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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .DAILY J1EMA.LD" BG I1U OVER What adds more- to a is more enjoyed l if MI a cup of good offee? Js. simpler Mr Lathrop ia -His -Travels. Sa) i i .'This Fad. MINSTHEL6 COM. ING- HERE IN AID OF ST. .-PATRICK'S' BUILDING 1 FUND Wertiu'.sday, October S, 19K5 Why deprive yourself of vthi's luxury when I al Brand Coffee costs but one cent a rcrefDmg o advanced far enough farmers to 'cbunt uu Hi? nur: _- 'Men and .-Women Bravely to Save Their House- Kivc liun- s forward i to more usual iiitcrest.. from triumphs won In th-ir' '.will preseat-at the! theatre (or two nlsht, of territory, noil to'the sea devastated, .ILe EQtHh side off Front it being swept away, completely. iun- 1 17 arj wU'ch will-! thM lion'.now, touring the American COD- tincnt. Kvcrir member of liie CIlASCh SANBOKN, t '-UI TOREADOR MADE Oct. the jnosS "in Spain, fcas an-- nounceif his retirement frbinr.ttie'buli- Ane He wilt "kill his .Oct., tor3 benefit of the BaU'lTiUiiVers Eaor an Institution of wblch'he ti. the under." Bombita made his fortune estimated at 5600.000, entirely" from the ring 'and has be- jirxu away great sums in Len- Ijy a-loral' '.ot.-.ibe -igraile bas iff iha; per; [is not surpassed u-hrn-ihe final coual is. made, ihe majority of grain handlers-.trill not be resized. -lirhls ibro.igh tae country, O: T. Lathrop has bad a fiood oppor- tunity "lo some ol the crop conditions, and has eatberetfan iater- Sin of yields from different _ II. J. Quinn, o! ".51 ilk Hiver. has an extra 'averagiag '3s ufbols. The German setUeweat south of rassy Lake averaged 40 bushels of aeat to lie acre.. H. H. Owen, of 2-23. averaged 45 bushtls of wheat, add. In ovlcsi year on an; average WILLOW RIVER INTERIOR BRITISH'' COLUMBIA'S acd COM- offers nariralled le far money making Us for money making IX- EN TS, BUSINESS, and HOMES. Located on the FRASER Eld RU'ERS, GRAND vjJUNiv PACIFIC. PACIFIC AXD BAY and other railroads in centre of. a LARGE.'RICH FAHSI- AMD TIMBER-DISTRICT, the point for the WOX- PE-iCE RIVER COUNTRV. id theJXTCH .pATUROQ MINING insures the fature ot WIL- PR. Write now, today, for PACIFIC LAND TOWNSHIPS CO. V J LIM.ITED. JQ2 Strict, Vancouver, B C I V Agents Wanted 43 bushels. Ellen H.-os., of and always will. Poor Lo Ignorance of copditlons or tpjcarer lesa iUiethbds, has; bpen responsible Hirer, have 30 bushels to the acre this year, and in 1910 bad '17 bushels. S. LeffmgTvell, at Warner, har- vested ilO bushels oats to 'the sere this year. H. Bugler on his farm five mile? of "Warner, has reaped an average of 40 bushels cf trheat to tbe acre for Use past five years. Tenny Bros., at Warner, who aad I5C-0 acres of crop this year, C5 bushels of to-ihe atrt r "at; Stir 1m F also -all of which graded lop grade. "Franli bridge, averaged 30 bushels, and N. H. BiWray also. lad "v hlgH7'. throughcut. Other crops were cqnaMy good, and It irere there are un- doubtedly a great many bfetter.- The one lesson that Mr. Lathrjp tates from is tie that It baa been demonstrated time antl time again, that bumper crops can oe raised In Alberta in any in 'anV 'paSt.-.five lh im has a var- of1 seasons., Vfc ;had_dry fyeafs, TO THE iEXCURSIONS OLD GOUMTRY Man's Faithful friends! NOW H THE TIME to let ui mske arranstmentj FOR YOUR TRIP RAIL' To Montreal To Quebec FARE To St. John November 7 to Otcember 31 lncluiivc LIMIT FIVE'MONTHS and Sleeping Can In connection with to Ship, -Mi. No change en route' and Extension Privileges Full pertfculara delsils arranged for you by S.B. MITCHELL R. PKONE 512 'EAMSHIP LINES' Agent, Cil'gjiry. been ar- Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Hlis'e Rlhbon Tea, Coffee. Itaklag I'owJsr, Jelly Powders aud.Extracts. Turest and Lost. When In doulit'iise iilue'HIbboti, We guarantee perfect satisfaction ulth all our pure food products. ,f j'-a-'mlllioapt '--'A In the the "sate driven of Canada. "It jlaud by shU'ering in for uifn of Medi-l ______ PORFIRp DIAZ i the blinding snow and ruin, which thR'jcitie HaV to" accompany the troupe, j Ex-Dictator of Mexico, who will has f.vucht. In the making jt a. combination busi- cellent local, talent it.provides: where In (he.couutry. ihere lave teen I of adverse climatic ''There" is.absolutely nothing wrong with this said Mr. Lath- ;op. "I have always maintained that, steamships VIctcvia and in, lying In tho roadstead, anil put. out to sea to breast ihc" waves away from toe danger of reefs and beaches. e sand Toe wrgskage allie the importance of deep and thorough tillage, and, most Important I .Il-i5 of all. summer fallowing. The next i problem to fare is (be market siiua-1 Una. tor all the AJberta has ever, been given. Things are turning now !CDW The spit, lying on' the and a crisis has been safely feast side of Ihe Snake Hirer Is cut off for every farmer to re- town, an3 fire apparatus wn- [not reach IL Pacific cold slor- ase plant, containing (he winter's1 meat supply i? located. Nothing can We can raise tie grain out It is d03e (o 3ave" U- Soon eed und'.v seventy cents a lSTePl 1nto the maln Part of I lock for Soulhivn Alberta's lant] seas burfil over tne bulk' i to go via Seattle and tiie Pan- ihcada- protecting'the jjouerty alpug aa'thc canal 13 opeced, CailadnK Urtlf li, Arfor- fear, lby the clouds, men and women what they val- ued mart." tattered' the the led v.ith of the nirf. llam- ifiered by Joe feiiiewolls" cf all business buildings oa the "sea- ward, side of the street il.Kindling wood. TJi'e Fvopt th iraahVof miaule y in a mass o Elite bath was one of .the first hulld- oain was one 01 inc [jrsi HELD THAT DEPARTMENT .HASJlTlg! to go, .collapsing into a pile. 0( .NEEggD< tjnir.inp-ycoA Jijjqiite'yr DER PRESENT ACT barely escaped with their lives. Th'a upper side of the stree.t is still Rjver 15. cleari'of'hous- Denitcr for Jlcdicine thu buTOmttered ttmbers-and rescrvatior.s for rarts anif .play-f Today Front street is a deep io'r- grotncs :n all sutiJivlsions. Ironl of foaming, swirliag water, carry- TLe bill opposed by Premier in Ita current the wreckage .of Sifton, who said that-ample author- many buddings It "hurled-like a ity to mafco waslbMtering. rEiu'agalnEt the Etandlng given :n'lU act as it stooil. ffopeny; Hon. C. R. Mitchell, minister ol Early In Ihe nigat she riant of (h'e that (he ana Co. was wrecked the necessity of ianj the itreetWere in darkness unlil ..thest.tfSstraljoM said; that he L anife engjne to a dy. to .it being tnaJe an nam and temporary relief. -cases, u-hprn jthc-smount ol land being MJMmded fn'fts fiVily 'small II might be a posi- to the o' There wete hesiiies those of playgrounds, for it desirable thai reser- VatiMw 'should te ina-le. Reservations weie. also'maile in regard to school aritj minister: of education j teen u'rjing 'Ihat. the reservation i one, it is to hoped the' cordial reception and the capacity o! the Ma'jcstic theatre taxed to its ut 0 Rail Rates WITH V LONDON AND THE duel of uk st ______ It (o fo Mclnnl oiiighf -'5th Murphy. !s PHIIiAtV DEC. Zrt, got a sale 1 Dtj. called it ;t ofi ir bind mf.i-cd I'cemiet Siflon that I jhc not read a time, wy'c.irritd by 31 voles to 16. fallowing up this rac-lir.n in regard of of subdivisions (or parks and j Jlr. Spencec has given on Thursday neit he will ask 'for -particulars as to total amotihl sulidivfdcd and passed upon the department o( pullfc woiks up to. the picswit what 'area .was reserved foe parks and E arid other public purpes- cs, -exclusiTC of public arid scnool_5ifrs, nhcrs these re- i and the amount reserved at earh point. ii o. so'" he .rejilicil. WHERE IT HAPPENED. During a. dinner forty a young Frenchman was seated r'eit (o a fine looUng young woman who was wear- log a gown jvhlch displayed her beau- tiful "J carce near not being -here tc- Wght." Mid the. "I was .few days ago and !t gave me consfder- loretgncr ?aiedVat Ihi .y.nue iTmn'ofi.tho f'ls.lbsi "Where" wt-ru Tno i-rnurelr and aald: .Monlljly. The Aristocrat of the Kitchen After a glimpse into the kit-: a device called the Economizer chens of thousands of -well which not: only actually saves managed homes throughout one' ton of coal in every' six Canada, the Guraey-Osford in the ordinary range, Range may truly be spoken but .so regulates the heat in as the .of pyeri thatdeliciously dainty Kitchen." It is the first range' cakes, golden brown biscuits, to-day in Canada both in point .and light flaky pastry are sure of ,appearance and .cooking results from every baking, efficiency. Uisa which A- bright nickel trimming that never tarnishes, smooth, woman from the constant toil polished top thatnevef requires in the kitchen to a black this range "is to level of Jife' Econ' woman just one beani of grati- allows hertp go visiting or shopping and: keeps a low fire ready for her return, when by simply turning the lever a fication. But besides its handsome Gurnejr-Oxfprd more than fulfils every range is built cessful cooking. H- .contains :in your household. CALL US-ASK FOK OUR NEWCA AND RANGES hot fire is quickly produced. 'Employ the Gurney-Oxford G.W.Gray 310-5th Street South Phone 761 A Paris 'model of whlu satin with wired turnlc pleated mdllne sdjtd f'ir. ;