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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD NOTING k JOVIAN u4 H T wlm SUBSCRIPTION year v a year ADVERTISING lionth Per woik uiider Irrigation hub gning an opportunity o study the piacticai sidi of the rtificial application of ami under the climatic cpndi ions of the Prownee of igri cultural demonstration may be successfully prosecuted in almost any wrtion of the thus mak location of the Agricultural College an imamvwrial one as the intowsts of nonirrigated objections also exist to the principle of assoc iating too closely the admiuistiutiou and univer sities devotod to general willing tb blacken a gieat and good Mians cAjiecr in coder to step into Power they reachod on thow built of pure and What do we fimi today This same party holdiig up Mac kenzie as a tyie of the honest up right Instead they should Le doing for the tortures they indicted upon the heart soul of thai able Liberal A party tliat attempts to gain the dir ection of the afltiirtt by iHwlling characters of as case of Mackenzie and frequently attempted against Sir Wilfrid is unworthy of ii place in the public life of i country IESILTS OF HWiATlON fcy We nave pleasure in giving our readers copy of a very able paper at the Irrigjitioa at Calgary by eral manager of the Canadian Paoillc Irrigation and Colonization The paper reads as follows To the Chairnkin and Members of OlIK POINT IF VIEW The promotion of chief awl later StatTord to the position cf dominion Lantls Agent at this Important centro tribute to his c nl work Theafoiv it this convoiUion emphatically places kself on ivcoixltin favor of the pol niado up of thoughtful Wo would say to all true of 1mvin the Provincial Agricul and to those persons who are is A ity and ths since Martins the mon pronVotion to turnl College for Alberta located in a1 district where irrigation by grav ity jiioy IW It is not known that the Minister of Agriculture or any other member of governmenthas stated defin ite v tluu the agricultural college would with the university has taken charge of the work in the way that has commended itself and the government has shown its ap preciation in a practical The straws are showing which way the wind 5s blowing in a temperance candidate 1ms been nominated against the Whitney The Medicine Hat Times complains that only sixtyfive people attended the concert given by tho Calgao Land on Hs way to Dublin tion The News complains that two hundred people turn out to see winning ball Ihe people of Medicine Hat evidently not appreciate good things either m music or Wilfrid Lauriers receptions at Montreal and Ottawa prove that he as theWoi of the a national fcader and is not considered ns a party lave The directors of the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Societj are putting forth eveneffort to make this fair a greater cess than the Within a few days l is therefore an The1 of twt ame tiny rarticular locality List uited for the location of the Aii icultural There can c no doubt in the minds of those thi that Leahbridgeis really the Ciily place that the reqjuironicui of an ideal siie for the To the college in a local ity where irrigation could not be Liberal practically taught ami demonstrated would be unwise in view of very im portant place farming by irrigation wilt hold in western Leth brkigc has been and is considered e centre of irrigation ence its claim of in this iportanrt york is a strong argu vent in favor of its location ofwhich Lothbridge is the recognized as the scene of agri iltural Itwas in this istrict that raising of fall wheat first proved a success n the Practically all the ttempts at raising fruit have boon in the southern iart of the Similarly it may be ioned that the pioneer work in the just taking up their residence iti pay little attention to Con servative Ask that party to make direct charges and you will find what a picayune in stitution it CHI the other hand we think we can safely say that you will find the party anxious to do what is They aro giv ing the people the best and most the FirstWestern Canadian Irriga tion Con von t have been asked bythe coimiwttes m arrangwucnts to prepare a on Imlus trial Development Following in the Wake of While I amiiot technically qualified to dpeal with this j I will submit si brief obser Jt is evident that the industrial development of any parDicuuir and ckleS tributary to iucli be come the logical marketing and pack ing The history of the pack ing industry in States will be west of Lake The Kansas City in por tion of While wHh our limited 11 vis stock productionwe cannot have more one or two kiant packing houses we may confi ikntiy look theesuibli it in every centre surrounded irrigated lamls of largo Alfalfa feu porkfmishet with a small grain ration produces perhaps finest quality of I hams one of the staple products of tho fann vith its rich