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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i 10 ADVERTISE LETHBRIDGE THE WIDE WORLD ROUND r- Official Call to Dry-Farming- Congress I'.cing' Sent Out and People Will Kecche One- Great Booster lor Alberta To people the official call to the Dry Farming Congress will be Bent out The work started todav Twelve thousand me to be sent to.mem bers of the Congress. 10000 go to in Canada, the United States Mexico Brazil. Hunsniv, South Africa the South Ameiicau lepublics and have been published, for mailing to tanueis in the United States.and Canada, 10.000 will go to bankers and nuiDUtaclniorb of farm mnchinerv on the continent, be sent out to women's organizations all parts of the world; go to loveinuient officials, aeiicul'iiral cot leges, etc, while 25000 will go out m the Alberta booklot which will be pub alsned shortlj in connection with centres In fact it will be the largest nd.ertlsmg scheme of its kind eve- sen; nut .ivm Lethbildge and should let Tdl parts of the woild Vuow that Lttbm'dee is the home of the 1912 session the Dry-Farming Cougreas: The call reads as follows: You are invited to attend and >aiticipit3 in the World's Greatest Agricul- tural Convention, and the Seventh International Dry-Farming Congress at 1 Lethbridge Mberta, Canada, October 21 26, inclusive, 1112 This Congress of Farmeis will ttJisist of Mile Sectional conventions, as follow 5 Conference of Soili, Tillsse Motnods and Machinery 1 Discussions on soils, their disease i-entment. the building of soils, tonservatlon of lertilitv ai.d montu-s tillage methods for all soils, climates Snd crops, special uses of mscbmerj, a co.-ilpauson of machines and results Conference on i-e! Crop Breeding "A study of home brsedinff of seeds; seed selections; discussions on crops tad commercial fertilizers, etc. Conferenc- an Agriculture, Forestry 4 mattei of vast imoort m the injtiern farmer is the establishment ot frWbreaks, protection for bei.i "Sia-jor- of the home, fuel supplv, etc (What is being bv for farmers and bj farmers lor ttaroselves m many parti of :.-e orid be covered in discusions, and methods of establishing shade ami fruit tries under sub humid conditions IM studied Conference on Livsstock and Dalryinj The recognized necessitv of basing agricultural wealth upon diversltiea M-ming ha'i made this section ot the Congress of vast importance Bverv phase of loss and gain in the production, breeding and maintenance of livestock for jfower, trausportation, market, food and dairv supply will be covered Conference on Agricultural Education This is tho daj v-hen everj progressive farmer realizes the value ot educat the bovs and girls to love, eniov and profit by the iarm Much public dis- cuislon of'the subject has shown the funli.v of expecting results without being fable to present to congresses, parliaments, legislatures and political powers Skerally some concrete plan whereb' intelligent and practical lawb may be adopted looking to the ot vocational education in the jrablic schools This Conference will give opportunity to organize influence in xllis behalf. Conference on Farm Management The vital and deciding point in the of the profitableness of 'firm life is the bank account Pcientiflc business management re as necessarv c-IThe farm as in the mercantile establishment The farmer who knows sow THE LETimitTDGE DAILY TTEKALT) 28. i i feu fection Conference on Scientific Retearen To scieatific eiploration of 'tie eiltlis urface the modern farmer ov-.ea aoit of the drought resistant plants To scientiSc breeding and investlration tti farmer Is deeply indebted 'm mc-eased acreage yields and crop menu Thin conference will be da'oted (o tte work of research and will De ot .Mine to the scientifically inclined farmer. t Conference of Agricultural Collejes and Experiment Stations This will be the second conference of the men who are giving their lives to the cause of agricultural science both in college and field from every part of the world will come representative tinkers and teachers to discuss the uroblems confronting these workers in sub humid districts or where drought n freauent Sessions will be open to all delegates -who wish to hear the International Congress of Farm (Rural Home Section of the inter- national Dry Farming Congress) Farmers are asked to bring their whet, women farm owners aie asKed to attend and participate, agricultural colleges are aated to send their home economic workers, field directors, etc, to assist Some of the most noted rural home nurses, sanitation expel Is, domestic science, garden and poiiltn experts on the continent have accepted imitations to attend and participate, and every problem confronting the women on the farm will be freely discussed ikwc practical and helpful lines. THE CONGRESS This is the great -world gathering of farmers, and