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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Of Interest to the Farmer THE ERADICATION OF The provincial department of agri culture is pursuing an aggressive policy year In the matter the eradication of under the sup ervision of the chief weed inspector of the The forty two or more weed inspectors of the province are now busily engaged in making their Each has assigned to hinva certain which they cover once u inspect all farms and make reports to Tills more effort is belngmaiie to have the land cultivated in such a way as to prevent the growth of rather than to instruct the farmers how to get rid of the weeds have The follow which shows of cultivalion suggested where land is badly infested with has Ix prepared by Mitchell and is Iw ing distributed by the inspectors throughout the It is always best to bum the atub ble off iu the spring if destroys many weeds and the land works belter there is no stub Disk as early spring as pos sible and This covers the seeds ami encouragestheir ger When small plants are seen all over the field the land ought to be disked and harrowed again to destroy them and encourage the ger mination of a new About beginning of June the land should be plowed and packed if if at least harrowed every day as it is and a crop of beard less barley Jt is safe in Nor thern Alberta to sow this barley up to the middle of When the crop is about six inches high it will be found of great advan tage to harrow it as this will de stroy any weeds which may have and help to encourage the growth the there is still a quantity of in the crop when it approaches ma it may be cut as green feed before the weeds are it will be found that the growth of barley will choke and kill any weeds which may come up after Where fall wheat is grown this method of disking and harrowing at frequent intervals during the summer should be continued till it is time to plow for the fall particularly important to disk and harrow as soon as pos sible in the spring and also to har row the growing grain when it is six inches AMONp FARMERS The less independent a man the more likely is he to respond to the call for united effort and so when the farmers begin to cooperate it is pretty good that the spirit INVESTMENT CO WINTER WHEAT LANDS City Property and Improved CONYBEARE BLOCK 9 what an immense power they might be jjolitically John Cooper in the Canadian A POLITICAL of union has taken firm hold of Although it the it is an old and true saying that the farmer is the most indepen dent of all Almost every oth er calling feels the need of mutual en deavour more than and yet his calling looks like the calling in School trustees Gulled The Department of Ed ucation Warns Against Some From information recently received at the Department of Education it appears that in sorae parts of the province a number of unscrupulous agents arft busily engaged in dispos ing of comparatively useless schoo supplies to inexierienced unsus porting rural school The agent calls ontthe members o thft board hi goods as being authorised by the De states that the addition o this particular article to the equip ment of the school will bring a con siderably increased and too often succeeds in securing All that is required of us is to do our part towards the reali The first general election in the xation of so desirable a to Transvaal as a colony has resulted bring to light the best that is in n a victory for Het the x Boer so thut the future generations may General Botha will be This is the work of genius er and Sir Richard Solomon will be this has living and will Not until our literature has British been accepted and nourished and i a member of his Sir Rich ard is thoroughly loyal to but opposes the ly the people may reclaim on of an antiBoer He hopes for it national distinct to avoid dividing the colony on rac There will le many who will sympathise with Sir Itichards party would only serve to consolidate the The mam aim should be to make the BRITON I Bothas Message to Great I Transvaal and if British energy and enterprise can do it in theDaily Chron go a long way towards makin our new subjects contented r political The spectacle of the premier of the which cooperation would most read ily and most naturally But it is his independence that has sb long kept him the single only the the signatures of the members of board to a promissory note for sev eral times the value ofthe The Department asks the assistance gentleman in anus against British new Tiansvunl has sent rule a few short ago and now a message to Great assuring virtual ruler of a British Colony her thai she will never have cause s one to make the average foreigner to regret the trust she is now plnc But it will in every likelihood ing in the Boer We be a successful Already Hove he that prosperity and Botha has accepted the invitacontenment can 1m achieved by leg tion to attend the Colonial Confer islating in the interests of all Doctors cooperate in the accomplish of tho press in warning school trus mcnt of a common So do law against the eloquence and mis yers and carrying companies and rflrescn tut ions of travelling agents merchants and and j and in directing the attention of workmen and craftsman j schoolofficials to the following of all But it not until facts quite recently that at loast j No agent has nny authority to Canadian began to realise that Hny particular article of the immense advantage they could equipment must he placed in any 01 derive from and growth of this sentiment and The proposed divisional point at Main Line and the Crcvrs Nest of the Canadian Pacific Railway promises enormous development for Natural gas has been struck and boring for oil is in This town is destined lo become one oHhe largest manufac turing centres in the West and is surrounded by a largely settled farming We are pftred to negotiate with intending purchasers on favorable teinis for Section Tcwnikip Range en which includes the townsite of This is without exception the best opportunity for investment in ir Wilfrid when he and ly a conciliatory the uncl meets his will hrtve just Many difficulties an opportunity of personally answer have to be but there are none ing for those speeches vhich did much to unite that hard struggle in which General for the good of the Botha went doun to iari HENDERSON CgL DOWNER ALBERTA which Ciihiiot be now that the Iwo races are working together Her branches oer the stormy earth All things our armed might with kiss of the our the j No agent has any authority to Vi 1 poucr thut it will jet ykll will af promise that any additional ford a most interesting study in shall be received by a school through The farmers are beginn ing to tljwly it must be admttt what an immense influence they couhi jointly exert on the destiny of the Those who arc vhat might be culled socialist are the first to realise the import ance of and it