alfalfa fields and abumian supply of coarse THE TRUSTS AND itARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Authomed to act Appointed by the Alberta Government us Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Tuner William 711 First Street West AUxaudir Corner ever Look up the record of the Tory Sec for yourself if it has not been a party of corrupters and Gather together ion will largely on its clim atic ccnditions and re The industrial development incidental to irrigation or vntensi fied southerly latitudes would extent lif that 01 northerly hit in this con T V I 1 4i i t J caseswhere the Conservatives have COTKtWons of lho tnpM s been manly enough to make direct charges against thoir opponents and put them alongside the actions the 1RR1GATfox grounds buildings will be m good The final success o rests with the Every member of the ciety and every person who ought to be a member should consider it hi duty to place on exhibition his bos The exhibition of cattl could be The cat tie on exhibition last year in no wa ekher in numbers or rcpre seated the cattle of this di Instead of being an advertis incnt for tlie country such cxhibi are Hkely to be a Tl ixist awl lots of them should Drought The Lethbridge Fa should load in exhibits in all branch esof I ve stock as well as The district produces the goods and shouldhave them on You will feel better every time you say tfood word OL th Boost it FitUIT Theivj can bo no doubtthat the in of irrigation in the val leys throughout British Columbia wonderfully stimulate fruit pro That province will al ways have a market in the prairio as it is improbable that the tender fruits will cvei lx produced east ofthe Rocky Moun It is more than likely that variet ies of the hardier fruits will very vcntion falls within the 1 soon be developed that will grow un der irrigation in the prairie butcropsvastly more profitable to the average fanivjitwiirclaim the at tention of irriffationists thus leaving tho fwki clear the Columbia Strawberries will undoubtedly bo produced in great abundance where The vast stock f5Cling that will undoubtedly with the production of alfalfa anl otiier for age crops greatly stimulatesheep woul pio The wool produc ing state south of the Line today Is the state of irri gated valleys of that stnto furnish roni onefourth to onethird of Million annually on of cur O reat West tnat are with nil Abundant water sup avftikibUj for irrigation ought to iliw every gallon as speed us possible and should nevercease praise God Almighty for His jimtiful shall cotifirKi myself to dealing with materials and under the erly provinces of In discussing the industrial opiuent as a result of it iswellto in mind that the bulk industrial investment invar iable locates tributary to the con vutive cabmot ministers and of parliament in tho years to A survey of the prove to you that the partv has ever taken the tt sunung other things be It has actetl as poLtuai l 7 ling means that of creates favor i Hi i A i j xoit in able market attracts m being manly enough to conui cut tlw ojen nnd make its in or water is In whispering bits sip in the electors but never The WoHd of SpcitJ ilustrial enterprises nianufactiiring this has conclusively proven in Lethbriige district the prediction made that the Medicine Hat Maple Civek districts will grow fruits of themore alfalfa ind other grains and grasses has been done in this In all branches cf the Lcth bridge district has Iceland it is only natural and right that this leader ship should recognized ernment establishing its leading agricultural With railways radiating in all directions Lethbridge is within easy access parts of the The excursions to which always feature in the manage ment of agricultural can be more easily managed here than else products by such populntica This refers of pcirticuldrly to the hundrcl and one mahufactucing articles required upon the farm unlcr intensive Irrigation means small holdings and a dense a prosperous Such being the the industrial development of any that irrigated district is theideal ted section is by no means of dairying includ to branches of cheese factories and Fogarty didnt doathing to the i raw material the products of the levaporatwi and condensed milk the new shortstop arrived in the city from on Tuesday and left the snine night for Medicine is one that involves the of urban enterprises to handle the prwhict of the would prolong this japer uixiuly deal in tetuil with various bran ches of Suffice it to say famous Callatin Valley stato of Monijina is the piemic malting barley producing section o tho civilized This barley i raised almost entirely under irriga is shipped over wori md is highly for nuiltiny pn The bulk this barley to the continent of One of the largest malting conccrr in the world has a offer ten cents Kr bushel over find themarket for any liiarley for nuilting under irrigi tion