the farmers themselves Spill predominate on the program Every nation in the world is interested and has been milted to send Manj of the most notable men and women of the United States and Canada will appear on the general program of the Congress, each evening The Congress will he tormalls opened Monday, October 21st, at 11 am, oy Hij Royal Highness, the Duke of Connaught, Governor General of Canada, for the Government of Great Britain, and Honorable James Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, as personal repreaentatlve of President William Howard Taft Delegates. The international delegates will include distinguished agriculturists of fcany countries The governors df some states, government officials Of the Dominion of Canada and nil western provinces will be m attendsnce Delegates may be appointed by governors, majors, and. all agricultural bodies and commercial organizations, but every farmer is invited -without the formality of credentials and all discussions will be open to farmers Dry-Farmlns means Better Farming Eevery country in the world is now the tillage and 1 wepping methods taught bi the International Dry Farming Congress Its ionthlv bulletins and reports ;o to everj corner of the earth Dry Farming is a scientific ie.ui used by colleges and authors to difteren- tutc between the new system 'j' agriculture and tho older methods utilized In tie rainbelts and irrigation Jlnirlcts A. svstem of tillage ot the Uotl tor the purpose of niuistMe tnd fertility conirfmUon it known to be JMecessary for at least 6J CIT' of ilie agricultural ac.nsgu of the world, rOBl the Dry Farming Coiijress 'vaa b.ojght in'.o for toe purpose qf working out these probianis aud .or the troubles contionting the sub-h'umiii dlctriots, or in Vhcro there are frequent or falling soils. Dry-T'anninE is iroo frets mystery of auy kind; any er on any soil ind in ?oy climate can increase his acreage production, p quality and bank account ;Dry fanning methods can be with upon every acre, in every (dlptricl of toe world. The pitraae does not mean the operation of farms where is obtainable, but does mean the utilization oE such tillage methods n .hre, from time to time, demonstrated to Tbe; most efficient in the reduction of evaporation and the production of a practical storage reservoir in the soil, of miiTimum or untimely-moistine, etc. The work of the Con- frees includes the study of farm machinery, tillage, thf> development of drought- vgesisUnt plants and hotter methods on the farm. The Expotition-T0ctober.19th to 26th, Inclusive. For tie Sfth time there will he assembled an.Exposition of soil products grown under dry-farmed conditions, that is, In a district with an average of less than 20 inches net precipitation, evaporation deducted. The Exposition this year will he a notable .feature of-thc Congress. At least twelve of the western states and four.provinces of Canada will contest for supremacy. Federal exhibits are expected from the United States, Uruguay, Bolivia, Rusiia and British possessions. The Machinery Exhibit. This promises to be the most complete farm machine show and tillage and sower demonstration ever held Nearlv all manufacturers have reserved space, and 200 STOS adinlnlng the exposition grounds will be used m demonstration Some of the largest premiums ever offered will be given for dry-farmed products. Railroad Rates Canadian railroads have announced a rate of one fare for the round trin from all points in. Canada, to and froii Lethbridge. All American lines have been miied for special low rates from all states Horaeseekers' riteo (di-it-class ticket tickets sold October 15, 16, 17 and IS, good to return 25 days alter mill pertain from St. Paul, and regular home seekers' ulll be available October 16th from all common polnte Information can be tecured by mailing a postcard to the Secretary of the Congress, Leth- bridge, Alberta, Canada Entertainment This is a farmers' business Congresn, and while tliero will be plentv of music drills by the Northwest Mounted Police the most picturesque mllitarv organisation In the norld, and possibly a public reception, there will no features of entertainment that will detract from the work of great body of farm students Opportunity will De given at the dole ot the uongreis, for thoae who desire, to make excursions through the wonderful agricultural Motions of the four provinces, sprclal excursion trains being furnished Mr oocailon at the lowest rates ever offered on the Canadian Etc. All special trains -ulirbe parked upon tho plateau adjoining tho Exposition, whore a marvelous ilow ot the surrounding country, ollj and distant lioony Mountains Is obtainable The park be brllllantl} lighted at nigh equipped with citj water, heating plant, sewer connections, uunltaiy deuccfc, toiepaones, etc.. and will be well policed. Farmers who wish to drho