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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M i C ft I IMI Renders Noiseless Runninr. Will TO JIBS CITY SOON cultoists From Scotland W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER Place Your Orders for DRAYING i r i ....WITH.... 1JJUL FRAME Members ofr the Scottish Agricul tural commission now on a tour of in- Kpection of Canada will visit Lath- bridge in the course of a week or o. The members of th? commission, which consists of twenty-two practi- al farmers and others interested in igriculture, are: William Barber, M. A., of Glas- ;ow, J. P.; justice of the peace for he counties of Dumfries and Kirk- iudbright, who farms his own lands of Tererroii; and rents several hill farms, extending in all to about acres, and holds the champion plate of ,the Dumfries, Thornhill and New Galloway societies for Cheviot sheep William Bruce, B. Sc.; Fellow o: tlie Highland and Agricultural so eiety; director of the Scottish cham btr of agriculture; senior lecturer in agriculture of the Edinburgh and East of Scotland College of Agriculture, who is iti tho control of agricultural research work at that institution, and author of fimny bulK'tins on ex- perimental work, is in close touch with the fanning of the most intens- ively cultivated part of Scotland. J.- McHutchen Bobbie, J. P., di- rector of the Highland and Agricul- tural society; of the Scottish chamber of agriculture; of the East of Scotland Agricultural college; of the Royal Dick veterinary college, Edinburgh, and of the West Linton Agricultural society, a tenant former of Campend and Todhills In Mid-Lothian, 350 acres; who farms his own propertj of Deanfopt, 230 acres in Peeble shire. James Dunlop, director of Scottisl chamber of agriculture, member o the council; has been tenant former of Midland, near Kii was the organizer of the first farmers' co-operative creamery in Scotland, and an initiator of the milk record improvement for devel- oping the milk properties of Ayrshire _cattle; he is a breeder and explorer of Ayrshire cattle and boder Leices- ter sheep. George A. Ferguson, J. P., justice of the peace for 'Elginshire, president of the Valuators' association, who holds the farms of Surradale, Or- chardfield and Loanhead hear Elgin, a total .acreage of 520; who is aa ex- pert judge of Clydesdale horses, and owner of the largest Clydesdale stud in the north. Ian A. Forsyth, a tenant former of Ballintraid, Delny, Ross-shire, a holding of 375 acres, arable. Dr. Shirra Gibb, M. B., C. .M., graduate in medicine of Aberdeen university; justice of the peace for Berwickshire; director of the High- land and Agricultural society, and vice-president in 1906, tenant farmer for thirty-six years of farm of Boon, Lauderdale, county of Berwick, con- sisting of acres, prorninentlj known as an experimenter with farm stock, crops and pastures. R. B. Greig, F.R.S.E., Fellow o the Royal society, Edinburgh; For dyce lecturer, Aberdeen universit} (since lecturer on agriculture StanfieldY Underwear comes in three weights for winter wear. And you can get just the weight you want by looking for the label on every genuine Stanfield garment. Ie4 weight weight Hick weight Your dealer will "Skeiy owe wei jhu. If be get them for the surveyors' institution; governor. tou and Kiocardineihiffc, con- aMtinx in all oi 800 acres; also the grazing of Qarvock Hill; is one of the largest, if not the largest, seed potato growers in the middle region of-Scotland. R. Patrick J. P., F. R. S; E. of tlie Koyai society, Edin- burgh, fellow of the Highland and Agricultural society. Mr. Wright principal of the West of Scotland ugriculaural college; has designed ex- tensive series of field experiments on farm crops, and has introduced from Canada new varieties of oats, now widely grown in Britain. Party of The Scottish agricultural commis siqn to Canada is the successor o similar commissions to Denmark and to Ireland in years. It i self-constituted, the original party o investigation being the result of vol untary effort on the part of u numbe of leading agriculturalists of all part of promoted mainly by th Right Hon. John Sinclair, secretar for Scotland and a cousin of th Nova Scotia baronet, soldier, iarmq and sportsman, Sir John Rose Gco Sinclair, who is a member of th present party. The reports of tl