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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September 4, 1913 TITE LETIIBUIDGE DAILY HERALD Pasre? APP 500 Bushel Baskets at PUBLIC AUCTION on 1 Saturday, At car at the rear of Phmkett Warehouse These apples have been refused by the consignees, and are being sold to cover duty and freight charges Record of Crops in the Ray- mond District Cited by Man Who Knows me Dish id Kduii tbt- H Sept. 2, ti it "In-iiii-i! lo build the r llov.fifi, ior vari- re-jsun-S -uhich ue uill iiol dis- tl.i1; ilii! rmt -cuatinuc- to beets. now they are iafc back. Ue aio of ibis f it if, tans gr.rd.tcr yr'usijerity ;o I d taw bails point o'-l l il.' "nt-n it: Ins calling is .1.- ijrtcr T.I all uf ihis art vwy v.irlicipatc in -i ALLCCSS dy with th? t lln1 i-onipaav's iiite rested in hi order tliat the ut- I that lldt il( >ou Jir.rt il. Dun1 JUKI liic Urtncrj uiay rcip sim- lo the Juiir ID u'fcpr localities where viicar fiii-iurie.s Law Lct-n cstablishfd, j and (Lai il njay be profitable lo the s j as uell- TLf-v have con- krf p i IS IL uH il .lo your uei >ui "for Uttefrlr. M'ATTER: OF? CURRENCY WEablriEloit; -U.C..'- 'Sept: of jiationM .American uVnljtri'1 would liVe cEtabllElipd In yla.ce 6i is tale's.'TreaEury "noles'.vropOBcd J the' Administration.'1! fCurrency 'bill. oullLned "16 -the banX K OF THE TURNHULL DEPARTMENTAL STORE DISA STEK AT PETERHORQ the" ddiiger of hanking believe-thq noles should te Is tuil by tlie Fwieritl "reeorve board to the tjinkE, and by them lo'tho public and the Federal rVierVe banks- for the whole. Issue ot. Sol jcr, of of the spokes- men for .tSe-.recen.L banksrs'-coofer- cnce f' Oemocral. declared ho-waa "Headed lo no iiarllculkr cur- rency -Vcaring.- T.'iinTSses ivere freedom, catinp Uinritic take tho open Tb'e dvtJe of-lfee. inp ttaro tho luck ot a flexible circulating inefiluin', olid fact (hat hankt !'hare.nb plic'o (or re- discount-when we have, exhausted our credit '.belluve'' tue. reserves ot Oic should be' in one big F.ervD.y. be. y.wfatrc they ore than scat- tered. In, fcO.UQO or more Hltlc piles, ivhere.tiiey can be of .little benefit to fn An (norcafpd lesnt-of government fccinds, alod increase In the bond fccnrcd ;Da.tlofiAl bhnk currency would not meet tho present needs of currency reform; Wtxler lliwghf bank or i flRfcln. EUKgeated the BloKlo central batifc. es- for all partu r.f ton country.' Mr. Wailer ho did not fcellevb jjio-fedcrtl reserve board, un- der nit I ration bill would ar- bitrarily fix different' discount rates 'or dHtCTctit parts ot.tho country. TWO I; ei :nniil ihe ami pan i rated, i that li.c uf farmers'; are hot in- .tiir 'would just as Mi" the I [irtijilr ,as any. .-demonstration ihe (Knight Sujjar'Co.; make. Co, hav'e had vjpMs everv on some parts tthere, the yields j have not hfvrf euoil thi' Wasbns have ;.lit-rn knuun jlu the This" fact, tu- in tiir. country, thr. proplc, And the i sugar heel ir.'dUjtry, encouraged Iheiii'to' grow.- ihrtn- lu utaiiilain ,'iba factory'until 'iui-Ii awak- vn'Ui'n'teali'iatioiJ el the many hene- 1 fait'dtrtvc from the of-saUgsr Iicetsi Our. friend adniils.' I'jJelds cati'be "a'sij shows fioia- ihe n-porf oi- thp .es'periinental :fann at ihcttb J2 Urns aud 829 pounds lo the fltic. anil tliat "lyjfltlcd tojjs and poujidi tu the acre. In either case, atjp is :a very'profit able uhirrigai- !cd hecjis at IJCF tor] rvill gire a 'nf{ profit ot at Itasi jand the iirigalerl hecifi at 50.00 ppt I i ton ivill a net ptoftl oi r.ot leoS vthanS60.'JO per p.crc. U is Uiese yields ncrr prmluced iin'dfi ihc inost I up-lo (iai? ineihod.s iii cuHivation. But is any region, yhy the j should not the same mpihods 1 Certainly not.. .Thai .is J the eery Ihhjg thev, should "do- Why spcnrt so many 'thousantlK of JoHars .even yoac .'demonstrate what ran be doi'.c ii I he jfarmftrs fs'inot apply