Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, Daily Herald 200 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 EtUblithed IM7 Published by the Daily Herald Print- lag Co., Ltd., every lawful evening iUs office, Aound St.. Leihbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, uiie ywr, delivered Daily, six' months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily." one month, delivered Daily, cue year, by mail Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as de- sked, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY 'Published every Wednesday in eight paces, and' contains a summary of ihe world's news of the week, local .and foreign. One year, in advance TC Sii months, in advance -75 Three months, in advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD it on sale at the following places: Lethbridge-K. Sage, J. G. Robertson A Co., J. D. Higinbotham 4 Co., .J. J. Johnston. A Co., R. W. Ham- ilten. Piricher Griik-E. J- Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Beok Co. J. Stafford. B. C.-N. E. Suddaby. Cranbrodk, Atehison. L. Keinecke. Grassy Tughain.; Bow F. Werts. THE DUST NUSANCE It might be worth while for our' city couacil to instruct- the engineer to gather some information about the use -of oil in allaying dust. Oil is nsed to remedy the dust nuisance as most people know., throughout 'Cali- fornia, .wiith great (satisfaction. acre of spring wheat and seventy bushels to the acre oats. How things do change? If the "Back to Montreal" visitors only had a vote on Monday the Board i of Control idea would be easily car- j ried. Former Montrealers are very j HOW TO PREPARE DRY FARM EXHIBITS (Special to the Herald.) Billings, Montana, Sept, much ashamed of the municipal rcc- j exhibit committee of the Montana orcl of that city. Gleichtui has three elevators to 1 Board of Control of the Fourth Dry Fanning Congress, consisting of Dr. X. Sudduth, I. D. O'Donnell and handle its crop this year. L.ss than! W. W. George, .has announced tne fol- three wars ago all there was at Glei-1 lowing revised rules to govern the chen in the line of gram could have j International b' i _ t will be eon carted awav i, Press has been Churchill The Old Country crediting Winston coining the word "shortfall" but it now appears the use of the word is Dry Farm Exposition, wheelbarrow, i whicu hdd October. 25-29, in- elusive, at Billings, in connection whh the Fourth Dry Fanning Con- gress, which will be in session nt Billings, October 26-23. The object of this exhibit is to show non-irrigated. two or three years ahead of the speech Srowu in which Churchill used it. It ap-! la-'ds the peared in the report of the proceed-j the ings of the Natal Legislature in 1905 i therefore take a personal interest m and was used bv the treasurer of that his district or ha3 colony in referring to a drop in the CMP exhibits entered. revenue. Rulo iarmers (living where _____ I rainfall is less than 20 inches per There .are three new stations on the j annum> Bending solely upon rainfall and mature el1' comP6te for at It has been tested in Toronto this year and the citizens are highly pleased and now the city of Saskatoon, sit- uated very much the same as. Leth- Uridge. is Investigating the plan, with th'e, purpose in view of adopting it. V Our .city council if it salves the dust in this city, will earn ,a esbwn. of goldtfor the people' will glad- shrine of any or- -gaaiizatioiT that will .allay the dust nuisance. It is one of the curses of life in this city and the citizens are prepared to "pay the piper" in order to put the dust nut of "business. The wind can be tolerated but the we have no place for' it. C. E. line between Macleod and j Calgary this year and at each there are three elevators. That is a sign I this Dr-v Farming Congress. of the wonderful growth of the south, i Rul- Exhibits shall represent _ crops season of 1909 and shall not A man named Score going to be have been grown upon irrigated, sub- a candidate for the Board of -Control i imgated in Toronto. Well if he makes a Rule3.-AU he .ought to score. shall have been grown by bona fide farmers. Chesty Cos is going to put ice on, the baseball diamond this winter to i keep it cool'for next year's hot fight for the baseball pennant. general rarichmen, stockmen and The collective exhibits or club or community. display classes -foot start oaseball on ice? Joe Corngan make great, slides for bases. Isn't it about time to start think-1 shall be any individual, firm, _ _ i club- or community. Rule class for special exhibits some wjii .fee made up later depending upon the premiums offered therein. Directions fcr Preparing Exhibits Sheaf Exhibits of Car of Five Roses Flour On Track j; To-day ilTheBentleyGo. Ltd.! ind Retail Ptioae LETKBRIBGE' AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS The quality of your photos depends on the film uted ENSIGN FILMS give good results every time. Thorough- ly tested and tried. Try one and you won't want any other We sell them at The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Phone 445 Prescription Specialist, Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. MRS. W. P. J- ALEXANDER, A T CM, A 0 C M Toronto Conservatory of 'Music; Gold Med- alist, Ontario Conservatory o! Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared to accept) a limited number of pupils in voice culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drug Store, West- minster Road. P. 0. Box 1843. Phone 445. I The Standard Garage I ing about material for mayor and dennen next year? Don't leave the j Select desirable heads just as the selection of the right man until last moment, not taken from the crib after husk- ing. Make up a sample of 12 ears as nearly uniform in size, shape and j color as possible. See that exhibit j ears are well cured in dry air and' thus avoid formation of mold and the j premature sprouting of kernels, which occurs when heat and moisture are both present. 5. Vegetables. All vegetables and root crops should be selected with great care from ful- ly ripened specimens, washed and dried out in shallow. trays an cool, well ventilated cellars. enters the yellow ripe stage. Choose well filled heads that will j.make a good representative showing _ A Mrs. Lumber, of Toronto, the type of.grain which ycm de- been leff a .legacy 'of a quarter of to exhibit.' Cut the straw close! million dollars. No doubt she will i io lhe ground so as to exhibit full'-' name changed from Lum- j ienjrth of straw, or if the cram has ber Gold now. culj best heads with f i straw as long as possible. Make, sani- British Columbians going to ples not to .exceed 200 heads: Tie a wagon road across the province j soft cloth or narrow ribbonvjust j under heads, at butts ancr in centre _ of bundle and place in darkened room I or ripen. time permits the bundle, spread out, moisten by sprinkling and strip all. J adhering leaves, polish each straw Slide, Yes, You'll have to hurry, and get your orders in if you want some of that four foot cord- wood delivered at per cord. Pio- neer Lumber Co. Phone 407 and 73. 234-3 JOHN GEDDES GRAIN, COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone Q. O'GRADY, Jr. Agtnt. Nothing- small about B. C. OUR FUTURE The west today acid the west five years from now, how great will, be The Last Word On It (From the Hamilton Spectator) with soft cloth and re-bind the bun- dle with any narrow ribbon of ap- propriate color, tying in at the transformation? Three years ago .and Kincardine Review have______ not a bushel of grain was raised south j guing for the past the hl. The Toronto Star, Harrison Eeview, three four piaces. See that of Stirling and night. T. S. D> RECTOR AND riages. and equipment new and QL .to date. Parlors opposite fire haU Open day and night. P. 0, Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13688. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall etery second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. Oomn- cillor. 0. L. Grifflth; Banker, W. A, Dickaon: Clerk. N. Dowwtt.