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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: OAILY Thursday, 21, C.G. 524-13th Street, N. AVo C.'HTV Hie best .Linos of Stoves and Ranges to o cent oil' for ca.sh TELEPHONE 1223 For Sale If you are looJriug for impioi ed trhave'-640 that I will nil'at a Sfunifue pforicStog a. good i vah la matte: Good reasons for selling Apply A.E.H., owner NBW Arlington Hotel Till] SHOOTING TO FARMERS Beat Malting Barley Stall samples and particulars ifs- Sardins quail-Titles aad prices, to T. P. FELDER '127 3th ry. Alta. 'Silverier Service! When purchasing itlvi you are stirs of depend- ability and btauty if it ii This brand, kiiovra as "SilmrTlftt Ikal Wars wsuni long because itil HiebiMVieittitrcrplate. Look for the tradtmnrk. J >y Oklahoma is the Lucky City (Continued from front -Many questions n-ere aeked of tbe oftlciaJ ripresenuilves ot these tour most. North Lethbridge a Busy Spot are. against.his politics, but we like his grit.-New York Herald. Miss Cooksley, (he milliner, is sit- uated temporarily in the Brook shoe store, not being- able remove to her new store. Mrs. iuuiis.-J81S 6th avenue north, 10 recently underwent a serious op- eration is, we learn, in a critical con- dition. The contractors of the lieu- block for Wilson furniture store, are unable to complete the interior of the building owing to inability to obtain hardwood .lumber.-. It appears that the car shortage is responsible for the delay, as the mills up in the nionn. tains cannol obtain sufficient cars to meet their demands. We regret to announce that. Mrs. C. 0. Olander. the wife of the genial hardware manager of this side, lias been taken to Gait hospital where she Is to undergo an operation. .Mrsn Olander's health has not been of life best, of late. Mora Police for North Lethbridge Evidently our new chief lias real- that the north-of the track has had insufficient police protection..and just as soon as matters'in the police.! department get straightened' out the citizens over liere'cah look forward to receiving at least one additional man oil each shift. Great Activity In Dominion Square -Messrs. Miiford Co., the owners of lioihiiiion Siiuare, report, sales o over fifty lots to outside buyers dnr Ing the first three days of Congress week. The whole of the lots on West minster Iload have now been sold, to getiier with all lots facing south. Building Activity Visitors to the city were greaily sirrprised at the amount of building which'is being done on the north silie of: the' track. There are at. leasj. buildings under construction, and as these include three large stores, it tjuite -evident that people have great faith in tills part of the city. This, with the that the real estate .men here have sold several lots -to outside buyers during Congress looks well for this part of Lethbridge. New Church Under Way Good progress bas been made on the foundation, of the new church, is being erccied for the Church of England. Already the concrete has been put in, and with a few days to allow it to set, the contractor hopes to have a large force of workmen em. '-ployed to rush the building to an early completion. Given fine weather the building will he finished by Christ- mas, and the vicar, Rev. C: II. Pop-, ham, is. looking forward to holding the! :0hristums services in the new edi-j nee. Treatment of Seed to Prevent Smut -elaimin. z population of 70.000. Mr. I thrown to Oklahoma Ciiv, after each Woodttsor j delegates, without exception voted in one thing of which the city is proud. As for accommodation for the Con- greni and exposition he states that th I'avor of the southern city. In eply, .Mr. thanked tb state fair grounds auH having chosen the capi- bullding., are ai Ule disposal of the Oklilllomfl, to while the-'e are several the ne.Vt halls, capable of handling I he only hoped i niOTis crowds i wolllcl Bizs Interest that neld in Lethbridge this week. er of financial support for the Congress was another question considered by the Bonrd of Governors, ,-_ but this was when -Mr. Woode'l I hnil son came in with papers showing S30.-! 000 available, and more if necessary.j Ai the mass meeting of all the itele-_____________________________ Sates ,.he Me aietnooaj which was presided over by President! ____ the votes of tne Heglnu.f yards of them, which informed the I'tah and Oregon delegations j pnlllic that "I'ardston came and con- Visited Lity Key to Herald Subscription Contest NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes 1912 I desire, to make I'ollovvino- iioDviuation Name Residence CA dy Address Tlila nomination in good for 5000 free votes. Onlv llomlnaMon ho accepti-rt for cncli t-niidlilnKi. Narni-s of iii-'i-ioni making licit he divutfuMl. They will admit loo that Iliry all saw. And if yesterday was a hip; rjay at the. grounds, today was be- hind. The local people did not have the same opportunity to visit .the ex- j position hiii tin- visitors were on [hand in numbers, and taking it. all jiog.