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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mm Th� store or quality. ftj*Lf*.f .-j^iArp-ir -f"^ "*-^-a- ^,rr r . .-y.. DEMONSTRATION Commencing today and continuing all week MRS, HUBBARD will demonstrate the merit* of GOLD STANDARD TRA8. COFFEE, - JELLY POWDFRS AND EXTRACTS For the benefit of the ladies of the city and surrounding district The goods are all guaranteed absolutely pure and the best on the nmrkot to-day. This guarantee, being bucked by n responsible firm of many years standing in the West, insures perfect safety in your using those goods. The demonstration by Mrs. Hubbard, who is export in her department, will give you muny valuable hints as to the use and superiority of these goods. Test the goods and ask for Qold Standard Receipt book when you will be satisfied. Nelson �s in the faces of discouraged farmers, ruin crops and defy erodlca> tlon. Their death knell hns been sounded by Professor II. A. Moore of the college of agriculture experiment station of the University of Wisconsin, who has just announced the results of a series of experiments made by him end under-his supervision by sev cral farmers In various parts of Wisconsin, snd who has proved by these experiments that a 10 per cent solution of sulphate of Iron, applied at the right time and itnder the proper condition*, will kill all the wild mus tnrd in a flcltl of grain without injuring a stalk of grain. The discovery conies as the reward of ""many years of research, carried on by experts and kractical furmcrs In all ports of the world, tor a melh- 'prlxes. A curious anomaly is now In od' oi extermination which would kill force here, the price of wheat being weeds without retarding on injuring at the elevator for No. t Alberta the crop or poisoning it for thestock lied .*�0 to 51 cents per bushel, where to vhlch the stolks were fed. ThcM as n Rrltlsh Columbia buyer (a mil-experiments, together with the da  lor) Is phylng .">"> cents. The prices inond that the process shall lie in* I be'the prices on the world's markets expensive, are nil met in tho present ' quoted at Fort William are sold to discovery. and these rule elevator prices. is While the ex|h>rimen'ts so for made the world's market price different in with the sulphate of Iron have hud j the East lo what it is in the West? special reference lo wild mustard. The farmer should pray night and against which I he farmers of tho day for more railroads, more cars, northwest have a rotrlfnunl Isittle, jund thus more competition. Whore j results indicate that tho spraying i there are two railroads competing will be nn equally effective enemy of 'cars are not so scarce und prices are [nil pests, cockle burr, smart weed, {belter.-Allierta Star. I Spanish needles, ami that worst of I [all pesls, the Canadian thistle. ISOMETHINO N'EW IN WEED INSPECTION. It Will Pay CP. R. Men �.a To Give Us a Gall '[ Hi nitnfnii it has been impossible to WHEN YOU HAVE "THAT THIRST" OH 'eradicate wild mustard, the constant what more cooling, quenching, pal-1 n�ht k�M> down, if left liatititt and altogether satisfying unci!"'0"" � f*w *T*� �'� Tv' ioy bringing than a bottle or two ofiam� "f  l0!*t!* �"'*0� �" detrimental effect narillii, ginger beer. Ironbxew,orange;0" the groin, cider etc., in qt. and pt. bottles, 24 J Om-of the chief values of the discok to the case. Served at your door oniw>""�� iiw agriculturist is ths fact order. Lethbridge Brewing ~r Malting Company, Ltd."� that the solution is cheap enough to be practicable. To spray one ncre of in requires about 100 pounds of The Alberta Department of Agri- j culture Is making a new dospnrturej In weed control, believing that it is i possible to do something else by way I of combatting the spread of weeds, ! besides ordering the destruction in summer of crops which are badly Infested with them, the Depnrtmcnthas sent out nil the weed inspectors In the province for a week to see what can be done towards persuading farmers to adopt methods of cultlvat . ion which will tend to encourage the ] germination of weed seeds ami the j | destruction of the young plants. Ihj - j Brick house and 6 lots, near Elevator New house on Bartlet St. House and 2 lots, Block C. TERMS EASY 20 lots, 3 min. from Westminster School $125 each. Terms. 2 business lots, Block 33, $5,000. 40 lots in Block C, $450 each. Terms. I TOR THE PEST SERVICE IN (�MMaa^BMaaBaaHOBaaas LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE ron sulphate dissolved in .VI imllons *, ,f i'wre the crop Is grown. u ,,k,,,,, , , ,,, . ,, .. .1 With this object In view, last sum Machinery for distributing the.solu- ... . i _ n.i, . . . , i mcr the local inspectors were turn � lion over the fields In not vet bong 1, , . , , . , , . , ,,,,.,, . , , , ' if-hcil with a book in which they not made In this country, but it is pus ' slid HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. Wu cun guarantee yon complete satisfaction. device will soon I* put on the homo market in response to the demand. The sprayer, which was imported from Germany for the making of the equipment, costs Sl.'lo. It looks much like a ehemicnl engine on two wheefs. Connected with the lurgo copper tank, which hoUiH 75 gallons of the solution, nre pipes extending from each side of thetank for 10 feet and having holes on the undor side through which the solut  ion is forced. A spread of 20 feet is thus secured and it tnkes but little 1 line l�) cover a Held. A pump is set j in motion by the movement of the machine and maintains a pressure nf ]iu) pounds on the liquid. I'KI HAlSINCi PAYS. (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) immmiffi9��mi9�m9i99f�Mif9i�iif�i ed those farms that were very dirty and which seemed to require special attention. They were thus enabled this spring to proceed without loss of time to the worst places to dls  cuss the weed situation with tho owners and to leave them tho fol -lowing cirrulur as a memorandum for their guidance. It contains sug-: gcttlons which may be useful to oth-1 or f.nuers besides those woo hud to j bo visited on account of having dirty farms. , methods ok cultivation sue.