In fioiu points within a himdrnd miles, nnd desire to camp'during the week, will bo funiUhsd parking for horses, public comfort.stations, city water, light, etc.' lenta can bo rented and fuel will ho auillHble at low coat. Hotels, lodging, houses and homos will accommodate tuioral thousand delegates, Scout Servlcs Tho most unique and helpful sen Ice rendeiea by Boj Scouts will the care of guests during the Lothbrldge Congress Ono hundred uniformed, Scouts will act as guides, messengers, Information buieaut, escorts to women nnd children, etc, day nnd -night The Exposition, tinln palk, encamp, ment nnd citi will bo policed bv the Mounted Police and City Police Depart- ment thought will be given to the comfort, safety and pleasure of the thousand-, 01 guests for the week Even delegate should como io take notes of the sessions Lopioi of the will be mailed to registered delegate, when published, Imt delegates should plan to nddioss neighboring meotlngslind intitules upon their return home, in order that the great principles as advocated in the Con- gress may reach thousands who cannot attend. All must register hi older to iccelie programs and delegates' instructions Pas ment of ?1 registration feo entitles delegates to the report of the convention and to all the' above .courtesies. IXl'KRNMHONAL DRY-FARMING CONGRESS John A. Widtsoe, International President; President Utah-State College of Agriculture. George Harcouit, Chairman Board of Governors, Deputj Minister of Agriculture of Alberta, Ldmocton, Alberta. all communications to John T Burns, Executive Secretarj Treasurer, Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. 5 j An Invitation to the Farm Women To the Honoiable, the Chief Executives of Nations, tho Governors ot States, the Secretaries or Ministers of Agriculture; the Presidents and Officers of Universities and Colleges where Agriculture is taught, the National, State or Organizations having for their object the enlargement of Agricul- tural Education and tie uplift of home life upon the farm, the publttmeM of magazines or other literature devoted to bettei homes and rural life, women on the farm and others You are herewith attend and participate in the Second Annual Session of the International Congress of Farm Women, which will be held in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, October, 22-36, 1912. Appointment of delegates may be ns follows: Chief Executives of Nations, States or Provinces may appoint forty Educatioual Institutions interested in Agriculture may appoint ten delegates National or State Societies interested in Agriculture, Forestry or Rural Home Life maj appoint ten delegates Local Societies (as above) may jppoynt five delegates Boards of County Commissioners, Hoards of Education, Mayors-01 uiues and Presidents of Towns may appoint flve delegates Local or County. Granges, or Farmers' Organizations having women-mem- bers mav appoint fiv e delegates Neighboihood Clubs auxiliary to the Congress may appoint two delegates Program and Objects The work of the International Congress of Farm Women is toward some organized effort at rural community building, the heautifjmg and brightening of the homes, the more frequent opportunities for social intercourse, the better education of the childien, the lightening of toil m the home and the raising of standards, mentally, moralh, socially in each neighborhood and the program at each session ot the Congress will he devoted to the discus- sions of these sjbjects The speakers will Include notable men and women from institutions of learning and women from the farm. Ail delegates are requested to register, receive badges programs and delegates' instructions Payment of tl registration fw to the report of the Congress and membership for one >ear further information may be obtained by addressing the Secretary Mrs Fred W Downer, Chairman Local Board of Control. Mrs Leslie M Stavert, iddress all communications to -l MRS JOHN T BURNS, Secretary, Box'3060, LethbrldBe, Alberta, Canada. STODDARD IS ACROSS THE LINE Man AMio Attempted to Commit Suicide at Cardston lo the Globe, ee btoddard charged with tt- temptcd murder after the shooting if lav 01 ten tlavs.ago Tvvo constables iere placed as guards over him Fur- ther the Globe says "Matters thus went along until night, when in some man ner 01 other Constable MarsJcll [ail- ed to appear at, bis pobt on the ev pil- ing state-When questioned, be stated that he was waiting foi orders from unstable Steed Anvwav' it seemb liap about lO p m Mi Ducc tele- konsd Mi Birker the of altepipt to murder1 and stain.; thai lie" v ouid male another in thr -norning In some vvav or otnci tho news ot the vvitbdravval must have reached the cars of the prison r iol ,vhen Totistlblc "-a.'eod and t-eigennt Mav lor reached the hotist it 10 tO the bull liad rscaped trotii the cage A thorough search