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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta M'crtuestlay, September 17, 10J3 THE LETHBRIDGE DAirAr HERALD Page 9 What adds more to a good is more enjoyed than a cup of good coffee P What is simpler to make Why deprive yourself ..of this morning luxury when PSealBrand Coffee costs but one cent a cup CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. Conditions for Garden fro m: t. TLe whole plot to le cullita' c.l ivithiu-two years; from the dit uf tq'.ttic reftta to be. thu bcstr 'cultivatei tract end of (he thrtc.j-Ears G. All fences, buildings, etc., mus toe .removed iramcKiiatsly on espira lion .of leAses.- 3. be supplie at the disposal but all. iiriga lion workg-wiH-be at Ihc expense, o the city provides no gua nnlet as to quantity ard hoWs the right to'withiraw ttiej ss -ttify- may. thihk fit. t B-jnietiiing, ovcr': KOU'agc arc treated id .fhg'scWasc dis- plant ihsunng a' plenti- ful supply, of moisture for (he. pios- Jrcl hv.tenjn ts., .the lal- tci. 'afc-'fr'oni .tlic'_ pl'd Cou'ntrv arid ,understand gardening. There are pra'c- (irallj; 100 acres-m.the'teri Jnion Ranks are Restive and a General Tie-up May Rer suit Shortly London, Kng., Is threatened the most Eerlous ItiSo of union labor In Us htBtory. sc- ordEng to u n Ion; leaders here today. Tbe trouble beren with The lock-out c BpCC-fefL Chtna and Japan supplied, all the Tea consum- ed In Canada... The "Salada-" Tea Co. nt that time commenced the Intro- duction of British teas, with the rosuU thai last year, of the thirty- nine mlJHod pounds'of tea Imports, thlriy-lvro millions Citns from Ceylon end India, and nearly of All tho tecs sold In the Dominion was sold "In; Staled lead packets. The 'moral (a: If you have a good ,thing to which to serve the pribHc-1- advertlso" ft. "-t IT'S SIMI'LY FIERCI-: There Isn't a call on hundreds ot farms, and as lor cows a few have been the owners ol them have rustled up''aU: their straw they could get, dried grasses and everything thai in times past they would not worth bedding even, and they are wondering il with the aid'of cotton si-ed cakes they will- he .able to keep a few head through the winter! Hay is at a pro- hibitive price for tbcirl to buy a, ton when tte men with me" Ml there. And the live stock they sent to-Kansas-City so glutted the fcet that tlie bcpl trust People bought for 2 cents a pound. It was a pity, hut what could the farmers no grass, no water even in and everything getting dryer every and is- sltll drying- up. H- Alberta -could only have some of tb'at a- Godsend'to hundreds'of', your farmers and would put: .the, weed.issue to. But they tell ine a trou- ble1 ot "stock over the line, .and that'it has it 'does not pay to ship at any price, when the delays and costs of watts, and" the-endless red tape of'oi- ficial .customs Is.taken into consider- ation, and trdm-.what I observed down there at Coutts. and what I learned at. -Great there, is ground.-to believe'all of CKOPS.-AIlKvGOOD "tjje all'..the way cast.oE a of aii- t en id bile, iind "sonte' ol.-JHhc yields are'not average, js vcfy'good; '-'I of Xo." Nor- thern wheat- at Ta.bff La and, on of tL'A passed was- tfc .0 0. T. someVlS'. mihs- south of Grassy buVtKat .i when acres in :wficat that Is-S'Oy't; Sorth cm" th1 acre, ahd'fn some" pi ares.' J'a probably 35 anoliifr sectfon almost i oats anrf Jlax, and finest liogs 1 ever saw I arrived, and it made me.lecl Hko a boy to see the changes wrought. They have a good crop of flax there, they hnve "broken only a couple ol sections you can vi'alch iric put the entire five under the plow right away, aiid there will be Borne grain haulfd off Monniouth -ranch to next season lor sure. The open- ing up ot the. new Lethbridge-Wey- bucn line will be a big thing to that part of the country, aud with a sta- tion only 4J miles from our. ranch, and a down hill haul you can sec every one in that neighborhood get- ing busy next spring. The haul ol omc 17 miles to tfrassy Late is a aid one, and if takes too. much of 3e profit in teaming and Jab or lev doing it on a large scale, ut there are a lot ot others