, and the now made evident in the States provides reasonable grounds Lothbridge promoters by -Tack that tlic duties at present im- pps u by Congress are almost pro- bin recognizing the import-: ance tu the state of securing entirely- new soed, a strenuous effort will be made by the interested parties to in- uce Congress .to reduce the duties and protection of the working class-j Morrjson Wh0 says he is not only a vs. The Workman's Compensation j a man of cxccu- Act has the hearty approval of every abiljty anfl ,o fill the posi- member-of the Minors' Union mentioned. GREAT Of Dry Goods for Ten Days Only j; Everything to be sold Ladies'Skirts, Coats, Shirt broidery, Lace, Ribbons. Children's Dresses, Hose. J at half price. liners, Chiffon. Dress Goods. For the Men-Stetson Hals PLACE OF SALE- NeVBlocK Opposite Lyceum j Street cor, Dufferm Kound Street ties of Canadian wheats could be pro- fitably exported to the other side, providing the import duties could bej satisfactorily regulated. Crop Statistics. j There has already been inspected! of fall wheat, from Alberta bushels.., and of this were Al- berta No. 1 red winter ..wheat. Ac-! cording to Provincial Government re- turns the total fall wheat crop of On- tario for 190S .was bushels, this would leave only bushels still unaccounted for. The Provin- cial Government estimate, however, was made at the end of September, and is now generally conceded as bc-j lation, as another market will be fur-1 ing too conservative. As nearly asj Calgary, Jan. 1st, 1909. Cox has licen highly recommended to penr.it of the importa- tion of enough seed for the purpose referred to, and there is good reason to believe that this will be' accom- plished. Cause for Congratulation. Fa this ovent. the farmers of Al- u.-.o fnr NOTICE. I. the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye Works, will transfer rny business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE FEB. 1ST, i909. Being an experienced man of many years' standing in the dyeing and of ladies' and gentlemen's garments, I solicit a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.. D. DAVIS, Manager. NEWLY furnished room, with board, on Crabb St., third block from Bed- path St. Mrs. Wm. E. Smith. 30-2 TO in Ott Block dteam lighted, janitor's services, etc. Apply at Ott'e Barber Shop. 28-0 TO in central locatiofi; room for four horses, chet, Lethbridge. Apply A. Bru- 31-4 12-2 FOR SALE ONE 5-roomed house, anl three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only. 600; very easy terms given. W. K. Dobbin. 30-0 FOU N 4 weeks ago, 1 m.are, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; color, bluish grey-j--f5 reward for re- turn or information aa to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 light, driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. .Alexander, Lethbridge. "20-0 Jan. 16, one red and white cow, with rope on her horns; brand- ed left ribs -uid SD on. right ribs; suitable reward for return or 'any information leading- to the same. St. 32-3 Apply J. Mitchell, 1246 Bompas east. BOARD. GOOD BOAED and rooms, at Cosmo- politan Hotel, a week; restaurant in connection; fruits, candy, etc. Quong, Lee and Co. 30-6 POTATOES FOR SALE. 1 have five tons of good' potatoes to sell. Communicate with Geo, Oler, Sr., Stirling.. Alto. 33-2 WANTED to purchase, cover for Remington typewriter. State price to Frank Woddington, 410 Round St. 33-2 In replying tr. ads in column kindly follow instnic- tion stated in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi- tional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. nished for the better grades of win- ter wht'at and the productive powers of the country widely advertised. Owintr to the great care which has exorcised in the production of this winter wheat ia Alberta, such a high grado quality has been obtained that it is known by the name of "Al- berta Red." is being a somewhat bet- tor ;rrade even than the original Tur- key Rod from Kansas. can be estimated about bush-j els of winter wheat ia still in Alberta, j and oi this probably one-half or pos- j sibly a little morf. will bn the famous Alberta rod. Tt is that about bushels of wintor wheat of all varie- ties art: still available for sale in Al- berta. 'Sweet a delightful .3- Tho annual normal precipitation of j act comeciyi at Eureka Theatre Jan. moisture iu Kansas i? 27.77- inches, but there has been considerable varia- tion, and from 1901 to 1906 the ex- artd deficiency were respectively 7.73 inches and 3.98 inches, ing at the last convention 2gth anrf Jan_ 2gth Monday and _ TuesdaV ncxt' Wi" be glven by dramatic talent in the city, inv ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve anji Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Draftt Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnlge Branch: Coaldale Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANAplAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head t.i a family, or any male over 18 yean may homestead a quirter-Mctiou ot available Dominion laud in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, x'ht applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub Apency for the diatrict; Entry DJ proxy may be made at any on certain condiUonn, by mother, ion, daughter, brother or ter of intending homesteader. residence upoo cultivation of the land in each of years. A homesteader may live within nine milea of hit hoou- stead on a farm of at leaat 80 gocci solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, ion, daughter, brother or In certain a in good standing may pre-empt alongside stead. Price 13.00 per. acre., .Duties reside iii mouthi in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time .required to earn homeitead patent) and cultivatt fifty acrea extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain A pre-emption may tace a pur- chased homestead-in certain rdistrictfl. Price per acre. reside six in each of three yean, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 9300.00. CORY, Deputy pi the Minuter of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. -x Coal, Ice and PRAYING Wcstcra Transfer Co. f LONG BROS-Proprieiore 4 Office opposite Balmoral a_J BW PHON TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Op. Draying outfit, and are prepared to all orders for I DJVAYING promptly tatiafactoyily. Coal delivered promptly. ThoneTO in it ;