is a not iceable fact in the evolution of farm ing that specialising is coming more and more into One farmer the purchase of his Tho requisite equipment is describ ed in the regulations of the Ifepart a copy of which is sent to ev ery school board and to every teach SKTWO KCU BCW Bob Edwards of into Winnipeg yesterday and registered1 gt the Royal Alexan He wits assigned to room which he vacated when he observed the went to the To his he found he had been given room that and immediately packed left for hmnc hist The authorization of additional grip anti equipment is announced by the Be partmeiit and not school supply j im not but I cant tand for some he remarked o the as he ran for firms or their Hi of the School Ordin ance provides that No act or pro 1 1 specialty of small fruits ceeiJing of any board shall be makes another of tree fruits IS another of ivalid or binding on any party which raising another of fat cattle another of highclass breeding cattle another of horses another of dairy incand so And when a number is not adopted at or spec ial meeting at which a quorunVofthe board is It should be not ed that failure to observe this sec inay render indivirtuar and leam that by coopera personally thus ccv j j tion thev could save a large percentirregularly ae of money spent on trans1 Before making large purchases of issions and the like school supplies the board should con ihey time for thorn to abandon the independent Take as a speci fic instance the growers ot Niagara few ago they were all shipping years their few lU products independently of one anoth ernow many of them together ship as one Their poaches andgrap es and other fruits go out in lots instead of in lots of a crates or They are largely independent of the commission mer chants they can handle their pro ducts with much loss fearof and they arc a We to get just about all thnt they areentitled to from the railwaysWhat a change there Wiil be wlien the farmers rwlisc nspeetor or the It regreUblc that the recommendations of all of these eombineu frequentl prove less effective with a schoo board than a halfhours solicitation by an irresponsible but smoothton Kre tho gathered Powers unfold Now ways whereby old war may Across the Vaalour eyes behold i This miracle of Victory after Conquered aid the I Still on their knees dear women 1 mourn I The sons that will not come again Scarce yet has passed across the j bourne I The long procession of the slain JotJ wardrums cease to I weeps still sighs Canada and the Many in the mothercountry believe that Canada is an econ omic so to of the Jnitcd and that Canadian prosperity is merely a result of the that Trustridden These fallacious notions are really at the root of the which has long since been abandoned by every inhabitant of Canada with Ihe exception of Goldwin but is still current in the United Kingdom as well as in the United that the Dominion will some day be absorbed by the In a remarkable letter by of which appeared in An Easter Treat that will make you feel awaken ing Spring in life andvifror is a bottle of Lethbridge It is rich in malt and pure as the Easter lily and has all the strength of a Spring tonic combined with a delic ious Lethbridge Brewing Malting NATION A r hot hoof and Vet ihosc still lrom vji lilies of the distil The breath of Calvarys Schism atone has had Jnlovc the two victors lust weeks Public the fict bleeding of Canadas economic dependence The subject of a Canadian national iteraturc is receiving more attention than usual just and it is aston shing to see how many persons who write or speak on assume an ar pointing out the dif flcultes and the opportunities and They meet to raise from the precisely defining the would indeed be presumptuous at this stage in the history on her neighbor is most effectually fiorj Here are some of hard acts adduced by By the prratiOTi of Canadas fiscal policy niled States anxious lo btain share of the profits of Cam dian rievclopment found it eccssary to build 1V2 Tt for dust OJ random scorn and reckless And all the wreckage of the to say that j The pillars of a nolla or not national literature in Knglands hour of or to conclude certainty Her eyes shajl never look in To vhoui it may concern This is to certify that I have used MIS ARLVS LTNIMENT mjself as well as prescribed it inmy practice where a was required and nev er failctl to get the desired that there will ever be in this coun try writings sufficiently enduring and penetrating to claim so high a dis tinction To be national in the literature of a country must upon the whole people and live Tn called to Britains with triumph Britains With us to with us to lijuni niv j with them ami in them from genera The sovranc barge of Christendom Perhaps An Kmpire built of each mans righ LTTIITiNT FOR S tion what mediocrity us may is not above To live with honor and le the glory of ng esUblishmenta in the Uit these establishments get but a cry small of the busi there Ixiing no less than 11 actories in The banking nisincss of the Dominion is entirely of that of the United and a financial crisis in the Clous of the Bank of out in an interview appear ing in London little or no cffftot on the values of Canadian the economi progress of as 3lr Roaf both in kind and in de gree from that of its To yearly percent age of gain by immigration is i per in the of liie and only per iu the case of its giant which is now being swamped by the human drainage j JKusterii and Southern whereas into Canada consists of the very material or nation building to be in the Western States iid the Agricultural districts of According to Sir the living on such thewealth f Canada is per whereas hat or the United States does not id per One hundred of Unitel States money is ilready invested in the he influx of capital from thatsource OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY succeeding tt is not for wcekly to take an arbitrary Here this little kingdoms stand on this question by insisting that we have or hare wot the strong throws tree of Britain by the fi O Under the direction of Mc third successful MMOU Stephens Lintons Musical Farce the musical MY WIFES FAMILY Headed by the wellknown Appleton Perry rnpidiy iu volume year significant proof that which fosters local indus dots not prevent capital from socking the more remunerative and safer class of North American inI New Musical Every citizen in Can new new jokest pretty r funny magniScent cot highclass vaudeville Usual thus Koaf the mor for the British is fifteen times to British trade what every citizen in the Stales is should your men ami money go to build up the United when the same men hud money in would give RE FOR day Canada has miles of railway tor grootor roturns to British busi for every thousand as and the men would remain Rrtt compared with 2i miles per thousand iish and not bocome foreigners We 11 rooniod as d can but tiiree lots Price oil Apply Box Bcml4 ;