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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Sunshine furnace and sunny ways are The dreary winter days can be made cheery and wnrm with a healthful heat if you have a Sunshine Is easier to leM fuel and ihincs in many other ways over common Two are used to shake the triAnguUr shaped This just cuts the work of down in besides being easier on the furnace than the old oneshaker Sold by enterprising deal ers Booklet HICK WAKELY AGENTS Che GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THETRAVELNG PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COtD WATER RATES A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA HOTEL Irvine Proprietors Rates and per Day THE DHY FA KM Hy Iv It in the Scientific he tlead furrows in which thi wore leaving tic land si ill dihlittl toward the and thus thro no inioiJsklorablc quuivtHy of wnicr to their roots during the summor storms Hofore 10 ttuuptloa or ulely nothing to prevail Mm front his own fruit for home con value and of his by plant ing a grove ol traas around his ItD the Oroharvi In choosing a for the orchard consideration ahouH be and quality of Of all the varieties of soil we have to choc as from I rather prefer a clay with a reddish tinge oi as a general will fruit sarlier and bear better in a heavy than in a At the same ibey can certainly be successfully grown in almost any soil will raise wheat or Tiiis as soon An idea prevails among fanners in the socalled semiarid that any of the ordinary grain crops anNintor every young tree more grown than The with burlap or wire exact opposite is the truth iho reason is to When a is properly pkmtftl its roots will roach nearly two fooi bo low tike and in u few years will hftvo poiiotiuiid almost as far below the surface as the height of the above the in raising ordinary their roots attain a depth of only ooe we consider them well in against a uian plants for commer cial or not there is i can Lw done as ihe planting js as it also acts hy way of tram ire heal of tiu sun uivtif the lives ti During the cold weatherof tthe ven ter monlhs the root of a rive dormant and ceases to per form its regular functions of ing and secreting hencj the cells of the inner bark and sap wood bo comos somewhat dopletwl by evapor and when afreeze coutes is plenty of roomfor expansion and no damage Should these cells lx gorged with sap such a fnacze may cause splitting of the bursting of the bark and the possible of a In fact frozen may burst a tree as easily as frozen water will burst an iron Un a warm spoil in winter often cause the sap to riso part of the tree most The soil should bo at least five o will thait in the sun and the south side of the trunk becoming gorged with a sudden drop to zero is likely extensive Very The best antidote for this kind of trouble is to head the low en ough so that the lower branches succulent and valuiabte fcr 1 know lin ono part of in the dry of a fer mor acre field for mileh one bull and fiftoon and could Imviv A writer giving Ms no or the Agricultural of Kuglaiul statod that ikj began cutting in tfnco which till there vus never a week without cording to itielzra taken from soniy portion of the Mo und in sea son and out of he one of ihe advantAfits of an alfalfa Stock of all kinds appreciate it ami pigs eai ihis sununw salad a very rooting wi 1 1 on Jy HL t ai n iho h jxirfec ikm on light or loamy soHs whore GOVERNMtNT OF THE I TULLER PROVINCEOF AL ERTA Noikir illYSlClAN AND LETHBRIDGE 0 or to JOHN o with preferably a day lhe blit but given a greatcr depth oi soil the nature of the subsoil is almost immaterial so as it is composed oi some substance per nwable by the roots of On the question of every FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION body tmt fruit trees are found growling and doing well in every ioty of exposure ai t facing ever point of the My own or obard faces ihe east with protection from the uorth and west winds and it has never missed a crop in six Some protection from wind is moBt especially for whiter ap which aixi prone to fall in September squalls a low weeks fone On the oUier too much shelter is prociuctive o heat and missing ahe WIIK aro apt to Ai blossoming vhc future crop will suffer less from frost the slopes uhan on ithe the j hillsrdes often being exempt xvhen a