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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta r CHANGES IN THE PREMIUM LIST Dry Farming Congress Is Being Arranged For ____ SUNNY Spokane, Wash., March The yru- liminary premium list for the inter- national .Dry Kaiming Exposition which be held October 3 to 8 in connection with the Fifth Dry Congress in Spokane, pre- pared by Professor W. 11. Olin, of Colorado, superintendent of premi Diplomatic Relations With Argentine Republic Strained By Magi-ath's Speech. Ottawa, March has been very tie v to a suspension of dlplouu tic relations with the Argentine He public tliis week and it was all the iauii of C. A. Masraih, the giant fron Medicine Hat. In the course of his speech on 'Mon day last, the understudy for Lord Mi ner made a reference 'to the toy nav Patagonia, nwd added an expresslo WHAT 7 and awards for the exposition, [several thousand dollars in value. A I number of handsome trophy cups will be the sweepstakes and 1 special classes and cups and cash in the general classes which [cover every field of agriculture in the dry farming regions. Ample pro- vision is made for the competitors from countries and provinces outside i the United States, as the exposition, like the congress, is international and embraces every country where dry farming is practicable. Thirty- two sweepstake premiums iu the gen- eral exhibits and special classes alone are offered for international competi- tion. More than 200 lots of products NTTEIUI BROS. DllAYING Anil General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A, L, Patterson H. Patterson of. opinion that he could not see tha "the rounding off of Patagonian uu iouuiity by means of Us toy navy ha lidded to its pre-eminence. Now probably Mr. Magraih was like the majority ot the oilier members 01 he House in Unit he had forgotten hat there is now no longer such u country as Patagonia, and thai Pata- gonia part of the Argentine Repub- lic. HANSAUD HEADER OBJECTED tVinong the consular body of the Capitol of Canada is one Horato Mayer, who is accredited to the Dom inion in the capacity of consul-genera of Argentina. Mr. Mayer is a studious reader of Hansard every evening in his Coal, ice and PRAYING (Guess again) are named in the classilicd agricul- i tural and horticultural divisions. Exhibitors at the exposition will have an opportunity to compete lor two sets of premiums. The Spokane Interstate fair will take place Octo- ber '4 to 8 on the same grounds, but in separate buildings, and dry farm- ers will be permitted to enter exhi- bits in both events. There will be in cash premiums offered by the fair association and dry farm ex- hibitors may compete for these by rooms in the Kussel, and when on Tuesday night he read this pasage in Magrath's speech he made up his mind chat he would have an apology o blood. Thus armed he proceeded to th Slate Department and interview-in that man of peace, Thomas Mulvty.H put forward in mingled Spanish an broken English his demand for sati faction to the wounded honor of h country. He was listened to patience, even though genial Thoma bringing double samples, one to be shown in the exposition and the oth- er in the fair. Rules governing the Dry Farming exposition are being formulated by Professor Olin. A previous dry farming expositions, the rule has been to restrict exhibits to products 'grown without irrigation, sub-irriga- tion or seepage in regions of not more than 20'inches annual precipita- i tion. This ..rule has been found in- adequate, as it bars larmers in some regions in participating.iu the com- petition. There are parts of Okla- homa and other western states where {he-annual precipitation is more than 20 fiialies, acecvHng to the weather bureau records, but which are essen- Western Transfer Co. LONG BKOS. Proprietors Office iwxt Arcado Phone 1103 Ring Up 701 when you want DRAYING done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE I 1 I LIBERIA ASKS HELP FROM UNITED >TATES Provincial News T I Washington, March V.-vb- 4- Cruiser Birmingham, has been ordered T to proceed forthwith to .Monrovia Li X beria, upon the urgent request of the On improved or for the im- j government of Liberia which uas re- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. P. 0. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge presented to the state department that 4- it is powerless to hold In check thr T j rebellious tribes now in revolt against T ijt- It appears -that the tribes of Gre- boes, a powerful people, inhabiting the region of the Cabally river adjoin ing French territory to tbe southeast Y of Liberia, have rebeled against the 1 j Liberian government and are besieg j ing -the town of Harper at Cape Pal T i mas, where there are considerable interests. The object cf _ the insurection seems to be to force the Liberian government to purchase We are informed by Inspector Ifeyce the fifth annual camp of the Alpine Olub of Canada will ,be held at''Consolation. iMpraine weeks of July, commencing probably on Wednesday the 20Oi. The Club House at Banff will 'be open on June peace. 'A of the Standard' Visible Typewriters will convince the most skep- tical that it is the best ma- chine at any price. Others cost bet- ter. P.O. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. AIU. AN IMPOKiANT POINT OF LAW NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge Box 496 BEST COAL I of BritisH NTJT A TON dry [arming districts because the distribution of the rainfall understood hut half of what was sai And alter the Argentiun ladalg through whose veins course the blood generations of valiant Spaniards, had exhausted his grievance he was politely told to put nis complaint into writing in order that it be formally placed before the Secretary of State and the Cabinet in general. CLOSELY WRITTEN PROTEST And so Senor .Mayer departed. But. ie came back next day with a clcsely written protest ot several pages couched in three languages, Spanish, English and French. He laid stress upon the ciaim that Argentina was Britain's ally, that it bought all its war vessels in England (and who would dare to assert that England would sell a toy navy to any and especially that its the G. N. McLei X Phone 1089 BRAYING j; of al 1 kin d s p ro m p I ly attended to.- COAL V t Delivered 0. 0. 1) throughout the year, the high rate ot evaporation, or other climatic phen- omena make dry farming methods ne- cessary to the successful production of crops on a commercial scale. Hence a modification of the rules -was deemed advisable this year. Professor Olin is working on this problem. It has been suggested that for an Irishman Admiral that great Scot, Coch- Alpine visitors will again Deer News. join the Attacked toy his young collie dog, appears to have developed in ost 5uuucB on acute Strictly C. 0. D. Oar load lots our stags CH" raibies, W. Bla'tcihford, a homesteader of the Innisfree district, had terrible experience on Monday al- ternoon, racing for his life across the intervening stretch of cou-try between the watering place of his cattle and Ms 'home, and compelled at the last specialty. Skipped jt> promptly on receipt of order. available i raising crops "'be' in aue-.tac- basis in determining the classification of dis- tricts as dry or humid farming terri- tory. To arrive at the net available precipitation, it is necessary to con- The judgement given by His Honor to shoot down the pursuing animal H; j Judge Winters, in the Wren case, is of I great interest to stock men and set- along the international boundry. i from the -window of the upper story of 'lils Journal n show-ing mat if stock bearing a j Word has been received by interes registered Canadian brand is found ted parties from a North Dakota far squadron of mounted mmiia 'established at Pincner Creek this across the boundary that the burden of proof of ownership is on the person having possession of the animal, even the United States, and ihat the person nier that he is engaged in arrangin, lor the transportation of settler from that state to Burdett. At th present time he has secured the pro- so having unexplainable possession can I inise of a sufficient nunvber of farn be extradited and sentenced by a Can adian judge to a Canadian pentiten- tiary. For some years stealing has been going on along the boundary and a few more cases like this otie will sure- ere to make up a solid train load o 30 Tribune. John Silverberg, living near the I dian Industrial school shot and kille a black fox about two weeks ago, an ly have a salutary efect on the thiev- it oa exhibition in R. C. Brum ing of horses and cattle from the sot- tiers along the boundary. Golden West Realty Co.' Plione 623 City Agents the total annual rainfall, its monthly distribution ami the rate of evaporation. Professor Olin believes in general! retaining the 20-inch max- imum precipitation in defining dry farming areas, but with such modi- fications that will permit bona fide dry "farmers in distinctly dry farming districts to compete on equal terms with the dry farmers in regions most deficient in annual precipitation. creation o: Bourke, and rane Trie reply lie received is understood to have been couched in terms whicl allayed his anger. He was told tha the government could not be responsi ble for the individual utterances o private members, and that so far a tne Dominion was concerned it had on ly the most friendly feeling towards the great Republic ot" South America, with which consideration of "our most sincere friendship" he was bound to be content. But whether Magrath will apologize is another matter as to which the gov- ernment has nothing to do and as to hich .Mr. Mayer may have something o say. Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED head of young work horses, 1250 to M50 in i broken. Sale Stables 'Wood' Street, Lethbridge TEEL BEAM FELL INJURING WORKMEN. Toronto, March 19. While a gang workers engaged in erecting ar AUTOMOBILE FACTORY Winnipeg AT REGINA Mar. route from St. Paul to Regina, where he will ef. the first automobile factory in eight storey office building for the Tor W8Stern Canada, George R_ of onto General Trust Corporation at the corner of Bay and Melinda streets were hoisting a big steel derrick t- complete the frame work on the second story, this afternoon, the guy broke and nine thousand pounds of metal crashed to street making match- wood of the covered passage on .Mel imla street. and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Lots on the Cheapest Market j ton's window for a few days. He the took it to Edmonton, where Jie sold for spot Deer Ad- vocate. EACH i Situated North of Track Mtata Railway anil Irrigation Co. BRITISH PORTUGUESE DISPUTE IN AFRICA. Lisbon, March Diario an jnounces tha serious conflict betweer the Portuguese and the British officials engaged in delimiting the frontier ha? occurred tu Tete. a town on the south ern hank of the Zambesi river in Port ugucsc East Africa, and lhai as a re ;sult lively notes are now being ex 1 changed between the governments o Great Britain and Portugal MORGAN ENJOYED REPORT OF HJS OWN DEATH LETHBKFROl. Rome, March