of the town was but to no avail iml not tnr ciigntebt clue could be found It is thought that he must hive made straight for the botlndaiv Imr, which could be accomplished in a few hours' time However, ib un- derstood that the nthet charge has been laid and if Stoddard ever re- turns to this cottntrv he will be severely dealt vvitli." MANITOBA KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Dauphin, Juno tollowi-ng are the olflcera elected, this morning tor the. ensuing ternr ,by. the Grand Lodge. Knights o[ Pythias, in session here: Grand Chancellor, W. K. Bates, Brandon; Grand .Vice Chancellor, F. R. Copeland, Dauphin; Grand Prelate, R. George McCulsh. Winnipeg; Grand K. R. and S, Modeling. Winnipeg; Grand Master- of Exchequer, Thomas Montgomery, Winnipeg; Grand Master at Arms, .1. M. Wesael, Regina; C. .1, G., R. Moore, Melville; G. 0. G., .1. C. Wllsoii, Winnipeg} Grand Trustees, .1. O'Hara. -three J.- Batrd. .ono.; vfar will be tT'ijipEitnii firlv tills atternooil Saskatoon has been choieu tar the convention of 1913. QUITS ITS WORK j____________ Manitoba Telephone Dir- ectors Hand in Their Wmnipes, June F C aud Commercial Manager W H Hajes, of the Manitoba Tele- phone Commission, have presented thair resignations to the government. The accountant manager of "the de- partment, H J Hoiau -resigned from his post some vieeks ago, when the special commission engaged in its .work ot investigation. The formal announcement of the resignations -svas made bj the Pre miei yesterdai afternoon Interview ed at the government building Sir Rotimond said 'The chairman and other members of the Telephone Commission have tendered their resignations, to take effect on Tulj 1 This naturally involves a re of the com This will be proceeded with as qilirklv as possible, and we believe to the satisfaction of all telephone us era, as well as tho public g-encralb." MILLIONAIRE JANITOR SCRUBS COURTHOUSE Regular Char Woman Leavei and Oliver Perry Clay Loses Patience Cleveland, Juno Perry Clav the millionaire custodian of Cuj shoga county o 000 court house, has lost patience w01 king jmlgps and surh who call daily to .ell him what a soft job he has Cliiv's head janttoi was called away suddenly She has not jet re tinned, tJlav s remarkable lion does not contain n subhead janitor or even a good utilltv janitor The cus- todian was invited to a dinner last night i 'Can't do said Clay spirowfully "I've got to come down at 1 In the looming and scrub up the Itooil" Glaj H hoping nothing happens-to tho overseer orthc cuspidors. FARMS FOR TENANTS V' Winnipeg, Mine Canadian Pacific are going to start demoliifra tlon faims with tenants Fach'farm will consist or luu acres aad will be rented for a period of jeftrn with option of purchase at the1! coat'price. The land will not f GEO. KERR CO, High class Grocers and'Provision Teas and Coffees High Class Seasonable Delicacies Imported Direct From England BRAND'S SAUCES AND DELICACIES A 1. Ran 10, delicious, liuitv, ap- petizing; price 25c. 30c 35C Ijidisi price 40c Woicoster Sauce Chicken Broth, price Soup in laisye Calt Keel Jolly, 10 ox Chicken Breast in ghT-s 55C Roast 'Turkey Putted Men Is a lor 25c 45C )C jc JC Oxlcml Sausage' 45C dl Boot lor Invalids in 6Qc .....3uC J'col Bouillon, 25r and U. B S Pickle IDEAL SUMMER BEVERAGES Lemon Squash, per liot.....45C (hnpe Juice pci botlle..... Lemon Cordial, per Lot. 25C afs FlL'Ildl 8- Ul1'' __ Mouston Lime Juiet', hot Lime Jmcc Cordial per but. 25C c. B Persian Slioi-bcl, but. TCaspliorrj Vinegar, per bot. 30C V: <1 B. JJCJHOU Syrup, bol. CHOICE FRUITS Itaspbeuies Choi lies Oranges, per 30c, 10, fiflC Bananas, large size......40c bcnies............ 15C New Camus, Turnins, Beets, Golden Wax Beans, Green Onions, Lettuce, Cucumbers, Watermelons. GEO. KERR CO. 313 5th Street South Phone 1453 KEEP THE FRENCH PEOPLE TOGETHER OUTSTANDING FEATURE OF POL- ICY ADVOCATED AT BIG CONGRESS Quebec, June resolutions were adopted in committee yesteidai at the Congress foi, encouraging: the speaking of French, which closelj un lied in the minds 6-i all maintenance of Catholic faith am ong French-Canadians in sections ot the countiy where the} ale m the minority It is this feature of the Congress which stands out before all others, and also the enthusiasm which greets ever) delegation who iellfe of what French Canadians me doing to secure the light of speakinj, French, and liaving it taught their children in the public schools of the Canadian West and of the New England states Among the group of resolutions ad- opted -iesterdflj which will be sub muted to the general asseniblj of the convention todav is one in favor of making a general committee which is desired' as the court of system for the guidance of different bwiic lies in the fight foi then rights while the sec ond resolution is for the formation of a closer union than hovv-exists