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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LtrrumuDGi; DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, ocTomcn 10, inin C. P. HIHilG ITS NEW STATIONS Man., Ocl Following Us custom o( naming stations lo per- petuate ihe name of officers auj em- ployees o[ the company, tho Canadian pacific Hallway u glTlEj as far as possible names on the new lines now building lu the west Ibe names ot employees wiio decorated (or meritorious service during ihe war The foil owing new si aliens, all on Ihe new lines BOW under conslruciloa lii Ihe west, uamed: Hesbeth. on the line; J. A. Heskelh, D.S.O.. D.C.M.. Companion of Ihe Order of St. Mi- chael and St. George, assistant engi- neer. Winnipeg. KirSr-atrlck, en Ite Acnie-Unjoihelter Hue, Tor M. Klrfc- Patrick. MX'., asslf'.aiu freight traffic manager. Winning, (jastxrgoe. on ibe Leader aail bnucb, for F. A, Ca.-eoiiirn.1. D.S.O.. superinrecd- ein ot car service. Montreal. en ihe Milden soulhwp-sl- eru branch, (or J. 11. Thivshor. M.U.. M.M.. firtinau. Kcnora. Neighbor, on Ihe souili branch, for U. Neighbor, M.C.. D.C.U.. storeiuaa. nipeg. Vuwm. on the iJiniean conhwcsler- ly branch, for L. 11. Vnwln, M.C, ac- counlani, Schmber. Growing Tomatoes in Alberta A POOR EXCUSE I won't lake Vicioiy Donas. Lei the profiteers buy The Ontario man who (Ms rpmarfc may be assured thai ihe pro- fiteers will as many as (her can get. Men who made money out of the war were generally sufficiently keen Jo recognize a inveslmenL It is certain that they will not allow their I'roHls or their savings to lie in tlie bank drawing 3 per cent, or less, while absolutely sure "paptr." drawing 5H per ocnt. is fluttered before their faces. The purchase ot Victory "Bonds Is food aside altogether [com the national and patriotic Morp thr.n a million people who bought lasi year know that full ive'l. Men who uerer before bad savcj money were able to accumulate J200. They gol a inste of I dividends. Besides, when a house- hold emergency came they were pre- pared. Why sliould these R ill-edged Hies be leit tor the profiteers? They, I will buy to the limit, lor business rea- IEDUE. The siiuo reasons should con-1 Jviuce any ordinary citizen oT Canada jtbat ihe national inleresl anil his rersonal Interest umke a team, and together In pertect rhythm. The production ot- tomatoes la )SrEi" on prairie tot to have betu u succcifc la ih- bui iiiVrie people are ol i lypp who are forever doing Ihlag which uever ioM before Wwsrfi. G. 0, Kerr and J. K. TerrilL ol hiTc eUserr? d lor some yeara Uial in Email quaniltlcs WON inalured'in the 1-eLlibrldsf dJstrict and decked that there was no reason why- tb? experi- ment thouM not be- made oa a com- uiervlal As i roauh about two n'frva of lomatort wt out lisi oa lant} firmed by Mr. Kerr. a lew miles of LelhbrJdjP. Tho plants were etarted under ID and set out oa Juiif 6. T. and S, at .irhJch lime they wc-ra from 6 10 S Inches ID height. Thrte thousand hundred plants trerb eci ihe plot. some ot them ihree (eel apart and foiue four feel apart. The inporUnce of the teems' io Indicate that (he four foci plant Is preferable, Che roll FKurcO was an old pasture which had since alfalfa, and Is by a iriud'break of trees on tho western side. II Is a very rich loam wiUi a gentle south slope and.'Oj course. Is Irrigated. The land was cultivated In ihe ordinary way and Irrisairrt btfore plthlcd and three The first ol the ripe fruit waa avcllable seven nftcr selling "out ttc plants, or about the end of July. During tho month of August five lo srii hundred poutuls of 'loauLiltil ripr fruit rras tahen off thr plot each dar and this rale of pro- duction continued Irilo Sepl ember. The total yield of the plol Is esllm- aiod at 3S.OOO p-cunds .and ft ready market was round for the product in Ihp of Lethbridge, the farly ripe Hxnatoes bringing (vcnty-iive ceiits i pound find Ihe latter crop firtren jonts a pound. The gross price ol pounds el Ihe InUpr ft211 re Is According to Mr.