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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H E R A L P PAGE FIVE Ail Executor's Qualifications H impeutlve Umt Bxwutoi of sour will lew- t obtainable Sail inss from Mont.ial and Glasgow Saturu.il Thc ideal way to the Contin- ent. TIcKctE for your friends.in Europe can' be purchased from any Railway or Stearnshlu Agent. H. E. LIDMAN. Gcn'l Agent. 349 Main, St., Phone M-5312 Winnipeg. nE MFN BLRVrJD Denver, Colo., Slay me binned to deilli cirly todaj l a (ire that destroyed thc sa loon and boarding house at file Oa Creek mine in Roult County, REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a conccnlrulcd Joori. Tea and Coflce nrc in no wise foods In where beer is iibeil as a Uible bever- age, djspcpsia is unknown So is stomach tiouble in general In Ocrirunj beei is more ly diank. ilian paruculn.l> jl meal time Tbe prejudice against slioiig stiinnlanls has in no AMSt impaired llio ot "Albutu's Piitle tiie most nutritious ot all IiqUid loods Tins beei is absolulcly pint-. This is no idle cliiim, but one that can back up bv piool Come to out Breweiy and will show you. To those value stiong digestive organs adMse "Albnta's Pride Beer" and we lecommcml it to convalescents because it is a tonic THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Talcum Powder Uie most refreshing and pleasant of ill talcs cliiliw fracrance, cool- OCM 'jii'il antiwplic htvc pUcH :t fortaiost amoni; talcums anil mnJe it favorite of many useri ueti of teiturc the to-ill frag. Are not equalled in other talc you CM buy. All Drugfft'sif, sjC. kr KVIKK10K UMITID.10IIONTO Practically 100 _PerCeMoFWlieat CONTINUED FROM FHONT.t'AGE PRIVATE JOHN CURRIE Of the Bth Royal Highlanders, Mont- real, who died on Sunday, the 5th of April He one 01 tbe most popu laf soldiers in Canada, and a veteran of 38 J ears' White Star Dominion Line .Summer Schedule From Montreal Froni Liverpool MEGANTIC May 9 Sit 4pnl 2-> CANADA Ma7 16 Sat Alr.-v J LAURENTIC Ma> J3 Sdt Maj 16 TEUTONIC May 30 Sat. Sat Sit Sat Sal. aud weekly- tlierenfti-r, Hook early and .secure. choice of accommodations, Secure prepaid tickets for your friends coming from Kiirbpe. Wo hiivo exceptional 'facilities for taking caie of this clabB of bus! ness Ask about our -1 weeks' trip to Europe 'for 1 190. WEEKLY SAILINGS FROM NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA bj the following lines Line (one class cubln steamers Star Une, Lcylaiid Line, Atlantic Trans- r rf Line, Red Star Line Hwttilng lists open for all iummcr Ballings Par spate, rates, fialllngi etc, apply to W. M McLEOD, C W.P Or to any or iteamahlp agent Whatever opinions In regard to the moisture mny. exist, and they are un- animously in favor of the present sen- son, the happenings in tho next two months tell the story of tho 1914 crop, and without rain, the story would not be worth the totting. 'Superintendent Fail-field, who gave the Herald a brief survey of condi- tions last night, pointed out how in 1013, the lack pf rain In .May and the early part of June ruined raauv a fine croj. "We have got to have rain in tills said -Mr. Fair- field, "and if there is a reasonable fall In. the nest six weeks, everything will' be all right." Experimental Farm In Bloom Tile Kxoerimental farm is bloom- ing profusely. Tulips and daffodils aro out, and the buds on the trees arq now almost leaves, .while the lawns are beautiful. Mr. Fairfield is arranging for a special farmers' and visitors' day at the farm each 'week, but has no announcement to make at present. Greater Potato Acreage The acreage in> potatoes this year will he large. Farmers are busy nre- paring their seed, and within the next 'two -weeks' planting will -be In full swing. i The acreage 'In wheat and other will be about the same as last !year. new ground has been hrolt- jeu, and-much of the crop has been :sown on summer fallow under the best of conditions, so that it is hoped, with a. reasonable amount of moisture from now on, the yields will exceed DAYS OF PERFECT COMFORT- OMFORTrelgni .upr.me on the Canard-Canadian Steanuhlpi. They operaled to appeal to the areaFSlorltir of the travelling public who demand comfort and safety above all ehe. Dining Room., Lounge.. Writing, Mu.lc, Reading Smoking Rooiha are attractively f urmihed. Stateroom, contain 2, I and 4 berths, with larg. C OGUVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD I Randan FLOUR NEVER VARIES m ITS SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE "Makes loaf.wUha crisp mist, wholesome body.nnJ fine flavor The 06I1VIE HOUR MIU> ntlUt. Fl.Williftm. Mcntrrol. For Sale By All Dealers Slid tub bath.. The New Magnificent "Aquitania New York, Fl.hgu.rd, Liverpool for 3150 pamtnger., Ml i ft. wide. From New York June 10th, July July 22nd and August 26th. Great Britain'. Largert Ship, the Embodiment of Proved Qualities of the "Lu.lranla" and "Mauretania ZZW Full f" to nUhic rcserrations tlv. r" to lud r.ilw.y or xeuuhln went, or THE CUNARD ST'EAMSHIP CO. LIMlTEP._ S. B. MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE. last year's record by many thousand The Jiual crop figures for 1013 show that a total of busn- els were raised in Alberta, an in- crease over 1012 of nearly ten mil-1 lions, so the prediction that there will be a hundred million bushel crop this year, made by the Herald some time ago, promises