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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I B H U A M V II, Itti c r t% t ESTABLISHED IN THE IHON OF KING WILLIAM IV Have the largest Sak of any high-grade Tea in the WorW S.' f y' and per Ib. Exclusive Agents: Ben A'. V." V f i1111 i11 itii1111i11i i 1111 i i i i i plant focwlK in ilKsoU. McKillicun said that to FAIR HELPS WATCHES, JEWELRY, f Broken main- spring cteaning. brok- or-' any ithing JEWELRY Rings "need vice or larger vfc A Bropchen, chaina, pins or v in the jewelry need repairing.'- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY; I The Sign of the Watch, City Hall cbmiMtc with the i'acific (Joust I in the- Oriental markets we would of i DHCDC e lo Produce-u, 1 AimnluivO Hour bring 'further from the Ubesses GTM Al could create a market'for'our that a time was joining through continual cropping essential of ".plant would Nitrogen bo the first- eleinent" to Ho LOuIll CrCHlC ii Illiii iwv lui own particular grade., of ftour by-UxpUined, the scientific principleh go- turning out an, article that wouldtverning plant and discussed take first" place." the co'niJervgUon of Phint foods in" j- >V ccow'd of farmej-s liijou Vcster- day morning to listen to the the in" connection with the jlhe noil Khowing how green manuring .added to these' foods and nttro- ProyincUxl" Seexl: ;tThe.. o'f tific turn than- at Wednesday's meet-' ihg' and 'were "en joyed -by thc farmers w freely entered into the discus- sions. Thus all profited by, the -ex- perience of each. -__" The first W. C-'McKiUicirn, iTad forMiis subject; "Winter Wheat in "Ife gave a brief outline jMvpnrmg the-.soil a-crop the breaking should jone early nnd as" deep as practic- J gen pasticularly'was lost in barn able. The should manure: down-after breaking. 'Thorough cul-l He- cowpurcd plant and animal life ifvatiou is essential to produce a! -that thc character of the good crop! The'soil beneath the sui depended on theMiuture of the face should Ije packed bring seed and showed why a-good plump njoisture to the roots and its kind while should be a mulch on top to "prevent' iilfcribr seed, produced inferior crops: the moisture from craping. seed should to the time of sowing wheat sheeted jusC ii waj> necessary on should Yiot be sown later thajwthe mid a ranch to secure good stock at the die of'Scptemrc'r. Hestresults arc oh- beginning. Uc advocated hand piclt- I- Opportunities Neglected are Lost 16 room-jtl house, centrally located. down same, kilunce easy, i 5 roomed collage and 2 lots P.nrtlett Street, cash. A 'simp tit this figure. >__________________________________ I c. I. Fust Office Blotl rtwel i i I i I 111 11 I HIM 111111 Mil M I i i I Johnny, go down to the cellar and get some coal. the average yiald Uu. yield There Js Miiamma. n o coal Then go dowii_to GowX store and otder some coal 'at My ihoei n re-' worn Vtltt piiir at' jthe same time. T. cunoN -PHONE TO >p.6. BOX 121 of the history of winter, wheat in Al- IxM-ta: and showeil tiip large increase acreage sown since iU; intvo- ductio'n in lowing, showing in Alberta. Acreage 1903 IK: 1.T2.123 1005 1900- 01.625 ffiO; Briefly the advantages of winter wheat' over spring wheat arc, The-yield is good, thti average above that of'spring wheat; matures earlier than spring wheat, thus the (lunger from lessened; As a 'result 01 this it is of a letter quality "than .spring wheat us- 'ually being two or three, grades high- er than spring wheat; 4th, arc more certain of being able to sow it at, the proper time; 5th, It follows well in a good sys- tem pi farming. Winter wheat is- a good crop to follow summer" fallow- tained when the sowing is done from the first to the middle of August Wheat should be sown 'three inches deep and he placed Inslow surface mulch in thc firmer soil. Tho SUM. ce should be left to hold the' snow the" soil from- drifting. In one case Ixien spent on seed rorn selecting it aiiA the yield w-as 71 bushels per acre while the- average yield was 33 bushels acre in this dis- Thus care in select; ind a business prop-, OJjitioiU' If pood faced-were sown on :The speaker concluded by saying jdeuii ground then the kernels that as to thc quantiiy. of seed to selcctel from this crop and this" cW- souiKto'-the acre thprc was a grcab, -ycars after- year Zthe standard difference of opinion and only by e.v-' the crops would-not deteriorate fanner