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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 7. THE U5T1IBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE W..B. SHERMAN, Mtnifir. Phone ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, November 9 FRANK GOTCH World's Champion Wrestler--alio MAHMOUT Ths Terrible Turk Prices: 75c Gallery SOc MAJESTIC THEATRE a. SHERMAN, Minogcr. PHUNE One Night Only Saturday, November llth Return Engagement of the Famous Musical Comedy Madame Sherry Great Reduction in Gal- lery Plan of Seats TO DAY A Magnificent Production TO- NIGHT Slii ring Settings and 31ai Sfiiac Ci.iH. FBOM ITistoi-ic-al Play Written J'.j G. li Tl, porn lid i in i ii inouJ -'ungHi heb in lite Ihnlluig eiidina ol Ooiinl DC Fjoxingv And Th ice Coinplolo llncls pea ling. iiislnif aiul in (MCI iSEF IT! doliolnhil HEE IT! COAIJXCJ! and 22nd "The Ci'iisnilers" V S30 000 1'iodiK COMING! RK-LE COMPETITION l.omlun, new Imperial leiige rifle rompvHilioit will be inrqnghollt the JOnipire oil uiv Bailable rauge between April 1f> M I'M" Lieut Col km given a challenge cup of 100 guin- wilh silver bronze commem- J-ativc .medals, and J2.000 in prize loney. Tile competition is open to lams of I'orly from any unit in bis sen ice the first prize be- ic I mphe challenge cup and in money with forty commempra- nve medals. The senioi anil lu contests for the Impeilal rhalleng Shields, valued at S500 Vol. Shnmalrar offeieil will u, in Tune, the. object beini: to courage boys throughout iq learn the use of the rifle Kmni OEATH OF i-ondon. Out, FRANK LAWSON 1 n son, president of the firm of anct .lones, and one of London's lies Known men died tod ij in th loan Hopkins Baltiinon wnere h'J had gone two weeks ago t ic treated for acute ntQnmch trouble. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVI INSTALLED IN VAULT A NEST Ol> SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES YOU HAVE ANY TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD UK LODGED IN OF BOItl) III runTMtd INPOffMATIOfl 4PPLV TO thbridge Branch C G, K. Nourse, Mgr. RURAL POPULATION IS GOING DOWN J.J. Hill Discusses irmiiig (HIT in U.S. c, Wash., Nov. the work of agricultural col- leges, I he scarcity of compclcnt farm lahor, the diminishiiig food .supply (ind other econtMiiic qticstJons ai't' tlis- cusscfi freely by .lames; J. Hill, chair- man oi "tlic hoard of dircclors of the Page? OPERATION HER ONLY CHANCE VVasCuredbyLydijaE.Pink ham's VegetableCompoun cfl'urU bring tlic belter methods ot cultivation dii'iicl to tin; fanner. "AL the Nalio'ial KMticntioiuil a.s- j .squiation meeting, lust year, u spcuk- cr ifiud '1 recently hcanl u young :iigrluulltiral firuduatc, who Iliad jjinccri in charge of ;l farm, ilcploi'c the fact that lie mid others like him could go through college and I iii i uuflii inu LU uiiiiiK, nil receive hat-hcior s m iigriciil- IMnkliam for what her kind aclvicu an tint! wil.hyiit anywhere, citlu.-r iu high school or iii college or on a farm Icnriifng. how to plow, or dig a ditch or luuiii-ss a horse, or milk a "What, will help a former is (.real Norton, Ra.lway company, U) a letter lo DUVH! Urown. uhalrinan of the local coinmUlcc of Hie National Dolllitry Life C' V.I. Hill L'lidorscs till' aims mid of tin: nation-wide farm better- ment, movement-, to be laimuluiil in Spokane, November W to 29, mill iliis can In1 done by Khowiug him on his oivi: farm, nmnr liietlioils auil onlv rufailts u'lille UlC hern showing the farmer lirejiaration of ,1 small how obtained by through the plot of ground, say five aeres, it will do a real service liy oh-ji0 fnitiyme. bis land. Inning autliorilal-ivi! information "Manual tri-iiiiig' would Inch it ivonlil be possible tor lliej mimuut-'lo anything if the firmer of the country to mil into ac- notiactiiaUy make 'things, and (lie Uu! use, adding'among other tilings: !snmc apjiiics io (be cultivation of Always Hie first and most inipor'-1 farm." Hit matter is to reach the individual! I lie farmer being Inter- K 1'inkhitm's Vegetnblo (ton has done f( inc.. When I wrol to her some tim ago 1 was a vcr sick wonian, su feringfrom 1'pina troublea. I ha the female orgaun aiid could no or walk an distance. At last was confined to in bed, and thedocto said i would han n ner and show bin: what be himself :an do on hi.s land. The most high- ly educated agricultural professor or' Mr. 1.JJI1 teacher, when placed upon a farm, j "fiur 'agricultural estcd in; the prosperity oi tiic n'Mn. Ciirner and the business to no through nn operation, but this vefiixeil to do. 