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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Round Street Phonies Better Stock, Better PIONEER 'HE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE EDMUND-WALKER, C.V.O., Lt_ D., D.C.L., v ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 N. Taber Bow' laland Milt Hirer High River Clareaholm Nanton Granum Cannartfaj} Barons Jot TERRIBLE MALADY llANGEVIN AND THE HITS NEW YORK RDTHENIANS I, RESERVE RM S6 000 000 ft Is M Circu- ft fm 1 _ -f BANK MONEY ORDERS and convenient They are payable free of charge KS in Canada (except in the Yukon District) issued, by this Bank are. also payable free of OfinCrFSAl T i i. LJlv? sf rale of 54.90 to the sterling in Great Britain and Ireland can fce obtained at any, office of ihe Bank on application. to Come From inferior Iar to Clersy-Must Turn Rye Bread Property Over 1 3.-ArchbiShop rcflsoD York, Sept Suffering from of St. Boniface. has -sent a nous ergotism, one of the rar- wrfular letter to -his clergy, secular yhbrMgeBranch C. TotaJ Assets Oct SO, 1909 th-rdusrhont the' diocese gangrenous ergotism, one of the rar- est of diseases.. Catherine and ette Florence., are in'the J. Hood I'n wmch he a-special .appeal A right hospital; Joseph' Florence assistanee in.'coping with the Ruth their father: Mrs. Rose Florence their I eniau quesfciort- morher, and Joseph Florence jr ALBERTA AFTER WORLD'S CUP Puts in Intry For "tfe Dry FarmiDg Congress At Spokane Spokane, Wash.. gipt T-Kn- 1. V ivrj. Ciltc, jr., ine.r brother, are heing treated, daily iJ f" fr t. The-letter, was written previous to by Ruthenians in me ..cjixg uieateu, uaiiy I NT ,-----f II at the dispensary "of the hospital for -.which, -they ex of the same .nature, aavs .dissatisfaction; with -pre- Within Tea Years you are sure, at some time, to either waster need af ew Jnradred dollars in cash. If things, gp you'll need if they go to if r V to the fisamcal opportunities that to-day? iist need-or want-is .t once m.flus Bank, and to JOU add Dapattmeat at every Branch, pffiet cor. Round Redpath Sti I W.stmm.te, Rd. N _ of the same nature aavs f 'tussausiaction; with pre- tae World. and .whose -corn- Both feet and the left ear of Cath- ,mts 'by Dr. Schewe who is 22 years old, have turn- tbe 4-Usaro-Hangarian oonsuL ed-black with the taint: The right intimates -that -he -has per- oot of Is-is. has two ?rlests from .his diocese dangerously infected, and the eirter rite, and he right in4ex tinker, the toes of the Incends to take similar action with right, foot, "and the same men? He cannot, tell what of the son. all show the of %-irus. I on. Bread. Ihe infection came to the eaten in constantly for years, four. a montn ago cause the bread they we not taste'just right'. It ,vas ract that gave Dr. J. McGinnis, the hous" or tne hospital, his firsi to the nature of their affliction. rye. .waen ground into flour often forms when Dr. Me I IriTTFitc- A J _7. _ xie cannot., tell what decision will fee reached .by the Holy See with reference to a Ruthsniar. oishop for CanadSL.. Bat one" thing :is certain, he, said, .and is the KuthenlanB must prove themselves Catholics by turning over their church property to the Ckurcfa. They have j no reason to fear for their -rite; which should .not oal3r -be preserved, but if need -be. of, the su-pport'of'the ajiu. me -oro Alberta, have niad? rfisor-vo COMMAND! OF DRY FARMING He Who Obeys These Pre- cepts Will Reap Abund- ant Crops entry of the notice that the govem- it oi- ov compete for the world's cun p T w-tu-py and. seem to .be de- pound BeU Of- HFgh River. Times.) f-St- -Benedict's 1 San'day next the that" place of worshio take silence a- in attend- Como Retires From Navy to Engage .in More Peaceful PUr. (High River Times.) Captain Como, w'ho. purchaaed Ociober from of Calgary, is one of the feriaers pf this. district a sood crop this year. I ooixi n litrXt TIC learned the Florences'had tak- en .to wheat -bread because there seem to be something- wrone with the rve :y were getting he he s on the Tight trail: Reference to a-few texts from Ger- where'the Is comoar- !y well.known, convinced -Dr "MC- S 7as be'took steps accordingly. two girls applied for treatment tne dispensary, a 'week "ago A- the-Ir visit. Dr. 