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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE d Article SOLD EVERYWHERE Ready for ute in any quantity. Useful for five kundrcd purposes.' A can equals 20 Its SAL SODA. only the Best. For Making Soap. For Softening Water For Removing Paint For Disinfecting Sinks, Closets. 'Drains, etc. up I You tool Before you get in for tHc cby; drink a of e "Dry o Crops." Prof. W. M Jar- 'oS asrfcdtural college "Selecting Dry Montana: Dr. J. ton Momaha college, Bozeman, "The Ffcee Agricultural College in the in. the COLIC, wgJERA MORBUS. j- Scientific T'llaee and chairman of the committee on public -w Legislation Affecting tho Dry Mr; Louis W. Kill, lomas Cooper, tlle Simta T Looseness of the oj, ocien in the South." Mr. Mark cerealist in charge of giaTn gatlons..; burea-i ,of plant try, "Increasing- the -of. K. L. Bollev of department; of biology, Fargo' the o oog Conservation of the Purity of .Spokane; Wash., Sept. nors- of five north western and possibly several from other parts of thp three members of the Congress, represents- SSM ssr D. Tin- 'are for delegates desiring 'specific en information "on dry farming problems -As. son culture and seed t m- expert of the Santa transportation with companies will join (vote of the deJegales "anil experimental and prac' each and experts from numerous to th- rmrln ?TV I, I v side, Dry Farmin X. a of the New g'e: Mr. Pred Mont, Mr. G. agent office- of farm manage' m ment, bureau of plant industn- Walla Wash., "Dry Farming the uimg in tag Columbia Mr. John S Cole assistant'in-dry land agriculture -bu-- eau of plant industry, Denver Col' "Lessons from the Dry Farming In' vestigatioas of the Department of Ag- riculture, Mr. Ed ward L Wells section director of the weather bur- Ida., "Climate and Its Ra- Effectually duetf by the ortkatfOId and Sterling Beinedy -tion farms, mg for -North- -Dakota. O John A. dean- of, merce Mate -.Agncmtcral college, Corvallis 2TS StA'-Sa jsprs s W each address the congress win n with the "S vioruerweil, minister of ifnox. ..t.. LU jveuuce tne wa ter Requirements of Plants." Prof Norman E. Hobert Stewart, chemist, Logan W. Hiti-ogen and Hurrtus Problem in" Drv tails; South Farming." Washington: Dr irfc C. Rich, LithiaiA- Bryan, president. State College I Agriculture, Pullman of Agricultural "ASSO-Iase of Education in 'Mastering- ciations i Farming Problems." Prof R w D. Wheeler, .Wak- Catcher, director of Pull GStGrn ji fir or fn It has a reputatto'n of 65 years' standing and nevcriails to ,elther relieve or cure Do not be imposed any unscnmnWo A i Proved It Again and Again house and would not care to be without it. I have proved a Saskatchewan Can Hon better" 'dlrectb -ereral Quests can Union _, the Westera South 'as. out- u- -by aiding the chairman in the matter. of rules and discipline." dore B mist, -Pullman, would like to see reciprocity- ir- ouiiui "vuiu luvy to see reciprocity- ir- association. Tex-. coal between this and El Paso, presi-i United States." agricultural re- formally convene the' ono-rpcc the Washington State Armorv i -he evening-of: October -fble 'dele- gates and visitors being welcomed bv State' a :There and i The Spokane Board of Conoi haa Prepared a programme for the -ente? tamment of officials of the presentative of Imperial Russian j.-_ 1-. _ smokers, and ior the a the United States: Kamnanns, imperial repre" of sec- Dakota- rv1 vvasmng- on October 4.to 6. The meetings paper writers. arse 1S The committee -in of tea representa- Mr. tlJoi of Hon. J. R. Caruentsr Cneyenne. president of the associotion." Uta-hT i j :wis A. IV-iprriii .Coli- btate Lewis A. Merrill. -president the association. "The German department, association. -The Lesson tte States "10." New York: Hon. w. M. Gills, X- V. icrxi tires .roin each newspaper in-Spok- __ Some of the Speakers. Tnis list of speakers, most of whom in-attendance-and participate C.UU. participate He deliberations of the congress, in ID. Barcourt, deputy Alberta, Can.: .-Salt Dry Lessoa Lake! 'experiment .r XXUJ4.. VV iVJt Skaneateles, secretary the Kew York1 state grange. "Scientific Tillage' is. it wholly or .partly, -as some be- heve, chargeable to the prevalent mg with medicine? From -whatever cause an investigation should be 'had and the cause removed.' Ex-President Roosevelt. ii 1 eminent American j "That the destroyer of thistles is a benefactor, I soweth grain -or not'? AUlCilt at Alberta, Can Representatives of the Federal Gov-" ernmcnt of the United States. Hon. Fredencb H. Newell, -director service, -Washing OT, rt-- ng- ton, D. C., "Dry Fanning and Irri4- uon in Dr. Willis "L NEEDS, editor of The.Herald: h west side of river j.jna.ge j -oeen nsard from some Agricultural of Am erica "ion 'riTer contamination But ll Li. C. Grow, Pal- the-east side is much more ouse state president the Farmers' interested, as its population Educational and" Cooperative union, still no protest has; S> Dry _ Place in Agricul- i Beared against the. water contamina- o'e" sewage side of the! State Agricultural (river- Jt is possible the high deat 'Colleges of the city- the flstrlVlo SOmfi rlat-c v. ui i-ujcc uj lOUr -SricnltuM, nearly all children or youn 'Moscow, wwrese 01 agricalture, an. cliildren' or youn- '-peoDle Livestock ..Breeding andp chargeable to the impure water, or to be a civilized -peopled and civ- ilized people-ought -to'Tcaow how to dispose of sewage ixi-some other way than by putting it Jnto the drinking water. We need action by both the aad the nation to 'put a "-.com- plete-stop to the pollution, of the by the-state-so far as our own boundary is- and action 'by the other states -besides our own are .interest- ed. What has -become of -the weed in- spector said fo nave -appointed some- time since? No such official has been seen or heard of near Vic- toria Park, east-or south. There is need ofsuch al directly south' of Victoria the direction of a for half a iniie south of Let him'realize the .dignitv his office, by remembering that an _jid bridges on. L11C -magratn road. Grace, .street- and- '.Anderson street, where for months past "the bridges have, been down, compelling-' our solitary milk -supply-teams to.'croV the ditches, at the great risk" of- life and limb, and causing the-s- of- wagons and bottles, etc delaying the milk- delivery the' route. work of a man with- .a few [said to -be all-that is the Leonard Boone, a native of foundland, was killed sVdriev. Cape.Brel'dn, x'un-' over -bV an ingot car at the steel-works. The Port.Arthur aud Fort William street railway had "last: v-ear earnings of ex- penses and ings of S56.-290.8S. Four person's were, killed and six injured, on the roacl during-the year. das 100 LADIES'AND GE3TTS' EAI2f COATS price Sale price 50 LADIES' GE3STTS' L'snal price S12.00. Tl.iss'ale XLY TfEXTS- EXTEA HE4VT O UOATS-Usual Th.Wle 6 TI> old store on Crabb stock will surprise 'you. ,-pj Usual ims sitle f 94 SHIHTS-H B K .Thissnlo_____.... BOOTS AXI3 Vanous-pru-es. 'A 1-1 chopped 60 S3IYRNA REVERSIBLE RFGS-CWoc patterns, 30 x 60. Usual S5. This sale <8-? 75 LADIES' WIXTEE GOATS-Usual SH.Oo" This sale LADIES' AXD GENTS' P. r HARVARD TAILO ;