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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednwday, JTnly 19JS LEITHBRIPOE DAILY HERALD Page 5 FarmersFind Mow- ing is Necessary (Continued (ma (root pace) FcM the Money Pinch? The Yield in tonnectlon the probable yield ol there can be no dts- the bet-that the yield iicre will- probably be the lowest-OB record-sad can'only be claMiBed fair. There will''likely be much grain In the counlry at last (act due to (recreated acreage aid Increased summer. the total acreage returns will show a de- tllne. 'This will ie due to three rea- sous. Toe' EhrlyfUlnj out ol tie crops In a icEiilt of intense the prevalence ot frequent crop- pin; rot wl.lh th'e disc as the "s pie" means jjjcrywiierel "there" recognized that Southern .Alberta.to do lit "belt must fce. lumiflej, fallowed. The In- dustrious'fanner readily admits that and has world.- The men who In not jiTlearnins" to nHthod Will' hot maki-lslm-ikt-qulck and1 he to' iiiuuner tallow or so trcSe.' There alternative. 1- with the requi- site'moliture'will produce as jreat, .crops than any-other II1; Is 'so place for the man who, ballet at work. The toil has' treated" iroperiy If It Is'to yield' the'.crops" eipected, TRivlew. by'pltlrlcla At JVells.SWIng.tWre are too tnany expect a "blj'yield. Big fields' pi-, wheat. share the ground space e.quailj-'" with mustard.- The big farmers'in this legality are not pay- leg "the attention' to the 'weedi ex- peeled'and the'''district is ..i'ifff ring proporSionateiy.'.'-It rj-satd'lo be bel- ter' further" railway and It IB to be lair fame ot Wells Siding district' that such is the '-It Is. ot course, notorious tliat 'any country Itu'Very worst 1 railway', track.." from" the information gathered the llWjId'wo'ii'ld." place .the Wells Siding district e.t from..12 to IS bushels I antacre. bf-cwrse...jhere are Individ- "usi farmers do'.better-the II man Tvho''comb.mE'a..etlj6w grease and leg' talent' wilt the In. dividual- progressive'Ifarmer. li-only the-saving Ihe dlB- seen'only about ten percent crop Is In EUJnmer-', fallow.-.-i-jVe scratch-lt-in I-rricliiqd has .too discip conditions 'are bad and the-maps should, be ap- "pealed1 to'.so, big Iqnd'ywien, ire. concerned... The He'r- firm'two four- plowing iiider alblg SALESPEOPLE WANTED If So, Watch This Space TO-MORROW GIGANTIC CLOSING OF SEASON SALE SALESPEOPLE WANTED Commences on FRIDAY, August 1 st Enormous Savings on MenY and .Women's Clothing and Furnishings, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes; and a few lines of House Fujrmshings and Crockery Limited erally stven fcr ripened weeds was I to mow thein down and apply the natch." Grain farming Is still the lad at Wells Siding due to Majority farming an extensive New Dayton Further south 'the Sew' Dayion dls- irict Is one finds some excellent cropa and first clan farming. There are... weedi, _-, and icratcied-in but iumnier fallow. Is probably-20; per eenL.-wlth prospects trtght.for better things neit year... One .or, two farm- ers who have- followed iiclentlno me- Ihods look for 25 hiisheV It.would'be safer-.to.-estimate whole dlfMet on'the.b.aaJs ot 18 tc 22 Grain' ripenln? 'ast and Is .While Ihe expectation of the Milt River district. Homttttad Country i one'jaes .east from" Warner and Jlllk River -about 20 miles, be enters what. is popularly dubbed .the hometlead country. In thli grea trict there are hundreds ot farmers or quarter and halt-Be'ctlon jS to 70 miles from a railway, 'firmlni under adverse conditions so as making pront Is concerned and betes in .