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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Furnace The "Sunshine" furnaces and tunny" ways are synonymous. The cold, dreary winter days can be made cheery and wnrm with a pure, healthful hent if you have a " Sunshine " furnao*. Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel and "shines" in many other ways over common furnaces. Two shukcrp are used to shako the heavy, triangular-shaped grates. This just cuts the work of shaking* down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than the old oiio-shakor stylo. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  t Booklet free, WOsryi LONDOX, TOHOMTO, MoNTMU.. WUM�M, V'tNCOCT*!,, Ht. lot*. HAMO.TO*. TIII5 MIY l-'AUM OltCUAHh. lly ! H. Parsons, Parker, Colo. in the Scientific Farmer. HICK & WAKELY AGENTS I ho dead furrows in which -the. trees were planted, leaving Hie. land Mill dis-lied toward Hie lives and thus ihrowlmr no Inconsiderable tiuntvUty \\\ Idea prevails among tanners in of wnter to their roots during the the so-called semi-arkl districts, tluu summer storms nnd freshlets. Hefote 'winter every .voting tree should bo GOVERNMENT OF THE OR. P. W. TULLER any of tlio ordinary grain crops uri> more easily grown than fru it The exact opposite Is the truth nn.l Hie reason is easy to appreciate. When a tree is properly |ilnnt.�il itl-: st-ion and when nfrec/o comes there utely nothing \a prevent him from I" plenty of room for expansion and raining his own fruit for home con- �� damage results Should these c�.|ln sumption or enhancing the value and I* gorged with sap such a freeze may beauty of his environment by vlnnt- cause splitting of the wood, bursting IB* a grove of trees around his home of the bark and even the possible death of a tree. In fact frozen �tt| may burst a tree as easily as frozen water will burBt an iron pipe. Unfortunately, a warm spoil winter will often cause the sap to risw n that part ot the tree most cxpo*x1 in the sua and the south side of the trunk becoming gorged with sap, sudden drop to tero Is likely 4oc�us extensive damage. In Choo#i�g the Orchard Site In choosing a �IU for the orchard the ur�t consideration should be depth and quality of soil. Of all the varieties of soil we have to choose from I rather prefer a clay loam with a reddish tinge ol color, and, as a general rule, tree* will fruit earlier and bear hotter in a heavy than in a light soil. At the same time, however, they can certainly be i successfully grown in almost any soil { that will raise corn, wheat or po j tatoes. The soil should bo at. least five o six feet deep, with preferably a clay bottom; but given a greater -depth heavy, succulent and vnluajbUi ftr-age. I know Hn one part of lOnglntnl In the drv summer of 100.1. a former cut.sumiMenit daily from a two-acre field tor twctit.y-.Hlx mllclt rows, one hull and fifteen calves, and no stock could hnve thrived ItcHer or proved more satlsfact ory. A writer giving bis i-xiNH-icnra in j EJ{ (hat fill I'XUlinatiotl will be the Agricultural Gazette, of F.nglniid' lieltl by Mr.. Joseph BllXtoll, Cal-stotod that tie began cut ting in Mny.jgnry, u duly appointed Inspector *nce which till Ocioiwr. there was j of "Steam Boilers for the Province never a week without mowings, according to reA|Uircuu' CLOCK A. M. for the purpose of giving engineers mul Japptvitticca an opportunity of qtiu-I lif.ying for certiftVates ttntltT ilif I provisions of The Steam Boilers I Act, BMUl. Application for exHiitiuation tHYSlClAN AND SUHQEO LETH BRIDGE >fflee-Oter Oil's Htrber Shop. Hour* to \ cor Bmdett [tiH^'ctor or to - dulix Stih-ks. Honrs Before u a.m., 2-1! p.m.. Deputy .Minister.'