- Kerf, ho dlffl- were pxpprlcnced In tbe pro- duction of this crop., The vines RTCIT Lrihi.ncd early Iti July for the purpose of producing heavier frull and also ndmitliris more which ripened It. sery rapidly. Tbe tomatoes were as -largl and as well as Ihe lirst imported stock from llritiFh Columbia of.HVafblng- icm Jind. Vein i: srov-o: they, ol Gathering Tomatoes'in-Alberta, course, reached Hie consumer in let- ICT coridiHgn. The crop was so heavy thit in many cases ih6 suppon' staXes which nad put in for Ihe vinea lo climb on were broken down. One Tine was noted which had eigh- ty-three tomaloca on it. Up to the mifldle of September no damage had been experienced from frost, "alfhbugh as a precaulidriai-jr measure fl'nx'straT haJ b'eri dumped nboMt the plol, Emudges could be Started If neccssfcrj. Mr. Kerr ou't-lhal Ihe essential thing Iti tbe production of tills crop wna the irriialloci. which not only tnii aniDunl of fruil but by ample moisture at Ibe time rrsulled in early Irrigation U Is douljtful if th'c experl- menl. would liavo tecji al all success- ful, and Kbile it IS not thai every- person 'can po Info iomato raising la Southern Alberta and pro- duce J2.GOO per'acfe Ihe experience In this case at least Instruoilve a.a u> what those lands are ca- pable "of. It is not too much to ?ay tbnt Euch lands, if located In tho mountainous part of- the continent, would be sold el many .'hundreds ot dollars per acre, but'because the? are found In AlberU-ln praclically limitless sweeps-of pratrlc thpy are etill sold ready for the.ploir at less than what would be the cosl of clrar- In? them In even lightly ifmhpn-d regions. Their very niakes It difficult to .grasp thfir value but there Is doubt that some day they the lioifle.'or Iho ruost produelive-end closely selilul asrl- cul.ural coiuniiiiilt.v on-the' contlu- enL ____A Corns Should Be Unthinkable Time" "licis known to millinnt. The pain of a'.corn caa' be; insUnllT (topped, ittd for- ,-erer.. Tht ended and tuoalJy ,in two dara. Tbe mcthbd is It? contists of.atiachuig a Bine- jay forfittinB ihe' uid letting tbinxa uke their CMUt 'Tbe rnalfi hjrre prtiTtd by-eipcriecce. They hive been to many people- that corns: are now comparatively ui-, Corn are needless. Paring corns is (oily. Old-time harsh and Biussyi treatmcnti place today. Yon will know these find quickly, if youll try ai Bine-jay oji one corn. Do it' tonight, and the whole corn question will settle jtself 'etd-.. J -'Slopi PUB IniUatlri. The Drujp-U; BAUER ft BLACK, New Yoilt Partition .of Hungary, Illustrated The' elory of Austria's downfall Is I graphically described bj- the hundreds of postage stamps Tvhicti have been i Issued in Central Europe since tho armistice. j InimefJiately after the amnesty of :0ctoher 2S. 1.01S, which, conferred the right of Bell-detenninalion on the sub- !jcct peoples of the 'i provisional governments of Ihe -new nbmari -capitals. Pictorial stamps were also issued for propaganda pur- poses