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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE TWELVE' Farmers Urged To Adopt New And Better Methods to Prevent Soil Drifting In Affected Area C. S. Noble in Special .1'roblcms countered By Farmers in the'' I'ast Month alsu told us that we wuuUI luivo gardiug meihoJs ol susmiuvfallow. oil seeding wiuit-r rye lu ymftti drifting, proc-uriug the :-t-eU ami iu a few cases this if we did 'hurriedly iheir caiel'il .___. tneiLoiis. Too much cMiiutjt be sitttH advising as (o Uniiiu'inj; as In tbe of rivmpl aciion j mere real good will ho airi'om- IHS to the Norlberii plislied for ihf sin-ni thRii iu niuvunciii. This1 will viiable! aav oiiit-r uay, U nut di> to say Winter Rye and .ftMe ;u lMri Al l-enhu M to ret a man for IMenlv tft" Reason for New. prompily settled h> work. If such.a was anvcr- irrtgatlonists from :he States why arAMUeU fpr and a liberal saUry offered! Courage. waiting ihe ouportuuiiy (o j appltcaticnb would te fortbcoming.i j buy land. U will Many Iu the coulU te foauilj I ly furnish work fcr in need of who woi'.l-J be .seeking lo lissUt iu Jer [By S Tiie o' (he Albprla por- erntueni have frequently seen large of abnormal prosperity in tie districts'that hare. mopt the Jasi three wrh dry wea- ther and dritiing and at thii friii- t-al time it is not surprising that they do not in the way tlo ourselves tlie injportAoce of ijutck. dwisJon 10 methods to be Adopted and pursued vlsorously. The farmers of Souihorn are greatly indebted to Mr. Marnoeh and' hav.e Ihe Board of Trade and ihe at-quaintiug him will) ihe prvseul k'on- vanced of k. I uot only ditions and to sun this inioonaut but over n j work. .radius (hi- irrigation disJ _ Meetings This Week i trlft, since il would encourage more nnr'ns th'1 week isieViiiips bfen jatlentien to-fuixed fanniiiK uml ihe (held 'Harcn> Var- ktepinj of livpRtoeX wiihm easier j niangay. supixjrud by 'Mr. Marnoch, dry avoiOing the Kyperhnental Karin. ilr. Strk-k- of Mr Miitaker) Methods James Murray, tupcrliuenJc-iit of Ihe As to methods of dry farmiDR we the Noble rVunJatiou. 'Ud., Ml! wilhoui oiceptiou uf of sumuien'aHuFiDg BOLSHEVIK! MEDIATE, i a Moscow Wispatch.tO; the: Herald, which savs the ilussiau soviet govorn- PERSIA AND ARMENIA! went is'aciiug Ihe two countries. mediator between guard- ing Armenia 'against Turkish attacks. a distance of the: f router.' Ajjtl Artueola's a regarding boundaries caonol' tie real- it is averted, auO a be by "wWeh Ar memail whb'fled'frpiu Turkov dunug will fre U Turkish Aynienia- iind graated nuftV cieul larid'jihere for iKelr support their untiring'effort? io help them lind The possi- iheir present situation. II thai ;btllt7. ut each year ihe hist, of constant reference 10 present condi-] high however. hRB caused us Irons may seem, if continued, bad ad-j loieiwUavor lo In all the acreage rerlislns for (he IxHhbrirtse district, possible. Some umlftaU'ii lo Mr. MoCaiff. Provincial Publicity Com- anj uiher.s. These meet- ings wire for ihe purpose Discuss-j inp ibc summerfciHoiv juettioda as w j means of tciubattitis tho cut worms and aiM mom imrtlcu- S.P perhaps 10 get" the altitude On ihe other hand ihe cres of thejprevent son drifting by late i the fanners regarding lite growing of world Iiat? been turned many limes'for sutnroerfallow ami learLig it in winter rye to prevent soil drifting. ihe rough. This has big mis- take and has irieroasfid soil drifting M well as alloiredxweeds to grow and encouraged cnt '.vgrass. We catuiot Will Sow Larg't Acreagts The farmers were unani- mous in their decision; tq eeed large to wEDtc? rye. .It really Is 'he xavernineiiL to work out i with B definite pUa ot something lhat has under similar con flit ions i proven to be the solution. Agricultural Advisor Needed Board of Trade no ne'w nielhud having proven very et- fective and profitable1 in other ihe woaiJdrful poasibililtw! of Southern Alberta. If are xolnx to all o iv our pride now to proveat u? from Admitting that our mfthods ire to a great eitent responsible (or thin pros-; expect the condition, and that ruanr are on whai crerfil tlifllcuUiea. hare to RO to arranna. we will be for the remedy. Lei the press help in any way possible; we have absolutely noihiug to fear A 1 large percent of ihe Mnali. grains In f Above'aJl other things now we need ihe iummerfallow the are produced in semi-arid r what Is known as an agricultural ail- and if early seeding is done districts similar visnr. and by the-services of such a have or will he experienced. Par-1 man. supported hy all ivho have iu- mers in the wealthiest parts cf OIP iprests in tht Eimth, ami districts, 'There was also a great deal of discussion on sumnierfallow meth- Some hind affected hy soil driit- ing nviy tor different' reasons have to be seeded to wiuier-rye without first f 159 Arcnue Pim IX, "For threo years, 1 wis terrible iuffetcrfnot Dytpcfna and my I consulted a physiciau and took his incukiiie and faithfully carried otiihUiasirucUons; but I did uoVImprove and the doctor toltt etc I could nci be cuitd. At this friend sdvised to try 'FmiwiviJ ind so. After .UkiDf of -'fruit-a- 1 jTis: greatly rdlered; and Eradually this marvelous fruit- .mediate made me coiupletely well. My 'difMtioa fiforral health we of wbicla I ovro to GASPARD DUBORD. Plates of Washing-ion ianil Oregon telt us they never made money or becamo permanently iirosparon? !hfl country was almost bankniitt. They meeting; ihe farmers individually much as possihle and arranging meet- ings in Ihe school houses and prepared from time to time ro them re- SOc.