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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Finish! may bring you the McLaughlin As soon as tons are sold, a Coupon will be drawn from the sealed box and the person hpldmg the number will get the swell new Cash must accompany We are in the draying business on a big scale. Prompt work and entire satisfaction guaranteed. I THE MoRisoN DIXON TRANSFER Co PHONE inn Av "THE TRANSFER LETHBFIDGE. Office over Hid Wukely Store [cause the roots to pierce even Sure Growth AT For the Tillers of the Soil RELIANCE I. one of the leading Coal Mining Centres of Alber- ta. A lot of money has beer, invested in a modern plant. Firo clay has been discovered in extensive quantitieB, and its means that Reliance .ill be a great industrial centre.: FABMEIt'S PAKAGKAPEIS. j-Lecomes.iiioro .and more cut off and The fuel shoruig- was serious en- more intensive farming must bo car- Jffh. It "Would KJIVO mitfVi i T. E, PATTESON ALBERTA farther ough. It nave much riwi worse had it not 'been sc-itled before the recent cold snap, borne steps taken by ths government to provide against such strikes in r C future. jmciU I diflicu! More injury is done to brood mares ln by over, attention than by lack of attention. Plenty of iced is'required but exorcise along xvkh it keeps the mare more vigorous and helps to colts. the umbo; because every attempt has jthe added support of food stor- ed up by the decay of the former roots 'to help at a little farther -down In JIagrath, Raymond and Leth- bridg-e, where irrifjation is resorted to, field crops of alfalfa yield two tons to tlie acre at each of two cut- tings 'in a season. In districts ON THE SIDE As predicted in the Herald last .J. Moo, the popular C. P. ..R. agent here has .been transferred to CYanbrook. No more affable orcour- it, and xdien after having travelled' a distance of three furlongs aivcl u cross three streets he recounted the circumstance to'Mrs. Katheryn Tan- ner who was just leaving her houses 'go into the garden. Mrs. Tanner promised to keep a sharp lookout for tho floating treasure and the yotmj man continued his search. Mrs. Tanner walking forward to her garden patch happened to gianco along a of cabbages saw the truant treasure tucked neat- fanner must more .Medicine Hat not of .'deal has been done towards tryin partment instituted a system o known in this dry region many a time to do a good turn for oporat-5vc experiments and -ihis difficulty is to so nurture the plants Extra food -is required io'makc up folio wed, in partmont and j given in i jibility of growin 'been the good the Alberta Da- Particular attention j of your hum- for cold. To supply hea-t. food is ljie scl'varJt to' spend t-hvmost of needed as fuel in aniinsil life. The Ice- S'x weeks' .in inspecting these landers in northern Manitoba are arrivo at a final conchiK.on. overcoming this by warming the wa- Lct ine yo" at the outset. tor before giving fjt to the 'dairy cow. hmvovcr- ;tbat the work is only 'giin and only a partial report can season as to gct-their rootL to penetrate the water-table. This is jdone by having the land vn good tilth and free from weeds and Jmr- rowing ths crop frequently durin the groxx'ing season. At Macleod and leavings sonw of the plots xvere doing'sufficiently well to indicate that thft failure in others was duo more to bad management than to faulty soil or climate. At Are now on the market. They sell from to a lot, according to location. 10 PER CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT That the report is jinconiplcte The Noxious Weeds' Act in the west all 'Jackson are as .CAadidfttea in Cranbrook. A seed fair will be held at Cards- ton in February. where else in the world, but grain at The pass towns elected ohi> .is filing nnri rv> -__L _ __ 1 4 _ overseers: iVank, J jj por. nwr; .TJIairmore W man, D. J. Jrdntyre. grass ihny is unbalance! withotit a goodly j proportion of grain ami ex-on thon .-lacks succuloncy. The of to shoxv alfalfa seldom if grows if sown xvlth a nurse crop. Many of the experimenters knexv this but fc-xv seenvxl to realize the fact that an abundance, of weeds acts d-Mrimcnlal towards the young alfalfa plants in just the same way that sv groxving crop of grain does. To get a good stand the ground must bn clean and must bo kept clean till the plants are xvell rooted. To do this it -.swell to harrow the crop from when it is three inches high, wjfh a slant tooth The pressure of the need for- has not made itself'upon the This treatment kills tha weeds retains the moisture, And helps the young plant to Jake sufficient root. In the Pinchor Creek and Cardsion districts ami that strip of rountry n about fifty of .the moun- tains alfalfa is past its experimental 2tt for crops arc Ijcing V Marxist on branch of inz AUwrta tinier, C. P. .n. Agent at j farmers Association proposes to transfcrned to .erect