on January 2S. under the auspices of the Italian National com- mission, Ihe subjecls including an al: legdrical figure -'at Fiuuie crowned with Ihe Star of'Italy, a view of the city lower with, the Italian flag float- ing from Italian warship in the .roadstead of Fiume. These de- 'states seized thg sto.cks.oS-postage signs, have Elnco -tfeeu adopted Cor tlie stamps old resimer Clamps issued by--the provisional goV- and defacejl "tliem with ttielf-cwa un.tfnmfjtf.oSfltntte" On May IS; devices.. In Czecho-Slovakia ithis (he form of-tho orowned lion >of at Agram, the capl- itil of Croatia, the .former Hungarian j types Tverc re-issusd, prinled with ihe [letters -dDnoliug (to? Yneo-9lav j For day only, November 1913, the nverprnled "S. bj- the iugo-Slnv admlm'sLra- iJpn, Vere used Id frank letters posted n't Fiume; Iney-were tbc'ii In response to. Ibe representations ol Hie Italian '.During (he ensuing week? E-tain pa of Identical slgTi, but wlthoul Im- print, we're emplo'yed bj1 fhfe Italian postal service but alter Dev cemher .11, 1S16, all were with thd name of (he town In black .appeared.a supplementary series of cnariiy postage stamps, the designs of include Ihc mythological wolf Campldoglla, the Plazila of St VenlceA.and an ancient Ven'e- tian under salt; The Iluirianian occupation of Tran- ylvahia led to the stirchargins ol the Hungarian stflraps, formerly current there, with their equivalent values in "ban." and national cur- rency units of In -distinctive genrf had superseded tbe jrovislonaroverprlnlcd labels of -Aiis- .rift nod Hungary. -In each case the designs n( llic nspirn- t'.ons ot the young: nations. The eml nenl Czech Mf-Alfonse Muclia, responsible -for the flrsl national postage tliepzcchaSlovakln, i a.characteristic setting! of Linden, boughs, .H. vignette of Ibe famous of the ...first rays .of rising srfii. VA flfibrc tit Victory 'iioanlil-: ihc1 monogram, ot the Jngo-Siav Union, a sailor proclaiming Ihe re-1 public from'a masi-head, anil the fig-1 urc of a native-artists the des'gns of the nnjiir.iilflr. postage, stamps Croatia- Those .of Iho Slovenes, Issued at resent Ihe classical figure of a prisoner newly released. In tbe case low Any Old Talking Machine Can Be Made Younfj Again j By Buying Some New j 90 cents (or ID-inch, double-sided I 1 I'm Fwem Blowing Bnmui FoiTrol 316M1 i Tbil Tumble-dowo ia Wm. Edittin'j Sir led Trio I've Col M j Capliln Working tor Me Hat-Billy Thai Alo'lAU Arthur Rekls 1 JojtptC-Srailh'jOrchatTa' 18M1 Ev obodr Shimmies Mtdlty Foj Cairo Tro( AIISUrTifo 18602 Gcricril Military Ktpm BioJ Mircfc Onwit't Red Seal Records M779 Ujfm o' Mine (Sopiano) fmm J1JLS 64821 T.njo (Violin) Hilda Elrrua 1.15 41820 La llbtia (Sopftao) Galll-Cuid US H832 lo Acl 1 Oreboln 115 87566 Swtdlih Cradle Soor (Sornno >nd Violin) Alma Cluck Urem ZimbiSil LOO SPECIAL! H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Souvenir Record I1HIO fGed Ihe KJnj ind Cod Kit Prince of Wilts I'-lnij fcnd D( H.M. CoMKrtM IRuhBriltnmi lUnd o( 1131. Guirdi Victrolu From MO lo K80 cm CUT p.j. menta, if Ast loi Iiee copy of our 620-page MujiuL Encyclor'CdiA. over 9000 Mulcr'i Voice" R-cord.. Hear them at any "His Mallei's Voice" dealers by t Berliner Gmm-o-pbone Montreal values, and a nallre sirl in eala attire, a nude boj" bearing a palm branch, and a portrait of Ihe veteran King Peler of Serbia, on-.those oivthc de- nominations. Since 1, how- ever, ihe separate postage stomp Is- sues uf Cru'alia, Slavonla, Bosnia, Dalmatia, elcv haye.heen rcplaceri by a single series common to the whole .of Greater Serbia, bearing the J Gallcla'tho Aualrian postage stamps King Peter, nnd tnscribod "Krajol- were seized and overprinted both by stro S.H.S." (Kingdom of tlie Sorts. tbe Pol'sh ond West Ukrainian gov- ernments. Meanwhile arrangements had been RdD br the new governments ol and Yugo-Slavia_ for Croats aiiU Finally Iho Jlepuhlic oE German- Austria has> hcen 'provided- wil'.