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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y JULY 10, 1920 iUETHBRIDGE 'DAILY HERALD MS 10 BE BED AT TO CommiaioB of Conservation Will R. Hanoeh Will Talk Irrigatiwa. Udder llie; auspices of. the Commis- sion of Conservation, a conference.will be held at the Fort Garry Win- nipeg., July 14Uh, 15th and to consider the best methods of preserv- ing soil fertility. ,The program will In- elude'iuldresses on .the following sub- thorough jJlBjuiiion ..ot related questions (1) rate and extent or eihsufs tlon'pl soil fertility on western firms; Cpusenrailon of soil mqlslure ava its relation to crop production; Maintenance and Importance at 'soil fibre; Vl (4) Delations suitaWe for drought (5) 1 Soil and crop management; (6) The prevention of soil drifting the uses of grasses and legumes for. the purrioso of supplying forage for lire stock and "buraus for the eoil. A Instructive is being arranged and the at tec dance .will be thoroughly represcnl- afive.of all interests engaged In tho promotion of western agriculture along lines best calculated to ensure its per man on t prosperity. of agriculture ot Man iloba.-TSaskatcuewan and been invited to attend, (the deputj ministers'of these three provinces to-be present and wll take part in the proceedings. Dr. Qrls dale, of Agriculture Ottawa, will also he present to'dcllvei address. The- Western Canadian Society o Agronomyjs holding a series of fieli conferences at Saskatoon on Monda> July 12th, at Indian Head on Tuesda and will be in Winnipeg Thursday am Friday. Several members of tha So ciety are contributing to the program and a field conference 15 at the Manitoba Agricifrture Colle'g on Friday'mpfnipg" Subject to additions the tentative ar rangemeat ot foUon July 14th Dr. W-, chairman wnmtttee Laartf-j-Osxaint ad trees j. Dr. J. H. Con- wrratiori Crop Frodae- on. Ueasi W. J. Rutherford, Saskatoon- con Millc of Soil Conservation roblem. Prof. X. Han'Kn, lenlal of Soil fertility. Prof k) 3 Hoiklsi. mote- ure. Prof. T. J. Harrlaon, Winnipeg Maintenance of Soil Fibre. v Mr. G. R. Marnocb. Jrgerisy ot: Additional. Irrigation ema. July 15th Mr. C. Milllcan, antages and Fronts of Systematic notation. 'Prof. John Bracken, Saskatoon ropping Systems for Drought Areaa. Frof. O. H. Cutler, Edmonton; Choice of grops and Soil Productinty. j U eeds Mr. B, -A, Bedford, Veed Menace and Its Control ProT Problem of Soil Drifting.. Mr mce ot Breaks 6nJCrop Projnc- V "i i BANK OPENED AT CALGARY STOCKYARDS We hope that he proreE hlmiflt, ai g and. broad and the wlrlt. "DEVILS? Governor Cox. tin Democratic sUa- (Urd bearer, wai once a "derU" ii a ountry print shop. There art .likely ome K'epublica.na who thinks he U till one. And likely u they with IB the place devils usually base ut 600STBERER E Will Follow Sir Lomer Gouin'g Policy in This Regard July: the course o a statement issued to the press, Prem ler-Tascliereau.promlses to follow the policj of Sir Lomer Gouln, his pre decessor, in.regard to' the encourago- ment of colonization and-good roads He algo-annouhces the inclusion in hi cabinet of Hon. J. L. Perron, Montreal a member- of the' legislative council as 'a minister without port folio Al the other iiiembers of the Gonin 'cab- inet will remain In. office, Mr. chereau slates. The Merchant' Bank of Caaad have opened a'rbranch at.the Calgary Stock VTairdsi for the convenience o farmers' and ranchers A of the live, stoc market will-he mailed to :'anybn makln'g application Daily quotations can j be obtaine by telegraph, or telephone. Fundavcan 'be transferred to pojUje. EC TO LIVERPOOL July H, Aug. 11, Bnp. France f. July 28, Avgt 23, Pr Fred Wm I Aug 4, Sept'1'A.Victorian July Montreal To It.. Cortican'...... Liver pool 23. .Scandinavian.; .xAutwerp 24 .Mel'lta Liverpool. 