commissions on Ireland and Dcnmar have become classic documents in tl agricultural literature of Great Br tain, and for this reason the ropo on, Canada which country is much in the public eye at present, is being looked forward to on all sides with 'tho utmost interest. Each of the ac- tive members of the commission is a specialist on a certain branch of ag- riculture, and each will write that chapter of the .report dealing with his own special brajjch. The whole A CRIME THAT IS NOT PUNISHABLE. How many people reading this article mve gone into a drug f tiie cheap substitute For the protection aii'l benefit of the lijJic, we wi-ih to aay tlwi Dn. i owi.tu's SCENES FROM THE FERN1E FIRE FATKACT or hc-cn iscJ in thO'isajuij of homes loi UK- past ixtV-thrte years uu-l Its.s fievrr luiU-il Jo 'ive prompt relief find cure in till rases of Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Cohe. Stom- ich Cramps, Sunnier Complaint, Sea Oh >lera lufantum, Cholera ttorbus all Fluxes of the Dowels. When you buy DR. FOWLER'S, you are aot cxperiiuc-otwg with a new and un- tried remedy, hut are getting one that bos stood tiie test of time. Miss Lcttie Reid, Vivian, Ont., writes "Last year I suffered untold agony from cramps in the btornach and did not know what' to Jo until a friend suggested I j should try Uu. FOWLKU'S EXTRACT OF i WILD STRAWBERRy and as 1 was glad to try anything I purchased a bottle. I had taken four I found relief and since then I never fail to keep hfiiflo in tlie house.> SHOWING THE TENTS BEING RUSHED UP (Photo by W. G. Barclay, Michel.) Taber of the West of Scotland Agricultural "a "7. -'i 7u TJ i'15 edited by Dr. Carlew Martin, vice-president of the one Tuber, Sept. While rtturniug from the fnrin of Kvtm Kvanson yes- terday where lie had been plowing, "Xcplii Christian, ;i youth of 14 years, i attached liis four horses to a light wagon and was in the act of .driving home the cows, when one of the hors- es, tho boy claims, became annoyed Scottish Agricultural society; wajj resident agent on Lord and Lady Falmouth's Kentish estates, and on Lord, Cornish, es- tates 1880-84, and was land agent on the Letham Grange and! Fe.ard. (Forfarshire) James Fletcher, of Rosehaugh, 1884-87. James fanner, of, GOO j acres in Aercleenshire, and proprie- tor of 800 acres. He Iribh bul- locks, and would like to feed Canad- ian, if they could be got. Angus Mackintosh, J. P. alumnus of Edinburgh rnana- gCT for the congested districts (Scot- land) commissioners, with immediate of the most brilliant journalists of Scotland, editor of the Dundee Ad- vertiser, acting as chairman of the party; and- the corrimisidn as a whole exercises a controlling .hand over the writing of each of its members. Work With Caution The commission, while having, an i excellent'time, ia of the most serious character, and on the train all its members arc extremely busy either making up, their notes of what had come to notice during the day or com- paring notes with other members. It ia their practice'to get together in the evening and talk matters over, and in this way a strong and solid at the slow pace the cows were charge of their large estates of: Kil. of opinion seras to be in pro- muir and Glendale ia Skye, and var-. of formation which will make ious" settlements in the highlands! thfi rePoH a coherent and organic Caution in reaching conclu- and islands. Has been a member th -3 Inverncsa county council and of a -sions is the conspicuous feature of ing. lie befcame suddenly and sprang forward to bite the cow. In so doing his tug unfastened, the opposite single tree txmig forced into the revolving wheel frightened the fractious horses which ran away. The tongue, slipping from the neckyoke frightened tiie boy who instantly climbed from the rear of tho wagon, preventing to himself n serious acci- dent, which might ha1. i> resulted in his death. An instant luler the rig was converted into kindling wood and junk iron. The horses lost no time in making for home where they were later found being none tho save a few scratches. After two weeks of hunting, fishing and blackbcrrying in the vine clue hills of the Kootcnays, where it possible for the lover of .the rod ant Satisfaetion Guaranteed PHONE 289 ANARCHIST GETS FIVE DAYS New Sept. Ber- taman, the anarchist will spend the next five days in jail. He was con- victed in the