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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 11 THE DAILY HERALD itfeutlon Bonar Law Says Thai They Will Aid Forcible Re- sistance There Nr.casltf, Oct. in- iion: thf samr plalforiu KJxvatd ihc Vnionisl Js nkkclcd sttcl oven JnJ kept anycooiiiis utensil The tooray ash-pin catclits all the ashes. AI'I Andrew Bonar Law, in the House ol toot- fMttA support oi.thel'u- These features' ol .are so 'imromnt lhat the uoipin who it iarorrJ Home liule, FERRETS FINE Saturday, November Mr. took coutiauins lo uuract >f tlie agricultural world by his win- 14 the uuUeriier tor liio best ____..___. ..own at Ihe Dry eJ Product Bxposllion al Tulsa. 11 is only a fev dare since Ihe was made thu Arlbur Perrey tad won several jiriies at the Vi'innl- Land Shoiv, one'ot which ._. same oils shown. at'TuliA. 1 rather remarkable career 'OJ Mr. f rof as no agriculturalist is worth uotke ot iWss Interested in and i ot his uianv vrlnnhiBS on occasions" are worthy of. uote al tlie present time. It was not llll 19-J3 111 it -Mr. Ferrer to uirieulture. d' a by MS up lo bim to Into tue new ocoupallua. e rest' llVtetU'ad in the valley of the St. Mary'rii'er, s'oulli of Cardslon, illtnlay (row hb owu serliou of laud In the Si. .Mary's rlvor lottoui. and entered 1 It in the iadlvidiial display of grains, grasses and roots. Of course he twit first prize. You can't beat Arthur j 1'erroy, ou individual dls-l iiUys. The same display was entered as a dUtrlcl erttbit by Cartstou Board ot Trade aud the boarde. It Ihit what Arthur I'envyj toolc off- land i.-ent' district in the world produced at Colorado Springs, in ad- dition Mr. rYrrey took IS firsts, nluo seconds and six tMrds. back with the International Congress (u Canada In 3912, Mr. I'er- was au oihlbtlor at l.etli- 'fie year was uot a Rcod one for Southern Alberta, taking all things into account, and it was reared that humble tin tlle rey grower of sralu >tr." ion to the- he Herrey turned his atleulii iDlprovctbenl of'the'gratus aid from this'desire for improvement there developed a capacity to do and many prues that should stay in Can- ada? and In .Alberta, would' go else-; here. Bui Arthur Ferrey was on! hand with the goods. Drought did I not affect the laud Mr! Perrey farm- e'd. and so his exhibit a good one, so gooa that the Judges awardc-d him j Ihe prite' representing the sweep- slakes tor the world. For a second accomplish he had dream- ume then Aithur Perrfly carried ej in his particular sphere. Today llle individual championship tor his Mr. Kerrey is regarded as one o! I farm. ,liut that was 'act .all. Other prizes' numbering' 40 Were given I to him, making him largest prominent eiports of tlie province matters pertaining to grain. 'roots, vegetables, poultry and horses. Sold by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. COFFEE Blue Ribbon COFFEE ana BAKING POWDER Blue Kibbou perfection' lias been attained by years of careful stddy. There is no 'just as Insist on Blue Flibbon Coffee. Tea. BafeinE Powder, Jelly Powders and Eilracls. They are guar- anteed to give peifecl satisfaction. in by tbe lie said lie ro'Jld not speaV for Ulstar, hui telitTrd that such a irs-jll might even settle, the question there. Toe I'nioaisl Leader compared the situation in Vlilet to conoitioDS iu preceding civil war. He hr. had u'ned Sir Edward Carson attend tse'raeeiing, so tbat .the vvhicb (Law) had made at 'nicnlieirri Palace rally in July, to support I'lsler in her rp-sis- .iice to Home Kale might be made jerfectly clear. WILL THINK OVER OVERTURES Toe speaker maictair.ej that the Govcrntnent bid brought forward it lir.d proposals in order to confusr. th issues. II the sovernuiptt mofed to go lo the country the Unionist lea.i- would noC dtclinf- inc. invitation (o a conference and. would properly consider, any proposals read io Item with a real desire io find a-solution. Sir Edward (.'arson, wto followed Mr. Law, said -will consider all the overtures ate put into plain lan: tuaje.