'A friend advised Lydii icver i Pint-ham's Vegetable Compound and now, after using tliree bottles of it 1 fcellikeniiewwpnian. Jmostheartilj recommend this medicine to all woinei wliosulTenvHIi female troubles. J have also taken Lydia E. 1'inkliam's Liver i'illa and think thcv are FKANK Ewstnv, J.indsay, Ontario, wage- cannot understand why women will take nuances with an operation'or drag but. a sickly half-hearted exist- ence, missing- Inrec-fpurths of the jo ago iJO per cent, of Ihe'cntirc population of the country. II. is now less than 'one-third. Forty can do little more, ii anything, be- yond adapting his eron to the soil. To select- good seed and to properly cultivate the land-that'is ail wjUiin j .lgo the afrrlculturaf population Jie reach of the average firmer. to'.raise food for their own l.'o can or should know wbot crop mouths'and for one additional moulh his land is best adapted to raise. He N'0w we have to raise food toi can test bis seed by taking ;a bun- j additional mouths, dretl grains ot each kind and planting! "Uelying "up'on 'our home market tji-o them in a box. of average soil place the box in a place where sun will shine upon it. The number oi grains that grow will give him the percentage of good seed ffoiii which be will get results. lie should' ILSC every particle of barnyard nvan- uit as fertilizer and be'sliould pre- pare his seed-bed by thorough ctllti- v ifiori' before planting arid then it i' o 'rt be well harrowed. I 'That Is-iiractically-'alr'-liliat the and j which was furnished -mainly by the the agricultural port-ion of our commun- ity, we had industrials til we had destroyed the proportion between production and consumption, anil the time-is rapidly approaching, if it is not.already bere, when many of our intlMstrialsMrill be compelled to seek ;r marlie't- in other countries their production or cease to pro- best .informed agriculturist could do under the same circumstances. If the farmer is successful in raising [nil crops 1 think it, is fair .Ho thit he can he ll listed to- all his home surroundings anil his social condition.. If his farm work' is well done and the re'suli.s are crops the other work will not appeal labor leader' not poor iluce. The scareity! of good farm laboi' today is felt by every farmer in the country and of it- is, com- pelling him bis cultivation liractically to .what can be 'done by machinery. 1 very difficult to get farm' labon'competenl: or willin. lo t.ake proper care of live stock Oi cow. .Still, to him nor can he afford to '-spend much time or money on other mat- ters. 'Most of the men who discuss ag- ricultural subjects arc 'apt to talk- over the heads of their audience and to talk about natters beyond the reach of the average farmer. Many of our agricultural schools are more engaged in turning, put teachers rath- than farmers. In the agricultural countries in j f uiope, agricultural education has Further-advanced than with us. Great UnUin'bas worked at it. for a ccn- lun ,ml has raised its yield oi wlicat from M or 15 bushels per acre to 33. Denmark, will; an area of about twic, si-f.c of Massachusetts, lias more Ulan 50 agricultural colleges and schools and in practically every iLighboiliood experts are assigned-to leln the farmers in a practical and common-sense way. In lielgiuin ev- en school must maintain garden1 of at .W. square rods. All these if you should ask the country be would tell you there is too.ranch la- bor jn the coiinirv and that some steps should-be taken to restrict immigration of class. "There are ccrlain laws that, gov- ern these questions, regardless of nmii-niade regulations, and as long as wages are higher in the United States than anyubeie else, peop will come here." e national board of governors I he co'ngrcss will meet in Chicago November 7 to discuss the progra ind plans for a series of practic lemonstrations, dealing with the ru iMlome, school and church, roa iioyjng, improved conditions su the marketing