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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 9, rm: LETIIBUIBGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 THE WORLD-FAMOUS REPUTATION OF THE CtJNARD LINE li hilly ia Lhe ccv U913) oncVliu ofciu tu) twin attamcri sal MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS. Smut Li: j iocn. Opin Cvrtcifd SUleiooius. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS 5AUJNG DECODER lo Ui.rpocl. (1913) S. S. CUTTUI tjufi I'm of sailings in'l from Montreal, rortbad, ycv AgcaU, or THE CUNAUD STEAMSHIP CO, LTD. 304 tub WINNI THE WHITE STAR LINE'S New OLYMPIC LONDON-PARIS "5C-.ttfry.s3t October 25 Nov. 15 Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG OR LOCAL AGENTS pi in TV ol uUlLll COPPER MINERS ATTACK DEPUTY SHERIFF IN COWARDLY WAY AND KILL HIM Calumet, Mich., Oct. Pol laci, a sheriff; was tilled this morning by a copper mlno striker at Iho Isle Royal mine, near He was shot in Ibe tact of- the head and attacked clubs by a party of ten men, and died an hour, later. 1'ollack was lour.d by other depu- ties shortly after the attack laying tesiflc a road. He had beca so badly pounded that his brains Vcie expos- ed. Cruz has made one arrest and expects to apprehend all the men involved In thr murder today. The crime has caused much excitement in the. Isle I'.oyal district, and feeling runs hcgtt. Resolution Introduced Calling for Preventive Measures to Eliminate Bovine Tu- berculosis Edinonton, Ocl. 8. Tuberculosis among caltle uas discussed in the AlLeila .legislature today aud tha fol- lowing resolution proposed by lion Duncan Marshall, minister of asricul tuis, vas passed unanimously: VYheifas Ihc disease of tuberculos- is is prevalent among cattle in Can- ada: "And whereas this legislature ts ol the opinion that animals affected by this disease are, and have been dur- ing the past few year: other provinces into shipped from this thereby increasing the danger frum this disease, "And whereas human life is great- ly endangered by the sale of milk from cows affected by the disease of tuberculosis, "Therefore, he it, resolved, that this legislature, through the ruin'stcr oi agriculture, do memorialize the niin- the jister of agriculture for the Dominion Pollack, whose, parents reside, all, lo such j Atlantic mine, was to make ie 'as a deputy .and had incurred! the q' few days ago years old. He was tliirty-three CATTLE-PRICES WILL GO Toronto, Oct. reply to a query from the Tor- onto Telegram, J.-E. Poolc, editor of the Livestock World of Chicago, thus summarizes the cattle situation as affected by, the new tariff revising the duly on live- "The best information obtainable at the stock yards here is 1 hat little fat beef can come over from Ontario, and that the Canadian west has no surplus. The effect of the tariff, revision lo raise Canadian prices lo a parity with the U. S. The shortage of both fat and slock cattle U emphatic. Despite the short' corn crop, -a hindred thousand-thin Canadian cattle could be ab- sorbed by the corn belt without, depressing prices mater- ially. Canadian packers and meat consumers penalized by free trade. There are.only cattle Kt the six'.western markets' today, whereas is a nor- mal run. Chicago had only 4000 western range catlle today, against 750.0 last year. The year 1914 will1 wit- ness an acute cattle shortage all over the continent." cation so lar as possible of this disr ease from the cattle herds oi Csnada, and that the minister of agriculture in other provinces of flic Ijo'niinio.i be requested to co-operate in secur- ing and enforcing such regulations." Mr. Marshall said that the Domin- ion government within whose'juris- diction this matter tame had -dons nothing in to tuberculosis ex- cept to supply tuberculin to farmers with wVich they could ina'-.e their own tests. Petitions had been reraved Irom bodies oi (aimers all over the coun- try ask-lng that action be t iken along these lints to of the animals branch of the Dominioa to tale the matter up. While individual action on'tie part of the different provinces would be' some protection it. would rioCgb'far -tpv.