-' (jester where land is ' ham a' infested with WEEDS. j It is always best to -burn the stub-! bio off In the spring if posalble. This 1 destroys many weeds seeds and the land works better when there is no stubble. Disk as early in the spring as possible and harrow. This covers tho j weed seeds and encourages their germination. j When the smull wood plants are seen all over the field 'the land ought to he disked and harrowed again to [destroy them and encourage the ger-tninntion of n new crop. | About the beginning of June tho , )nnd should lie plowed ami packed if possjl |n, and if not. at least harrow-;od every day as it is plowed, and a : The H. MacBeth Agency Office-Higmbotham Block, Round Street | the fiotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER KATES ,$1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA As an instance of how quickly a j farmer can turn over his money if | he goos into pig raising intelligently I I we draw attention to the experience | of Sum l'yn in the Horn Hill dis-itrl^'t, ns an object lesson for others; I to follow. I | Two >enrs ago this spring he hud i lone sow ami she gave him a litter of ,ten pigs. He sold $�0 worth of pork , that year and kept five sows. Ijnst J spring six sows gavo him fifty pigs. |I^astfall he sold $510 worth of pork jl;osides selling two or three to his neighbors and keeping one for him-. .....  ,, , , ... , !crop of beardless barley sown. It is self making at least 15.10 from the 1 . n.-l._ .... spring litters. The same six sows|"a J gave him fall litters to the number j of AH pigs, and last week at his sale OS young sows were sold at an aver We believe in SOUTHERN ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. I IN THE age of 18 each or $155. making hU ! lantttBl, J sales from last year'* litter ovt.r I*"*"* ,,nj' VMd" wh,ch mBy haV� 81000, and ho has on hand nov five old sows und spring litters amounting to 47 pigs. This all from ono sow two yours ago this spring. But, , , , o(\ turity, itmay bo cut ns green feed , before the weeds are ripe. Usually 'however, ft will Ik- found that the growth of hurley will choke and kill ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rattt $1.50 and $3.00 pur Iky FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION intern Northern Alberta to sowthis j up till the middle of dune. J When the crop is about six inches \ high It will In.- found of great nd-to harrow it as this v 1!1 We have soma special selected tracts of very fine land DISTRICT also some bargains near Stirling and Warner. Writ* to our Cleneral Office for inforatfttioB. M. C. ItNOWLES, General Agent LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. I sprouted, und help i eiicoumge the 'growth of tho crop. I If there is still a quantity of wuods ' inthe crop when it approaches ma- Herald Ads. Bring Results. you say, ho must have fed a lot grain. Thut is just the mistake many farmers make. Ho fed last year loss than .100 busltulH of barley. He fed barley chop sparingly, sometimes mixed with oat chop, had lots of milk, had a good pasture for thoin to run in, made, them rustle in tho straw stack, gave them dry quarters to sleep in, fed them all the roots such us turnips, potutocs, etc., he could, and fed the young litters and the mothers sonw shorts occasionally and if there is any settler who has hud greater success with pigs than Sam has had, wu want lo hear of it. -Hed Deer News. 'THE VEHETAHI.B (lAIU)EN*. Jla\o a vegetable gnrden ovon if you must do all the work on it yourself and cuiinot havo a plot any bigger thuii a pocket handerkerchief of generous dimensions. You can soy radishes and lettuce in that as soon ns the frost is out of tho ground. These two are refreshing and appetising and will prove so enjoyablo thut some one will be imlucod to add out enough to that garden space to plant the dozen cabbage and tomato plants that you started from seed In any weeds which maj come up after wards. Whero fall wheal is grown this method of disking and harrowing at Iroquont intervals during tho summer should be continued till it is time to plow for the fall wheat. XfJTK: It Is particularly Important lo disk and harrow as soon as possible in the spring and also to harrow the growing grain when it ia six inches high. ygriimiiTirililiriiriffirrilir~iririmTiiTTi~TriT~iTrr H-nnrnrini-iiiinTiTnn-niriiTiiliiTiBiiiittSiPiiiMMMgsaM Ccthbridqe iron Works Co, Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns* Sashweights SUFFERED FOft FIVE YEARS WITH KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLE. "1 suffered for Ave yours with kidney and liver trouble, which caused severe pains across the back and a blinding headache. I had dyapapala and was so constipated that I could not nove rny bowels without a oathable. I waa cured by Chaabarlaia'a Stomach and Liver Tablets aadhava bean well now for six naoatha," aay* Mr. Arthur �. Bt.ckiaad of Ohat -tanooga. Tsaia. For sal* by All fPrucglata. MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valves Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Mttal BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KIN COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED I J TENDERS WASTED. ! Tenders for building n school house at Keho District, No. 1558. will he received up to Wednesday, May 1st. Tho lowest or uny tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be addressed to 0. J. HUNT, Secretary-treasurer. Lathbridgo L H. FOWLER & CO. (lunrrul niacksmithing and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag- ns, windmills, funning mills, cream separators, grain picklera, bU'Jk- mith coal. UCTHBMDCI, ALBERTA. CATTLE ASTRAY. During the wlntar a auaahar oftoad of cattle have strayed aato ny premises, Sec. 38, Tp. 9, Raafa 22. Brands are Imlistlnet. Owner can hava aama $ V*y**9 expenses. r . �� josjm wmxn. � ,1  91 ;