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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta -V OF CANADA Capital, lest art Un- divided Exceed The Habit of Savlig systematically has made more men "well off" have large incomes, fortunate investments and 'luck" combined. It is practically a certain road to'a comfortable competence. A S'lvtigs AcCOflflt in the Union Bank will help you form the habit of saving. Open a Savings Account with or to it regularly as much as you can we will add Interest at the highest current rate at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andersonr Manager. IRMERS TOLD ABOUTTREES AND SOIL CULTURE, TOO vast number iUtlitlci. showed were 86 per cent, of these still in floumhing condition. How to plant seems to be quite a LITHMIDOf, ALTA., TUlWAY, It. plantation or iheltw-belt, advising tht applicant as to the preparation i i of the soil, the: varieties of to bs grown, proper system of planting auction with- some, many tlnnkinc that just a narrow belt of trees should wiu be sufficient for any purpose, but he ull: to place .trees in -a wide belt thiB is not only less expen- give to keep up but in every way better Trees should VTHER1NG AT LETHBRIDGE ADDRESSED BY A. MITCHELL, DIAN HEAD, AND D. W. WARNER, OF EDMONTON. IN- Oliver Hall was comfortably on Saturday afternoon to hear Issrs. A. Mitchell, of Indian Head, 1.1 D. W..Warner, of Edmonton, dis- is' the respective subjects of tree Anting.and soil culture. There were present as Mr. Mitch- said, just the people he wanted to Six years ago.when addressing [meeting "in Lethbridge he-went on had to speak to a hall full [citizens, the people were not really icerned as ..the farmers were, al- ugh perhaps very interested, and he was ;see so rep. sentative a crowd of live farmers. he need of trees was Mr. Mitch- r s first and he expressed Irne very 'decided opinions along lis line stating that in the build- Ig and" making of a place- ;tp- ..be llowedby -the.name trees ire essential. The farmer-is a busy [an and in. his varied .occupation Ics .manythings that "make a change ]r him, he goes-over the hill and other juses, or it may be, a _bunch of erases loom; up in the to reak the monotony of the-..wide area vision but to; the wife always: in ..'e -house -there is no such opportun- Iy given her in the life, continually [ved within tlie house, seeing noth. K and having no place: of test for eyes, just a large expanse ;6f rackiess prairie with little ,.or. no ia.t2ge. Such.-conditions.-should be if not.for the -wife-then ior je sake of-the little ones, wlio love of nature green and. who ike keenest pleasure in playing feneath-the shade of trees that con- titute a part and a ome.- large part of The average farmer puts up the pJoa in defense of such arrangements as this that the growing of a grove is'well nigh impossible in this coun- try but Mr. Mitchell proved beyond doubt that such an excuse is non- sense ior the conditions in, this. coun- try are for- tree growing and by many photographs taken of surrounding copses and plantations-right In Alberta and'with- in-.a few miles of the city made his audience to feel that il farmers- wish- ed, withiri a few .years our highways and farm surroundings might have a luxuriant ''growth' of 'trees refresh- ing alike to the eye and mind, not -productive of cool shade ior their elders but affording pleasure to the children still "engaged with their games, who in after life.; would- never forget-that corner, and always remember with gratitude the care oi the parent who had made such a. thinjr possible.. Trees like- grain are a crop and need .attention, and .the ground must be made ready to- receive, the seed- also not be planted far apart. Four feet apart was a safe and a highly desirable distance for them. Upon mining maturity, a grove of trees twenty yards wide and at tms dis- tance apart would offer splendid pro- tection from the wind and weather. The distance, trees should be planted from the house is from thirty to forty yards for as the speaker .pointed_out, the trees are not always going to re, main small, but m time become large and spread .and if too near the house -will keep light and air away, and also there is a great .advantage to be gained from this space inter- vening between the house and the trees, which can be used as a garden for vegetable stuffs., ,and if as sug- gested the lines of trees be at least twenty yards apart this space could also be used for potato growing, a? had been proved with great success One of the '.greatest enemies that seedling trees have to contend againsl is blue joint grass and Mr. Mitchel! laid great emphasis on this. There is not sufficient nurture in "the grounc for seedling trees-and this grass at once. Therefore great care must be taken to eliminate this, entirely. How to Get