-ards wiping- out. the disease in the Dominion. WE HAVE SOLD OUT We have sold the balance of our stock to W. C. Johnston, Calgary, who takes possession on Monday next, Oct. 13th, and who will continue the business under the old name The Lethhridge Clothing We run the business tomorrow and Saturday and place our entire stock on the bargain table. We want to reduce the stock as much as possible and have cut prices lower than ever. Friday and Saturday will be memorable days in the history of bargain giving and price cutting in this city. This is your chance to buy your (all arm winter stock of Cloth- ing and Furnishings at a bigger sacrifice than you will meet again. See what you can save Friday and Saturday at the big climax to our Closing Out Sale. Firemen's Caps BLACK OR STRIPE Underwear FLEECE LINED UNDER- WEAR, REG. 65c FOR .Wool Underwear REGULAR 75c .Wool Sox REGULAR SOc-i-GOING 15c Shoes AMES-HOLDEN, UNION MADE FROM 111) .tO Men's Pants ABOUT 75 PAIRS LEFT- GOING AT 90c uy Hats REGULAR and SOS REGULAR 52.50 FOR iji.4.5 REGULAR 52.25 FOR Suits up to Sweaters THE BIGGEST ASSORT- MENT IN THE CITY AT ACTUAL COST 75c up to Gloves LEATHER .GLOVES AND MITTS AT COST AND BE- LOW, FROM 39c up Overalls REGULAR 41.25 FOR 90c The LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING HOUSE OPPOSITE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE RAVENS AT 403 5th STREET SOUTH CHANCE FOR DESK-POUNDING Que., Oct new members will be presented to the speaker at. of lie local parliament on Tuesday, November 11- Tho.' newly-elected members are: Lucien Cannon, for Dorchester; P. A. BisEonnctte, for.Stanstcad; ,J. Haneuf, Tor Bagot; A. for Nlcolet. and the repreaentHtive of Huntins- election .will be beld la few wcoks. D, C., Oct. 8. Gcr- Former Police Magistrate Dead. Kingston, Ont., Oct. Daly, late, police magistrate of is dead aged SS years. He achieved suc- cess in agricultural, military, commar- clal and judicial pursuits. In 1857 ho was made police' magistrate of Lennox lo cny ruling fcri new lariff lair rvliicii limits the-ap- plication of the five percent, differen- to imports from the Great Possibilities of Lands (Conhtiurrt [ram front districts .till Ihe average farm unit is A quarter section, c-r even leas. ''Nine-tenths of our fanners are try- Ing to rrrigite too the re- EIJ.'C that It is Impossible for liem to Veep up with their worfe. Thek- crops are most uneven, because some parts are not irrigated at all while others are injured by too much water. This Is.'nol becauso we have poor farmers, I have heard some ofyou present A Good; Slogan "We want more -atfalfa, tlemen, more cattle, atid sheep to Teed to ro'.nt out In connection with tliese necessary, provided they felt It small holdings the advantages tbu dis- ;be of material help to the actual wa- Irict offers lo the poultry rajscr-in jter users. 1 believe it is a very Ihe way of an ideal climate, cheap iportanl rnalter. Farmers are doing feed and j considerable irrigating and have been for a few v.-ceks past.'and would Now, 1 havp doubtless said liltlc that yon did nol already know, but the people on the outside do not know. It to. .1 would Hke lo suggest a slo- Is u iot for as to gan for Lhe community, and 1 take It that the LetbbrlfJge. Board of Trade i %-ouId be a most fitting EO'jrce.for It to ortgtnale .from; the slogan is por cent, of our Irrigat- i lo exploll some of Iho pos- Hat He in the irrigated lands In tho midst of which we live? "Dr. Rutherford, in his excellent ad- dress before j r i a short time ago, em- F bashed the fad tint you as a body ed lajids Ih'-ilfalta In five years.' "Tils would make It possible lo jhouid lose'no to M the [among the farme. produce hundreds of thousands of dol- 'farmor8 oround you in every way jouU Kor ..clifive In time do much more than Ihey have In past seasons if the wa- ter was available later. Grass land must have early water if a good hay crop Is expected. "Tbe Irrlgatlonlsts are, unfortunate- ly, unorganized; but' von ere organ- ized. Would It be too much .'out of your province to attempt an agitation the farmers to bring this ab- were unanimous in and :thefr deeiro for tMa change I cannot b.ellere that the company Aldington over 20 years. held oEico for theirs were BO Interwoven. Now it oc- Berlin government woukl'not be sat-jbrldge of an [isfied with any decision not i lent to a complete rccosnilion of li; claims tc.a'gcncial remission cl five pcrcenl. Frante has sent, notice (list stands Ijy its carl'er protest rnd in- timating that retaliation lal- any Oisciimination against French ports. Portugal, wliicli lite France, has no favorcJ nation treaty, has assert ivhetlier its imports are lo be'penal- izcil, and AusUia-has made like quiries. in- Well Pleased With. Prospects (Continued From Frnnt guests of Mr. and Mrs. K.'n, Puffer, of Chicago, in their private car, and Is combining -business .with pleasure on tho trip. 1'uffCT Is general frclcht cgent for the Chicago, Burlington Qilincy Railroad, and averred .that Jaunt wr.s purely for pleasure. The Bur- Kngton arc. not going to-build! into rluhl away, tjut they have their cyea on this country ncveVthe- Ie33. and In speaking of Ihe large Iraf- fic In grain, Puffer's connlennnce indicated that he wonld ]nst- as eoon see Iho shipmets going 6vor Iho, Bur- lington tracks, and the business cornd his supervision, lie thinks, tho fadmers hero QTC a wonderful cla'ss of people, although be deals with 'them only Indirectly. He thinks will MR. GEORGE CREWS v ComerJia.n Witli "the Girl From Mumms" At. trie_ Majestic Theatre. Salurday Odober I llh ii-.