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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. Leilibridge. Alberta. Monday, September 8, 1913 CENTS Number 227 Should Furnish Basis for Interesting Comparison When 'imesh- ing is Completed for Present ihe South Country Yielded Crop District No. '1 Cardstou No. 2 Macleod Area Crop Area 3200 pq. ml. SG.S74 ac. 034 3.1. ml. 34.870 ac. No. 3. Lethbridtc -----5184sci.mt. Ko. 4, Hccher Creek 1152 39. ml. ac. No. i. ial. No. C Hat.. 7776 ml. ac. No. 7. Xanton filSsg. ml. No. 8. Hlsh Rlvw.... US) so., ml. Totels so., mi, no. Total Yield Avf. Yield 2.282.9J7 hus. 23.5 C33.339 bar. bus. 19.0 bus. bus. but. 2.304.52S bus. 2.S71.283 bus. bus. Reporter on the Continent Will Get an Interview With Him 1C.3 bus. 29.0 has. 34.7 bus. Winnipeg, Mas., Sept. SaniMl, ol (Jreat Ilri- tain, and Peiletter, of Csnatla, reafh- el the city from the cast at noun, but refused lo be mlcnic.ved. M. I'clletlcr slated Hat tho first busi- ness meeting they would Inlil to l cuss postal ant! oilier matters ol in- terest lo the two countries would Le Southern Alherla from High River Maclcod aouth, counting no part of the main Lelhbridge Hoe ol the. C.P.R. between Calgary Pitcher Creek and iledlcine Hat, raised (Jlaresholm buihels of all kinds in 1913. Mcdlclno Hat The average yield, taking all kinds Nmton........ cf grata, Icoludtnj winter wheat, Kivcr- rprlng wheat, oats, bailey, flax, I "and rye, into cunslderatiop, Total vas 22.8 'HUM figures are the most authen- tic possible to obtain, having been iaVea ftom the 191S crop lepoit ot nd Toronto, to Godericb. The Eteamer Doric had the honor ot carrying the Ehipplns. flillns one compartment with Xo. 1 Northern from Manitoba. Mr. Hamilton on Ready Made Farm Shows What Can he Done in Gardening Canteloupes With- out Wire Stems SHE IS Me Lean District Ratepayers Reached an Agreement and Will Build at Once Startles Friends by Rash Act for Which No Motive is Assigned Macteod, Sept. S.-Word ivos ro- reived at Maclcod this morning to the eHeci that James Patterson, oua o! the oldest and best known stock men ol this district, had committed- suicide at the John FranVlln ranch near Slar.do'3, by snooting himself. Tiie tragedy took placo last night but tlie raai-h is quite a dfstar.co from Macleod very few details ol tho i suicide are Available as yet. Pat- terson was about fifty years ot ase and until recently has held the. posi- tion of stock and inspector tor Southern Alberta, and his ex- perience with the- cattle business highly qualified him for ihe position. He recently, however, purchased an Interest in the Franklin and had catered-partnership in the h'orsa business with Jlr. Franklin. Sir. Pat- terson was quite prominent in the. management of the Calgary stam- pede and was also an official at one held in Winnipeg recently. Ho vas considered fairly well to do by all those who him arid was sup- loscd to be free from trouble so that; ijs friends io this district are at a oss in f.ndiug a motive lor thli rash act. Alter siv. months, dunng which two factions quarreled .over the loca- tion, ol the new school for the "Two southern' genl I cmen visitinj in Thrn he planted almost every kno ,vn i organized McLean school dls- lii'c city on Saturday in search of 'ninrt of vegetable, cantaloupe ir.clud-> tract district .11___._ 1__A V...1.