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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, (Mober 23, 1912 THK LETJiniiTDGK WEEKLY HERALD Page 11 Marquis is the Earies Quality Hard EA HP AT The Greatest Contribution of Science to Western Agriculture Farming Congress 191 farm-and sold to ion the seed for his total amount of seed per bu. See Our Representative, Mr. Ghas. Mooney, in Front of the Main Building EXPOSITION GROUNDS ny Saskatoon, Sask. Regina, Sask. Choice IGREAT BATTLE IS IMMINENT IN FEW DAYS AT MOST ALLIED ARMIES AND TURKS MUST MEET One-half section two miles from Coaldale. All under cultivation, 50 acres in Alfalfa. Suit- able tor dairy farm. One-quarter section six miles east of Leth- bridge, all in timothy. Produces 300 tons an- nually. Adjoins the C. P. R. Demonstration Farm between Coaldale and Letbbridge. Both Parcels are all Irrigable London, Out. Within a few days and 'possibly hours there is expected to begin one of the biggest and blood- iest. battles of modern times. The armies of the Balkan allies now have crossed the frontier on all sides in Turkey in Europe. The Turks, fis their enemies advance, are giving up i their frontier posts ami abandoning small anoV unimportant towns. They; are falling 'hack slowly to strongly en-j trenched positions which, it is thought] i they, make desperate efforts to GROWS DANANAS, FIGS AND PEANUTS St. Thomas, Out, Oct. Rcv. Her, of Hldgctown, has three fig trees on his promises about nine fact, high and well loaded with figs. Bananas and ip-3Eiuuts have also been grown successfully in that section. A DIPLOMATIC DENIAL j hold 'against the oncoming Balkan allies. Persistent rumors have been j current today that two outer forts of i Adriauoplo have fallen into the hands j of the Bulgarians. These rumors, how- ever, have not been confirmed. Mean- while, it is known that the Turks rapidly are -reinforcing tho garrison Professor Thomas a man who has done as towards re- elnmation of semi-arid lands in the Western States as any other agri- culturalist, and who is one of the London, Oct. Herbert Sam- foremost agricultural experts in the uel, postmaster general, when s-aen by United States today, reached the correspondent, dented he lind ap- j city last night, and will be one- of )lfed for a Russian passport and that i the principal speakers at the Con- t had been refused him. This denial, gress sessions for the rest of. the mwever, is likely to bo -.Up- week. lomatic for it is probable that if he I Professor Shaw, who is acricultur- conteraplated a trip to Uussiu-his al expert for J. .J. Hill, of the Great HAS WORKED OUT MODERN THEORIES PROF. SHAW, WHO HAS DONE MUCH FOR RECLAMATION OF ARID LANDS efforts to obtain passports ivere purely tentative and unofficial. WHY THE BAND LEFT First hear that tile orcbes- Northern railway, four years ago while'on a tour of Western Canada made the prophecy that .United -States would be importing wheat from Canada in ten years.- This would p be brought about, he said, through f BUI I FOX FIRM-T BIGGEST DEAL IN HISTORY OF ISLAND CONTRACTS ASSUMED, P. E. I., Oct.'. 22 Yesterday afternoon the largest deal ever put through in this province was brought to a close in the pur- chase of the Charles Dalfcon ijlfick fox farm at Tigiiish for siv hundred thousand dollars by a syndicate of C'liarlottetown men. Tills ranch is one or the largest and best equipped in the world; Among the obligations taken cttr by the syndicate is the fulfillment'-of a contract with parties in Russia to -l.leUver Pair.s lor Iiundred tllollsanrt dollars tra in your theatre was sacked in and supporting forces at. Adrianople I body Hie other and the Bulgarians are rushing addit-[ matter? the fact that I he continuous cropping What w-is wllcat in (nti western' states wan decreasing the fertiliiy of tnu soil. For Full Information Apply to Phone 810 Rural Address Coaldale, Alta A car at the service of anyone who would like to see these farms ioiuil troops thither to assist in the 1 struggle for the possession of the j Turkish stronghold. The Bulgarians, it is thought, will be the first to strike a decisive blow at the Ottoman cm- pire ami a bloody encounter is sn- tmipated by both states. The Servian armies have made, come progress In their niaroh towards Prishtina