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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta T OOf, Atfct ESTABLISHED IN THE IEION OP KING WILLIAM IV Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the WorW 'v 'v ONLY IN tfAlED TINS IN Sr4.Vi.l 4 Sib SllLS S ,j t i i e Agents: TEe 4 4- 4 4 M1 4 '44 4 4: TELEPHONE DRY FARMING PROFITABLE Speech by a Montana Pro- fessor at Ife Seed v rair PLNCHER .CREEK NEWS .The ably by coming in contact with OpportwiitiesNeglectedarc Lost Order', for for Buiidin; of the- and their wuj'S.- f annuals that cause the most trouble are-the mustards. The speaker, des- cribed the various noxious weeds and mentioned the dUHculties eneountor- The farmers-of" Alberta show- a most commendable desipj to learn tXV the- very "'latest "and best' met hods-of and to gaiu as much as pos others The JUjou Ttall filled with a mo's't.appi-cciative audience yesterday host crop for increasing the fertility of the soil as it gathers ..nitrogen ed hi destroying them. To eradicate from the air, To keep tlie ,thoia to germinate und" kill the plants before'the seed li> tho pure, cultivate in fall und .spring' to kill the weed when the grain is six or eight inches high to drug out thi and cut the crop if the; weeds are too 'numeious for haiul i'rofeisor A. Atkinson of the College gave most interesting" and iijstructive ad- dress on "Dry_iV lining." -Jn int duting his subjo.-c he said thai, -'that "dry farming convinc-itl have a i-icultuie of fanning it is necessary to up 'the fertility of lite soil and not drain it as has Loeti done in the eastern and central States. Alfalfa is difficult to start in dry land but can by breaking the land, put. in grain, then .summer fallow and seed for alfalfa. Let it start, back and let it lie, taking no crop off the first year. Ifurrowduring the second year, take oft" crop" and harrow the ground. It is I, "irritation" not "irrigation" [ilaci- in UK? ag- of as sou and Atkinson gave acldiesses OK the various phases of fanning. The questions asked the various speakers showed an intelligent Interest in the discussed. Among the, aud- dry funning was a veal thing, not an impracticable fad! In Nebraska, Col- orado and other states that a few farmiiig. i Some good advice on the raising of Turkey lied was given at con- clusion of the address which vias fol- lowed with the deepest interest throughout. s Header- years ago were deserted because 'the farmers were bin nl out, the land was now selling for Horn to, an acre because the system had been uorkcd to produce crops. The note of the whole system is the conservation of the moisture. ience were a large number of_ nunfull on an' acre .of from the high school' who were nojjuwl a fail" of 113 tons. Jt sooner in the hall than tthey, had tlieirrnole boojks out. >_ -The; first "speaker'1 was G. 1 f[ ,cii Farm ut Lacombe pincTier "Creek, Feb. 18. ty, of Feterboro, Ont. I iraveJ'ing rep- CTniative'of ,the I. O- 0. F. Relief associktion, spending a few days in town. V1' J. Medicine Hat, arrived here yesterday and will be the- guest of Mrs. E. G. Ambrose for a" few days. D. G. McPhail..of Maeleod, is a vifeitor in C. S. Henry and wife came up Jrom Medicine Hat and are staying in LONGBOAT'S STANDING Toronto, Ont., Feb. to the threatened withdrawal of "the Ami-iican team games if'Tom- Longboat entefs. Deputy Chief ib a member of tlte Olympic committee for Canada said takes Ibs. of water to would be time enough for" protest a pound of wheat. th.it an bc taken when'Longboat is chosen, of water meaiitt .1 production of hc us a.competitor. The and one-half Tmshels of In I Olympic jcommittee-is to Southem Alberta the average" English committee for amateur to Increa.sc is 17' incllcs so that if all Standing of all Competitors sent and town. -J.v McDonald and J. H. Stanley of Calgary arejiere on b'usinr-ss. Mr. J., A." Wright of Montreal, is registered at thes Arlington. C. Monaghan 6r is -a guest in town. f for the railway into town and beyond are growing brighter day. An evidence of good faith s the placing of an order for ties ant] bridge iumlier with the Taylor >er who Have begun the work oi getting the timber for the ties. Pincher -merchants are begin- ning to wonder what will become o! then and one merchant says he, will move his entire business into Finchef Creek." 