-' Iwill submit them, with Ihe beaf 1 can, to those' who trust me. But I tell the government that as-far-as I am concerned .olfe'r J will he of no., use unless it_ is Jcpn- sistent vfilh" Ihe" which the gbvein'tnent- has driven Ul- ster into- But it Is iu grains anil sraises that this farmer has put his'time and In these he has made a 'signal snccrta. It was not till 1907 that'Mr. Perrey showed anything lo amount lo any- thing. "That ywr I dlwlay VTM "it to the Industrial Exhibi- tion aud took first priie! Ir. Perrey bad a long list to his credit. At Calgary aud' Rdaion- ion he took 23 Qrats and 7 seconds. The neil year, 1910, at Calgarj- and 13' firsts 2nd 3 seconds 15 nrsiS'zaa aetuuut. were credited to him. And down to the present year 51r. Perrey his rnaiins tlli' fairs ot.his own province a success by his exhibits and It is however in his roin his own "country thai Artour Tovonlo. Out.. Oct. tor an order winding up Imperia Ixian and Investment Company made oy J. H. Spcnce, actios lor th Union Lite and G. .T. UlarksoD, liquii ator, before Mr.'.lattice th By consent the motion n; enlarged to come up on twelve da) notice -oefqre -Mr. Justice Miduleto Tlie lmirfriRl' auQl luyestme ,'ompany was incorporated iu 1SS with a nominal capital'slock'of .It is alleged tnil'the last re- port shows that of the capital slock, waa paid up. The I'nion ejrey, has uarr.e r himself. He liaa been an eiMbit- .at atid.esblbJUons of, an ternational natiirc.roflscvera] rears. ISM Mr. Ferrey did-.ririt.Tiul in an dividual of .ribbons at the Congress, of 1912. And more lltwi I tiiat-wbcn tho priio was awarded! for the individual official of the C. P- It. came atonir aurt offered Mr. nice .price for every grain arid, stra'tr, arid foot In tie enclosure, so lhat all the big Cordstori farmer brought home a tacks and a hammer. Of course lie had his clips aud no less than 20 of. them. His medals number 1C. 'and his ribbons ICO, and they have all been won-In the last four years. This year'.Mr. Perrey had the. sl'jft exhibit by one fanner, but Tnlsa' is a. long way from Cardslou, and Mr. Perrer did uot feel like tak- ing his products, unaided, so far.froni home, lie Oid ship" a biudle. of oafs E and word be. is awarded a J'aMo; for'bia 'rpubje. .j t' j The extefituenlal viols itill goes on. Jlr-jPerrey'-U.carrying of fall grain of all kinds and descriptions. On ills section of BAWDEN BROS. Special Values in Stoves, Kitchen Ranges "Western Hero" Sletl Kid-hen Range CO? ftfl 9-13.00 fur W "SunaKa" Steel Kitchen Range C4K Qfl ?55.0U "Paragon" Steel Kitchen Range flfl for "ROYAL" Steel Kitchen Range CKQ QQ 167.00, Steel Kitchen Range CCA 00 ?7o.oo, for COAL HEATERS 513.00 "Knterprise Scorcher" hot blast, lined with Clg KQ ..Fire brick, ?19.50 for Heater No. 5 "Signal Oak" 20 inch fire pot, fully nickled for "Signal Oak" 16 inch fire pot ?16.00 for for Eor Polishing bottle 50c' ;..-t'- 'TERMS sell on the monthly'Instnl- jneiit Plan. Cnll in ami let us talk it over with you. need lo wait till you have all the cash. BAWDEN BROS. -LETHBRIOGE'S'GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 70S 3rd Avenue South. PHONE 625 dividual eliibit Mont., coatributed largely- toward the clion of, grains hirlt.Cardston- dislricU-non.tue Or ace.--VIn' i Mr. er's 'prodacts' 'won Several oriMt: for sprinj'wheat, first tor f broaii! srassl first for sheaf of al clover, nrst'-for-Bheai of. rye 'at'Spoiane 'errey put in an'individual ex- ibit, L'aroston oislrict UVing firat nd Mr. but it ahouid i-.eiuemhered district ex- ilbit was taken largely from Mr. Per ey's firm. Sereral prizes ifere jlso won thai year. At Colorado -Springs, Colorado. In Sll, Cawlflon district and their big 'armer, Jir. Perrey, b'oln did a tig iand he has grains and grasses and vegetables variety some ISO. At present "js con; (thing his .attentioV'to ot foddar Oiat will, not wlriler-kHl: He] iiu found tlie hairy ve'teh a hardy var- i iety, and has two '-varieties of! s'rass tliat-'will'liVeHlirougli'] wipler. V .i In suite of all this agricultural glory Mr. a very, hu'nible man. He larrus for tlie pleasure' ot not