I black frecxe holds full sway over the I OW Xcw I Jt is safer to plant an ordiard on land that has been previously culti vated than on freshly brokon sod for the reason that aaiy lititr or rubbish next to the roots tends to that perfect contact between e roots and the soil that is whero this treatment ts impracticable k is and expedient to wrap the troo burlap or shade the sunny SKC of the trunk a The damage from this how is much less in dry orchards than in which arc and in oixiinary winter amounts to is a good aaid free as fhe mots jjeivetrate to a very great dcpth to find It is also a and where this mineral exists in ihs the grow th Is proportionately Jt not bg sown ou cold or loams with a hard I HKJll U have succeeded wiUi it even tier pivparat ion of the land for alfalfa issome what heavy of manure and deep plowing a nec essary and any extra expanse in getting it into good and in fine tilth will fce well If ihe land has been occupied picv Lously by potatoes so much the bet The land as soon as cleared should IHJ deeply plowed two or three then harrowed and Aim especially ai securing a line tiItll with a firoi secti u seeding dtilling wkhout is jKrhaps the but it ficquently broadcast thin NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1V KN thai au exiuiimtiou will be held by Joseph Cal a duly appointed Inspector ofSteaiii Boilers for the Province of at HIGH RIVERJulv MACLEODJuly FRANKJuly 10th CLARESHOLMJuly PINCHER CREEKJuly LETHBRIDGEJuiy la and 14 RAYMONDJulv CARDSTONJuly at 9 O1 CLOCK for tht pnrpoae of giving engineers and apprentices an opportmiiiy of qua lify ing lor certificates under ihe provisions of The Application for examination i should be made to the above mimed i thyljciais nr in Orer oiti Earbcr to rhriO ROOD u f to Office auU SIMMONS BENNETT Barristers LETHUKIDGE AND CASD9TON Lethbridge Southaiti Money to Lend on Town and Fzrm Property Crown CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON H gibbet Drug Office 125 PHONE Mewburn GaJbraithi Deputy Works Notice In ithe matter of the Wlndingup uud in ihe matter of itwj wiiulingup of the CoOpcraiive Association AccoucHtrs i 23 7S x to Telephones 41 and M i AL DeVeber Campbell Physicians and All of the Lethbridge Co Operative and others having claims upon the said are required to send them in llw undersigned on or L8ih day of veri by Statutory After Mho said JHih day oi 19067 n IIRC ua uiMHiurv oniv to The power When is grown in the owing to reduced air it allows of the surface beW increases altitude til only the tougiiest and elas ticfibred trees can existat timbcr Jiiis is the only ill effect of altitude on fruit so far as 3 rain lie liquidator will pro cectl to distribute assets of the said Association amongst the par ts entitled aa oidinary only to claims oi which the shall thenhave at the 15th dav kept clean and tree irom grasses Indigenous plants more easily than of have been able to atwl can easily toe obviated by means above At the sanietituoWe bear in inind that the whoa growoi The hocing is a very inxjiontaiii factor in j the successful of uhls 11 j In to keep the plant hi full KEN Liquidator gtf CqOjvralive Association or and to obtaiai the lest operation absolutely nocossary ovl boar in nund that the evtrome l will ery lor when as ft soli oe received em 1atitiivles of steady cold are not necessarily best adapted to this cli OfficesOtt JACKSON DEKTIST Graduate Northwesteni University Dental OfficeOtt Block i McClure Stewart DENTISTS Higinbothama new Office to 12 1 to 5 Xot Hut WlxMi to ARE YOU A LOVER Of If try We have full lines of GiJionjY world famed Or if you prefer Webbs ve can fill the as we have a complete assortment of these star FREEMAN CO WESTERN iWAREHOUSE Kailroad ing and General 1 Coal Delivered SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick Cockshutt Machinery AVebher and Adams Wagons V Canada Carriage Cos RODGERS Phone All kinOs Draying and Team work done EAJTL KIRKHAM 1 AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet popular demand of the the JTRCD Synopsis Of CiBadiM NortkWcst 1 HOMESTEAD ANT even numbered Mctloa o Dominion la aM excepilnf s inl mij be homeitearted by anj who BOie head of a or any male of to me extent of or more or nry rnuht be made a tke local land office for ttoe dltirlct In whlcb the The homesteaOer U required to perform