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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ITERATED Home Kaked tiscuiis Delicious Cake Healthful Food made wjih DR. PRICES CREAM BakinaPowder yNota'VoteAgairist', Bylaw The product of Grapes No Aim i 11 J I1U LimcPhosi Business is Good at Magrath from Front Page) Henry Hlllior hns IKCII awarded contract to jmt in the road cross Siifes id connection uitli thp cement planks will 'be used for this work J. A. Ririe. manager of the Magrath n'racliug Company, in an interview last stated that bus-inesE during the past month was exceedingly brisk jmd that H waa constantly increasiTig, .fl'liis is due, he says, to the farmer's prospects for a brim per harvest this fall. He expects. next month to fli'j a record 'breaker. When asked H lie thought his company would build o it to the sidewall this fall Mi that m til ii gratifying ttds pi evented, fiom it tending tho'fimeiol although he. was very desirous of doing so. Street rumor has it that work will ahprtly commence on .the new hotel, proposed by Kerhy, proprietor or tlie Home Cafe and Rooming Mouse Mr. Kerby, does not deny the report. Flder Q Stoddird returned home %6.e1c from MimieaJ Khere he' kas been past twenty-nine months in doing mis- sionary work for the Mormon'lli. Mr. Stoddnrd is in the best of health and spirits, and says that he enjoyed liis labor-j very much while away. The ailile would ps This the appearance of the. corn- fr i Jensen received a telegram on last Informing, him of the t id death of his aged f-Uhei who is R re ident of Redmond Utah Thn old gentleman was eighty-four years of ate at the time of his death ind -was one of the pioneers of Southern iUlah On, account ot the lioinjr.. delayed it .was imposible- for Jensen to leave on Saturday, and there was no train on Sunday, so he Shikh'sCure (Continued from Itoat V the wa'lk iu front'-ot the Howling al' was thniwu to Uio ground. TU'p ft-ouder is thai, his IDE was not brok- en, i'H this liail. liapiichcd the tovJp might liiira expected a suit for daiii- ages. Raymond sent six'delegates to this Sunday school conference held i.ii Lcthhriilgo last .Sunday. The conlcjf- (jnce was a song and talk sen-ice ilpnjr the linns of ition to the I hi, liijmond usitolb IU nitti.ll ot the Knight Acndunj I 1 'i Hi on I H I v ans. Miss Mary .Uoyson, anil Misses Francis Itasniussca -aild Charlottb of Ilii! academy, staff. Uriel. O'liricn, oi the riaymoa'u1: Conservatory of'Music, is oirculatiBg i petition to lie romiidid mill oth crs liolii Cinlslon ami1 M Uli isl for -.pccnl ic.turn turn fiorfi I I Ojth'iridpK ifttl tlw tsoidica Con Ctrl fin Ocl Mi Cl liritn sera last nighl by the Herald, said that It-uniond up her bhare ol I1 lie li! pisscngcrs itqiiucd on .Intending to..g.o whether liavjn'n honglit ?ttts 01 not --libuld 'see at uncL tlut then n line1; aie (o Mi 0 Uuin 7 A hvlaiv to authorize thc-.i issue of debentures of the town :'of, Jlaymond tor the sum of for the purpose ol completing the syslem of watcr- watks .was voted on by the :.ratepay- Saturday las'tl and carried a voti On Mon council met and the In Doing entertained by 'he Kansas Agricultural College, ore- Soe'liity here, anil ail Canadian dele- roport of the Coniniltteo isalcs are put uj> at clubs. We loav for honie on i Exetlltnt Addreii deavor has been primarily to dtacov WwU Miq Trwkli HER MOUNTAIN, ONT., Dec. i4th. 1910. six yetirs, I suffered from dreidful Kidney DiseaM. My legs and lower of my body fearfully swollen, tiid 'the'pain was awful. My people'thoiirbt sometimes I wns dead, r t Colorado Oct. 17.-AI yes- er "nd teruoy morti'liiK'n .esalbnwf llidlnlor- "9 a.-ixwrtble for geiieral national Dry Farming n national Di-y Funning ConyrcBS, sjwko of "The Importance of tho Dry Farming .Movement iiml MOJIIIH for Hupijorl'lng It." He pointed out that, under present methods, tho humid re umier present meinous, tno numiu reg Ions of the world will not much Ions- lor ilnnfHiihiiiln- distribution. Jn the future we should make new tyjieg of plants I'Utttil to llvb niul product pioHliiblo yields with eeitninty over the dry- running .urea." The committee found that for the mountain states winter wheat I? the most reliable croii; win- but not yot er bo of si tliu noeds or 'the world's 'Increasing population. "The bread of the future will come largely from .tho desert of tbe'past, i Ho the neort for scien- tific as I would famfc from the agony 1'he' different doctors attem'.cd me, and all said It was kidney'trouble and gave me andI of Mrs. I of the world, and indorsed the Inter ilependahle; winter barleys are pre- ferable to ,I ho spring varieties; win-j tor einincr IB desirable for stock j winter rye is valuable as late fa'.'