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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK MmipKffWE DAILY' HEKALD Monday, 1011. LOOKS BETTER FORM PACT Likely to Pass U. S. Sen- ate is Latest Report ALBERTA'S CROP ACREAGE BATTERY'S fiflOD RFfORD is ABOUT TWO MILLIONS AT THE CALGARY CAMP June 33 i'op its u> comp.etid In tin dcp-u Uncut of agriculture'indii'atc that the area sown to wheat and oats alone arc greater this oai than tho total of the province of Allicrta, allowance may Ira made, for 1, 500, OOO.'for lakes Ihrouulioul tin prounie which is in IH 101 CUllllltlOll 100 000 000 ,cr.s of I md onli Uo per. cent. of which luis as yet known lutlun tin boldrli of most consim- (lie from which crops were j the plow md ilnt UUIIK tlu foi tht h not onh is thi icluil U.H Uu islii iU would plua the tot it igc increase phenomenal, but the con- of arable land at two-thirds of tint ditions of tho crops arc such that .1 by a very wide mar- gin the yield per acre in 1910 may be expected. The total acreage under crop this year is of which is sown to oats, tolmiles north of KdmonUm.on the pro- spring wheat and to winter j vincial boundary; but .also to Fort wheat. This gives total of no-less BOO miles in a direct, line from >u llnrcuiirl uie.possi- bilities of tht ust it iu is which (nidus of cuticle iiiisMiip from nows land cheeks, oUlcers and men of tho Joth Bitten tetnincd horn camp at C on SaUndn ttfiotnooit umnp in tht UU m tlu downpour, of rain about four, o'clock. From flic special train jwhich, carried .the Hal lie !o thi tend not north of this city ;uui ex- only Ui I'oil Smith, -151) ban in. wheat and oats, this city, and 15'miles, west of the greater hv.3SS.3S2 acres tlutn the northwest, corner of the province, and .otal cereal areas harvested in 1910. 1 to Kort 650 miles almost Last vear the oats crop totalled I and'15 miles north of the idj.jOS, the spring wheat crop boundary..' At Fort Simpson an ex- and the "winter wheat crop-142.- j pcriinental farm has been established 4U7. Harlev eomes fourth this year! by. the Doiiv.iiinn mid an- with 121 is complied otliei is In be tst ibhshcd under the with 10 JOi icies in I'HO I ho fliv uuceniint of Mi Hell U Fort ireis Ime bctti intiea'-eil ilmost Virnnlion further south "between pci cent iires hi MO 000 md 10000 bushels of grrm to -10 in during tin pteMiit j IK fioducul ewn ind disposed uai mil the uirciet in uUiu piiins of to (he settlers oi tlic north ind: m 1910 1 hOO is tin u n mtrcibul' tiit success winch !m itttndcd the! iments at fort I ind the C lined fashion and -.'marched dyt on I in nhr through tin- "C.t June the re of todu a hundred different reports ab to the fate of the Canadian reciprocity bill and tho democratic farmers free hat' h lomarUbU hrgc total of 171 I igncnlturil cvperi and itool biUs arc afloat Piesident Lianl Fort "Condttions'as .to that (he clima'iic.conditions are such streets with all the 'PICCJSIOII of Hit. well tinned 'and left, thejr equipment at the lenr- arntou ac tne ITU of 1 omtli made a splendid shownf dun ig tin pirnde winch spends well of tht turning tin 10- ccucd durme; tbe two weeks cimji bptikiiig (o the llcnld this inom .mi, M ijoi ut s iul tint 'liottt doubt it was the finest "canip he had ittuidtd md tit w is loud in hiA1 called pluses oi the Jatli were the finest bunch of u n I hid tin piiUiCgi 6f huirilmg ind tfiu cei thai afforded n srait deal ,of hely to the- oIllcui'K. I ht took palt tn thr C oiotia Lion parade, and wore given-the of nny of the unils, liking put IkMiks look part in. two Held days, ami nof into net lun on I lie inst du liad the honor of drfendiiiK th camp the lust one. The Scotchmen in the Mattery had siiii-scution this vear of which they .1 'aft is as positive