Trees. How to get trees was then discus- sed and the lecturer read the fol- lowing instructions from Circular No 3 issued by the .Department of the Interior which-gives lull particulars ..The Forestry Branch of the De partment- of the Interior is preparec ac'.'far as the means at its' dispose will permit, to assist farmers aud others in sections of Man itoba, Saskatchewan and. Alberta, u the growing of forest plantations and shelter-belts. The system adopted may be stat- ed' as 1-. It is'proposed that any owner o land wishing to avail himself of th co-operation of the Government in planting and cultivation of a per forest- plantation or "shelter belt .shall make' application to Hrst the" ground, needs, vto rbe-ibrbk- en and after the upturned soil lias been thoroughly allowed to rot .-the cultivator should be put on and the ground should, be -cultivated to- a n-ood- depth; if this- carefaHy; at- tended" to there is no. .fear whatever of the trees not growing: Directions "iveu with each parcel sent out these -should '.be strictly follow- ed." Since the department was .opened over thirteen .of. trees have been sent out (and the speaker, de- scribed how each parcel was packed wet moss or.mud) and put of this ______ th Tree Planting Division .a Indian Head, Sask., stating the quar ter section on which the plantatioi is'proposed to be made, the nature o the soil and how cultivated, the near est. express .office post offic address..: v. 2 On receipt of this application ar agent of the Department "steucted to visit and; examine th land, and if he is satisfied that tree can be successfully, grown: thereof he will see to the execution, by tn applicant-of a certain form of. agree- ment .which has., been authorized b the Department, setting forth th conditions on "which .the .Governmen proposes to assist-in this work, Th agent will also confer. withv.the ap plicant. while on'the ground-; and ..ar j.i.-_" i A-P-I ..TOTPS range for the-Jocation- of amf other 'details. When neceseary a plan or sketch for use oi me applicant, showing how. 10 trees are to be; planted. 3. By the agreement the applicant ontracU to set apart and cultivate certain area of land for the per- manent forest plantation or shelter, ell. and agrees that-the trees to be rown thereon ihall not at any time the future be cut off .or removed o as to injure the plantation, except 'ith the advice or consent of the De- artment, but it is understood that he wood and other the aid .plantation ot: Z-shelter-belt shaU iclpng :io the owaer. of the property. t'is. however, providectihat the De- artment shall have the; right to take he cuttings and, the seedling trees hat may be growing upon the plan. atio.n, and the tree seeds, when hiese are not required .by the owner o extend his own plantation. It is also provided that the applicant shall t-he soil aiad plant ind care'for the trees after planting n accordance with the directions of he agent of the Department. This vill include his providing protection against anlnials by fencing or other- wise, and against: fire by fire guards or: other effective means; 4. The Department, as far as- the means placed at its disposal for the purpose will" permit, will furnish ;eed or other material for planting ;he gaid forest plantation or-shelter- belt. 5. The Department agrees to ren- der the services above specified whol- y without charge. 6. The -Department, will furnish no trees for planting on town or village lots No will be given to set tiers already protected by bluffs or bodies "of natural timber, or in cases where a good supply of natural tim bsr is in the imm'ediate neighborhoot seeds and seedling trees of na tive varieties can ;be obtained -with Mttle .-difficulty.. No will be given for ornament, al planting -only. -Any trees sent ou by this Branch must bz .set out, eith er. as a wind break, 'shelter-belt or tor est plantation for raising fuel, fenc- ing material, etc. Fruit .trees and ornamental shrubi are; not distributed by this Branch. It observed that this sys tern, is distinctly co-operative in char icter. Department furnishes fleers to give expert advice and see to out .the terms o the agreement, and in addition t this assist s'the owner of; land, by sup plying hirn with 'seers, 'cuttings young, trees; while oa the other hand the owjier is requirea permanently set apart- a small .-port-ion :of his lane for tree.growth, and to_do all the at, tual" work .of ".preparation and cult' vatioh of: the-.land so t the "seed; trees or cuttings an to-take proper care of the youn growth after planting, according t Contractors We have just unloaded 3 can Get pur prices to interest you HayrBros. Phone 75 Market Place tor SI SITUATIONS VACANT for general home, work. Apply Mrs. AIL Hoaelton, 616 Crabb St. 51-6 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank -Colpinan, cor- ner of Duflerin and Burdett.Sts. 55-0 BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPH position. Graduate of Kastern College with six mouths' ex penance in actual business. Address Box Herald Office.. 