.' and early spring pasture and us a! iln cjop and alfalfa for forage and me necn lor Helen....... r igi-Mltural: information In the gnss {01 pasture are sue --jssful. of Mrs me worm, ami inuorseu me imer- In the Pacific'Coast: the pdn- c, S by them national Drv Farming Congress, as. at di-outh-reslstant crops are wtv 1 irj n n jj_ MfliPftt1 llJtrleV. OillE ilflU time Ibegan lofeci better down the p-iin was easier and then '.'Fruit-a-tivcs" entirely cured me. AH upon my recovery as n miracle, and .1 nin unable to praise fruit ttves enough (MISS) MAC CI1 JVsNACK Fruit t tites is the most scientific remedy ever discovert. 1 for Irntilion or nas Securitv Investment Co., Ltd. their department ilm, lEt-moon are having a busy-time llir'cahlng tlie'lakcri ln big uop on Ihur firm southeast f sampJe J s-Urtadj (10 000 ail thiLshetl m missionaries 'are f many., friends and a few conceits in ''Minneapolis STAR WITNESS DEAD Cilgan Oct Bertha ljeitrson thp sKtcpn j aar did Calgarj, girl nas to been "'the witness igainst them lies flead in Golden B C Ruth enport the lormer.--Denver beauty-, -and! Harry Beck'man. the man alleged to be her husband, both ot .'die now m guardioom at the bai racks probablj cscipe trial on the charge of procuring for which they were sent up at this session ,of the supreme court. OFFERED SEAT IN SASKATCHEWAN Ottawa. Oct George P-. Grffham" confirms-the report that he haa'been tendered a seat In the house by Albert Champagne, Mi'P. for Ba lleford. The former minister says that he" has received other offers, f f VMiJK "-uiir ne iiiie reuci >cu ULIICI uncio, has not rtedded-.where he. will run tlnid reading aijid At all dealers' or from Frtiit-a-tives least in j) irt bupplj th it need This Congress stands for tlie solMion.'of dry farming prob- he snid, "for tho upbuilding of 'dij r i mint, interests foi (IIP dcicl jopmcnt of successful aeini-arid nfiil- cnltuiy within semi-arid territory; The j end sought is to put the 'land to use; j to cuisp it to citale ueilth Instoid of s ise. biush to suppmt populitlon to make homes. ,Tho vaslness of tin enterpri-ie demands highly organized effort. It3 importance, warrants the Carried off Coveted Prize at Dry Farming Congress (Continued 'rom Front Page.) of their interest in proceed- ings rivalling tltat of the man in ement Biie it means inauguration _.____chetrful life ainoiu nonien ot the farm, all-over America. Utah Man is President DCS I CLOJl-> L1ILLSI1CU III lid} (nctind uill be ttotlhv ol nottc. t__ the Kdjmond dibtiitl in the Lcthhi'irigc J Tlie fire enginu was given a Sunday' aftenioon to the home I tilmei faoinc ifahes trap- tied too A hupdin? ignited it and nuking JJ tUics honiL on Sua upon to stantp, out scieval lircs set i gmg of [iitting on fire ciackcis Gnss is di now and the greatest care should he taken to urevcnt, fire. Board of Trade is hot (hffcrcnt to that of other "town's. Boards of Trade seem to work by (its inif starts Maclooil Ins been de d for soint wti-ks hut tool on i of inrl-is nov. thin Dusintss with Raymond merchints is good the fumerS) will soon he ft] depirtmtent the elec lion of officers for the uismm, -veil the fe.ture of tho da; s proceed lags John Bine iml r [expenditure, or much larger sums of money than It.1s possible lo provide under the present precarious system of taking up 'collections. The Inter- national Dry .Farming Congress should be" endowed with a foundation of not less than that will be permanent, and, that will assure an income adequate-to its needs. Demontiration Farmi Howard; H. Grose, of the -N'atibmrl Clii- .cngo, discussed methods of getting the farmer to adopt better agricultural 1 imeiTiodfe lie said, in-part: i No country on earth stands so much in need of agricultural help as does ours. This may