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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY ITEBALO Page 1- m o at It hammer ind tonn ant lery otte.i loe comes out a little He worse lor wear Kcott. howcvcti ii 'a lot heavier and >ifg" Uua Bajlej u, The Sunday School Athletic League Coming to the Front Westminster Football Club Defeated the St. Andrews Las Night in Fast Game Standing of the Clubs The Sunday School Athletic Lea- gue in its scope the general receives, has dcvclpped U) he one of the biggest things in.spprt in the city. Tho games are well at- tended and are putting up something worth watching. A good crowd turned out last night and. saw a well contested game in the senior football game between the St. An- drew's and Westminster, teams on the former's grounds, resulting -in mi- other victors: lop the Westminsters Mr. Mclnenly stated that he had 'a small'! nearly built and which he would move to the lake as soon as .it'is completed, which will be in a couple of days. It would ac- commodate 'most of.the crait on th'e lake at the.present time. Another meeting will be held in the near .future, as soon as the com- mittee is ready to report. Last night's meeting was rated as very encourag- ing CROP ROTATIONaAND ''SOIL CULTIVATION St. Mary's 30212 1 RECORDS SUNDAY SCHOOL BASKET BALL LEAGUE .000 Senior Games Played .Won Pet. Knoxl. 2 J -500 Knox II 1 0 Westminster..' 3 2 Bt. Cyprian's 4 2 .500 Junior. Gamec Played Won Pet. St Andrew 1 1 1 1000 Westminster 3 2 100P, Knox- 1 1 10M' St. Andrew II 3 -000 Baptist 2 0 .000 The games between Westminster Senior and Knbx II. arid between Knox I. and Knox II. came out a tie and. will be played off. at a Inter date. In regard to the Jnuior -teams, there have been several games postponed, which will be repo'rted on lalar. THREE BRITISH MOTOR BOATS FOR RACE Southampton, Eng., July motorboats appeared for the elimina- tion trials to select the British repre sentatives for the race to he held ill the United States en August 31, the international trophy. MncKay Edgar's Maple Leaf IV. covered a course of thirty-three nautical miles in 49 minutes. The Marquis of Angle- sey's Mona covered the same course in one hour one minute and forty seconds, and Norman C. Neill's Mill- mar in one hour four minutes' and thirty-three seconds. WOLGAST- BROKE SMALL BONES IN LEFT HAND X-rays show that A-d. Wolgast broke three small bones in his left hand .in his fighl with .loe Rivers on July 4. Toronto is After Winnipeg Hockey Stars Winnipeg, July the class of the Winnipeg Amateur Hockey League appeals to professional nates is borne out by the efforts to recruit some of the stars. Victorias made such: a brilliant showing last season that nearly every member ot the chamnion Allan cup team could find.a position in the pro- fctsiouiil ranks if such a step was contemplated. I After defeating Eatoiis; sd decisive-1 ly in the spring siichi sl.ars Uaker, Corky licss Mfiffat, f'oo Dion, Krai and; Hammy liakcr were rcconiiiipu'dcd; by "pro" scouts. One of the orTtcials of the Canadicns, of Montreal, who saw the Allan cup games, told ,the manage- ment ol the .club hr is identified with I lo get niou and Haniray llakcr. 'riierc is pvaclifnlly no rhancn of any of the Vlctorirs' turning prpfrs- tionai, however, and it looks as U rThere has :recently been-received from Ottawa a-pamphlet on-erop ro- tation and IV'emhod les an address dolhered bj Gns cfTexperimental firms, during the past.sessionsof parliament before the standing committee of the Senate on Agriculture and Coloniza .tion. At the "outset the point is made that crop returns depend on soil.and sbi! management. The .pamphlet ;then goes on to deal with soil functions, requnements of ciops, lotation, culti valion, moisturej warmth, plant food, cultuial operations and implements These subjects are subdivided until the Held of successful crop growing is well covered. crop rota- tions, seven are described and explain- ed. The three year crop, grain, highly l ecom mended, more especially for farais that include considerable areas of rouKll .land fit for .pasture, but not available for crop production. Farms that are mostly