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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta e A NEWSY AND NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touch with i the affairs of this Nohevys paper in Alberta has met with the encourage ment and the success that has favored the Herald in its six months Will find The Herald The best medium in Southern Alberta to reach the people K DEPARTMENT We have a modern equipment of type gind as well as firstclass5work and we rnake the statement without fear df contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs Us any office in the A trial will cbnyinqe you that we have a right to talk this Try us for 1 Letter Heads Envelopes Posters Calling Cards Wedding Invitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used The Heralds Motto Nothing but the Best WIFE OK THE HI T1IE Frpui the Toronto G In now we UPC if llOrizOU Our ijowsjK any or Irovwkcml boundary limits it is as tarretxchuhg us vast younft Iommioii Jt is t line thau ia yearly wi ulj p ilovincinl visitors each In IVJCXMR years have awl lufrn to iii mutual apprcvLution auci a The folt this rtiicMiexj in Us poriiieat atid iul growlii hut white thi VOSL conUnually Jy tlie irans thitlkor of the Province have experienced icturn influence tiws i bring with theju this awl ttave returnwl to live in fcw frwu tijie real UJKII ii ajiy otticial reMtieace m vui Ammig Uie iiHJHitwie of rccol ecOions Umt must throng about a old however Jje uorw more precious to owners of Rio Maples Uvat after a incmorabto long ige across the tOdmonioti opened doors of o the young Ixjde one sev Three month from July to was passed in that long drive hy waggon along the ami at its end a thousand iay besween Olivers new ier Edmonton was foniw ut a cluster of a trading 01 the Hudsons May awl stution of the Mounted Hut west in those clays had drawn 10 Uself of tho ihr which lies heybod1 and us The apf6ininiwit of the Frank Oliver as Minister of Uic InUrior has rougtit to western household presided over by s harming who has livrd smci c4ki iiHiooi in t he t M r Oliver typifiis in her b tKf womaithood the admiriiDli juaJtks for we look in wost rn breadth of view indopenieue of irvitci to a syjiifathetic with a tinge of enthusiastHTike 15 heUi in restraint by pracii al turn of Olivers ity strikes a IKW resiling1 note in Ottawa She has brought of the of the something of its receptiveness and Oliver does not tafc she too keen an In terest in life to descend to enjoys people ami people parently reciprocaite the sense of lint while the wife of the new Min ister has eneredupon her social with enjoyment and a lucky of royaltys faculty for names anl sije is first of all the pleasantfaced haus seeing well to the wvays oi ntr interesting souls of the and peopleof So society at the frontier usually very AtFxhnon ton thfn 4he wife of Chief Factor tlaixiisty brother of ia cona was a daughter of MacdoiigalL noted Two of Haixlistys sisters also reskitxl aiwl the of Mr Olivers girlish newiy from the have causfd siir tiie Since then Oliver has many trips through the iuitlu from Bdmooton bncf until last when she came to v hertha delight ml atmosphere tf hospitable and living in ie inter establishmont or her are in Two of FOLIO HT WITH J ESSB J The Late Major CafKwell of cine Fzom the Medicine Hat On Friday there in the jwrson of Major David Crock ett one whose name well known across ihe border in th gitat cattle days of Tex as and Even lief ore tha he caught tho for at th ajjo of thirteenhe threw 5n his lo with the Southern cause in 1861 an joined the oh Calvary of th Confekraie and after ih rough the war was connected wit theguerilla Ixinds of the Jesse the Younger tro fought with them to suc good effaci as to earn promotion t die rank of Ho was in any way connected wit these men In their later exploits a also appivciative and nat th and holdu ami HI have already heeouw akhoiiph he was once arrcsio popular with Ottawas younger Is in school at Her two sons arc facixi young while she youngest thIkl is a winomc of The eklost who married at Kdmontun last girlish at the tiite of lKr marriage litllo older iihun had and was nvarried at To advocates of early marriage there is an eloquent argument in Oliv ers a young woman iul deeply interestwl in hor husbowls ca she is a yonnffbfarled wIth