and Uslviip. They have taken a few more 1 small villages with but little opposit-: ion. The Servian army operating In! the district, of Novi Bazar also re- ports some progress. On tho other side of N'ovi Bazar near the Jlont- enr.gnn frontier, bcth the Turks and i tho chum successes in i slight skirmishes. The Montenegrins, however have advanced no further In- wards Scutari. The Crook army is resting after its capiuro In ihu Turk- ish town of Alsonia and ave preparing for the more strenuous task of attack- ing the Turkish army of con- centrated at t'ne town of Servla. The Greeks are said to he sixty. thousand i strong. The grimest fighting of the army is likely to occur out of sight' of main armies us Albanians are arming and Greek and Bulgarian have taken to the hills where j they will cngaac in guerilla warfare-, i The navies of Greece and Turkey ap-j pear thus far io havt; j thouisolvcs with blockading tioiiH. Second they spoilt the best situation in (he play. You know the court where the hero is sentenced io "Well, they were told to play souve- {.lung appropriate, and the jndgo had no sooner put oh the black'cap than Get, That Since making thai .statement, how- ever, I'rof. .Shaw lias made a special study of dry-farming methods, antl for the. past1 three years has been preach- ing ilicsc methods ,to tlic farmers of the Western Stales, and teaching the only proper way to preserve. f UNRESERVED FRECKLES MJ-is HUM Us Mcl'onnell Hnms Post Office nrjar London, was struck hy a (rain, but not seriously hurt. Veil; new Don't Hide them with a Remove them wish the Drug An, eminent specialist ro- eonily discovered a new drus. othino-iloubk: fftrnngtli. which is so uniformly successful In re- niovhig freckles antl giving ;L clear beautiful complexion thnt it is sold by il. D. Iliginbotham Co., Ltd., under an absolute guarantee to refund flit! money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles un- der a veil; get an ounce of othinc and remove them. Even the first use will show u wonderful improvement some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. It IH absolutely harm- less, and cannot injure tho most tender altin. He sure Io ask for'the double- strength othine; it this tluit ia sold on the money hack guar- antee. J. D. T-Ilginholhnm Co., Ltd. land, is to practice dry-farming meth- ods. I, This morning, In a short interview with (ho Herald, thn professor, is over 80 years of aye, liis firm belief in dry-farming, as the most common sense method, and said that this Congress now being held in UithhridgG would do a great deal towards the furtherance of those methods. "During the three years in which 1 have taken up dry-fanning work more particularly In the states, ilin faniiRis thne have mado a won- dcriul success Of said the profes- sor. He is speaking this afternoon iu the Majestic theatre. STEAMER WAS SUNK Befj-oit, Mich., Oct. -wheel- man lest his life and ten other mem- bers of the crew of the sand steamer Pine Lako narrowly escapsd death today when their vessel went to the bottom in toss than a mlnuto nfcr n coMifilon wlh tho steamer off Pccbe Island in the Detroit river. The man who lost his life wan Aleck whoso home 'was' near London i Out. It, in thought, lip was trapped! In Ihe wreckage of the pilot house. J Auction Sale Alberta Stock Catgn'ry Thursday, Oct..31st At 1 o'clock Instructed by Messrs. Muckle, Hoople Renton, who are llia- IKising of their horses, and going In for sheep. I will Hell dermentioned: i 112 Head of Horsei conslsiiug of: 45 head of marcs from 3 to t years old and weighing from 1250 to 1400 each. 35 head of geldings 4 to 5 years old, weighing from 1300 to 1450 ms. each. 30 head of suckers. 1 .Registered Stallion "Cop shaw Special" (imported.) The above horses are the bes lot of Clyde breeding I have eve had the pleasure of exposing fo sale In Alberta. The mares are mostly all young, and their sire and grand-sires were horses. Messrs. Muckle, Hoople and Henton are well known all over Alberta, for 'their good Clyde horses and anyone in tvant; o: good stock, will do well to. at tend this sale. Theso gentlemen are to have their'horses brought in to the stock yards for the convenience of .intending purchasers. Terms Cash. No Reaervi A. LAYZELL, Auct. 10fi-6th Ave. East, Calgary, Alto. ;