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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 21.1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Still, Has Faith In Southern Spring Coulee Farmer Not a Pessimist. About the Future Need To Lessons TauQnt by Wind and Spring Coulee, July 12th, 1920. Kdilor Herald. Dear Sir. The. bouutiful rains that the great builder of the universe is Jiow 'Showering upon us, assure at jot a bountiful. 'crop. The year 1920 Will go in hislory as one of the years of -our era. the. 'prayers oJ tho people have been- answered, the wheelbarrow, this seemed to puzzle him, he examined his wheelbarrow, walked to tho. other Bide and again began to shovel, and the second time shoveled everything over the wheelbarrow at a speed' equal to our stronger Alberta wiiuU." Wheu his IHUo mound of.'earlli was exhausted he again straightened his back the sprluE.will be there, and if during trie season as. sometimes happens heavy rains have penetrated tho sub- soil so much the better. Now.whan the is thoroughly cultivated during the. summer, and the plowing doue loK-ariis. the latter part of the season, the pulverized soil on the face lalliug ou the bottom of the fur- row prevents evaporation ot subsoil moisture.: Now U well when plowing is. may be. done with'inoulifbpard or disc plows, !l soil turns over rough to use a pucker, but only one feubsoll packer should never be used, the idea must always be to keep the surfaee. some- what rough and lumpy.' Now, 'it sometimes happens that soil, handled iu this way will begin to .blow in that case, fake the- cultivator with the shoes you 13 moisture conditions ari uow sufficient 'a rest, looked7 into bis wheelbarrow longest shoe to carry the crop to maturity and also a'ud nothing was there, ho looked! the ages of history.. So I believe wind, (Ing which I did. not heed, i the entertainment in hfs (was a little Van Winkle of a an, .who inlo-the ctr cus ring pushing' a wheelbarrow anlebevi f-fhe i activity island .Reded (q Japan by.Rrissla In accord with the treaty of'Portsmouth. NORRIS "GO ERNMENT WILL-CARRY ON WINNIPEG, July the Nor ris. government will carry on the bust In purchased -twVcoal mines in' Kemucfey, '-aiitl is; plaBhlnij oii joining road, the, Toledo with these''ml.nes' to ensure coal for d, Jo.Teporti JBiWiOt .ln.e- province and that it wil' Ills Itis sufficiently sweet because of its own sugar developed in the making, Ohere is a particxiiar richness to Grape-Niits hiot found in any other food M prerpared grains. i Why not order a package ft-m jihe grocer and share in i pleasures arid economies? Made by Canadian Postum Cereal Co.lid.Windsor.Ont. rjosilipn to the egislatlvc assembjy. wlien it meets vas ihe Premier T. C .tonight, fWlowiug -a well at ended conference.of the members o he cabinet and bt the gov ernnient.. Premier Nqrrjs said ".We consulted elected ndidates from: air parts of the prov rice and they unaiiimou'sly endorser" lie opinion of tho government tha ,ho.people generally.-considered, It th duty "of. the governmeni- to carry on of-the .province. Th government proposes ;tp follow thi iourse.'- 'r'v''.1'' first session.'of tbe Icgisla the 'premier adddd, "tho rnrn'ent will submit Its; position am policy, "to'the house." HUDSON'S v PAYS: p.c. DIVIDEND v-LONDON, Times, re "crri.n'g" to the '.annual report of th Hudson's Day show a profit o( and announce tfiat of as against 4 per cent; last paid, that (ho conipany.giyesllo.slgn of ag its powers. The Times fu tlier rAys Ibat if accounts convey an predominant impressioil, It' is ot wonderful ability lo shoulder new an burdens while maintaiufn the lovil of the dividend.'This is sal in allusion lo llie Saskatchewan su tax Judgment and IhoMncome lax d oisiou here against the'company.' Tho Ktuiinclnl News-refers to tl Hndson'4 Hay company's .strong fina cial position, and declares that as ll KCOK of ils operations ntlK being e tended, there is every reason for an clpating the prosperity of this vonc able cjilorprisc will show correspon ing v STEFAN8SON GETS BIO LEASE FOh REINDEE OTTAWA. July portion the. soulhorn half of'Baffin Isla: south'of parallel 68 tJegreos norlh la lude, Including a strip 10 miles wl' along Iho north boundary of La' Nelll.tlng, Is leased lo VilhJ; mnr St'cfanason, Canadian Arctic lilorer, for the purpose" of gr.izin herds of reindeer and muskoK for t' iicrlod of 30 years, with a period renewal not to exceed -20 years to provided for. Thla Is 'authorized an order-In.council gazetted this wee Mr. Slofansson Is to bo given fr crazing privileges for 15 years, aft which he will pay an annual rental SI 1.S90. Mr. Stefaiisson.has represen ,er) lo tho government tiiat he has lercslcd surnclent capital to assure the enterprise being successfully ca risd oat. IMPERIAL PREFERENCE STAND July 7hc house 01 tomnions.reJEClei) by to 35 the mo- llon It) delete the imperial preference from the finance bill. SEA, late, FARM, WHERE do YOU exptct to be DURING the next few months? CASTING in the northern lakes IN the grey of tfie'morning AND BRINGING in a mess of bass- :FOR BREAKFAST? TAKING in the midnight shows, AND .SLEEPING in as late as YOU well want to ORGANIZING picnics and dances the.Lakeview House1 MAKING an early morning start to SCALE some mountain top YOU'VE never "done" before? ALL the of BUT FEW of the comforts of kernel YOUR (Jillette Safety RazoH NO MATTEfl where you j' WHY, when, or how, I YOU can enjoy YOUR daily.Gillette INDEPENDENT of hot water, HONES, an4 accessories! BY ALL means, TAKE your Giliette with yonl HAVEN'T one? BUY one how, and insure yourself LIFELONG shaving satisfaction. the Set AT ALL dealers GOLFiNG-canoeirig-sea-bathmg'? -YOU'LLtHANK US I :HAOE IN CANADA -Gittette KNOWN THt WORLD OVER "Eveiytbing wt for a good running as of Imperial Pojarine the and more- wherever ve n Wi'h. Premier Gasoline for ;11 Hve a MOK enjoyable %-acation." Imperial Available Everywhere WHEREVER'you tour, throughout the length and breadth of Canada, you can secure (he grade of Imperial Polarine you now use for the same uniform grades arc sold by dealers everjTvhere from Halifax to Vancouver. Imperial Polarine reducea'your greatest, depreciation, yet costs-Jess "than storage, tires, repairs or gasoline. It reduces friction .to a minimum, maintains a under heaviest engine heat, helps the engine extract the last ounce of power out of gasoline. Imperial Polarine holds it9 body, maintains the motor running smoothly and quietly... The Imperial Chart of mendations shows llie grade recommended for your car. Ask to see it when you slop for oil. j Imperial Polarine is sold by good dealers everywhere In sealed one- gallon anil four-gallon cans, half-barrels and barrels, also in steel kegs, the liandy size for the home garage. Buy the larger sires to save money, IMPERIAL POURINE IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY Mi) (Mtfiat huVf Mr) <4 CKADl SPECIALLY TO YOU K MOTOR IMPERIAL POLARINE A txi IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED Heol Lubricdt i.oji k Branches in nil Cities A ;