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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .rage 8 THE DAILY IIIWALD Thursday. October :J, SULZER BEAT "IMPOSSIBLE TO Lowney's shows you how cocoa ought to taste UNITED STATES EXHIBIT COMING DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SENDING EIGHTH OF ITS EXPERTS HERE A Herald representative was today shown by T. K. Pattesoii, the well known local stock broker, a working model of a concrete filter and re- frigerator, which is specially design- ed for the use of the farmer and irhieh Sir. Parteson will place on ex- hibition at the approaching Dry-Farm- ing Congress. The filter and refrig- erator was invented E. P. Henry, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and has been pat- ented boih in Canada and the United who tms wwotly made a tour of j States. The principle on waich U Southern Hopping bere for works is that of evaporuMou. the great two ?rof. Luc Is luperliiiaBdeDt of S. Dorr, ftgrofeomiet The United States federal exhibit for the International Dry Farming Ex- position hero Is being shipped from eome 25 experiment stations in the "western states, direct, and will arrive 'within a few days. It will be install- ed In the United States building at the exposition next week. The U. 3. Department of Agricul- ture appointed IK its official dele- Prot Carleton R. Ball, agronom- ist in chftrga of cereal Investigations. CONCRETE FILTER REFRIGERATOR T. E. PATTESON HAS INVENTION WHICH IS DESTINED FOR BIG ACHIEVEMENTS DIX FOR HONORS Will be New York State Democratic Candidate for Governor Syracuse, Oct. representative in Congress for New1 York Chy, was nominated for gov- ernor oiu'lv ibis luovniug by tlto Dem- ocratic Suite convention. It was the emh tiino lie had been a candi- date [or ihis nomination, Mr. Sulxer wa.-3 formally "declared the choice of the party at 1.05 sum., after the dele- Ir.id spent nearly four hours in balloting. Throe ballot's were taken for the gubernatorial nominee. When the fourili began, Sulzer had 195 votes, or within ol of a majority. The fourth ballot had just started when deputy Kellogg withdrew the name of Governor Dix, who had got H7 votes on the first ballot to Super's .2. SuJzer had gained steadily from' he first. Charles Murphy, loader of Tarn- nauy Hall, was -excused from voting in the first hallot, and the New York lelegation voted for Governor Dix un- it his uauie was withdrawn, when hey voted solidly for Sulzer, and only he Osborue vores were cast, ag- liusi the noiuiiKUion of the Manhat- an Congressman. Glyn was nominated for Lieut-enant- lovernor. HElPMYJtlEYS" Until I Used "Frult-a-liws" Worlds Greatest Kidney Gore Practically everybody in Toronto knows 1'rofcssor J. F. JJavis. For years, the elite of that citv Ins taken lessons from Prof. Davis iu the art of Dancing and Deportniuut. His constant activity Krudually weak- ened bis which calamity threatened to make him an 'nvalid. But read Prof. Davis' 563 CHURCH ST., TORONTO, ONT. DKCKMHHU ?9th. "I waul to say that "Fruit-a-tiverf" ia my only medicine, and has been for the past five veurs. Previous to that, I had been troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney Disease, and had taken many remedies without satisfactory results. Nothing the advertisements of "Fruit- I adopted this treatment altogether, and as everyone knows, I am have been since taking "I'niit- the best of I F. DAVIS. If Rheumatism or Kidney Trouble is making you miserable, take "Kniii-a- lives" and get well. 500 a box, 6 for trial size, 25C, At all dealers or sent on receipt of pricf by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. START WORK IN WEST SOON RANCHING COMMISSION WILL HOLD SERIES OF MEETINGS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY COLORADO TO SEND EXHIBIT GOVERNOR