30 Grampian lAntwerp 31 Southampton. CANADIAN PACIFIC ,OCEAN SERVICES. 3M Mii> St. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. T60 MUCH 'One understands and acceptsSthe bitter scorn, 6f the Dutch, and it he rnco In Soutt Africa Is nlso part'of tho but tho' Canadian's humorous, "alwayn" pnltte-Httntempt of Iho lOngland ot today, cuts a llttleV- Kudyard1 Kipling. S( JiTalenl Is alright.'but It lakes h'nrd work to put It: over. :f At last Sir Robert signcd. Wlmt will tho Ottawa correspondent say now on dull 'days? Mrs, Lame Likes it Jlrs. Lanio-says-sh'e-thoiiglit' It Impossible to dp certain things without fresh, creanv tftko' Pacific'Milk ka It cornea from Ihe tin and uso ,U llko lYcsii Cream. says that now sho really likes U better Itisn cronin for cooking. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORY AT LARDNER, B. C, Hotel Gecii HERBERT S. JOSLIN, Manager MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. "The Town That Was Born Lucky" HA4-F BLOCK FROM DEPOT EUROPEAN PLAN Albertia Proyincial School of Agriculture AT RAYMOND Offers Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science Lethbridge Aircraft Company, Limited ARE YOU GOING UP? GUESS- The height of the Plane at 7k Monday night over 5tK Street and Colonial Theatre. The height will .be .taken from' Altimeler by Pilot, and the guessing'nearest will get one tree flight.. GUESSAGAIN FORA- FLIGHT How many, miles has the machine flown from June, 1st to July 5ch? We have covered the piovince from Calgary to Conrad, in each town in Southern Alberta; REMEMBER THE TIME: Monday Evening at 7 O'clock CONSISTING OF (AGRICULTURE) AGRONOMY ANIMAL HUSBANDRY HECHANICSij'-J VETERINARV'8C1ENCF DAIRYING POULTRY FARM MANAGEMENT ECONOMICS SCIENCE r NO TUITION (DOMESTIC SCIENCE) COOKlNQ SEWING-, LAUNDRY HOME NURSING ENGLISH1 ant! ARITHMETIC HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT SANITATION DAIRYING POULTRY PHYSICAL CULTURE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION COURSES EXTEND OVER TWO WINTER SESSIONS OF FIVE MONTHS EACH, COMMENCING OCT. 29TH AND CLOS- ING OPEN TO BOYS AND GIRLS WHO HAVE REACHED, SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE. Calendar "fcf studies and application for admittance forms ob- 0, LONGMANJ S.l'A, Principal, School of Agriculture, Knymonil HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Agriculture, Bdimmton At E. MEYER, LL.B.f Supl. of Agricultural Schools and Demon- 1 strallon Edmonton. IB. L A. FIELD DAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL RAYMOND WEDNESDAY, JULY 14 FESTIVAL AT 10.30 AJ1. IN THE OPERA HOUSE SPORTS AT 2.30 P.M. AT VICTORIA PARK SPOtfTS for BOY SCOUTS 12 lo 14 years. Juniors 15 to 17 years, Seniors 18 to. 24 years, aiul Advanced Seniors. Klhbolis will bo given for and third places in-cncli event. Three Ward Prizes will also be awarded 1st, M. I. A. Reading Course for 1920-21; 2nd, History of the War; 3rd, Picture of Hcber J. Grant AERIAL STUNTS BY 1LETHBR1DGE AIRCRAFT 'THEY, WILL ALSO PASSENGERS GRAND M.LA. BALL 'IN THE OPERA HOUSE AT MIGHT BASEBALL ClAME AT 7 O'CLOCK WARNER versus RAYMOND About nil sumo girls.inow about a IN AGRICULTURAL PRIZES IN PURSES MARTIN CHILDREN McCALL'S AEROPLANE ;