arable are halter sened by a foul year course which adds cne year's pasture to the.three year rotation mentioned. Any of the scv-an rolations, described if care- fully followed ami the cultural op- erations therewith performed at the right time and in the right was, are claimed by the author, to .increase tremendously Ihe crop production of any given'farm and at the same time 'increase but slightly, if at all, the cost of production. This pamphlet, which covers thirteen pages, is avail- able to all who apply, for It to the Publications Branch, Department 'of Agriculture. Ottawa. MORE SITTINGS OF, COURTS the team will he intact next .season. While it is extremely unlikely that a single member of Ihe Vies will be tempted liy the glilio.r of .gold tlierc arc several other Winnipeg amateur players who will he asked to consid- er offers. IJoth Varsity and Monarchs have men who arc thought fast enough for any company. HniCi! Ridpalh, who will manage the Toronto team, lias already an-j proachcri local men and ii such aj thing were possible he ly up Ihe nucleus for his club right .in this city. "Cully" .Wilson, the sturdy right wing of the Monnrchs, and "Steam- er" Maxwell, Monarch rover, are two of the Winnipeg players that Hid- path is aflcr. Hofh arc young and riip promise of rjevelopins; into hril- linnf playM-s and Hidpalli is prepared to make thaai 'Haltering ofter. Calgary, July relievo the congestion of C.IECS at tha different courts .the province, it has been decided to. hold court at many places not before considered as central enough for this purpose. Coronation, one of the newest towns in the province, la to have a' sitting of the District Court, and the Dis- trict Judge's criminal court on Thurs- day. October 12, under the new pro- visions. Repairs We repair anything from an automobile to a Niven Machinists 54.7-.ith St., Lethhridge MIGRATORY PUNTS MOTOIC WESTWARD twfe ky -MM, and Artmali mi Ctntlnwtta Ths kingdom, kingdom tie Individual plant mart lUtlonary, may ipread til ow la thta 'wiy It may rreat trayaloM. are the inojt lucciiitul1 and adventurous travelers be animated natnra.' Bjr M ikneit-lnjm- He number of devioee and Jrulta flee from the parental nwt on on ocean currents, by and rivers. By cling to aniaiala, and to are Irani- ported, from jlace to others are carried by 'blrdi. Some.seeds convert In: to .and and vlilt countries, by water; otlwrt spread out sails .and w: travel balloon faiklon. The on ocean wawei from one Island to another, Uw tracU of our -bauBWoo4 eltng-'.to tht parent stem until the ground li covered snow, over the amootb lurfaoe which long, mlgraUojn are be- fore the blaati of winter. Our tansy, horeaound aad catnip, all of which TflU In thii.coun- try, came over from Europe, and of course were unknown before the ar- rival of the white race. Unknown Plant. .Appear The mullein stalk; so common u to be almost unlvnwl in'thia continent, came "from Europe and was utterly unknown to the Indiani. The mullein is a great traveler It Is found in almost every country on the globe. In 'the .few countries where It failed to arrive by 1U own peculiar methods travel it has been carried .by man as a curiosity. Being a citi- zen of so many countries it has a long list of common names, such as Adam's flannel, blanket leaf, bullock's lunkwort, candlewitch, foltwprt, hare's beard, hedge, talker, ice leaf, staff, lady's foxglove, and many oth- ers. The dandelion, which is so much at home in lawns, yards along' the roadsides, is not a. native here at-all It came ummited with our forefathers from .Europe, but it Is not known how it got here Per- haps the seeds came in the bedding or inu packages of goods After its aimal in America it began to explore and settle up the country, assuming all rights and prn lieges ol the true colonist, The dandelion bas gone to eieiy part 'of the country except the scuth It is a need wherever It ap- pears, but is usef jl as salad or greens ami the :root- has medicinal proper- ties. Crosses Ocean Tb'e'poke weed, or the poke berry, as it is populailj called in the rural districts, is a native here. It is one weed which America has given Eur- ope, wheie it