her emering into thiiir insuring to them t homemo y of a bright xvltfrh she wisely belaves to be the though not always ihe lot of every principle is no with Oliver as a con sefpjonee their vt n has ijeen fw years one of the tirLfht est centres for young jxople in that hospitable little Althougli giving time ami earnest io the assisKince o cfmritable and religious Jons in Oliver has net Paul on suspicion of being en of the James He had n trouble in clearing himsflf and given a great banquet by of that city the next Until his deathhe always grey out of to the cause to which he It is only ios years ago that he came up from Hex ico to spy theland in tlie intr of Laval lieiesford cattle hut he made host of friendsaround here by his gen let arxl many were the reminds ccnces he toll oi the old cattle in Hie Whilecomfortably off at tic tim of his death the Major was at on the possessor of a far of tho vorlcis he was loi out of Texas property by a cou pie of rogues in his absence to an other part of the trickery cost the pair their lives a tihe reputation of u ing one of quickest men in in dru iiMxmt everything many In ih course of a mans1 Hay some Have was his sobriquet i those day is arvd many an oki cateie man in t4w South will recall hiiu held ofluv in nny nor Jws fir nlthout4i he T r any active part in romotion oi f hated ami i MI red bv his lo the various s societies which are reaching out even lo growing western M is Mrs Oliver objects to among Sho is much too fairmind TIIE OK 8UB Hy tike fact Urn few the vita e t f it s lot out of place in uiis ievote itonsicierable space tu mer In the firs let usconsider xm or the f the efltect of packing uio undei ortion ot the The fiiSt ox which really called my fct ention to suhjacking as the direct ause of iocieasod yield in In 1882 we had thj crop of spring wheat I had ever seen in any was in the orthernpart South ieW being more than 40 bushels per The stmw was long aixl stiJT the harvesterwas raised to the lighest point that as little unnecessarystraw as nxxl to1 lit due time thcfteld cleared he crop and tin jjlowiiig done lo a On account of no rain hat fall thesoil was rather Iry during Considerable now fell so that Hn the spring ail of Ike pi owedground lo depth of plowingwas moist Work of harrowing aod seeding be as soon as the frost would per thioc horses vere driven over iijc fiijkl attachctJ to a Mo horses attached to a anl three Ivorses to the harrow the Ooirrg over the field three imos with Miese eams resutttd in rjmny hoof Strange as it may Hve only what tlwit Svw to heigUL and pro i grain was grown is hoof prints where the weight of the had made tlie sjil fit in to Me In the re mainder of tha field theTop soil was up from the sobsoil by lung turned under ICO jour for tiefefe Wisconsin Central RyF aid Ail CM Convenient PuUiuaa Free redijiing Diuiug For full infonoAtiou aadrtM H travelling 371 MoWt or general passenger Crotral 5ooi I f that had the fall Two years later acres and the swci put with an a device aftach ed io the eiKl of conuivon wagon arxl driven 4y a sprocket toheel attaohed to the In t4iis one man tendod machine and another man drove the both in addition lo the weight of wagon nkin thvre was also that of from four to six bushels of wheat This total weight paused wheels to firmly pack the soil to bott Hero again there was a marked 51 of the inxportftnce of sub The season being AXES W K U EST tEAD UN3 LETMWBDGE The Commercial Capital of Southern Population close upon increasing Tfce third largest town in A ranching and farming In corporated as a city this CITY pass nnnt upon the or fitness of otlur womens j i c ft is simply tlxit she hos had bappy of finding her life ai wvth hor social OK tite wnc oi a pi As miglvt of a j woman of Olivers wholesome one of he f joys of her existence has been the uiarly of her own portion of To gether with IHT sle 7est into th plans for gar lawns ornl diives The their And his frietxis he could noi do too much too The had leen twin He was forced from his wi ami the scrond was one rf the cijfles in an vlopment uhiclv canswl gun itayrartd resultd Major being confinel for a wos lie cameup to fi few weeks ago from dry tJx stand of wheat in the field was thin and while in IIKSC wheel tnacks was at leapt a half much thicker ahI of a far better THK REASON To clearly grasp 1 