-iher.the sm-ei cars aiid'ihe tick- et nlllce at the grounds did a'ulust as big a business as ttc Ilav reconl. Tiic specials will reluni hue this evening; (ravine; l.ethhriilse airordiu- to-the following o'clock t ardslon regular special Tahcr. special Clarrahoiro- special Kour special -trains to the city in one day sets .7 record for l.cthbri'dgc., and clearly iiiiows. the Importance -it- 1 ached to the tt'liich is just mushing 'its year in the Dominion of Canadn. Written for Dry-Farming by H. M Bainer, Agricultural Demonstrate) Stntc Fe Railway, Amarlllo, Texas and Chairman of Section on Soils Tillage Methods and Machinery. There are two kinds of wheat smut loose smut, and stinking or ball smut Both can he prevented by treating the seed and rotating the crops. The spores of both kinds of smut are car ried by the seed, but the spores of loose smut may also bo carried in the soil from one year to another. Treat ing the seed prevents stinking smut, but loose smut requires that the-seed be treated and that the ground -on which it grew be planted to another crop the following year. The stinking or ball smut is the kfnd most common- ly found.'-It destroys'the kernels only, while the loose smut destroys the grain and chaff entirely, and the sooty mass of spores remain. The stinking smnt gives off an offensive odor Tlie following formalin treatment will prevent stinking smnt in wheat, also smuts which commonly affect bar- ley and oats: Formalin Treatment There are several methods of treat- ment, bine stone treatment, and for- malin treatment, thq last ot which kis safest, most reliable and cheap- est. A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Oct. Miller is in OtlKwn today, anil Is a Ktienl at Ciorernment. House, lie with 1'remler Dor-den at noon, number of nn-minent cltuous being present by Secure a 40 per cent solution of, formalin at a reliable drug store. One i pound of formalin is sufficient to tre from 2000 to 2SOO pounds of whea Before mixing the solution, get th seed wheat ready. The treating s lution is made by carefully mixing one pound bottle of the formalin wii gallons of water. IK si I'd may he treated by dippin or sprinkling. To dip, the seed inn be placed In a gumiy sack and the lution in a barrel or tank. The whea should be immersed in this for least ten minutes and then taken ot and allowed to drain back Into Hi barrel lor a short time. The whea ihould then he emptied into a pii n a clean place and covered wit sacks or blankets for ir.'o :tfte vhich it should he thoroughly drie before sowing. To sprinkle, prepare a clean plac in a canvas or smooth floor. Thor mghly sprinkle the place with tli iotutlon before spreading the whoa it. Now thoroughly sprinkle the pread-out ivheat and at the sain ime shovel it over. Continue fp sprinkle and shovel over the wheat ui. til it is thoroughly .moistened. Next shovel the wiieat into :t pile and covei with sacks or blankets for two hours after which.it should be dried before sowing. Do not allow the wheat, to remain wet too long after treating, as tlie germinating 'ties may be injured. Place the dried wheat in sacks which hare been dipped in the solu- tion. It is ateo advisable to sprinkle the grain drill with the solution before using it: Exorcise every precaution not to bring the treated seed in con- tact with any that has not been treat- ed or in bins which have contained smut wheat. The wheat should be treated but a short time before sow- ns. BLAMES IT ON MANTEL Ottawa, Oct. L. Pel. lelli-r has issued a statement denying lluil 'lie had dismissed the postmaster aUAmeliasbiirK, Prinec IMward roun- ly; Onta'rio, without etuise or reRsnn lie slates that this postnmsier WHS dismissed by Ihe Hon. Mantel, acting minisler. In Mr, P-elloiler's absence In Europe. 'Phe dismissal was' made because tho postmaster has been for yearn a most active 'political partiv.an, and the fact wan proved to Mr. XanteTs complete satisfaction, MEAT MARKET Ladies, if you are wanting a choice Roast, Call in, We Have a Fresh Supply of Meat Daily. Ki'fos1 of lYcsli Sausages Choice II a ins, Roast IJork. Fresli Dripping Plume 24213th St., Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co., Yard at the Our Meats are of the very best and our prices are right. ityasf Beer JKibs, Hams, Dripping ol mre young Come in and Phone KK55 uie cheap. St., North TRAIN BULLETIN West and North Bound Train No. M I. Cranbrook, arrives Train Xo. Kooteiifiy I winding, arrives 11.5'J. Train Xo. I, 'Spokane and Port- land, arriuis leaves; ii.55. Train Xo. ai; 7.00 via Kipn. arrives Origan- daily Sunday. East Sound Train No. Cmnbrook, arrives (r Lee Wong NORTH LgTHB.RIDQE RESTAURANT All kinds of Fruits. Candles Cigars and Tobaccos, Soft Drinks A assortment of Chin-' otie and Japanese Silk Goods. PHONE 1229 Train N I'lnox. or will lfit 'L {nr lf not- gentl to Plncx ;