of farm pr ductS'-nnd other subjects related farming. The local committee csl mates that from to fa piers from many parts of the Unite States and Canada will attend seven days' me.ning to Take plac diirjiig tlie of the fourth Ni tional Apple Shou sng- hree-ours o e joy of living, without first trying Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For thirty years It has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women -who have been troubled with such ailments as ulcer, ation, abroid irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion nervous prostration. SEVENTEEN COWS ON A "JAG" Fermented Apples Cause of Big "Bo- vine Some" Reported by East-" ern Milk Dealer uieeuwich, Conn.'. Nov. Ii So'ren ensen came u.n from Banksvillo today "id reported what he referred to as no biggest "bovina souse" in his re- collection. tie declared that seventeen of his ov s h ul been disreputably drunk for wo days, anil gnvc tills at: his exciiiffi or failing to make prompt delivery of nilk yesterday and today. Jensen s one of the biggest milk routes in roenwicli. _ lamented apples were at the bpl- oill of the Banksville bovine scandal, enscn'-j orchard furnished the Hat have been carpeting the ero'u unefttii lira trees for weeks. sounds of Iwavy breathing from til bedroom, off tlio sitting-i-ooni. n opened the door and peeped in. an 10 his surprise the vigorous sleepe fat' none other than William Slever. p'ielding, ex-Minister of Finance. 'Look here." said .Mr. Uoherty t the janitor, "I don't mind turning i man out of office, but I can't ver; well-turn him out of DISMISSED FISHERY OFFICERS Ottawa, Nov. fishery of- cers were dismissed in Ontario yes- orday by the department of rnnrjnc, nd it is announcad that their places be filled by provincial officers.' GOING TOO FAR (Toronto Saturday lion. Uoherly, Ihe Alii: of 'justice, wrnl to n lariniuiii hoiiso at Ollami when lie j rived ID laliv up Ms nllii-ia] id asltol for a 'uncln-lor suits ''Illilil c-ti time his 'should arrive, was shown to n certain apartment the janitor ami wan proceeding to ako himself comfortable for the nignt, when he lieanl unmistakable SUFFERED THREE YEAnS Till Dr. Indian Root curvd till There are few diseases tliat cause mnrr mlTering tlinti Kidney Trouble, Mr; F. A. Tliomas, of Sndbnry Ont.( it o'n oiia of the city's magistrates, epicures and ch'jfs have 09011 thrown, into a >amc, while the keepersof hotels estuurants are confronted with'the wr.slb.Wy of having: to rearrange hair menus and bills of fare ajong HOB which according to pi'ssent me nods would be simply idiotic! ,The ecision to cause all this excjtement s to the effect that the cucumber is fruit within the meaning of the law n Caching this op! n ton 'the learned jage disregarded the ft ell- nown Mr. Webster of .dictionary irne, who notes that the: succulent "onioter of indigestion has been cul- ralMd as a vegetable "sjoce'the days f Moses A niaglbirat" hoo- ver, reasons from the analogy of the iiterniG'.on and others; of its class, nat anything growing op a vine is a nil. Mis decision, therefore, tie pumpkin, egg ant and even the lowly gourd from ic vegetable to the fruit claw. ,-Tbe restion came up hi the interpretation Ue law requiring lelleriP of-fruits id various other articles to 'have a cense from the city. If the. decision to be generally accepted it will in- >ive a rearrangement hotel menus that pumpkins and egg plant j ma> placed along w ith cantelonpe nong tlje, breakfast delicacies on e bill otifore It is pointed out that me other judge U Hkelj to he call upon lo wrestle with the problem Headquarters, the finger prints were tmotographed and experts of the de- partment began comparing it with the othfcr records In their sion At length an identical of prints was found. They had taken from ;i man arrested for burfr iary over-throe years ago. ives were set on the man's trail, he was arrested and this week the grand jury indicted him on the mute evi- dence afiorded b> the careless placing or his hand on the dusty show can bo Important is the Bertlllon ot identification considered that a scnool has just been started at police leadfiuarters here in which detectives' are being instructed not only Inline art. of identifying fingei pnntf b.itt ilso in the observation of diitinjuiih- ug uiarkg about the ncse, eini 'and )tu-ar physiognomical details regard- ed of scientific in identifjlnir riminals. This ichool Is under tl'e direction of Captan :Faurot who .has use retuined from studying the ijs- em as it is used in Palis The priud- is are ail the detectives of. the pen- raJ office force. Wealthy. Beg flan That, the income of a really.