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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TufMU.y.JnlylMftll, TITO HERALD WI AIM TO ALL. 10 FEATURE PROGRAM TONIGHT; Tne Governor's Pardon Mutt Keep My Word and Go Back to Prlton. PIPTORIAL SOLO by R. E. Willis A glince at thii ad. will convince everyone of the high claii productloni to b> exhibited tonight. WATCH FOR OUR BIG WEEK-END PROGRAM Use Sprinklers (hi the Growing Crops The Coaldale Restaurant for Quality, Quantity, Variety, Service We endeavor to make every detail in (lie management oi our up-to-date restaur- ant satisfactory. Investigate and. find out whether yon arc pleas- ed with what you get and how you get it COALDALE HOTEL BLOCK 'Jiin Jack Manager KING TcutPHONES Brltlih Ruler Transacts Much Busi Over July manj other improvements at Buckingham palace sweeping alterations have 'been made in regard to the telephone department, which iu King Edward's time-was of hte most primitive des crtption. The late-King heartily dls liked the and never usec It if could manage without King George, who is-methodical and businesslike, uses it constantly by day and night. The .general, postoffice has now in stalled a special exchange in the pal- ace with three-50-Jine switchboards, two for day and for night service. There IB an extension from the switch -board to the King's private apart- ments and, in addition, the King has a private exchange line, of hia awn which is used for specially pmate conversations on affairs of.state with cabinet ministers and high officials There is also.a private wire to Wind- dor Castle and to residence of Lord Knollys, "Sir Arthur Bigg and other court officials; to Maryborough house, York house, the residence of the Duke of Connaught and St. James palace; The moat extraordinary precautions have been taken to prevent" these pri- vate conversations from 'being over- heard, number, which in, of. course, not'made public, is1 "832 but-any one who ex- pected to "get through to the King" by calling up'that number-would be disappointed. Queen Mary, in the same, facilities, has a private line from her boudoir to the children's schoolrooms, and she, too, uses the telephone on every possible occasion. King George frequently gets through a lot of business on the telephone be- fore-he goes out at nine o'clock for his ride in Hyde Park. Much Interest irj Washing- ton State Experiment HOW IT WORKS The Cost of Installation is Heavy and Equipment Large to the Herald.) Spokane, July U.-4tancbcrs Iruck-farmern, and orchardlsts, ill ov- er the United States arc dajp'y inter- ested In (he plan of uttllzin, oprlnk- lore In applying wa'er to growing- crops, from tlio scores Q[ in-, UUlrloE raceireil by Stephen 0. ..ayne I in cliargo of the irrigation Invoatiga- tln'jF in the State of Washington fo; tha United States Department of Ag- riculture, following tlie piiblica'.l-jn of an interview regarding the xperi inents made with whilring devices in tnia state. "Tao sprinkler plan has bean BU'.TOssfully and profitably during the las: fifteen years at the u few- miles tiust of Sponie said Mr. Jsyne, on returning from ;m nve'sligatif i> trip. "It is the most lecfiri) irrigation system in -.he v. csl- orn country, employing sprinklers ex- II. A. Jones, the owner ib and'- ioil his profession jts an c 11 :r, develop this tract, which em braces about acres. He invjilleil th'j plant from start to finish, nnd lias imp-'oved it from time to time ii onn-cf tlie show plaMs in Ihs'SpoKajio district. ".VN. Jones' plant consists of b. tri- P'.vcpump, orHTPted'by a 20-horse-low O' electric motrr. Water is fr mi the Sj i j-t nc river to a masonry of gallons cap efficient, throwing. a coarse iprty, and thoroughly and uniformly wetting :un area of from 20 to 35 feet In diameter, according to the pressure 'head. The pump Is under 8D feot pnuure.S The sprinklers arc attach- ed 'to "galvanized Iron nipples of length, 'best, "suited to the crop to be ..'