1 Applications lor f, the} building 'o: several Elevators 'in town haveibeen north at the proUncial fair. ThdinJ ljic thirty icars was nl. Canadians, were not intorfering in any -_ _ _ _ _, _ _ j essential consideration -to increase most identical 1893 when i wun the yield" Ihe conservation of tlrej Of the Central Stales were doing, moisture in the soil and there "-were- iet it was a. Rood year.! means of doing this. Tn the Tnc trouble has been not to make j'trsl place nrnicli time was lost in farming hut to make the dry United Stalt-5 com- spring: by not being "ready go on farmer. He must adapt himself" to to the land as soon -as it was ready, j circumstances and on'c of these is A, harrow drag should be over ilc cannot make it go on one the grqinrd rijiht after the snow goes hundred acres of land. He wants ah- BEER 16 roomed house, centrally JocaUil. same, Iwlance eaty. 5 roomed cottage and ,2 bts .Bartlett. Street, A snap at .this fignre. _ ill MlilHCr dtat ffte tak Itarl -i_ r ft II Mill M II U IJ III 1111 i I 11111II 11111 i i II k i 4 r r t and thinge in general are th.'1 town .vicinity. 7sjt a smooth surface, increases ev- moisture and preparatio'n and aporation, and the lou.su hou blows, tcnonce of a seed bed that will get away. After the grain is up four-01 (iimj lt- Qn their experimental fixe inches, it should be harrowed fann ;n iiontana fhey trj- to get perfectly with a lever harrow eight or >tea Inches and follow Petarboro Man Substantiates the..Die f tionary Statement Petcrboro, Feb.. Johnr; E. ilelcher, C. E., the wcllknown arehi- j tect having read in a recent issueToi main- th.- Review, tlial .Mr. F." W. Taylor, now manager "of the Bank Mont- real, in London, England, and form- erly of ridiculed ,the dic- tionary statement that .wine was one slightly The'use of. the thu plow IMMEDIATELY with dihcs of UK> products of Canadian inn pic. and narrows. If there is one of the opinion that niter hRi'vesting chocks evapora- tion and tends to germinate the weed seeds. Scwl, selection, js a ycry, im- JK "tinipime.ss." In dry fann-1 error regarding the not, making of i-1 t th.st a fanner should thorough-i friend, "Mr Taylor, is his in nt matter us bed, things cannot be put off. ".is-useless unless good, seed is used. Lbeer or wine out of the sap of Can- At {lepUl thcrc {s j ndian nfaplc. Belcher rememb'-rs RAYMOND JOTTINGS ,Chas. McCarty is back from his travels and was seen in town> yester- day. Mr.- and Coultor leave on tlie TIMING PLOUGHING CELLAR DIGGIKCi .MOVING, etc. Hoak's .Gab Office pronipt- ly. attepdotl to. J.W.Harrington _Resiilence ,Wanl C PHONE 179 l_-ar h 0 expert for i iite time. fc 37-0 GARBUTT, Prinnp.1 j.prr TWO BIG HORSES, one ing four white feet! 'Both 'branded on shoulder L B. Also one bcown horse rears old on thigh quarter. .circle (B. reward wiU be given on return to Quongr Sang. 1st door, west of postofflcc'. BING WO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS r Ji J. J, -w. _ JGUftt for house- work. "Applylo Mrs. Geo. Taylor, 650 Bartlett St. W.8.GALBRAITH, M.DiC.M. McOili .Office 914 81. ,'Phone K. 9a.m... 2-3.. 7-6 DR3. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- ;i. ijeon Va.rmvU- 12 n.; I 5p.m. FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED-HOUSE, rood location. SmaU payment .do_wn. bal- ance easyl Geo.- Peacock, Leth- bridge. WANTED A-GIRL TO-ASSIST in boardinf house. Apply" Mrs. E. Oxland, 410 ROOM. Terms: a month for hoard and room. E. 41d rBompaa train this afternoon. .The Piesbyterian church ..was re- opcnetl for public worship last Sun- day. _. Arrangements are being made for an Evangelist to visit Raymond and hold services in the church. Hon. NATAL ACT AT OTTAWA Mr. Considers Its hand'picked cadi >ear and what raised from this used for general seed The land on to raicc soed an unbroken bed of soil. !r who .relieved their thirst-by giving ing the next which it is inter.dcd grain Ihould sown first 'with -thej Vest and allowed to oughly before t thorn a good lone swig out of a cask I he dry f.inner must always lorti- i -a "1. ...t maple and that it was most ly himseli against a dry year, hence _______ n'frpsmne coc-s without ?r fallowing to I Belcher aflzrms 9 I I I I accumulate tho moisture in 'the ten mature thor of bod ironi whn.ii a cereal will- cmpriii Mr. that is almost to cham- cannbt TH mm m IT Ottawa, Fi-b. Natal, Act as passed by the British Columbia Leg- islature readied the state department this morning 'and referred to the justice department for consideration. Hon. Mr. Aylcsworth'a r-'port as to the constitutionality of it will tn a the cabinet on next.. The act is practically the same. as VTM prc-viou.sly passed by BritUh Colum- bia as Jt is thorcfore and Property. GENERAL SERVANT G'ENERAL SERVANT. Apply- Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, corner ot Bompas. and Bartlett Sts. HOUSE THREEYlROdMS suitable for light housekeeping or roomera. Well ck-ctric light. therHer- ild office. and n dcprociolion'tn the A'olup moisture while the other poor] Ihe, land. It is easy to eradicate j -I s woods but the proMem to find a wrts tnko" j way to do' it ami raise crops at the i Cultivation not only stores up the same tjnw. to but it the1 fertil- 5s ncccj-snn to Tiave Briefs the infant son of knowiSKelityTy''matans''thc plant food avail- Gcorpc Dcmuth. of Dubuque, 111., pennies on his mouth while j it was chapped. Blood poisoning set Jin three days ago and the babe died A Busy Day Yesterday and Why Not Our bcaiitifnl new stoc-k is sacrificed for Ten tlnys. 