thr tame riielh- jods' to thrtr ov.n ad van ben; ml tlipsr srhocils of agncylturc if.not Mo teach Ihe farmers how to get returns from the soil--However, irc.iyjls nrr. what the farmers 'and it rnattrrs litllc uhcrc tiiey Irani [so long ,is tlie rrsuits arc salisfac- tory. For instance.: One i may Icam iruin his anoth- !cr from a school, another by, actuaf experience, and all get jiu! bi'heie stn ji'Oi iriilustry as i pvcrybudy i tu t-ume Ai.J in Ihc iii thf s'ood-thing for Mill yield iruiu 15 to 30 tons to the acie on una-irrigatcii .land. he Ititrrestt-'l Katincr to thrn. It. will Jo him cj sij-ift f.e liesiirs bo (uuch )hab tfugar tV. dt-incustratc that they can grow A lari-c and he jfier scrips, ilfcidr ;o use his j. Agr. Knifiht C'o IHESENWE UNDERWOOD BELIEVES HE CAN INFLUENCE THE- HIGH LTED STATES BODY Sept. setitaiive Undtrwood, leader ol Ilou3t was ai the While Home lalk'inritf islthiPreEidtot 'iQ: i "We -dupe tii dispose -i lietweew HOUFC and. SenatB conference in less than two Mr. Tndersvood. "I am not dis- posed to fiEhi the Senate for the. pur- of inaliilaltiliig the Housfl ;'l5icr.5. 'i'htrc is ro difference principle nivolvcd. I believe the Senate has cut too much Hie bill and if I can convince the con. feroncfr'that my .estimates are correct, F tlilni thai (he be-vHUug lo Eonie or tlie revoniie Senator Sfmmona, ciiairtiian of tlie finance corn mi lite. to talk' lo the President ab'o'ul tlie tariff. LADEN BARLEY WENT AGROUND .This picture ruin of the former Barric .fyf been incojfj crated in the Turnbull business.. Five lives were lost when 'the' bjiftdln'g coIUjiieW'r'-S1 -f J 7-idmoulon, AIM-. 3ept. Dr.-K, J. Wherton, of Valvaraiio, Tn3., who baa been attached to tlic consulting s.tatffi. niimorouB the S agf'cultural schools and- T AirfculturM collejo, at an, 'Kan., is in'lldinqnton, eolt conch (long In tlie vralrfc KILLED w'hlcli, he in tb Jrhc 'fir.-icllce nhiclt IJrfg. Ocrrnony. Sevt more officers of Oermf.n. Armr's Hying.corps, were kill- cd In an accident UbntenJDl Von 1 flnd Lieutenant .Lulh youDp wcro Brisling A over mMltarj1, aerodrome, the Tlie'' avlJitarB lo dcatli.1' FOR WOMEN'S .AILMENTS Ftmali PHU havt Sunward fcr 20 yeitt nd Tor 40 years prescribed and by Physlclanj. ceept no.other. At all drug- tjrnc merit the title bread bfleXcl." j here-, nr. visit the various op-1 criUcd utnier tho direclfon of ister of Is'lilghly pleaaud pcen In Ihls part on MR first, (rip lo Cnnaija, ftVylng JAat Ihk fiOil offers for growing and mlxtd r farming. Th.6 soil of central Alberta Ideal for wheat. lerfti of the soil ibrouglionL Dominion of ho, "FlurA- Ihiii Hie land 1 T'arltly of 'flip ijrovlntfc 6f fjt-rifi is all anil aaM for H. Man., -Stpt. -the. uiecling ot LToinlnlori Grain mission here this morning delegates' of llic Manitoba and Saskatchewan their, iewu on CAT ordering.- The matttrrj arose1 from th6 memorandum' by ihe rommlesion ..relating lU iu the of elevator oj-eratorg rccefvlnt jrs of attorney on bfth.ilf cf farm- LTS, Vliieh in placing orders far cars serially. Tlie commissioners consWercfl this dn improper "way to nm tlfo car and suggested itic farmer irfaVe personal apulicallon inste.irt of through'an agonl at tlip eatne time make alftdavit tliat he has tho grain fti load. XVTU anJ: AnrJrows, of iho Manitoba forlatlon ar.r] o. A, Dunning, of told tbe the farmer had objoclion lo persons! application, hut strongly obicttcil Ihr affMnvil fratnrr a ma jjfrsonally. Hrlllsh Coliirilbla ,'aijil irv [ir vlnff.s h'-'oro iu. v'. Mridrid, Al- fonso-today connnnled tho. seiilencc? of-fits [TTiaoners, who had.bfon COM- ileir.ned to iJerUh to Imni-fsnnineul for life." Among llicniVas the htiarchisl lUfWl "Sanwex Allegro, flre'l In aUeiiiDi to April last- Sault SltL Marlt-. .Mtch.