as ever that reci- 'procity must be passed without amend misht, notwithstanding the tariff alii- s nee that was formed by the- demo- -cratg; and the. Insurgent republicans .in the senate. At this moment the outlook, teems to be for the Canadian bill going through .unamcnded but there is-no vvhcn the vott- will be taken, or-what minute the situa tion will.change. It is regarded, how 'ever, as a foregone 'conclusion that not pass without the free list "and 'the wool bill, "and that this is the bcemnint of end of the tariff The situation complicated .because the ,thtis far refused to-say whether or not he will veto fie and free metis ures should they be- sent to him by congress. were very proud. Next year Ihu will have whole .section, anil that: they will be there uitti the Kilts md tht Cruiksliaiik. D.O.C.. In charge of the camp, was iir.'inciiscly .leased, with, the whole camp this He said that- liu hadllieen in amp for thirty-five'years, but had icver seen better work dnnu tliaii1 vas done this vear. Hefori'i leaving.-he; all tho p. C.'s together- and! commissioned them to-tell the diiTerJ int units ilnt thtn uqirk hid of! the highest order, and to convuliinent him. 1 be of tht Ittnbrnlgc lieliue tint thej tiUn Hit hoiipi among the batteries of Canada for Thoir percentage nt the Cal- CLARKE CO. Tk U.IM' tore' 453 THE GREAT EXPANSION SALE ill In out. the provide are reportedjilniost uniformly report, reads. 1 few pi ipparentlj not enjoyed as much rain .as usual, 'but other districts have hiid abundance, The crop outlook 6n the whole, tbercr fort, is ven bright Although tht .crop increase this i1" that crops'may be successfully- rniseii throughout the whole of this vast Ins produced a new quis> uliLit which m tin re to M days earlier than tht which IIHS hitherto been .tainly. won a name "for -themselves at 1 wen pti cinl better thin last u.ir nnd that is saMnc t whole lot hid fighU mu, tins ,ear quite a bit m excess of lii.1 tnd 1 im tamp was which is teinaik pieised to be iblt to sn tint wciabh good Minding Last year they ceiml tht most cieilitaolc mention leientyl onh per cent, and the camp atid from Genenl Otter j While the Bitten u is on the trim who united and inspected us hid route to I ethbndge on Saturday fine Jiunch of horses which something m the niturc of i suipiiie the Mai UOD 10 Ked Fife Alberi-a's MAGRATH YOUTH P'ASSES EXAMS Ottawa, -June list of suc- eesbml candidates writing the en jtrance examination "to the Mil- .Uary College Kingston included the Dimes C Juries, D R MacDonald Edmonton John V Posb Itfagra-in Alfci Cuthbert parn'iss an Jimes Dennistoun, Fdfliid 0 C Martin, Cuthhcrt >T J1 Mcholson Vincou i Fred W Forrlman Winnipeg, and Recmild L Spencer, Vancouver baid the deputj eirhest nnturmg, wlicit md tonal minibter of agriculture in good lor milling This wheat will tion with-The Capital today, "there'; prove adapted -to thc.coun- is as vet not more than two per j trv of the far north. 1 IK the Grande cent.-of the arable land of tbe pro--j PrairiCicountry and other portions of undtr eultnation Of the area Centril Uhert t, the lite maturing of acres, which make up'grains can be raised'successfully A PERMANENT tiN iMCTniTPTnn 1M51KULIOK URGED FIOHTING STALLIONS CAUSED HIS DEATH Cayler, June Mr ttoods resides some seven miles west of Cay lev met with a fatal accldeit last iveek, under somewhat peculiar cir cumatance: ffe had tno stallions m bis stable mhich commenced to tight Mr Uoods nont out to see nhat wai the matter and entering the siahle he tried to "enarate the infnristec tirmea ivhen he uas fatallj kicked b- one of them The unfortunate man lingered until the morning ie "uccumbed to his Injimei Chai. .M.