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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHiKIDOI DAILY KfRALD, FBtOAY. DICtMlER 3. 1tOT Brook Bond Tea Carr's Biscuits DEMONSTRATION AT The GOOD Co.'s Store All this week. Step inside and have a cup of tea free. Special prices on this famous tea while the Demonstrator is here RESULTS OF SOME OF THE EXPERIMENTS CARRIED OUT ON THE IRRIGATED FARM A change from last season has been made in the plans [or carrying out the varietal tests on the irrigated farm. It has been dec the full number of varieties in testing- the drain on the irrigated farm as ate used on the iion-liT'sated farm. There are two reasons for this. The 'Us, grain gmwlni is probably not destined to be the leading crop grown, this part of the Province, and secondly tne resuut, farm as to the most suitable varieties will in a irrigated lands so only a few varieties of wheat, oats test irrigated farm. Experimental Farm. April 26th at the rate of about one bushel and two on irrigated lands in from the non-irrigated large measure apply to Results of uniform Sown -M-H-I-H-1- FORD Fire Alberta Is NOW open for business, with a full line of Tm- ported and Domestic GROCERIES CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS.AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. 1 !T .U "I I SI? I x 4 I Royal Shoe Co LINED MITTS FELT SLIPPERS FELT SHOES DRESS SHOES RUBBERS OVESRHOES place .Jor residents of North Lethbridge to bzty their furniture, chinaware, glassware, etc., yi Furniture Co. Westminster Rd. North Lethbridge Royal Shoe Co J FOR STERLING VALUE Crabb St. Op. Bank Montral .J. Lethbridge, Alta. pecks per acre. Varieties tested Average Yield 2 years bu. Ibs. .43 5 Preston Huron Red Fife H Stanley Average Days Matur'g 2 years 119 117 118 120 119 Yield in 1909 bu. Ibs. 43 0 Days Matur'g 19 O'J 41 39 37 34 116 110 113 116 113 I 11 I 111 I I 11 IiIIIII 111MI II I I I II I II 111 IIII III What You Can Buy For I r f Ladies' Velour Calf Blucher, "Fit-well" Brand. A useful winter shoe, per pair Ladies' Vici pat. tip, "Fitwell" Brand. A stylish dress shoe. Per pair I Ladies' Fine Tan Calf Blucher, "Fit-well" Brand. J- Per r .Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici Kid, or "Kang- F aroo" leather, blucher cut. Made on latest niod- .T els. "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Working Shoes, from, per pair .....12.00 j. House slippers in all the newest designs. Call and inspect our goods No winter wheat was 55 35 43 28 23 Winter Wheat s planted on the irrigated land in the summer oi 1908. Oats plots on irrigated farm Results of uniform test _ ,_ Alta. Sown April 23rd. rate o two pecks per acre. Experimental Farm, about two bushels and Varieties tested American Average Yield 2 years bu. Ibs. ..89 9 ..S3 37 13 11 1 Improved 2 Banner 3 Irish Victor 4 5 Danish island v 6 Sixty jJay (for one year) 1 Barley (Six-Rowed) Results of uniform test plots on irrigated Lethbridge, Alta. Sown May 7th at the rate of pecks per acre. Average Varieties tested Yield 2 years bu. Ibs. 1 Claude ......................61 3I Average Days Matur'g years 115 117 114 US 118 Yield in 1909 bu. Ibe. Days Matur'g 1909 5 BAY I'M II M II'M i I M H-H-H- Women 90 82 79 0 22 32 -'14 63 18 116 118 115 118 115 100 Healthy Unless the Kidneys are Well. 1 Your J Prescriptions o Average Days Matur'g 2 years 103 100 101 98 Weak, lame or aching backs the first sign of Kidney Trouble. Under ordinary conditions they ought .j. to be strong and ready tc bear burdens of Hie. It is hard to do housework with weak Experimental Farm, i and aching back. come from j sick kidneys cause. Days 1 But they can't help it. If more work Matur'g j put on them than they can stand it is not Yield iii 1909 bu. Ibs. 63 36 58 36 61 12 53 36 1909 101 101 101 9S 2 