SHAFROTH HAD EX- PERTS SCOUR THE STATE FOR SAMPLES Winnipeg, Oct. rniveh ng investigation up >oiiiU'ii by the minister of ihe inler- ior and consisting of Ueorta1 H. 1'i'l'e ji'liuinnun, und Ohirenee V. (Jr.ihnni, will shortly held u series of meet ings j throughout the west, when all part jics will an opportunity yi heing heard. Air. Pope said this morni that organization was now ulumt completed ami western boards trade and raiu-liers wore being r.um- munieated with about suitable and places for Tlie n.imms- sioa owes origin to tlie hiph rrii-B of feed. Kanchers claim they cannot go into the business ui. beef growing on unv permanent basis because home steaders are free to come, and ilieir leases are worthless. Tlie comm'ssioa will consider the advisability of set- ting; aside grazing tracts in Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan cxrn from homes lead ing vhriher the pres- ent time for cancelling leases te ex- tended and will also fix pro rain the amount of stock to he carried en each lease. Interested parties should ad- dress Mr. 1'opc, 85 Kennedy street Winnipeg. Colorado is "to be strongly repre- sented this year ut the international Thomas R. Osbt-rne, of threw the convention imo an uproar wh.ch meets during the afternoon by a spirited at- i herc (M- atlcudaniv 01 sonic of the largest and most success- ful dry-lan.I farmers and ablest (iiiriiig tue iiriernoon DV a sniniea rtt- i- s. tour of States. Tho prmc.p.e ou wmcli It Tamnlanv sumo of the InrgcsJ ami most suwrcffi- itoppini? here for nvortis is ttial of tnc greai-1 son "cribne- tlle evaporation the lower the tern-1 and w strike out of the resolu- fill ilry-lan.l fanners and ablest pmf Tf perature cbtained. On a very hot day; lions committee report the endorsa-j is assnrotl. (inv. F. Slw- S ,fv particularly if a hot dry wind Is blow- ti0ii or Governor Dix' resime IL i ll P. H Babcock. fng: is lhan the Tammany men led "U "l ALFALFA CONTEST PRIZE WINNERS C.P.R. GAVE IN PRIZES- PROF. FAIRFIELD WAS THE JUDGE to invesugations: and jtemwramre in the coo! utmher J. a B.U B. C. Wheeler .wist- always be lowest when it is -n >nts In biophyiictl laboratory work. {ed. The onl The I make this refrigeniioi- the filled into the rflfrtatrawr from t'ic and It probable that Profs. Ball and top into the incltie cylindrical concretn Derr Trill npon the program, trh.unber. Before it is ready ror tlrink- Tbe tiTWtigai'Qus assistants j rag It has to pass through the char- that W" Ul; fanners and others interested iu ag-j Calgarv, Oct. alfalfa is the Aubiirn man lo attend. 1 destni'd'to he our m the lulling t dionus K Kjaii. .iiul otiwiUl resuU j crops in the Canadian I'acific irriga- '22 otlicial delegates. His appoint-: lion, block cast of Cnlgnry is indieat- mcnls as delegates include C. R. i ed by the results in I'.P.ll, alial- Koot, ;i hoard of gov- fa competition, in which ?75t) in eniors df the-organization and one of money was awarded. H. (j_ I protest. ;llired t-j nerfeci- interests which he declared Svere be Id himi the New York leader. "Choose ye this day." r-onchideii Mr. Osbrrue, "whom ye will serve: On side stands principles of the Progi-sssive w Wilson. ulf leading .sccdmcn! of Denver ;.prof. j Fairneld, supei-intendcul oi ihe i H. Ohu: oi-.Dtnycv, an aSnfultur- minion iaiin at. knd the other dele-ates appointed bv C0lli ;md concrete. A fold storage de- 1 Democracy: on the other Charles V. al expert, and hi- previous years :i win. judged ihe Hclds. lias jusl D Ji m ocuic- l'ie nature should prove! .Murphy, ami the cohesive She department are assigned Prof. Scribner IB the installation of the big- Prof. Scrlbher leaves...... _____ ..........._, "Washington, B. C., on the "morning of and and oche-j produce] October 7th, arriving here about. Oct. in prime condition ready for the mar-" 11, and the other will meet him here on chat date, they coming from the various stations in the west where they have been engaged Of late la pre- paring exhibits. use amongst the farmers in the j ________________ !state of Idaho where it gives much have been coin plated for tho organiza- 'Eau.