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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L. ittfktm M�tl RockeikfciH When you come to the Metropolis stay at the Palace Hotel r I $1.00 per day I I opposite C.P.R. Depot | Stephens * Kr were: Mrs. W. ..i. 'I'anncr, MrH. ,f. VI. Evans and two littk-ffii-lH, Miss Laycock, Mr. U. F. Keillor, Mr. Arthur McDuffee and Mi. Bjjrt Duke and his sister. Tlioro wore �i�v�'nt(v�n in all. Mr. .John Peterson ot 'Hhe l.e.ii lieM mot wHh a very painful atv.M-eiit lust FrjiVay evening. A hor�.' 1l'(>vn that the leg was cruMhixl but such : iiot the ta.se. MI31JICIN13 HAT. PIXCHHIR CIIKKK. Best of C�ndi�s st Right Price* ICE CRKAM AM) ICE CREAM SOOAS A sp^rialty.  >nr SdikI.-i^s are tlelicions .. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P.O. 'PhoueSS  Glazing (r! raining W. M. BARBER Painlt^r ami Pt'cora tor ^ CarriiiKP Painting a specialty Kulsouiinin^ Paiierliant^ing I TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insnrance. (From 'the Kcho.) The .\1bcrta Hotel iboKl a narrow osoa|>e from falling a prey to the llanii-s on Monday cverfing at abDUt I0.ut for the prompt DOt ion of the part i:.'s by whom it was lii-si e wouici un>:loubtcdly have he>en the rp.sult, a.> a stro'ng wind wos 'blowing at th: I into. However, the hone reel was .soon on 4he ground and the water playing on (he (laniies to such good purpose that the hoitcl escapei. whil. the buiUI'ing in which the fire origin iviffti wa� badly charrod. IThe eaufiP of tihe Cire Hs not Klafinitely known, but it i.el has a gang of men and teams at work grading his lol.s on tositc the U. (.'. chuivh He has 200 feet srpiare on 'thd int to cost in the netghborhooil of $10,000 HIGH RIVEIl. Draying and Team Work All kinds of Drayiiig and Team Work given prompt attention; also No. I Baled Hay an d Oats forsle A. BRUCHET CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATlioi.lC OnURCH. Huadar Services:-Low owss, 8.30 a. 111.; hi|^ waai. ilM.; vespers. IM j>. ta. Daily Services:- Ums .30 a. m. Father Van TiftlMm. ST. AUOUSTINE'S^ CHURCH. (Aiigliran ) Rev. J. S. culvers, A. K. C, Rector Rev. David Jouea, II A., Aasistaat. SuBdays;- Matins at 11.00 a- m. Sunday School at 9.00 p. m F.vensoBg at 7.3U p. 01. Celebration of Hiily Oonnnuuiou:- 1st Sundav in the month, H a., m. (Plain), and 11 a.m. (Choral). Srd Sawlaj' after Matdii. iHher Sundays at 8 au a.m. Daily Matins and Eitasong at  30 a. w. and 7.30 p. a ST. MARY'S M'SSION. (Nu. �.t Sunday School at 8.00 p. lu. Kvenaong at 4.30 p. ai. WESLEY ME'lHOUISr CHURCH. Rev. J. a. HugliDtn, Pastor. Sunday services at J LOO a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Sunday School and Tible Class at 3.00 p. ui. . Prayer Mt^eting, Wednisdays, at 8.00 ip. at. EpwoiUi League, Fiilays, at 8.00 p. �; (From the Times.) Wni. Midd!�litcfe was santoncoJ to three .vars in Ston.v MountaTn Pen -iti^nllary lor [terjury. Chiof Justlie Wifton passed si.'ntence on Wednes -day. Dr. Itcdingfield was proffered ilie position of Secretary of the SchoJl dimriot hy the Irastees, whihe Rev. .Mr. Perry's team ot hbrsc.s, which stray-e reverend gwlJeman wa.s transferre^J from Olds to High River, and upon his arrival here, he picked up a High River Times, while awaiting a shavi at Tuck'.� barlx'r s4iop. and read a t^out a s having s�r�.>-�! to the premises of Captain Die'., nilMiiit 18 miles we.st of here. The description and brand given in the notice answerod (he description of his hor.s p. m. Prayer Meeting tub -Wednesday evening at 8 00 o'clnic._ BAl'TI.ST T*Bt RNACLR. