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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIFMiETlIBKLPOE DAILY HERALD Hiilunlay..) unc S. 'MADE FROM ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR melts invay ilelieinusly in ilu> moulli when rou eat it. Made from this Hour, nic-crust te -A irimv-iili- U.o proud rhousewife'6 joy, for H makes her baking really worth while. Get a sack today and stop worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT L6THBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH SAVING THE MOISTURE AND INCREASING CROPS champion a 11-purpose brand. Written for Dry-Farming by Prof. H. M. Balner, Agricultural Demonstrator Santi Fe System, A ma rill DJ Texas. Now that our moisture condition arc favorable It Is up to us, lib' farmers to make crops this year. We kno- tt Is not the amount of rnlu that fall on a country tliat makes, the crope but rnlher fhe amount that we can aloro and snvo In ihe soil [or tho use of the crops. Saving the Moisture In the place the soil sboulc bo put in coiifiitibu to receive all mois lure falling upon it instead of letUrig t run Deep fall plowing and earlj kvintcr plowing is most favorable to moisture storage. In making (he aeed ied it is well to remember that no ifter cultivation cna make amends 'or poor preparation. Our poorest armors are those that plow the least and shallowest. Again, the depth of our farms IB the depth we' plow, it s iiol advisable io do deep plowing at his time of year Tor immediate plant- Tig unless the soil can be packed mechanically, plowed yet plowed shallow or else must be put Iii condition with disc barrow or lister tit once. To save the moisture'in land'that is to be planted in row. crops it is ad- visable to disc [he, land nt once, or single list it. As soon 'us this is done the harrow should be used on it enough to prevent any crusts, from forming and also to keep the weeds from starting. At no time should B, crust, he allowed to form on the surface of a Held that Is being prepared for a crop or that has a growing crop on 1L Evaporation from the soil IE going on practically all the time. During the times .of evap- oration, moisture is constantly carried from the lower soil to the surface by known as This capillary movement brings the moisture to the surface like oil through a lamp wick, where it escapes into the air, This constant drain, soon, dries out a soil- Moisture moves upward readily Soil that has not. been must necessarily bo FOE SALE BY GEO.KEBR CO., LETHBBIDGE The New. Bakery Mew Equipment, Expert Bakers, Gad can buy bread at 5 cents a loaf, and Union Bakery vNifcw Building. New Equipment, Expert Bakers, Good Service. Tbt v bfily place you can buy bread al 5 cents a loaf, and you can buy It from us only; Wm. Peebles, 1482, Cor. 8th Avc- and 12th St. South. JJ HOME RULE MAJORITY IN ULSTER COUNTY Election Contests Show Majority For Anti-Unionists of 1218 Not alt the ingenious calculations of ,the Tories can explain-away ihe t thnt [here ie au actual Home Rule anajorlly in I'lst-ar. Wallace Carter. eecretai-y o-f the Home Rule Counci iminis that ilie Conservatives mrr- sue the absurd jilan of taking only the voles east at the lust tion, and 'where there vns no contest credit the silling; l- the oi the electors in the con- i'EUiuency. j The only sound method of arriving1 at the figures Is to ascertain ibe iiuni- her casi in each Ulster con- j. ntlluency at the last contested elec- f exactly ilie same length and the re- ation between the day of the month ind 'the day of the week would be :onstant.. The deputation asked..Mr. Jordcn to request the government he United Kingdom to lake to btain international consideration for he yroposal. Mr. Borden promised onslderation. For Good Bread, Cakes and Pastry FIVE ROSES FLOUR SIR SIDNEY LEE SEVERELY SCORED MUST .CONSULT.. BIG INTERESTS Ottawa, June IB slaicit th.it there U not. Hkoly any annoiiiiccinonl n.s Itv Lhfl Kovornmeiil-'s ariloii In Lrt ihe ciemcm fam- ine In tho U'rifltAor :i few (lavs nl The MlW'iHlcr oi Flnnncc Is Rlvinp the cnniftlklnin IHa seriu.ie iier- BOiial coiiBidRratiVin, and Is inRklng nn endeavor to gCV at the cmii" o[ ibp V v OR HIS BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE LATE KING EDWARD London, .Tune Sidney Lea's Ipgraphy of Edward VII. has evoked riticiem on the ground that so crjti- al an estimate trr monarch's car- er, should nol. have been Ttublishert o soon after his death. The'Dally elegrnpli Is very severe in its denim- iation ot It deecribca an act E gaucberle nnd tacUeasnesa. Sir Sidney replied in a letter, ox- tliat "The Dictionary of Nn- onal Biography." in which the incm- ir appears, ia a work of historical re- er-ence, which lo Furnisb ihe tutJp.nt of history carehilly lyea't- d facts in ae concise a form as is on sis tent with completeness, "The biography of Kdwnrd VII. re- leols the principles, which have glv-' en tlic work its reputation among his- :lgrical scholars all over tlie world. To have given to the memoirs of hfs Majesty exceptional space would have been Injurious alike to the lato Kind's historic mid lo the charnci.er of the dictionary, which ia generally respected as (lie standard authority." The Telegraph com men Ig as fol- lows: "Sir Sidney refers to the aulhorlia- llvo chftractcr or the Hfs; in (iiics'tlon. He himself explained as to the sour- ces of his authority. In Ihe rnurse of an Interview In the.Dally Alall. he saiM'. 'My sources of Information were olile-fly converentlonal, have dia- cnased the malerinl of tho blogrnjiliy wllh most, of the levllng men of the day. 1 have hnd access lo many :m- puhllshcd papers, such for In- rtisnce, the diary of the late Sir Char- les UMko.1 "If tliese arc tlie foundations upon which IID hue bnllt up Ills hiograpiiy of I'Mward VII., no comment IH ncodci] lo Justify our comloinnallon of n wwk ehowa R deplorable want of Judgment sud DUKE BORROWED GLASSES .TO LAY CORNER STONE Toronto, .Time Royal High- ness, the Duke of Connaught had a' rather embaraasliig: experience when he laid the foundaiion alone of .the neiv children's huildins' of the Toronto Free Jlosphal for Consumptives. As ihe stone w.ns lowered into posi- tion, the Governor-General discovered lie hnd forgotten his glasses. A word to !he wise WHS sufficient for "the stonemason, Mr, William Dav- Idfi-e, who WHS standing at the Ilnke's Rlnow. "Your Royal Highness may have my Davidgc volunteer- ed, producing a leather case Ing a pulr of spectacles. The incident noticed only by tlie .people in Che front row, could upt sunjireflR a smile as the Dulte--wltli, some diffi- tiilty Adjusted ihe borrowed sp'ecla- B. and the laying of the SLOIIC pro- ceeded. FRYS COCOA Makes a man feel good "AisU for FHV'S MA COCOA" The Great linildcr tot invalids. ;