? M p. in. Suiulavs 1>..'{0 to l)e|�irlim-iil of Pnl'.lii- Works, p. in. Telephones -41 ami 5:{. Kdinunloii. Allu. I'M I. M i:\vitlits W. S. Gai.hkaith ---- M.I). CM. M. D. C. M. Notice The host antidote for this kind of trouble ia to head the tances low en oufth so that the lower branch.%s s*wde the trunk, but where this treatment is Impracticable H is easy of manure and deep plowing is a nee , , ,. , , . . . In thu matter of the fompuiuus eassry factor, and any extra expend WiitdinB.|i|i Ordinance, 11)02, uud in in getting it into good hearu, clean. | n^. matter of the wiinlmg-up of the and in fine tilth will b� well rcl'.od. j 1-ethhrklgo Co-Opotafivu Association If the land has been occupied prev - i l-'mited. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. . , , , , All er.jditors of the Lothbridge Co- lously by iwtatoes so much the bet ' o,)eratl\v As�oci�tion, Limited, and ter. The land as soon ax cleared other* Ixivlng claims upon the aaid Nhouhl in� deeply plowed two or three j �'ont|>any, are required to a\sd them and expedient to wrap the tixv with j limes, then harrowed and rolled. ,i,, 1 i^"^."*TS&?lS*!t!l of' especially at securing a clean, On j the ifioiel Arlington FRED. RQONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVtL'NG PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$|.R0 A DAY |LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I of soil the nature of the sulxioil N almost immaterial so lou� as it is or sh�> the trunk with a hoard, composed of Home substance pet- ^ ^ cauw hww. nK�ble by -the roots of tree*. ovi>|. j(j mu(J| ,eM ,n OPl.halMh On the qwation of eX|>,*.ure every ., ih BI1J irrisated. body diftem, but fruit trees are found, . . ... . . .,,,,, . ,, 'and in ordinary winter amounts ;o growmg and dotog well in every va^ Umost nQ ^ |mrsU�rf� |10wer h.|y of exposure an . facing ever incrcaBk.s xs,ilh altitu.le uu-ohard faces the east, with protection �,on,v lft0 loughwl nn0 inost ,.lfts-from the north ond west whkIs and ,ic.nbrod lrcvH Mn ,,x|st al llmbel.: it hns never nv.ssetl a crop in six |jllt> rMlis ,B ,ne only j, offpct o(; >"onrs' i altitude on fruit trees, so far as 1 ilm day of August, lUOO tlivl jiv Statutory Declaration. After the snid UHlli day of August, llKW. the liipiwlntoi- nnderalg'iicd will pro- ossl to lune. HHMi. kept i-loan and five from grasses m.a � indigeuoiis iilunts more isisil.v than' _,. , U'tbl.riKlKe Cn-Ois'rative Association The annual , . ,. , Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 148. DR. D. JACKSON DENTIST Graduate Northwestern Uuiversity Dental School, ChicSi'o. I. Ktssv. Liquidotor' , when groMtt ttrondcast hoeing is a v,,r.v impoiHnnt factor in the successful culture of this crop. I.imilel Some protection from wind is most | bavo x^n ablo ,0 discover, and It , ,lv ,ni.t |0 kptf|| tnc p|aiR ,, fl||, ,iR fROYAL * HOTEL | TABER, ALTA. | Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 par Day i desirable, especially for winter pies, which are prone to fall in tho September squalls a few weeks be- ! font) maturing. On the other hand, too much shelter is productive o heat and the trees, missing fiitun-crop will suffer less from frost on the slopes than on .the lowlands, the hillsides often Iving exempt when u black freeze holds full sway over the bottoms. OI, ,fk. IckBllhiirS Ml ll �s nec-essarily l^st adapted to this cll-.|y Ml uncl,m,.0. �"> �'K ��� ""^".""K ��,e6 mute. S On the I'.uropean continent. ">v ' po�ula uitmt be made out oil forms. RAYMOND How Often, Hut When to 1 il is Ifrown broadcast, early :-i ,ii�h supplied by the C'ompjmv. 