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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHSRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1909 THRU. THE FINEST TEA THE WORLD PRODUCES I! SALADA" KRAVONIA Sold only in sealed lead packets 'At all grocers 40c, 50c and 60c per pound Preach the Gospel Of Dry Farming plication of intelligent methods of tillage. As a recent editorial writer in the Twentieth Century Farmer has ex- pressed it, "The Display of dry land products made at this Congress from Billings, Sept. the few j a dozen different states west of the moatha since "the Dry Farming Con-1 Missouri river was so convincing in greea held its third session at Chey- quality, sc assuring in every detail enne and expanded from an organic-j of representation and reliability that atio'ri local to the West into one of! the preaching of the gospel r-f international, ecope, so much of ag- ricultural development has been ac- complished and so broad has become the influence-of this congress that for- land fanning, instead of being dry an embarassing task, a duty to perform, was a pleasure. It came like the evangelizing of the world where great mer .skeptics are row. somewhat re.- i multitudes turned to' the truth." luctantly, -perhaps, tiie meeting which admitting thatj From the moment the Cheyenne will be held closed, activity began for Billings, next October 26-28, will be making the International Dry Farm- the inost important ever held ia the i ing Exposition a permanent feature West in its bearing upon the future-) Of the Congress, enthusiastic figure of Sophy dim in Daily Herald's Patterns 3020 CHILD'S DRESS, CLOSING WITH BUTTONS ON THE SHOULDER Paris Pattern No. 3020 All Seams Allowed, This stylish little model is unusual- ly attractive and, what is more to the "point, is easily and quickly made. It is cut vrith front and back exactly alike, and fastens conveniently 'on the shoulder. Cashmere, challis, gingham and pique are all suitable in .four; to 9 years. For a child of five years the dress will re- quire 2 7-8 yards of material 24 in- ches wide, 2.1-2 yards 27 inches 1 7-S yards 36 inches wide and 1 3-4 yardax42 inches wide. Price of .Pattern, 10 cents. SHOE POLISH is a Leather Food. It's made of pure solutely free of acids and turpentine. 2 in i" softens the leather from shoes last longer. 2 in I" won't stain the clothes or catch the dust Itisquick- No sub- est and most last- fi U eVea half ing. An Ideal Home Shine. "Tliis is my first war. Lord Dunstan- he laughed. "As it is I'm break- 'uig all the laws in the world, I sup- pose. Perhaps they'll never hear of It in England, though." (To Be Continued Peculiarly Ausoicious Year ally as durinj that when a preparation and growth of crops. forjthat anybody could raise crops when especial purpose -of exhibiting the tiie Lord provided moisture as lib si- res-alt at the Dry Farming Congress. It has been asserted by many.who have doubted the effectiveness' of dry farm-ing methods, or have misun- derstood the meaning of what is call- ed, for of a better term, Dry Farming, that this has been a Ladies are Invited to Study the Styles in :-Autumn Millinery-: Now on display at our Millinery Parlors This year we-have an exceptionally large assortment of Hats of OUR OWN DESIGN Our display of Trimmed and Tailored Hats Is Larger than Ever L. and J. McLeay Redpath Street the current season, but dry spell wulcl come there would be upon, failure to report, where this year there has been nothing but success. The an- swer to this argument, will be found in tile International Dry Farming Es- ].position. The fact that some of the of the been blessed r with more than .the average rainfall at peculiarly .opportune times can not be denied. At the time tlixjre are other sections- that have been pculiarly unfortunate, in that rainfall has been denied them when niost needed. But everybody has suc- 4 Twenty Bridge Carpenters and Helpers; Apply to T. M, EVANS, The fcta ant) Im'gatioo Co, LETHBRIDGE. ceeded an these less fortunate districts but, the reports received at the head- quarters of the congress from its field Monday until Friday, inclusive, of thy Congress week. BODY .OF DEAD BEAVER FOUND AT GRAND FORKS (Special to tha Herald.) Grassy Sept. when walking along tihe river below the Grand Forks, Joseph Buchan found a beaver lying dead at the edge of the river. It was somewhat bloat- ed and looked as if it- had dead for short time. Its body was as big as that of a spaniel, and its flat tail lay still in the water while a lit- tle blood came out of its nose as he turned it over. Some of the settlers here have fre- quently seen beavers in the water along the wooded island where the freshly gnawed trees atid logs and slides down the bank show that the commissioner and from farmers and j beavers are busy. .The beginning of others who have taken enough inter- 1 a dam can be seen in the wai-vr. One est in their surroundings to xc-jr'aJr Olie settler was that close to a ports, demonstrate that those men i beaver that he could almost have who have followed ihe raetJiods of cull touched it with his fish pole. It tivation advocated by dry farmers around for fully fifteen have raised crops in the face of all Constable Coleridge warned the set- difficulties. In the last few weeks-', tiers in the neighborhood some time investigation in parts of Ivew Mexi- ago of the danger of killing a beaver O'Neill escaped "with nothing more serious than singed whiskers. _, WIND UP AMUSEMENT PARK Hant'lton, Ont., Sept. peti- tion has been to wind up the affairs of the Maple Leaf Amusement _ Company, owners of Maple Leaf Park The company's liabilities are "said to be with, assets of Trinity (College School Port Hope, OaL Sector Hemlthy tion. Fircpraf nitre large 2997 3019. INDIES' XTAE-GOKED SKIRT. PARIS PATTERN NO. 3019 AU Seams Allowed. One of the smartest of the new skirts is shown in this nine-gored model, with platted sections sut the lower part of the side-front and side- back gores. The alternating gores form box-plaits, tnus giving the sired long lines, that lend height to the- figure and -will especially becoming to the short -woman. The pattern.