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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIlimiDGK DATLY nERALD Tliiirsday. 0feat�m states, direct, and will arrive "Within a. lew day�. It will be installed In the United States building at tbs exposition ground* next week. The U. 3. Department ot Agriculture has appointed as Its offiaial dele-^tM Prol Carleton R. Ball, Rgronom-lat in obarf* ot csreal investigations, -who h�( reoe&tljr made a tour o; Southwa Alb�rta, stopping hero for two daj�; Pro*. Lamson Scrlbner. who Is ioparlntaDdewt of exhibits; Prof: II. B. Dorr, �CNBOmlit; F. R. Babcock. N. a DOMltaea and U C. Aicher. as-alttaats la Mnal investigations; and J. a BaU �Bd & C. Wheeler, assist-V>tB in MephrslMl laboratory work. Oaorrtary of Atrtcultare James Wll-ipoa iriU b* la attandance. and will be �Be of flie ipaakers at the Cougress, and It la VnbaUa that Profs. Bull and Berr wIB alio ba upon the prosram. Tha oaraal kiTastigatious assistants Old tha other Megates appointed by the dapartment are assigned to asalEt Prof. Boribner In the Installation of the big axhlbit Prof. Scrlbner leaves �Washington, D. C, on the moruiue of October 7th, arriving here about Oct. 11, and the other men will meet him here on that date, they coming from the various stations in the west where they have been engaged of late In preparing exhibits. CONCRETE FILTER REFRIGERATOR T. E. PATTESON HAS INVENTION WHICH IS DESTINED FOR BIG ACHIEVEMENTS SULZER BEAT DIX FOR HONORS Will be New York State Democratic Candidate for Governor Synuniso, Oct. S.-WiUiiuu Siilzer, ri'presentutlvr In Congress for New York City, wfts iionvlnattHl for governor oiirly this iiioviiliis by the Democratic State convention. It was the iievoiiih time ho h:ul lieoii a candi-ilute [or this iiomiiinlion. Mr. Sulz-er was fonitally iloi-laroii the choice of the party al 1.05 n.tii., after the dele-t;ato.erature in the cool > Immber will always he lowest wii.-ii it i.v inoit need-} l""0>e?r, the ed. The only psseifiul tviuired i j j He spoke ct make this refrlg^-rnior Vork uf^rfeci- interests which he dtx'l.ired Vere he-] ,,1,,,.;.,, ,t..le,rup.\- top into the incide cylindi-ical eoucrete;'^^*""^' :Ke proposition speak in high praise the invention. Winnipeg, Man., Ocl. 2.-The ranching investigation eoiuniission appointed by the minister of the inlei-ior aiul consisliiig of tieovgc H. I'opc, jchairman, and Clarence K. (iraham, will shortly hold a series of nii'ctin(!;s throughout the west, when all parlies will have an olipoitunity of heinn heard. Mr. Pope said Ihi.s mornins that 6rgani7.ation was now ahout completed and western hoards ot trade and rantlicrs were heir.); com-tiiiinicaled with ahoiit suitable dates and places for meelinrs. The ei minis-sion owes its origin to the his-'li fice of feed. Kanchcrs claim they cannot go into the business of beef growing on anv permnnent basis hecaiise lituiie-steaders are free to come, and their leases are worthless. The comnrs.^ion will consider the advisability of hct-tiiii; aside graziii): tracts in Soulliern Alberta anil Saskatchewan exempt from homcsleading : whether the present time for cancelling Ir.isps he extended and will also lix pro rata the amount of stock to he carried en cnch lease. Intcrcslcil parties should address Mr. I'opc, S.T Kennedy street, Winnipeg. ALFALFA CONTEST PRIZE WINNERS C.P.R. GAVE $750 IN PRIZES-PROF. FAIRFIELD WAS THE JUDGE Calgary, Oct. 2.