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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETUBKIDGE DAILY HERALD MARKETS LOOAt PRIPE8 Onln Prlow No. ind PrwIlltM fafraon: 61 I Northern No. 2 Northern Ko. 3 Korthera Nu. 1 Northern No. S Northern 53 Xo. 1 Unf W No. 2 Itfd 10 No. 3 lied................................. 06 No. 1 Tltnothv, ton......... JlS No. 1. Joint, per loa 114 Alfallj, No. 3. ton ..........t li.M Ko. 1 Osts Holler] Lire Hogs, Iho....................... dteswc.................. Mutton, live Mutton, dtcsswi Cattlo- Kleers, lire RUSH 8EATON TO SCENE OF 2SUD not .05 .11 .03 .12 Cows, Iho Cows, dressed 1'roiluce prices to Ilntter, dairy Butter, ctcarnety California tomatoes, per crate Cucuinuers, per doien flrcen oaionj. PPC doien bur.chcs Strawberries, per crale Carrots Turnips Beds .07 .13 .061 .11 .21 .30 7.50 3.0' 325 .02 THE HOSTILITIES Mcoio Jiw Club In a Through Accident to Bud Norton GREATEST HEADACHE CURE IN THE WORLD Tortyiss of Bj ONT., StiT. aj rd. 1910 "You the grtattst JleiJicbe Cure in the world, Btfoie "fruit-a-tivcs" caice before ine Jaw. IliE-teri- oua accident to Firtt Bispnian Norton, vho broko his les alldlnj to kite In the game agalosl Medicine on Salurday, the management ot the local club Is confronted ulth a k line up to do duly eeainit Cal- gary In the series nb.'ch cooioeuccs omorrow. Manager Weed ts also out by a pitched tall. Joe Seatou -Bill, 'sver, bo rushed to Calgary, acd he should greallr strengthen the Pitching slelf. br Stomach One ol )0'.ir traveller calltd oa me Tihtu I hail oncof tiiy Hcadiclici hid HIT htld aiuiOM ravr froul exttraal He iusUud on '-Fruit a 1 did to with nhst I maiitig results. They comjjletely curcJ me and titice Ihfa six jears ftgo) it is only for ine to taVe one to presen cic in my preitntgood health. TJTT. evtrj-ffbete iiave "I'ruit-l- 8t soc toi, 6 for tiie, 350 or sent o'J rcceip'. of price by LiniteJ, Ottitva. QUARTERLY SIM [mmense Congregations Gather- ed to Gleet, the Visiting Apostles From Utah Page' Carilslon, May the in- spiration o! an Lcyu.ning ol the building ot a temple cost 000, the tegular quaii-.tij coalerence the Mormon courcii ivnvts- cd at Caidston on S.aurJay and con- Cl.o.r St MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Mar mnrliels (odny K-ere: Open Close May............ July............ 33 Oclober.......... SS'.i 33-t 3JS July............ 35'J Jlay............ )14H July............. li'li 1J9H OlotJnfl Cnh PrlcM Xo. 1 Northern.......... Xo. z Northern.......... No. 3 Northern Xo. No. 5.................. No. Winter No. 1.................. No. 2...............-... Xo. 4.................. No. 2 O. Xo. 3 C. Kx. No. 1 No. 1 Feed................ No. 3.................. No. 4.................. Feed.................. Flax- No. 1 N. AV. C............. Minneapolis Wheat Open .._......... S3 July............. m Bepiemuor Chlogo Nay............ 90H July............ SSS Beptemter USii SS'i 74 70 91V. SOU KIR8Y60N WON SEVEN MILE RACE AT WINNIPEG Gettlngt Came In Stcond and Hep- burn Captured Fael Tlmft Prize Winnipeg. May Klrbuon won the seven mile road race on Saturday in It. Gettlngs tecosd. and Itepourn Uilrd, 33M5. F. Cheelfcam IltilEhed fourth, and eaplured the novke prize. The fast time priza went to Joe Keeper, a mark of 35 seconds slower Uian the time wade by Keeper'over thd eame courM lost year. CANADIANS TO MEET SOUTH AFRICANS JUNE 13-16 London, May Inlernatlon- nl lawn tc-nnl> match hetwein Canada and Soulh Attica for the u'avla Cup has been proUelonally Ilxed June 13 or 15 at tt'lmbleilon. CARDSTON MEN WHO ARE UN DERTAKING RESPONSIBILITY IN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cardston, May IS. An event ot Tea abounds in stimulating goodness. A most wholesome and pleasing beverage. IN LCAO PACKETS ONLY. Black, Green and Mixed. lto throughout CM .o.r tK on All of great enthusiasm People s-ithcrea n4 Jar. 