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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta FurnacM The "Sunshine" furnace and "�unny" ways are synonymous. The cold, dreary winter days can be made cheery and wnrm with a pure, healthful heat if you have a " Sunshine " fanwoe. Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses lees fuel wd s art' more e��ily frown than /niit. Vhc exact opposite is the truth uiv.l the reason is eMy to apprecialant.-iag agrove of traes aroimd has homo. la Choo�j�ve OrohaiKt Site. ~�r ^ I In �6ooeiDg  aito for the ordiard tiM itai conaidaration aboukl be Mr better in a heavy than in a light soil. At Ifae satnc time, howewr, tbey con certainly be successfully grown in almost any 90ii that will raise corn, wheal or po tatoes. The soil should bo at least five o six feet ihep, with i>rwerably a clay bottom; but give�i a givaier depth of soil the nature of the sub-soil is* almost immaterial so lone as ii i.s composed ot some' substance permeable by the roots of tjws. On the question of exiKWUixj everybody'diftera, but fruit trees are found growing and doing well in evoo' vw-i ioty of exposure ami facing ever point of the compass. My own or obanJ f'n-ars. Some protection from wi'i>d is most dosiraiblc, especially tor winter ap -pies, which aiv prone to fall in tho September squalls a few weeks lie-fono maturing. On the other hand, too much ^leiter is productive o heat and the trees, missiin^ the wiitd motion, oro apt to grow spindly. Ai tbe 'blossoming period t4>o future crop will suffer less from frost *on tbe slopes than on ithe iowlanJs, the hillsides often baing e.xempt u'hen o black freexe hold.s t'ull away over t'ho bottoms. the tiea'it furrows in Ahm trees woL-e planted, l(>�tving tlw land sllll (li.vlnvl towaixl the t.roes aiv.i thus tlirowin'ir no inconsiderable quanl'ity of water to their roots during the sumiiior storms and freshlots. Before winter every youn^ij tree Kpl>ould bo wrapiHvl with burlap or wire screening to oheckmat* tlie rabbits. TUiis can txi done with advaotage as soon a-s tlte planting is over, as it also act.s hy way of protection from the hoal of the sun until' tihe tre extensive damage. Very Important. The best antidote for this kind of trouble is to head the tirees low enough so that the lower branch.* stvade the tnmk, but whoi� this ireatniont ta impracticable it is ea.iy and expedient to wrap the tree with burlap or shade the sunny �Kle of the trunk with a board. The damogc from this cause, how-evoj-, is muvb less in dry orchai'd.s thou in 'those which ai� inigatod, and in ordinary winter amouniM lo almo.st nothing. The burstiii'i^ powei of the frost, owing to reducc*d air pres.suiv, incrciaSJS w'ith altitude uu-tiil only the toughes't and roost elastic-fibred trees can exist at timber-line. Ttris is the only ill effect of altitude on fruit trees, so far as 1 have been able to discover, and it can easily tie obviated by 'the means above stated. At tbe sanH> time we must boar in mind that the evtrenie-ly hardy variety of trees fromnortl� fcr-age. 1 know lin otie part of Iflnglnnd in the dry sumnwr of 1001. a former cut.suffloienit daily from a two-acre field for twonty-.six ntilch .ow.s, one bull and fifteen ealxes, and no .itock could have (hrivwl bot'tt^r or proved more sati.^fuolory. A writer giving his exjierienco in the Agricultural Oa/ette of Kngland stated that Ite began cutting in .\fay. dincc which till October, there vas ne\cr a week without mowings, according to roc|Uirements, >being taken from sotne portion of the plot. "Mowing and successive growth, in season aiKl out of season," he .says, "is one of the advantages of an alfalfa plo't. Stock ot all Winds appreciate it ami pigs eat this summer salad vorncioualy." Alfalfa, a very deep rooting plont. will only O'ttain the highest jierfec-tion oti ligM or loamy so>i'l�i wh�ro iSierc is a good and free subsoil, a� the rpo'ts penetrate to a very givat depth to find moisture. It is al.so u linio loving plant, and where this mineral exists in tha soil, the growth is proportionately iu.xuriant. Ji should not be sown on cold clays, or kMUiis with a hard sub-soil, tlioiigh some have succeeded witii it even under those conditions. The prcparat -icn of the land for alfalfa is somewhat important. A h�avy di�ssing of monure and deep plowing >is a necessary factor, and any extra ex()ense in getting it into g'oad heart), clean, and in fine tilth will b� well reP;i!'d. If the loud has 'been occupied prov -iously by potatoes so much tbe butler. The land as soon as cleared should Im! deeply plowed two or three times, t'heu harro�ved and rolled. .'Uni especially at securing a dean, line uat'h with a firm seed t>ed. in seoding drillling witbou>t crop is jK.'i'haps the best, 'Ijut ii i.