-e'lerilal hope ol a railway. ;Tb> compleilon of. the Weybura branch to Foremost or Endoa this jejr wlli cut. the trip to 'market in ;lwo the more northerly more ralhi-ays are an urgent but slly this Immense' tract' will measure'up to Its best The Herald regrets to report that this country, was more favored with intense, heat than rain thli.summer trbai weeds than the older settled. paxU-ind the farmers have the pos- sibility.; within their means ot keep- Ing them down to a minimum. Prompt aad" enej-getlc action Tvlll tell. H there' was some means ot mak iof it'easier' for .these hoaeateaderf lo' itock there is no doubt but the'country of Warner and MfUc'jUTer .would become of the and best ffllxed farming dls> Ifjcts In the wests- The Coarstr Grains 'iTWa Article to far has dealt lylth wiieai.-'.pf grains oats jrllrfub 'about. 45 16 CO bushels, bar- ley CO bushels and Oak 15 to 20 buiHelc to the acre. There 'are soase fine fliWs of Sax around Warner am ie' wllf'.be most Eratifylni serious as are 'ohrlvelled somewhat there Is heUs where bushels ment. This i- I ft-e rJeglrterei at'the is now under a rural municipal couc; snoSlibuPien lo fifteen will Tbe'farinef i bring'forth rn... -xl year: ,-The l 'right I earller, Id. Ubji'yearx- The "recipe, ge.n- ell which" inspector, to every two townships. ..The, mistake was of only- 'giving Ihe Inspector ten'days' employment. That -wiV'ralse-'gcan'Smr.V. speotor cannot do UU'.tuty In ten rs-j'sir-n "TV'r two'or three m. r.- n--a, would be'wel a Iv sin :i time. k the present b would rise'and call_ihe eewncu ed -'There mlied farming at! New. but the i'ec- tton .and two-section the" last to quit ejclailye" grain Ing.-" Farmers say: preciaUVe ot" ttie "value'-of there" wlU.bave to be some' land debts paid and a biimper crop, befwe stock CAD _ori ;any scale.-- have any TyrelVt Tbe Tyrell's iiie airtrltt'hia seme excellent farmer! and some poor ones but on tho- whole the beet prospects in south arV in and Lake If "stories' are troe.VT he. Herald to me ai.iuc thresher snonijtaf (en lo fifteen will Ni.the average. TUjYa wlH be early 'suUSiS-biil it-tbV eipenBe-qt !.tbe heads thln.J-There al fields and.some of tie 'men 'who have been In the country four'yean L j ,031, susimw faUowJni swsl part __i'of scratch-iUn.. In_ arid 3-12 the areSde- rrlbed as fair, i In 4-10' ,10 poor, and In 6-10 there !axe azfei ood but on the; rerage. irjll be In'the" towit hips along the border win hVsmall. Mixed .Farmira But to offset the hot wealher.eflect on train the homesteaders have stock. There-.is no money for fancy.; dairy cattle or horses but' nearly-- every, 'ariner. and 'it ia a javestmtnl. when, train prices many1 tie grajn they 'did" not loraell to meet current liability, and theyve selling .the hogs at prices which easily ,'inYsuc-iequeht articles other bran besVof'Tillwa'y wtll be dealt on ihai. the sojlhern par of-.the-province. give 'it. to for 'to: j of; U'a.Ircady I- .t'jini.ed "into'dektrpse; -'jn'est Canadian Whole .wheat man not learn. luUleient oflthf raaa w'th-the i. n facts lendia crops.- JobuSJu .atolbefs fifflngweli .and-' Egan -and Bothers bu r. 'Johnson, Vbo! hai'.H much Vj jnt cause, for.blo'wlpg.as any one not look .for a; higher" avera gs an ii? by Jelds o higher 'but .t'hpie, goln g JeJa iwlll eld the 5( "mark.' j'-.- Warner has. been one of the pott lo: r.'o.'a i f? r turty- a k e's nd" llh'r. of.f.