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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 17, 1 THE DAILY HERALD PageS IS We Close Our Sale Saturday night, sure. All prices slashed, cut and ripped into ONLY THREE MORE DAYS for those who have not shared in the greatest bargains ever offered in Lethbndge HALF PRICE Razor Strops Regular now.......... Regular now Kegular 50c; now RAZORS CLEANING AT COST Brooms 60 C 7oc Brooms; GO.c Brooms now 50c Brooms now B'M Broom's; now Phono your order and we will send .1 Broom 0: 0. D. Varnishes Berry Bros..Varnish; you know the make: 1-2 gal. tins, S'li75; ivmv, LIGHT .'HARD OIL Same, as .varnish, for interior .finish: 1 gal. tins; now Shellac or quarts, half gallon and g'allpn tins, clearing at COST.... Tools Cai'pt'iitev's Tools going for less than Faclurv Prices. Pocket Knives WHILE THEY LAST Make vour Own Price s Paints Paints Henderson arid Potts' Paints Half Price A Thousand Gallons of Paint Sold Last Week. Buy Your Supply Here at per gallon Linseed Oil Boiled OL' Raw, going at QQc per gal. Kootenay Range -Made by the ing Company. .You all know this make. Come in ami us au offer. Guns Winchester Pump Guns. Stevens 1'uiiip. Guns Remind on Pump Guns Double Barrel Guns To Clear by Saturday at Factory Prices Half Price Balance of our ENAJIELWARE ami' TINWARE Don't put now Cutlery Uemnnnts of our stock, clearing.for whatever it will bring.. Ammunition Nitro Club, Winchester and Sover- eign sizes of shot. Supply is limited. Buy now. WE QUIT SATURDAY NIGHT--DQNT WAIT TILL MONDAY Phone Orders and Mail Orders Promptly Attended To STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. Fifth Street South Phone 456 HARVESTERS ARE Farmers Flock to Town Look-! i ing for Damage is Revealed Magrath. Sept. is still a 1 nned 'or harvest and threshing hands In the Mag-rath dlsirlct, not- withstanding the large inrush of la- j borers at the opening of the harvest j seatop. The Indians from the Re- i serve are teing employed to relieve the situation. George A. Hacking hav- ing a whole sang of the red men on his machine. They do good work he is very well pleased with them. Last cvenicr a number ol farmers In lon'Q looking for help, but they were unsuccessful In their search. Exceptionally good vages i are offered as an Inducement, the magnificent Bpell of line weather act- I ng as stimulus to the farmers la rushing threshing. Olfi-tlmers In the district say they nevtr witnessed a belter fell for threshing- Cutting is practically all done, and now alt efforts are being made towards a record threshing run. If the weather continues favorable for two more weeks, the crop of the Ma- grain district will be Eately guarded'. at least by far the major portion oj It will be. It has been discovered that the hall ;did damage than was at first an- tlcl pated. S ou ih of to ivn s everal farmers were disappointed In their yields. The stanilng crop looked ex- ceHent .but It failed tc thresh out aa It should Lava done. This can be traced directly to the ball. On the whole, however, tha 1913 crop is a big ono we've been jlooklr.p for for a number of years. True, scrac fanners suffered the wrath of th-3 elements, and lost all or a por- tion o: their crop, yet these were ex- ceptional cases, and the great major- ity of farmers here will reap splen- did harvests. It Is a litlle early In the season to speculate on the total yield for the j district, tut your correspondent, In conjunction with a number of well-In- i formed grain men of the district, arc (working along these lines, and they hope to he able to malce an authorita- tive ar.d reliable statement just as soon as it is deemed advslable and In the meantime the He'raM i refrains from miking any estimate !-whatsoever, believing It to be the bet- i ter method to await threshing returns 'from all district "This is the only trustworthy basis to form calculation. Suffice it to say, the Top Is one to be rro'jd of. ulatei tha digestion ind sends yon to yam office feeling E ff Salt is mildly laxative aplcndld dally tonic iur brain BY REV. j. s. WOODWORTH AT CONFER.' ENCE ON CfctARfTfES AND CORRECTIONS Wiimfpeg, Sept. to orffanlzfl Canadian league of soc- ial welfare was discussed Hi is morn- Ing at tho Canadian conference of charities and btlng htW here. ,T. S, oullfneil tfiie proposal ho saltj, would co- ordinate social work being done many throughout Ihe Domin- fon, and xvouid enawc organizations In tho maritime provinces, Ontario, and the weatcra provinces and Urlllah C Inmbie lo co-operale. M. Biiferintemlent of the intiuBlria! commiBfrlon of Wlacoti- tin etnto, guvo a paper on "Public offices in theory and In (no fUaeuj-Elon, Clly Controller .1. (J.. McCarthy "of Toronto, ncKocaietl lha of training farma tor immigrants, where they could be trained for forty days In Canadian methods of farming, lie thought they would come, llho the work, anrf slay on the farm, Mr. Lelserson