Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETnBRJDCEPAltY HERALD Happy, UseTIZ 10 GET AM FOR 1HE o smelling ieil. tired uicu iTf- Oood-bve corns, calluses and bun- .lo'nsland raw spots. 'You've -never tried anything like for your feet. It Is from anstUnj ever before scld. -.-It acts' at once and mates the, feet ea-asa wder, .rowaeis ana Marquis-Was a i Comes Prelude Which is Promising Well Dr. Coarles K. Saunders. ccreilist fcr tie- department ot asKculiure of the Dominion of Canada, ivbo dlscox- Introduced Manjuis wheat, Irb is superior in yield and ripens Stb'ui TOuFto 12 days esribr Fife, said "in the-course of an inter- view i'.; Alia., that his chief wcrlr'n'olv is pushing tho nbeat -Bn'e'north, by deveiopius grain of early rlpeEiug..-qualIiy. Ha Is also bendins-hls efforts to produce wheat adapted ]b'dry farming conditions'of the touUiero portions cf the vvestem -feel remarkabl TIX 's n' prairies. however, have clog UP. the not reached n point 10 arrant an- nol'oHns definite he slid. r fflVdraWa oat -all iwisonous n-bich bring on. soreness of the i.i the' Inflam- TIZ has done ut every 'pore ar j I. i- ,...1...... i oar. feet, tvou'li neier.liuui face in and .you 11 forget your bunions, and cat .O.a tremendous Jot of In'tbU, as may be judged from (he fan that we art eiperiment. vxith less than 250 varieties Tests also are being Sade .wltk. 150 .varieties of. barley. Some are beardless. AVeboM to baie something .of value to'the termers in the iest in these lines be- -jor iiu o ;-until they used 1 the So ;-tvajfu anyone asks TOU to P won't.be the .jiant' the-senulce 1IZ. which has proved so successful in various parts .of West enf" in.growth. It has shorter and Buffer straw and is better adapt ed'tolbV-black soil districts of nor ierp Itanitoba.'-Saskalchewan'' am Alb'erta than Rei Fife, but uot'so w.el adapted 'to .the heavy clay and llghte fields from' 20. to.- 40 pe cent.-moce.per acre.' The beat vie] bushels-, an'acr on a. five-ayre'.plot at-Isdia.n ".lies -An iropo'rtan t feature. mo're.seciirely: i the head than the RV j.rir-'r The origin of Marquis" wheat ia. n deaiiiteljr'" known. .H had .-'.f.tf I 11 Vi.. to! I" I- tlon with all others aud Uie accept' auce cf Its special by firm- en? gecerally may be considered at bavins finally established lu value. The production ot this earlier and Urjcr jisWintfVwheal of high quality not only adds Value to every acre of land In ibst part of the west for la'" especially aJapted. but its earlier ripfuin? Quality pushes the Hue of M beat' production, corres- pondingly further north aud': creates a KCVV vvhea' area, in- creasE orlJ Not i ss of Marquis' vibeat. Dr. Saunder? other experiments, fronf bich he believes he has secured a hea! that will push the. lines.o! heat production, still further', north reason ot Its still earlier .ripening ualilies. This'5new'wheat' he hai amed the Prelude. ..it Is. the result ferjiiUatlon1 under s own o'f. Dr. .Saundeis. the reldae is his !t.iS !'h'e us- ult of a ot crosses: H adoea" -.producins Ipha, then'Atplis-and Hed Cal- utta, producics.Fraser: then-Fraser nd Gehuiu.a tefv- earlj Indian wheat, reduced the Prelude. -V." The: is sliii -hile'the'ilahjuis is :an estiblished .The variety was traUi in 1007 at the central eiper! mental .farmjil, Ottawa.-' The; branch d growTng Tt In.tSll: l? grown wperimenially, at.2? 'dift'eren ''the arms. -Tno twenty flve- idund samples ree 'j be diEtributidn by sale trorn the far n two to.five busiel injaidlt! .0 the' free jiistflbiUidn'iri'.o-pouiK x" A Hard Whiat .Thursday, July 1913 CLARKE co. Block fwrtlMirsUwtdars bird.-of red ro'ldr.Wd "averaget thin. Ma lio" than Hed" rife.--rThe.stray. isi'VsboT It'.is 'only, adapted black ot JH'.K: beetf :i IW.K i' >V chai. Dr. i- in'-norlberi cntMAlig S... ,..hr: tnow- i J-'r Hf.il Po.f-falcitHs I t .t' vi i; i m-' '.'il-.i. which was'a bad yea. (a 'larnuii', .wheat showed i iuc. it "attracted i If -ji I i i ".--I r" j... iMr. :i.... I'.' i.. r f :t'' The Sale Of Begins at this store on Friday morning promptly at nine o'clock, and continues for the next eight days Here is a sale wKich we believe .caps tHe climax as far featured Hy other stores are con- icemeds and far surpasses all offerings of the kind held by tFus store in this or any previous season. to A Be in 'freility THE Sale.' of Sales. '.'OFFERING THE WOMEN OF'THIS CITY. AND DISTRICT, .SAVING PROPOSITIONS ON A LARGER AND BROADER SCALE THAN EVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED-IN SHORT, TKE'LIMIT OF PRICE CUTTING .THROfCHOllT'lVKRY DEPARTMENT OF THE STORE. During strenuous ft :r -urng res dollars' bring, thim It comes to prke-nia' you with absolutely unilltJ s ,f s; -i... tromen means are to make, their i p-ra-.s1 there are'many things to rm air i'l'n MI and whlcb give us a decided advantage .in. meeting itwi-ii'i- jr.'i'ii ca merchandlw of tloroughly' dependable aud worthy. WE HAVE AN ENTRV TO THE VERV BEST FEATURING, THE -BEST, QUALI- AND THE BEST PRJCES.' WE HAVE P. OF MANUFACTURERS WHO .ARE JHE RECOGNIZED LEADERS.IN THEIR .TIK AND THE RECOGNIZED LEADERS.IN THEIR LINE... iio book ,extra expeBae-in th'ia eonnjojiVn; and io.nol itlt.tht buyor'to pay'.for t-j -j, This is' really a tre'mendoui you figurejt down to dollars and cenU wbici Is responalblV.for tbeihitVerto of- values welaro offerlng'dnrins thli Jtefes'mfefipftey fere CHEAP-WASH. -.'.f Worth1 up to o "Watb' st'octa', iaboti etc.-; in wliite; to'uchet; of LONG OLOVES top, fi bsLE'QLOVES ...rth-ii'p-te 4U. ,wearing-.