'I'ht* � t.j'vato. *'��r ,hl> '�"K|'* oro %,'r>' eueiiivei.x Coiiiiniii.v reserves the right to re- J. C. ALLEN Architect anil Sti|ierintendeiit - ALBERTA. I FREE BUS MEETS | ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ARE YOU A LOVER Of ChocolatcbV If so. try ours. We have full lines of Ganong's world famed goods. Or if yon prefer Webb's we can fill the bill, as we have a complete assortment of these star makes. : : : : SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO xo:o:ooldLO.o:o.o:o:ojaq.oiQ.o o>o acrca. mora or lc��. SKn'ry rouhi Ue mad* paraoDallf al lh� local land office for IU� dlalrlcl to wblcb tbe land la ktiualr. Tbr lioinemcader la required to perioral (be cbuiiinooi, couEecied iberewltb under dh el MirlullowlQg plaua.: l. *i leant mi woaiba' realdeocc upon and culu�atiou uf tbr laud m cacb rear foro Ibrce )r�v� " il>� faiher ur u oilier. If (be faiber la jccca�rdi ui the uoiiifteader reatdea upon a (aim in tbe vicinaj ut ibe land entered fur ibe requlreineuu a� iu rcatdeoce mat be eaile&ed by aucb perami reaidlng wtib ibe latber ur moilter. j. ir tbe aenler baablapeiisaocm realdancc upon farmlug laud owned by blin Iu ibe vtetn-Uy of lila bomeaiead. Ibe requlreaieiiw ae 10 reatdonce mar be aailaded by realdeocc upou tbe aatd land. land that' has been previously eiilii -voted tfmn on freshly' broken .niurc� and chunks of ssntidd to the life of a tree. \t ,,|Ustcr \Wiich may U- better than least a yesr before plant myratiou should take place as �on as the When ordering tbe coiiNlgnov should (ro- -hard for the cultivator pad in paper lined boxes to prevent \ the disc should 'be used- avaporsUon while on the roo-d Im-, Tin- time tor the last cultivation mediately oa their arrival -they : ia More the ground freezes up should b� token out, sprinkled und in the winter Then you con not on- burled tat damp earth clear up to the ly bury the leaves and prevent the broach�s for o lew days in order wind n,,j,| |ooKk ,nom |,kl, >( ,,,, ,., Vs -Mr. Compliell |Mjlnt� out. it s 1 ,,|ow |am| Mian nnytbing el.-v i t.-l �tot always the numher o( tinxw y��u ! m,Ih lou^h ir,.ntiiiiit s-vms to do i.> cultivate tha-t couiiIh, but rather ,nJury to the crov n�. On �h-  >-� -when you cultivate. After every Ilea- trnry. they st�em to Ik> lien-fiif -I l-y vy storm the ground tH.ffins to s��tlu |, .Vlfalfa rtiotiW l>c -i�.mI for m.U.iij; and cake and dry up from tho Niirfaee ! Am| iH uk,HH-inlly valuable f,,r . i.l> cutting The seed jt ct nnv and till tenders. II. V. Pamkkh. Itesident Engineer. Cranbrtok. li C. MKIUClSi: HAT l� HAPPY. A. W. McVittie Dominion La ml Surveyor Will ilevoti- liiu entire time during the biimuiur U> laying out new lownaitt-a. Contract prices ou application sprinkler along and never allow the roots either to become dry . r t, .� exposed to the sun. Trim i.'f broken or damaged roots. Put about i the first freeze catches them I use a home made cultivator, an oak board ten leet from end to end, standing one foot from the ground and studded with fifteen cul Uvator blades on iron shanks. A two shovels full of moist dirt l, ,hc ���d: 8�"d' �^ iol*Ud ,?.aV"!!*d to the centre, and with this Imple iiv>nt hitched to our heaviest uaui DRAYING All kinds ot Droymg and Team work done promptly. ' EARL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET 'AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet ths popular demand ot the the district. rtvEO HorniNs. # f�op. middle of the hole, forming a 'ittie pyramid -to fit the crotch of the root then hold the tree firmly with both la and press it down into tb. dirt so as to leave no air spacoH under ihe natural arch of the root Then put in the remainder of thv dirt, tamping solidly as the hole bo-comes filled, but not tamping on tiny uncovered portion of root. 