20 off Furniture, Squares and Rngs, Lin- olenms, Cnrtainp. Pictines, "Bmss Beds and ollusr lines.- Wr are forced jo so much money hy the 1st of Mnrch. It's your opiwrtunity lobny Do it today The Turpin Furniture Co. Street of the Japanese now under "arrest for contravention of the act V; should re- sult in making it unnecessary for government to intervene. If the! court decides that the prpvinco has no power to enforce the act 'the pro; vinciftl government may forthwith submit to the ruling without appeal to a higher court and desist from their present efforts to put the act in especially in view of the lact thai many Japanese, or grants detained for to tho educational tests mm- Chinese lo submit prescribod BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. B. C MOORE FuntraI Director and to PrMbyterian Chiirch Office 102.' Rssidencc 136. ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Block. Sl'TUATION desires situation. Js thorouglily conversant with German, French, and English, has good know- ledge of bookkeeping and general office work. Adress Herald Oflice. 60-1 GIRLS WANTED Two fcirls for dish washers wanted it once. Apply to the Dallas Hotel. eo-o M.USIC ,MISS HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford' Dawson, of Montr a Hinitcd nuinbcr'of stu- FOUND A PL A IN' G OLD BAND Pv 1NG. .witli ruined initinls. Owner can have same 1 L by proving property ami paying the of this advortiscmpnt. Ajv ply Horuld Oflice. GO 6 for Pianf.; Study. tixlcy s (Padcrewslci's nielhod used. Terms. moderate. Iji.Fcrd St. Phana 247. Five Tuesdiiy'nijfht dcatroyod have a good Photos block occupied hy Dye Works, Collins Confectionery awl the Green Hay second hand store at'Wallacchurg Ont. naiwed Turner being deported from Toronto, jumped froni the train at Sharbot Jet; yesterday morning and had both lofs- crushed. He .will, likely die. The railroads of "the United States have given a new name io "empty cars." They call them "Teddy Bears" giving as a.> PreaMent- Roosevelt's policy is lor them, beinf so, empty can. again.nl the .provincial me a trial wlwn yon bay your ncx t pair of moen I carry a fnll stock of of all dctcriptjons at tight tCPAHtS HANDFORD WANTED cottage, of 3 fairly central. Party to nlor'uth March. Apply ingham. City Bakery. p SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REQ- %.ULATIOMS Coal mining rights of me Dominion in ..Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta the Yukon Territory, the XortWVeal Territories British Colunroia, may leaded for a term of twt-hty-on< yeors at im annual rental cf an acre. Not more than acres wfl be leased to ono applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agt4nt or Snb-Afcnt o the _difttrict" in which, the rights ap plied for' arc situated. In surveyed territory the, land must be "described'by or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in iinsurveyed territory tract appli- ed tor shall 02 staked out. Kach "application be accom- panied by a fee oJ refunded, if applied lor art. not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall paid on mer- output' of.the ..at rate of five cents per ton. Svery 1 of coal mininf. rights M6NJEY Hfiiry J. to be the on of a who been mployed as bookkeeper at tan- nery of Hon. C- S. Hy- of London, Ont., obtained the combination of the safe last night and taking five hundred dollars cash from the safe, bought a ticket for St. he was about to board the train the head bookkeeper had him detained. When Mr. Hyman was. notified gave, ,Curtis twenty dollars arul toUl him to go to St. Louis and try to be honest in the future. x which are .operated, t shall I'urnfch Ihft district Agent of Domin- ion, Lands .with to an applicmlkw that elfccl, in The wiU coal mining only, txrt the Iwee may W permitted to purchase MvaiUMe surface may W con- sidered lor wtjtkiiif of the mine at the. of For full information -.houW be to th< ol Interior, OV tawa, or any Afcnt of Lands. W. W. Depvly Jf iaioter. of the .Interior. X B ol this adrettiseiiwiit will not W for. ;