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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Kadirday, September 21, THE LETHT51MBGK DAILY HERALD Winners at Magrath iu a .Savings Bank Account is one of the strongest incentives to further saving. It is a source of genuine satisfaction, gives a comfortable feeling of security from financial troubles. If you haven't a Savings Bank Ac'count already, now is the time to start one. Come, iu-nucl do it, ETHBRIDGE BRANCH.....G. R. TINNING, Manager LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, Aot'g. Itfotiager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR t Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies 01- other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FtrriT-SEK INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C. G. L Nourse, Mgr BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN OF INFANTS, ETC., ETC. Investment of Funds in "Mortgages for clients; and Collection of Interest and Agreement payments given special attention. ALL MANNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED FIRE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, ETC., INSURANCE Call.or Write for information. Cohybeare Block, Lethbridge, Atta We are at your service J. S. Haxton Manager Keep in Touch with Canadian Development ISvefy citizen of Canada owes it to himself to keep ihorouen- H- informed concerning the industrial, commercial financial development .of Canada, THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA gives a complete and accurate summary, every week, of conditions in Canada.' Its Busi- ness Outlook, SecurityRevlew, Bond Situation, and articleson real estate and other forms of investment, are of value not only to in- vestors, but to all classes. THE FINANCIAL POST is not a technical paper, writ- ten in popular and Interesting style so that anyone -can under-' THE FINANCIAL POST is quoted'as an authority on-Canadian Affairs in Canada, United States and Great Britain. The Investors' Information Buraau is free to subscribers, Write for sample copy and further.information. The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for'lnyestors" F. G. HASSARD, Western'Manager 301 Dominion Trust Building REGINA, SASK. 'hpse who Won Honors at the big Fair Magratb, .Sept. [ollowinp, s the list of prize wilineis at the lagrath lair I'crcherons Stallion, any llarker. Stallion, 3 'years old-R. lirttd- Stallion, 2 years Mel- rum 1st, Geo. Card 2nd. Stallion, 1 year Marker. Brood JVu-c-----R. Hradshaiv 1st, ,evi llarker 2nd. Dry 1st, Hradshaw ad. Special, .'1 year old iradshaw 1st and 2nd. Filly, 2 years 1st mil 2nd. Filly, 1 year 1st and ml. Filly, 1 year W. Bradshaw 1st, l.cvl larker 2, Bradshnw 3. Clydes Stallion, -I years or over Meeks Brothers 1st, Knight Sugar Co. 2ml. Sug- Stallion, 3 years ar Co. Stallion, 1 year Bros. Broo'd Bros.' 1st and ml. Bros. 1st and 2nd. Shires Stallion, <1 years 'or B. Hiric'Ist, Brimhall Bros. 2nd and 3rd. lingir Stallion, 2 years old Riric 1st, I Sow and lirimhall 2nd. Stallion, I year i Brood Mare Ririe, 1st, Brimhall 2nd. Dry 1st, lirimhail 2nd. 1st and 2nd. 1st, Hide 2nd. Suffolk' Punch Stallion, -1 years or over Ray i .lerseys Bull, :i T. I'asscy 1st, II. W. I'illius 2. Bull, 2 years passey 1st, Pilling 2nd. "Bull, I 1st, P.isscy 3ml. Hull Caif-Kiric 1st, Pilling 2nd. T. I'assey 1st, Hirie 2nd. 1, Hirie 2. Heifer I, Ririe 2. 