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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridse Daily Herald, Tuesday, October'llth, 1910. Page U> npi s The That Counts Round Street Phone 763 The uniform quality .maintained from year to in bur Lumber and Building Sup- plies has given them the first place among builders. We can assure our patrons that the same quality will be maintained An the future as it has been in the past, and we solicit a continuance of your orders. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yardi Lethbridge N. Lethbrtdft Taber Bow .Island Milk. River High Rivet Claresaola. Nanton Granum Carmangaj? Barons Kipp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS you aware of thejlarge-niimber. of hardy Flowering Shrubs that, are perfect ly: Mrdy 611 the prairie and will thrive there. "year after year, getting more Ijeautiful every seild you a selection, 'of twelve varieties, three ybars old, that, will: all. blpohr this coming summer and all will he bloormiig at different periods frojn spring un- The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- ,'Spireas, ,Wiegelias, Elders, -Berberries, Snowherries, Hone y- AlLtwo to three feet high, three- years- oid, regular value "v: This .selection, all: express .charges" p-re- paid to your nearest express- office ati special-. For 30 days only of Place per dozen Koptenay Valley Nurseris Mirror Lake, B. C. IT WAS Well Advertised--} so as to Figkting as Alberta of Alberta Red H :Must be Maintained (Special Spokane, Oct. after- noon" Farming Congress be -said to have an end; but Saturday night, Oct. 9th, as it> would tendency to break-up-" terstate" Fair, if one division' away before the others. The .Alberta.-'-Even the stuff- ea7badger in oi the grain so realistic is one- evening a' visiting lady to" She did no badgers.VLuckv he and out to compet-eiTvith the world ,this is most apparent. MongrclrWheat Our. winter-whsat. is dubbed "mas- andiCardston Helped distinguished-herself in the CtWtiV UClUiC A "W UiiAUtg, j j.1. 1_ J J oi the Congress and the Dry Farming threshed strains and _ r :_ v." iiplTipd surmnrt t-hp. Al-artrta Exhibition with, a, large-fair may :b6' an advantage in some'ways, but" is, of, doubtful, advantage in 'other.-ways, in. this has' been of .con- siderable disadvantage exhi- bating, for the'lecture hall -is miles-.away from the exhibits. it.-has been impossible for those sectidn? lielp'ed support the Alberta :her -grasse es, forage crops rand.sfieafv.grain. Macleod and Cardsto'n-- flanked .the' Tine exhibit, of :Voyernment with its there-are; more" or less oth- er varieties and it lacks purity V as "exhibition This" .we we wished. In some -ways it 'has -had its advantages, for tlibse collecting-samples of sheaf grain'.c'puld'.c'uirfpur'or five varieties from.-the but 'when- this grain is: threshed'it "is mixed forever. Our winter wheat.'vour "Alberta R-ed" spring wheat. a great ing'; exhibits to see much of the more execution; and fcretfeought than; gress or hear, many-of the Alberta has- certainly -distinguished i herself, and is iii evidence -in" "-many PERKS FREE .TRADE LOWER TARIFFS 'sir' -Robert Jtferis-. dnterviewed' 'here today' said taere was disposition' in Canada .whatever direction of: free trade except fior; a: "gmair; section' -far was a disposition for -tariff 1'avor oFGreatv Britian. But' this policy .-'seems only' to apply to'mruuifactiirers.. which'do not come competition with Canadian man- Manufacturers.- and bank- ers' -with Perks spoke re the .question' of reciprocity, 'with the "Un- States.- xegarding' .this, policy of very !but Perks doubts whether it .will .ever form part- of commercial policy of the do- minion'." AN DENIES IS IN THE RING Ottawa, Oct. Wm. Tern- lias just returned from JBrltish' to a statement .published in a Ottawa eve- paper a week ago to; the effect tnat, he in conjunction' Tlal-ph ymitli, -M.P.; emV barrassing immigration, at. the 'port of Vancouver and was practically (behind gling ring" who had political now [Minister of mines, "the are' the otb. er way; i have "no" go into par- ticulars at on fac-t it would not 'be proper to "dp so.' while the in- vestigation .is I: may say ttiat ray reasons-in tie case after consulting with Inspector' Foster were to pursue a line which' I thought would be thorough and to extend the inves- tigation to Hong Kong as well as Van- couver. English capitalists have purchased the famous Sir Stepney ranch, in, B. C.: The World Publishing- Co., Vanvou- ver. will erect an. IS story building. 182 feet, with cupola. 82 the nigJiest structure .Western. Canada. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SfR'EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LU D., D.C.L., PBESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER directions, though the Albertans here present have been quiet rather acre.