'Lacas. who -was in them tb eater the hos- i'ent at once, -but the already come to tae sur- If 9. Ruthenian oishop ,1s sby .the Holy See all lands "will be placed in the name .of the' arch- bishop or parochial corporation.. It farmers al- >y the spur and the entrv across the -boundary to greater. efforts for en? Colorado tie ie, Sept. who oeys they precepts shall reap abun- ant crops. He .who violates them shall be punished by decrease in yield in proportion to-the transgression" Prof; .W. C. Palmer, agricultural of the extension department at the State Agricultural College of Dakota, says this'is'a foreword to the "tea comaan'diiients'-'of dry far. ming, .submitted to join T. Burns secretary of the Dry Farming Con- gress, for adoption at the fifth annual convention, in Spokane. October 3 tc in connection with the third national exposition- of dry farmed pro ducts... The commandments frllow; I. ,T-hou shalt plow deep. Carrying a Fruits THE'SUE WOO yeas, (Manager) Baroness Beside Hngton Hottl piowlng permits rain to .per eate the soil easily "and without rue off, also provides'more feeding space for plant'-roots-and-makes available more plant food. If. Thou shalt fcesp loose. the surface Commercial -Club of Bafeer Citr ure has aroused much interest in tne confess exposYtlon Ore., is of primary importance, however w'in decide upon i that the Ruthenians, remain. in com- and, a munipn with'-ihe, .by'in- contemplates scribing their. cimrcia ''property .In' the an and seii'dins- a ft'f f1 Aloo-a-f T f ,1 j_u 'Rome .by 'in- scribing their, choirca ''property .in' the manner requir-ed'-'of. -Catholics, and also Toy priests- sent them -by the JMshoflC'pf.the diooese." WILL DEpQRTj'N'GLiSH GIRL; Stole From Her ErWpfoyer.During TJiis pryents soil moisture-from ev- aporating and conserves the rainfall Harrow grain after, it Is up two'in- ches or use Tree-der. Thou shalt -cultivate level. old editions. -fotess.or.Zaniboni was supected the pofice.. was seaJh- rw t 2olice- after a search found tw0.: kimdred-.-miss.ins roooks there. BANK CHANGE: _AT Gleichen; Sept 3 .uojran in -n. PartSj.of ATew -Met have, been appoJtS moiaurcs thac" awputatlon avoided. T5e jt arise 'out the surgeccs that they -bflgan their treatment 4p5 Jpast. .in-' JKU "'T --his 'own death-" knell. nj F spring ath-; knell. packed the. ground hard and >Pe the spying of ,of iis labors Is a sptendid UHIIJI. ihe otner members of the faiailv were not so seriously affected as the two girls were, but they .are -beinr "jt VV iLtl the Of _____, Vi hundred pounds of steel church -biulding .and. ones, of .the conrre- only .been, able to console xT-itii .the tJxouirht thai if ailding- to crash tnwrjieads, tney.couig not meei ;'ibetter place. been rumored that-.the .of the youibfuj m the comparative j for the -bell to cease its! yield of. wheat. Como is a of the Italian na.vy. and isian-Japanese the he officer been a with the blockade af A-j-C LUC OlOCKSae m- as 01 his ooservationa ._ ,_j Japanese. He the ooject of .the JaPS is to control Ocean, and he opines that Is not-far distant when that oounT-ry will become and attempt to attain xvhat later Jeiore they can .be declared out o danger. A report of the extraordln ary case has been made to the board of health, and an official inqui-rv is made into J' with anxious thought l'-be spared to listen FhiUjpnines carefully prepared from which the bread that poisoned tne -Florences twas manufactured. ims is said to be the first appear ance of ergotism in America. it is somewhat common in countries where rye -bread is a -staple and has been studied closely enough to determine It1nature The famine of consequences. three years -ago in had its horrors heightened by ths appearance of ergotism and in three of the Black Sea provinces no n 5 to now They hare been Ot Como is s tberou-jh admirer western province of n, no doubt us to Jy security. The wardens! pul1 tne'oell down.l rer. cms is not the Isnt pull it Beyond his expectation thinks this ;iarch. where heaceforta JL ,ag. without ringing the ae rs within. will charge of of the "oell. u Boston. Sept. 3. hac Bra- Luke Callaghan. Archdiocese iJappointed' Archbishop" St' in the north end of to replace. Rev. John p. 