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at II 00 a. lu. and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School at '.i.99 p. m. Prayai meeting Wadnniday avenlng at 8.00 o'clock. Sawtsa Circle We4M�day atternoOM trio o'clock. 'r&\�sssr " Boad itas Herald Ads, (From the Advance.) A man nhmod Benjamin Parrlsth and his son, set-tlers near the Alkali Lake, were today conunitted to jail lo awadt triail on a charge ot steal -liig a horse the property of Geo. Aii-derson. Mr. C. F. Hams has been i-etalnod for the defence. J. Ilomliei^er, who has lately .sovore/i his conneotion with the Cardston Milling Company to take the management of the n'>w Hour mill at Macleod, was in town this week to hasten up the preliminaries for the building of the mill and elevator. A large wnount of corrospowdence. inoirtly of minor Importance, was roiMi at the last Council meeting. A-mnng the letters, however, was oik-from Supt. Krickson. of the C. I'll, informing the coinicil that the passenger trains would come into the town on the new spur on Monday or. ruesttay 4ho IfVth or JTth. The mem-Ix'rs of (ho council each naturally lookev.)jcc-. for mo weeks it i.s urtders'lond that (ho company is ste.ndit.v goiVi^? nUi ,i*J with its organlz�ti(m work aii'i it:.: hoUls the option on its' lots hn-.'. It is Wie generally cxpnessci ...pin -ion that W. F. Crompton ihe lU- -faulting teller of the Medicine llat brar.ch of 1/he Union Rank h.is mu h good his ostrape >to Me.Yico. Seigt. Qifinn of the U.N.W V, I', who wns detailed to follow (. >"nnp-ton tracei.in' along the C.P.Il. line and acn.s- th,-Ijorder olic nciid which he foimd in a boMle i>n Sunday. Th*' drug wns kept by Mrs. Qiiinn to bi^ iiSixl in case of toothache and th, little \an across the lioMer for sj'nc we was (the eldest daughter of tite Inte William Lyon Mackenzie, the leader of the ITppcr Canadian Rebellion in 18.17, and is the la.st of his childiei luiKfiiig forty large goldeyu tisii. They were carefully dross(>d anil salitiod--as he supposnd, the fact ile veloped nc.x!t morning thai he ha.J usc'd sugar inHlo�d of .salt.-.Moral, sure to use liaynioiKJ sugar for pij aiixl cake and Calgary sail fi>r pn-sterving fi.i�h. Mr. K. consoles himself 'by saying, "I iliilii't get \v ',\ anyhow." Satuixlay night at 8 o'clock, the Cousin's opera house w^is VvgHUvX and an eager crowd bout, it took I'arkinson nbo(H three seconds lo put (hii Mani'toblan's shoiiWk'rs to I>h4! floor. Then it was that the qu I-iL'iice went wikl but 'tlii.* big n>Hn I'lVMn Manitoba put 't the prin -ciples of tJie gospel. A large nud-ience givoterl them. Iut�>re�ting sei-v'ices wei-e held at lihe l'reNl>ylerian chtiroh. Ijasl week a we."l>al)y girl came to liless the already happy hoiue 01 W. O. Lyns. .lohn H. Uenm^ll is th^-hai>py father of a l>ouncing .|.-ailiy bo.v tlmit appeared upon the scemi abjai the same time. The out'took for a good yieKl in all crops is good. The new C.P.R. station is almiiM fmishe^l. Well boring at the cross-roads \i-progressing. The ferry across the river will sooi. he ready. Buildings going up steadily and all are in a happy nvof>d. ion of the country have come lo realize that tht^ir ciojii* Ukight now look better hitfl liM'y l>uilih. for tilni receii'l 'increased faltih in easl'"ii Colorado, and siiii:ilar s.'cLlons, yd we havo tried to warn the m-\vconier W'Kh his new hoiic tlNit he nnislwoil; .wHh care and dlUgence and oljServi; closely the �oi�>ntl(ic principles involved in 'Ijoth (he pi-eparaitlon of th*' soil wnd tbi- carofiil starling hihI Conservation of 'the rail waters. Xow lis the 'time 'the critiii-i/,ii,g-skcptica are watohing ivsnMs. iwwl doulil'iess nmny have .said, "Ah, Mr. fi'armer, I tol'd you so." From