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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta re 12 THE LETIlBllllMiE DAILY IIUKALD Salunln.v. October r.lh, BRINGS LOT OF SHEEP FROM MONTANA TO SPRING COULEE FKYS COCOA Leave some forme" JAskyoiir druggist for "FRY'S MALTED OOCOA" great strength buildev for invalids. The highest standard ot perfection For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. LetWbridge. Mnpralh, Oi-t. J. F. Bnid has iturclufleil two thousand heud of slifep in .Muniaiui. ami he went down to t'oiUta tills morntiiK to got Ihoin out of (piiiramiiH1 ami a truss the itHermitional lint1. Mr. Uradshiiw will at Spring t'oiilco. The sheep will be falUMied for nuittun. Mr. Uraii- sh-aw Imviiig snicked an enormous amount of jiocxl lamo hay for this very tmrpofe. The Klu-teji are airyiuiy in fniv but a lew more months on strong liny and mirp wutor wtl pm them in prime shupe for Uw mar- ket, Mr. Bnidshaw was nctomjiamtM t by John I. Chipman, (mother large shcpjj owniM- ami dcalor, of Magraih. The industry is vpry popular in ilils district, and more of tliy farm- ers :vre diking hold of it evflry day. It has he en proviMi to be one of the nicst profitable brunches of agricul- ture. nnd what is more, the sheep are naturally adapted the climate ami fatten up very quickly under normal conditions. Sheep rim on summer fallow ground puts it in splendid shape to produr-e a Isountoous crop the I year following, as lets been amply demuiistnttoil this season by Peterson I Brothers, who followed this method with the result that they are now Mr vesting a crop that is averaging forty-live bushels to the acre, all No. L wheat. Threshing Operations Threshing operations arc going on entirely satisfactory in the district surrounding the Garden City. Reports eommjr in from the country indicate the encouraging progress of tlie dii- _ t'erent, outfits. Thin, far there has i h-eeii no serious hitch, and today an of the machines are working at I full, capacity. About ten outfits aro i busy in the immediate vicinity .vf j Magrath. and wheat is beginning to pour Into the elevarors. This go'deu stream will continue to How into the bins and cars for two more months If the weather coin in ues fine, anil then there will be lots; of wheat still unmarketed. John H.I Turner and Oscar Blumel, two well j known grain mcu, and who are close-! ly connected with the trade, say that j the 'wheat is grading beyond all their I expectations. If thore are no more! storms the wheat this will aver- age No. 2. This is remarkably good, j Mr. Turner asserts that there will bo a great deal of No. 1 wheat threshed Has. season also. They report no shortage of cars, although in a few days there will be a heavy demand. Quite a large amount of wheat is be- ing shipped by individual fanners this season, and this will entail sjiecia' arrangements for the moving Cf the crop. There are now two uames. on the] order books fur cars, and they will be filled today, said C. P. R. Agent Munroe to the Herald man. This Is I vory "ratifying ami it is hoped thai j I the crop will be at least half moved I when the great -cry conies from Mani-j i roba and eastern for I cars to market their wheat, which j considerably later than it is Jiere. I This Is clue to the -bad weather 'which I continued for unusually period, harresi very materl'iily. vtuvaior nuin mid the railway I Jouulo Ht-arUi and Krvin Searle left hastily this morning fur tirassy Uke, having' be-on siinnuoiied homo by Uiolr purontH on act-own 01 precai-ions condition of their nis- tvr, who Is not expected to llvo, CyriiK Ouloman, who its a mission-, ary In the Central Slates, and Gooi'jjft Tttf'lor. former resident of this town, atul who ia now in the westm-n Sttttt'S In the sirtiu- capnei have very ill for several' weeks, but pleasing; reports have been receiv- ed of thtfir improvement. They soon be able io ialw the liehi nsain. John Bridge, cniii dealer and Do- minion lauds ayent, is building; a neat oltiiro near the station, where jie will transact his business in the future. Mr. Hridg-o ia now formally instsilleil in lUs new odlce, the recompense for duty well done during the K'cent election. Mr. .Hriil.se is presiMent ot" thy Conservative oxecuiivn here, and gsve tlio