-fac'aou. Mayor Hatch and others! tioa of a law department in connee- intereated in the cold storage propos- ition speak in high praise ihe inven- tion. a decided acquisition for the farming j public plunder." homes throughout tliis province as itj ____... will enable the farmer 10 keep ket at any time. TUe patent rights for Aibena have been -secured by ilessrs. Bailey Patteson of this j city. U is of importance to note that: filter aad refrigerator is in gen-( eft judge of Ihe expositions C. K. unnounffd the following prite j land, oi Denver., of the loumiers i: LAW SCHOOL IS ABOUT ORGANIZED Kent Power, Dalhousie Graduate. Likely to be Its First Lecturer Calgary, Oct. the U. I PJIcy, oi agricultural coniiuissioncr of Dpiivpr K. of M. Moses, S. Oro.ves and A. T. Browns, of Denver August Miming, of Akron T. R. Grovps, of Wray Stephen Scott, of Lumar G. L. Bur- R. Gleielierif Bolingcr, Glcichcn. Pagf, -Straiiiiuore. Wiltons, Cheadle. Houche, Oleiclipn. Tins competition iminn last summer with the idea of lating the growth of alia in Ui I MADE IN CANADA CONTAINS NO ALUM .atest New York Case Burton W. Gibaon, the. New wyer, accused of murdering Rosa Icivschick Szabo, a client, to get ossesslon of Jjcr fortune he house is Gibson's home in R-jtl rford, N. J. THE PRESIDENT'S CAO TO CANADIAN WOMEN It is gratifying (o kiunv Lhat ln- reii.sed interest in the International ongress of Farm II. which is liortly to be held at Al- and a IteencT nmlizatiou of the f FEDERAL BYE ELECTIONS ormer is tradHionally Lib- TTTTT CATVT T1VT T "C A 1 scneme were discussed yesterday Carieton has always re- WlLiUil ill LHA3J t afteruoon at a meetinir of the beard I nsen-ative. It ts doubtful! of governors and the eseciitive com- aJs will put UP a candi-! c t Trr i -nnr T riIVL.U Ottawa, Oct. Federal bye- elections in Richelieu and Carleton, likely occur at the end of Oct- ober. The former is traditionally Lib- eral. turned a Con: if the LiberaJs will put up a candi- date there but there is a keen com- petition for the Conservative nomina- tion between Messrs. Gram, of Hazel- dean and Garland, of Hiato-nburg. Mr. Richardson, of Woodruff having retired. In some quartern. Rev. H. sStaoey Is mentioned and Sir James .Grant is also a candidate Ior nomina- tion. The Richelieu contest between Mr. Cardin, tbe late member and Mr. E. A. D. iforgan, Conservative, Is bound to excite great interest. j with Calgary pected that university, and it is ex- W. Kent Power. B.A., I LL.B.. of Dalhousie University. X. S., j of Hnlyokc and O. 11. Hush and -I. I will be the first lecturer. Derails of j K. Buchanan, of Vuma. the scheme discussed yesterday! ton, of Doer Trail; John of Windsor; .John Sterling Perry llehj-mcr, of Osaac Pckon, oi Akron; L. j this fall. There were no k-ss ihau I iny manifested by tlie farm wives of "ays, of Stirling Henrv R. forty-three entries in the contest, p.nd loufl., gution block- MVB ililportlint part it Ule better. urn, ot from to were olTert'd for the best stands of the fodder to ho jutbMj llleia ot' nirii! conditiona. be- SAYS PAPER ROLL IN MEMORY HISTORIC EVENT Ottawa, Oct. order In coun- cil has been passed authorising the lining of a salute oi thirteen guns on October 12th, the lOSth anniversary of the death or General O'Leary, oi tiie Queensica Hfeighta, NEW YORK HERALD STRAW VOTE PUTS ROOSEVELT SECOND IN RACE mfrtee of the Calgary Bar association.] Mr. Power, who is a graduate of Dal- housie. lias been resident in Calgary j for the past six months, is editor-in- rhief of Western