'retires -owing to ill health' WERE RESCUED. Jneaabers British steamer, rescued at sea The Point no less than one-tenth of the population was permanently -disabled its rav- ages. Ordinarily it causes a permanent contraction of the limbs, which fol- lowed by blindness and idiocy. DROVE INTO A SWARM OF SEES. On Saturday an English woman, 're-, eently ha-d-.Jbeen. em-ployed S a-'seW vant in '-Dr. SEiinley; ap- peared -before H. IJf. Eheppard, 'J and W. JE. 8. J. with to Ci f ary Barracks, where she will reinai until the Imraifration ot'Eicers completed the prooeedin? deported to England. It appears that her employer ad vanced her transportation ticket from England, amounting, to S75. and-Upon her arrival on April 8th, engaged her at 320 per month. There was an" a greernent drawn uj> between- shem whereby Mrs. Weiser undertook to're pay her indebtedness of 575-at-the rate of per month, which was to be deducted from her wages. On she left alone: in the the woman' gained an entrance to her employer's safe- secured this -agreement' from amongst ?r. state.. the com: S5aS ,h Ja large to attend, the sessions of the jnj "it is wiS bf hlhltc ffn-m t uuere wjii 'De Se to the air "and-.wfn'rtake fall faster thon the ridged soil. x- IV. -Thou--shalt..summer fallow. This should .be practised in all dis- ,.cricts where the annual .precipitation is less'thair-15 inches, as two'years' rain far one crop-and kills- weeds and plant'diseases; land should .'be cultivated... yearly rain- fall is more than. 15 'inches corn is as good a preparation for a crop as th bare fallow.' r. plant food, crow'd crops, -retarfl Plant life; -and. make, land _work hard- earlv'watur- mg crops. _ Conditions-for .growing, are test dur- -created here _, of the arrest of Prof. S the 'Neopahtan' libraries. collector of- rare foooks -fc- librarian National Library heie the li orary was still selling- hooks a list of twelve valuable itTTioB Belonged to ,the :he.hi.d .recently -parchaseiL night for Lloyflmlaster, to ke a similar position. has ucceeded when Mr. that, bux tae_ crop will" be prodace a. wheat crop in 105 days date of sowia- under such ?haST5- mat WI" 1{ tne are favorable? 14.009 5 sue -best '-preoara- grain--erop; it- produces and fodder per acre than crops. JDo not hill up the corn, siiaJLt grow clover.or alfal fa every few qfefitrs; Rotating grasses, adds fertility and organlb matter to the soil; kills weeds and diseases of plants and produces aa excellent hav and val- uable; seed -crabs. stock, l he-most provable, way of market-' and fodder is through stock produce she, manure necessarv Alarm Clocks "W 6 S6-II es of Alar-m made by the larg- est American Fac- alarm that leaves our store guaranteed to satisfaction. E.A. JEWELER, Mr.-G. R. Bartlett sold of last this w Co., pHce 3Se. per .fa Jls would almost indicate price of had reached the a time at any rate. We understand some are holdinr for a probablo 50c.. and even 75c per bushel. The'present Indications'are however, that the Hinlt .haen there ie more several than w-ftc some sis weeks or .w__ enough, and in aome cases mor enough, than -wiM %6 requirefi consumption REBELLION EAStLY ls other 1B esMmated that the band 5000, t0 arms. "Professor .Palmer's presentation of this modern method in the shape of precepts ap- the members of the said Secretarv "and it Is likely that a sub- stantial prise will be offered for the 'best ten -commanaments on dry fe'nn- Sy' Th? 'pl-itt is" all. to the executive the Drv rarntihg- boll the- -bestj handbook as a guide for drv farmers all over tha worw." GLEICHlW Gieiohen, Seat. firm Transfer Co. Sfc-1 Opposite JVTethodist LETHBRIDGE LEADING HORSESHOERS Repairing Woodwork ved partnership Mr The Stuckey Company Dealers in AH Kinds of HAY GRAIN Carloads shipped once on receipt of Get our prices. vate treaty or pSSrawtlon" WAREHOUSE S. SALES YD SMSTH ST. Rear of Dallas Phone 426 Office Round St. CoaJ, Ice and PRAYING Weitcrn Transfer Co OfflCft Phone H63 ArcafiU ;