from Kayihond tliat 1 a of land through a mistake to thc Droning of the best L'he aianagemeiit 31" .Lhcsc iec- had pounds with different grains us'- f6rtili7C.I In to This part the Wop producctl from' four to six Jmshe'.s to i f Ai_ I jrn-nni" af lOLH. the-acre more than tfie rest of thtM of the Dominion Government in al- field. Another stated that he.had known a kernel of uheaCto 'lowing lhe to seed was a good one. This was just as-feasible as it a cas produce 125 .stalk's viehlcW 000 kernels. Mr. Kane, who has a l-b-fiiwiblc it ,vns u case of an-( farm ten miles' south of the city. thcix- was much activity '..V j ''---._- flllt-Mtf t illcf tPIl I TEAMING PLOUGHING CELLAK DIGGING AMOVING, etc. AH orders leff at G. Houk's Cab Office prompt- ly attended to. Harrington Residence: North Ward PHONE 170 1 The Garbutt Business College Of Oiit-iiry It H mo !ern iu Te and fur KIU! tt'iite for ''L." Enter time. U7-0 F.G. UARItUTT. PROFESSIONAL CARD! BC. MEMBERS NOT WOR- RYING Ottawa, Out., Feb. C. mem-, refuse to take seriously the rc- uest of the Asiatic exclusion league Vancouver, that they resign and- sland members particularly decline o see the point on thc ground that he Asiatic Exclusion league repre- sents Vancouver residents .only. Mc- Pherson, member for Vancouver ri- licules the idea of the- league, call ing upon all British Columbia members to resign to express any further opinion. Another British Co- lumbia member said it would be bet- ter if tits agitators would go to work with their'hands and stop working with their mouths. W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McG Physician, Accoucher .Jlfice 914 Redpath 8t. 'Phone. 53 9 a.in if-3. 7-8 p.in Herald liiiet Wbra have aaythiaf to ta reat place it fa tkis If waat aaytkiif tfcb cotaaim." 25 c MC iaserthia for SI this direction during teuj .Records of ions crops or "Increase ing. ilcKillicun jievt spoke of the comparative excellencies .of the two kinds' of winter wheat, vizi, Turkey IL-d, or Alberta lied, and lied Fife. The lied Fife is" thc tetter milling jvariety Gut is a very "close second. The Hour made from Aiber- ta ICed gives bresMl u flavor, and excels in water power. ont_ the jlh.it the'grade of AlbeYta Red, has calculated that bushel of ordinary 'whoaf- contained kernels. sown in proportion of o.uTbu- "neutral lines were kept. shel per acre each square fout would San obtnim-d receive twantv-scven kernels.- In his j could not stool] -u, thc conclusion of the Profess-j inoiwlv when' thta" quantity was or's enjoyed Jic- sou was' the general opinion asketl-whether oats would that at present too much per acrp was Mtuti in this that the n.itnre of thc soil and-climatic conditions altered thn.amount that should he sown. of packing DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. to 12n.; p.m. to 5p.m. YOUNG Engineers'and Surveyors Higiiibothnm Block, Lethbridge. Euton rexly to meet the wmnU ol and ton- nut who uevd Gladstone for their holiday trips I curry fiill yon dont object to rwy. advanced sinre" it brought from grow wild. He replied that the best of -.qats_ showed a tendency in that direction ._v; "There: were many eous ideas regardinfc' this" question, but of recent years his ,owii_ opinion the subsoil'and at the same- time creating a itiulch covered by a rough surface j man prosent explained how to con-] construct a Moat for this purpose, f shaker changed. He had known dean, plump outs to develop the characteristics'; of thc wild oat. In -the course of the address the out a bv (B 'fit About dozen explain- j that Alberta was abettcr E ing an o LLOSTOR Kansas. The first seed introduced into AllMJrta from ihos? state.s weighetl 57 pounds to the bushel." SIIKC that time Vheat i i of the variotj' weighing ns high as I 07 jyjundh to thc bushel has .grown in Southern Albcita. At 1 time the Turkey Ked wheat grown in vAllxjrta 'is much suixyioi to that by any of the In the opinion Al- would "one d.iy prochfte a strait ofr Red. whtint which would justify us in c.illi'njr il> He advisctl the farmers to continue growing FJfe or jMbcrta'Rcjl so that thc Jmverh could depend on iginal contrivance" that proxinic tharr- any ha describd the t Thc K.C., O.