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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEn 27.'1910 "wo Years of Big Crops Have Focussed Attention of In- vestors on South Alberta p. R. LAND DEPT: GETS MANY ENQUIRIES HON. T. F. SMITH LOIS1 YIELD YEI CAPTURE OF COMBLES MAKES THE ALLIES MASTERS ON THE WEST Member of the New Brunswick Con- servative Government returned in tho Carleton by-election.- "Not only is Southern Alburta thi ear harvesting the best crop of any listrict in the throe prairie provinces, nit we are getting tho advertisement! of that crop focussed on us as never jefore. .The result is that the whole wheat producing district of the United States is hearing about Southern Al- jertn in a way that ought to bring llghly satisfactory results." P. L. Naismith, manager of the C, p. II. department of natural resources, s In the city today on one ot his visits to tho mines and irri- gation district cantering here, and in in interview made the above state- nent to the Herald. Coming from a man whoso department-handles thou- sands o( enquiries regarding land every year, the statement Is full of hope Tor a big movement toward this district 111 the near future. Mr. Nai- smith states tliat the enquiries are not so much greater in number than usual, but they are more specific now. and tjie indications are exceedingly good.' v'i Speaking of the crop itself, Mr. Nai- smith is quite satisfied that .the thresh- ing establish, the fact that the .1016, sery little behind last year's crop, and has the added advantage of being quality-in .-comparison with the wheat from other "districts: This ensures the highest prices going, which means about double last year's prices. GREECEIfllER SEED TAKEN 4A'S ADVANCE IN TRANSYLVANIA L. B. Losey, of Winnif red, has Worked a Unique Scheme of Seed Selection HAS WON MANY Athens. Sept.: 25, via London, Sept. French press of Athens, which for the last, month has .been sharply assailing King Constantino and flouting every suggestion that he could honestly be desirous oF Greece joining, the entente 'allies, is silent tills morning. The entire Greece-en- tente situation bas changed overnight, and it M repoited that the entry of Greece Into the war has suddenly be- coiue a mere question.of days.on the tprms King Constantiue indicated to the Associated Press August 31, name- ly a guarantee of the integrity of Greece and a loan sufficient to equip the army and cover the coat of re-mo- bilization KAISER SENDS OUT EMERGENCY CAUL Amsterdam, Sept. Wil- liam, in the German-Official Gazette, appeals to all Germans abroad to re- poit to consulate offices in order to ascertain it thej are available for mil- itary service. PRIZES VpTH WHEAT How; one farmer, in the Winuifred district? is making the.lall fairs along the Crow between Lethbridge and Bow Island furnish'-h'im a romance of betttr farming was' IBM. the Herald by W.'Scott, one of the ju'dkeyat theTTa'ber fair.- L. B. Losey of Winnifrecl, is the inin, and the story was told the judge by Mrs Losoy, who is just as interested as hei husband. For three or four years now Mr Losey has been a consistent winner of prizes for sheaf grain. The first year he won, he took the winning sheaves' home, threshed.'them oiit ant sowed the seed obtained in a small the next year. From the seed obtain ed from that plot he sowed a largei area the next year.: But from tlio ex perlmental plots, he the earii eat and best straws and heads for the second year entry He had less trouble v> inning the second year The winning sheaf he again took home and the seed therefrom foiined the basic for an experimental plot the ibjrd year, and sheaf grain picked from this plot furnished the prize win ner at the thud jears fan By following this plan Mr I osej has worked out a practical .method for procuring the best kind of seed giain and has attached a little' romance to the work Tho lesult is that his sheave. 'won quite handily at Taber yesterda> Another result is that Mi Loaey's whole faun was sown this year with seed procured by this metli od of seed selection, and it is notable that his crop ripened earliei than most the grain in the district. The constant selection of -the best .heads and the earliest maturing besides has given him a strain of seed grain much better than the average: And lie made the fair nrizes help to'pay the cost of the extra work while the UIi judges eacli year aided him .by their know- ledge in his work of selection. So Says .1. M. Cameron, C.P.R. Gen. Supt., Who Is Opti- mistic on Crop GRAIN BEGINNING TO MOVE TO MARKET NOW Two hundred and two cars of grain were moved off the Alberta district nt the C. P. R. yesterday. This was fairly evenly divided between the Lethbridge and Medicine Hal divis- ions. The above figures referring to Ilie movement of the new crop were given to the Herald this afternoon by Gen era! Superintendent Cameron. Mr Cameron arrived' in the city at one o'clock in his private car Lillooet, ac 1 comvanied by Mr. Peters of the Bank 'of Montreal and Mayor Costello o "when' seen by the Herald the wholi party appeared to be most optimistii regarding what had been seen along he Aldersyde 'lino during tho trip. The crop is without doubt turning jut away above my expectations of hree weeks said Mr. Cameron. The lowest return I have heard ot vet is bushels to the acre, and 1 vould hate to tell you the highest. Considering that our 10-year average s around IS bushels, the crop -a msct vonderful." Mr. Cameron considered it a very good barometer of business here that the hotels are being taxed to accom- modate the travelling public. The balft clearings for the city were also lommented upon. Mayor Costello was anxious to know the population of Letliliridge so that he might compare the figures given with the actual returns which will be made by the census branch In a few days. The reporter told him Leth bridge boasts today not less than 10, 000 inhabitants. During the. afternoon the parU was entertained by Mayor Hardie. and the city commissioners. Join Rebels Paris, Sept. troopi In Canea, to the number of 4000, have joined the revolutionists, ac cording to a dispatch from Athens Only a colonel, a few other officers and twenty-five men remained loyal to the government. r shaded portion appears Imminent. Gallant Son of .Walter Ross here Likely a Honor on the Field Major Jack Ross, D.S.O.. one of the best known of Letnbrldge's young men a son of Walter Hoss, the well- known ranchtr is in today's casual- ties as wounded and missing. Mr the news this morning Major Ross known to Lethbridge people as Ollie." enlisted with a Montreal, regiment when the war broke out and won his promotions from captaincy to major, on the lieu He is a graduate of Kingston militan and was a most proficien Taber Fair Excels Others In Fine Dairy Exhibits "ROSS" local post office. Ross who is at present at home, has qualified ai an officer of aviation. Evidently Drank [Carbolic Acid Otter Inspects In- ternment Camp (Bj Our Own Tabciv Sept. for the fact that the weatheiman was far from generous Taber has nothing to com- plain of regarding Its HIS fair, which was the centre of attraction here on Monday and Tuesday Good exhibits with plenty of competition made the annual event one to be remembered from an agricultural standpoint. It tlieie had been good weather there would have been good crowds. Then everything would have been good. As it was the was Just squally i enougti to mar the exhibition and pre- vent an. attendance such as tho fair I