in western T cy should be to malting at the the barley is and ship it to the various ratlur than to inarkot the raw It to mighty Works on lie fann three soil The enormous capacity of irrigated soft wheat so plentifully pro on irrigated the enor ous crops of wits ill follow the introduction of irri tvreal milling in ustrfes to tlKJ towns tributary tc STOCK FEEDING AND FES lands for the production ofsucculent lUootls of all rentiers it Many claims Lethbrklgc has bat mright The Board the City Council and Ag cultural with the local Ynemher can be trusted to look after he interests of this Boost the has the largest am best district fair in 1 be larger and Tho directors of the AgricnlLnrn Society limking every prepm tion for It is up to evcrj memberto do the Havent the homegrown straw herrtes got a real homegrown taste In a short1 there will be noug raised here to give the taste neighboring to th President Roosevelt proposes to sk Congress to refund o the amount1 of the indem niiy paid after the LVoxer riots that cannot be Of the RASPBALL The Hat The series Mad Hat i ters tho Miners here last week included two games a The first game went to the visitors by the score of Bennys Reef ers got twelve hits ofl some of which were very Works heldthe locals down to Tlw second game was all Lcth Schurch pitched shutout ball besides hitting in three The locaJs played big league bull and whHewashwl the Gns Scoro to While it may be considered that my subject confines me to urban in 1 cannot resist the temp tation of saying a werd or two on fricultural as 1 con ive the farm to be the nations neatest In studying the economic side of Satuolays spasm was a For four innings good joseball was claims have been enter1 for Kipperfs error totalling arxl United States for da nv The front of tlve Calgor dailies tell of a great wclconw to Burn and the Champion But the inskte pages tell of ti squab ble as to whether the City Council agreed to give sixty or one hundred dollars towards the Truly the way of the reception committee in Calgary is Some wroks Fin the Provincial Minister r Agri was quoted a Calgary paper as saying that the Agricultur al College wouljd probably located near the Provincial mak ing two poetically oneinstitu Two weeks the TleraW pointer out reasons why it is not tost that the two shouW be togeth At the Irrigation Convention hehl in Calgary last the qncs tion was FairfieM of the Experimental Farm of Lcth led the discvission strongly which let 55urlag score the winning s to be Jn 18L or 1872 The Medicine Men then proceed the Geneva Arbitration kill time to hohi thoir advan tage as Works showed signs McOuicben did not in the last half of the informed him he was a there was Final I him limps calledthegame on ac count of although it wn lighter the evening before when Medi cine Hat score re to the fifth although the visitors sconwl 2 more in the of as done by the After all uiu HUL try to cla rcn 1 ami imagina had Iwen 1 the game govng am there still remained aboot two million Great Britain hns never asked for this money the United States has never offered to return what clearly docs bc ri gat the first fact that must e thoroughly grasped that the jacfcbone of a successful farming ommunity is not any means t lie roduction of cither r but the feeding and nishmg of This hasbecn he history of develop ment in every state of the union rora to the most The proof this con ten ion that of the tujlai irrigated plain that dairying is bound to be come one of the greatest factors in any system of farming under irrtga It is appropriate to just here that the history of agricul ture has that no ever reached the highest joint of agricul tural development until dairying tw came the leading occupation of th the corner ston of intensified Tha labor problem in the way of dairjdevelopment in our western country at the present but the particularly of the of British are bound be devoted largely to Our market conditions are cf so favorable that must ultimately be devisee vhoreby he irrigatel The question of rates On raW ntateria s one of great importance to jndus trios such as wliere such ma is bulky and ofsmall value per The teiVdejicy of irnlustries of that sort locitc in the cen tre of the givratest cereal prodticin ATI irrigateii district holds out cial advantages inasmuch as crop failures or jxirtial failures will prac tically be unknown and anyindustry establishing a cereal mill in the vi of irrigated lands will not be face to face with im porting raw material in of artkii or local crop fail re such as occurs periodically even the most favorcHl nonirrigating ctions of tbe A of Henry Cocks reached ic cnl of the ailotteil span of life tit to he is jiisi in he iiwdst of its o Lethbridgc from Wales ulxut 18 nonihs ngo he located about twenty 11 iles north of the city andlwgan to Homestealingealways Iws its liiliculties ami to an old UKUI fresh