62.6 housework by the day or in the evenings. Apply. Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P. 0. 6JLO LADY and Colonial Photographic 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 54-6 LOTS MoKILLOP Mill, ADDH., K1AB 3 LOTS ON WE8TMIN8TEB CLOO to Mhool, 1 ACKE LOT COKKEE OF MeBETH 4 Bailey 8ic mile from 1750. T X ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST MW. 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TOBRANCE Ave., and month until paid for: RenU per month. ful farmer, but had had great exper- ience iu. Nebraska where the climat- ic conditions were similar to our own. Mr. Warner said upon rising that he was glad" to speak and he hoped that his'words would be of use to many His subject, was really "How to Re- tain Soil-Moisture rrf the Land as a Reserve During the Heat of Summer, and During: the Time When Rain Was Scarce." The speaker said.-he had repeatedly known rain to fall: for a length ofr time'and for Ut to; run 62 into cracks and. fissures and not -to go into: the gi'ound an .inch; .Th'i whole secret of reserving mois- ture, in new breaking was to pains and care in. the plowing. Hi- had found a rut io be the moit implo- iii .r t-v use, .but rais- ed by some that in tltis country thi- subsoil did not; take ibis readily and the speaker then said that the kind i plow used did not maun- the object he had in" suggesting v. xvji.i because this plow, usualiy thft pod right over.'ami tint was the really necessary, thing. See. that every sod is right over and that the-wheel packer packs this as light as possible, care. on'this one point alone brings great results. A rod .plow.'instead of the ordinary mould board plow given great satisfaction. After five or six weeks had passed and the .soil ;had thor- oughly decomposed discing may be commenced and ;by the discing the as engineer oa steam plow; good references furnish- ed. Apply to Box C, Herald Office- 53J2 wanted, close in, by married couple; no family. Ap- ply: -at, Hub .Cafe, general ser- vant, at once. Apply to 'Bar. ford, 419 Burdett St. 56-3 good "general servant. Apply Mrs. V: .W. McGuire, 529 Round St. 564 STEWARD WANTED The secretary of the will receive applications 'for the po- sition of club steward, till Wednes- day Feb. 17th, '09. Applicant to state qualificaiionB, es required and give references. dress the Secretary -of the Chinoofc Club, P. 0. Boi, 672 Lethbridge. 51-6 A NOVEL EVINT. Ottawa, Feb. are laid for the sixth annual banquet of the Canadian Club of Ottawa, which will make the -.eveiat one of i; eicjsp- tional interest to all who take part- The gatheriiig of the club on this -'oc- casion will be held in, honor the surviving senators and' members-of the first Parliament of thevDominion. It is expected that at least eight or nine will be able to attend. TO RENT- TO or three rurnished rooms with of stove. Suitable for young married couple. Apply after six o'clock, 515 Crabb St. 55-2 the directions of the said agent of the depta of the. moisture _ line could, be Denartment v, Although the. Department .fik d meet the wishes of the settlers as tar) _ obtained and seed put in accordingly. harrow should not be used as it STIRLING In Southern Alberta, part of-W. L32-6, W. 4 of the most promising towns in Southern Alberta. WHY experienced in obtaining seeds or other plant material, the Government will not. guarantee to furnish any specific quantity, and as'in; "many lo- calities young; trees' and .cuttings can be -obtained in the vicinity, it is for those contemplating .planting to. provide themselves in this'way as far as pos- sible, -v Those: desiring the. assistance of the here outlined should apply. to Norman M. Chief of' Tree Planting Division, Eor- Indian Head; Sask-.U befoTfe the "'first day: of Marchy in the year "previous1 to thepnevin which washed to'-.do the planting, i .e., applications for planting in spring must "be filed ;dian Head March 1, and so as. to.enable the Department to -provide ahead for the'. supply-of nursery stock: .for .spring planting and to allow time for the-agent to visit the land. Applications which are not received by that time will; be left over until the following year. It! H. Superintendent of Forestry. At ;lihis point several "questions STIRLING is located in the heart of the the crop returns The farmers in BURLING The land in the are 55 bushels of winter wheat to the acre. District are enterprising and successful farmers. LING District lias fceen acknowledged by agricultural experts to be the best in Southern Alberta, ITIRLINC is located about IRmiles southeast 'of letkbridge and now an important railway centre. It is also expected, that the Weyburn extension will run to this point. The lots" desirable townsite are all high and dry, and all good sized building lots. The. title is perfect, and can be secured at any time upon final payment of purchase price. The lay-out of 9TIRLING is ideal, with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running, back of each block 20 feet wide. sufficient to to retain the moisture.. The preparation.for the second crop was a short but: interesting point, and directions were given to produce the best-..results. on right .behind the; binder said Mr.