Weekly Reports, pub- lished by Burroughs Co., and editor j J. K. CORNWALL SAYS PRAIRIES PEACE RIVER j of tiie Alberta Law society's official reports. lie 'was formerly on the torinl staff oi" tbe Edward Thompson Co.. tho well-known publishers, lishes irs first installment of its coun-, and is a contributor American anil sh encyclopaedias of law an-J New York, Oct. Herald pub- Its indications are that practice. American and English anno- tiUed cases, and editorial writer Notes" (U. S. A.I. A re best: Iniili wiili clioic'.1 i? S'vjng prop- RIGHT kind fan you back try-wide review of the presidential sit- uation. son is leading with Taft running a POCT third, according to the straw baHots. More than !i-1.000 tesi i ballots were taken in various par's j of the country- Taft does not lead in j anj' state. The results in the various states follows: New 5S3; Roosevelt, Oil; Wilson, Sj; 127; Wilson. 00. 2GG; 381: Wilson, 527. New 215; Roosevelt. Wilson. 477. Roosevelt. Wilson, 507. IS; Roosevelt, r2'i; Wilson, 19.1. Rooscvtlt, SIR: Wilson. SOI; Roosevelt, 711: Wilson, Roosevelt, 1.- 452; Wilson, West Roose- velt, 530; Wilson, 775. 176; Koo.sevolt US: Wilson. 204. ARE BEING STROYING PASTURAGE Edmonton, Oct. LEAVES TRADERS' BANK Toronto. OCT. Frank W. Strathy, who has been for some years j all, just hack from the north, .-i.r'i's prairie fires are stiil raging in rl vise Pi act! River country iieuwn Oirouard and The tire has burnt up thousands of ucrcs ui buy I crop, anil unless it is soon stopped thorp will lie a dearth oi hay in the Peace HiviT. this winter. The lire started on lhc north side all. according to Professor rairfiulil, exhibited fields of which farnuirs of older recognix.ed alfalfa districts would be proud. ALBERTA CROP NOT MOVING YET Calgary. Oct. the move- ment of the Alberta crop has not near- ly got tinder Tvay as vei. is indicated by the fact that' ihe C.P.R. are not loading over one hundred cars a day the Dominion. For nearly a. year the officers of this organization and the various committees which have the mceTings of the Congress in charge, have been busily at work drawing many foreign countries as well as the United States ami Canada, speakers, teachers ami successful farm who win take part in tiie very helpful program that has been prepared and 'will-ilcal .with every with grain at present. The movement phiise of form life. -This is the first just now is in the southern end thej tillie a congress ba.s ever been province. Officials dealing with car! told In Canada and in all probability dlstribtuion do not anticipate any congestion, though they are of the op- inion that there will be a big demand Cor cars "by farmers and elevator peo- ple in about ten days' time. A SQUARE FOOT Montreal, Oct. big real estate deal in the city, involving the :Vr of the Traders BauK of' Can-! of the m'cp River, hut has jumped has Just been effect- ada at Toronto, has presented his river and Is pursuing its Koosevelt, j Mtniation t0 the Royal Dank of lhc south. ada. the successors of Traders! r ravages Hank, and he- will shortly become as- iu a prominent position with Limiteu. HAVE A PRELIMINARY REPORT J. MUM Majestic 7'-- -.fjy. PROP Phonf Ouawa. OcL Gro. Lynch jStauriton, K.C., chairman of the com- mission which Is Investigating the cost of transcontinental, "said today th.it it way nncprtaiji whether the rc- port of commission would be ready to fut.