am- ong all the French Canadian and Nu Tional organisations, both of the Un ited States and Canada. Delegates from the Canadian West and from. New- England as. well, as from Ontario pointed out the ne- cessity of. having a. better organiza- tion than now existed, and when that were completed the real work of the Congress misht be said to have been launched. Mgi Matlneti, bishop of Uegina, was an eailiei mover that Fiench Canadians who Wanted to leave homo should direct their steps, to Manito- ba and the Northwest, and take part In the great domain which .was going to foreign nations The resolutions as made suggested that Freiich-Caniul-' intH should be directed to the iNorth west, and Bishop Mathieu added that not only that but they themselves together so as to be or- eiaj In pirishcs That was one thing too long neglected In the Kastj and it was becoming more diffi- cult to form FrenchrCatia'dian parishes On the othel hand, when the native of Quebec province was left isolated, he. suffered by .adopting top readily the ways of Ihe English Canadians "We .said the liishop of Rcglna, "preserve the province of Quenoc In its full stiength, as the jlroi.ger and Wronger Influence would be felt in other Fiench of the Dominion Let Quebec Ihen, .i home but those keep her children at home, but those who must migrate, let them go "to the Canadian N'oitl'vvest, nnd let them srmip themselves logethei If we had 'done that thirty years ago rathe: than let om people go to the United States, what a poweiful Prenrh ele ment we would have in Wcstein Can add toduy There is loom for all, and 1 know of farmers who were poor, five vears ago who aic now seigneins" Mgr Mntbien also asked to have religieusefc sent out to the West, where thej could do as much good to their mvn people as to go TO China The Bishop also asked for school teacl.ers and prepatations, remaiking, he had an opening for a dootoi with an income of for the first jeii The Bishop also showed the close tie existing 'between the French tongue and the Catholic religion and if the filth was to be guaided so must the language which expressed that faith. ____ WARDNER CONSERVATIVES Editor of the Nelson Dailj News Slr allow roe space in voui valuable to show ihe public how good Conseivatives have been treated In Soul beast Kootenav Some few dajs ago some live iudi Mdualb of Hie town ot fl irdnei B C closeted themselves in a secluded place without rnj nubhc notice and formed a 'socilled Liberal Qonservn live voting themselves all into oiiice, with P Lund ah presi dent, who was a visitor at Lethbildge during tho progress of -the meeting, at the same time rot getting that we have an honorable membei represent ing us Tvvo ot the culled association have lilwavs worked their against the paity, and conntrj until a shoit time ago one took out his nat uializatioo papers for the purpose of obtaining a public position in the said town. This state ol things is likelv lo burl tho Conservative ;party, but arrange- ments are being mnde for a public meeting, in Ihe interests of the on bervative to rescind that has been done by the would-be association .IAMBS.CKIPPKN. Wardner, B C, lime 16 FATAL FIRE AT LOUISVILLE Louisi'llle! KyV'jiinc nei son" fcnfi'ltlired and tluce probably fat ally hurt In n fire in a looming house lh'3 Chailo r Uenhait and ''as not been identl on', bj tdciflrdmtn.- K. Dunn, n mmlclnn JumpM Irota a third window ami ONTARIO DEATHS William Hughes, of died todaj an the result of injuries leceived when ne was hit bv a passlnB-frelfeht train Bolt Hope, Tune Man- ning Hirbj, foimeily manager of the Midland Loan and Savings Co, died in his 79th year Guelph, lime 27 Fred Ritchie aged -7, passed awaj today after uu- dei going o'pe'ations Carleton Place, Tune 27 Gra- ham vvas drowjiPd in fhe Mississippi rv er here' tins afternoon Toionto, June L Daniels, a well known newspaperman of Toronto, and formeily ot Buffalo and Bianttonl, died todav Bowmanville, lune Dodds vviis found dead in-bed -today .Walkertdn.-Jime Grainger, i resident of Walkerton, for the last 40 died todav Originally a con- tractor be had for a number of jears conducted an extensive bievverj busi ness. Unreserved Auction Sale 290--Horses-290 At the Alberta Stock Yardt, Calgary, Friday, July 5 at 1.30 Prompt Under instructions from Mr lean Tenvll'e, Cnlgarj, v.ll sell the 210 head ot horses, bnnded !H on left shoulder T over lazj D on lefl jhouldei The above horses are aboilu SO per cent mares ranging in ages from 2 to S years and cnieflv of Ihe I'ercberon vvlth foals at foot, weights from 1100 to llr and any of the mares are bred lo n'registeied Per cboton stud (Imp 1 The ibove are being sold as Mr Ten ilie is leaving the romitrv and this will be found a fine opportunity for intend lug buvcrs A good portion of the nbovp-boiacs will be sold In car lots Terms Cash Phone 6347 R. A P. '0. Add're K ;