situat- d as I was and they will be develop- ng their property right away. MANY ARE COMING "Probably the best news. I can to the people ol Southern Al- erta is" that there arc a lot of far- mers coming up here this fall. I have net a hundred -who-are ting eady, and they'aie men with lots ol top. What 'Alberta wants is armers, and- they, want to-be, good aimers, and; all good farmers have money. I met tyro men on vho came, from the dried.'out they- were deligh'Ud. with country bet wean Coutts A. and. Last htgbt my longing steps bent, Back to a haunted ground, N'eath crumbling walls where once By mother-love ringed round. The heedlesB rears had dragged lo 9uakea roof met rotting lath. Only, of all things, slocd the The bearti-iiwie and the neirtb. We've still old home, mid Time may not remove; Your heart 'irhere- still the f inbera lie, Mine wHh lie ancient love. Hobterton Fulham. V.r. and Mrs. A. E. Humphries are over tiio arrival of a sort on Saturday Mr. D. G. Marshall of B.C., is a guejEl with Mr. B. JJ. Sloan. 6 Mrs. Johnson, who was a giicst with her daughter, Mrs. Eruest Jeckeon. has returned lo Ottawa. T- ilr. and Mrs- George of Macleod, niolored down Ihe first of tho week to -vlrit wilh Mrs. T. K. Nealc. Mr. Robin E-aerlock loll on Monday for Monlreal to talte Ills Tourih year la science at McGill. Mrs. J. E. Is entertaining 'hours' on Friday aftc-moon and even- ing in connection with Kuox Aid. b :Mr. -Jliics Martirdale, of Keloioia B. C.; formerly o! Ihe Bauk of Mon- Mr. n cctirtesy (o MUa Jacliton, ol Sea- Mrs. S. Y. H'jrst, assist- ed the tos'.ess ite hour. Miss Olive Hess, ot Embro, OnL, Miss Annie Hell, o! Tavistock, Ont, aad iHes Barbara Ross, ol Chicago, aro guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 'ampbell for the Sloan-Catnpbell .upUala, which will be celoLrateJ tiila venlng. t Senator and Mrs. Do Veber left 1st night for Rcglca. where the doc- tor attend the convention of the Canadian Health association. They vriil bo guests unlil Sunday with tho and Mrs. llrown. The Misses Annie and Margaret Haoraliin aro expected home at the] end of tbe week from Sydney, O.H., where they spent tbe past thrti? months. 'They left for home on the slilh and are visaing Montreal. To- ronto. Buffalo, -Niagara Falls and other points en route. ft Mr. II. C. C. Salmon's pupils will give a recital r.wd Tuesday evening at cight-tSIrly in church. Invitations may he ohtalned by telephoniag Mr. Salmon. Mr. Sam icwEkl will his last appear- nnce on a concert platform at this TecUftl before leaving for Toronto at the end of the month. treal In this city, is a guest and- Mra. L. M. Johr.Etoue. v 4 t air.-Will Simpson nrriwd in pipeg yesterday on his ivay home from a seven weeks' trip to Ontario points: -Mrs..J. A. Young has ns her 'guBBl for a few weeks, her sfsier, Mrs. Leo Foater, of GarJleid, Utah. Sirs. JV. H.'.MorriE enterlained at a chain left. afternoon in the aerlfs being put on by Knox Ladies' .Mrs. entertained a a_ thimhlB party yesterday "afternoon CLUES AND SOCIETIES St. Patrick's Choral society meet for practice a( the club house at seven-tbirtj' tonight. Every mem- ber is urged'to be present. The men pt Wesldy are an- ticipating a .large attendance at their free banquet tomorrow night and one is. asked to notify ifr. Clco. Whelen1 at. once of hlfi accept unee that tbe committee "may know how many to prepare for. Mtes Winiams ably took the topic Verges In." the Gospels" at St. Andrew's Christlaxt Endeavor last evening, at which there was a large attendance." T-he society is entering on the work, and tho officers gladly welcome on Tuesday evenings any young people of the .wlio'are not connected. with any other young people's" organizations. >thbridgp, and they arranged todaj- :6 send pefspharipUers, de- of, tef neighbors who jave means' and'att anxious'to'cofne. Into Southern Alberla. They told me last night t'nat they had'made up ih'eir apd it1 was 'L'ethbridge 'or ihern, and one of them has Tarming In Kansas since 1878, and has1 soihething'iefl alter losing his crops and his live stock -through drouth- this summer.. LITTJ-E BOW'S MEMBER FELLOW MEMBER WHOM HE KNEW AS BOY a tender spot; it's got it pul all ov- er Great Falls, and every bi- tivcen here and St. Taul, ani) th'ece is every evidence of th'o people, .be- liering in tlieir (own and taking plea- sure in showing it lo visilors. that's the Ihing lhat counts; they go home, and they senil otliers, anrf a lot of (hem stick like flies on sticky paper, once they find they.