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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Five Times Across Continental Divide By Motor; Lethbridge Man Gives Some 'J. A, Harris Tells of Trip Through and Irrigation Advancement Alberta by Companion Much to Offer r-Where We ShoiJd Bend Our Cor Development Jess. Harris of The O. 'Si a pccctute, and report a da- aiia Company -..has Just .returned lightful .tripi with prigM froni a busmess trip made by motor irom Lethbridge down -by of Walertbn and Glacier uatlooal parks through various, valleys In the mountainous districts of Teton, Lewis. Cascade, Clark, Powell, Granite.'MU- soula, RavalH, Beer Lodge; Mineral. Sanders, and, Lincoln coun- ties. Monlaoi. -The family acco-osan- Isd him. iccideotjfr ther except tor two on the return trip when there .appeared to be gen- eral practically from Mleioata Moataaa, through, the FUthead Val ley Into British Colombia south- 01 Fernle and on tbrowh the Crovs New points of talenet'vfi I ted. as reported by 'Mr. Harris vtn Park and the Glacier 1 tfc'enee thrown --thi IJlackfqot "soutl throuKbV foothill "iinto. thrqogli'. the' MJaoila am Bltt'4c; Hofft north thrbagl whitS ftltentien and nmc you dwbtt- i SEAL BRAND Allow ft heaping to each cup, Pour WUBIJ wittr on tht cofhfc. When Bltend, MTVC. It wE be you ever tasted. '_ tfct fine-ground grade cf Seal Brand, I and 2-lb. x At all good u few on requot. fm ic. CHASE SAN3ORN -MONTREAL 1 JiElSTORE ATCfflN opened a general store in the P. iund nuiWing at.Chln and r have brought .my. stock', of general from fros- by This witli a new siock en ables me 10 offer faonerc a selection of Hardware. les and Work Clothes I am.out [o give the public satisfaction A.TS. SPRINKLE Have You PURNITURE For Disposal IncreaM jn rates makes It.yery'qtfeptfon-. a.ble to Whether pay you to ship your furniture if .you. are leaving town. J blij demand for good used furniture at the 'present .time and ob- tained at auction eminently saticfaetory. BEFORE VdtJ DECIDE what to do, appreciate the .favor pf .a call, anil 1 advii: you to the best of .my ability. have saved people, hun- dreds of (and r have, the letters to prove it) by them straight forward advice on how to get the mott for their goods. DONT SELL' ALL YOU CAN PRIVATELY and Eend ttw what you are 'iruWe to .dispose not ttw class of buslnesi I SEE ME FIRST and when you have heard my tEon, your own judgment- It tfoes not nutter If have only a tmall quantity; -will receive the came courteous treatment though you had a carload. Mr at your FrankWaddiiigton AUCTIONEER Phone, Office 469 other where escape of the eccn- approaches the miraculous was about ten mtnules before we up on the Priest Road crossing the Continental Divlfe west ot Helena, a big Buict occupied, by an elderly couple in ha front seat and the back filled with camping wjulpaent had gotten away them on the down grade and tcrned over several times and landed upside down a -wreck about half on lie road and half off. The. occupants lad been thrown apparently.'at the Brst tarn-over, and escaped5with' severe shaking up, hailed a'1, passing ear to-take them into" put up at a hotel apifarently little worse for the experience asjde'froid the wrecking of their car, Crops Here Generally Best ID most portions where dry-farming Is followed the crops 'are not nearly as good as those in. tho territory south ASK (8 4 DAY SASKATOO'.'f, 464 serious shortage of men is be- ing felt !n this district and farmers are offering aj high as JS.OOaday. Wires' to she labor bureau Calgary the. reply that a man short- age ill produced ly for irrigatioti increases the value >f the land'-to more tbanicovier tbe'et- lense if it snpuld cost twice hat amount to gefthe. water onto the and In one of the valleys nailed an old settler paid per acrfe for a very stony undeveloped piece of land having water right for Irrigation paid 150 acre tq hive tho stone removed and'now a. beautiful liece of land In alfalfa Values It at to r acre, -and ihis vala ation IB al nearby lands have recently (banged land a They raise1 sofi wheat on the of the xjontinenial Divide! aid constdeV it pays them even s-ith lands at those prices If it pajs ;hem, why tbp Southern Alberta ands which produce as heavy yields of-hard etc ijith Irrigation, be vrithin the next few years bringing prices as high as J200 ler 'acre? "nt Lait Quaker Jam is iPure ..There It J full nttural flavor In Quaker Brand Jam. We follow the old-time re- cipe, even to cooking It In email batch's, kettles no larger the mother of a good ilzed fam- ily of boys would utt. Try thle good Jim. Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. ffEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. and for acre produce don't you come out'.on the prairie; and chew grass a few did, then make some monejvwhenlthfi_gffiEs checking per iod has slated they haearn In what Is now otte ot the best corn and stock producing portions of Iowa and where lands now bring t per acre, within my memory a a boy there they had experiences o poor years and droughts', praying to rain, hiring rainmakers, etc., to tr to save themselves from crop failures Kansas and Oklahoma aud olhe states had experiences. Southern AlbeVtaV Problems It Beem problems' Southern Try to learn a quickly manner'.o iiaudllng-'iM.cropping tbe laud-whic will where Irr gallon is n6t aVailiSle I believe'ther is a.JneaEBLOf handling it, whereby profitable crop can.'be produced eac lear Grow the crops irrigated Ian that arf >est for that kind o farming.- Increase the irrigated areas as much and as Quickly as possible It It can be best.by thorGpvernment guar' anteelng irrigation, bonds surely It is. to the Ijest; interest of nil concerned thstlhis be done Lastly but not t leastly' by any means let the Alberta government tbe Boards ot Trade and civic organi zallons banks, the lard men and all concerned including the fanners themselves, Advertise to tbe what we actually have in way of advanta; this In. manner population-hero Futurity Being Contest- de a( Belmont Paris, New York NEW YpHK; Sept. classic 'urnrity, one of the richest stakes oja he American furf, attracted IS two- at PelmonC Park furlong dash, has an ap- Droximate value'of' -an -added the' supe-r- horse, Man O'War, lart year's -winner, will make a try .for; the world's rec- ord for one and a half.'mile? In the Jockey Club Stakes' In which Zamlnt and Damask, with epiual .weights of IS, -were down as starters. Hair? .Payne Wbltney's colt' Prud- ery, coupled with Exodus" and Cro- nu, was the favorite' for the futurity.. Qrey Leg, owned by" Jlai Kirk owned by R. Wilson'and'Greontre'e stables Touch Me also had a.bls.follpwInE. J. K. L.- Ross has entered. Star Voter, with. HiUtir. NEW PAPER MONEY BERLIN, Sept. marks iu ne.w paper hioney was put-lnto circalatfon during the weiek- endlng-SepL 6, accord ing'to the Rclchsbank's weekly statement. The total now exceeds Financial writers designate the re- cord. a.s indicating Va highly unfavor- able AUGUST FIRE LOSSES TORONTO, fn Canada amounted to fl.S57.SOO in August against in the same month last year, according to the Monetary Times' estimate. The totals for the first eight months of 1920 and of U19 are J16.266.913 and respectively, indicating that thl: year's figure will be ahead of that of last year. EVANS AND OUIMET EVEN JROSLYN, N. Y., Sept. Evans and Frances Oulmet .were all even at the end of-the ninth hole in their match for; the.''United State? am'dteur golf championship this morn- ing.-.Both went out in 41. "CORNS" Lift Right Off Without Pain the d conservative -the the Deit few Community we -visited on the trip wts the Bitter Hoot Valley, running south from Mis soula Montanf in length about 100 in width '.from 3 to-12 miles. The e is the vallej proper the beautiful Bitter Root river through It then back from tho 'pn both sides are bench lands extending; for several :mlles right -to -the rdouutalh and. some. of even are being. farmed or are iu orchards The .-main range of the Rockies runs along the'east side valley, and the Bitter Eoot range along the west, both ranges being heavily timbered, with, innumerable beautiful creeks coming from. them into the Valley, The climate and surroundings are very similar to those of the Kootenay'Val- ley In British in fact they are more alike. than any other two places- we have seen. The principal difference IB, that while the Kootehay has only small areas of lands avail- able for settlement along the hig.laite which occupies moat of the -valley, the Bitter Root hts miles of land sides of the river, and the lakes are nearby in the mountains. Jlay and dairying, grain fanning and ;fniit are. ths principal industries of the Bltler Root Valley, and they have creameries and flour inUls, aad canning factories to supplement these. How To Attract Settlers tho trip has given me a suggestion of.ways and means by which Southern Alberta can benefit it would te this: Adrertlaa-in the grain and producing portions of the Undid States, r.omo of Southern Alberto's advantages; say, for Instance: i The high quality of its products; Tha enormous yields from dry farm- Ing in a good year, and the fact tba( some farmers get at least an expense crop year. Tho manner In which the Dominion and Alberta governments have stood behind tho farmers In the poor years; b'y coed Jinl provision free freight, etc. The wonderful school dye Urn and It9 rapid development into the most re- mote rural