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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 22 TTTK LETirmunoE DAILY Tlmrstlsiy. October 21, 1012 Why Will You Suffer? "TRY-NEW-LIFE" Since we have opened our office in this city, we have been more than pleased with the response to our appeal to the general public to "TRY-NEW-LIFE." But we are not yet satisfied that everybody who suffers in any way, has investigated what "TRY-NEW-LIFE" can do. To assist the suffering is our aim, with we can help you. We have enumerated in this paper the ailments "TRY-NEW-LIFE" is good for, and for the benefit of our Congress Visitors we again state that no.matter how serious your case may be, will eventually cure you. The blood is the chief cause of bodily ailments. Your liver gets out of order as a result of poor circulation. You get dizzy, have pains in the head, bad taste in the mouth. This is due to disorders of the stomach. Now if you will "TRY-NEW-LIFE" as we tell you, you can get your blood circulating properly again. You will wake up in the morning without that languid feeling and fresh energy and vigor will be imparted to you. After you. have read the forgoing, DON'T BE SKEPTIC. What we say here we can prove to you, all we ask is that you will come around to our office and receive a FREE demonstration. No matter what you suffer with, we CAN Ao you good WE ARE HERE TO STAY HAMILTON-BEACH SALES CO. 30la Sixth Street South Opp. Bank of Montreal AGENTS WANTED Open a.m. to p.m. Saturdays STATE EXHIBITS ARE ARTISTICALLY ARRANGED No More Pleasing Dis- plays at Great Exposi- tion Sightseers -Greatly Pleased If all piat'tirds ituliciuive of location were to be removed from the now on displays ;it the agricultural buildings, the casual visitor would bo at a- loss to place ihenl. He might possibly know the California exhibit on account of some of the semi-tropi- cal fruits shown; he might also know tile, exhibits deserve the greatest. Dr. Gibson Bailey talks of, for tliey credit which the people of their re- nilvc no to excuses to any spective states can heap upon them. Sacramento Valley Exhibit from California man for 'their, showing1, at the big "ex- position. Oklahom'it'vpn ii goodly number of prizes in tlie individual To the northerner th-s California competitions, and proved themselves exhibit in the main building is almost; throughout one of the strongest sup- beyond words. Fruits in such varie- porters of the dry-farming movement. melons amj its co'iton displays. But the general excellence and uniformity of all exhibits has been a revelation to all visitors, and the thousands upon thousands "who thronged the grounds vesterday were utterly unable to place one .before the other in general pre- ference; all were beyond his expecta- tions. As a whole the United Stales ex- hibits are of a very high class. Many of them have come over a thousand miles to be displayed here, and thisj ties as shown there are only to be dreamed of, and a stroll through the exhibit with the genial and enthusias- tic secretary of the Sacramento Val- ley Development League. Mr. O. H. Miller, of Sacramento, adds a The Washington Exhibit Lethbridge visited tire Dry-Farm- ing Congress at Spokane in 1910, hail a glorious time, and incidentally cap- tured .the sweepstakes. Washington deal to the pleasure. There are ntar-i returned the compliment .this year. ly five hundred varieties of produce: brought up a large delegation of boost. exhibited in the display. Fruits oc- fellows, a magnuirent ex- cupv' the central position, and the! and captured a few pieces of the lemon and orange are the leaders. silverware, just ,by way of shoTv- They are known to the Canadians, that Washington is still to the whereas many of the other exhibits! 