'Hie lasi two or three inches of earth should be left loose as a mulch and the tree, if grafted, should he mrt in the TV. I>e*t medicine in u�? 'or hole ttiree or four inches tvbove 'Av gr*'t . t , , , i prompUy controls wty unnatural The top of tlve tree should be trim- j i,-lf,K,,n,.s)1 ,f u,v i>oW(.|s Tor sale by med to balunce the root. If H has a j u|| (> drill.Nl fu hi seven to ten inches apart. ,t lh, drllbKl tvWor. Wlten the plants an- m> an inch oi It to KntablUsh larger ltept..-( g^-fjHice at ll.e Coaldale Hotsl, Shops at That City. LetllbridRe. (M.^licifie Hat Newa-I ;-�--" � � 1 � -: 'lb.- best piece of m-ws win.41 hb�; Lethbridge, Lodge "So. S. �>me to our |ieople lor come tune is j aiiiioiinc-d hy Mr. Patterson. tM* It j iiH-iiiiiotive foivinan at thin pdiid It Is the ileci-tion of railway Meet* In Oddlelluwa Hall erer� \fni\f so higti the ho; should tte run llghily 1 roii^niny lu |��t l�rg�'r repair �hoi>s ! aU�a�"Kwriroi^" "'luC''' u,lUn� "el',,B through the rows. During the early at U.slicme Hat. Mr t lull, head miw Bennett, C V Bennett, iwrt itf lis- winter a heavy utrcsslng ' Hm- |h>wer de|�nrliin�ni t,f the com- i '_____ *" *,c Oorl.\ Puny, has given instriiet.innH for Hw ' of manure should be applit�.l. In Tin spring of the succeeding v.itrs [ noiion of repair shops tut M.�f-i'iunt will lc niov��d from the l>re��m location into what is now the niuchine shop. For this department gas forges wi.l \a> littii|> Cas furnaces for the manufucitiling of ongiiiu sprinKs stalled 'I'ho chantp-s hi  la.* shop will give ucconnnonat inn fur (veiity-four engines, saving a t.^ niiiount ol fuel airl time The IninMioiis,- ,,us been rnis;d tour fei>t und will Im tilt �-;l up with vcrundah and uwnings. Ttie water-car house will In* doubled will tie necessary to ui-e tho greatest lx>.n ordered nnd will shortly b-' >�' care in turning the swaths, aa the leaven lieconw wry brittle, ami If roughly used much waste of valuable forage will occur. Alfalfa is a crop which generally reaches 'its fullest productive pownrs in about three years, but it Is a profitable crop from the first. It is  in si/* The �cw maehino shop v'lll practically a permanent plant, but it  be locutetl iust oust of the round-is (>est to break it up after seven or jhous}>. we can cultivate twenty acres a day | or eight years, as then the yield .vn these improvement* mean a ro-witli enst� 1 will lie on the decrease. It deserves ; cognition of the value of the natural ____. I generous treatment, a-nd pro|ierl,v cul i gftH us tt ^tieap motive power and or Ituwil. fOMiMJVINT IN fill Lilt1 l|var wi" H'*" '" � useful thing in many ways around ' : urinous rt*tuns. No otw sltouUl uo a f,H,W|ry ,ik1 inudiiiw shop. ' ' in for i-t on such extended lines George Rogers LUMBER The (ild KVliablH Vard Norlb of Freight Shwl. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices I................... -.........- ........... Twelve men were engaged this week During ttw sununer months chili'*, not to b0 n��le to give ll the j (,,. work jn c.P R reii ure subjcei to dlsoi-Jeie of Slat Ion and manure necessary to Keciir--bowels which should receive careful, tlho �wst ^suits. but every furmei attention as soon as the first unnat-, , ,, . , urul loosuiwsH �( the l�weta ap^ars Ko in for as much alfalfa in bowel ' he can cultivate and manure pro|ier-L'oiiipliiini iH ChwiUs-rlaina Colicjly. Cholera and Hiurnlio-a Iteimdv aa it| ^V. It (MI.IIKRT. two-thirds of the top. but if the | a, , ro0' is diminutive cut oft almo�t the 1 si�ij,oiib.' notice in writing should be ,.