tretpieirt remarks catvglit in our ti-avel on (rains through the country in the past five nionthi), we lielieve the idea, then so ^�nevalent, lilMit the rain l)elt had moved a hundred or two bund rod miles west, is responsfi'ble for much of tlio reckless farming 'being done. This .theory we have oppo.sed conti'niioiisl.y, and when Ihe averaee tiller of 'tihe soli convs to understand the true si^ientific j principk>s be will thank kind Prov-ii.dence that the rain IwK is �not ji.j 1 rapie after planting, (o the time ihe ' (ops will 'not reaflily |>nss ithroiigh j the teeit'h of (he harrow, except jiisl | as they nre-commg (hi'oufr iiiKler (his condition t'lvp wa(lis-ht�d tbair new �alt country, returnod on Tuosdiy. He thinks highly ot Cobalt, but si j s it i.s curse-d 'by the worst fool min-'ing laws ever devised on the com tinent. On Monday Creorge Hornet, a car penter eniploy�e roof of ih.'ii huilding. Although no bones w.>|-e hroken ho �vas badly shook u|> and i-now l.ving in the Frank hospital in a serious condition. At the election for officers held on iSunda.v by the Frank" local of (he II.M.W. of A.. Wie following fiflicer.-w�re eleotocrelary, Ivavkl Stene; Rci-nrding Secretary, C .'V. Mrs. H. K. Hinds and tKiughrevioiisly. but lyjing contam-in�t rombinedl\- dealt W'ith, the soon er the lietter. The presence of rattlesnales %ere lieing announced, the cusitomary srtake tale has iHcoine popular with conversing g'roii|is. Also, recentl.v, it is reported, oiw pnrtv was approached b.v thiw siiiiiiosc-d >l>ears, whiidi however, proved to he a family 01' liriatling, bill iLinivless porcupines out, tor a (eacefid evening's stroll Two coyotes, which wei'e captured b> t'he bridge crew Iwi.vs. have rop'B'ine'l ir liberty aixl ari' probably emit ting defiant howls in unison I'heir hills'i'de cnniiades niffhtly. with FARLY f'l l.lfVATIOX. (By Prof. n. W Cami�bell.) Keep your (>ye on the condition of .vour .soil now. No liine is mori> ct'ii-Ica'l than the ot May and ti.e first of .June. He ai'- very s.irry to note that much vini.>r wlieat vvjik lo*od to pas,'^ t'luv s(>rii>g mon'Ms W'i'ihout havid'g lieen haiTowf�d. Ci I-orado, Wesitetni Kansas and Western Vel-,ra�ka will be short millions 01 bus4iels of winl.'r wheat thisi yei.r fiv>ni t'he one fact th;vt (hou.'sninds of acres were not harrowed in tlvespr'if! liiehol.ial the (iro(w>r I'iiiie. and Treasurer, All>ert Bi-gueiin. We warniHi you to harrow, but ri.i, - : th** roininon ivmark and feeling v.as TABER. -the wheat "is all right. Alioiii J'.O - - 'days ago another bwiii|>er crop w.is Corresponirlent of the Hi.-raid. j apparently suiv over Ihe alwive r.-Tailjer is thought lo be the health- | I'erivil to .section. How is it ti>,lay.' iest place on earth, siflckne.ss ami | Man.v pieces'that '^O days ago weiv death is hardly known. The stead,! dark gi'een, healthy an^l appaiv>nt'ly I soil Itcneaith when: the corn or potatoes increa.sc in size Earl.v I'se of The riil'f'f\'ator. The most desirable culfivator is one that has at least hroa .shoveis on each side, and tiho shovels shoiiiil l)e arljiistwl in (he first cultivator so they will not throw the dirt eitho:-i to or from t'he hills with the firs't shovel. TTvoso next to the row should lv> nearly one Inch hi'pher than the otihers. K lieing drsiirabic to cultl -vnte firm soil below the mulch left as level as possible. Depth of Cnlt'ivatlon. Here is a subject that has many complex problems. 'J'o nay, CuMi -vale .shallowly,' or "cuitiva'tc de>'p-ly,' conveys but little information. We fit ions, and leave it 'to .