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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, .IniM' JO, 1012 THE LETIIBRTDGK DAILY HERALD Blow Your You 'Hay? a rpood Horn to Blow Through' and Something Good to Blow We're' blowing about Advertising AND Results And We're Blowing' FACTS We .get a steady and entirely satis- factory response to regular consistent advertising in "The S. Doil man, manager Hud- son's Bay Btoree. "As a. result of our page ad. in the Her- ald on Friday night we had'to close our doors on account of the crowds on Sat- urday .night." B. U. 'Ry lands, [Manager Rylaritls Co. THESE ARE FACTS AND SIMPLY' PROVE THAT II IN THE "HERALD" MILADI Offlc., 1224 'EDITED BY PHOrjEI: 1111 FORESTRY FOR PRAIRIE AND DRY FARM Written by p. I Horticulture, College Experiment Stsiii man, Mohan's .rThe people 'Who' nave- but recently made their homes on the dry-farms vrj.ll hardly fail tp appreciate the value pf trees when looked, .at purely from tbe standpoint of pleasure. Some who have lived' on these dry-farms longer may have, fufa way, become accustom ed to surroundings and the ab senceXoSiireea. -fid -longer- causes -dls- contontment They h.ave gradually come to behove that 'trees shrubs finot existing cpn ions, and possibly there "are a few .w.flo 'do not appreciate trees and Whipple, Professor of t Forest, tree seedlings one or two years Montana Agricultural (old may be started more readily than older trees. Apple, grafta one or two years old are. safer to plant than older they will bear fruit just as soon as the older At least, in- sist on first-class fruit .tre0a.: One- year-old apple treei should be straight whips from three to four feet high. Two-year-old apple trees are gener- ally branched and should have the lowest branch .riot'over two feet from the ground, and have four or more branches As soon "as the arrive -they should be unpacked and neeled-in in some shady' placo, as on tho "north, side-of a or stored in a cool; .shrubs. 'Howeyer, as a protection from glaring tsun find drying winds itT'Suipmer, and.- severe-. cold -in winter, "trees and shrubs properly planted and caied for cannot but add to the com- fort of the home, and, to most of us, contribute no little amount of pleas uie h comfort and pleasure are not tfie only TfeturnS the planting of trees and shrubs may bring to those upon the farm that.the There are those who claim planting: In. large numbers upon the-plalns would'groat- ly modify the climate'of th'esa'regions, ttiat the rainfall would be, increased, arid that drying winds would foe less "frequent. Aad trees arc sometimes planted, evftn on, the dry-farm, with a view to' Qharicial returns. The wood lot or; the alielter'Ib'elt- does, in' some furnish fuel for the home afcd the fences. Surely the'fruit garden is both-a source of pleasure and an income that may be figured. In dollars and events Many have beeli in- proved by growing'tr6ea under con- ditions as trying as those found on the dry farms In Montana It is surely a trial. When the matter is all Hummed up we flndjthat the degree of success it measured largely by tho proper selection .and preparation, of soil, and proper planting-and. proper :care of-the" trees and shrubi. ..The land to be: planted to the-home grounds should bo -nell prepared and fallowed at least one year before any attempt is -made to' start trees and shrubs The land be deeply plowed and'tindenmost conditions fal plowing would bo preferable During it should be well cultivated to keep down tho weeds and cooaeive tho moisture. If ijt is rfot practicable to hoep tho whole yard area cultivated, particular spots eliosen for the location of clumps of trees or shrubs may be given a good iiiulch of straw or coarse stable man- ure Thiti will keep down the weed cellar. They should be kept cool to r tard the growth of the puds, and moist them from drying out la heeling in ti'ees1 dig a trench and Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. Kelson, Ninth St., for the first Unit! since coining to Dothuri when Mrs. K. A. Cunningham will receive with the hostess, Not receiving tomorrow .Jlrs. W. 