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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta l-rlilay, October HIE LETIIIWIDGE DAILY HERALD The FIRST COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA MAPUE LEAF LABEL YOU always have an appetite for COWAN'S Perfection COCOA. The-fragrant aroma is so tempting. And what food that you enjoy as much as Cowan's Cocoa is so so easy to Breaktast---Cowan's seem to go together. -X LB.-ANB I L.B AT ALL GROCERS The COWAN CO., Limited TORONTO, CANADA People's Forum A VIEW ON COMMISSION GOVERNMENT Kditor of The Herald: following the Rev- itTal articles in the Herald on "Gov- eminent by and tbink H lb well ineanl. and aUo high time 'that the citizens "warm uy" an ast- itatlon along these lines, su as lo set port a Large Quantity of Seed "A man could mate fiood wages cide who would Tho Heading of a Name best man lor ch place. While these articles are move in the right direction. I tblnk you are erring In your conclusions. A fvo'jld mate the best; in the corn states hunt the shade for size and quality. Mr. Koss raisfd siv acres oi this vtr.deriiil i-rou lor fodder, but left a r ibe city would lose to Lie extent of .eKklency in [heir ami .hat v the commissioner's salary. I will ad- mil that, in bonie you bo right, .but there surely are one or generally called 'Tall-roiding." The best solution It seems lo me, be to elect good, fatr aisd broad- LITTLE FELLOW DIED Oanbrook. H.C., Oct. Leonard tbc itfant more men In this cltv wfco Lave good -minded men. who have a good general j common sense and'practical know- '.experience, as well as some hno.v jv oli Id of hvan died v ledge or esvrtenco who could con-ilcdgc of the department for which Ws afternoon as a resut of v dact the iffairs oi tbe office and give ithey are aspiring. fallen Into a lub of wa- v as good or belter results than an en- gineer. The old maxim that "experi- ence makes the apply here. Any engineer that we have had i sinall -patch to see if it would ripen far did not seeni to know anything i for seed. The-rcsult was z jaSoul handling men EO as to get the ONI.OOKKH. SOLOMON WIPED OUT N'ome, Oct. received to- day state that Solomon, a mining camp, forty miles east of here, uas destroyed by- t'ne storm which damag- wp days ago. Details are an engineer pe- annum. And even If ;not available, as all wires are down. i me. the citizens elected an engineer as The situation In Nome Is Imirrovcd. Itook' the matltr up, arrii haTe commissioner.-would he go out and there Is no danger of epidemic. icicicd to import alout 100 bushels ot jana do alj engineer'B work? I think !______________________________ jSorHIivCslttii DEnt corn Irom h- ,rould hire one ;is as' I to be.distributed ]ayman' would, jainoiig Ihc farmers ior planting. j Chw'JIayor' slated during his clcc- j "AVait till our 1'JU corn crop is iUoa campaign ho would to I1, said Mr. fiundal. "We ei- Kag. clause.. ,vaf IThe ears were and lull, and nu- ;best results, and the city would ulU- and screral of them were sent mately lose more through incfficien- destroyed by OS-samples- to tbe Minnesota state cies hero and there, than tlie price of led tills city t jiair at Sliuneapoiis. The. Agricultural society En which he by for some time on Tuesday afternoon. EARTHQUAKE SHOOK MESSINA Messina, Sicily. OcL 9. strong earlluiuafce shoclc. lasttns twelve sec- onds, occurred here today, and caus- ed considerable panic Just at Hie time when tho American llefl Cross orphnn- age was Ticing opciicd at Palma. Alberta's Agricultural u exhibit to Minncapo-1 'pcclilo-send _ it ,Us .to- comptlc, with the host com :wouM.Eee to ,t that-is. grown anyivncre, and we ex- some too. II we show those Minnesota and Ural slate latrncrs that we canigrow t or did nol com 'not onlv ior londer, but lor. c akot there will Le ,u inHux nt care to go out and.see. iscttters lo this rontitrv that will! I do for one moment believe world. That is a hat our city has lost E0 much trough cusc.vrilh many oi tiic Slates farm- :up to if elected, and also that eacli man cam- Did bi? do so? No- Idea v.'hat would commute a fair day's work tn uch a-conference until Its own iamentarv situation Is less eauivocal. "Xo doubt, -OB these WOEFUL CAR SHORTAGE grounds tte Australian desire for a -onferonce is widely- shared. Those Cars are woefully arc very ill-informed who declare that Taber; asserts Dan Olson, a he British or any other Rovorncient real ealatc mail town Oct. issued 1n London that the Dominions have made no proposal for a conference on ImpfjitU naval defence are repudiated in Auitmlia. "Ai a matter or fact, some three the Daily Tele- graph's Sydney, correspondent, "the Commonwealth government made- a definite proposal to the Imperial gor- ernment. Minister of Defence Mill en declares.that In spile.of :Mr. Aa U'ifth'B decision euch a conference ought to bo The Times eay: .problem'.of the wmirity of'the Pacific IB one'that -shArps Tilth Canada and