\ou as to whether it is deep, or .shallow. In the earlier pa'Ct ot this artlcie we have s�'id consi-dernble ahout borrowing potatoes and corn. In thts work, when done on level, well titled fields, one to one and a half well inches deep with soil in good con-dii'ion to harrow would l)c alxiui the best (hat could lie don� If ther.; was a heavy rain and some delay in harrowing, th'cn one-half to one iinh woiikl ilie ailjout the limit of the �depth. Wo must rememlx^r 'tha't ;hls Is 'duriivg the early part pt the soo-son and i|�et�>re tlie pxitreme heot, but while this \s being done jou should wa'toh your soil just beneath liin loose sofil or mulch and immediately at the top of the firm soil. S-hould yoti find this dry tlie following day after harrowing, especially wit'h weather clear ai�d hot, and with n .s)iilh wind, lose no tJime in gietting '.o work with the cultiva.tor, for two things ore in evklonce by this fli.v condition of the firm soil-a criisi that is shutting the air out anr the mulch, you are losing either in rijial-ity or qiianlity of your crop, or ^ Ikoth. In ciiltivatitig in altili|..1es of thn-e lo five thousand feot or higli.^r It "is necessary to esilablish and sustain a I deefier mulch than in (Iifi lower a I- i tiitiKle. liceaii.se of the ver.v much ; lower huni'idily that usually pre - ' vails TWs low humidity or e^dtrenie dryness of the atmos|4K>re causes a i much greater evapomtion and rerjiiir- ; OH a - ' air fart'her from the moist soil. The Ix'st way to measure '(he depth of ciil'livat'ion is to assume you have h.-v.l a heavy pa.in. and 1'ho surface has become dissolved and packed. Then sot .vour cultivator so as to cut aliout two and a half inches of j the soil. If a fine (oot/hed cuU'ivotor | is used this will give you a mulch j from thive (o thnv and a halif inohes 1 'thx'P. Ill giving (his dep(h we .do not, . meon to measure from the cut of the ver.\' poi'iit of the shovel, but from the flveroge apparently too t'h'ln and pushing forwand with a slow progress, T.he main ditflculty'is thail the surface of the soil has �l>ecomo packityl anA crushed, which tins sihm .the air out of Hie soil and from th' roots, liesides cnu,sii.n.g an enoiwoiis evopora4.ion of moisiuw troim soil. Few people realize how the 'liftiter. When .sit'nrting your riilljvalor ex i iMuiine the work done. Wlii'n you fiml , �the ivar furrows are left iieall.v einp- i ty. aiwl if the firm soil at 'he tiottom is left exposed, someth'ing lo reinod.v it, for it is n very baid condition. niKl tlK' ex|>ofiod ihojor pnrd.v e.xpo.sed surface of the firm fast; soil will soon become cruwted. This. the moidtiire escapes nji.der these con-j togietilier with evoporation or loss of ditions. One poitrt is certainly .'nire j mojsdire will certoinly docreafic youc -some of the farmers In this sect - i-Uancos for a big or high linnit yield. BRIGHT and SPARKLING Wines for the eladorate han-qnetor the simple family reiinst can l�j onler�l from ns with the certainty that the quality will l>e high and the prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gathenled front the lieat growers at home and abroad. M. eTroy Wbolesttr Dealer In WINKF. LIQUORS an.l CIGARS P c V), LrthbrliiKe, Alia, ; How � Your i Watch Running I Is it always fast or slow Never quite on time? Vetii. IV-haps the watch is capable':' ^fi of A'ory accurate ruimiufCi^^ hut it is not in |ier{e>6t| order. You Vixoyi the tiiiy^ niechanisin .of a watoh. ab^l 'solutely demands that eoct| of the dozens oMittl�|Mii^ - - springs. wh<*eU; < jeweWi etc -Vje just rights or gdoU ' timing is out otthequestibn Watch Always has lieen a hobby ^ of ours, to do the best work possible. |W. J. Armstrong lE'WELER ENORAVpRj OPTICIAN. . A ;