Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
October I, HH'3 BIG REVIVAL OF FARMING INTEREST ENGLAND AND WALES EXPERI- ENCE PROFITABLE DEVEL- OPMENT OF AGRICUL- TURAL ACTIVITY London, Oct. Bulletin of and Social Intelligence, pun- 'ilslied by tho international Institute of agriculture contain" nn Interesting article on tho cause of agricultural re- vival In England and Wales during the present century. One of the principal causes, states 1ho the growing demand for whaC may be termed the secondary products of 'agriculture such as dairy liroiluce.'poultry, eggs, vegetables, .fruit '.mid.'nqwers. The rise in the manner ,'of living'6t artisan Classen, and the 'largely 'Increased -urban population, creates a largo demand for these forma of produce, and this has caused the notable development' lit that branch of agriculture. In Essex, for instance, which used to ho devoted entirely to the growing of corn, and which during the agriciil tnral crisis became almost barren land lias now become a prosperous dairying, district, supplying tho Bast End London with fresh milk. In England -and Wales the' average jmmbor of cows and heifers per 1000 acres of cultivated land has risen in England, to 8-1 in 1H10, an compare. 66 In and in Wales, from 1 to 108 in the same period. It was Iso calculated.that in 100-1 during tits rescing 30 years -the area under ciil vntion had increased by 63.9 v ent. Egg production and poultry keepint -calculated to have increased from in 1S7S to i 303. In 1909 it exceeded in value th reduction of wheat, which onlj mounted to Medium tzed farms (fifty to 300 acres) haV hown a constant tendency to in rease. In 1903 there, were in Bug and and Wale's C.01G, more than h SSfi and even in the year 1910 lumber of farms of this class increas d by 205. H. R. FRANKLAND Who resigned from the directorate o the Toronto Exhibition, a> 1 protest t is believed, againit the featuring of spectacular rather than agri- cultural exhibits TRADE FIGURES OIUUSTRAL1A UNITED STATES BEATS OUT tHE MOTHERLAND IN CERTAIN LINES ARRAIGNED ON MURDER CHARG Saskatoon, Oct. .the sitting of the Supreme Court, before .ludg Brown, Jeffrey Garland was arraigned today on a charge of murder, plead- ng not guilty. The accused is alleg- ed to have Inflioted a fatal wound with a Itnife upon Timothy C. Malone, in a barroom row in tile local hotel oh'July 20. PIERPONT TELLS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS HE WROTE SOME FAT CHEQUES FOR THE REPUBLICAN- PARTY' Washington, D. 0., Oct. I'icr- pont .Morgan, proved a willing witness today before the Clapp committee, in- vestigating campaign sxpeartlllirea and testified'he had given to tiie Kepubllcan campaign in 1901 and 000 to the Republican campaign in 1908. In an hour's Questioning, Mr- Morgan denied emphatically the charge by Charles Edward Kussell New i York that President Roosevelt had once -telephoned for a campaign contribution declared he never had any communication with Col- Hoosc veil and asserted that lie knew of no conferences among ilnancial men in 1901 or in 1908 to agree on supporting Republican or Democratic Preshlenlla candidates. It was .Mr. Morgan's firs appearance on the witness stand foi many London, Oct. to I ho parliamentary paper which given a re- port on tho trade of Australia for. the year 1911. 'here IK an increase of In' 1911 as compared ft'itli the Increase in 1910 having been us compared with 1909. The articles coming under the head- ing of "Motiils and .Machinery" and "Textiles, apparel and attire" are the most Important and are responsible for over (iti per cent, of the Imports their manufacturers of metal machines anil machinery. It appears that although the total mporls ill this class have increased rom in 1910 to -C 14 In 1811 'tho proportion of United ilngdom Imports to the total has de- creased from about K emit, to about 60 per cent. As regards motor cars It is -evident that the mumifact- irer in the United States has been in energetic competitor during tho last 12'moalhs and the American man- ufacturer of both motor cars and bug- -ies which can be purchased in Aus- tralia for less than .'-300 has met with success. The United States manufacturers ap- pear also to bo successfully cnuipet- ng with cars of a. more' expensive laturc and the success they obtain is attributed to the cars being high- er from the ground than man- ufactured In the United Kingdom, al- to their being lighter and conse- miently not so expensive to run eith- er from the point of view of the con- sumption of petrol or the wear of the tires. years, he appeared willing to answer fully all questions. He con irmed the testimony yesterday Geo. II. Sheldon that he had givci ?1 to .the Republican Xationa fund in 1SOJ, and added that later h to move his family in- to town, stirc-fMlrd ni .secnr- i in a comfortable lioitit'. i Anotlu-r lar.H.- insi'l.' pro- I jjpriy vvti'- h> I vhii'-ii Bros., of Calgary. for ilworr.tlns purposes on tho wire-, cni'iri-l of a liliw tract of of the Duke's visit, the .'innl i v-ilu-iblo acrv-auo. and today the sur-j plans for which have now been mad.'. I vnyo'r hrcan Thin will Th.> Overseas Football club was placed oil the market later on in Ih-i rensraitilntcd l'-v President Coin- season, and will called "Sunny-1 liear.-. on its achievements during the side." In thi.s botit thx- buyer i season. pollcr nrc satisfied, l.oral nii-n i An oxc.'llcni musical programme are all holding for sales us won as was contributed by .Messrs. Cunning- THE WEST RECOMMENDS One Wesinrn woman after another lias told her friends how delightful has found Hhie Ribbon Tea. Such recommendations are very best, advertising Hlne Ribbon can It Has proved its fine .nullities in of Wcsu-rn homes for many years. Ask your grocer about; Nino Kibbon's guarantee.