-'liiat alfalfa is destined to le one of the leading crops ill the Canadian I'acilic irrigation block east nf C.ilgary is inilical-ed by the results in ll;e C.l'.H. alfalfa competition, in which SiaO in pri/e money was awarded. Professor W. II. Fairljeld, suppiinteiulent of the Do- and the jiriiiciples of t'.io Proiii.ssive � W. 11. Olili; of Denver, an as;riculliir-i iiiiiiioii experimental ianu at l.etli-Democracy; on the other Charles K. | al expert, and' in previnus years a! bridge, wlm jiidged ihe linlds. has iusl Murphy, and the cohesive power cf i jiidge of the expositions , t. K. \\ant-i aatioiinccd the kdlowing prive win-public plunder." I land, oi l!envt>r., comtiiissioner ,f Denver; K. 1,. Wilkinson, of iiurlingtou . \V. Moses, W .S. Groves and A, T. lUowns, of Denver ; August Mun/.ing, of -Vknni , T. D. Groves, of Wray ; .Stephen .Scott, of Lamar ; G. L. Burton, of Deer Trail ; .lohu \V. Cloud, ot Windsor ; .lolin W. Landrum. oi Latest New York Vlurder Case Burton W. Giboon, the New York lawyer, accused of murdering R0S.1 fvlerrachick Szabo, a client, to get possession of her $100,000 fortune The house is Gibson's home in Rutherford, N. J. W. Kent Power, Dalhousie Graduate, Likely to be Its First Lecturer IN MEMORY HISTORIC EVENT Ottawa, Oct. 3.-Aa order tn council has been passed authorising the firing of a salute of thirteen guns on October 12th, the I08th anniversary of the death of General O'Leary, of tile Queension Heights. Calgary, Oct. 2.-.Arrangements have been complett-d for th-J organizu-lioii of a law department in connec-with Calgary university, and it Is expected that W. Kent Power. B..\.. LL.B.. ot Dalhousie University. .\. S.. will be the first lecturer. Details of the scheme were discussed yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the heard of governors and the executive committee of the Calvary Bar association. Mr. Power, who is a graduate of Dalhousie, has been resident in Calgary for the past six months, is edltor-ln-chlef of Western Weekly Reports, published hy Burroughs & Co., and editor of tfie Aloerta I.,a\v society's official reports. He was formerly on the editorial staff of tlie Edward Thompson New York. Oct. 2.-The Herald pub-j Co., the well-known law imblishers, llshes its first Installment of its coun-, and is a contributor to American and 1-.1. It. .Mlguod, (ileiclie.ii. 2-M. Bellinger, (ileichcn 3-1;. Page, Stratliiiiore. �1-M. Willems, Cheadle. 5-.1. llouchu, (rleichen. This competition was iii.iUi.iruU'd last snninier with the idea of ' tiinu-lating the growtli of alfa in the irrigation block. Five prizes, ran,ring from $2,50 to Sail, were ollcred for the .Sterling ; Perry liehvmer, of Ordwav; | best stands of the fodder to he iud.;e'l THE PRESIDENT'S CAL> TO CANADIAN WOMEN WILSON IN LEAD SAYS PAPER ROLL NEW YORK HERALD STRAW VOTE PUTS ROOSEVELT SECOND IN RACE Ave Ik'.'^I; lnii c'lioic',^ weli IVt'sli i/icai. I1 witli cooked ��'uly ilie life giving proii-� ui.-.:^ of the RIGHT kind of meat can gi'-. try-wide review of the presidential situation. Us judications are that Wilson is leading Roosevelt, with Taft running a poor third, according to the straw ballots. More than 24.000 lest ballots were taken in various pari.H of the country. Taft does not lead in any state. The results in the various states follows: New York-^Tatt, 58'3; Roosevelt, 1,-011; Wllaon, 1,147. Connecticut-Taft, 80; Roosevelt, 127; Wilson, 9fi. Delaware-^Tatt, 2G6; Roosevelt, 3Sl; Wilson, 927, New Jersey-Taft, 2li); Roosevelt, ilOO; Wilson, 477. Pennsylvania-Taft, 54'.1; Roosevelt, r>7:i: Wilson, 5(J7. .Maryland-Taft, 48; Roosevelt, 12(i; Wilson, 19.1. Ohio-Taft, 0-12; Roosevelt, 81S: Wilson, 1,914. Indiana-Taft, 891; Roosevelt, 1,-711; Wilson, 2,100. Kentucky-Taft, 77o; Iloosevell, 1,-4ij2; Wilson, 2,164. West Virginia-Taft, 232; Roosevelt, 5;t0; Wilson, 775. Wyoming-Taft, 176; Roosevelt, 118; Wilson, 204. HnKliyh oncyclopaediaa of law an-d practice, .