- iea" tan-l Uo'ns it; i Juat try "FORCE" for Maw.iT b.H-0 COMPANY fUUDLTON occurs between now :HEFALO LOOPING THE LOOP 7 VERY GLASSY PERFORMANCE C.P.R. OLAAt-MS HEMS RESPONS1- BLE FOR INTERFERING WITH PROPERTY ON 'THEIR' LINE Toronto, July Gamble; an organiier for th'e. Structural Iron Workers'Union, .was detained here by the a -charge o! T1" provincial', i1 f l. the i he .arrived here, to looi alter a "strike 'oi Canadian Paci- fic railway of Toronto. Shortly alter tbe strike" had been de- clared'a cable hoisting firo'- be-rs for'a" briJge pi con- strnction Sear Dixie.'was lound to lie afterward leaa- ed' thatsa'cid' had 'been.'used' ou the td, which Gamble, r j of laid. "Nick" Chelalo' looped the loop at tbe carnival at the: Athletic park last night, foi the first .time" and a rare and dating performance it is. "Nick" on a bicycle, shoots down an incline leading enters the large whirls once round, Ihen a trip door'is sprung, and shoots the daring- leaping a large gap anil settling'on.a which "he "rides down-.' still" "-ori-his was 'at the beginning ol 1 t. Journey.' He'does this ''y and neatly that the aver- age bicycle'rider "may, be- lieve' that': they could repeat the it" is.not so easy, as _ It looks and many a man has met, with serious'accident in attempting, the first, principals stellar.feat oj necess'ary Qualifications and not of these hare inet with death.- V The loop-the-loop was. the sation ol the bis circuses when originated, and thei the loop, at time was a joVe affair compared with the death trap loop that gives his exhibition on. The havr 'r act i t-.: tn.-. v.i- .'a t ol the highest paid 1 show bu'sinesi. never' been seen here. Wore; Irreipec-. tive'of the allded teature ol-shootus. lap; the death 'trap and-leaptni the; l rhere.must be rio high reluses to pUi'.olt nis leather conditions are fight. iiss the the loop act In s'plte (it the fact that the'Veath r v-as not at all up to'the mark M.: 1 t the carni-" on'djt.ipns on .V doubt.; doubles" value of the jraln.'. -For Example "M -'.-1-.' On Monday one man-brought in'.a wagon "load of hogs forfe tro miles hogs 'were'weighed'on the Lumber Co. scales and1 neltid farmer If he had brotiiht.jn'i full load .of grain" and have done would from 'i load of hogs, .was nol slderaUon. In oae trip, 4Z miles'..anh on.the oiio in.1 II i Ke travelled "ipr'a.i To i iwaM'i-e ]f. I1', saleol.grai 1 '.lav'nr" equipment c'id i olved. five'trips or o! Pan I cnces fifo" these .w.hlcti are.: making ho .place" Ibe hois In elatlvely higher wheat ,8'a money i The -ihomestead- country -Is freer taat iU Jat tbtre b more itock, '.Mr. M.P.P.' bas a farm hew' iooked SOW ap to flve dairy cowl. a taote effort', Is neciwsarjf- '.iqoelci' the AijeM'of'.li to. 52 kHl WV-AV U-e i k'ld, anur la'BH lo ELEPHANTS "AT CIRCUS Jnljr. 'v -p During a ihunderslorra tonight, flS'e huge aid tblrty of Iwty" horses, ton.- IN :.'WINNIP.EQ to a- caae'lerrlfW, and ran 1 Swush Daring Change of Life .and How Nova years 'ago suffering badly .wit Uw doctor IcaUed [Life. -I was so that 1 had to stay in bed. Some.friends ItoldmetoUkeLydia E.Pinkham'sVeger Uble Compound and it1 helped me from the first.: It is the jonly.'rnedicine.I took'.that did help to publish what your good naa done SlSlOX DoiicCTTe, Nova Sjwltla, ..-'j Sncb warning symptoms as sense, of acheidrwd of impeiidfng evil, padpitation of before irregn- larltM, weakMM M toprtetede. V3 IU ;ralion'policy o! .-the "past averted, he say.> r.. den'tly is too' la'te' to go-bic- l> base ol Cart iers.'.. and Mac 1. work, but ties to repai an' insf-nsate the pasl.Ur ficacious7met aclly the co done h'lttot fine attentlp 'Jiiia'diansj.'lnat ol.the In Europe 'dircctit f o.what they have" nc ..I lata iciti'.ntkiiu