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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Pare 5 LUMI5KR MOULDINGS JOCKOS J _ ROYAL BANK I Ant 1 Cl VClll CCtoC in our sales .commenced advertising direct shipments to the Farmers, and Builders of Southern Alberta. Profits and Large Saks" is our motto Send prclers, large .or they will receive prompt attention arid you will save.from 20 .to 30 per cent on your purchases. A CENTRAL PLASTER CEMENT LIME BRICK WINDOWS LETHBRIDGE YARD 1407 THIRD AVK. S. PHONE 1492 Best-Light'Horses in South jat Fair Irom1 Icoat flue shoeing of grasses, i, .owever, and won all; the pviaiis that given, In collection-was sceti unbeatable Altai brome, grass, red and hat.vq' grassed. The; BtiowItiE In tho Women's "work "-Qicollent, 'sMrprxsfll jig ever before The wood- and painting were extra nhd children's vrorit whs -.of la. oT'jder. Those eli owing in ,tills ,depn Vt merit u F. .Mrs; A. U 3aunu- ers, Miss ur-i! to send en u.-.; j. Live 'pigeons tier! squabsr per do2en. Dressed as follows.: No. 1 No. 2 No.-3 T-r-j's ..22 ,17 .13 fii'kfn .............13 Now is the Tlrat lo Cet o( Ugly Spots There's no longer the slightest of reoiiiiK jaiiamed of your freckles, a new boon discoveral tliut it' froir; th'rty nslloi? of the world BUILDING I NSPEOTOn TJHROWN' i FROM T RACK M'OTO'R' ON WE VBUftN LfNE __________ 1 meet In pklnhnnia. In Oc- ounce- of double J. riigintoth- Co., Ltd.. nnd apply n Htclo nr It aj. 'niyhi und morning and 16u o-jhl_ R02H SGII (hat ovr.n the j Jiavo .begun to disapiwar.' 0. IV H. ft illiiins Inspector John j 1 i1 irhlla tiing on motor; r.e. lie was' ul i a rat c of h? h'.t n cn.ltlr; (xuii rtl that boon ot'cr onlo Elio track from o. idle 1 lumber. -The aafeMcnl re-' frr.cture of tlio arhi Just; A ili.v.v :-' cti car'Ji ti :s at Hciwic: F .la Mcm'.ny. l ud' "the T_ Hcnticr-or. r'r.-.k .1] 'I wiil aUo uo u tai v iiif-1: I'.ic i t "o for n nnu E.-n1.: tho ones have vaniEht 1 I'dou' tb ami and' Curtoi'.is for the cutlroly more thnn postliily 1-iUrnal "rfiiirloa. .Mr. tcilay ivere: .I an o'r.iicc ir. needed 10 cnniple.tely clear f in ort-n '.vcrk Ir.iin j ra 151.77. Tho Uic and g.-ilu- a Ltrttstiful clear special b tat and ti' to the cfi :iut at .He. (o ?li for tim' do Hny In .They rr.-i clenrl ihla is f.o'ld under tl'J his hiji-rios avn not- tcrlous, j ro t-ffi1 ahnut farm- fcxhihitv of tend crops from mid it ilnznii countries ia ana Arsentlna win compels with tho wheat of Canada' and.tlo Unlle'd Slates. Coitoa from California will como Into conipetltlda 'yltb cotton ho Ftiown the sane and pl.ire at Ihi- session of tlie InlernniJnTiol Ilry-rarmlnR1 Cnu-j frnti Iipttrr 'nrni'ng hns from Oklahoraa ond .Teia'a... Corn ineteen aatkjns and members fic-rs In 111 slyly. appointed for Tiilp.i Hip 'Intcrn renre.sent.--tion wMeh has eve scon 'n an .-mrrpiilrnnl will come .-it flf for lir.nnch of- from Mexico will with com Mlsconrl anil. .JrtnKiiB. Oata hownn.- Mlhneaotn.'.'Ors- na fcr'tiis v.-ere lrcr AIISMI -last year "iiivpjiflon in flip .fore-iRne'ra pov- mrn and nf of renl farmfri.whn Tvils.i tn'hiidv meihodn; whoretfy oiny {nrrensp III" pn- nrrr nt thplro'n-n rnrmit In he HeM In ron- iifctlnn. win, the farmrrp wpi with ihosp. of stMr, for world'a ami hor- Auctrkl- and. 'Mexico content for supremacy with oats grown In Oklahoma; Kansas, BuMla nnrl Australia. Plx urcat biitltlEDgg TBOT'Q tlian aqunre feet will to clBvotpi] o'jtlrely Ip'bropa irown In rejslons of small rainfall dry- farmlne Is., practlceii. Eighty ot land'will tia'ui'od for "a farm machine, show and' and power i- 80-calloJ, 'by f.irni solenilafa la' tm Settar forming. U was once to ip- ply oiily lo dliirlcta irhlch lesa than 20 Inbhea of rainfall ann'dallr. In recent yeara'lt has been drtii'onitri- that princlplp! are as vital 'Jn iofl tlllo .Beml-arH. Dry farming, t Is merely, a system of wiereby farniorl Jay raUon. aaft may. establiEh a jtore: reservoir In tha soil which will ho the rainfall until ira ready to u A remnrisbld. lll-.tdtnitlon of th was given- at the governit nt expai went farm In Eouth rlca, la' iThera 17 bmhelis wneat -per tacre ware, Krown under roglite.jpd. rainfall of Ma-half loi narrest 'totlay aMrncHpr tl entire world. 81x1 per. cent earth's -aej-lcuHur, surface Eats, less than SO Inchw rainfall jnnudly, anC !t Ii (tneral t'n'at'any .Bycfe-..- of sc cultlvntton which will permit tl growth of good 'crops' nufler IUCD'CO of BKrlcultural country. this fact that .deleKfttM nitloDB, .'covarlns eVery eon1 riant on the froni i October 32 to_ study tnt proposed mttUrrrii l. for U ;