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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY Monday. 1012 LETHBRIDGE V ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? Published by ,tlie Lelhbridge Hernld Co Ltd.. every fswful evenlriQ Its office, Sixth Street, Lettibrldgt.1, Alofrta, CnnadJ. W. A. BUCHANAN 'PHONEi Editorial, Reportorlat And New alti'iltloi'l ot I.luyJ. ii'orui-. Tin- Uuw is siif- liiuillKuil by many dilllnilllfs wlllcli :u'o not prt'si'nt In and rnorr apursoly ruumrli's. lli'iv H is more easy of and In mi'i'tliiR [lie ri'iiuireiiu'utb Dry. Kuniillli; roiijwss fultils an cinilR'inl.v uorUiy imrpriH', lit milling 10 (lli> IM-OilllCliU'lH'.SK 01 ;tml im'iVilsitif; tiy mi'tlHMls (lie inai-jdn of iiiltlvalimi. llic I'uuRiViis SSI-PS in. inaldns provis- ion tor inliiiv iiwils. In it wt. luiil benefactor, cmdowctl with the iar-Sfvini; ivlsdont ol .losi'jili in An- Kuypl. lie tools sl'-ps to provldn itsainst tho evfillualitios 3tt> lliis is ivalisivl llti' rriic moaning of th? Congress conn's itomti lo all think., ing people, I iiHlny crMmtiliiB In i Djvnitm i he mi rv yiven i( ilu-ir ilieir OXJH HMU'c. ami Uit'lr not tin i Uls continent, hut i he world ;il IIU-R I must iomliT ;t fi-cliiij: of ajiproriatit niul Ki'HtittHte. The Herald here cikvs the oppc Ulllity fliiwii u-t luivo boon actively ounaiieil in matter on. tho which so f; has attended their labors. May eve your marl; the evoluiioa of progress in a work tending io conserve tli soil lor iliosti uses t'nr which it wa primarily Intuiidcd. and io bring; inor and inoro of li into reclamation an consequent cultivation. OUR POINT OF VIEW Tho only dk'o permitted noMp is the Icrnld's contest f.'omliit'tor. is yours, ami do egaios. Knjoy yourselves. Kvoryboffy takes 'oft" liia icnry Holuies. hat To nil of our visitors we extend ai warm weJcoiao. Instead of policing; strikers the local orco are striking policemen. Alberta to the Fore LBERTA HAS BOASTKIJ of its Jigricititnral test as to its qualities and merits. Thus say that first [irixe bushel of wheat is 'world's champion, ami the fact that Alberta wiiis it proves that .-they wmtiniie to doubt, now that this j. this province ranks in ihs front of has once again been'awarrtetl wheat raising countries. Proudly have doubted. Will a premier for tho best bushel of Southern Alberta smiles won't wear iff. The great wheat prize comes w the south. The Congress does not get all the attention. Perchance the police force jutraas a little. out aUo ibat the prize bushel fleni-y Holmes of Haymond wil now take a place-in the world fame' along with Seager Wheeler. triumph for Man Even Old Sol arises to tho o and takes an occasional peep oi 1-eihbridix- where, thy ugrlculiura eyes of ilie world will be centred fo the n-pxt few days. .Sol's presence i: most gracious and welcome. Responsible government seems tc bo forgotten by some J our cillzens. The rule of petition is still favored. Jtaymond will be on the map more 111 an ever since it as one1 of its the word's championship wheat raising farmer. i-Jlu raised iu the world? The came from Southern Alberta; it was] f1. dCCS uot !.ls II is sure' mely iraciion engine offered for sown and harvested by :t real urac- ia, event was beyond all ijuestion the I tical farmer in the Raymond district. l-prixe that most appealtd to 'wfieai growers throughout the world. It was great prhe ami consequently created world wide interest. Every province Jn Western Canada was bent on cap- luring tliis prize in order to establish its place in wheat raising. The same .purpose characterized the great wheat raising states of the American Union. The "judges were grain experts from .-'Sill over the continent, and when they put their stamp ot approval on a bushel of wheat it meant that ibe bushel had gone through a Last year Saskatchewan beat the workl at the big Xew York exposition when Seager Wheeler's Marquis wheat..captured tho1 great ilrize. In taut contest Alberta was a close sec- ond, _W, J. Glass of Mucleod uphold- in ij- this province's reputation. Now Alberta comes along: and beats the world in the same type oi contest. and we I'.ouvince the -world once again that this can raise grain boasled Taia- states and takc a back seat. THE" f' to- our Visitors 'exposition MioItHiig of the vteir. is a. further complimTm. trust tho remembrances you will with, you after your with! us will be of the most pleasant kind.1 We on our pan shall do our utmost, to fimher this desire. In tile deliberations of tho jL which has been on men's minds for the last twelve months has assumed a reality. To view it, and to officially honor it, there are gathered the delegates representing the nations i not only of this continent, but of those across ihe seas. To these die Herald 'heartily accords us welcome. Their here is symbolic of a unity of interest and sympathy in a grand scheme for utilizing the provisions of 'by the of ad-ded in- telligence, towards rendering the science of agriculture better equipped ;in fulfilling its purpose. In the recog- nition of this there is an international and, in our common depend- once on the fruits of scientific agri- cultural teaching, the bond of -brother- hood between different nationalities 'becomes more apparent io our city, gentlemen. We have already been signally honor- ed by Lethhridsf being chosen for the measure of the same. ly in a class by itself. It is lo