Mansfield 3 Odessa 4 Mensury Barley (Two-Rowed) Results of uniform test plots on irrigated farm, Lethbridge! Alta! Sown May 7th at the rate of about one bushel and three pecks per acre. receive expert attention with only first quality of drugs and exact quantities. Your doctor will be alto- gether satisfied if your pre- scriptions are dispensed at the Experimental Farm, i Average Average Varieties tested Yield Days 2 years Matur'g bu. Ibs. years Standwelt 67 9 105 Sw edish Chevalier -.......65 0 105 EXPERIMENTS Yield in 1909 bu. Ibs. 64 IS US 36 SEED PER Days 1909 HAD INSIDK INFORMATION At a party Sarah's aunt said to i her, "Child, you-cat a great deal for a little girl ot three." Sarah replied, "Oh, I'sc not so little on the inside, Amt. of seed Ibs. 15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 WITH DIFFERENT RATES OF Spring Fife Yield 1909 Average tor 2 years 102 104 ACRE i to be wondered that they get out of order, t Weak back is simply a warning from _ the kidneys and should attended to immediately so u to avoid years of terrible suffering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you in the game way as they have cured thousands others. Miss Alberta B. Clarke, Stoney Creek, Out., was troubled with kidney trouble for several years; mv back was weak, I had such terrible head- aches, and was so restless I could not sleep i at night and tried everything without j any benefit. Meautime a friend advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, so I got People's Drug Store NORTH WARD: W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert T- Druggist Optir'si X Phone 445 Night I advise everyone suffering from Kidney j ceed with its consideration bu. 35 29 33 29 36 38 38 3S Ibs. 0 20 20 '20 0 00 40 30 bu. 32 33 3S 3S 38 34 Ibs. 30 30 55 40 0 25 15 25 try them." Price 50 cents per box. or 3 fof at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify King used in Banner used in 1909 Amt. of seed Ibs. 15 30 45 60 75 90 .105 120 EXPERIMENTS WITH Amt. of seed Ibs. 15 30 60 75 9ft 105 Yield 1909 bu. Ibs. Average for 2 years bu. Ibs. 91 S9 84 g7 88 93 94 82 0 14 24- S IS 10 70 73 78 SI 7S 81 74 27 20 S IS lr> 28 6 14 French Treaty Before House Ottawa, Dec. Commons dis- posed of business in a workmanlike manner at the short AVedncsday sitt- i ing. It was private members' day but owing to the desire of the House to have the French treaty disposed of bv the Senate without delay the so- DIFFERENT RATES OF SEED PER ACRE Mensury Barley Yield lOQiJ Average for 2 years Tm. Ib'si? bu. Ibs. 40 20 36 1- 28 vernment was given an opportunity to move the third and final reading of Mr. Fielding's bill ratifying the supplementary convention. There was little opposition to its passage 44 45 51 47 42 47 12 24 24 24 40 41 3S 41 S 16 25 12 only, results for a lumber of'years "are required before _ IS lOr Cl "A .-i-n-t' conditions are er VAH.ET.ES OP HELD PEAS out in the report for the non-Irrigated farm we believe from _ iemular native lieutenant, umbrella over ed in the Afghan war of 1879 and in Ahineclabad, British Tndia. Dec. 1. .roy's Minto, the Viceroy of India, I who holdirs; an and Lady Minto had a narrow escape j Lady .Minto. ;LIH! fell from being killed by bombs. They the ground, were driving through one of the j i streets when, without warning, two bombs were thrown at their carriage. A dragoon who was riding along- side spurred forward and with of Canada from 1904. j ficials. and for a year or more there stretched sabre intercepted the first jL.ldy is a daughter of General! has fear of an uprising against bomb, hurling it some little way into {tj1P 'Honorable Clutrles Grey. 