vie conditions connected therewith under OM of ihe fallowing lAt least upon and of tht Una lu each year three If the father It of lne farm in the vicinity of to may be by person wuh U If the eettlcr upon farmliK land owned by him In the vlcln mar wtUfied by Upon the said pon Six raonha notice In wrttlnf Bhould given to the Commlwiioner or Dominion ai Ottawa of Intention to apply for of tbe or ihe On the lutjropean it is frown early year the lands are very harrowed and rfurp in all the field looks mosavHke a M v plow land anvlhmg os rnil always the number of times you bhls do ro cultivate but rather j injury lo On fchc The top soil of ihe orchard should always be kept in perfect j As Campbell poiivts it Js alfalfa impact c the Sr i shade of ana S f IB r 1 la3luo ari bHckfilhne of 34 a ten uncuitiv o iikler pipe at posala must be made out on forms siipplied by the The Company reserves the right to re ject any and all H Uesident ALLEN Architect ami Superintendent RAYMOND ALBERTA to the life of a At lie land plowed not loss Mvaa a foot in ciepth kept cultivated and freft tihroughout alicon tire from By t call summer the precipitation for tfce is atbsoibed and maintained with a minimum of loss from When ordering the consignee should always on his ship in paper lined boxes to prevent white on jm awdiattly on their arrival be takea and damp earth clear up to Uie lor a few when you Alter every hea vy storm the ground to s and cake and dry up from the suriace too soon you get into the mud ami do no If you wait too long uhe dirt cuts up into little yquares and chunks of plaster which may be better than but still arc not much Tor a There is a Jrappy med ium between these two vhen the ground will crumble nicely under the showing moiat earth ev Then is the time to cul sprin The first cultivation in The Detail of Planting When plantipf put dozen or so on a sled or low wagon and covei tbem vrth a Take a sprinkler along and never allow the roots either to become dry exposed to the Trim broken or damaged Put about two full of moist dirt in the middle of the riitle pyramid to fit the crotch of the root tben hoW the tree firmly with both and press it down rnto th dirt so as to ieave no air un der the natural arch of the put in the remainrfcr of tho tamping solidly as the holo be shotikl take as scon as the frost is out of the if the soil is too hard for the cultivator the disc should be Tiie time for tfce last cultivation is just before the ground neezes up in the Then you can not on ly bury the and prevent the days in order j wind from carrying them but you cau also destroy riinetenths of the destructive orchard insects which hib oraate in the These insects are aurncd ip the cultivator and the first freeze catches I a home made just an oak board ten feet from to standing 000 Toot from the ground and studded with fifteen cul tivator Mades on iron A oak tongue ia attached to tihe and with this implc nwnt hitched to our heaviest be herwfiittjd itAJfalfa be uscd for soiling and is especially valuable for ly T McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor cuttin he drillfsl firm to ten t the rate of cighteon to JIEDTCIXK HAT to Establish Larger JRepiir Shops at That j Will devote bis entire time during j the summer to laying out new I Contract on Mcslicinc Hat The of news has un vi niLiciit iaa peopletor have ihe benefit of hoeing by hjnt it drilUd When tlw plants an Inch or announced by locomoiive foreman at this is the decision railway S UK decision of tJiei so fdioukl bo nm lively convany to put larger the early part a heavy dresaing of manure should be in THspring of the succeeding years the ground must carefully hocl between the With this treatment cuttings slwuld retfidy first parkt of successive crops will be rapklly pro cut and cut a at Medicine hcad ol he power department of the com has insi ructions for ihc orcction of repair shops ait the fiatne as at Calgary UIKI Moose The new building wiL and built of rht rouTKHiousc will also be onlargw hy the addition of six 7iirri The JSTOffice the Meets in OddtftUowi everr Ffiiii evening at VUulne brcticn ar rt BRANCH REBEKAH 2 ratifcUowg Ball erj and fonriL Mrs Stafford Annie Daviea department will Ivc i which ma j movod from the piwnt location inj It always be borne in mind I to what is now the machine that the cuttings must