-sn for dftlrrmcn at per ton. "It 75 per cent of 6'jr liTigable land was in alfalEa, we could not only main- tain hundreds of- dftirj; cattle, but rear marij; .hlgb gredp cattle and fancy. En and would also malte it possible to' fatten' u many mote raagu lion Is self evident. The average farm unit In Irrigation projects lo Ihe south of Is much nearer SO f c 'Plr'tel1 acres-than it Is acres' tut if ou'r farms were reduced to even JGO acres, we would witness" a vast Improvement _ .Whit Lsnd Can Produce word now as to-what-it Is pos- alblc for us to produce on our Irri- gated land, when it la farmed Inten- sively. First, speaking of alfalfa, for It. will always be a most Important crop, fci: two reasons: first, because It'grows so for. j ara will- ing to assert, without fear of contra- ttcllon, lhat wo can produce more al- falfa per ecre on Irrigated lands here; th-jn con be produced anywhere lii tie Dominion, with the possible ex- ception of Irrigated districts to the west- of In British Columl' is a fell Inown fact that, althoi Is a prolilaMe crop in mtny to In. the east tt thrives best unc gallui, where It receives ample mois- ture, iccompanlcd by a nmlmum am- o'ufil of sunshine. The seemd reason for Us ImporUncc la lhat It when fed. to .a milch cow as-has a ;rnl, )rrlgallon ls cstremely profitable; ton ofVvau.- I fancy neither Mr. ln with on, shCTt seaMn cleared earlier. ever, under the present system" the comjtany has to torn" the water out vrhose IncllnatJODs run In that line to iGbo.jt this lime so as to be able to do the repairs necessary, to maintain a high. Elate of efficiency.. Even then, It is only with the moat slrcnuoua ef- Star, of .Montreal art) making an ur- gent appeal to their present subscrib- ers to send In renewal subscriptions almost a necessity'for best results, during October and relieve They find that it Is not f osFiblc'lo do mous rush at Ihe close of .the year. much at lliis till about October, te- It Is a reasonable request from cause they cannot get tieir fields newspaper In such great demand, and Unfortunately, subscribers have nothing lo lose by complying. The Family Herald and deed a big dollar's worth. bred cattle and sheep each winter. on their put that they are able Crops Jto complete this necessary cleaning! "By rotating cwr' ordinary crops land repairing in the short liuie 1n the j with alfaift, a vest increase in yields ilall before winter sets In and early In j would To.llluslra.te Ibis point jtie spring, before water is required I m'lf'ht rciiilts obtained on by the BUtlon: Two years ago iy6 a roUtlon in which their timothy iusy harvesting, haying' and threshing the soil, possible to raise bumper crops of all kinds when It plowed up. The average yield of field. clued alalfa hay on tho B.MierlmenUI station during Iho piwl flvo seasons has been between five and six Ions per acre. Soy, lhal the aveingo fa-ra- QT, only ratios two. and ft half tons per acre, arid placing its value for feed- tag im roosts it l.lP.OO per a grois rrtji-rn 'tit 125.00 -'per acre la realized. It'.-itouii take a o< 30- cent irhett lo produce this; and, marX acre list year, and 635 bushels thla year.'- We raided 58 bushels of wheat to the aero last and 59 bushels th'la jMr. By tlmllar rota- tion the 'at lucar beets In the Bajmoad .dtifrlct coiild be Increased without nueilion 50 per ceht, Vrult como to demand- {rof< wheat, JB It this Is produced year after jretr, 'with no Jilowlni or Medina-, ar.d no Idle.Vtirs ictcrrenlng tor -summer- fallo'Klnc. With Intelllteiil feedlnf, no should esptrienced in (o him as tho only r.mkol solu' lion. The party visited tho Irrigation clla- trict cast of the city this mom'iis, anrl inspected the now I. II. C. building ve over ton. .On the this cfierncon'. 7" we have fed Iambi for the past Mr. Jones Is tho sales mana'gcr of.jlwo iflnlers, and realized about t20.00 the company for Cnnad.i, arid Is, well jpir ton for cholco alfalfa. "We fed a j.leasert with Ihc oullools im. the com- steers last-winter, and realized Ins per ton for tho bay feed. ed off. This wAte'r could bo turn- should allow the com- pany ample lime at a period when tbe weather Is favorable .to complete their repairing. Thb water then .cotild bo turned on arain and allowed to ma till cold weather, and turned on again first thing in thu spring, the posslblo Inconvenience tie. farmers "On the sraall garden tracls In the mUht bo PJ' to wouM for tomes- close..vicinity of the oily rich oppor-ifc vtaler for their apd this lunllles nre being neglected In tbe'cwild easily be overcome by filling way of rafting iffiall fruit.. The Ihelr. rrterrorra tiai they for iwlDX.W Ihelr winter tiff' i.curruli'lui.puied the exped- "As I mental stage.. 5 bare personally company cuinot well turn water tt for Ihe lut twelve off during 'Irrigation'