.For low growing crops nipple Is used, while a vertical nipple or pipe from four to five feet In -height may 'be used wJicre It Is Uc- sl red to throw (he spray over tall growing shrubs or plants. ''the sprinklers are firmly fastened' to, small sleds, which hold the pipes in an upright position, and these sleds are moved back and forth and up and down the' rows In such a way to properly sprinkle the ground. One man can Jiandlo twenty sprinklers In this way.' To avoid the necessity of shutting 'off the water, when it is. do- sited: to move the sprinklers, a long pike-pole is used for pulling them a- head. On the Jones place thirty or more sprinklers may ibe seen going at one time men do all the and 'have "some time left for other .duties besides irrigation; 'Although the sprinklers are used DISTRICT MWS IRON SPRINGS NOTES Bd -Jonci' father Is spending a few with him. MIB3 Loona Kano U back at school In tiioCameron school district, No. 309. School ibogan July 5. Bert .Warren and Ixmi ,1'earion (rave a (lance In Bert Warren's tarn on tho evening of July 4. It decided success.. There was a largo crowd and all enjoyed themselves heartily. On Thursday evening, the young people gave a tho homo of Mr.-and 'Mrs. Tennant, In honor of Miss Cousins. George Hughes discarded his gasoline pump In favor of a windmill. There-was an English Church 'busi- ness meeting at McDonald's Hall. We. understand' It was to discuss the question of a proper church site. Mr. and Sirs. Benson, Mrs. Bels- wangor, Miss Cousins, and .several others, went down to the Little Bow on Saturday to camp for a week. We aro afraid that their presence will mean ibad luck for the fish. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O LL.D., D.C.L., PntlDINT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GEMIBAL. MANAOER CAPITAL, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian of Com me extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their .banking- business includinjf.the discount and collection of sales notes. Bhink sales notes aic supplied free of on application. l BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at fftiry branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce-to be operated by mail, and will receive the sairiercareful attention as is given to.all other departments of the Bank's Money may be deposited or withdrawn in thii way as satisfactorily u by a personal to the Bank. iaj] Lethbridge Branch C. G, K. Noursc. for tlie Irrigation of nursery stock, the same method is employed In watering ail., kinds ot crops grown on the from corn and potatoes, to a matiirerbearing orchard, and un der the conditions ousting "Ui Tones thinks there 'could be no better wav of. doing. it: !Thc ;c6st of installation is heavv. SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, July every- nc from the north and west of here celebrated the Fourth at Yetwood. Of course there was that refreshing shower in the afternoon, after this1 the ball game and races commenced. I Carmangay won in the ball game, as j usual, with Sweet Valley, the score being G to 3.. Mr. Gray's horse won in free-for-all race. Frances Bailey took first in the girls' foot race. A big crowd stayed for the bowery dance, which was furnished with music by a good orchestra. A TO JOIN OVERSEAS. FORCES July Manchester Guardian's London correspondent learns that arrangements are being made'by the waroffice'to enable time expired soldiers of the regular forces to emigrate to the overseas domin- ions with the object of enlisting in their military force. Tjie naval and military emigration league is co-oper uting In this work. Incited en an elevation higher mail aav of-the farm buildings. The rr.iiin pipes, two 4-inch -and one 3-inch, from tho pumpins plant are tapped by lat- eral pipes, ranging from two-inch' to three quarters inch, laid parallel out 300 fet apart. These lateral pipes arc tapped at intervals of from 16. to 21 feet, and are provided with faucets for hose connections. From1 these fan cets the water is conducted bj nib her hose to the spnntler and sprayed over the crops and soil. "The sprinklers, which de- signed 'by Mr. Jones are simple in con- struction, haung no moveable paits and equipment ruiuned is large Onjgood programme, was given under the this fifty acres there has been insta ed nearly tlnee miles of pi'pe of w lous and there is between 1 