\nieric:in and English annotated cases, and editorial writer fcr "l^w Notes" (U. S. A.I. t)saac r'clton, of Akron ; W. L. Hays, of Stirling; Henry R. Graves, of ilolyoke ; and 0. B. Hush and .1. K. Hnchanan, of Yiiiiia. FIRES RAVAGE PEACE RIVER J. K. CORNWALL SAYS PRAIRIES ARE BEING SCORCHED-DESTROYING PASTURAGE this fall. There were no less than forty-three entries in the contest, and all. according to Professor Vairfield, exhibited fields of which farmers of the older recognized alfalfa districts would be proud. LEAVES TRADERS' BANK 'I'oronto. Oct. ;i.-Mr. Frank W. Strathy, who has been fcr some years mana;^er of the Traders Hank of Canada at Toronto, hag presented his is-sigiiation to the Royal Bank of Canada, the successors of tile Traders Bank, and he will shortly become as-I Horlate.l in a prominent position with Robins, Limited. Try on:' 1 a-:ul i;ii. ' liriiwn ii ;ildlng. Marks! PRIVATE OFFICE J. Muar-^i-iv, PROP. Majestic Tlientre, Phone 635 HAVE A PRELIMINARY REPORT Ottawa, Oct. 3.-Mr. Geo. Lynch Staunton, K.C, chairman ot the commission which is Investigating the cost of transcoiitineutal, said today that It WiTs uncertain whether the report oC commission would be ready to present to parliament when It meets in .November. The tusk of HccuWng {evidsnce and other information was illttUiiilt and slow owing to the 5iec-osslty ot travel over practically the entire road, ho said. It is probiiblo, however, that a sum-iiiarl/.ed report will bo handed in, meiuiwlillo awaiting the more thorough luformutlou. Cramming down lll-choMn food, and rushing back to work, leads slralghl to dyspepsia, with all it means In misery. Proper habits of eatlngi with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness. A box of N�-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets coats but 50o. at your Druggist'*, National Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited. Bdnioiilon, Oct. 1.-J. 1'. orn-wall, just hack from the north, Hi.i'es that prairie tires are still taginn in the Peace |{iver country hciwciMi Girouard and Dunvegan. The (ire has burnt up thousands of acres of hay crop, ami unless it is soon stopped there will be a dearth of hay in the Peace Uiver this winter. The lire started on the north side of the I'eacp Uiver, but has jumped the river and ii pursuing its ravages on the sou til. "Thousands of bushels of grain over and above the needs of the settlers have been I'rown in the Peace River this year," said'Cornwall, "and the farmers will liavc to store it until they can ship it out by rail. There comes a point beyond which grain cannot be economically sloreil bv settlers, who have been raising crops for several years past. There will be lin-ancial distress anioiig some ot the settler.s unless the railways build into that eouutry faster than they hiivo been doing." A REGULAR AMAZON Winnipeg, Oct,. 2.-Delia WestuU 157 MacKarlano street fought throo drunken rowdies to a finish who attempted to get possession/ ot her ma;icy. She was a regular Amazon and one oi tlie men was so budly battered Ills two friends had to carry him off. .Miss Wostall eariMed many eiRns ot the fray. Arresta may Col-low. ALBERTA CROP NOT MOVING YET Calgary, Oct. 1.-That the movement of the Alberta crop has not nearly got under way as yet, is indicated by the fact that' the C.P.R. are not loading over odie ,hundrpd cars a day wltli grain at present. The movement just now is in the southern end of the province. Officials dealing with car distribution do not anticipate any congestion, though thoy are of the opinion that there will he a big demand for cars by farmers and elevator people in about ton days' time. OREGON WOIVIAN WRITER COMING President W. J. Korr ot Oregon Ag-riciiUitral College, Corvallis, Oregon, has appointed Miss .'VUee Lindsay Webb, editor of the press bulletins of that liiHtitutlon, as the olllelal delegate of the college to the Inter national lIoiigroBs of Farm Women lU I.ethhrldge, Ocl. ;!2-20, and Miss Webb has arranned to attend tlio soSuionH thruughuut $20 A SQUARE FOOT Montreal, Oct. u.