-'firit- class beggar exceeds that of .most. skilled laborers, ringing from, to eigot dollars a day, is tlie testimony ot: Montreal's cleverest feminine mtu- meant who according to her own showing been extracting man 13000 a eat from the pocket? of whethci peanuts and potatoes aie jpaoseis bj All that is needed i uits since tbeso 4lso grow on on a prominent street, ough not surface the prominent emplojnrent of profes- sional wiles Am sort of phvsiqal ction likely to arouse sympathy A School of. Observation 1'iie ajstem of identjljipg criminals ringei prints had a fat and mi :ial demonstration ot its 1 TP s week A ahoit time ago a loft the wholesale district was broken o and worth of loot was car d In lool.lng ovej the otmd the lie'xt day ;the central office tectives found some finger pi nits the dust which coierpil an emph a ml unused show case in 'the I'aar or the establishment EUdeqJly tlie uurglar'lmd put his hand against it wnile groping about the'place, -'This chief requisite and if nature ur accident has .neglected, to furnlth the malformation t.bere, are plenty of ex- perts who-can counterfiet such afflic- tions for business purposes during working hours. As there are several persons in Montreal who make-beg- ging .their regular -to say nothing of the nmny more thousands wiio indulge in" it it Is estimated that the toll extort eveiy jear inns into tlie mi'i lions RECORD IN APPLE Raymond Town Council Raymond, Nov. the diet nvaet ins of the Town Council, the. fiecre uiry-Treasurer waa instructed to not ty persons interested tutt thej are expected to take care of: thei'j'1meters d that they will to pay damag from bursts, etc. .They. Will be ad 'it'3d to turn ihe stop and. waste SOCKS on cold nights It wag report ed that pumping had been stopped on -uindaya, as there was, more'water variable now than would supplj two owns of Raymond's size. A communication from th.e Bonid of .'aucation was lead, asking s hail been collected, and it was de lued to turn over to the school funds ouuu. i-'onncillor Fox reported thai wpc end and oakum for the had raved. The Mayor suggested that the chair- an of tl'e Tne, "n'ater and light ommittee order the the inumlll at the spring, and that it to jed again for pumping. A rebate of 111.00 was made !o .1. u. Aired for ta on land nqt linn me -iown limits. Hay Pov superintendent of pub nc works, was present and sugjeiUd mat the council build an oil home at: me spring to hold two or relg of ga-J. It costs the same to havn four barrels delnered as one He alio suggested the purchase of plp% cut- ters and dies, In order to save the ej pence of having the done it a Plumber's sir. resigned hie poilUdn ut i He pump house, and Mr Pewtll was commissioned to look it There were present Major Young, uouncillo.s Rolfson, Foi nd Card. The lolloping accounts to .be paid Town Wm. c, P T Holt 1110, Ray Pom- en, (60 I! Norton, 25 W John son, Knight Sugar Co, Ltd, 53S7.-I4; Jli-Duffee Broa, C 1.105, Raymond Leader, O'Urien, Nalder Co, Tb P Bleu- on, Jfl.46. Waterworks .Meldrum, 3.00; Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., I. J. Plepgrass Wra Pit is, S.S5: Z. N. Skonson, 1180.07. Extension N'. Skoilion, ?-I9.09. PICKING oibornft Boys FIN Fifty Barrels in a Little Over Four Hours Marry Uoylft and Gordon .McDonald, hoj-.t, jire bcOX-vod lo bo o cliamulm! iiiclierfi of orltl. tlifty wiijjt'rMl :il (onld piirk fifi bitiTels of ap- es 111 hours. Tlin hut was ur- and Ihii vniilesi ht-ld on 'farm of (1. 1'. Iro'iatirl. tusur Col- I'Df. In 1 liour.s IT rrels fiK'Jil. The, limit r barrel WHS miiniJes and X.{ sco ils. Lethbridge November. 1911 I beg to iftfoim the public that I haye -removed my Undertaking Parlors fa more convenient and commodious premises at the cor- ner of jtlt Avenue and 6th Street South Court Af( work will receive my Per- sonal Attention 'J. S. FETTERLEY 4th Ave, and 6th St. S. ;