Tory candidate the majority, in Alagrath. Invitations aix? out for ilie last an- nual bumiuei of ilie PresbyteTian Adult Bible class to be held in the- church next Tuesday evening. Mr. Guess is chairman of ibo committee, and ho hay an able staff of assist- ants helping him with the, arrange- nents. The.ftmcticm will heyin at and the s'lests will be seated at 8 o'clock. The Uiliic class has made great progress during the past few months, and they now have a lurgo' and energetic nsscnvhlage of Bible students' at their meetius tliree o'clock every Sunday. Their first banquet will undoubtedly be a great success. The Women's Institute are busy on various enterprises, and they are showing by their works that they are equally as energetic and probably a Httlo mere so than their brothers. A petition is circulated and largely signed asking tlie government :o establish one of the six weeks' do- mestic science schools at Magrath. The petition is-being widely signed, and the institute will leave no stone unturned in their efforts to get recog- nition from the departmunt. They feel conlideiu of success. Another praiseworthy move is that of the dis- play at the ladies', exposition of (he Dry-Farming Congress. An elaborate and very beautiful exhibit is and Magrath 'will be a con- spicuous factor in ''the .women's sec- tion of the congress this year. HOUSE OF COMMONS THE BEST VENTILATED ROOM IN jg-1 THE WORLD The best -ventilated room in the Tvorld is, according to Sir H. Lucy, the English House of Commons The aormal temperature of the House of Commons .is, with infinite care and at considerable cost ot the nation, kept at the level of 62 deg. Thai is the ideal temperature for healthy human beings. Tho ther- mometer is consulted every hour, the result recorded in a book that will never be published Au man passes a useful life in perambulating the ;iml its precincts, thermometer in hand, lest- Ing the temperature.....His report is, hour by hour, carried to I the clerk of the works." And every member knows that Uie atmosphere i3 moat depressing. j company are evidently .straining every to cope with (ho situation, hurl just how for llicir etfcris ivili be sue-' ceasful will unr lie known for another I i wo weeks. Tho full force of the har-i vest will then be upon the country, i ami if there is a congestion n will i occur at thai time. This Is the opin- 1 everal men who are FAMOUS VICTROLA The Marvellous Musicul Instrument that reproduces the voices of the wotld's greates singers with absolutely human, life-like effect, is now made m a wide, vancly of styles and sizes, and at prices that place il Within the Reach of all EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited MONTREAL 112 We carry tlie only full and com- plete stock of Victrolas and Victors in the city together with 3000 records. !j Visit our Victor Parlors today. Mason Phone 1265 New Whitney Block Dominion Building Phone 791 WILSON HITS. AT HIS OPPONENTS merely sought to confirm and estab- ion of You need a cap oftener than you need a hat! At Last! A Cap With Style You men who imagine that every j cap looks "sloppy" simply don't know how smart an EASTERN BRAND cap will look on you, There's a do.zcn times you need a captc onre you'd wear a you only had the right cap. csy enough to get itl Some store near you sells EASTERN BRAND caps. It's a store ihe situation closely. Missionaries Called Four missionaries have railed by the first presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from Jlagrath. They received thc-ir "calls" last Saturday night, and are expected to leave Salt Lake for vari- ous parts of the world nn the L'7t of November. Those who will form the party are Messrs. George Gurney, William French. Clyde Bennett and .Vowel Rich, all of 'whom are young, unmarried men with the exception of Mr. tluruey. They are all well and favorably Known here, and they will probably do effective work in the mis- pionary service. A farewell party will shortly bo prepared for them, and a fund started to assist them a ijttlo j nn their way. There will likely he one or two others leave a little later from Magrath for the Held, and young men have been selected to take up ;i live months' missionary course at rlie Knight. Academy at Raymond. This will