'lie AlbpiU the Heart is tlonal boundars on tic soulh, and taking in tl.e Mclntjic lease anil all I (ue country west to il.e uouutains., Uishops and their presi-1 lienls ol Mut'Jals, ittl.cl SocietiPs ents of Sunday schools and their as- sistants all gathered to male the 1D "Arise, Shine." Violin F. Dickie. Vocal Hidiards KO rJyes ot Shout Flag Without a conference a suaess to take Lome its inspiration In tle.r people. JTcsident Wwin .1. J. Orant. the chair speakers I nr.d Mr. WEEKS FOUND, ROMEO HAGEN EASY PICKING Vancouver, May Billy WeeXs, former amateur middleweight choni- ploti ol the Northwest, easily outpoint- ed Romeo Hageu over the tllteen- ro'jod route at Stevenson arena on Saturday. Weeks bad In every roumG. a long lead WITH BUFFALO TEAM Boston, Hay De.Vogt, catcher, releiied to the Buffalo club of the International league by the Boston Natlo'nfla tonight, De- Voet came to Boston from the Christian his church life, and al.co addressed the congregation after tho induction. Hev. Thos. Smith, Magrath, oidair.eii Ihe elders and ad- dressed, them briefly on their duties in ttic congregation. The elders chosen by the people soir.e are Dr. J. liimer Ames, and Messrs V. Christie, H. Mclntosh, C. 1'icVun, and Vi. McD. Tail. Dr. Amos v.'as appoinled representative elder, and is alsu the lay delegate lo the I'te-Asstrahly Conference and General Assfmhly at Toronto. At the class oi the service Mr. Tail thanked the Prcsuytsry representatives for their services. Mr. Toomhs and Mr. Smith guests at thu ilanse while Cardston. CONDEMNED UNDERWOOD TARIFF SSi.4 91 8354 8S51 MARKET Mar Rogers Co., cable thnt there U no change to report In. the TMrktnhesd to- dfly, and Saturday's quotations re- main unallowed at lc> to centa per pound for Irish ateara. ENQLISH CRICKET London, Slay the clote of today's cricket, who declared at 333 for seven ivlcfcets, gained an easy victory over Leicester- shire, who only scored 183 all out, in tho second innings'. -Moateney scorp Ing 81 and Wood 35. Yorkshire had the better of Gloucestershire by 230 runs, tbe latter team being dismissed for 200 in the second InDluga, Dipper ccorlng 38 and Green 33. Susses heat Cambridge ty five ,wickets, declaring In the aecond ir.nlngs at 314 for five Psrls, 51ay Underwood Tariff bill, as far as U relatss lo HENRY HOLMES FARMING METHOD Henry Holmes, the Hajiror-d farmer ts for Ibis jear tlie ir.au in v-orlJ so far a; viheat raisirg Is con- cerned, latmk-veii lug hU niuloils ot r.audl'ng tar.il tkM grows Immense in dry Mr, Holaies said thtt he had T.-orkoJ out a uietbcrl of l.is own. U CauipbtU. iho tlry faiQilng specialist. 10 some estfrct b-Jt varies In ihal ii (s suited to the parttciUr dlsUic: In naiti- >Ji. Ilolaics is livlrg regard to breaking Mr. Holmes iMd That he preft-rred to break In Jane, and disc and voCk up lor the season breaking should be picked iho day It Is turned over. Back- setting in August or September puts the Iikat f'nlsh on It. but few can sicre the time, cwn when working as little land as a baK-seclfon, A Strong Brl'ever in Summer Tilling Mr. Holmes docs uot like the term "Rummer fallow." "Summer till" is Mr. HoSir yrt-feretiCL', Fallow nitans to He Mte and Mr. Holmes says ihat this is jast what the grojud should not do. U should he tilled constantly all the' summer. Tbe plan Mr. Holmes has adonteJ, which he advo- cates fa tWz: Tfie ground siiO'jM lie d after the binder. Last fall on ihis man's farm a liarrow UJLS ned lo his hinder, end as the grain vas ciH ihc ground imme- diately This started all tbe veto's before tho frcst came. thing in siting, or as EOOQ as frost is out, the disc 19 set to work again, time it Is for the purpose of con- sen leg moisture as well as deslrojing been appointed by the government to EXPECTED THAT THE SUPPLE- MENTARY ESTIMATES WILL" STAGGER HOUSE WHEN PRESENTED reports from foreign siussionar- 330 ihe High Council met and at 9.30 the flishop- ric. At. 10 o'clock a Sunday school Zitte S s ir50 was held at ,ua, A "w Ivans addressed the children on the life- of Christ Icom Ilis birth lo His resurrection. Solos iriefly addressed the pattering. In the afternoon lira La) ton told Hill.Spring, reported his mission at Jklahoma Sylvester wittily re- 'e'rted to his labors at.io.