roiu an oll country is not the Cocks did some breaking and seemed to prosper until this end of he lost ten cattle and has seen one of theia That was tins first in a chap ter of About a month ago he scratched his finger working with ed This resulted in bloodpois oning and in the loss of his In to hnve his hand properly ttendeii to IKJ IKXS stayingwrth iis daughter intho city and on Sat1 rdny he drove out to On his way out he saw one of his osf cattle in bunch and yesterday vis son sot out tosearch for more of the Tlve latter was ford ng the river near Barnes mine when his horse off and kicked it on the he held on to the bridle until be saw that unless lie let go the horse he might got The horse swam oil and Fred Cocks the water in an The horse was drownedami was founda bo ut two miles down riv Much sympathy is felt for Cocks in the of his losses and1 crossesandit is hoped thathoth his son and soon le all acreage in the United States at thi the labor will be over time of the last decennial ixty four per centwas hay aivl VKG FTA BLE An industry that will lerxi itselfcs cially to in the vicinity of long to The cases arc parallel except that in the former Uncle Sum can being generous mI receive Works and Kippert were the We all want clean twn in onr pub1 opposing lie It pays a political party to promote onlv those men who arcfree I IMhbrWgc is getting right after frcm the stains which blacklist men the leaders m a very lively n other walks of We too often j On with Fogarty in the Ixjx the Mad Hatters were shut out Fogarty pitched bull recotmc sonxi strikin characteristic compelling eleven of his opponents of Should we not make it to connect with oitfy Score orgiye a great lenlof the omings of public men in order to forage The actual figures arc total in hay and forage Cereals oc 24 per fruits per centfand vegetables 3 per cent of the whole Tho popular Ijelief i rri gation is not a practical in latitudes where fruit cannot grown a ready marktrt of large proportions does not exist for he side issues of the irrigated fann evidently a In he state of Colorado an irri gated area of acresi only are fruit rowing while over a r mil ion acres reduce and principally This is conclusive prooithat ivc stock and finishing holds ts own against fmit growing in a state where the latter con necessary for our political leaders to lemnnd a unsullied ns well as ability in men they chose as advisers One the great parties of this country has boon great ly strengfhenetl by the recent pearance from its ranks of in whom the rank nnd file had lost con Maybe the insinuations that had boen levelled against those men were groundless but whether they were or not the people made it clear that even the of men would not forgiven even for LcthbrWge 00000 2OO Hat 0000000 000 Battcries and Rogers follis nnd advocating the separation of the Ag ricultural from the Provinc ial The Convention pass cd a strong resolution embodying FairfiVlds viewsas follows arrangements are now being matte for the establishment of University1 hi the xmirrigatel part of the of Alberta a proposal has boon sub mitted to locate the Provincial Agri cultural College in conjunction with the said University te farreaching import the sake of rccognizetl ance of agriculture umKr clenwnds imiporatively that proper at tention lo this subject in the curriculum of tho snvd such would if fann so locat to conduct These inchlenUs have excited the Canadian people for nearly year will result in inspiring men who enter our public to keep themselves in want in our governments whom the people can respect nml honor bu theycannot expected to admire men whom nasty are persistently We would remind the public thin tho Cofiscrvative party has ever been theyvarty of insinuntors awl gossip It is worth rcmembering tha Alexander honest Scolchmnn and as loyal a as thebreath of was practically driven to his grave by the falsehoods by a herd of Tory scandal They were Just to show themit was no he Miners still worse fall ou f Bennys this time to tho measure of Works was knock ed out of the while Kipper ilchol steady Intll Calgary lRat Edmonton twice a the Capital after suffering REET SUOAR Sugar beet culture is rightly sidercil a leading feature of tion The latitude of Canadian irrigated lands its long cloudless increases the ac tiyity o the chlorophyl celts of the heet which elaborate the sac that a grettter niantit of sugar is formed proportion to he area leaf We have a climotjc or jjeoirraphnca advantage over our southern coin ictrtors in sugar heet jw countries can wit western in the production ami it is expcctex that agricultural oml inlustrkil his tcry will be written p rope cultivation and treatment of beets i rigatcd sections is that of voget rnittce incltules Fairfield lo A ami a half j of the pounds of poas are cannwl annually Beard of Trade Mayor the state of and one rresklent of the Agricul tural