districts; and tlio churches and their helpfulness. The extensive coal mining, produc- ing gooil cheap fuel and work at good wages. The increasing frequency ot artii- Ian water supply. i The large extent ot Irrigation, crop Insurance, 1 i The foe) that regardless of ev.efy- Ihlng, Southern Alberla Is devclopihg rapidly and those who assist 'will benefit as it continues. Not Alone In Dryncss Speaking ot fff As ucarly With have in Leth bridge ono of parka, to.1 'be found anj where, fiUed with lovely grasst trees, shrubbery and flowers to :idakes the eye and heart glad. Also, throughput the city and in the surrounding irrigated country, we have gardens which produce ol highest quality aud. in abundance all the found through out the northwest, "beautiful groves and flowers, wheal oats, barley, flai ddify herds, etc Without Irrigation, throughout the wb-have occasional beautiful groyers; flowers and gardens; occasion al'good.stands of grass, fodder corn, etc.; occasib'p'al.bumper crops of wheat, oatSj .barley, flax ani! rye; and occasional'farniejs ;who gel all the big crops and who get at-least some crop every year. Bach year, numoroiis good wells are being -secured at depths in localities often wh'erd it was prbv iously, considered supply was niany of these are, artesian -wells which-1 In- addition (o furnishing abundant water supply also supply natural gas for domestic purposes, They "It Pays To If 'you can floHver the 'goods; 'and I ihr'a firm believer that Sunny Soulh- "ern Alberta can deliver the goods, Doesn't hurt a Drop a. Mill "Freefone" on an aching corn, Instant ly that corn stops hurting, then short ly you lift it right off wllh fingers Truly! Your druggist sells a liny bottle.a 'Freesone'' for a few cenUi, -sufficien to rcmovo every hard corn, soft com corn, thq ioea, and the ca without soreness or Irritation, RECOVERING OF ANOTHER. CALGARY, Sept. on a skeleton of the Ceralopslan or Horned Quadruped provisionally named Is'-hplng pro- ceeded with by W.-'E.' Cutler, at Stbvovllle, alia. One- side of the skeleton Is almost Intact, and part of the other.istde, .but, Mr. CiHler italcs that th6 laboratories of largo establishments .would havo.no difficulty in parts.by tfnte'3 to'.spojv reslora- tlph.C'-.Tho Dinosaiir. is.-a' flnbljf pro- specimen, and'-Mt. Cutlei1 obliged, to remove rock''amounting (6 100 cubic yards during'the winter, the-covering belnR over 12. feet In- thlcknass. Tho skeleton Is'ono. of tho Red Deer river fossils. LOOKING FOR ALUMINUM IN WESTERN CANADA 1 SASKATOON, Sapt, ing a Now York syndicate and maklns el rapid survey of Canada from Ontario west In search of heavy deposlls of aluminum, R..E, Barthol, a'mining engineer, passed through Saskatoon recently At- bfirlit and lirlttsh Colulobln to maka a'p'CnsrscHqn of Barlhol has lieen travailing in Ontario viewing -jfome ot the viljaer portions qt of hBatlng the mineral for-' fltjanll ty.: Idea of ic'ohipjny lsvto nilile aluminum in foXtlie manufacture of automobile COTS AND BURNS Heal Healthily When You Apply "ABSORBINE Ji? Infection won't creep in, won't proud flesh .cause compli- cations, ifryou bathe thi wound with This libme powerful in ils-destfuction to germs yet so sooth- ing ami lealing to the the bleeding and cases .the pain. "ABSORBINE can be put Into .an open wound with the'iseuranco that it mil both clc-inae and heal. It a equally good for treating .Boili, Carbuncles, Ulce-s, Felons and. Run-around. "ABSORBINE JR.'! arrests inflamma- tion, cleanses the-sore; destroys pus and starts rapid and healthy healing. a mart druggists or sent postpaid by W. F. YOUKC, INC., Lymaa Building, Montreal. 34 ORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN PIONEER IS DEAD Ci: ALBERT, Sept. UcCloy, aged 71, a plonser of Korth- m Saskatchewan, for several, terpxs of the municipality of Prince Albert and secretary- treasurer ot sfUoo! district Sv'o. 0 ciuce Its Inception 35 years ago, died at Us horns at Collestone last night. Ho ".cams, to- tals country from the north ol Ire- land before tha Kiel rebellion and was a lilghly successful farmer. M HI-tell -theWbrtd BaVs Own Soap Tie. fragranl ciumy'lafliec of' its absoluto purity have won a great popul.-irhy, J FREE IJ PREMIUMS SOAP Just like shopping iri a store where you have almost ah etiiilcsS selection of valuable atticles to choose fronv but for you do not pay one cent. ROYAL CROWN SOAP COUPONS give you free entrance to this store. Simply for our big., illustrated catalogue. It mil be sent free..; Silverware, Clocks, Aluminum-ware, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Eace Curtains, Brushes, Jewellery, Pictures, Picture Frames, Books, and hundreds of other- useful and valuable premiums all obtained free with lioyal-