-Viel-ds pWats; 132 bushels j'crti that-we boast so ..much of, ger of-being called: a mongrel if more attention is to purity seed see ourselves at short" range in-some comparison to others; Fruit' 'Lacking V In coming-out) to-compete in ith: Brother Mc- fitting :of -his .time in a .bower; of -threshed-, grain, -vieing ..with this intewst; is' doine great I region 'w-e are'-at _- ,.ii-': work'im tne impression not fruit, 'but then .again i wnrjV 1TL' ICJLLIU >iilli uuuu u iict'iiAc- LA.MJ.V, undemonstrative relying principally .joe K .1 Alberta there-is thVccmsoIation that the rock unnn erTPTurl n nf tno pYmhlts nnn ...i ,1 upon .the. strength of the. exhibits'and the-good -exists inVall, .di- up..-.- rections, as to -making J herself. A. Dry Farming >ve might call it a, purely .educational- gathering, is, not, or, should .not'.bc, simply a Matant'advertising-'schema pushing' is worked "too -much on those; lines it will fa'ilm ;its; object and settle into disrepute. Cheers For Roosevelt A strong hint of 'this .was''tbrown out the first night, when, the-narhe-'ol Theodore Roosevelt. was mentioned. cheering-was louder, more'acute and had a signification not to the mention of some other: nanies'f Why Because the public krunys that, when Theodore Roosevelt side of a question it is -dollar side he is as opposed-'to .the general goo-d' of -if lib is :a ware-of the right side. Trea.ted Visitors Weir The public, generally, officers of the association, have, been exceedingly Jcind to the .and- the "judging has given every satisfac- tion. The only kick to be any volume came from- a Spokane party. The intercourse between -..the American .and' Canadian-public, has been most cordial, and so far there Has not been heard a tiff has there been an unpleasant: occur- rence of any description, so that the- visit of the Aibertans a real treat to them, though they hare worked hard answering questions'and trying to explain their voluminous country which- varies more has more different conditions within: its pile the'-fine fruit would THE CONGRESS LETHBRIDGE not compete for publicity, and got it. General Conditions-, not; grow 60 bushels of the- Thcrs is a great deal'to 'be'thought! winter wheat in the finest of'..and much to be considered before general. purpose1 land that will do it .writ-lug as to the general conditions i all af.o'nce has never .been discovered of the whole it- rep- any 'more than- tne> general'pur- movcnjens of humanitv, a pose- cow or ever "been The a educational' 'possible departure in saw to. saw-_with, and the plane to -borders than manv realize until, methods in "times to come. There is j plane with; "and the'one will not do PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO LONDON, Lombard Street, B.C. NEW YORK: ft'Exdunie Place MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50 In addition to the offices named above the Bank 4ias branches in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities) and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of theilnited States. It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and .other banking business in-the territory covered by these branches. Lethbridge Branch K. Notirse, Mgr, have to stand up in public and. dis- cuss it with thousands of passersby, many eager to find out as .'as' possible in a small space of .time: Alberta Advertised- The fact is soon made apparent, and i that is, each and every exhibit is ad- vertising "Alberta'.'. To the stranger, or the one that is thin-kins i try harder) but- the main, object of .a of moving, Alberta is where they a_ra. Dry Farming Congress-is not prizes. bearing, it is to-be registered Alberta, wbsn site so 'rftuch, that has different" significa- tnal. will reach into so many channels that 'a hasty letter could1' only touch slightly upon the the subjects. W-e are proud .of'the fact that we. win prizes (and could win more if our, people would going. Lethbridge, Mafleod or Cards- Though they have some ton arc indifferent entities that wider. One fact to no place in the mind of. the coming the credit oi settler, and one place that, has goes out inio the hibit advertises, at its own- that she can hold her own in her a large part of Alberta or even the-j specialties. As TO hard wheat she whole. Thus one of the finest no peer either in quality or on the ground for Alberta -is the '-yield. Australia seems nearer to us the work- of the other. Therefore develop Alberta, along lines in- which they excel, for we can find plenty, to do in improv- ing, our methods of developing along these lines. One of our worst faults is which cuts no figure The foreigner interested in ourx country as a He will. se.Ule. himself and himself after he gets there. We quickly find that when- friends of those 'living, in Alberta drift along, v _ ;to and ask after places where they have iiiends living in Alberta, that are re- mote from particular locality, that it would be worse than poison for us to compare tnat locality with IGep. Lane Perdierons that have been Jin quality ;VK! color than most of j our n to its disadvantage, for in doing so much winning, and they vie the other places exhibiting, and in j One we do so to all. So ev- with the wheat field and the .flying) purity pi grain samples and general j an exhibit not grouse and the cowboy looking 'over j uniformitr has us beaten. We obtain oac; vjnage or small town, but to the barb-wire fence oi the Provincial I-good sorts, -but are careless, far too government, in drawing attention to'careless, about keeping them pure. out and, competitWii'is- 'Hogs are also numerous TaiHlXfirsi- rate. The. weakest spot from one .'