1. Holir, over I Thompson 1, A. li. Bennett 2. Boar, under 1 .Thomp- son 1 and 2. Thompson 1, Prydc 2. under' 1 Robinson 1, Tlipm'pson-2. Soiv and Thonnisoii 1 ud 2 Bcrkshives Hi ir OMI 1 undoi 1 1 and'2. Soft over t Rinc 1 and 2. Sow. under 1 and 2. Sow and Poland China 0. Norton. Sow 1 JCIL mil Sou umkr 1 leai Norton. Darot. Jeibns Boar 1 has Siudling- u 1 Boar, under 1 1, R Pillmt, Sow, .1 year-or 1, pilling 2: Sow under 1 1, Sind- I 1 ami Grades W. Robinson. A. R. Bennett. Sheep l.evi 'Marker and .1. B. flirie ..took all the premiums in the sheep class- en. Grains' and Grasses Sow; o Brood everything in this class. Coach Stallion, 1 ycars-rLevi Darker 1st Dry 1st. I Uickneys Watt. Dry Watt. Roadster Knight. Mr. Knight's fine string took winter Wheat, R. Bennett. Winter Wheat, Prydc. No Spring. Wheat threshed. Sheaf, Whiter Gurncy 1, Jas. Mcldruin 2. Sl'.caf, Winter Wheat, Slieaf, Spring Wheat, Sa- bey 1, Parley Carter 3. Slicai, Spring Wheat, Ack- Marc ill P. WoodruiT -1st, Meeks Bros. 1st, Money equally di- vided. Dry Kinsey 1, James El- lison 2. Meeks, money divid- ed- Filly, 2 years 1. Not Registered .royd 1, SabL-y Sheaf R. Bennett I, P Carter 2. Shear II. 1 fi. .1. Forsyth 2; Sheaf. Brome Grass-Carter 1, C. 11. Dudley, 2. Slicaf Rye 1, Ack royd 3. I Sheaf, Field Saliey. Brood Marc and Foal-Bnmhall Istj Com_, Oreen ,_ Cartcr 2nd. Sheaf Alialla-W. Mindlcy 1, N. G Forsyth 2. Sheaf Korsyth. Sheaf R. Bennett. Vegetables Flat Cabbage A. R. Bennett 1, FAMOUS. MEXICANS COMING 'Secretary of Agriculture of Mexico and President of Jaurez College to Attend Congress j? Mexico has appointed two of its r Jtaost prominent agriculturists as ilele- "fciites to the International Dry-Farming Congiess, to be held here Oct. telegrams received at the execu- onices state ihat they are prepar- to leave at once. The appointees Sr. Ing. Lanro Viadas, secretary of department of agriculture, of Mexl- City, one of the foremost men in AWe great work that has been under- (taken to rejuvenate the agriculture country in face of frequent up- tisingand rebellious movements in the northern countries; anil Sr. Ing. Uom- illo Kscobar, of Jaurex. president of the Mexican Agricultural College di- )-6Ctor of ury-farming experiments, who has established a dozen or more dem- onstration farms in the past year. Secretary Viadas is an able speaker and one of the most agri- cultural thought in the South American republics, while TJr. Escobal has been a student of dry-fanning for several years ami has attended tile interna- tional congresses and been a speaker on several occasions. It is anticipated that they will ar- jrive in Lethbridge some days in acl- jvancc of the opening of the Congress, and that they will make .a thorough in- vestigation of the farming methods pursued in Southern Alberta with a view to the adoption of any that will improve their conditions in Mexico and increase the acreage production. Dry 1st, Marker 2nd. Filly, 2 years 1st, B. Matkin Filly or 1st, C. Vox 2nd. Sabey and Brimhall 1st, G. J. Forsyth 2nd. Brood Marker 1st and 2nd. Agricultural Horses Brood .Mare and Hark- er .1st, Meeks 2nd. Dry Marker 1st, Charles Marker 2nd. Harkcr 1st, Levi Mar- ker 2nd. Foal Chas. Marker 1st, John Bridge 2nd. Team to Harkcr 1st, G. Forsyth 2nd. Four Morse llarker. WILL MEET IN WINNIPEG Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. was selected as the next convention city by the League of American Mun- icipalities at the closing session here today. Parley Cai iei 2. Malkiu 1 and 2. Cucumbers-Carter 1, A. R. Dcn- licit 2. Pickling Bennett. Lettuce, Cabbage Car- tcr. LctUliT Parley Carter 1, John I Bridge 2. 'i Brood Beans William Palmer 1, Phillip Palmer 2. Onions irnm Carter. Bennett 1, A.R. Bennett 2. Yellow R. Bennett 2. Red P.. Bennett 1, Fred Brood Mare and two of i itenr.el I 1 and 2. Carter 1, A. R. Bennett 2. Peas i Forsyth 1st, Lcvi Harkcr 2nd. General Purpose. (icldin.s or Bros.