< postage stamp ierios designaLcd by Ihe Academician, .losnf Gel your Viclroli iiow and ue jirepared for the Victrolas from J34.00 up. We Invite you lo come lu our'store and hear the (olloirlng 61SH When You Look In Ihe Hearl of a nose------ by Jobn McCormack llaluboiv Division March Artbur Prypr's Danil Spirit of Independence Mnrchj.. Conway's Baud l Out of'ihe FDI Trol .........'.........Joseph' C. Smith's Orchestra Rainy Day Trot C. Smith's Orchestra 6h Suste IJehave stedley One-Step Van EPS Trio Monte Crlsto Jr., Medley Foi Trol___ Van EPS Trio Lullaby Blues Quartette Whcii Ihe Ilecs Mrtltc Honey DOWQ lii Sunny Alabam i....... By Irving end Jack Kanfman Sorter Miss You .by Frances Alda 1S559 IS a 51 1S55G 1S5G3 t'L BALMORAL BLOCK, LETH0RIDGE, ALBERTA. of naliohal jiostagc ner, and comprising first a post-horn, lid 07 the beginning oI13I9 stamp's of second the Austrian and third -A youth planting a young tree. krone, has been produced by luo entire sorles. consistitig of twelve slate printing worhi at uninlnntlona from three holler to ouejilon Tlmea. GiganticSafe-FREPTHAELL'S, 315 5th Ladies' Tweed Coats Rubber lined. Regular to To clear at Regular To dear THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Ladies' Heavy Winter Coats Regular to To clear at Gigantic Reduction on OVERCOATS Regular 555.00. All .wool heavy ulster. 48 'inch length with large roreralbJe collar. 4Q Horschicle anil Pigskin wool lined GLOVES, Reduction on SWEATERS' Hegular .111 50. Brown heavy Vnll. Q UNQERSHIRTS. Regu-kr for Reduction on MEN'S SUITS Keguiar 453.00. All wool woralcil. tn AA Sncclal COATS. Regular On sale at..'. Pull over SWEATERS. Regular for At Regular 150.00, All wool Irish frieze, in 110.00. Kawn, lilue antl grey. 7 OC .At 1 JaS.OO. Ilrown Iwccd, wMtllnc Art ino''el tailored made Spcclol al llegular I51.00. All wool hcaty tweed, lino .model, plush collar- Special in- fircy and maroon. 7 with 'car caps. Regular to On sale at f'jO.OO. Iwucil, 3-bulton lo fn DRESS SHIRTS. Regular to at 48.00. Druwn, Ijliio and twin. c. J45.00. Ilrown ovcrchcck Iwced. 07 AP Itegular Orejr Irish frieze, large JA Collar. J7.00. Slato. C 110.00. Orey wllh pin stripe. OO QC Special nl f.. flegular I15.DO. Drown cieck, hearr on J0.60. Fancy cheek. I a Orey check, walgt line OO Hogular 411.00, Kxlra fine nil Q fr woo] cornb'naliona, Hale I'rico v Regular ?3.00. fine aU com- A Jtcgulnj- All won) rlWwil f? OC Hptr.lal SC.50.' Hilibcd Ct Regular J38.00.' Ilrown twcctl, wnlallintj 01 QC ilegular JJ8.00. Hrown check, n-i Ht'giilar nine, black find 1 Ar Itv Orejr chock worstfil. no QC Special Regular 530.00. Orcy Mrlpe Iwee'l. o t nr Special arey check tweeil. n i nr Bpeclal nl ItitOO BOYS' OVERCOATS Sizes 31 to 35. Regular J20.00. -i e en To clear at Sale-price 1 Hcgnlar good wool CAT comljlnalionfl. 3alc Price D IT D Spring needle knit A OC medium welghl COLLARS Larse rartgc ol 1 Each ?3.7u, colioft spring fltrtltc fcnit combinations. Special QC at JUST ARRIVED WrfxhL shoes, mado tip. In Iho lO-Crt newest laalf, IA comhiu.iilona. n rtp i ;