-.Another hig real estate deal in the city, involving the sum of $380,nOO, has Just been effected. 'I'he projierty in tinostlon is the Dominion Sijuare :\lothodlst church, which was purchased hy Mr. H. Poarce of St. .lames street, a little over a year ago tor $15 a square foot, lie has now sold the church portion of the property to .J. il. Guorin for $20 a stiuaro toot. II is gratifying to know tliat lu-crea.sed interest In the International Congress of Farm Women, which is r.hortly to be hold at Lothbrldge, .Vl-ber;a, and a keenc-r realization of the important part It plays in the betterment ot rural home conditions, is being manifested by tlie farm wives ot the Dominion. I'^or nearly a .year the officers of this organization and the various committees which have the mcenngs of the Congress in charge, have been busily at work drawing from many foreign countries as well iis the United States and Canada, speakers, teachers and succossful farm women who will take part in the very helpful program that has been Iireptircd and will. de-al with every lihase of farm life. This is the first time such a congress has ever been hold in Canada and in all probability il. will lie some years before an event of this kind can he repeated. No woman who lives on a farm or in the little town or village can afford to miss it. The exhibition of iJTy-Farmed Products to be held at the same limo and which will also contain ii women's section might bo termed a world's iigrieultural fair where the farmers of many lauds will bring samples of their various crops in conipeiltlou for I ho $10,000 worth of iM'omlums offered through tho Infernalitmal Dry-Farming Coneress. There are many line premium.^ for farm women too, which inoludo almost every labor saving device. AVi! want the Canadian farm wife lo win her share of these; we want her to bring her butter and esgs, her garden truck and honey, her jellv. .� and needle work to the women's section cf this great fair. And we want the Canadian farm wives in train lou.ds to attend the sossions of lli>3 Congress. From almost all of l!:i>. Wosiern States word has boon received that we may expect a car of delegates from each and we would bo delighted to get the same good news from western provinces. When your president was elected to her ofllco last October at Colorado Springs, she made a promise to bring to Lothbrldge a goodly delegation ot representntlvQ Canadian f^rm women and she asks you lo help her keep this proiidse. She wants to bo able to look over the body of women who gather in 'the cohventroii hall this month and see at least one half of it filled with delegates from 'ilanitoba, Saskatchewan and .-Siberia. There la less than a month left In which to mak� your plans to be with us on October 21 si, but we shall ho expecting you and have' arranged with tho rdllroads to give you Ihe sjieclal rate of one fare, for round trip tickets. Resides 'this every iireciuition has been taken to seciire aiuiilo acconinio-dalion and enterlalniiionl. fbr delegates so that thoro will be no discomfort to mar your enjoyment of this event. Rcinenilior, v.-o will bo looking for you at Lethbridgn! UYRTIIA h. ST.4VEaT, President International "Congress ot Farm AVomen. The Farmers Have tlie Money, Have You the Goods ? The farmers are converting their crops into money. If your goods are worth talking about, tell the farmers about them through the Farmers' Paper. The Weekly Herald Read by the farmers in Southern Alberta. Circulation 2,275 guaranteed. \ i i h 42 72 ;