�., | whole of tho top. always �isrrinii,.-.i to Hie Oommtaaiuner of Domloion Lands atitm, i, r, . , �'*�>8 rimmu -Ottawa of intention to apply for patent. \v " a*or ot � 'pw goonl. lively apply for patent, w. w.ooav. Vepuij of the Minister of the Interior. Smart Tweeds. Black saf Blue laaifa Serges and Worattii, Faacy Strips Pasting* and tbe Latest Dtsiias ia Vetltafi Cleaning, Pressnjg, Repairing, Altering. Your own material wade up. Patterns and prices on application, E. W. Kingston East of tbe Eoglisb Cburcb bttds. For the leaves encourage awl nourish the root fts muoh aa the ro ,t does tho leaves. Kvery trn- is a liv-iing. breathing organism, i i,. rools digest that part of the soil lfi M.r.VLIW NKKna TIIOHOIJOII TRICATMICN'T. (I-Vnin American Cultivator) MOUKST CLAIMS OI-TKN I'AltRY TIIK MUST (OXVKTIO*. Wh.'ii MuVim. the famous irun in | vetitor, placed his gun liefore a roiii-iuritlee of judgi>s, ho stat-ml its enrry-] iiag power to be much below what he tell sure the gun would accomplish The result of the trial was therefore a great surprlw, instemd of Uisup-polntmciit. It is the same with the-inanufiuHuix-i-s of ('han�t'�>rlnin's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itenvily. Tl ey Mow ililllcult it is to Induce�*r certain proportion of farmers lo e\peri-iwnt with a now crop hai t�oen thor-oiigtiiv Mhown in the case of alfalfa in condition for assimilnion. The iwhere the greater propor-Uonhavt, leaves breathe the carbonic nil jl,,M,>' nU diugglsis. As soon as the young -trees nro j value of alfalfa should lo very planted they should lie cultivated and the ground around them never allowed to hake or run "to weeds. The cultivator will gradually fill up shops The new Cl'.R. dopot will ie ready fur occupation next woek. An additional track has l>eeii laid across Main Street and the object -ionnblu "no thoroughfare" signs have diM�p|k�art>d. Thu C. I'. It. pay-roll at MiHliclne Hat Inst month amount,si to about �.'�7.000. The .News is confident thud, when Hie railway company finds, out the great waving effected 'in Uieir machine shops through -the use of -then,|t-"iul �rns, that ihi* now shop will be the forerunner of the car suoos which are to I mi located 'lietween IV-innipctf i nn;l Vancouver. ---YARDSAT-- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay iTou To See Our Stock Before BnyijgEI��*wbere. We Can't Do It For wbat some other* do vt'tir work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, wuioh is more important to you, as tbe life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is leugthened by our pro-ct'ss of laundering them. Neck Comfort lifii.t possible when your collar lias do not publicly boast of all this | ..Whiu, returning from im> (Iraml, "saw teeth" etlges. In our lanu-ivmmly will accoropUsb. but pr -(er t.�� | Al.||iv _ |.:m.ttmpineiH ut WjisliinB''"'1' dry �very collar is ironed with u U-i the usors make the sUlements , cu>; tt l.1,limue from Klgin, III., was smoot|, rouutl( col,fortable edge- What thev do claim. i� Unit it will j ukl,, w>,|, t-holera morbus and wa*. i>�",, iii a critieal coiKiition." says Mr. .1 �o estra churge either. Phone 10. lloughlnnd. uf Hldon. Iowa. " fU**. Wagon calls everywhere, gave him Chamberlain's Colic. Choi-, era awl PJarrhnea Jtenwly and be-! l^ei lis ir> mot lor >ou. SAVLD HIS COMItAUKS Lll'K ap- parent. It would lxj ahout tho onlyl 'l'**e �m�dldaite8 in the lOast Mgln green het'linge to be seen and when 'bye-election for tho Commons are " ,, �� he seen, ana when iUr8,,alli Aylmer. Co-is