to be fulfilled. In a brief summary, crop conditions at the present time are excellent and prospects hopeful. The'following are the meteorologi- cal observations for April, taken by the official observer, Mr. El E. Eisen- .hauer at the Experimental farm: Max temperature for month.. Mm vtemperature for month... Mean temperature'for month.. >.umber of cloudy days Precipitation from January 1, 1914, to April 30, 1914 4.17 Total hours of bright sunshine 195.2 ENTRIES FOR BIG AUTO RACE AT INDIANAPOLIS Indianapolis, Ind., May seven cars, of which- eleven, are oE foreign make, have been nominated for the 500-mile automobile race at the local speedway on May 30, wliea the entry- list closed last midnight. France, winner of last year's con- teat, has six entries this year. Eng- land, Italy, Germany and Belgium will 'also, be represented. Among the famous drivers who have entered are Ooux, who won last year; Joe Dawson, 'who finished first in Iflil; Burmaii; Oldfield, -Andersou, Cooper, Bragg, Tetzlaff, De Palma, Mu'iford, Chassagaue, Ohristianens, Qayot, lloillot and Grant. CHARMING THREE-PIECE FROCK In pale-biscuit face cloth, the sash and facings, of tango crepe de chine. Washm-ton Mas 2-Under author-' lamalibn calling all 'not m military Washington nf! service ot the U. S." to surrender ,tj ot the president, Sccretarj ot, to territor- War Garrison today issued'a procla-: jn which -tho rj. S, troops are mat on calling on the people in the stri1 c 'oui of Colorado to surrender I As the troubled districts aro -wide- nil nrmb md ammunition to the Un- I ly' scattered throughout-Colorado no all arms .inn ammuui u Omccr will be in supremo com- ited States arnn ollicers m; ronn-d o[ the mmtary forces sent in- cliarge at the vatibus troubled locall- thc statc secretary Garrison will tiLb i 'issue his orders directly to the offic- Sicretan Girnson's proclamation aa jn o[ Hie forces in the addressed to Holbrook at varjous iocaiitics. idail is in the most sweeping terms and demands Hie disarming ol not only strikers hut- thc mine guards. The text oi the proclamation is "Whereas, under existing 'circtim- stinccs the possession of. arms and ammunition hi persons not in the i mllit.ii; of tlie Tjmted fatatra to provoke disorder and excite j doousiic Violence Jnd hinders thc res-i toi.it ion ol normal conditions of peace and food order, I do, by tin authority o! the President. of.. the tinted States, 0..11 upon and direct ail persons not in the military ser- vice ol the United States who have arms or ammunition in their posses- sion or under their control to dcli- icr thai forthwith to the officer at the plac- herein designated; ''Receipts I" issucd-'for. all aims aim ammunition so delivered. The applies to individuals, firms associations and corporations.11 The officer m command at each place troops aie stationed is i charged to post the proclamation. Secn-tai) Harrison's determination 1 to ussne tlie proclamation ior the sur- render of arms was'reached after ma- ture deliberation upon reports, (rom Jlaior Holbrook al Trinidad. It I was pointed out that in directing the surrender of arms to tbe army com-' mandcii at the respective stations, the eminent assumes all rcspon- loi the protection ol the pio- ninth individuals, associations, havo guirdlng on theii account. Kmiilinsis waftlaid upnn the [act that (lie sweeping ol the yroa- Not How Cheap But How Good Our second sliipinent tliis year ot Caldwell's.Molasses Menl ar- rived yesterday. We 'had. got down to Mlf a bag. Isn't it. worth something to tlie up-to-date stockman to be assured a fresh supply always of his favorite stock foods? An all round tonic lood for all an- imals and. .poultry. Our regular customers order Cnldwell's Mo- lasses Meal with faith in its cfTi- cacy; ethers }Vho never have fed It, accept -our guarantee without question; there .are still others who are skeptical of all stock foods. .'To these latter we say, try a sack and if It (Iocs not accom- plish more than we claim, your money will be readily refunded. For draft, driving, ridiiiB, race horses, show animals, dniry cows and. nil ot'ior atock U is un- equalled. J. C. Hanrahan PHONE 349 ATHLETIC PARK EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year Lethbridge proportion, at rale of 35 cents per represents a daily Ibss of to our district for each day of the year. Pmltry ouslness In Alberta will pay if jroparly conducted, for the beat of feed can be rained cheaply. A hen with cross seMn-elghtlis. White Leghorn and one-eighth Barred Hock, at lural College in the State ot Oregon a record of 303 eggs In one year; at 25 a douu repro- ach ts a gross -intionie of ?6.31. "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient" I have 40 ten-acre tracts 5 miles north east of the with full waicr right, for sale for per acre. ''The land, adjoining cannot lie bought for per acre in large tracts. These are ideal for poultry farms; some ideal sites for reservoirs, thus insuring a good water supply, and. natural 8as can Be supplied upon application, the Gas Company's iinaiii being half a mile north. Terms are easy. After first payment of. is riiade I will take balance in poultry and eggs at Lethbridge mar- ket price. An Auto'wlii be at Mrvic. of prospective purchaser, .very day 10 o'clock to enable tli.m to tractt. C. I Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL LETHPRIDGE ;