is culthated as an orna mental plant The poke is a very and beautiful plant, but the earliest use made of it bv pioneer settlers in America was to press the juice out of the ripe fruit for red, ink: The root is thick and fleshy, it is good foi rheumatism when convert- poultice, it is said. The weeds from Europe which have overrun the American continent ha-ve become the farmers chief nuis- ance. The early settlers were not an- noyed with weeds of am kind in their fields There no cockle in the the cockle arrivad from Europe long after the introduction of wheat: neither were there Tesian files; there nere no rats In the granan nor house mice in the kitchen, these pests came from Europe Ihe weeds But If recenci the weed from the nlrter civilizations we also received our choicest fruitfi grains and vege- tables from the several sources: According to researches of Hocb, 'a German Investigator, barley and originated from wild forms growing along the Mediterran- ean; the varieties of wheat .have de- veloped from species in buck- wheat Is undoubtedly of Siberian or ManchuTlan origin; garden beans nourished in a wild state upon the slopes of the Andes: the parentage of our cultivated cabbage, lettuce, spin- ach, asparagus, celery and most root crops can be .traced to the Medlter- ancan; the Orient has undoubtedly furnished civilization with onioni, horse .radish, cucumber and melon; Peru has given it Ihe Irish and sweet potatoes, egg plant and tomato; Cen- tral Asia, the 'rhubarb; .while our ap- ples, quinces, pear, currants, goose- berries and California grapes are of European parentage, and our straw- berries have resulted from grossing the native with the Chilean species. AFTER FRUIT PRIZES Creston, B.C., Preparing', far I Blj District .Display'-at the Leth- hrlrfne Exposition Creston, ;B.Ci, Board of Trade has decided to make a very large district display nt. the Interns tional Dry-Farmed' Products Exposi- tion, October' 19-26th, the feature ot which will be the fruit for which Creston has been famous for many years. Already the orchardlsts are ar- ranging to exhibit many varieties of peaches, apples, plums, etc., and Cres- ton looks forward io sweeping, all the blue ribbons In the (rult claw. Hate litercsl risk the principal itnlf by keeping a lot of in your home or pocketi. K''-' It WMU he muck taftr im the Union Bank likely to be instead of idle, waoU be. eaminf Interest nifht and day. If you Saviags Bank Account already, -in epett oat, a. R. TINNING, Manager. A. B..KIN6, Mtnigir LITHMIDOE 1RANCH ORAMY BRANCH THE CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, Title DeetU, or Uthbridge Branch C G. L Roww. THE MOMS BANK Record ef rirogreurf or Five 1911 Capital -.5.-: '..i. I I Reserve -Deposits Loans Tokl Assets Hai S3 Branchu In Canada, and Aganta and Comipondtnta In all the Prlqclpal In World. A QEMERAL BANKING 1USINE8S TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at ill branchn. Internt allowed at hlghctt currant rati. Lethbridge Branch. K.D Johnson, Manager BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY ACTS 'AS: TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR ASSIGNEE AND'RECEIVER MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTOAGli AOREEMENT3 OF SALE FURCMAStB INSURANCE: FIRE, AOCIOEN.T, EMPLOYERS, LIABILITY, FID1LITV GUARANTEE Block J. HaxUn Letnbrldot, Alta M TO PARADE BEFORE THE DUKE Winnipeg, Man, Julj members of the Veterans' have arrived In the city Hum West, era points to attend the contention, and re-imlon on Saturday. The .ylslt- ing veterans will form a separate unit of the brigade to parade before the Duke on Saturday morning. BIG PRICE FOR London, July Sir bum'B portrait of Lord Nwrton MM at Chrltle'i yentrdar (or IM.OW, while Mi portrait of Mix Janet brought and hit portrait of Law, 119.600. Galniborougb 9 portrait ol- air.Paul Pecholl aold for RMB- brandt'i portrait of his brother Ad- rlen, a full face for If it Needs Fixing SI? TVT LOCKS Hi IN LI TYPEWRITERS SEWING-MACHINES YOUR GUNS BICYCLES, ETC. TO D. E. MacDonald Expert Locksmith and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed Rear Sportlnj Goecji Co.'t old M., Phont 10M ;