be Jtopcd the action o; the local police, will HOI do Lethbridse discredit durinii Dry-Farmiug Con- fess week. Tho present week is the most im- portant in the history of Luthbridyo. Let every citizen show his pride in j his city by doins everything- in his power to .make the stay of the visit- ing; delegates ;i pleasing one. They are all human, they are all interested in Leshbridge for tho timn 'being: see [j if cannot be induced to carry rtway nothing; -bur pleasant memories THE ICURITIES COMPANY Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The local police force took a mosrf of the metropolis of Southern Alberta, inopportune time to air their griev-J and then perhaps, some day they per a .NO fche Spe2d Uw MoTorcarXtourit.u lrrivorefi tllo "Twas Ever i hus "Pa, wliat does it mean when you suue en. j ter village in the northern j "It means, my son, that they go tip of die state. 'Most, of the Ohio j and tk-.wn. When it's something namiets and towns announce by means of a. signboard the rate of and wiien it's somuthing you've gut sspe-ecl at which the motorcars may j to the lirie pass through the town. This partic-u- 1 Judge's Library. goes weuk there- will be discussed much of a nn-! tnre inroiltable to an industry on which j we in tlie west set the greatest, store. By new lights which will be thrown; on the same hope to utilize onr; natural resources to their greatest vantage. You, in like manner, will: carry away lessons to bt- profitably used. In tin's there will be but one sentiment amongst, us, tha.t of better- ing onr agricultural methods for the benefit of humanity at. hinre. On an occasion like the present, i greetings cannot be too cordial, nori welcome too warm, and the' Her; conveys to full and overflowing j Information for Visitors t ELIKVIXi; THAT MOST Of the deloyatcs and visitors from out- side points, especially these cent" of schools, at Kdmonton, and u former resident of Lethuridge, and E. Barker, of "Cardstc.n. The trans- few j formation in tlie country in from other countries, are anxious to] years has wonderful. Peruse the leather all the information about this J article by Mr. Colin GroiT, of Taber, jiuicii talked of section of Canada, the! telling of the.changes in that district Herald in today's issue, has attempted j within hale a. dozen years. Taber'was TO bfi'oi'f its readers facts and a ranching country six years ago; ligure.s which we believe will be of! today it is the centre of a splendid! 'material assistance in providing en-j farming .district. "What is true of have collected- number of well Taber is true of all of Aibcrta. What the delegates see here in ngncultnral fanners, who relate i development is only n. ma-ter of a few! personal experiences in such a way as to convince the doubter thai years. It is hardly necessary for us to say that we aro exceedingly Rood an agricultural; istic as to our future, especially if the found in the world. JKUC as to our future, especially if the (j EcienUfift system of farming is put y i COUlltry vim m.: lUiJiiu ill int.' Muiifl. ti.> Ul liiTlllllig IS pill, i JJ ]n most of Lhoritt Htatements di-y. into practice. The international Dry- g tanning mfcihc-ds are highly commend- Farming Congress wiil stimuhite 'iiCjHj fur ihust- i'iirmcrs havi; boen jtrac-j interest of the farmers in j lising thf Hcteiuitk- and it is! of farming and from it we amljjjj for iholr fin-i-erH. Good j ecrtiiin to reap grear, advantages, 'I'oj farming i.s always hi Al-Jotir visitors we suiimii today a mass oi' iaforniiiti'in about our coinitry up in rioiuhcrn luis, to ihe'Sent with tr.o hope tin; n history of a very few :itid go away a lietter knowledge j there are iiunresting nn Alh.erta, iia attinnment.s agnail-' Beginning of farming in this ofi tuvalJy, and its Blowing I'Dr! tiie west by Jas. ikCais. siupcriuKind-l future. j ATERI'AL AA'D COMPO KOXE BETTER FVLLY. nlso in sluck ,-i fivll line oi' Foil Htcel Shingles Inn Tin-red and Plain BiiiidHJi; Papei's Papers AHE IIEAD- FOR IJI'ILDKRH' SI'P- PLIILS OF ALL KINDS Mail Onlors fcivo prompt ten! ion J. B. Torney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbricige. Alta. Avc. S. The Margin of Cultivation df T .MARGIN: or CULTIVATION is a very Important phrase; in the economic history of all na- iiceds, tho rendition, not favorable, t-annoi bo said to lie alarm- HUT in viow of th.> increasing Sions. Tiio ir.iTcasing aud .tin- iiopnlntlon of the world, tlm oon- lim' of tho same form a in jir-i-; in the denuind for Srcss and retrogression, where in--: food, iliis niaitcr or cultiva'.icn her 3natter of sell-sustenance is comos not a naiionnl, hui a tv.l. Whero tlie soil .does not nirnisli j .Hiiitjcrt 1'nr most sei'ions cousiderA- ti sufficient rcnirn for andiiion. capital Jhe margin iiatnrally rceedcs.; in the older sairh as Groat ]n countTies, uhii'ii do j it however, net vrt not entirely mi th.-aiselvc-- i., 0111 or rlie iirnMeiu ,-tnK''. anil in Jlic matter utsui! for niay lie traced '.he policy of Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbrldgo Special attention given to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of cars. Advances on all 13111s of Lading if desired. Market prices by wire or 'phorce. Ollico at Messrs. Asquith Lindsay's Dominion Block, Lothbridse, Alta. Pliono 17M. P. O. Uos 27S. Lonil Manaa-er Arfe Offering the Lethbndge district Very Moderate Prices Opposite Alexandra Hotel ;