0. Mutton but on Thurs- day, June instead, Mr. George Mitfordjs spending few days at Bow Island, Mr. and Mrs.' Bourquo have moved into apartments 131ock. in." the Dominion Mr. Mrs. Thomas Taylor arc spending two or three weeks at the Arrow. Lakes. Miss Judith Hatch is entertaining a few friends informally tins evening in courtesy to-her house guest, Miss McCall, ot Montana. etf.YT; P. Perry is in Red Deer officiating at the ordination of'" a number of young men for' the, Metho- dist ministry. set the roots well in; the. "moist soil and "tramp the earth well about them. If the soil Is not .quite damp it is best to settle it about the roots 'wljh water. If the weather is drying, and especially if rather dry on unpacking; it la best to bury them root and top in rapist soli, .'If every thing is in readiness -to plant the trees when they arrive, they may he planted at once Should they appear dry, It Is best to soak' them In1 freah water from 12 to 24 hours, before planting Trees planted in a shriveled seldom to revive, while the-same trees freshened in soil or In, water may make a auceessiu] growth. Under Montana conditions'trees.and shrubs should be planted in -early spring, as soon as the native tation starts. -The young plant must start growth -oil the food material stored up hr its root, think and branches. If the planting is delayed until the plants, have leafed out, this leaf surface generally .dries up and food used in producing it is lost. Before setting the, plants in the ground, trim off all broken ends of roots, and if 'any roots are exception- ally long, -cut them ,back to 'six or eight inches In length. Handle the trees carefully to' avoid drying the roots, A good way Is to haul1 them .to Miss Carpenter, who has been on an extended visit with, Mrs. W. II. Mc- I.elland, left yesterday for'her home in Los Angeles. She was accompan- ied as far as Ferine bj Mn> Mtl 01- land and Miss Mabil i The following western young men I appeai: jn: the Hsi of candidates who tassed the examination ior'admissii to the RoyalJ Military -College, Kiogs- .on S K.dout, Regina N V. Brown, .Grenfell, Sask.; F. ;iark, I3iiuan. Ross, Loth 'ridge and -V M Naisimih, briuge. Mrs George Jlollmgton and Aiistei jordon Tollington, oC Calgary a1 ivcd iti the citv jittr-i-J Uiu vedding of the former's Mr. J. humming, which will be i'OJe- ratcd tomorrow evening. 1 he I cthbiidgc Tennis Club ill iiortlv- issue invitations for tlie fusi f the 'slimmer scries.of p'sh'irt.i .vaist nd flannel which will bo liel'l. n June 28th, in the all.' The committee of 'arrange- nents is composed of Mi R B pink carnations and resting; on a re .centred the board. Mrs. hyman Bedford presided in a smart' white surge cosluni_e striped in black. The tea hour trifles, which also ex- pressed the pink and white color scheme, were served by Miss Kthcl Cumming, in, robin's egg rajah silk with white moire collar and and Miss in white lingerie'''picture bat. Mrs. (Dr.) Crawford, w-ho recently carric to the city from ;St. the raispn of an' enjoyable thiniblc which claimed Mrs. J, 13. Reuter as hostess this afternoon. Mrs Reuter welcomed her guests wearing a white, embroidered gown; while the honor guest was smartly gowned in navy blue foulard. Twelve ladies were bidden to meet, Mrs. Crawford, the affair concluding] with the serving of a by the hostess. n A Cool Evening often follows the Hottest of Days That's just where the Maribout Stole comes in, exceeding- ly light and easy to carry, it provides .just that warmth necessary to ward off'a chill. Beautiful Indeed are the stolob now being Hhoun hi the Rcaih-lottea from an priced Maribout at ?i 10, to a ical Ostrich Department and the oilces l ich In nWta A Special S Of A long stole made from the lows of cxtep (ionally full Maribout In a pretty shade ot brown or in black Real Ostrich at and ulltullj lus A. %ery handsome stole this beaulltullj lus tious and finely culled ostilch in black SlnlshulvUth silk ends fehau, Mr F G Ilazell ami Ui il N.