-'g the peo- ple of the Xctnerlanils; Chos. Hin- inspired hi5 hearers with a let- erence a to the birthplace French industry was energetically ttsj cbndemned tctJsy at tha monthly ol the'.Mormon' faith, and Adam Get- tieDian spoke'ol his labors at Naroo, in Illinois. "An ojcil lady, Mrs. Hope, sang very sweetlj, "1 know my Fa- ther iuoB's." The address oi the atlerhoon was that by Apostle 5lcber J. Grant. He took for his subject a-discussion ol hymns, .singlnj, ar.d praise in congre- gational worship. Apostle Anthony W. Ivans took for his text the T'assaee fr.om EcelcsiaB- "od ami teep His cora- Fronl this he preach- The regular afternoon meetins vras large and was presided over hy Pre- sident Wood. President Williams and President Wood presented the au- thorities of the church to be sustain- ed bjr 'the stake; Apostie Grant preached 'a gospel sennon and Aposl.e Ivans "addressed the gatlier- ng on the use ol temples. The choir as usual, sang several seictions, and the Misses Archibald a duet. The' evening session of" the confer- ence was in charge- oi the Mutual Im- >rovemcnt asssociatfoa of which Mr. J. Walter Low is president. An in- teresting program was presented, in which both of. the aposfles took part. 1'lcmipg then done in the latter part of June and July. The disc is p-it1 in the shed EO far as the summer tlll- iut; is concerned at Ibis stage. An Acme drag harross- is Mr. Holmes' pet implement, ar.d he uses It every day. As a usual thing on his farm, half the horse pOTver used for plowing Is put on the harrows. That Is if sis hoi-sea plow, three are pet on the harrow. Packing Is aleo a necessary part of summer working of the land. The land Is worked down with harrow- and oacker Just as fast as teams can do OUau'a, May IS. The Cabinet Coun- cil c.n Satuiday, It Is understood, fin- ally reused the supplementary esti- mates which nlll be tabled early la Ihc week hy Hon. T. White. Min- ister of finance, anj wbich promises to be pretty heavy. Tbe railway sub- sidies for the, year, which will also be wrought down before the close of tho were under review. nterest in regard to The chief centres ing of (he national ass'odatioiToI In- dustry and commerce. Deputy Gtorge S. Gerald world has seen how the United States by Us Pacama Canal act has violated the Haj-Pauncefole treaty, aud how tho State of CaltCcrniar has the United States treaty wit11' Japan. Tile pttjectid tariff, whi :h seems intended to subsidize Arne.lcan shipping, violates twfcnly trcatlcs, yet I still hope that Ited Slalca will liable to arrange a practicable agreement." manJraenls." ed an earnest AfJer.cc ol Mormon prin- ciples. In tl.e difTcrence ol creeds he saw an Indication of gospel error and advised his people to cling to the laitli as Uuehl tlirm by tbeiu church. Musical Program OH Saturday night the TaherLacle Choir, assisted hy local autl outside talent, gave a splendid musical pro- gram. Mr. Frank the leader, dcsoEies great credit lor the effici- ency to which he has hroueht the or- ganization ami tha success 'ol the on- tertainir.tnl IJ. K. Lamb was cliair- TO SAVE CONSUMPTIVE CHILDREN M'FICfl REV. DR. CHOWN SAYS THERE IS NEED OF REVISING HISTORIES THE MEDICINE HAT HAS FINE STRUC- TURE WHICH COAST OVER AND PAID FOR Jloy batul tome new Fifth avenii! Methodist Church, costing over J50.000, was op- ened today. Rev. H. P. Mnrr, of Cal- gary, secretary of tho niblc Society, formerly of St. John, N'.H, preached. The building opened practically free of debt. Dedication will be conducted neit Sundny hy Dr. S. IJ. Chown, as- aoclnle general superintendent of the church. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, Winnipeg WHO WERE foORfl AT vnsrorf Vancouver, May the final session of the Methodist conference on Saturday, a resolution commending the proper celebration of the one hun- dred years ol peace between Canada and the United Slates was passed. Dr. Chown; general superintendent, declared that tho history teU boofcs in Canada and the United States should bo revised so that the rising generations could he brought on facts Instead of fiction. Ifc said lhat the war which ended tn tbe Independ- ence of the United States hid not been a popular one In the Old Coun- it 'Harrow After say Holmes Harrowing alter rain is Important. Mr. Holmes. After rain that wets through the mukh, the pound should be stirred up. And this should he done as horses can bo put on the land. It should he stirred on the moist side till it becomes the size of small hen When this size it will not blosv. The land should be kept in this condition till seed lime If for fall sowing. 