prizes at agricullur'at ex- ;JIo one tlius'. far has bc-eu aile to- persuadcr-him to have his photo taken. When approached re- garding ft he' anscared that he didn't want face in tie. papers, and.the only sure of not liaring it iu'wfes to never jiave. a photo taken. DEAN ACQUITTED 'OF ROBBING BANK, i Phone Rural 114 your re sure Y you Lave tlie 'best. It's worth a trial lo-find out vliero you can get. PURE MILK AND CREAM SOME PEOPLE KNOW' ''KNOWN AS'THE MOST MOD- 'ERN IN'THE PROVINCE. Life makes JC..6IO. claim as a creditor for WORK ON MORMON TO START Carditon, AUa., Oct. on the uW jrorrn'ori-temple fs to begin on Monday said E. J. Wood starting the construction w'orl: for the tamdatiou will start H. A. Christ ecteni of Calgary, is to the construction of Ine foundation work at least, and perbaps of the whole The directors acccriin; to the last report, were: D. .V Burns, president; L'dward H Brown, vice-prMldsnt; H. Pollrnin, L. K. C., of nipeg: W. M. German. K.C., of Wei land and'Gerald Mnnlz, manager am .to a repreeeotatlve of this; paper day. do's not mean, of course, 'that team's and scrapers are to be-' Aulniboia, SasV.. Darmer thresh- qin al that time, but' the work, dt Jed l.aiO bushels of oats from a 10: the ground aud actually i acre field. A coroner's >uiy at Ottawa return rd a verdict ol murder by un knrjun in regard'to the death of Ab Kuh.ensUiri, t'r.ft hoakmaker dfa; in last- .Vugtisl. of choice MEATS cests 5 p.c. less if you pay cash at Delany'sitd. Phone 452 The Best of Everything on the Market One of the important contributions of the nature (o the fertility ot the soil is the great mass- of leaves that fall when frost comes. They, decay and compensate the.' ioil for what it has done; they prepare It for future demands. Their falling and their its toratlon of soil fertility illustate the great law of compensation in nature rrites the Cleveland Plain Dealer.'-' it [s common al tnis season ofi the year to hear cornplalnst abont the leaves.- They pile'up'ln the yard atio" many consider them unsightly. Mifny accordingly hasten to" gather and.con- tlgti the leaves carelesa'ot the of invoked'hi their des burn-the leVfes: Mid dead'.-'they still.jia've'Wr- o) futicMons to If'-oiie must keep'them off Ihe plie Weni In a., secure rlace. sprinkle, dirt1 over them and .let .nature' jirenaro' its na-.l lui-al ferlijizer for Ihe soil. ''Sprinkle' it jn .tbc flower bed'next and no'fe jTi'c result. Pi'it iti'hoiil ihe trees and kfip.p them in.'health.- Saturc Is wise In all ii-s plans. Since thp, tree spread iU arms and ifie new mou.irchs defied llie storms, the falling" leaves Have thus aided in soil replen'.'hrne'ni.anil help- ed succor all forms of plant life. VVhy not iiermit the plaus.'of nature to te carried nut. for riroduring that which nalurn dcllsr'nts to proiluco-for the comfort ot man? Don't burn the leaves. After Two Trials Man Arrested Los AMselei for Nev; West- minster Caie is V-et Go. New Westminster, D. C., Oct. :S. Charles Dean.twice tried on a charge r of robbing: the Westminster branch! of the Bank of llontreal of J271.000J in Seplember.'lSlI, was acquitted and discharged .today. In the first trial the jury had disagreed. Deari'W'aa arrested in Los Angeles, and has been fn 1 in custody here for over a. year. His (companion .1. D. MdN'amara is now I serving a term of 12. years for the of (be automobile .which .the crown ssld was used by the- men "Who robbed the banfc. extrad ed.from Ne-w York on.- cEarxs theft oE the ftutomobllft the crowu i ing. io secure; his extradition on charge of robbing tie bank. s WHITE I HOUSE 1 COFFEE FOflMER JAIL GOVERNOR DEAD SI. :Ttiomas, Ont.. Oct: (V. Moore, one of the most widely known residents .of St. Thomas, anil who. proceeding hta re'.'remcnt x yea ago. vat governor AVc, liavj; llio exclusive sale for (lie latest FuriiYicc Fan Hiivnci'. With this burn- er we I'd.coiiipclo with coal. model your 'Ji'iivnacc. f I- will cost you nothing for a demonstra- tion. The Southern Plumbing and Gas Pitting Company PHONE COOPER AND FIDDES 7J2 THIRD SOUTH ;