- Bennett, A bright little 'dinner nattr was held at hotul ladl ening- in farewell courtesy to Luuisileih .Covers- were laid -Inr Messrs Lumsden, -Neu comlie, Wrig- gleswortli) Rogers, is, P V Lewis, ,f (V T. Robertson, Harris, McCHnton Miss Glaiivs Olner, a July bride- to-be, Mas the raison elie of a miscellaneous, by Mrs. C n Brandon last ,uhen entertained the members of tlie Protheon dass Tuenh six latiies present and out- door ames were cri Miss Com- lin was'the .prize, winner in a contm- dtum contest Pleasing solos tendered In Miss Diser and Miss while a duct bv the Misses Diser and nn-; piano selectipns by some ofj the guests inucli enjoyed After the serying of a delectabi menu, Miss Cook, president of tin ;Hotlieon class, presented the manj Leautnul and valuahle gifts to tin lonor guest, who acknowledged then Our Warner correspondent writes Mrs. B. Yates, of Stiiiwater, Mum., mother 61 D. K- Vatcs. am ilrs. C. R., of Ogdensburg sister of Mrs D, H Yales were courtesy guests 6fp; a very dc iightful "at home1', given by Mrs. A J Burniidc on Friday afternoon rh rCa ..table and room wcr irettilr decorated with carnations which gave a: welcome cheer to th en U-five guests who assembled a he appointed hour, Mrs. T. IX Mo lian did the honors at pouimg tea while the assistants were Mrs. Laing and Miss Kellv The honor guests took (lie evening train to Lethbridge, accompanied b; Mir.'and Mrs. Yates, who returned Warner next .morning. Those, [ron out of Mrs.iMaynard am Mrs Alatdonaid, payton Mrs Qmnn, of Milk Rner, Mm, and her guest, Miss M t McGetrick of Chicago. Clubs and Societies The Jad'es ot tjm Vuxiharv of fit prian's clmrctf wish to thank all, who assisted at'their Sat- imla> espccialij Mr for the use Ford who the clnus to stoic "rec of charge. The people ol the First Bap- List church UrgaiiTred last Alonday evenin'g, the officers electee] >eing tPrcsident, A. CvWatson, pas- nccprcoident, Mr "l! B McFI yea; secretary-trpasurer, Mr, F. Kin- executne, Misses. Wai, PiJna Cooper' Tabor tand Mr C II HCOT decided to hold social i ajid eiucationa! or dexotional .ilternatc during tho summer 'Ihe setles begins with a.picnic on Monday, evening next If oric year-old frilft'trees are set, thin four or five leaving those that: are'spaced as far apart as possible .and out1 these back to within six Inches of 'runs; the Miss Irene McLachlan, the much feted -bride-elect, ivas honor guest ot a bright lea hour, affair yesieuday, which claimed Mrs J F Gumming as hostess. Quantities of pink and white carna- tions lent tliPir brilliance and frag- tance to the drawing rooms Mrs Cumming drowned her guests wearing a tlainU dotted Swisb Etook, while Miss was prettily attired in an embroidered gowiiMviUi pink sash nnd black hat with large white plume. A. novel an'd pretty idea for a er was carried the hostess, who presentedp Miss McLathlap with a charming fit'tle willow basket, ed with ribbon and requested hereto search the drawing rooins for "ar- ticles to. 'ound all (ill it. Miss tlie necessary .Mcl.achlan ccessories, which were gilts .from the guests ircscnt to form an ideal work lias- let. The lea lablr was effective viih Us po'nt lace cover ovtr Which asparagus grccnrrv, wliilc a cut Lulding a shower o[ MORE RAILWAYS BADLY NEEDED HON. C. R. MITCHELL SAYS THEY MUST ENTER THE SOUTH COUNTRY Calgarj, Tune necessity for greater railway facilities rinUhe coim try south of the the C. P east, was emphasized by Hon. G R.'Mitchell, minister oC Public-Works on his return yesterday _6Q( mile motor trip through' the. southern portion of. the Medicine Hat constit- uency. Hbn Mr Mitchell stated that he had lust completed one of.the.most en- loyahlc and instriictlve trips poeslblc n this countrj'. On the invitation of J1 D MoGregoi, general manager of he Southei i Albeifa Com jtd.f in whose hands the great irri- gation project covering the .territory the Bow River from a point south of Strathmone easterly to a point near edicine Hfit, is a :party if Hat and Maple Greek litizeito visited various points of in- this work, ThejWhple of the territory adjacent o tluT Irrigable bolt is fhickly settled y .1 splendid tj pe of people.'and BO enelve is country thatthousandB f Tanners, all of whom'have a large mount of-land under