-s COVERNMIiNT OF THE PROVINCEJIFALERTA Notkie to Enllnccrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV^ EN thut an exniination will be held by Mr.. Joseph Buxton, Calgary, a duly appointed Inspector of'Steam Boilers for the Province of Alberta, at HIGH RIVER-.Iuly Srd. MACLEOD^nly 7th. FRANK-July 10th and lllh. CLARESHOLM-July 5th. PINCHER CREEK-July 9th. LETHBRIDOE-July 18 and 14 RAYMOND-Jnly 16tb. CARDSTON-Julv 18th. at 9 O' CLOCK A.M. for the pnrixise of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity uf qualifying for certificates uniler the provisions of The Steam Itoilers Act, i\m. Application for examination DR. P. W. TULLER rHYSIClAN AND SUROEOJ LETHBRIDOE .tfllce-Over Oit't Barber Shop. Hour*-11 ;v(Miiiiiiwl; In9p�>ctor or to John Stocks, Honrs liet'ore t> a.m., 2-3 it.ui.. Deputy Minister. I 7 lS |j, ni. Sundays- 2.3fi to il.SO Dejiarlnn'nl of Pultlic Works. Edmonton, Alta. Trtice p. in. J't'lephones 41 and iiii. F. H. Mkwhl'un- W. S. Galbkaith i Ml). CM. M.D. C. M. In the matter of the Companies Winding-up Ordinance, 1902, and in I'he matter of tlie winding-up of the I^tikbridge Co-Operative Association Limited. All creditors of the Lethbridge Cooperative Association, Limited, and ot'hei'h 'having claims upoo the said Conipony, are required to send them in to tlx} undersigned on or hofore ilw 28tli day o( August, 1906, veri-iie.i by .Statutory Declaration. After Ithe .said 'J>*th da.v of August, 1906,~ grain the liquiidator understg'ited will pro-' teod lo ttistribute itlie asaets of the . . .sakl .V.ssooiation amongst the par- fiequenlly sown broadcast with a ,.ies entitled thereto, having reg�ndl thin crop of oat.^ lilie an oi'dinar.s {only to the claims ot which the liqr- iiidator shall then have notice. Dtited at LiP-thbridgc tiie 15th day of June.. 190(5. J. Kenny, Liquidator r.etl>brirfige Co-Oi>pralive .\.est result,Ihi.s _ operation i.s absolutely necessary ev- ^.^^j^j tenden will be received ery year, for when grown a:, a sell- undersigned uy to 12 o'clock , crop alfalfa is very iropatiMt .1 the ,oon. Jnly �th., for the ditching.: sha'de of the other plants, and ..�ci4- j laying and backfilling of 3^ miles ly deteriorates if left uncultiv r. >d. of water pipe at Bow Island*. Pro-On the iCuropcan continent. �; ere posals must be made out on forms it is grown broadcast, early l-t i-ach ' 8iip|jUee plow�>d not loss >t ship-pad In paper UDed hoxes to prevent ^AaporatiioB wfaila on the rood. Im-OMdlately oa their arrival they �Ikiukl bt taken out, sprinkled and tawied to damp eerth clear up to the tMraikhee lot a tew days iii order tli�t they may recuperate. The Detttil of Planting. Whca plaotiiif put a dozen or �o on a aled or low wagoa anil cuvei them v-'Hh a w�t blaokeii. Take a spt-iaktcr along and never allow the rooAs either to become dry  r ij .e exposed to the sun. Trim i.'T broken or damaged roots. Put about two shovels full of moist dirt in tbe middle of the hole, formitig a I'iitle pyramid to fit the crotch of the root Ittm hold the tree firmly with both da and press it down into lbditiion. As Mr. Campbell i>oints out, it J.s itot always the number of timo.s you cultivate that counts, but rather' when you cultivote. After every heavy storm the grouiwl �begii'ns to settle and cake ami dry up from the surface down. H you cultivate too soon you get into the mud and do no good. If you wait too long the dirt cuts up into little iKjuares and chunks uf plaster which may be better than nathing, but wtill are not much good for a mulch. 'Ihcre is a happy medium between these two vhen the ground will crumble nicely under the cultivator, showing moist earth everywhere. Then is the time to cultivate. Ihe first cultivation in p by. the cultiv�tor and the first freeze catches them. I use a home m��|e cultivator, iu&t an oak board ten feet from end to end, Btandlag one foot from the ground and studded with fifteen cul tivator blades on iron shanks. A good, solid, oak tongue is attached to the centre, and wi'th this imple -inent hitched to our heaviest team we can cultivate twenty acres a day with ease. harrowed w*ii.irp '.iiicci impleinmifs in all directioii.s, iit.t'il the field looks mo* like a I.in ' d plow land than an.vlhmg (>l.s'>. r rut tihis rougili treatment s.xws'to'do r.o injury to the crowns. On t'he  'in -tmry, they seem to be bei�afiit!