bomade bei For this dcpartrrtent gas th fore the plant reaches its full flowerbe tilted Gas furnaces for Ing If made into hay i of orpine lun Se grCnlCbi ami will in The chaoges in tho accomtiioJation for tvcntv amount oi care in turning the as the leaves tacome very and ffiv used much wyte of valuable I four saving a forae will The has i nas a crop which been raised fonr fcel arid will be flu roaches Ms fullest productive powers eel in about three it is a proJTt fitable crop from the It practically a permanent but up verandah and xvatercar house will i George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices IS can cultivate twenty acres a day Or COMPLAINT IN the summer months comes but nottamping on nnj uncovered portion of The laAt I T o of Iha ion and manure necessarv to two or three inches of earth should lxiwcls Ahich should receive careful left loose as a mulch and to fereak it up after eight as then the yield be on the It generous ard properly cul lvaletl OIKl lookevl after will j ormous Xo otve should go i in for k on such lines ru not to to give it the sccure tht if should he set in the hole threa or four inches obove ihe as soon as the first unnat ural loostaiess of the towels appears Thu Ivst medicine in TJM for bowel complaint is Chamtjerlttina Cholera and Remedy aa it5 tho best but every farmer go in for as much alfalfa inicK n he can cultivate and manure r Iv i across awJ in The new machine shop vill be located just east of the round All these improvements mean arc cognition of tJhe value of the natural gas as a cheap motive power and as thing in many ways around a foundry ans5 madhine Twelve men were engaged this week for work in the The new depot will t ready for ar An track has leen Isid the object top of the tree shouKI ie trim pronfjLl Controls any unnatural j no signs have Black aai MM Series art Fncy tfce Ulesi itMCM balance the If it has a good of iho hut if root 5s diminutive cut otT almost of the always favor of a few For the leaves all ss of the For ALFALFA NERDS From Anwrican Cultivator Houdifncnlt it is to f MODEST OFTEN CARRY THE MOST j the famous srun in i placed his gun a coni of le its power to much liolow what LU Ltrr oes livery is a tarn proportion of farmers to experi roots vri part of the soil 5S j oughly shown in the case of m condition for leaves breathe the carbonic Yonr own material made Patterns and prices on Kingston East of the English Church 1 which is constantly rising from ml tivatcri and in loss proport i v ion from nnlillcd The sap cirn culatcs very much in the same fash n new crop has ihor alfalfa for the greater no attempt to grow others ion as the Wood in the heat he time further For it failure on a soJjl utter to the crop have The of the trial was thenfore a insteod of H is ihe same with the I YARDS AT mannfftcturers of j Cholora iiri Diarrhoea Tl ey j SAVED HIS COMKADKS LTF do not publicly hoast of all nmet1y will Jnt STlJdJNG It Will Pay VTou To See Our Stock Before We Cant Do It For what some do your work for BUT WE CAN DO which more im portant to the life of your Cuffs is lengthened by pro cess of knndering Neck Comfort possible when your collar hat Whilo returning from the Grand saw jn oup The payroll at Hat last month amounttnl to about The News is confklent thnt wlwn the railway company finds out the groat saving effected mach ino shops Jhroxigh ihe use of the natj ural that this rww shop willbej thc forerunner of the car shops which are to located Iwtwctn nt 01 i dry every coliar is ironed with a ng probaVy the exciting Work of AfterCultivation and money 10 sow faUa on impervious soils Pains loams xvilh har1 j has never g a hot and Jry summer the hir all the grwrrt aroutxi them allowed to or run ito woods The cultivator will gradually fill up green grass the onlx to be and when TWwi clover burned it would afford n the users make the statements iu a comrade from was i What ihcv do is a j whh cholcrx morhus and was9niooth Comfortable edge cure in a critioal says no extra charce either of I i jj gave him Chamberlains Choi1 era ami Diarrhoea Jtemody and lc saved his 1 have Niftn eni gagevl for ten years in immigration work aivd conducted nvany pwties to south and I alvays carry this remedy ami have uwd it success siomach and known to For in the ns art David eral calls us try a lot for on many Sold by all ;