a grain elevator oml Hour Agricul ture to erect mill at that point. t his fact long Ijefore the farmer. -Iwcatiso so long as the cattle have free range and abun- dant pasture no need of winter fod- der is recognized; but as the range where the surface is. underlain north country as upon tha south nnrl consttocntjy-' .such interest has noti ;aken in th-a subject of alfalfa but it is my humble opinion as one who has been constantly on the road from Vogreville to.Cardston since tbo first of July that alfalfa is the com- ing fodder crop of Alberta: ami I a- xvait with interest -tcv sec x-hc-ther my opinion can -backeti by fut.uro facts It is the interest of the ac societies to see 'that the date men are appointed the co-operation cxporinuTit'al the railway will forgo ahead in world. Cranhrook is fitting a mighty gocxl LoUi- Lridge parts' with him with' -'heaps of i Young, of the Raymond ......f- Chronicle is a flowery writer. and last he completed tho it n i___ rounds nU. it couivjs to a description of anything theatrical-ho is right at home. The Roscian Opera Company visited there recently ar.d. this is the. x-uy the Chronicle referred to -the gather- ing in the meeting house: What visirns of splendor come mar- shalling themselves m the imagina- tion wrought 'by those magic Opera. A vast blazing xr-ith Jghts. ;L -briUiant assemblage ol Beautiful xvomen arrayed mostly sn ewelry, looking like scantily -draped mimals studded with dexvdrops, handsome and menclad n dress, suits revealing a vast >anse of shirt front'ami xvhosc ry mark proclaims their prosperity. This the vision: the reality, cur op- ra: the meeting house tilled with a ealt.hy 'happy, .smiling audience, re from paper sacks Jost un'd recovered treasure was of course the logical and highly sat- isfactory consequence. .'Judge boasting that lie has .curled by daylight. gas electric light, lamp ex- rounds by playing by candle light. AsIc any merchant what hml the biggest demand for this inonth and lie will tell you candles right away. Candles lighted stores nnr-d resklences many nights during the spell, of weather; .which ijrtcrfeivd with -the Klectric Light' Co. Ity tho way Manager Freeman deservesgreat, rredi-t, for the way JUT able to the plant moving' tit half pitch, jr.: up night, and clay and neai-ly wore hims.ilf Out 'in to kenp the light and power on. Raymond ures of a revelling in the picas- game. Here '-In -tho way it goes, according to the Chron- icle: On'Wednesday evening. Dec. 19 will occur the novel spectacle of the town beaux selccting-Rs partners ihc''ihin- nest and lightest weight ladies to by I.TCIten irom paper KICKS iiguiusi, weignt ladies to by r.-ii'ng xvjth candy n.mi nuts, drink- I had young nio.n will be tawd ng in the voluptuous strains of onc for 16 ounces that his ul.ivans o r roaring trith Partner xveighs on specially .laughter at t.he absurdity of scales. Unfortnn_ifoiT- __ i.iiv Ol X.r and -thus to take .advantage of the jberfs libretto as interpreted bv lioeral assistance iho Department of capable company. Agriculture is giving in Uiis Sine. '_ The wind plays great havoc in Tlaymond sometimes. It oven blows the currency the realm, about like some foolish mortals-. The Chronicle -tells the following: A remarkable'- case of hopelessly A. Munro, in Farnxrrs' Ad- BAD WEATHER EAST. Downor was >m from >faple '..j v. on Saturday. He reports the .losing and almost immediately find heaviest snowfall and coldest xroa- j mg ft S50 bill occured here in Ray- ther down 4hcrc they have. had. in mond 'a short time ago ten years. The main line train he ttay Powell carrying n came up en was running 26 ho11rs bill in the same pocW with "his lato. A rumor has been in circuit handkerchief havin- occision h- lion that Mr. Doxvncr was to thoughtlessly took hiiT hanlkerchS to reside but hastily- from MS pocket the bill he xvould not confirm if. A d.slressing accident occurred at I-undbreck last week in which Dapy Johnson, a tmnor in the employ of jcheviously darting forth wish it. The wind was Mowing a gate at the time and Hay sawr tlw precious bill float Axv.ty in a of dust. -non my tricts. that repeated attempt, wov.M in J oi of people, en anything of scales. Lniortunatcly the .toxvn Ply of anti fat 'is fn the blockade antl young ladies who are seeking to roduce weight are forced to tho harrowing practice of denying 'them- selves fowl, and if -there haggard cheecks sunken eyes on that oc- casion of revelry, tha public know the ciTort it has cost the young to get there. A man named Elton -has been elect- ed an officer of n Toronto Musical Society. He must surely be a fttive of that famous musician, Dav- id Elton, the coon song art- ist of Cardston. on 5-' P. Kllison Manager of Knight Sugar Co. went South Saturday morning last to take much ncodcd rest. This year's campaign htvs a most arduous ;ne for Mr. Ellison on his the most unflagging effort