-.1 ill It. V 1.1 in'. Four Babies Died in Sask- atoon in Mi k Supply Blamsd Saiitatoon, SasV'., Sept. none of thtm over1 a year old, died in- the city during- the Smmy Southern Alberta land their eyes they cantaloupes a C. 1 bad saw R. f would .do the trick, but he .bn't cx- ed. Of course, they are not ripe jet. i cast. the tlc silc for' school has been decided on. It Three or four'wtCaS without Irost ready-raade farm "east of the city J peeling, such good lurk. But t.elt the will north of. the souti-vcst The gentlemen were Jas. Keek, St. "Louis and Col. J. A. Johnson, j lic.r, and it is an "evpo bet they .corner of section 36. This was decided this morning at a meeting otMbe trustees oi the dis- trict. Plans have already been- pre- pared for a Maw) building, and ten- ders will be called for inirnedlati-lj hy H. M. and W. A. Whiddington DOMINION GOVERNMENT DOES NOT -PERMIT; DEUVERY OF MAIL.ON REST. DAY A letter having appeared recently objecting to the post office not being 'architect's', who c'pcn OI, Sunday, a representative.' of postmaster. tllag every owr.er of a 700 acre colton planta-; get ripe before irosl. Besides c.ipU- tlon at lilytherviUc, Arkansa-5, and loupes he planted squash. They the.farm, on which they saw the ripe. He has a couple fine ones, ripr, groft-ing cantaloupes to make pies any day. Cnrarn- IiamiUon, who moved .to .his new bers gre-w in abundance.'.Sweet-' i.jrn home..in-tAlbeHa in'May of this rear. is ready; to use. Toiiiatoes, trown f- thB if.e' Herald interviewed Posta: from .e.and to settle The exclamations of ihe this year. Nest year Mr. Ham- >jn ,avor of-the-.: sit J ar-.d that is-that the post month of August, accoMimg to vitd gentlemen: when they saw Jlr. Ham- "ton will nave teem mt at j Apartment will.not statistics. Thirtr-nir.c o( these were! Hlon's garden were.good ready to ransplant sooi an A tev oi .the largest' allow access, .l.q posi offices on S-jn- under one year and five afthat age! be Hen- The vital statistics v.eie iviilihcld from the public Uy Clnpmin.'hul acrcs were secured this moir-.ing through i gr0imd and a the courtesy of Mayor .Harris. .It1 was during the monlh oi August, the Star, after investigation, warned people to boil the milk, and -Dr. not afraid to Uy. In the late spring which suffered so m when he went out to his form, there this summer. He cannot of crop in. the'mtch for Alberta. lire guard had Mr. Johnson was greatly luo .ring rather that i should settle the themselves. This has been done dur- The mfanlile ileatli rale ,for last month v.-as the the city has more favorably .treated, CVM derson's statement excellent and mus.t soundly built up.. The individual independence of tho [chapman, acting M. H. 0., trough1, dominion overseas need neVor clash i jn a report lo the council Litsi say- T.'ith the unity of the Kvnpire as the milk was all right. Tr'nole. Adruirnl Patty scouted the i Mea that the British. Jack would the Australians. "I Ealil when the ship .was corariis-' pointed out, "that therel should he no line drawn between thel Australians anil the. Englishmen, and no comparison has been made so far as I could insure it. There are offic- ers and men ol tho Royal Austialian lavy, and when 1 arrive in Austral- ian wafers I shall have a certain number of ships urder'my command, and roost ol them newly commfsslon- ed. I shall treat them in the .same way as I should under my comm: Caul. Patterson, of Vj.icouver, who would prow inspected the C. H. wouM not. First ol all he- farms lasl week, bought one before David King. The. potatoes, and ior the past returning.. He will settle on it next ff to start off with a which.prom.- iscs to owing lo the increas- ing settlement on the garden tracts needed to buy any 1 a similar. stj'Jadcon mm m P. M. 0. COMING -TITUOE AND LONGITUDE WILL 'FA1NTIO IN OREAT UITT8M ON HIOH Seirt. oe Moii- the. ehamploa long-distance r, that by the greatest (o touring atlator Is hln way. AlUr several rearj 'K experimml, Aerial ol France fias devised of dltectliji slgai which will ve i'nii iroubio. 'The sytiifli has approveil by the Cicnck mlnis- ol publio wortiald, to eater irta politic i, municipal or othtrwlM, 10 tht j tlon mnst rut with the eitfieni. .The third anniversary ol the church was celebrated hy sper-.lal suit-' able (o the occasion. Rev. .Mr. Mo-' mlllen dwelt on the growth o' church jtncfl Inception _ ago. Then It bad 3? _ Now there are 100 ratnilks .connected vlth_' II, so that K has bewme ih largest Angllctn. chnrchca ;