-have "'a place that suits ifcern. I am coming lip again this fall, and am goitig' to slock my ranch before the 'cold sea- son, and I may decide to locate Here pcrmanrnlly next year." Edmonton, Sept. dy-coruplexioRed m in afiher- common to first plowing, was done .'on A last. '-J'---x GREAT CMAKQES i i; "Down at ray'rancli, the Jfonmouth as it is called, where we have a com- pany of-Illinois boys working hard, they were scalding one ol the fattest Gariepy and Pingle Open tali; san- m of prosperous Alberta in piping times, approached James Mc- S'aughfon.-.M.l'.r. from Little Dow, in the Cecil hotel lobby this morning and extended his h.aud with Ihe man- ner, bi long .acquaintance. are you, Mr. he you.remember Mr.; JIcN'aughion hard, look- eii down at his toes, .and scratched his head and then Ftared again, Eot was forced lo admit cbajrin a politician, always .at Ws failure to'-recognize any. one'pl, the-male per- suaslo'irwiw iias..atUiinM the' age o (Continued from front and plunderers. He said ift they spofco of vliler niarkets and taxation the Tories wared the flag Ribbon COFFEE ancl BAKING POWDER Ask for Bliio Ribbon products, and see that your dealer gives them. All Blao Hlbbon are guar- anteed to If otherwHfi you may return them. Dine Ribbon Coffees and inking Powder are Iho beat on the faarkot or they couldn't be .vlth 60 strong a-guarantee. and became hyBferical. tike the bour- bons of oW, the Tories had not rlmngcrl, they had learned nothing, forgotten nolhlng, and were-as sel- fish, unfair and obstinate. as the sixty years aso..In Alberts Ihelr polic'y had bwn of. a purely negative and destructive nclcr and it was not their fault.that Alberta enjoyed an .unblemished repiH tattoo the world over. Chas. 1'inglo, wlio scconiltd, ex- pressed satisfaction at Ihs.r-onllnu- I ancc. ol tjie government's pbllcy 4 ol ij road building, congratulating the government on its record during re; cent yeatg. Hcgnrding the dclegaifoa sent to Kurovo to study agricultural rrcilK, he said, It was to bo hoped that tr.eir investlgalion? would-'tie 'of great assistance to the fn'rmers o( province. As reprMtnting a largely he to see somo artangement. whertby latm- ers could wgage in-th'e dlstribntloa and sale of (arm ImpItmttiU and oth- necessities op a co-operative basis He emphiislMit the non-fulfillment ol as it'has'becn other "laid v'tho stranger! "My name A. 'XcCpll, from Collholm. I to you iii''tbe old XJIengarry days We onfy 10 '.years old; when I. let Glengarry scrlt's no .wdnaer-you-dii bit I-knew, you tV.e minute I. Dy tbis tfrne Mr. JlcSiughfon bai placed his they', execulfd a You.'re. gfowri'torae ttliai you doing' In "th .1'n up here lo represent the pie in thj i You a member of the leg i'slatutc. Well, how don't that bea sili) McNaughton. "Little did think'the last time 1 saw you t ha the next time Re met it would be a lift promises .made by. the iminiSttt ot the federal government rcgatriirig the control of the.natural resource: ol the'province. Mr. Micbentr Only Fault Drink Habit Miny 'men art. good husband fathers and sons fn every way cvcc] tho.liabit of drtnkltiB. have b come so badly pui-soncd wltb alcohol (bat tbey. cannot'stop drinking, the tcSuUfS poverty for wife "and'fanVKy. Kwouraso'tbem to laVc (ho. N'oal Tiie remove craving opposition for dflj'8 flow-members of (be Alberta legis-' atufe." And then, they-strolled ofi to a cbr- er. in-ths lobbj- ana sat old COD fab p! tbb Glengarry- past nd tbe Alberta 'f. The accuracy of the M c C1 a r y t he rmo meter makes good bak- ing a adds a lot of satisfac- tion to the work. You can scarcely afford to to overlook the several exclusive features of tlie Sask-alta when buying your new range. Ask your dealer to explain them. Sask-alb jar.ges every by good dulers who