-; Sept. The Alfred P. Wright, down" bound j wecp aground on ,tb'e gtoalB lt: is1 estlmalftd (turns, (or uhat one niurraii ftb abont Vl. !other can accotnplisli applying the imlisl b.c tjefore the ship can sair.e Therefore farm-! K "leased. A jers slu.ulil feel iri seeing u al llle scene.of the J the greal profits il is 'possible, to today. The is not" Itaklnf 1 mako out ti: sugar heels proper workers expect to release It today. '.methods o! cuhivaliori arc employed, i" Uhat if there have- been'' [aJluif.j, j lanil will suppoip fo? 's.iltp, tviUiout jei'preiice lo.condHions, that Itic Sugar Cii. have fjilrj] .to get a 3.irgc average yield.. Trial biiuiiiiJ not lunriunm the industry it as n. biluic- in 'herla. ulicn many ot-thc la'rir.ets' Farm at I.clhhridge, lhai yields nf sugar hrels can" bo Krouni here. The1 following fiai.icd'. fanners land thr tonnage per acrp. by j them, may lie cited for tie henefif of wlto.aro- interested-in knowing UiEilB: t SGQURAGEi; Finally Found .Health in Lydia E. Pmkhiani'fi Veg- etable Compound, those wlto.aro- interested-in knowing! 1.1 IV not'V ChSrlrs UL UN I lons n. ii. Kimhall; lUj-monri, i Sns-K.. 1-Spc'clal ccns.15 cnuinerator I'cnU-k rejorted to lbe Jaat evening lhal having i of t-o el-.ccliing tons; Arthur .'18 tons W. R. Cox, Welling, 17 ton's; VMram .Magralli, "82. tons ,_ T Masralh. .-'Id AN AD FOR OREGON SpoV.iTiP, Wash.; Sept. have 1ho seasoned oM-- hattleshlp Oregon lead Ihe way ihrongh the Panama rnnat at the i-elebration of Hie com- I'] fill on of the big- ditch, to have hVr IjnlMcr, Hrnry T. Srott, nntl her fortr.ei" (.'ftptain' C'Urlt, on the the niOvje- jncntttaricd among adverlJslBK mdu'e clubs anil -of- th-R the of a''Cormjer ".--1 ncllJast.cveniiiK Ihat Wra.' Sabrj-.'JIaKralh, made a most careful Vtt' poputatlon .of Yorkton ami .John 2'0 tons, nvcr figures from, thc Thfse "are nifn vtp and' nirmbcr "The whole world' biifeii- .rtivjiJed to avoid, those who Kiylc diipiicaljon of hamea here, shareholders in the in.1 Vorkton lo have population of jitc. interested in the of A special conimUicc oi'-j Ujfr. comDif'inHy'arjil, IJHOW'' -a roinled hy Mayor lilrinfislonc loithfrjg when tlicy .see il-. check -.over'the oiamine That the company Is a privatecon- 1 rfrtcerp hut-that' It, IF man- eleven districts Into which the loivn liad port on'the 'ndvfEnbfifty of ihe town aged -lor t'na t seeking fhcorporatlon as a ip Silver Spoons f> u'lkiiiMij'fotk'i -nd scivjpg FAVOR BRANhON -j -priTi-iop, Mar... Sevtr n i.-.tti- j MftS. Tl'IOMAS WOOOYAT UlE3j ;iiv of '.Jis no.trti Sept. -fr.ijft on Tiica-Jay a Thomas MhfjislTAfr a brief illutes. of atiff; :m inlcnitil in mar.y This t.'i.'d i; Ot the shareholders is not line-. "Were this so it wo'.i'd have "been closed moved away. Ions Sir.ce, Tn" stating this -Farmer errs, nol knbwir.g the.histoTy of tfee company The men who built and who hate inanage'l antl fmar.cpd tic. Factory from the beginning-arc "big men" wn.ti ore deeply, jntcresieJ in hslping their fcHovrnirji live .-anil prosper iln.ti.e land. .list ortlct ttjf 'hnluslrj' to tfe sJc- it itmst be mut'Jdily -w'ofil- Ird. "I botherwl ribly 1 ,bft to tt? fit Mcr.V was l.riilt tji IJ i'fufit ,md Uft i and to. iiRrs litlpre- 11 hri'wfd' .that; here faroicis tladl .iy hefl'J tched ill the time, 1 had inj; down paios my back hurt biggest "pa'tt of --.was and feeU ingi'when 1 irouM stoop ovbr, it.buri me to -sralk any and discouraged. ''I bogflp tsVing Lydia E. Pinfcjiam'i Vegetable Compajnd am now iij pood Tieallh. If it had not been for that medicine f havft hecp.fn W, longtime Asncli HAMLLTVK, R.F.D. Np, G, Wan-eu, lodJ Another Cnsfct write to tall how much good ycnjr medicine haa me and to let other women kn there ii help for them. I suffere hearing (Town pains, headache, W regular Bn5 felt blue anil Jepresaed thcUtne. E took Lytfi_a_ table CompoonI 6irJ ta gain in a iSor tti.T.e arrJ I arb l'afr.cnmyfsetfr uijtil lato at r-igct bwiJiAg ifld Jo iJ! my o T IiOpu many S'j aRd, Bhode l ;