night court at an early Aberdeen and North of Scotland Ag- ricultural college (since secre- tary of the departmental committee apointed by of agricul- ture to investigate diseases of sheep; was farm manager at Carievale, Sask. Canada, during 1393 and 1894, and was farming, at Balcurvie in Fifeshire, Scotland, during 1895, 1896 and 1S97. number of parish councils and school boards. Dr. T. Carlew Martin, L.L.D. al- umnus of Edinburgh university and medalist in economics, justice of the peace for Dundee. Is editor of the Dundee Advertiser, has travelled in the United States and Canada in 1903, on a mission of enquiry into the leading branches cf commerce associ- ated with land a member of the Scot- tish Agricultural commission, to Denmark (1904) and to Ireland. and along with Mr. Hodge, edited the reports "Farming in and "'The Revival of Agriculture in Ireland." Edward E. Morrison, Direc- tor of the Scottish__chamber of agri culture, Fifeshire agriculture corres- pondent to the board of agriculture and fisheries tenant of. the farms ol and Ba) mouth, Fifeshire A. M. Prain, J. P., member of the Perthshire county council of the county road board, valuation commit- tee, and local authority; has farmed on a large scale in the Carse of rie, and has also managed a large sheep farm in western Perthshire; and has specialized in poultry keep- ing. Over prizes besides chal- lenge trophies, have been won by hii birds at leading ah owa. Sir John R. G. Sinclair. Bart, D.8. all the members. "Wherever they find gim to realize to his heart's conten differences of practice from those in vogue in Scotland or." elsewhere they inquire most carefully into the rea- sons for them before passing any opinion, and the universal assump- tion is that when there is a local peculiarity of practice the local men probably know their own business hetter than strangers. Chairman Absent David Wilkie, who was selected as chairman of the commission, is the only member of the party unable to come to Canada. Shortly before the date of departure, a group of mills .of which ho is owner and which pro- vide the sole support of the village of Craigo, was burnt to the ground and Mr. Wilkie considered it ia bounden duty to remain at home ano a passenger on board, consented to read the funeral service. The jar was tied up in a cariva.i and solemnly consigned to the deep. 10 nave tno rnnaxiiH ui ternoon and left the city this morn ing., prof. T.undvist is a young man who came from Sweden about eigh teen months ago in the educational j and religious interests of his country- men. Last winter he had a clns4 sixteen Scandinavians in the flautist College at Brandon, and ae expects to have a much larger class this ,vlnter. Tic was delighted with the reception ho received hero and very grateful for the largo offering on behalf of his work in 'Brandon. The South Alberta Lumber'Co.' have opened their yard just south of the Ellison Mills, with a Inrge and assorted stock of lumber. The com- pany arc aiming to carry such stock that a customer has a wide rang" of material to choose from whether it be for rough outside work or the fin- est material for the best dwellings. The company solicit.-: the pa.ircr.jige of the public, feeling confident that the quantity of their stock and tho prices will leave satisfied customers. SATISFACTION That's what every job we do gives. We guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand our Business. We have a large stock of Wall Paper at our and see it. See QS for Painting, Paper Hanging, House Becoming, Kalscmining, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. I Corner Cutbill and Courtiand Lethbridge I I 4 For Your Baby's Write for Every should be fwniKar with ike contained in our new The Cart and FetJing of h M the work of the leading specialists oa Diseases of Babies, chronicles ihc FKC Copy of yews of study and experience. If you have a new if you cannot nurse for a tree copy of tnis valuable book. The Rlbeta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Eailrcad art West of Westminster 81 FROM C EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each of this Book We will alio cwt to Wgc sample of NESTLES FOOD, tKe nik. It U fof the youpfeat THE LEENHNO MILES CO. LIMITED, ST. BOOLiVARD, One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum lifeti Wtw] Irrtfttw Ct (M Ata. ;