-is in 6 to 32 inches waist measure. For 26-inch waist tho will require yards of ma terial 20 inches wide, 82 yards 24 inches wide, yards 36--inches wide, 5J- yards 42 inches -wide or yards 54: inches wide. Width, ci in medium size, about -atf yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents, v co. and Western Texas has develop- ed that "these sections suffered this year from lack of rain fall, -yet there will be exhibits of dry fanned pro- ducts from this district displayed at which enjoys the protection of the law for some years. ..There is a heavy fine- for killing a beaver. It is very likely that, this dead died a natural death. A con- table of the R. N. W P tried The Lethbridge Exhibit to find dead beaver today to in- In the competition for premiums vestigate the cause of death, but it that have been -offered open to found and had probably world, the farmers of the western I down stream States and Territories will pit their! products against those of several for-! SEND HIM BACK TO CANADA eign countries. The vice-presidents j New York, N. and corresponding secretaries of the.! Livingstone McKay, 'so-called Spirit- Congress in the northwestern prov- i ual son of Ann Odelra des Debar, ince of Canada and in Mexico and in referred to as "David, other countries, have assured Seere-jthe who was or- tary John T. Burns that their yesterday by peetive countries will be represented {Board of Special Inquiry on Ellis with exhibits. The Board of Trade of j Island, was taken into custody Lethbridge, Alberta, is preparing to j week as a convicted felon and charg- send A car load of exhibits and a spe-i ed with having withheld that fact cial excursion train to bring the dele-J from the immigration, authorities ;ates from that section. George he entered the United States. It turns out that he served four months in a Canadian Jail for selling objectionable literature before he met Paris Pattern No. 2997 All Seams Allowed. Jhis stylish model is an excel- lent one for general wear. The up- per section is fitted over the hips by shallow darts, the back closing under an inverted box-plait" and a box plaited effect is also given to _the front by stitched tucks. The lower edge of the upper section is finished by a single TOW of stitch- ing, the plaited -fUrnace being joined under the stitching. Serge, Panama, Venetian olo'th, fancy worsted or broadcloth are all suit-able materials, fox its jpattejrn is in three 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 -years, the skirt requires 6, yards of material 20 .inches wide, 5 1-8 yards 24 inches wide, 3 1-2 yards 36- inches -wide; 3 yards 42 in- ches- wide, or 2 3-8 yards 54 inches wide. Price of Pattern 10 cents. SINGED HIS WHISKERS Hamilton. Ont., Sept. The home of Felix O'Neill, at the cor- ner of Hunter and John "was blown up by natural gas this morn- ing. The had been escaping into the dining xoom from a. flexible tube a.3, night 'and this morning1, when O'Neill lit a match to light the gas there was a terrible explosion. ing etc.' v Boys prepared for the Royal Military College, and BaaineM. Special attention to younger bojrcV Next term begun Tuesday, Sept. 14. For 9ft. MWALA UG8T, wtr. AN ENVIABLE RECORD, The.G-arbutt Business Col- lege, 'Stafford has only been established in, this' city a litfle over b.alf a year and already has won 1 confidence ot the -business community, to such an. extent. that it is 'enabled to _guar- antee positions to its grad- uates. For information, or "free prospectus phone write Geo..J. Schmidt, Pnnv C1PGARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 263 'P. O. Box 1291- The University ol Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. Classes open" Sep- tember 28th. Courses offered leading to the F., A. and B. Sc. degrees. Teaching -will be given in 1909 iiu 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and Isl- and 2nd years in Applied Science, Calendars on For particulars write' the President of the ITniversity. court, deputy minister ot agriculture of .Alberta, and vice-president-of the Congress, and Thomas H. Woolford, member of the advisory committee of his alleged spiritual "Mother. He the exhibit committee, have brought the work of the Congress to the at- tention of the farmers throughout the entire province of Alberta with the result that an extensive exhibit rep- resenting the entire province will be brought to Billings. Senor .Don Bo- mule Escobar, president of culturar college u. 'Mexico and vice- president of the congress for that country, has been actively arousing interest in, the dry of 'Kexico and will 'have an' exhi- will be deported by railway to Canada within the next few days. GREAT FALLS ATTORNEY DEAD Great Sept. E. Brady, a pioneer of Great Falls, one of the most prominent attorneys in the state and one of kwyers in Cascade county, died at Columbus hospital after a brief siege of illness. Internal erysipelas was the immediate of death. Mr. Brady contract- this ailment at a time when his 3039. LADIES' YOKE SHIRTWAIST PARIS PATTERN NO. 3039 All Seams Allowed. Anything new in shirtwaists is al- ways eagerly welcomed by the home dressmaker. This smart model lias the front fullness laid back in back- ward turning tucks stitched part of the way down; in the back the stitchrns extends to. the waist line. A pretty feature of the mode is the box plait -that extends; over the yoke in front and'back. The sleeves are in the regulation, shirtwaist style. The pattern is in 6 to 42 bust measure. For' 36-inch bust the waist will require yards of ma- terial 20 inches wide, 3J yards 24 inches wide, 35 yards 27 inches wide. .yards 36 inches wide, 2J 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. bit at the showing the I health was impaired fronv Bright's result in his -country. disease, _ from which he has suffered The exposition will be open from for a number of-years. Rev. Father Jan., the well known 'Catholic priest has been removed from Calgary to Strath con a. He is succeeded by Rev. Father Lewis of Plattsburg, N. Y. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE J A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited 5; Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET OM Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch Do you get your work done at- The Steam Laundry? If not, why not They do the best work They do it in the shortest time They call for and deliver goods They do not destroy goods They have a big pay-roll and are heavy tax- payers, and ought to claim your patronage C. S. FARJfcOW, Manager Phone 145 P. 0. Box 477 ;