Oi and of rubber hose. TI Hose'is -bpuglit in large quantities ai cut on the farm.. Wearing out of bos is the principal- item of dcpreciatio but a good grade will stand sever years' rcryice. The lajid irrigated it too rous, to. ibe watered easily by the usu methods, dud is not of such an as to permit of gndmg so it case of do.'it.with sprinklers or m at all and while it has been the it has proved piofitable Tones if he weie to undertak the work again, he nould adopt th bamo sjstem but of couise his e' perience has shoNn Hhoie ImproM ments could be made m minor detail: It Is an interesimg sight to see large bitten of those sprinMeis i operation and if one coutemphte the installation of a sprinkler sisten it wlllibe found worth: while to vlsi tlie-farm BUYS 8EDGEWICK LAND Winnipeg, July J. McLeod, of Spokane, Wash, today puichased rom J. J. Jlilljdge .a tract of acres of land in the Sedgewick. dis- .price. paid "toeing BORDEN 18 MUM Otlwa, Jul) Piederlck Borden jrrlied in Ottawa Ibis oxen- ing from London and although he mil not speak in respect to his appoint ment as Canadian High Commission ei, it is undei stood that Jie has de cided to accept the fiflce. THE Carries Dr. Reed's Cushion Soled Shoes for Men and Women. You walk on air when you wear them and foot troubles are trifles KANGAROO LEATHER makes a dressy as well as comfortable wearing boot for men. Barry's beat all boots WE HAVE THEM WHITLA NEWS Whitla, July was vlsitci by a ram ann hail storm Sundaj af tcrnobn. navies, representing. Plunkett SavaiiOj of I cthbrdge, was in Whitla on Saturday J vrcPherson and T H kinj> gone to Orton, to spend the six months Most of.the Whitla people celehrat' ed the Fourth at Winnifred, and. re- port having spent a most .enjoyable day Miss Leila Richardson returned LetMmdgc on Saturday after spend- ing the netk with hot parents, Mr and Mrs. S. S. Richardson. C. 0. McMullen, of'Campbell, A, Ilornc, of Lethhndge, was in Whitla one (lay last week, Mrs. Louis living north of town, died Sunday night. Miss Annie Carson leaves this week for Maple CrceK, S.isk to he gone about a week usitmg her brother and sister of that place Mrs I cmhont and chiltfrrn to go also R A fherrj left Tuesday for Car- tiTorant, Minnesota, to be gone about- a.m on tli visiting his parents. j DC. G. M. Carson came down tron Row Island on a professional ca Saturday evening. Tlie doctor is lo catcd at-Bow island for only a shor time looiung after Dr Patterson's j business while lie is east. expects to locale here in Whitla later put in a drug store. The Wliilla telephone will soon bis in use out- in the south country for 20 miles. Gen. Ilamm, living 18 miles south of Whitla, was in town on business Monday Ernest Dalton has taken a position in Ash Ion Bros.' general store. BUILDING WORKERS STRIKE Pans Juh Tuentj fhe thoui and union building workers struck to day-to enforce ..demand Uiat piece work system bo aboUsIiecMmd their daily wages increased. Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Chemical Seienei and Pharmaceutical Skill Oil from the liver of the cod-fish hag been'.used as a preventative of disease a restorative for ages. For a long time it has bern tli? general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Liyrr Oil was the greasy, oily part itself onh dKiwtaRk being the unpala- iablc, fishy taste of the oil. From the first experts have been try- ng to find nicans to :nake it'more pnla- able. They -jEetl to "cut" it. with ipfliskey-r-takc it in it with cmon to jjet away from hat abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- ion form which is nothing morn than churned" still reasy, oily and a strain on tlie digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil tself that built up the were slow to find out that the oil was a canvas while it was raining, Mr. Graham and Smith being the leading speakers.' Mr. Haughman-mndc a trip to Car- mangay Thursday for lath and wood fibre to finish his house. Jerry Rickctt and Hank Scalangcr went to Granum for some of their machinery. Sir. George Short is having iumbcr hauled out for a to nuild on his homestead. Mr. Armstrong and two other gen- tlemen from Carmangay were