1C not sowed in fall, it should be ivorketl again iu spring with Acme or drag harrow, and made ready for tlio seeder. Ground oa -Mr. Holmes' farm is sometimes harrowed atter tho grain is up. In the spring ol 1310, wheat was given nvo gooil har- rowings after it was fcjur Inches high. When asked ahout plowing, Holmes said he believed lu Jeep plow- inr, but not In the first creaking. He thinks three and n half inches deep enough for h-rcaVing. inches he gave as the minimum. Successive plowinss should Increase Iho depth to six or eight Inches. Mr. Holmes' Mar- quis whtat. wilh which he won the llumcly engine was on land plow ed about seven inches deep. It ME sown on April IS, and cut ust 24, hut could have been ilown sev- eral days carlitr. Holmes Not a Heavy Seeder Henry Holmes is not a heavy seed- er. His Marauis was sown one bush- el lo iho acre. Kortoff strain of Bed Fife he sows halt a bushel lied Fife nrouod tl.i: Canadian Xcrlhern, It hav- ing been refuted at various times dur. ng the scEbion that aid to extent of many millions would he given to the Mackenzie and Mann tnterprlsef before the House rises. The presence In Ottawa of Sir Mackenzie for several days last week, revived the speculation as lo the Ca- nadian NorthtTn aid, but whether It will he large or Einall, the secret Is not locally 10 be revealed until the annual subsidies are tabled la Parlia- ment. EXCHEQUER COURT' SITTINGS" May autumn sit- ting of tho E-xcbetiuer Court In West- ern Canada have been [ixed as fol- lowe: Prince Rupert, September 25; Van-. Oclober 4; Victoria. October S-, Calgary, October 14; Reglna, Octo- ber 20, and Winnipeg, Oclober 23. try. It bad been brought on by what was kno'n-n'as the King parly, and the great statesman Pitt had spoken tfmc and again against the attitude of Bri- tain. NOMINATED A SCOTCHMAN Saskatoon, May a conven- tion of Liberals Al Ilanly on Satur- day, MacBelh Malcolm was chosen as Ihc candidate lo contest that constit- uency In the coming provincial bye el- ection. The ctecdon Is made, neces- sary by'. Dr. J. WV MacN'eill vacating the sent to become superintendent of the provincial asylum at North llattle ford. gtts 40 to 50 rounds, and Alberta Red 30 poumls. This year this firmer sowed 35 acres of X'arijuis. one bush- el to the. acre, Od land which ho had carefully summer tilled Tart of this will go to the ne-vt Dry-Farming Con- ?resi at Tuala, Okla, from which Mr. Holmes expects to nKiin.hring hcoie a prize. The holder of the world's prize for whaal is very careful in his selection ol seed, lie Is In close tcuch with all the hlg seed houses of Canada, al- and demon- Quebec- WE1 Last wflek Ihsre M Uio Wtitsn Sa-iltari.im for a new building 10 be devoted to the care of children suffering from the dltessc. The thaory is that hereditary ebruumptlon may be. checked, possibly by cstchina patient in Under years. Abavc are oome of scenes from the new Institution. Mary Moie, aged 22, ended her life with carbolic acid at Owen Kour.il. Her father is dead anil her mother is in an aayluin. ipEriment.il and d s In all.tho'pTOvir. .ces-.: so with the e stration farms thtte he sets ideas In Eclcctlon, arii Ibis, with his own In- born ability to decide what Is best for himself, makes him a roan who is well fit to others. Mr. Holmes' prize wheat has at scld at ?4 00 a bushel. He coulrl have had more for II, but ho wished rath: er to take a lower price in orcter trm the smaller formers who would buy I retail might be able to gc.t It at a reasonable figure. He Is careful of his seed, this mm Holmes. He stacks his grain, r.ot be cause he cannot git o thresher he wsntsi if, for he is part owner I an outfit himself, but that the grad iiny improve in the stack.. List (a Mr. Holmes tcld the writer thai he be lieved his Marquis wheat which h stacked before- threshing, was a bs ter aampb of grain thit what hfr show ed at the Congress. Sweating, h thinks, Improves the color. Then, too In this western country, threshers ar cot always available when wante and ofun grain has teen rulne through rain ami snow lhal coul lava been saved If slacked at an op- portune time, THE COUNTESS OF CREWE Who entertained the King and uecn recent'y. She was Lady aret Primrose, daughter of- Lord oseberry. The Healthy Sleep of Childhood i It'i yeran H j deep c-n a SUmco- Not i (etched citbc r when reftllM that Sumca-Kinr" vp" not raerelr wilh the cleanest cotton, woven Into beautiful layen by iptcia't machinery, 7hi4 "StamcoJCing Mattress tlein, tnd firm, yitteiny to Use body to cromale celuitiM ol (very andwwnJ ilctp. II yoa the tM horn hw money buy better. All rood tfte UycKfi cinnot i-Jpply yw writa ii> wiB Iti3 yoa vrbcre 7 SUmco Limitttl, ;