constitute, the missionary pro- gram of the Magraih ward of the Mormon church ibis fall. There are seven missionaries out from Magrath at the 'present, time, and it is hoped by the local authorities that tills number will bo doubled by spring. Other News Alvera Coieman loft, on Monday for ITtnh. ivlif.ro lio will i-sttam hio who ia ill there. Mrs. Coieman will likely return with him :n the course of a. few weeks. Mrs. James -Meldrum was an ex- cursionist to Utah on Tuesday's train, She will spend most of lior time at Salt I-nko City and Ogdcn, where she has a brother and sister rcaWIns, JOE HEDGES Republican candidate for Governor New York State Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite Sth Si-. S.. near Ave, Lcth-riilgo. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUR PRICES SAID TEDDY WAS AN INCOMPET- ENT PRESIDENT AND TAFT AN INACTIVE ONE Indlaimpnliii. I Oct. the first lime during tiic national cam Iiaign, Gov. Wilson last ulgiit directed extended atutck on tin luliiifnisiruUoiis of preside-in Taft and former president Roosevelt. The guv ernor charged that Col. Roosevelt us President had been- found "incompet '.Mr. Tal't lie said, hud on the other hand, failed to alter ihu politics iiiiiuguniteci under iirfsiiient House veil's administration, "when trusts and monopolies grew upon a scale -nevoi heforf; dreamed of." "What I want to draw your attcn lion said the Governor, "is that the new third party has not drawn lo itself I he full strength of even all of the principal lenders Of the insur jjent republicans, because this circuin stance uppSK'-Is to every man who thinks the present situation over; the very things that we are protecting against, the very conditions that we are trying to alter, are conditions which were created under the two loaders of the two branches of the present republican party because it is true that these conditions were JUST. as much created under Mr. Roose- velt as they Slave been created under Mr. Taft. "There was a growth during his ad- ministration of the great, mononoHes.- which we call trusts, upon a scale nev- er before rlretimed of, and upon a greater scale than has been character- istic of the administration of his suc- cessor. Sometime ago, durins tho campaign which preceded the two re- publican political conventions you remember that there was a vory in- teresting campaign between Mr. Taft, BERNARD SHAW'S ANSWER AMBIGUOUS London, Oct. George Bernard Shaw anil II. G. ;uld their opin- ions in "The Pteuire'or the .Baby" controversy now under vay in the London Daily Kxpress. Hoth being on i he side of tlu; baby, although Sbau who 'loves riddles presents a now one. ile "In reply to yoiii' iiifinivy if 1 were in a burning garret- with the Dresden madonna and a live baby, would I Fttve the picture of the baby, 1 should certainly save, the live baby. But this reply leaves you as .wise as you were before, because you can hardly call Jtaphneis picture- a baby it is getting on to four hundred years old, and is as much alive as on the day, of Us birth." Mr. "Wells says: "Save tlie baby? Certainly and if the alternative was 1101 a baby but a kitten I would save ihc kitten in tba In'icrests ot" -art. This worship oi! masterpieces means the suffocation ot U't and literature." Learn now of Hosiery Keally Fault-Free! Let your next hosiery purchase be Pen-Angle. Examine these perfected stockings or socks closely when the cierk chows them to you. Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you have been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been knit into the fabric dragged into shape as in all other hose. And then, when you wear them, see how snug and neat they fit shape-retaining their method of manu- facture how long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes itsure your hose will you cease casual buying and demand only 79 anybody could say against, Mr. Taft. j Mr. Roosevelt said, and everything that i anybody conltl say against Mr. House-j volt, Mr. Taft said and the democrats j wore inclined to believe both of them, j for the trutb was that Mr. Taft wan' merely tlio sncr.ossor to Mr. Hoose- velt in the prosecution of policies which Mr. Taft nol akcr, and, MAIIF. BY Peomans Limited PARIS, CANADA Dud or wear, Sweaters, Hosiery ;