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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thing will Last Lonf is soiling U be, sorry when spring yon'wore not 011o of early 'investors in fins property. Every a buildmg proposi- lion, high, dry, and level. j Use a little foresight and buy now.' I Call at our office ,or phono 1235. _. Mitford Co., Owners Opposite Herald PATTT By W. H. Falrfleld, Superintendent J'ea'' undertaken on tho experimental farms become more dlversilled, Mid on Ihe s Jiioii at Uthbrklfio where In ad- to largo farm, MOTlinems are beinB carried on ml' JO! irilsalioii, the number of tests to be reported on have Increased to such ex e fall during' the early part of tlio growing season all curly sown and RSiuwlitilv 7 till IV su and especially winter wlic-u t acutely. Crop's Iliat looked e.vl promising early the hut low yields, sown (Ho other hand did ed Thirteenth Street North Prices (o each 2f2iUl Realty Co. L NORTH LETHBRIOGE i'y at one time of the work accnm Mlshed ,he past season to To press that it would be better to lake up different pltiisng of ihp wn "lit these from time to your readers. lOiSlhle to the farmers, especiallv :hose living h, Ule Southern is designed par- ask at all m answer any questions that might wish to put lo us. We re- the details quite plaln'out if h ways a pleasure to elaborate these ore fully when requested w t that the prime object of the I 0" 'heir o, ork Without Money and Without Price "S as "t is possible to do so not onl ".n8' but such other way, as tive for this purple H farm Linn 0. T. LATHROP' e ,boen Interesting, though some instances somewhat disap. The yields of all thQ u non-lrrlgated portion of st" were rather low with the exception of peas and such late wowing crops as turnips, potatoes, etc. On the irrigated of thc lion however, where water 'was .p. Plied in June, and in cases even In Jlay, Ihe yields were very much more satisfactory. ,he however, especially alfalfa, w0 found Ue rainy season rather difficult to as .it was hard to get the fa cured properly. Alfalf-, uamllv makes Its most rapid growth d, I .the hot weather of July and August but this year on account of the manv showers during ,hls the Z- "S h0t as il "rtlnaflly is, s mu "Ot "roduce farm there have several permanent'rotations estaHlished. in s land, and the other 4o tation on Irrigated land Rotation U is a 10-year rotation and s the only one being carried out on the irrigated part of the farm at the present. tlnie which consists merely Of a lield f alfalfa that is being left seeded down Rotation (j cmslsts ot Paths0 by one'acre6 you, need -A root cellar ,1 like this j wbn a prize last year. ''HE drawing_was made from a photograph .of the root-cellar with which A. Purdy, of Lumsden, Sask., won 1 a cash prize in last year's contwt. lA that lut' contest there wfre There will be thrtt ttmet as many (108) m the 1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST chanc" a art ipriie Canada Cement litre arc absolutely no "strings" to this offer, twelve prues for each Province fthr.... nt .1-----t When you write for full particulars, will n Z3o With which teili even y free, and you are under no Stafford Block Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES The C. B. Bowman I conditions. However I jfall during April, Jlay'and'u Tidge, was f on summer fal s. land vvas cu; lately afterward came i 'lha? d have in. each year 80 acres of 10 acres of-potatoes (or other crops such as corn, roots etc) W acres of .wheat and 20 acres boats' or 10 acres of oats and 10 of barter) m mis rotation-timothy has been mlxi ,r n, t alfalfa- in seeding down, so that only two..erdps of hay are cut eaeh'season. pu ing the-value of the. crops prices (lave ton ORALE 50c Rotation T (Non-lrrijatcd) r little over Ifc acres each T of this rotation as follows- Pour years alfalfa In Summer fallow. Turnips. Wheat. Summer fallow.. Winter 'wheat Oats. In this as in Rotation U one field of alfalfa is broken up each vear and is seeded down Farm Of 1020 acres near Oranbrook-'t-B G six in, ps Railway station; 300-acres' natiinil balance can .be-irnW- !l 1 I n -..i- .1 1. I' O I ?T KJIS ormal. On acount of the light rain- Ulsr n! at prices and DRY LAND ROTATION lnOT tlle hated to conserve the moisture to the best advantage and tile alfalfa is seeded In rows with an ordinary grain drill with a grass seeder attachment with a sufficient number of the holes stopped up to have the rows come the distance apart. The spouts' from the grass SMdtr 800ula b JQ arranged that they will deliver the seed down into the shoes.and'care to be used to see that the seed s not planted An inch to an Inch and a half is toe proper depth'. Genuine Grimm alfalfa seed was used n this case as the Tariety.wlll be of reater value for seed purposes This ear the crops on the three fields of Haifa were allowed to ripen seed at least one fair crop of ha' ould have been obtained this yea nd considerable pasture later Th Ifalfa was planted 21. inches'apar n tho future, we plan to. put th ?'Sn_eJ'her 2S or 35 lnches a 21 inches too close to allow ULTIMATUM TO CHINA Peking, Dec Korostovets, the Russian minister, has named China that a rupture ot the negoti'a-' tloh's Is imminent, unless China ceases to delay the Eettiement ot the Mon.' gollan ttuestion. The Lund Land and Development Limited BRITISH COLUMBIA JlJACRESofMEADOW LAND in BRITISH COLUMftl A o 525.00 per ton on cars.. Located on j Station about 300 yards. Summer fallov Turnips Spring wheat Summer fallow Winter whent Oats See it at once. DOUGLAS ethbridge, Alta. "Wine btwnburne, Gennanv, Dec i-__1 owing for a" Increase of wages Twenty ihousand textile workers Irivnl fnr th ......T or wage, Blocked out. Kf.jiahWe Information First Hand Such Information can IThad every week by reading THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA for a sample copy and The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for F-G- HASSARO, W.itern Maniger 301 Domimon Trust Naas Valley 40 acre Farms down and to per month, with 6 per cent interest. particulars on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Sfaflm-d Block SALESTABFF H. GALVIN, MANAGER CORN'ER THIRD Slock and Exchanged. for sale; ,arge Prtc.. reasonable and Seeding Alfalfa Alfalfa and limoth; Alfalfa and timothj Alfalfa and timothy Alfalfa and timothy Alfalfa and timothy Potatoes Wheat Oats'.... Oats Slfi.55 J 0.28 60.U 38.911 65.05 50.S4 C5.05 50.S-I o0.59 70.38 SB.24 43420 378.50 307.3S IMS ed at SO cents per Loohi To SAMTTCIAVS To MY KIDS IT'a 1 WILLOW RIVER This new V'TOWN OF. IM PORTANCE" on main line o Oi and Tnmk Paoifle, ahd Paclnc and Hudson Bar a junction ot Wll low Blvers, British Colum is the southern and near est gatenaj to the great and wonderful Peace River Coun- trj and "SPELLS OPPOR TUNITY for the man m wo- man ivho -nishes to lldlclous U invest a small or larEe amount "Easy payments; M Interest; no taxes Write to Puma's' P'atS PACIFIC BOND AND LAND COR PORATION, LIMITED 04 Pacific Bulld'g Vancouver B C FEED AND P. -0. Box 531 J. Harris and Co. REAL .ESTATE and' INSUKANCE Steamship Agents C. F. K. Labor Agents and .General mcnl Agency Room 3, Begin Blk. LETHBKIDOE Sole Selling ..One line situated lot on 9th Street South (near Third Avo. South) One iind Two Years The Dowsley Mulfaern Land Co. Sherlock Bldjf. 7th ,gf the Ntw York ;