out in an auto today- They stopped at Mr. Baughhian'6 trying to sell gasoline outfits. Miss Paulson is doing some sewing for Mrs. Shirley this week. Mrs.. .Hooker has a sister-in-law and children visiting her for a week. Doris Raiighinan visited over'night with 'Anna' Erickson Sunday.. OF CANADA Trip no matter what put of the world you can be conveniently 'secured, whenever and wherever yon want them, if you cany 'a Travelling Letter of Credit from this Bank. i Absolutely is no one else can realize on it, and aa introduction to the best Banks and Bankers everywhere. Onr Local Manager will be glad to tell yon all about them. Main Office cor. Round Redpath 8U.O. R. TINNINQ, ManaBV. H. Raieh, Aotlng Miiugw. Griiiy W. Luckhirdt. Manigar. ROLLING NEWS Rolling Green, passed very quietly, as there ivcre no-sports hero this year, and nosfc every one was away from home, spending the day at Tahcr" or Lone Star sports, and all .report a good inie hctwcen showers. E. 0. Wright purchased a fancy fam ly driving horse last wed'.., Mr. and Mrs. A.'Hcmpel and three iris .atlendctl church in Taber last Sunday. Mrs. W. Horn and Mrs. II. Petry icnt Tuesday with Mrs. J. Gilbert, j Mrs. Groycr Loekhart and.Mr. an Irs. Julius Oddcn were Taher visil rs a fev.r days this week. E. 0. Wright and Robert Johnso lade an improvement to the-ir farm nd a benefit to the public, by plow g the main road along their places ollow suit. Mr., and Mrs. M. M. Brook vlsitei lends at Darncy district Wcdncs ly. Rev. J. H. Barker had lea and spent Saturday night at Virgil Lock- hart. Do you need help for your harvest? We aro booking orders for Harvest Hands, -and if Farmers will kindly notify us as soon as possible how many men they will need this will enable us io makc.sorac arrangements for men to be brouglit" iiito Lethbridge District, as the present indications go to show that la- bor will be scarce Phone your orders to 1412 or write HARRIS OLSON Employment Agency Room 4, Begin Block, Lethbridge SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sundial, July, and Mrs. B 11113 O- and .Mr. ami Mrs. B. Biirn- dwnback to the medicinal prin- j ham visited tlie home of Mr. anf SUN HATCHES HEN'S EGGS Lowell, Miiss., July Wright of Chelmsford, a suburb of Lowell, reports that a setting of eggs which hen had abandoned when almost ready to hatch, hatched out without the hen's assistance at the finish. Tho heat had been so intense that It drove the hen off the nest. The atmosphere took the place of the hen and hatched ten eggs. ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in lime, put the strongest stomach out of order. A way has now been discovered to do with the grease and the smell, and yet retain all ine medicinal properties of l'ie Tiiis is done by the fresh oil from the new livers. The hxer pi'Ip i tlicn reduced lo the form of extract like beef extract: Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is simply thii liver extract combined with an cx- tftct of malt and healing ivild cherry. It also contains true hypophosphites. This combination-makes Nval's Cod Airs. A. ,1J. Rose'on Sunday. Several of the Sundial people at- tended the 'celebration _at- Hrtmton's Liver Compound a- delicious toni builds up the system, and makes you stroug Take it when you fetl yourself losing your grip. It's a pleasure to take- en the children like it. Get a bottle to-day and ward of! disease. for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend it ecause be knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON COPE W, P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE Local option campaigns will 1'lcoly be waged In Alerritton, Pyrl Diil- housic, Niagara, Louth. Grantlmm, and possibly SL Catherines next ear. OM for everyday ailment at Lone Star on'the 1st. J. Pauske entered tlio race with his sorrel horse, and we hear he came out the winner. Mr. Connor also had hi, horse in the but on account of the rain the track was in poor condition for any good, racing. The Ox Race was the best fun of the day. Mr. and Mrs, McKay, of Lcthbridge passed through Sundial on Monday en route for their homestead near Sweet Vallcv. The camp of Mr. J. B. Evans