'Before' British rule, based on these almost) a sand heap. ibeins appointed to the Canadian' post; daily attempts on the lives of British' The second bomb struck the Vice-'Lord Minto WHS in T'IP army and officials. sheep. and iIKjia M..; Egyptian campaign of 1882. He harmlessly 10 j was secretary to General Lord Rob- jerts. at rhe Cape in 1SS1. o.xph''JtHl. :'s the soft! Attempts nave been made in India is u buffer. against Lord Minto. Lord to lias been Viceroy of i Sir Andrew Fraser. Lieutenscnt Gov-j 1005. Hi- governor! ernor of Bengal, and many other of-j popular i smaller c in the sheep and hogs the field to e that shell off and fall the Off course this scheme the following is a list of the different varieties tested this season: Peas Variety Wisconsin Blue Daniel O'Rourke Gregory Golden ine Early Britain Grey Yield bu. ....31 ....28 ....24 ..-..23 Arthur Paragon White Marrowfat Mackay Blackeye Prince Victoria Picton Prussian Marrowfat .16 .15 .13 .13 Ibs. 0 SO 0 30 0 30 30 30 30 0 30 0 30 (i 0 0 Average 2 years bu. 24 21 22 20 VII 16 19 18 20 17 16 1.9 14 13 Ibs. 6 42 4 39 12 47 54 40 29 25 4 34 14 20 45 14 Saviors S THE BANK OF TORONTO receives savings deposits of SI .00 nml upvards. mid adds intorfst to all balances twice ;i. ypar Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge Branch: T. W, McEACETERN. Mgr. to pro- tomor- row. Hon. Sidney Fisher's bill to amend the inspection and sale act which have already been explained were ad- vanced a stage. Arthur Meigh-en, Portage la Prairie introduced a bill to amend the Rait- way Act. He proposes to amend the three clauses which dealt with the liability of railway companies re- garding 'failure to Act, thus averting tions. J. E. Armstrong, informed that -the comply with the legal conipllca- Lambton, was- total number of acres1 of Indian lands sold by the go- vernment since 1895 is and the money received from the sales One hundred and twenty'' islands owned by the 'Indians bave teen sold by the government. ?.tinn.u; Corrigan, nurse in training at St. James Hospital, Ottawa, died as a result oi injuries received Nov. 23rd, from falling flown an elevator shaft. Incorporated 1855 Our New and Up-to-date Stock. You will appreciate our prices once you compare Seventeen varieties of corn rows three feet apart. Blue .................11 Corn were planted in ____.......... not only planted in hills three feet apart each way but also in'Yows three feet apaVt'with the kernels dropped three or four inches apart. The viekl from both methods are given in the tables. The corn was in- tended only for fodder. Most of the varieties were in at time or cutting on September 7th, but a few had started to form cobs. The weight civcn is the yield of green feed inst as it was cut in the field. As tionod in the report of the non-Irrigated farm some of the varieties in the garden ripened seed. Variety Yield in rows Yield in hills tons Ibs. tons Ibs. THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET didn't meet the thirsty lip with any more enjoyment in your childhood days than does the glass of pure sparkling Lethbridge beer in your manhood. You know it is pure, and that you can drink in the advantag- es of health, and while sipping ks foamy arsd delicious contents. For that "tired feeling" try Alberta's Pride beer. The Lethbridge and Maltmg Comnany, Ltd Goods See our stock before yew purchase your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LATOKS' fOSTCHRS ilABK TO ORDER. OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Early Mastodon Superior Fodder Mammoth Cuban Compton's Early Eureka Longfellow Salzer's All Gold ,.12 ,J2 .1.1 ,.10 ..10 .9 j Selected Learning Angel of Midnight ...........9 ate Cap Yellow Dent ......S Wood's Northern Dent ........8 Triumph ....................S (CONTINUED ON PAGE ELEVEN) 11SO 1S5Q 1300 1430 17SO 1560 700 700 150 ISoO 1600 1160 1600 3380 430 S30 12CO 1200' 430 430 630 1680 1750 1730 Sherlock Block Glyn Street X ;