and Vresklent ofthe The an be prosecuted with and to the that the ncos of will probably never lend themselves to fniit growing on a large sculc while conditions are almost perfect for live stock it is reasj enable suppose thut the extension of irrigation cntenirises in these provinces will simply revolut the live stock Instead of sending cattle and sheep to mar kct half they will be grain fed when This will also Insure the marketing of our live stock during every month of the this latitude is once un A leputation from head ed by rloputy sheriff Jlartin rresiVent of the Hoard of in on Tuesday to interview the Rail way Cottwmssioners in to the sins of omission and the Their particular grievance is the five cent passenger rate while the other of the are compelled to charge a three cent TheCartl ston Board of Trade has taken the earinistfftd ns at con ining it to two or three months in he Immense numbers of hogs wilt also be raised ami the western prairie section vill become an enormous ham and bacon exporting Inntcnd of importing cona Kven the province of British Col excellent local market matter upand will it cnergct 3294 people of Kdmooton are liv ing in derstowl anJ Coal isfounc at least in districtswho sugar bwt growing is likely to 1 on a largu awl eno mous limestone are able on the slope of t Rocky o value of factory to community ncex only lw incwkntfl The of sugar town has dawned in western Canada with the enormous extensioii of irri our mftnufacturrng capacity ofthis commodity will only be linv of the unprecedented in iVix of population into the prairie section as well as the mcific prov After the At a largely attended meeting of the Board of Trade and the Agricul tural Society on Tuesday committee of five was appointed to act with as a deputation to minister of regard to matters m tbe de particularly the location of the Agricultural iThe com ami thirty one twillion n the United C reen can proKliicbd in abundance with arti hrrangemcnts were left with this cial and machinery has ow leen wlwrohy the har csting ami slicUjng of pcuscan witli the mount An enormous1 for canned exists all western awl any ndustry of that nature will have the Xnefit of freight rates from eastern Canada on competitive almost unlimited nuirket Royal Narth West Mounted TENDERS FOR The of iotato starch will le an imlustry of value 6n irri gnteti Txxrgv sections of Coi oralo areflevotcl almost entirely to Wtato proxluction uixhjr irrigation as a leading The appliances for extracting the starch from po tatoes a n ml the by is extreme ly valuable for the feeding of Scalet Temicrs markel Tcnrters or Tiny will received by the ersigned up to noon of Monday he 5th 1907 nt the1 Har for the supply nix el i very of coot green hay subject to he usual comlitioiis ns to stacking The following quantities are re TEXTILE It is a known fact that pro duction of flax is now con fined to countries of conskterable as subhumid or dry clim ates do not produce jof The introduction of irriga for africuKural will prob tion is liable to change the aspect of jsults as is in all I have only briefly upon the industrial of irrigat cd sections oml scarcely at all upon the various new crops that may produced under Time does noUpcrniit of any exhausvtivcaldrcs upon the latter phase of irrigation nie but add in liia the dark ages when irrigation purely ami simply us means to reclaim tloscrt hav long ago The new agriculture demands the sime degree ofcertainty in forecasting rc olVitr 125 tons Hther iplaml or 10 tons Writing on Stone 20 tons in remlant dOreille 20 tons in Milk Vf tons in Wild 18 as Mclicinc tkljvenxl Mctlicinc 12 tons in moy quote price for cith of cr Iwlcd hay or hny in ably fmd it more profitnbte to grow affairs alcna may sleek feed on a lurge area of Us vtl bk lands than to devote them entirely to other crops com manding a higher money value per but mpnring a larger expendi ture for MEAT PACKING AND KINDRED The irrifjmted area is the live stock fading and finishing sec flax be grown for hemp may Income a Uw blc This lend to the of textite in the vicinity of irrigatedareas where the raw material will lie SCOUUTNG ANT WOOLLEN Such enterprises will also be fam lines of Irrigation this a The enemy of the in every portion of civilized is What would of the lawns and trees cities in tle cast as well os in the vest without an arti ficial water supply What is good for the lawn is equally good for tbcfarm Irrigation farming is advanced agri It Irrigation farm inc is business farming nd those Delivery to commence on 15th August The hay to 1e well cured and subject to inspection nml re jection ns f feet will le RllowxxJ to the Kach iemkr must be by nn accepted cheque on a chart erod bank for o per of the total oniount tendered No wwspaper will be pnid for in serting this advertisement without proper The lowest or any tender neces sarily Superintendent at ;