back up our guar.inlee on ifiu splendid range LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VANCOUVER ST.JOHN HAMILTON. CALGARY SASKATOON EDMONTON Sold in Lethbridge by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO.. Disttirbiiig Bladder Quickly Vanish An.item appcarlig in today's Cal- arj- "Albertan asserts that Cbtet Dav- .will be deputy chief of the Edrnon- on force, to succeed Samuel Wright, lEsed by Cblef Carpenter for giv- ng an Interview (o an Edmonton pa- criticizing1 the Chief. This -as- erllon is (n ccrrroboration of an Item p pea ring in the Herald some days But Chief Davis has not accept- d the posilion offered him. The Her- ]il alotol I) nt II was probable, and no will know authoritatively until he Ch'ftf. rrom Toronto hDi'l I wo vcefea. .When he left Leth- iri-lge, i-e told the Herald that such pcVtticm was :.under conalderation, that SD had not forrnallp accspted Jin offer At that time a similar oslilon in an eastttn city was offer- him. The Chief wired tho Herald a few days ago thai he would return this city, and resign in about two eke. Until Ms resignation is In the hands of the council, DC will make "DO decision. STJLJE IS started his reply when lha hypoderinla" west Ui jrcsv c ill TROUBLES 6VER 3ULZER HAS CAUSED MEETINGS AT MEMBERS' EXPENSE Albany, SepL flovcrno Glynn and Icsislfltlya leaders wor none.too that a au'fR dent number ot asaemCljmen wouJ bo present tonight'.'when the stat leglflaturo recobvene, lo pu through' the financial prograrc. Th slate faces, a scrloim financla eHifcaraetniGiit unless revcnu bllfa noil appropriAUona for bond In [crcat are of the prc fe'nt were' unanccessfu In obtainlup nopitnatlons dales for re-election And the 'unnsua drain on Ihelr privala p1 Ing Iho repeated recaUB to Alban sfnce the exfra sessfon convened, ha put them Aijifsbr0'fram6 of mln toward Incurring further personal c pe'nse. The salaries ceased with t! adjcwrnraent of tha: "regular aesslo and under tho taw they are rnlleago for only one trip to A (ban to attend the extraordinn.ry' EVEN-MOST CHRONIC SUFFER- ERS FIND -RELIEF FROM DOSES OF CROXONE Croxone soon relieves such con- dittous because It reaches the very roots of the disease. It Eoalis right into the sloped up. Inactive kid- neys, through the walls ami lin- ings; cleans out the little filtering cells and glands; neutralizes and- dissolves the poisonous uric acttl substances that lodge in tiie joints and muscles to scratch and irritate and causa rheumatism; heals the Inflamed nr-inbranes of the blad- der, and cleans put and strength- ens tho stopped.up, lifeless kidneys so they .can. .fitter and sift all "the poisons from the hltjod and drive it out of So Biire, EO poEitlve; so quick and lasting, are the." resells obtained from the use of that three doa'rjs .a day for..a-fjnv days, are often all Uiat is required to'endlbe.1'. worst backache, rosulale tie.most annoying bladder and overcome the numerous olher sim- ilar conditions. Croxone is so iiropared is practically imposau'Jle to take it without results. _ An original costs but a trifle, slid all dnigguits are orized to return the jiurchaeo pric'e if Crovor.o fails to desire't] rfr sylts, regardless of' how old arc, how long you have sufferod'or vs-bat els? has.failed! hetr other journeja caused by: re- were entirely, at UieJr wn. expense, ag ivaV tbeir.'niainlen- nee in Albany. In tho upper house of Ihe Jesisla- ure, where tho impeachment rial bo 'Staged, ihe.Je'aderVei- cct practically a full, attendance, of pnators. Kach senator will be call- d upon" tomorrow- to .qualify i as -a member of the Impeachment court, and for this .he .will draw" a stipend variously estimated at ''from-1-' to ?50 a day. The disputed ter of -cornpensation is of "ino il kinka that judges of the pcale, who also Tvii impeachment eoiirt straighten out impeach-'- ment begin." fprcrt part of-Uie'.-'-.f. tire Mpc-cted." That's the big essentialoiall foods 's Com Flakes possesses'this quality in a high degree. Has a flavor all its nutritious; as heavier foods but, .being more 'easily far more sustaining.j Sold by all Grocers at Look for this signature CORNIflAKES ;