- Schwat, who will tell .the American irvejflgctins committee all fit knows ibo-.it the trtnt. A Simple Treatment That WiJl Make Hair Grow Ertrr up-to-oito woman chould hale radiiirii hal; There are tao-.Kindc of Tvomen with harm, ItAeH, cMrzetc.leis hair, who do BO, try to it In Kngicril and Paris women take pridr in bjrlnj OMiitifiil hair Ever} woman can have InatroiiR ind Imunaiit nnr utini, SAM'n, the Great Araericaa Sift ..Tonic. Thr Alberta Drug Or. Kill a large bottle for ceeta, tnt guarantee: It to tanlih Han4raff. ttoji falling not IttMat aealp In ten dayf, or mon- back. J 8ALT1A to I beautiful, Dlvanat, Hair Tooie. Superintendent Hamilton of The cih fcchqols, has rccened the report of the first annual! inspection of the jjthbridge Cadet Battalion, and 'con- sidering the short tin-e the boys hate been under training the ic- encoiiragmg He "I the honor tn inform that it is con sidercd tnat the Battalion is progressing on proper lines, and Stewart, Van Allen and 'Brandow deserve much praise for their zealous effort to im- part instruction. It is strongly re- a permanent quali- fied Instructor he engaged at once, lhat llic cadets as far as possible he provided with .uniiorms, arid that irmounes and miniature shooting ga) leries be established in the schools where practicable f There is not the least doubt that before next, year these tions ill be carried out and t bridge the'finest cadet'bat- tahon in tht province J added much to. the appearance of tho men on and' -although they Jwere a. little wild at they ioon 'became mamgeable without fhc least trou'ile ind good stnice The siLmtion for the cimp u'as itlcdl this lime and wab much ihiad of last .year. result there was little sickness and onh tw-c deiths d inng the hole Onlj i wis jicipttrittd on the 0 t Mijor Stewart bergt JOIIPS on belnlf oi the non-commissioned ollicers and men presented the with a. heautiful- h gold ns i token of ippieciation of their hindsomc treatment by the. "hest corrnnandcr in "the ramp." The watch was inscrib 'Pre S Steuirt couple of the Itthbndge s WCre the 35th BiAten Cilgirj 1911 on the suk it ill and then it ind fht Major, s pioud of the wis nothing serious honor and good will shown him by were fhe ed on the cover, sen ted to Majoi J the 35th Hi. Ind tht Ma] LOYALTY OF t OVERSEAS DOMINIONS I CANNOT BE DOySTgp London, June article by the Rev. J. A. Macdonald, of the Toronto Globe, in the Nation ,says, in part: The essential loyalty -of the Over- seas Dominions need not any longer be protested, but- that loyalty. Is'Hie oyalty of equals, and offered not to the old time notion of Empire, but to the new born ideal which has come nto the the .Engllah'-speak- ng peoples, and which the bigh.prlt lege of British-born nations Is to re- alize in their hiitorical future, for b'ais bins stirring the lite of British peo- plei, the word 'Empre' Is a mlinom- er New': significance must given o the old autocratic terminology on he understanding that, the Empire U now in very truth an the King is not an Emperor. We are. all of un glad and, proud to belong to He British1 Empire, and he auhjw.ts of the King" Minister of Labor Thinks Peace is Near m Coal f _j Strike Secretary John T. Hall, of; the sociated Hoards of T of f ester n Canada, this morning; received a let- tergram sent out by the resolutions committee at the; time of the'conven- tion here regarding the coal'.jtrike. In his reply .the Minister oi "Labor stated tint while nothing'could be done lunhei than what was alrcidv being done by the conciliation board now working for a -settlement. he noted the- interest that was -hcing j taken in the settlement of the strike throughout He stated fui- thei that he had greal hopes that tie conciliation hoard would bring the dispute to a settlement satisuc tor} to both