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Etc. Office: Conybcare Block. Lethbridge, AIU, 23-lyr W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office to Lend oil Town .Farm Property. LOST- TWO BIG BAY HORSES, one hav: ing four white feet. Both branded on shoulder L B. Also one-brqwn. horse 6 years old on thigh quarter circle 6. reward will be given on return to Quong Sang, 1st l door west of postofflce.' BING WO. GIRL WANTED A GOOD GIRL for genera House- work. Apply to Mrs. Geo. Taylor, 650 Bartlett St. hft excelled that by the i cr prec-wHng.' In the dis- j :ussion (Jeep sowing in linn hoil, nnd i th'i securing of a rougli surface were i emphasized. '-Causes of JVicribration in was the subject of the-next adilress bv W. F. Stevens of Closer JUir. Tn _ _ all. his work thc farmer .shoulJ ex- j erclse every dav in the year j h J l Ho had been suffonnc tor home years or, resnhs would not the hcst. ,Thc cause, of deterioration might lis defects in the seed, dcrfects-in the soil in seed should be-of the variety and the uoit stunplc of that variety. posftflASTER SUICIDES Strathroyt Feb. Bryant, a well to do farmer at Calveit, aged yonr.s, coinmittwl Mii- cide by himself He leaves a widow and grown up Umily. them foa high standard of Ui- should .be or free from varieties of this'reduces j crvitHAi 1 ahc Also bccnuw on that; been sown mill- the. year thc inferior follow the i L Just declare, she ftlwj( s thelbost husband on earth it's no-lhc ticular of thc.hord wheats _are high percentage of werel Perior as. some thj pre- vious year1 would Dofrcts in the soirlnight nat- ural or '..artificial, v 4'hc farmer should rich in starch. Consequently there for aifn that she expects him in j addition to the above rcivsons hcnvon. 1 for the cultivating .of hard wheats I Winter Ftbck to cost. apply spccihl, cuUivalion lo over- in view Foriheiwxt ten .days'.we mnat a Urge anionnt of ftw of ami are onr splendid ol FnrniTire, Carprt ami Braw Beds Pktnres. Make yonr BOW ami a'rokl _______ ICe Turpin Furniture Co. artificial sj.cakcr sired points it ilis- cwssion folloxving "t the 'previous ad- Orcssl cultivktion would detenntned .by climate the jwa.ionr- He warnetl against sow- f ing the time :f grouw [not in tar soil properly prepared. Stevens '''cxplainei! at length the conditions in ;thc Edmonton difl- trictv As-before opinions ex-i pressed rognrding the points touched! on in-this address. Chairman Hutton called on I [Professor 3lontann cwJtural College. oT the Vrofessor's nrkiroys was tion." lie spoke of, what in the production of crops and es- pecially dwelt on the mAintninlnff of e. A.COOKSUY J Old BMkof Montreal LETHBRIDGE ALTA. i 4 at well ns-tho older nirm- bvrs of Fiimily. think there is nothing more (U'lk-ious and refn-s! ii.g than our ginger beer, gin- ale, crfuin scxla and iron brew. We botile all k i IK! s of carbon waters saraiparilla and chnm-. and deliver by thc case froe of LETHBRIDCE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD: B. C. MOORE 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer to Prrsbyterinn Church OflVcc Phone i02. TJo-sidimci- 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. FOR SALE OR TRADE 'K K W SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good location. Srnail payment down, bal; ance.easy. A ply Peacock, Letli- 56-0 FOR SALE A Crown Derby set of China. Apply Mrs. Pollock, 512 Round St. 57-G GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. G- L. Vrooman, corner 01 fkmipas and Bartlott Sts. FOUND A PLAIN GOLD BAND RING, with rai.St-d initials. Owner can have same by proving property and paying thc ixpense of tlm advortiicinent. Ap- Herald Offico. 7, 60 G 39-0 MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil n( Stratford Daw.son, of Mont- real, wishes lii number.'of'stu- dents', for Piano Study. T.eschctizky (PadtTew.ski's teacher) methotl--.nMifL Terms moderate. Ford Si. Phone 2f7. WANTED WANTED TO RENT, cottage of 3 or 4 rooms fairly central. enter 14th March. Apply John Cun- ningham, City Bakery. 59-C p Carpet Mil] irt Ci. Stove PBW bfj ft. -1 is like n porous pln.stcr; it's 0051 or to pi't'noxt to thnn it is to got away it. WANTED ROOM. AND BOARD, or room in privatu family by young lady. Ad- iiox G; Herald Office. fiO-0 .WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY A waitress. Apply Windsor Hotel. GO-0 Watch! few more for COH! rwiuireil to enable me to nmke the draw for the magnificonj, Wwlch'for the date to be in this spnce Ami Knrry up with yonr coal Don't forget to drop stub in Iwllot box at Post H; HAYR ISO Successor to Dixon Co.. ;