-'War- ner and this will be ;a good .wayr of preserving soil Volunteer crops "wera a great nuisance, and: the .best remedy is to summer mon- ey winter, wheat 'is the best investment as the value of pur Al- berta winter wheat "is only; just be- ginning to get known. amongst buy- ers who are. fairly .clamoring: to pur- chase-: this as. it is: so much better in- .quality than other -kinds. .Asked as .-to cropping year Mr. Worner .said, that to do like .ac- count-being drawn upon, without be_. ing added to. and it was only a mat- ter, of time, before, the account, gave oat and the speaker most emphatic- ally said that -'The second crop of wheat should notvbe taien; off; until after a crop of barley or oats had been -taken On the question of mamire being f; placed upon .the land had been askedj Mr. Warrenv appeal- .VFairfield MOTION. PICTURE "THEATRE for sale, in thriving British Columbia city; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. A.j Lethbridge Herald. 45-12 WAITED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N- M., P.O. Box 495. 36.0 FOR wheat and baled hay. J, M1. Reding, North 46-12 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RpG- ULATIONS Coal mining rightsof the Dominion in Manitoba; Alberta, the Yukon Territory, xthe North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of tweniy-o.ne years; at an annual an acre. Hot more than acrea will be leased to Apph'cation for a lease musi be made to the Agent or at'.. the district, the rignts ap. plied for are situated. .the .land must be describediby-sectj6ns, or le- "gsl subdivisions of. sections, and in unsurveyed teriitpry the ttact appli- ed for shall be; staked put. Each application must be acoom- by a .fee which" will refunded U the "righifc "applied for-are not "available but not otherwise.- A royalty .shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of 'coal mining rights which are not being operated -shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in. each The lease include the :coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whaler available surface righto be con. sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For fall information, application should be made to the" Secretary of the1 Department of the -Interior, tawa, or any Agent" or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. FOR Baled Hay Jor sale, first class blue joint, at J15-per ton. Ap- L. S. Ripley, office 8, McDonald Block. stable, old building or dwelling in good condi- tion, :for.warehouse use; close in; iiot too far out from railroad station. -J. H., Herald Office. 55-2 LAND FOR SALE FOB on Coutts St.. close -to school, at each; 1-3 caeh, bal- ance easy. H- Macbeth Agency, 'P.O. Block. -i--i... aelced as to the best trees! to in this country made; reply..that ,UE aa w v j.v "ko grow trees that would make the most rapid progress'. A number .of photo- graphs; shdw-iug" vaTious groves were then handed round and the company was able to see from therh: that ;Gotr tohwood made the most-rapid :growth although a splendid willow hedges ;-of three years, growth and of single planting Kin it a very .close i second- Pines and Spruce had npt sent out by the DepartmeBtr-as: they were- not yet ready and trees and of merely ornamental character were not -handled at -all, but these could be obtained through the experimerital.-farm. v V- strong appeal was then made to all school board trustees to agitate and advise, the surrounding of school houses V wide belt Pf trees and a picture was shown of Rathwell which, is in the heart :pf three sides of a "square of :vtrees affording not .only "opportunity ;for natural history but-providing ample shelter irom Prices range from sidential lots, terms of 1-4 cent' for business lots down >to; fbr; re 6 and v For full particulars write i or call on DR. KOiLLQR, 'iind plans and price list the violence of the wind: How "much': land would it Standard SHEPARD BLOCK Do not wait till the best lots are LETHBRIDGE manure was" it applied with great 'Atb', .the aiid.