-st.Mit to piirii.tiiiuiit. wiien jt meeis i in November. The task of securing evidence and oilier information was iJiiSicult and owing to the flt-e- of travel over the o'Uiri' rond. ho s-aid. It !s probable, however, that ,1 Biim- rcjjnrt will be handed in. nilf nwaiting the more thor- Cramming down ill-ehow.n food, and rushing back to work. Scads straight to dys- pepsia, with al! it means in iriisr.ry. Ficper habits of eating whh a Na-Dru-Co Dys- pepsia Tablet after each metl, restore good diges- tion. health and happiness. A DOJC ol Na-LJru-Co Dys- pepsia Tablets costs but 50c. at your Druggist's. National Drug iiid Chem- ical Co. cf Csnada, Limited. U8 'Tiiousands bushels of grain over and above Hie needs of the sett UTS have brcii :rrown in the Peace Hiver this said'Cornwall, "and lhc farmers will have to store it until they can ship it out by rail. There I comes a point beyond which grain cammi lie econoinicallv stored bv set- i ilers; wlio have been raising crops for several years past. There will te fm- uncial ciistrcss among some oi the .settiers unless the railways buiid in- j in that country faster than they been doing." j A REGULAR AMAZON Wiumpop, Oct. Westal! 157 street fought three tlnmkfii rowdies to a finish who at- tempted to got of her She was a reguiar Amazon and one oj the men was so badly bat- tered his two friends had to carry him off. .Miss Westfill carried many ?ipns of the fray. Arrests may fol- low. OREGON WOMAN WRITER COMING President W. J. Ken- of Oregon As- has appoint oil Miss Ali.-p Lindsay Webb, editor of the press bulletins of that inetUution, ;IF the official dc- ronsross of Farm at l.fltlihrUli-e. and MJ.KS Webb lias nrraimvMl to alinmi Mio throughout ed. The property m question is the Dominion Square Methodist church. which was purchased by Mr. H. Pearco.of St. James street, a little nver a year ago for a foot. H-e has now sold the church portion of the property to J. M. Guerin for a square foot. will lie some years before an event of this kind can be repeated. No we innu who lives on ;L farm or in the liitle town or villayfe can'afford to miss it. The exhibition of Dry-Farmed Pro- ducts to be held at ;hc> same Unic and which will also contain ii women's section might be termed a world's agrictiitiiral fair wiiere the farmers of many iauds will briiifr samples of th-eir various crops in comjic-MtJon for the ?IO.OOO worth of premiums offered throiish tho InternatiiMial ing Congroriri. There are many ilne prem 1 for farm women too, which j Almost ?very saving uc-1 We want the Caiuidiiin farm wll'o to win her share of these: we want her to bring her butter and esgs, her garden -truck anil, honey, her jellv. and needle work to ihe women's sec- tion cf this great fair. And we want tho Canadian farm wives in train londs to attend sessions of tiw Congress. From almost all of Western States word 1ms been receiv- ed that we'may expect a. car of dele- gates from each and we would be de- lighted to yet the same good news from western provinces. When your president was elected to her olfice last October at Colorado Springs, she a promise to brinjc to Letlibridge a goodly delegation of representative Canadian farm women and asks you to help her keep this premise. She wants to be able lo look tho body of women who gather "in the convention lu'.Il this month and see at least one half of it filled with delegates from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and .Alberta. There is less than a month left in which lo make your plans to be with us on October 21sl, but we shall be expect- ing you and have' arranged with tho railroads tc give you the special rat.e of one fare, for round trip tickets. Besides 'this every' precaution has been taken to secure ample accommo- dation and -entertainment, for dele- gates FO that Micro will be no dis- comfort to mar your of this event. Remember, will be looking for i you at I.fithbrklge! TIVKTHA I.. STAVERT. President international "Congress of Farm Women. The Farmers Have The farmers are converting their crops Into money. If your goods are worth talking about, tell the farmers about them through the Farmers' Paper. 1 ne Read by the farmers in Southern Alberta. Circulation guaranteed. ;