cultivation, are 'Hhoui railways facilities. The has commenced the con- struction of ;i r.Viiway south-west .towards.Kipp, but 'this. yJll by no, ineai.'j afford Hurflclent relief: Not until the G.T.P. nnd Ihe C.N.H, enter this territory will conditions be' nt all adftjualely and at Ihe pres-1 CIK tiuio. bqiqre l Brown or Black, tipped with white 8PeclaIs' made In blaclc or brown, eac; feather tinned reasonable An Exceptional Offer-An extra large Stole of brown Maribout, containing 12 full rows of feathers forming a complete cape, and only priced at HUDSON'S BAY CO. lands are thrown open for settlement, the need of railway facilities is being Keenly felt Grass lands, every acre of which can be cultiva ever ted an d cnh await the completion .or the irrigation works. when' settlement -will commence: Speaking of the irrigation Air. Mitchell -that the magnitude of it Car excelle'd his expectations- The, main ditch when completed this all will be 200 miles in length1 Lake McGregor, some 20 miles sduth of Glet- dhen, will hold" a sheet 20 milesrin length with a width in places of 2 1 2 miles and is now readj to re- ceive the The immense dams at each end aie masterpieces of engin eering in this particular line. Several flumes, one of which lacks only a few feet of one mile. A particularly interesting as well ru, important piece or work is an immense siphon which carries the water mei a deep creek bed The magnitude and importance of this great work can only be apprec- iated by personal .inspection. The responslbttttj for the const! uction woik Jias rested upon A M Grace the chlel engineer of the1 company. Speaking of the marked activity, m Medicine Hat this year, Mr.'Mitchell remarked that it was nothing moie than might be expected of a place possessed by advantages The energy and -enterprise of its citi zeng during past jears are pro ducing results commercially of a very deep coulees are crossed by means of satisfactory character. TUBE SYSTEM FOR MONTREAL Montreal, June presenting the Metropolitan compaav of Montreal, have begun work on a sjstem of tubes which to be laid la the citjr The expects to spend one hundred million dollars on Its system which it claimed, will resemble that of. Njyw York w hen completed v, I This Week's Grocery Bargains at L C. TEEPLE'S AH goods guaranteed satisfactory, or money cheerfully refunded Fresh Fruits Assortment f Vinegar, very fine quality, per of Sundries P.Merving Pih.appl.s, nice bottle' 30c and large size, 25c Dressing, Our- kin's, per bottle 4Uv and Powder large Cucumbers, fresh, Lime Juice Monsterrat 2, for fivw large size, each bottle Cream Powder 2 OCjt packages for COG Potatoes, per C CO Lemonade, Eiffel Tower, per ,100 31 .OU iarge o_ tin flnett B C. >f Mfl 20 Ib tack 9 -IV Oranges, nice and sweet, per Grapc JmcCf dozen, 25c, 40c Kfif pint 1UC and Quart bottles a really good blend, per Ib VWV Tea, our own CAM Lime Juice, Rose's Lemons, nice juicy large quart. BOG perdoien VWV fparkling-.Apple Ju.ce, Ib VwW Stovtj Bruihff, "each Grape Fruit, large; California for a very fine drink, per bottle Scrubbing Rrushts each C3C Strawberries, fresh every morning per bask 4 ket 1 FOR Brushes IsT Etch COC Fly Puper, itlcky, 4 f double shots for 1 UC New Potatoes, nice DUE TO ARRIVE IN THE CITY Powder, assort 4E_ i ed, 3 pkgs for C9C stock, four pound for fcOC New Green per case, Pickles, large OC-size per dor C9C Soap, Golden West or Royal nia grown, per pound 6 cakes 1C A for C3C Rips Tomatoes, fancy Meats 3 9Cj> cakes for sCOC 3tock'perlb Provisions Asparagus, fresh, tender Boneless hams, about Cahfornls, ptr 1 C A 8 Ibs per-lb Own Soap, per OCdk 3 cike box Pear's Soap, Z cakts OCn Pou Irw gclt Hams, Rhubarb, pound sCww Worcestershire Sauce, foui pounds SWIFT'S SILVER Imported, f _ per bottle 1 wC Lsttuce, Ridlshn, On Raisins, 16 oz. OCA ions, frish daily, EA pkgs 2 for bOC bunch 9C 51 Of? i. Creamery Butter, bet; fo'r COG Bananas, p.r Flakes, Kel- fflft Breakfast Bacon, sliced by r-rtsn Cecoaifuts, JJA., machinery, price Ols-is cents ind Kwl> per pound 1 UC Puffed Wheat 4 package 1 V6 Phone 515 L C. TEEPLE 4th Ave., oppo- site Court House ;