'heir cxhibit did not lhe fact must be taksn into consideration displays. However, there is one fact! which stands out pre-eminen'tly, andP chat is that the men and women re- are onlv speaking acquaintances.! sweepsa Sixty varieties of nuts arc also anotb- Breat to tractively displayed exhibit tire Oklahoma exhibit by its water-' sponsible for gathering nnd placing of attention as the most at- cr failure, and of fifty-one displayed exhibit in the in a general comparison of the state] from ong man Mlebratet, horti.! Iraildings. The credit for the showing culturalist Burbank, is much in evld-i (lue to MT' and Mrs. M. J ence, his contributions to the hortlcul-j Vessels, of the Spokane Chamber o uiral possibilities of tlie state being! Commerce, who arranged the exfcbit ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 with Lethbridge. Miss Spokane is a of art executed by Mrs. Weasels, and as such stands alone in its class. The beautiful displays of fruit and the Burbank quince, sour, hut good toj sct il UP here- Canadians made look at; the Burbank blueberry, first acduaintance with Miss luscious fruit, and the Burbank'sj Spokane, the Queen of'the Inland Em- spineless cactus, one of the wonders] whlch ot the esl" of the whole riisplav. Then, there] gathered, their short acnuaim are date palms, and the biggest pump- nlalre, thmk kin and melons ever seen in this part! "'Billy of the which has al- cf the world, tire Cosaba melon, which! most friendly relations Is said to put the watermelon In the background, and a dozen and one oth- er specials, which would use up a book in describing them adequately. Sugar is shown in its twenty or more pro- cesses of manufacture from the -beet seed to the finished product. Iron and copper are shown with their hy-pro- duc'ts, and then, to complete the derfiil story, Mr. -Miller will tell-you of (ho largest citrus fruit orchard in the world, which is now being planted in the valley, where there will toe one im- mense orchard of ten thousand acres. It is a grea't display, and that is all there is to it. The Oklahomans Excelled Oklahoma came after the next Con- greaa, but at the same time they had an eye on the big sweepstakes for the best state exhibit In the exposition. They came a close second In this ev- ent, and their display deserved the re- cognition accorded It; One of the largest displays In the exposition, it Is also one of the most complete in the number of varieties of dryfarmed pro- ducts shown. It wag collected by Mario and erected under hip supervision. Corn and milo maiz-a and cotton, and a few other things not usually found on the Canadian farm, were to he seen, and their lit'tle log cabin in the centre, all went to make up an attractive showing, which proves to the world .'lint the aouthernerti rank with the best. They WHY DON'T YOU TAKE BETTER CARE OF YOUR HAIR'I Don't let it turn grey. Don't let the Dandruff get a foolhold and start the hair falling out. It's not natural that young women should have thin grey hair that they cannot dress becomingly. It should always be natural-colorcd-lux- of life nnd from ugly jjrcy hairs and annoying Dandruff. Nature intended that a woman's hair should be one of her chief attractions. Why not help her (o keep it ao USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH Kecnslbu Look i4" SI.00 unit 50c at Dnifl fibres or dirocr upon eceipt of price ami Jcalcr'n nnmc .Send Hlc fnr rial botdc.-ririlo Hay Spec. Co. Newark, N. J. For Sale nnd Recommended by of tho class of. doep RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK CO, Ltd. vegetables in glass jars beggar de- spriuUou, and the victories of -the Washington, people in the big prizes were thoroughly appreciated by the crowds, The Idaho Display Idaho was one of the states exhib- iting where dry-fanning methods are followed with great consistency, and although their exhibit did net arrive until late, it attracted great crowds all week, so that .1. W, Jones had plenty of opportunities of stealing some of Canada's prosperous farmers. The exhibit was placed by Jlr. Jones and R. B. Coglin, state seed commis- sioner. It was gathered fro'm various parts of the state, Caldwell, Indian Val ley, Aberdeen and Iloxburg produce being well to the fore. One of its fea- tures was tho arrangement of 'wheat in -bin'a, so that the visitcrs could stop and handle it. That, caught the crowds. Transparencies, showing far. ming scenes in tha state, were also featured, adding a tone of originality to the whole display. It is pleasing to note that Mr. Coglin is an ex-Canadian who has come to the fere in the agri. cultural pursuits of the big state to the south of the border line. lie IK a graduate of the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, and at one time lived at Coutts. Alberta. Since graduating from the nTiove college, however, he has been connected with ihp Idaho de- partment of agriculture, and IKS work hero