p-itticis in thin i short time. ..Uqimerj. .shoilld iuch-not he the case that the ei Boirds malie suggestions is to whil consideied the best tlc- cimp progress last sear Uhat C meia that is that when tne hots had been nndei cunis for one ahead of our the hois in this j thei Kntw as much tingcnt. did they, the 1910 con hart been there. a whole- Of course nc had about ntteen with us who had been m Stewart sud that he was tetOsoiri that on account ot the m- ither the Batter) was Lniblc lo tliiongb an; manoeuvres on SaturdaV During the cimp I Thompson was 'promoted trom thp rpnk of pmiteto gendy and rut.tt te -all klndi e( ataaon- wearthlngt that the wp. oI'Lethbrljgt avtr faced. WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR THE MEN TO WORK In a few of making altentlonB will begin nnd present etwkc'iire entire h loo large for tho limited space allotted; to them while wuik IH tolnc: on Tht call for 'room is mo it prlc ci have been lowered to such an extent as to ducc ttccki by one-half byjhe end of the Sample Dresses Wonderfully Cheap C7 Rfl Eomc the Attractive Pur Cft I >ww chased at Big Ducountj from a Leading 9 I ed and_ plaj eti on the iron and.steel as though 'it get away.? ;lt deemed sel the wafer there was no method of.speedily grounding the cur rent and AS the ship was practically all metal there was every opportunity CANADA TO KING GEORGE, KING GCORGE TO CANADA Ottawa June following in terchange of Coronation messages took place between King George and the Governor-General: From..Ear] Grey: "The heart's'and prayers of all Canada your Majesty todaj and al-vaye .Frofai King George: "I heartily ap- preciate the good wishes of mj peo pie in Cans.di on mv Coronation daj R. I. Judge JIabee commanted severely on the efforts being made 'by western railroads to operate their new lineb before permission is gnen the hard winter which put the sheep that ttcre not ted dtid in poor s! ipe 1 hose that ytere proper- iv cared for ciuflng the POUCE COURT fielded a good clip The wool ICIL is selling mr fourteen and teen cents a pound DEATH OF A YOUNG GIRL The deith occurred in UMH cKy this mornirg of 16 old Brook daughter bf Mr Mrs Gco 504 Etroet north (Bailei Deceised was at Mor lei Eng The funeral take place on Wednesday afternoon ai. three. o cjock from f.bo family resi- dence to St Auiu tin s cemetery with Kei A E Pophim officiating The 'funeral will ho in ch rgo of Under taker n f? A'Jdison Ihc usinl quota of drunks weie en hind lor the Mondaj morning session of police court this mining and disposed of in manner hj Magistrate Ball Uasel Stirchuck, an old and regular' visitor'-Trithiai the precincts, appeared1''.'on -his raual charge drunk and disorderly, and drra down a Ale dollar fine to atatdy on rirhic s path once more Thos Jaefaon one el thei colored tribe nas soaked a ten spot and casts for beating av man up in "Lil sfjle in his. clottaea desnTina; Gmppriuri1. Minnie Wbite'-afVCUlA -OB. the charge of cruelty to diinli aai- raals and was 11 inn ilail Till aim >m, till June 28 Walter Vanhorn WK Hated am' tkm charge for itnTing aena> libulcvards aid was'let'M-wM Mn minimum fine of.'c4e'd611air a4 watt Another partf who fat ocvjiBi fh the Letbhridgc on Gktai4ar nnd proceeded to deu n tt lishroent, Kill pay a tefer'i WO d jhoirt fort; ilollan for mlg 'feed docks x laduct driveways and stere offlcas In the stock af- Jort Wortn Teian Loss, I1M.OM LEAVES MACLEOQ FOR CLARESHQLM to Heralk) -Maclcod, June War rison of the Methodist church" here, with his has left for his new pariah In Clarmholni. Many of a'.- old parishioners were nl the stalloq to "e nlK off During stay IB Harrison Jiad made Mm ieU -so- icpuUrjand his msn> M all klnla of luck in his new home nChwwholn Witt "Tfce CM at (M