P. Morgan en joyed a hearty laugh this mornin: when he learned for the tirst time of the rumor that he had been tbe vie tim of a sudden taking off. When he appeared for breakfast at the Grand Hotel, wihere he has apartments, Mr Morgan found awaiting .him manj telegrams congratulating him upon Do You Realize What an Important Work the Kidneys Do? Do you know that every drop of you: blood goes to tbe kidneys hundreds of times every day? Do you know why? To be filtered and purified from impurities. That is the great work kidneys have to dp. They filter the blood. Then these impurities go to bladder and are passed out of the body along with the urine. Do you think it possible for you to bf well, inlej-3 the kidneys do this work thoroughly? It is these unfiKerftd causes backaches, head- aches, rheumatism, diabetes, Bright'a disease, etc. They poison and interfere with the whole system. If you have anv kidney trouble Kidney Pills do for you what they have done for thousands of They cure all forms of kidney trouble, fcnd they cure them to stay cured. Doiron, Charlottetown, P.E.I., was troubled with my kidneys for five years. They were so bad times that I could not cross the floor for the pain. I went to a doctor, but he did mo no good at all. I sent to druggist and got five boxes of Doan'i Kidney Pills, and 1 am glad to say that the Hnish and Overland companies, is a visitor in the city looking into the local trade conditions. This new venture in the automobile industry, which will bring to Western Canada an industry valued at giving employment to over 100 men is being watched with interest by the auto manufacturers of the east, and if it -proves successful will be followed by more factories in the course of the next two years. OFFICES BEING OPENED UP HORSES FOR SALE! One pure bred registered Clyde stallion, only fcur years old. lion. One Percheron Grade stal- Will sell either of these horses on easy terms, or ex- change for other horses o: 4- real estate. Apply to ROLE AS AN ACTOR INDUCED HIS DEATH Chicago, March Friends of Thomas Thome, the actor, who com- mitted suicide in his room yesterday expressed the belief last night, that his constant playing of the part of the reporter, wh'ose assignment was a suicide story, led to his self de- struction. Thome's only relative in Chicago, Frank Gilmour, a cousin could give nothing in support ol any other theory. As a reporter foe was represented going our. to cover suicide and was being overwhelmed by the sight of death. A new post office is being establish- ed under the name of Glen Banner on V. W. 14-7-6, W-4th 0. S. Bar- by as postmaster. Also a new post office is being estab iished under :the name of Wheat Cen- tre, on the North East quarter ot Sec. 27-15-1 S, W. 4th M., with Mr. John Nott as postmaster. BRIEF The C.P.R. earnings for week end- ing March 14th were an increase ol Hon. Brodeur will return from Pinehxtrst, N.C., within the next month. In a letter to a colleague he tatcs his hualth shows distinct im- rovement. Lord Strathcona has been appoint- a member of the advisory com- mittee of commercial intelligence of vhich Sydney fluxion, president of the Board of Trade, is president. Twenty-three automobiles were wrecked by fire which to-day dc- 1232 Redpath St. Lethbridge T The steamer Empress'of India reach ed.Victoria this morning bringing am ng her passengers the new Chinese onsul general to, San Francisco, unp; Luen Fong nnd suite and Chang Shan Tcck, consul to Lima, Peru, fa- mily and suite. stroyed the garage of J. U. Reeves in Camdcn, N.J. The loss is esti- mated at The American bottling works at Newark, Ohio, owned" by New York capitalists, was destroyed by fire to day. Four hundred men are thrown out employment. Florence Campbell, the little datigh ter of Edward Campbell, died in th hospital last night as the result o NURSE GOT FIFTY- EIGHT THOUSAND DAMAGES New York, March 19. The judg- ment of the lower court to Miss burns received while playing five in a stove. wit SEED POTATOES' i JMIU l MJ Vlliifc after taking them I was cured. I havt i evidently amused rather than sur-1 had no trouble for nearly yeart i Price 50 cents per or 3 for 11.25 prised for he said: "I am accustomed to such tricks. They are planned simply to affect the market moment- arily. 1 have never bofore felt a? well as 1 do now." at ail dealers or mailed direct on receipt of nrico hy The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Ont. In oolcrir.g specify Adic M. Hunt, a for loss of her legs in ac- cident at Great Neck, L. I., In Jnne, I'jOS, has just been affirmed by the appellate division. When her suit against the Long Island was first tried snc got a ver- dict for which was set aside as insufficient. On the second trial the award was and the rail- way onmpnny appealed. TANNING VAT Newark, X. -T., March falling into a vat filk'd with tanning acid Wm. Karcher was ground to dearh today by the revolving steel tables in the leather manufacturing works of Ulanchard Brothers and Karcher wns superintending the mixing of the acid to Tan leather when ho slipped and plunged into the vat. the mac.hinory was stopped he had been ground to pieces. NORTH DAKOTA per bushel FOB Coal- dale. Out of twenty varie- ties tested on my farm thst potato excels all in the yield and quality. EARLY OHIOS, PURE same prices; all potatoes have been carefully sorted, all small and injurcr" having been removed. I giiar antee them all to be perfectly sound. Prices subject lo change Xo order taken to be snippet' for less than 500 pounds. II. A. SUGGITT, Coaidaic. ;