proclaims him to he worthy of high commendation from his adopted state. Colorado brings up pleasant memor- ies in the minds of Alberta and Sas- katchewan people, for Colorado hospi- tality is ranked high as a result of the .splendid treatment accorded them when they -attended the congress at Colorado Springs last year 'with a largo delegation and large exhibits. Their exhibit is in charge of C. ti. Hinman, of the extension department of Colorado Agricultural College, and shows that dryfarming is continually gaining ground in the big state which Pike's.Peak chose as a spot to locate. The exhibit is well 'to fore in the matter of grains and vegetables, ami some very notable prizes were won by Mr. Axelson, one of the most consist- ent exhibitors of which the Congress boasts. IP. general excellence their exhibit ranked with the 'best. They were, however, handicapiied very aer. ioiiEly because of the {act that their car containing the produce did not ar. rive until the Saturday evening he- forn tho Congress opened, so that'they were compelled to sacrifice much in the.matter of display. Utah, Home of Dry-Farming Utah did not po in for a large ex- hibit of dry-fanned products, h'lt brought along, besides one of The delegations to nil hlhlt, which in point of educational in-1 terest, was easily one of tbe leading features of the exposition. The ex- hibit was undertaken by the Utah Ag- ricultural College, Nephl, Utah, and 'was in charge ef V. V, Cardon. It showed in a very distinct manner the results of a series of experiments in dry-farming, each extending over a period of five years. As n dry-farm- ing exhibit it was in a different class from the ordinary, and in awarding it the prize for the best, display by any agricultural college or demonstration farm, "the judges made a very popular decision. Utah has dono more proba- bly to further the dry-fanning move- ment than any other state, and the presence of so many delegates from that s'ttite was greatly appreciated One of the features of their grain ex hibit was the Black Winter Emmet n grain has fteeii propagated i their college research work, and a pro duct unknown to the people of Can ada. However, it is a great feed pro duct, and will no doubt be introduced into Canada shortly. agnuelp Robert A. Taylor. Ltd.. Old Irish Whiskey For mere than 50 years Taylor's Coleraine Whiskey has steadily maintained its reputation for uniform excellence. DisiiK-od in Pot Stills at Cooraine, Ireland, from home-grown malted bin-ley only Its lightness and delicacy, and soft mellow flavor, are constant delight 10 those who prefer real Old Irish Whiskey. Ta.vlor'.s Old Irish has displaced the sale of ihe other brands we liiindtc. Price per quart bottle, only X I "YEN'S CIE CHERRY BRANDY Hen.' U an arlicln Hint in" :i few mouths' Mine lias become very with our tri'.de. It. one of the very best liqueur? we ever from good old French bnntily and flavored M'ith morelln nln-rrics that grow in the soutli of England. Excel- lont ;is liqueur, and when mixed with soda water it is simply do lieioup.. We offer NUYEN'S CHERRY Per Bottle. GILKA The Peeress Kummel (jjlka Kummel is one of the oldest brands on Hie market, and la for the world over. has long been popular in Royal Circles nnd among the k'fHliny families in Europe. It U also a great favorite with all con- s :imi brni vivants. exquisite flavor wbicli particularly distinguishes the from all other Kummels in the fact tliiit the producers is their one particular specialty ami have attained thia per- .ilter long and careful study in the preparation. on have never used the "Kilka" hefore, ask you to give sil. and w-a are confident you will agree with us that it is he best Itummel you tasted. GILKA Per Quart, "C.HESKY make tli fcetion If it- ii tri' bv far t The Original Cherry Whiskey Distilled and bottled by Messrs. Fremy Mils, Cualonnns, France. Grand Prix at.St.' Louis, 130-1, and at Milan, 3900. FREMY'E CHERRY Quart Bottle FREMY'S CHERRY Pint Bottle. RED RAVEN WATER Red Haven is the water for constipation and all stomach clears the head, cools the blood and settles the stomach. Try a bottle first thing in the morning. Price, per dozen bottos, Special Prices to the Trade C. C. Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. 40? and 409 Second Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alta, ;