- 1st, llarker 2nd. .Saddle Taylor 1st, Meeks 2nd. Hoys' Marker 1st, Ken- neth Knight 2nd. j Team in Meeks 2nd. j Single Watt.. j Single P. Woodruff Rnlon Marker 2nd. I Brood II. Bingham. 1st, E. Ririe- 2nd. II. Bingbam 1st, C. Mat-! Green Rich 1, pod (fi White Gumey 1, W. Saliey 2, l.loytl Sabey 3. Red Dennett 1, Car- ter 2, S.tbry S. Collection oi Potatoes-Carter 1, M. S. Forsyth 2. Best collect i.m ter 1, A. R. Bennett 2, Will Sahcy 3. White 1, Carter 2. Swede Tin 1, Wm. Pal- mer 2. Sim Range Talks by the Housekeeper Wo. 2 Subject "The Oven" 4'ANCE convinced that the'ap- V pearance of a range appeals to our sense of good taste, we want to know all there is to know about the the Oven is the important range essential. If it is not a perfect cooker and baker, e-iitward beauty counts for very little. "The more.'you -look into the 'Kootenay' Oven the more anxious' will.yo'u be to own a 'Koo- The oven of this beautiful range is made of nickelled sheet steel -one-eighth of ah', inch i thick, i don't how to ex plain this nickelled steel but (the main thing to remember.. is that a 'Kootenay' Oven cannot more than that you can wash it out just like an ordinary kitchen'dish, and have a fresh, clean Oven. "The reasons, for the Kootenay's'; ispleiidid'cooking and baking repu- tation are very heat flues are broad and deep sur- round the entire Oven so that' LONDON TORONTO jtfONTKEAL' WINNIPEG KOOTENW bakes and cooks evenly. The vent- ilation is roast retains all its rare and generous juices when cooked in it. "The construction of the Oven of my range was carefully explained to I bought it. The inner body of the ''Koo- tenay' is protected with the Oven walls cannot burn through the Oven-top a cast iron frame or guard holds a sheet of as- bestos in while the bottom is braced with, iron bars. "The ther- mometer is a great conven- ience. Plain figures show the exact degree of heat necessary for baking pies, cakes, bread, etc., or roasting meat. No need to open the only cools off the Oven. The: thermometer costs a JittK'more, but I wouldn't be with- out it. Of course there are other splendid features about the 'Koo- teria'y.' All in all, it's the best range I've ever seen." VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N. B. HAMILTON CALGARY 20 Sold by The Stafford-Agnew Co. Ripe Rich 1, N. Rich 2. Long Radishes Elsie Murray 1, Carter 2. W. Fosscy 1, Bennett 2. 1, S. Slat-kin 2. llarker 1, Wm. Pal- ncr 2. Summer Hfillicit, t. Carter! BULLET LAY FOR YEARS WITHIN INCH OF HEART, Pumpkins-Carter 1, l.evi Marker 3. Sugar 1, Geo. Gur- ict 2. t, Cartcr 2. Hunbard Fletcher 1, Carter. 2. Red Cahbagc-'-Siro Matkin. Field Squash-Ira Fletcher 1, Car- tcr 2. BOYS FOR PROTESTING BANK OF ENGLAND WOULD NOT STAND FOR ANY MONKEY SHINES .Montreal, Sept. Today .Mr. F. Irvine of Maisonneuve was discharg- ed from the Royal Victoria hospital cured, after carrying around a bullet i within an inch of his heart for the past years. Irvine was a Bri- tish soldier in the Boer war and at the siege of Lndysmith received a bullet which lodged ibetveen his heart and one of his lungs. He re- covered sufficiently to re-enter the army and fcnght through to the end. He then went to England and rinding his old wound troubling him, under- went examination by British army surgeons, but they tailed to find the bullet and assured him that il had Fred Long, aged-IT, kicked by horse at Port Stanley, is dead. 111 As an absblutely safe investment our Guaranteed should be investigated. Call or write for particulars and booklet The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator Official Assignee for .Indicia! llratricts of LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD .CALGARY WETASKI.WIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY II. iiinghant. Knight ist night i kin 2nd. Brood Cavalry Rliy 2nd. Mounted Wm- Sabey 2nd. Shorthorns Bull, 3 Hull. 2 Buli, I Bull 1st, Bradshaw 2nd. Tow. 3 1st, Bradshaw 2ml. Ik-iict 1st old-.l I 2. Mrii 11. Itiriu 1st and 1st. Ayrshiirs M. I.arson. ,1. (iibb. Heifer J, Gibb, Is tlic fsenllftst, mildest ami innsl t-flV-ctivt: of Ionic It mnlies tlin bmvcls act riflit. Two Sizes, 25c. and 60c. All Druggisls. 