.point; oi .view draft horses --.of horses, all'" seem-to riearlv equal a showv show" of .farm is. large and yery. ''1 .The Office Ripley Transfer Co; Is Now Om yj Opposite DravinR done oi itiort H AY AJSOD GRAIN FORSAU5 IV. PHONES: Resldenci -.1104 The poultry ex- hibit. In some Leg- horns Anconas, the is h-eavv and Rocks -or White rWyaridottes; we. have little to learn.- show is; small 'with hibition a is, not a great-. dogs; Taken as a the-Interstate- Fair. is not ahead, of- our COMtWi behind them in. some- is' I, when we come of table-exhibit that -wre have our- hats. "Iv fruit exhibit the. ordinary. __.. _. What :we niig-ht'. eral excellence is what astqnisivjs jthe col-, or and is very must be most' severe.- he ooo.o, worth- oj trade the main''buildingiJtas traveller "we-should not .'be HOG AND CROWNED Dry Farmer Makes It the Best oi all Farm Oct. lo'wiy hog. long -short- and aiOand raised .--under -dry. 'They- better" ijt-ality- of and tendonf7 I have been 'mspecting horses and I -Alberta-l es in 'the And 'raised on .In closing- tlie' i speaker' way. to 'keep. the .children' t and make them the His advice the child a calf; a_.colt or; his interest would (be .'aroused; EIGHTEEN ,_ MORE OH J NABBED: AT Vancouver, Oct. nese ..were captured .b orficers aboard the ;lndia-- an, was the theme- of" praise at'the dry __ was exalted as the" dry farmer's kingjed eTade payment of wni cb. arrived from, the; .The of beasts. The -golden icalf was nev- er given.more, than tnis oinniverbiis. mammal.' To- Professor E. Carlyle, dean of tne coliegeV" lies the credit for exalting the "nog from the groveling attitude > of'- su- premacy. Carlyle's ad.dress -.a-2id nogs 'lends '-dry---'farm-' ing tnan any other- animal." A voice in the audience about the was on Stock .Feedin JBreeding." In rlog Multiplies .Rapidly jet to the sheep pretty _ "Declaring .each .being '.ar, tormerly -'a.- and'rby false _draf-ts. second" naul made by tne cret service, men. since they. investigation- into the uninese 'laborers under tie mercnants. SeveraL were '.officials have'-leain-: ed the methods under' smuggled" meni .'between and Vancouver. arrange-. returned the speaker, I am still fStVEN DOLLARS FOR'; sure the hog is the animal in the lead. Some people say the mule, but they are wrong. The hog 'multiplies more rapidly than any other stock. .It mat- ures more quickly and it gives a larg- er return lor food, Tne" hog digests its food more thoroughly and more quickly, and can live on smaller areas OF CANADA Capital, Res! Profifs Trtil Assets Iver No Man Remiles Pttr who saves every week, or month, or year, a certain amoant, no matter how small. Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this Bant provides. a. safe'place for your savings to grow with the Interest which is added half-yearly. or upward is enough for the.first deposit.. Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it. in Round fc Rtdpftth I Q. JR. TINNING Rd., N. Ward H. Roach, Acting Manager. Qratay W. Manajar. CRANBROOK AT THE COXGRESS tnan "I 'believe that'this country -will' THE FIRST OFFENCE- At the police moritr- ing 3oe VaWez was charged and "Guess I was dron-k- alrigh said, "but its- the first 'time'. ever Cranbrook's Ditplay of Fruits-arid-Vegetables Was Most Creditable the public outside an evidence of what Alberta can do and has donr I in the driest year 'on record. Thus i far at-' tte Fifth Dry Farming Con- gress at Spokane it has been "Al- berta's" year, in individual promi- nence and" -prize winning, b-ut the i needs to keep, up the general lence of and come back i fighting .every for this is destin- ed to, be a marvellous exhibition in limes to come' as "wo all improve on our methods.'; The Interstate Fair As, regards thr Interstate Fair it. excels us in some" respects and not in j -The -.Calgary and Edmonton j fair-grounds-, have-the Spokane- fair i grounds, severely discounted as re- Igards general i meni.-rLookingt roughly at certain sections; of :thsjairi Alberta is awav ahead in dialu.' horses, especially Shirrs and' Sunoiks, and we jhave pl'or.ty of Percherons.''Tbft i tic bcro are--excellent-, especially the i'.-jcef In "dairy cattle t-h-ert i better Hoisteias tha't Alberta bas io I far exliib-trd in better i Foiled CUT 'good. Light horses are good but confinix! to i a-few exhibitors, .The showing of j i sheep si' are well don't do it again. easy conn; "three and jcostsV; some day be a .great hog raising coun- seven dollars altogether, 'or try. and it should be. Do you knowiat'lhe tbat this very year tlie country easti .'i'fce tine was paid. ALBERTA AT THE CONGRESS MACLEOD winner for the handsomest district ;