he force of value of any sdicmific iu is nec essary we understiaind tiie jea sons The great Klitticurty we to conteiKl with the growing of in the semianVl iieotions is i to le able to carry through j dry periovl without damsxge to the To arid to rhe force of tthis let ne say that many the early years oi i struggle for existence in Komh ani Soirlh have heard iren say that if had come one sooner or two or three days or a woek sooner their Crops wou W ha ve been the face of the Above facts it is apparent ihat we must do everything in our power to in available tpsantittes to carry these crops at least few days lon ger than they would The first step is to store ample moisture below the surface to supply the noeds oi crop at any all The but cruially Vital is to this so tar it may by the water Ivolding capacity of the OHy City Chief of Fire Medical Hearth O Chief of Con stables Siiiiker McClure BOARD OF BOARD OF Ry GOVERNMENT JDofjjiaJoa ing immigration Humph immigration hall Registrar of Vital notwithslonding glrotny prophecies they lotg sgo sncccssfnlly niltivattxl 1ilieti api1p trees and small fruits from Olivers homo in Piol county and was here for foul wlwn IMJ took Vie vas sUirtiing in for himself to experiment j vn winter feeding cattle and had I headon the way up from I A corresporwlent which A which ho carrying on with oll of his sud a which induced the Major to otice omlxirk on sea ol matrimony and ar rangements were for the oatitle luring sold en as laly withwhom tv Those thc first fruits grown n was to unite his fortimcs was of attoctiion ami thus lifting is rapidly as he m from our storage up to soil in wjmih thc main foiling roots of thfl carry on vheir active work of the neces sary cicnwntsThis Is Iroug1it ly thoroughly fining and Tirmim SKHX and ioot of Mounted Collector of Member of AJberta Member of House of Pinoher Anglican tor Kevr David lioman Father Vaa Gord Salvation Bank Bank of Union Lethbridge is on the Cnows Nest ine of the andis o econe a divisional It is hoadouftrters of the running south Hills new transcon tinental road is v to strike this Koads art also projected north to Calgary and Leth in a very few is o a big railroad In ion to controllingUVe mois lacking of the lower port ion of trtw furrow a HHrc roots and rootlets the Avail able supply oi nitmtes Ali thfe surface i I to actmTl air anl prevent tho o inoiMturc by The packing of lower TKrtion of tho slivi is nrl only i in the yicM of thj crop plant ihis year if te work is properly evrn OD Tjuito sandy soil it absolutely prevents tlo soil the possessor of severalmillions fllrom WowinJr Ttie active was not lo Ijc broigfit so a rlos on of The of Olivers favor ite which likes to aisoist iwr rooms whenever I smivoindication of own Her faVorirp flower 5s the pink rose not Or hcavybloom ashy Vhe pink of our garden nt rare cheorfu ami ft cHaracterjsrtic roVklcnce at oy was planted in riot ail by Oliver s As with curly j LTtii honvj liksly a stronger at is Some of plowing AT THE ami are these if increases the water ing capacity of the ix nKvomert of snoisturo it facilitates tfce h of it nitrates it for I itHe hair rootlets or foedcrs of uly main Vjvtoral roots to Kvans is alreadv cutlinc his bar M whirti is from threo to four feet with these only is vhe irrgation of the liistriot is Some ot the finest farms in the west seen near the At present the lands in all are Imlng rapidly snd there is no doubt but that this will soon fee ihti centre of great agricultural wealth and is the natural cjpitsl of Southern is tha hub of a big and from goods distributer south to the east into Saskatchewan and west lo British and almost as as It is bound to ieconjc she leading wholesale centre in south of climate very much like We only for a arid the rest ot time the sun shines and air is Baseball was piajed Wre this year early tn is no finer climate in mil Waterworfes fetectric sewerage tetepfeons ays lry period convnon the most arid with tho five condit Hons present the farmer of a very much larger crop than other wise when proper cultivation is piv aixl finally the presence of and thoir resuKs very icotwiitions awl wHh water previously a Utiion IVxnk stored below it is possible for th plant to resist tho ill effects of any ions as greatly increases the profits of the fanner who carries out their provis ;