be regarded as an extraordinary statement, but when we look at the American farmer and understand the qualities of No one will-question his Intelligence, Industr3', or-high purpose, yet, judg- ed by average results, he is one of the worst, farmers in tins world to- day. -The; wheat average of tlie'Unlt- jonn nine j n berta -ire on the committed on reso ed States is, less chan half of that of western Europe, and .the. European Hareourt Depot, Minister of M-ia. are npon hitions under the plow a. yearn or ore. '.The most efficient, factor In. the establishment of. this' -new European agriculture .was tliE .sending, of. train- i demonstrators to the actual farm homes The result s an immediate Agriru tnre Alberta ind of 'llndliin are on the noraimtion ynimiitee ind Geo M Hatch Lethhndge is on the tials committee.' The election of officers passed off niiietK Tor cresirttinL John A Wid aoe of.TOh College Improvement, -.lent, all faim Imes elected Hiho onlj op u Inch went on ear until (the jielcl was doubled The United Saq Mates experiment stations and the i agricultural are getting 'two [and times as large a. Veld up- on fheir Hnds as simply because "their methods are better. The information sent ont from these Ogden posing Tlon Dunciyi Mai shall Hon W n laleheuin lion ITenitt Boftool BntJi Columbia and T TJInck Manitoba aie Internatioml Viet Pie sidents the four West orn proilnces Gco Jlarconrt the corrc hn T Burn, t-chmca, ,nd does not appU to .11 pondinc secietirica lolin r t their bus, stawn and in effort con-tramis in his nosition as peimin I the lined toil conditions met mth shoiild he null" to put ncvi life into C1U secret-irj tie-wtirei ind it is ai, I in piactice erx fen if 1111 oE the dp Hoard of Trade The approprii me t assured tint this ma tatigable nil! be a resideat of Leth bridge foi the next til e months at Colorado Springs are pro d of then success so far ind tion u-atio In the council foi tisinn purposes should be m incondite to renewed activitr-. Chief Justice Harvey Sentenced the Guilty (Continued from Front Page.) on the case of Fred ronecn, Judge Hnvey it vas different from ordinary stealing is then is aHo i breach of trust is lie stole from the C. P. R'. .while 'in before better things are to follow congress i loses Spring TV belt ill farmers can understand them, and tlio bulletins' are seldom read and -very seldom followed. trained farm demonstrator- to the loctl conditions lenin what ou COnTOSfa IIOSCS Ill I'lnlllltljj tul I.UU u. iv! iin forty' miles of Leth- to be done, and then help the. farm- Kna .belter to-pro- 'ors'to apply it to their respecUve and fc tlmlM bridge has capt.ure'd noarly evei A Penej of C-irdston has put Alberta on tl map to the extent of cin i ing oT alreadv enteon tit t foui second ind two tbiids Among those is first' for the most artisticaHy arranged individtml ex- hibit at the congress, beat" sheaf ot Imrd spring wheat, best" sh'aaf of long 'oats. SyInter rye, native :heir employ.' As a punishment I onech and as T to othoi gi'S" lost display of gnu es at tho might likewiSG 'lie tempted, he congress, entitling'him to life mem- cnfenced ,hini to four years at Ed m on ton bership. Jn general exhibits he cai off every jirize, firsts, from class Uis Lordship in sentencing Jon is' 2" to 192 except best bushel hirO NikoKs for asBiitlt on Willie Sprmp ninter whcit open to the world hut This plan has.been trted in ;itli to i considei able extent The spenker figured out a service as this would mean an ag- Lue di6trjbulicm of forest aeeUlings iinr a 1S6 Of 10 _. V___ ,_______i ___f grsgatc uer capi a ise cents per .year, the, present average farm is ibout pei capita and tint Tvithm ten after th field demonstrators have be.'2n placed tural experiment station at Elkd, Nev., the yield will be discussed the of dry farming in the counties doubled itotal e i You Can of a Sask-Alta Range With a Cloth or a piece of paper and make it shine like a mirror The top of a Sask-Alta Range is burn- polished You won't need the mussy stove polish that you require for your ordinary brushes, no mits no blackened hands, no tired arms and back This is but one reason why the McClary Sask-Alta rSteel Range T is the range you need The other reasons are in the Sask- Alta booklet that will come to you free from the nearest McClary ith the ncareat McClary agent s name and address Wntc today for the Sask-Alta booklet MSClaiy s TMMto, WiniM.' 