5 glanced off hib libs. Irvine came to Canada eight jears ago and found work in }lalsonneuve, but a month ago the old wound began to trouble him and he underwent another exam- ination. The X-rays showed a bllllet within itn inch of his heart -and'; in operation was advised. U was an ex- tremely critical one, but was success- fully performed, and today Irvine left the hospital cared, bearing the bllllet with him as a souvenir. With -thft bullet was found a small piece of hU tunic. "I'd better send it back to the Bri- tish war department before I .get accused of trying to steal part a was bis comment. importance as creators of the nation's wealth. "The machines (.-iiunot ran without said one. of the money makers, "and the bank has been losing about L'OOO ponnils a minute since we came and they stopped printing notes. London, Sept. at -.the Hank of "Pickctting the Old Lady of Threadneedlo and similar headlines in the evening papers gave the city a mild sensa- tion today. One hundred and fitly boys from the printing department of the bank dismissed in the morning and I many of them spent several hours in marching around and round the great Etiuarc building, somewhat disconso- lately, with dinner baskets r.r parcels under their arms. The cause of the tioulile is tb.u the hoys allege was the working of a new Urao machine installed .Monday to register the incoming and outgoing of the boys. lak.'s 11 long time." said one hoy. "lo take our cheeks out when we lo dinner and pm them in on and a good pan of I he lime is wasl'-d. Three boys had some of ilit-ir pay stouped for being late. That was not fair so struck And :c-r for dinn'-T. and tlipy dismissed us all with part of our: wruu'S. We sot from 7 six pence lo fourlci-n shillings sire e a week.'' All ihi- Hank of Kngland lioli-s HIM prinUul in Thrcadueeille strr-ol us well a.s India notes, postal orders and f oM ago pension orders. The boys i uct'o very much imjjresacd vviih their J trying lo get some they have UOL got hey have beet more hoys but any yet." This vieu of tha financial situa- tion was not taken by an official who stated that the hank would not, cease payment immediately. Nor did the dim-tors decide to chanse the hank rale. op Falloo, dedicated the now Catholic1, church at Port Stan- NEW C. N. R. SHOPS CLOSE TO TORONTO Toronto, Sept. is only a ques- tion of a few months now before won; ir, started on the ne'w Canadian Nor- thern shops for the Toronto district. They will be located to the southeast of the new Canadian Northern Model City at Leaside, and in all probability seven or eight hundred men will find work as soon as the shops arc opened, and this number is likely to be doub- led, if nol tripled, as the business of the Ontario division of the line in- creases. Sir William Mackenzie told the Globe yesterday that, although he could make no definite announcement, of the work, it was quite probable that, operations would begin 'ere the present year is out. you buy ask for MEY HAVE A' TRUE SAFETY HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP'. NEVER EXPLODE ll: Fddy's Matches isfie since no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Huil, Canada ;