told o' women's work In connection his commission and said thfil women would not go Into domestic and tliey could not make them. Richard Gregg, commfasJoneT of commerce, who been In the Or- ient studying trade conditions in China and Japan, Is returning by the Ti-ans-SIberia road, ami win investi- gate the trade agencies in Europe. FEKNIE Fcrnic, li. C., Sept. on Monday (he 15lh at Hie Holy Family church by the Kcv. I'Mhjr John Ttiompscn Mfll-rr, c( the 0. I1. to Miss Hazel JIary nirtz, of Klko. The lion. li. Itoss, minister cf Lands, spent Sanday and Monday, in Vernic. I-'rcd Vance returned Irom a suc- cesslul h'inliiig Irip at Hull brining Jiomc a several enug- ars, anil a targe numiier ol grouse. Joseph Dingon, a niir.cr employed by the Crows Xesl Pass Coal Co., was severely injured on Monday ly a .runway ear. (i'Ejlaiing a prop, pin- 'ning the unfortunate man Beneath, causing internal injury. Mrs. Krler has optncJ a restaurant in the Vance Worts, wliicti, i[ eon- dueled in first class will rrove a boon to many as outside ol the hotels Indies have no place to refresh i themselves. 1 man named James Harr was' four.d wandering in the woods at CoVato in a dcmcnled condition ar.d, j taken in cVarjrc hy the jiolico. The jioat hflonijing to the Orphcum theatre broke away Sunday last and frightening a horse caused a ious runaway; the.driver losing eon trol from the 'ouggy anr badly shaken up. COAI, OP THK HJTUKE ONEFOUK NEWS Or.tlour, Sept. is rear 1y. fmlblied in this dislricl, and th result is very salislactory. Wliercvc good has been none, wheal oats and barley have responded hand siKiicly. and gouJ yields arc rcportc Some late remain to oc cut bat the main trot) Is sal from' any early (rest in the stook an stack. Trygoc lljordal, o! fie Hlackla rancli, rsprjscnf'd Ontfout at. (he Wild Horsj ilrnce last Saturday and trports a good time. 'etc llrowsr, cf Ka.ge Crre'i, visit- tt vi Susibiy ,w! says Ihc liroafr coal mine will be for (all busi- ness Corporal Jarman, ol the Ilotse K. S. M. I'., recently 0 prairie dog, th3 first Marquis Wheat Scored Between 40 and 50 valors Filling up Claresholm, Sept, Smed- stad threihtd 40 acres ot Marquis wheat last Friday, giving him 1820; bushels, machine measure, OT 4oV bushels per acre. K. J. Smith, south of town; threshed 70 atres ot summer the wheat returning him 3470. bushels or anout bushels r.cr acre. C. (r. Guiideiscjifs Marquis wheat went 36 bushels pec aire. Stanley Wyatt delivered 5DOQ bush- els No- 1 Northern last and sold per bushel., 'the was the Souoia .variety. -V. Marquis whedt on the government farm is reported as going bush- s per acre. The four elevators at Claresholm re taking in ior the past ten bout bushels ol ay. Wm. Moffatt, M.P.P., leJt Suflday, lornlng for Edmonton. The Farmers' Kit-valor is coming long nicely and should be ready for usincss iu three, weeks. s-. Winnipeg. Canadian Manufacturers' association opened :belr annual convention In Halifax to- day and the Grain Growers' Guide his sent the following night lettergram to R. S. Gourloy, president, asklne to have It considered: After one year's consideration. Is the Canadian Manufacturers' associa- tion now willing to join bands with, tho western grain growers in urging the governnnnt to reduce the tariff upon BrlitEui Imports to that charged upon foreign Imports, to be followed by free trade with Greal Britain In four years! By such an action tbe manufaclurers of Canada will show that their patriotism la deep and abiding. Nothing would do more lo strengthen the ties between Can ada and Great Britain. Pleaeo' bring this message hafore your association and wire If your members are prepar ed to Join the grain growers In this great patriotic echcme. The Grain Growers' Guide.' Last when the Canadian Mann faclurcrs' association held its annua convention In Ottawa, the Grain Grow crs' Guide, on behalf o! the grain growers of the west, wired the presl dent aEfcing the same question, bu Hie manufacturers implied that wire was received loo late to conatde such an Important move, Nome, Alaska, Sept I felt here for tie taiety of Iho pout schooner Wasp whlcli Ult here el seta in this district. (or lhc Kmkokwin tfy. Duck hunting nn'the Wild llorsei district and has not been reported lakes is eood. {The vessel was chartered tocarry.su N'ow that dry season is on 1 In the Kusliotwl cloads ol smoke by day pillsrs! distilct and on board had Dr. Kee of fire nt night-nf distant rofals 01 lhc hureau.of edncatlon.. The Was the horiscn. warn. KS to was scheduled to make the trip In'! about.fiic.1. Your Boy's Main Business Is To EAT It's his business to eat to his little arms and legs will catch up with big ctomBch. TTOliEE TOASTsEft That's why this food it _ For his brealtfait pit him ft great big, heapin' of "FORCE." Jl'g alt food, the best there is to build muscle, bone and nerve. Vour boy will IIV, "PORCl." Ttyltfor 1 wttfc THK H-Q WMTA1IT ;