1, C.ljir, For Sale Co." m__ ccn Mfe ghm lere oj l-w for asnnlt on Willie Spnnp ti inter he-it open to the world tint Thc Ho the last tov Jears The state evpen- tint he- would Imo tleilt more i m tint Oinid-i MB birred His wlieat vMfA SMes government station mis put Into operation lisMly with him If ho not-be-j exhibit uns a revelation evea to ex h'eve -that both he and his wife hart I port jmlgins uerliired themselves to clear him. The To Northern Alb'arta goes the p-ilm mLerests of.Ji'is .wjfo nnd family had j in vegetable lino. John Baxter, fhc repifionted to th? i oiirt and 10 g-mlr r walking the individual statG-3, and the conn- m .July, 1910, Knight's paper ttas themselves for. the maintenance dealt chielly, with the work. of th of such a body of men adequately 'wlthuin. Inflict- ing haidshlp on his ftiplly, Tndge Haivev said would sei tonce him to-a week .in the guardroom and n line of in default of pn of s I inonflli longer Adim given tllp pajin., ?50 fine oi thr c 'ncntlii In Lethbrfilsuyail. This conchulod he-lMest crini ihal '.dock'et that yet bson Ijie the court at T 'libi idgc Hral uoii. ill'A'SEed no ihly fill ft xjt or murdei andv'Kome others never to trial Ihe hcinj, dionpcd the ciown Of Htter the one working the praattst hardship ngahi.1: the temporarily accuaeriv was that of .1. H. Fiinlds. This .w.oll-known cili- :en was ihe'-vlotimV.of :n nto-> by a young Rirl in utiich she icensed lilni pt n acrlons ciimp igilnst horsolf After, tin. j Ind hem Hid jnd Miildn'sont up for trial the'-.t'nith came' -olitMuid the diopiwd Ihe bellevins there was nolhlns'nSKlnst the accus- ed. Although, honorably cleared in liei and- relnllves and frl'ndb nused n good deil of aiui Mibarassment. g-irdr r walking with 22 first and four seconds, clean- ing iii> the vegetable competition and winning as Alberta Gets a Quarter. Amon-r Ills first premiums'nre for best display of display, of aiut.ibMt'jrJisplay of lo- matoe-! r.'illopMi to thti.'WorM. In all Alberla win! over sixty firsts, or neiih on qmiter of tie pnyos H lias turned many Canadawards Ciinadian rtolesales are still in sus ling dorinon of judges for best .stole-exhibit. Alberta, Sas- kntclunviifi and Oklahoma me still in the race but from remarks.passed by tho majority of Americans in the crowd. -thL' premium should go to Canadii As for Mio. next place of congress no tlshl' pwf'tip against Cnn- uhi. although a local paper comes out todnv willi.n headllner that the Inter- national Harvester Company and oth mncnliie firms will oppose Canada. I'his Is considered absurd and is caus- ing worry. Canadians aro.liavlng I ho time of their lives with excui receptions and cnterlalinnents in Ihfiir i.fnvor, coming tti a -cViinax with a monstrous reception for Can- adlane tonight.- 'The Highlanders are cnt Drouth -Resistent Crops ter anil spring wheat, barley, oiits and rye, for grain; alfalfa and Egyptian corn for forage. In the! Great Plains area, including all that territory'In Hit drj districts" east of tlio Rocky Mountains.'tho committee finds that, for northern tlie follow- n I, ne especially valuable: Spring wheat in the Dakotas and Canada; winter wheat In Colorado, Montana, Wyoming and oats, barley, liny millet alfalfa and: prc-io. For the Southern section the sorghums, .Mexican beans, winter arid .spring ooats. barley and alfalfa aie advised. No Place for Wheat Farnur The wheat fanner has no place in the development'of the dry farm ing said Prof. E. H. Webiter, of Kansas, in discussing "Live Stock, Forage and Silo" for the great, plains. This statement will not be accept- ed by some, but the failure to recog- nize the fact has caused.untold Buf- fering and lofis to settlers .who were enticed by .misleading statements' to occ.npy this country wl'th the -hope oE growing wheat for profit. _ farming has certain: requirements of. moisture and temperature'which are. Imperative, or, the crop fails. The region' between the 100th .meridian and the Ilocky Mountains .has proved- i-is entire'unreliability in thi'j respect. It is destined, however, to become, one of the greatest prc-duclng centres for live stock in America.1 'The transition 'from the open: range to the abandoned wheat farm has taught that forage crops aie, to a workable degree, sure; that, kaflr, EXCURSION HATES TO EUROPE On Salt Dully Nov. 10 to Dec. 31 EHPRtSSES UcNcrve Berths Now, for Christmas Ships Itf Is never-- too earlv-but some- times too late lo secuie zonA commodatipn on .our steamers. your local agent or write for com- plete detalI-3. j. s. CARTER; General Agent 480 Main St., Winnipeg. wmm mmm LTI. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortut Route to London on Ton Floating Fallen. Next Sailing! from Montreal: ROYAL GEOROB OCT. IS BOYAL EDWARD NOV. 1 ROYAL GEORGE.....NOV. 16 Xmu Sailing from Hlllfix.. ROYAL EDWAHD NOV. 29 ROLAY OEORGE Dec. II. RltM of Paiugi: 1ST CLASS 192 50 t- UPWARDS 2ND CLASS J33.75 UPWARDS, 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'dou Furtlier information from 3. B Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth. City Ticket Ajt., G. N. Ry...or write to A TT GENERAL, A. 11 JJAVJ.O, AGENT, 2STREETN WINNIPEG mllow and sorghum will produce HROYAI MAIL STEAMSHOPS ficient gnin for the needs of the' stock farmer; that the this region to carry, live stock -greatly Increased over .that .of tlva. range days by raiding forrise .a'id' winter feeding, and that the climate is :admriably adapted to the Ine .stock .industry." l To Insure evou under these conditions, however, tlie speaker ad- vised the farmers to produce feeders rather than finished stock, to rajea forage crops for n inter teeding, to care for thcae crops by practfce approved dry farming meth- S.S. MEGANTIC 5E5 Feet Long About Tons 67 Feet Wide ONE CLASS howeicr" Is as i lulo too ods in growing foinge and forage and to keep a better gratis tOi k than now Afforestation' .Vbrman M Boss, chief of the trefi planting division of the Interior De- dom followed. partmeut of Canada, piesented the. 'ThB next step in agriculture is to h on Afforcstn. send into every agricultural county, a tjon ,of ,hs Dfy.parmlng Regions. He' traineil farm demonstrator, to study tlie- Importance-of tree- planting for the establishment.- of. duce fu'al, fencing and other timber, and to'add to the comfort and beauty of the farm home. He .urged federal and state co-operation for the educa- tion of the dry-farmer in varieties of liecs and methods of planting, and i Iller Iree or at cost 'Dry Farming In Nevada Charles S. Knight, of the agrienl- Statlng It a-nothar way, the ln that state Nevada is new to dry doubling th" farming, the subject having been Ulere onij station since that date. He advocated limner tilling and RlternnlU crop- Prof. W.M. Jar-dine, agronomist of Ping for Nevada conditions .and said LARGEST, NEW- EST, FINEST IN CANADIAN TRADE S. S. TEUTONIC CABIN SERVICE S S CANADA The Lurgest and Fasten Slearnen Carrying only one class (11) of cabin passengers The best accommodations at' moderate rates. Unsurpassed third class on all steam- ers. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS Canada ........-Nov. 4 Megantlc ...........Nov. 11 Teutonic Got 21, Nov 18 Liurentlc............Oct 2S, NOT. ,22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TEUTONIC Dec 2. Dec. 9. Dec 14 Reservations of. classes now early. AMERICAN STAR LINE LEYLAND STAR LINE Sailings from Boston, New York Mid Philadelphia to Queenntown, Lirer pool, Plj mouth, Cherbourc Southampton, London, Dovvr Ant- werp. Largeit and Finest In the World Tons OLYMPIC W. M. McLEOD, C. W. P. A. Sailing DK. g 333 Main St., WINNIPEG. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov. 10 to Dec. 31, via. .Mont- real, Portland, Halifax, to return within 5 months. LOCAL AGENTS S.B.Mitchell, C.P.R.-H.Macbeth, G.N.R. that abo.ut acres will oe handled, under thsse methods In 1912. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR 'OF WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. Adams announced himself In the field a mayoralty candidate today. ________NA1B lighter, betjcf flavored and a more "nutritious and roptre loaves to the sack than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR Is made from the fholceat from the moat in A rnoneybacK auarantee in ROBIN HOOD FT -MADE TN MOOSE ;