-.'d l\v it. Alfalfa-.^ouM 'be 'isoA for ^^ii'ling' and is cspeciall.v valuable for i.'i.Iy cuttiing. The seed should he drill.'xl fit tho rate of from eightec^n to twiitv for acre. Wherottoe future plant rnnnot have the benefit of hoeing by hjni it may be drillod wi'der. When art of ii*e winter a heavy dressing of manure should be applied. m I'hc spring of the succeeding yo-ars the ground must be carefully and deeply hoed between tbe rows. With this treatment cuttings slMukl 'l>e ready ahout first par^t of June. an.l successive crops will toe rapidly produced, w'h'ich may he cut and cut a-gain. It should always be borne it) mind that the cuttl.igts must be. mode l>e- CoVipnny reserves the'right to re- i ~ ' jict any and all tenders. ; \^^ MC Vittie H. V. Pabker, I lieaident Engineer. , Dominion Land Surveyor Cranbrook, B. C.! ^y;, j^^,^,^ j,;^ ^^^^.^^ ^.^^ ^^^^^^ _________; the summer to laying out new " ' towuaites. Contract price* on application. MKDICINK HAT IS HAPPV. C I', n. to Establish larger Bepiir Shops at That City. (MKlicifie Hat News.any to put larger ivspiair shops; at Medicine iiat. Mr. Hail, head ol the power de|>artment of the com pany, lias given in.slructions for ihs erection ol repair shojjs ait MoKcine Hat, the same as at Calgary an.i Moose Jaw. The netv buildlngi wil. 'be SOxSO feet, and built of hilck. i'hc rouffdhoiisc will also be enlarged b.v t'be 'addition of hix more stalls. The bkicksmithing department will l.� movod from it he presTvt loartmeDt gas foi^s wi.l fore the plant reaches its full flower- \ be fitted up. Gas furnaces for the i�g period. If made into hay i� i manufacturirve of engine .springs Ua\. will he necessary to use the greatest | been ordei'ed and will s4iortly bj in-care in turning the swathe, as the! stalled. The chang�>s in tho .shop leavee become wry brUtle, and if, will give accommodation for tventy- HOWICL COMPLAINT IN TIKS. f'RILml Duriii'g the stiimner months ohiU't roughly used much W|ste oi valuable forage will occur. Alfalfa is a crop which gi��erally reaches 'its fullest (iroductive powers in about three years, but it is � profitable crop from the first. It is practically a permanent/ plant, but it is best to hreak it up after seven or or eight years, as then the yield will be on the decrease. It deserves generous trentrn'Snt, anA properly cul tivated a'nd looked after will niva . n-ormoiis returns. No one should iso in for it on such exten.'ted lines u.s not to bo aible to give it the att.}.it- ren are subject to diaordera ot Mw' ion and manure necessary to iMwel.s which shoukd receive careful attention os soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears 'lihe tMfsiL inedicieen laid across Main .Street and the object -ionabic "fio Uioroi�gh(fai�" signs have di�api)earcd. 'I'he C. P. R. pay-roli at Medicine Hat last month amounted to about ta7,000. 'fhe News is confMcnt thnit when the railway company finds out the groat saving effected in their machine shops through the use of the Hf^t-ural gas, that this new shop will be the forerunner of the car whops which are to |je located between Winnijieg and Vancouver. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Sheii. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND. STIRUNC TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyiagElgewhere. We Can't Do It For what some othart do vour work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which ia more important to you, aa the Ufa of your Shirts. Collars. Cofb ia leuKthenetl by bur. pio-c�iw of laundering them. The candidates in the Fvast FIgin th cholera morl>us and was in a critical condition," says Mr. !. E. Houghland, of Kldon, Iowa. "I gave him Chamljcrlain's Colic, Cholera awl Diarrhoea Renwdy and �ie-lievo saved his life. I have been engaged for ten jvars in immigration Work and conducted man.v parties to the south and weft- I alvays carry this remedy and have used it succo�;s-fully on many occasions." Sold by ail drug^sts. Neck Comfort I�n.t poBsible when your collar has "saw teeth" etlgea. In our laiin* tlry every collar ia ironed with a auiooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone Hi*). Wagon calli everywhere. Let UB try a lot for you. ;