Edmonton, Oct. compiled from farmers' reports show there bc increases of from 12'to 'J3 per cent.' in the 1913 grain crop of the province of Alberta. The crop is estimated as follows: Wheat, bushels; oats, barley, bushels; flay, bushels; rye, bushels. The hay crop ia'tstimated at tons; potatoes, bushels; turnips, bushels; carrots, 340.000 bushels; dairy products, J4.000.009: poultry and products, fur, flsh, truck garden The value of the province Is placed at a gain of 11% per "cent, over does "not deskc to see It realizeil as Eoon as circumstances penult." w Zealand, t the Brf- tlsli' .It is obvious, j ever, that conditions at the moment j arc Fiich a3 to make a conference 1m- "Xo British minister, fn tho present filate of "British politics could under- take a voyage involving an absence of weeks. -It- la very probable, moreover, that the Canadian eoTem- may postpone att'eadance at Picture' Odt princi- pal --theme in the district just now :Ho'w much did vonr Up to now it has from five-bush- els to thirty-one, the former.on disced stubble, and .the latter on siimmer- fallow. "Up to novr, all .summer-fallow las averaged twenty-five, soma re- markably clean, some awful dirty- Fall plowing is not recommended in this section, as it is as dirty, as (all wheat and far ICES crop, Oats arc averaging thirty-five, run- ning Trom thirty- to forty-two, ttll oc spring plowing. Church services at Battersea are well attended, and the musical portion .well appreciated. crs. You can't talk Alhrrta to them, A A A A A A il you can't show them that corn will I grow here. Tatcr lias shown the far- :mcrs hece that it can he grown, and hopes to sh'uu- the farmers over the chri.t Hne the same way, by growing it." sco.t at. ]fc a by many when the account was first published ,in Ibe Herald, regarding Mr.. Ross1 corn- Mr. Sumlal says it was all ;ttue, only 'not put strong enough- Mr. S'Jndal says that 35 pcicent. ot the threshing in the Tabcr dis- .tricl is done, and that it is grading well. There have been no tars spotted Tor two' week's, and the eleva- who is in Ihc city .today. How- ever, the farmers realize that they lave, had jjoqd weather, for threshing and the railways could hardly be to meet the demand. Tho 'coal mines there arc gelling the preference, and never shipped atc full; more coal than this season. It is all At Barons the- situatidn is L bad, and'is. not likely to prqve. J. t. Tasker, of that disiricl, was In' the to- anrl said that threshing CARLOADS OF CATTLE GOING" INTO STATES. Windsor, Ont.. Oct. effects of the new undrrwood tariff bill, the of which became effective when copies of the law receiv- ed in Defc-olt to-day, were clearly evl- A .dcnced wTica railroads began across carloads ot cattle which had A hew at lhe. ijoundary line for law to go fnto force. Within the past thirty hours cattle have come fir was in full swing again after the "snow. Some of.'his large, cro? ivill average- 42 bushels to tbe acre. GRAYSON RESIGNS. m Moose Jaw, Oct. Grayson to Detroit from this port" at a rate lias resigned'the crown pros editorship rf one car per hoyr, here which he tits held since th'e'dis- j-. The removal of the duty on cattle tricl was formed lfJ04. He Is sue- .however la easily" the feature of the ceeded by his paTther'in practice, G, bIH BO far as Ibis port is concerned K. Armstrong. 'The former duly was cent. We Are Ready To Serve You Again This week with a complete line of high class Meats, Poultry, Cooked Meats, Fish and Sausage. We ask you to deal with us for our mutual benefit will be pleased with the high quality of our fresh killed home grown Meats and we will have your patronage.. We might add that although our Meats are superior in quality you pay no more here than elsewhere. Phone us your order for your Saturday and Sunday Dinner Across the Street from the Court House Phone 452 Crockery and China Kirkham Bros, are going out of business, everything to be cleared m 30 days. Result, prices so far reduced that.every buy is a bargain. We Offer for Saturday Two Bargains of Bargains FIRST A Regular Dinner Set of 97 Pieces Hns 1 soup plnfc and 5 dinner .plates'missing, a nice patte.rn. Sale Price Only SECOND A Regular Dinner Set of 97 Pieces Short 9 dinner plates ami one largo platter. Sale Price Only YE OLD BLUE WILLOW We liavc received an extra shipment and so arc making extra special reductions to clear out. SEE OTJlt WINDOW DISPLAY A-42-Picee Ten Set Regular 89.50; SALEPMOE S6.75 A 98- Piece "Dinner Set; Keg. S40.00 SATiB P1HCB OPEX STOCK Off the List Price. 100-DINNER SETS deduced to Cost-100 CUT GLASS marked so low that it is not a luxury CUTLERY with the edge taken off the price. Look into this. Rogers 1881 CROCKS prices badly cracked up to 6 gals, for gal, 8 gals. tO gals. gals. gals. Glassware, Hotelware, E. G.L.qndS.Chamberware, all reduced 25 per cent at least for cash selling CLEARING OUT SALE KIRKHAM BROS. 510 3rd Aye. S. The Crockery Store SAVE MONEY ON XMAS PRESENTS ;