---'it' woulcl probably aid ;in ih'aking.a spleniftd tp the land- 'rich-'humus, sary in the productipti of ;the. "finest -This "brought the lecture to a -close, when.Mr. Falrfield moved a hearty vote thanks to the two y speakers whicli was .seconded by Major Bur- nett and loudly responded too in' the applause hearers. POE lots on Redpath St, west of Bartlett St., at ,each; terras. The C. B. Bowman Agency. 45-0 JFOR North Ward IOTB, cash, balance per month. This is the best buy in North Ward. Alberta Realty Co. SOUTH AFRICAN-Veteran Scrip for sale, located or unlocated. Apply R. R. Cropley, Room 26, Hill Block or Box 603, Lethbridge, Alta. 55-6 'asked 'one and Mr., Mitchell; suggestr ed that four acres would not be a; bit too much, he advocated .the ofth'at amount rather than accepting the gilt a .solitary _.acre for such a purpose stating outlay would be well laid out, Tind he "also suggested that the time is comirig.when such space wiU be ne- cessary for the accommodation of plots for the raising of agricultural science is soon to take a very decided place m the education of our boys. Warner This Mr; Mitchell said, finished his address, and Mr. the Experimental Farnr introduced Mr. Warner, .was -not only a success-1 forced. REGINA'S DOG WAR. VFreedom of City" to be Denie.d to The Canines. Regina, Feb. on the dogs" is the slogan of city aldermen just'npwj who. propose tp give effect to the7 motto by the .stringent by-law now under consideration by the Coun- city...'" The dog nuisance has, recently be- come so pronounced that it i was thought necessary to deal- with the question, especially in view of the development pi the city parks, which cannot successfully be carried, on while scores of unattended-: dogs are ranging the city aud playing havoc with the gardeners'- work. Under the new 'oy.law, unattended dogs, especially those which fail to carry the necessary will receive but "short shift; and will test "the effi- ciency of the; incinerator -in- a man- ner not canines.: yThe rule which now'obtains in all well regulated cities that dogs must only be-taken through the parks on the" lead, will probably be rigidly en- LAND section 300 acres in winter wheat; half rmle of shipping point; per acra, good terms. Alberta Realty Co. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR now occupied by Schweitzer Bros., -store X. J. Johnston and Joe Fong FOR SALE-r-Two acres and house on Irabb St. Apply Team Chow, Box 95, Cityr 55-6 ACT NOW. Write Us for a figure on the material for that new buiMing you are contemplating building this Spring. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. ltd Fibre Hahr Ewktw Ahriyiii Dayton, PHONE 225 th City Yard of P.O. BOX 654 .buildings must be removed in ihe "course of a month or two. POT inquire at Canadian Bank of Commerce. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. Deputy Minister of the -Interior. TJnanthoried publication of this advertisement ,-will not be :or. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATION! Any person who ia the sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a of available Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear person at the Dominion Lands Agency: or Agency for the district? --Entry- by proxy may he made at any agency on certain conditions, byV lather, mother, son, brother or lis- ter of intending homesteader, t Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of thre'e years. A homesteader way, live within nine miles of his home- stead on a iaim of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, 1500., .daughter. brother or siaterr- In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside bis home- stead. -Price per acre., Dutiea. reside, sir months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time 'required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted bis homestead, .right and ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain Price r acre. Must reside six months in each of three years cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00 Deputy Minister of the Interior. TJnauthoried publication, ol this advertisement- will not be paid for. FOB shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills Co., paid up, wilt sell for cash. W. T. Watson, Box 393, Hosmer, B.C. 55-6 WANTED TO second-hand wagon, in good repair. Davis, ;A. T and I. Office. REMEMBER In whatever business s or work: you are engaged, your, clothes need atten- tion. For per month we keep your clothes in first class City Dye Worlts, Eo'nnd St. Tel. 9 WANTED TO BTTYr-Second-hand j LADIES, ATTENTIOhl Mrs. S: Jones, -Ivy Cottage, Nortfc is now readr to take ordew ifor "children's clotfies and ladies' blouseg and piano; state price, terms arid ._.. and c.w. Herald Office. 56-0 est notice. Box 302, City. on the ahort- ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTKEAL Paid-up Capital. Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers techcrs WkikJ Draft! Money of Credit Uthbi1fc Saving Bank Department CoalMc Mbci ;