-t At all-dcalersVor 50oft postpaid hy but. for tea? Serve Lanka Lanka is British grown tea from Ceylon's hill gardens. The choicest grades are blended, making an exquisite flavor, a tempting aroma, a. color .that charms. The price is moderate. Look for this package. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Cuada Three Fridays a Week? W l-IY substitute (epea't iKii' dclktouV ing tretl 3 week, It do ike family gocSj. "Biiitdi" SUN S1ON APRJl- 22 muscle, bone the cos) of living by quite k ilice. MACARONI i> pure fiom ihe hudnl in ihe Duruni, w'lcit 45% more thin more nbumjumnl'thin fish, and rcbre nourishraenl bc'ptcpaied in over !00 o! ihe mortrdelicioui tnd appetizing dishes. Buy It by the from your grocer A food for the hungry. or poor coinparativety sali.-Iacuiry resuks may be al least suil drifting prevented but as uj general [arm metb- u-e inusl ahsiilutely Eire up seed-. iug on anyihiiig hut tht very siiintnortallow. This lu some, cases it cunlain's ergot withuuu esception. lo. prevent soilUvhich can out in clear wa- di iking and get results, must b? prop. I ter with 110 cxpeusp. Kor best jtre- erly UIMIO. If we arc in f our. sum-; tectioii against drilling rye seeding raerfallow, then spring plow and seed j should be storied on Hie west aud more'.ind wind iy> with a good per-i south side ot fields by the middle, ot ceniage setdert iu" theu (urn I juiy anil to avoid tiikiug toe much around to plow hind lhat has become moisture from which will he bakeil and weedy in Hie irumlliE: ot neertcd the" following spring.'half a July and August uushel should he iifed, low'ihe fyllowiiig Ihe result partiijularlv'where'seed ue.Vand mois; will Ihe neishhor will, gel a guoil lure, c'cncli'tibnj': are Meal. I percentage ot our Mop" soil .and col perhaps at" the 'rate of five-Dbmids-fCr f j verms .will be left, balance, j every seven days "until-Scp-' Ground ti> be sutninettalloived should Icniher Uo Ml attempt to.seed be disu-ed in the possible; largo rie until August and again In the sprjng. even wuilc j [irsi .'allowing tlnie tn a the on. encouraging K0oii deal 'on tlie condition of Ihe land the growth of volunteer grairt and uijand the molslurc.H coutainl; and Iho weeds. It their.uu croi' is seeded e.v risk as regards drifting. no soil j cent on siiminerfalknv this work will; drifting IB likely occur tae.'-.b'eit lie ihe plow-'! yield'might he had' bv Eiiedlng'trom, Ing for sunimerfallow. .-in the coming! the first to Ihe fifteenth ot August, i-season can be started "hy Ibfi tniddle 1 -The lot Slay. This plowiufc; well done, j isfacicry w'here'Yhis is fiaiidle'd should be followed at thp'.'enO of every {pronerl.v .tbat-ii-cau witnoiit j v.-ilh a .sub-fiiirta're picker or i hes'iliitfori thai miYa'rtner ne'ed'be dis- double disc running straight: One is eonragcd iiLlhc Kye. is par'ttc- practically as.good as the other. This nlarjy. welt, aSaple'd soils and i packer or rtpeS -not 'encourage I will ho found jnost dependahle 'in any district, and will. ;ord in a terrtr cf .L hetter net return.! is Inoiat. In sooner wouit! strongly urge'in aH the! later il will become. and with affected districts that every farmer ac-1 weeds livo to fonr.inches high, the j tiuafiil himself with tb'e possibilities Rotary Hod niost'j of winter rye aod determine on a def- satisfactory. IL :the grnnnd j inite plan of proceeding witii the pre- completely working paring ot Ihe land'for this crop. drifting as fi' too.ntten thought since northern semi-arid i unoer these con'dillcna the ground can it it believed, affo 'always be plowed anil .wlipn it j years a very mnc-li BROWN AND OX-BLOOD SHOE POLISHES THE BIG VALUE BOX Alto for Black, Tan and White Shoes' THE F. F. DAtteT CORPORATIONS LTD., HAMILTON.'CAN: grpn'nti about thrse 'iiith. leares (lib A cul- Thc goveniment is taking s secure arid hold seerj ryc-Snd nfrangc-i trvalicn before Aiigusf.1st with a Rod mbnts cfonjpleled "for dis-.j Weeder I-HH he '.given if necessary to tritration of sreil asfhas been rione.i _ keep clean .wich no danger of drifting, with serins grains. In Soiilhern AUjerta many ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" l ISS5I ONTARIO Church SAaaffar i UO. I1-.I R.MC. n: IiS B.MC ___. olhcr The-egg of tfie 'cut worm is'laid I ilistricts tbat iiave had heavy losses from the 1st of August lo the 20th ot i two or three years in succession hare Seplf-mber and will not lie laid on j studied one another's mistakes mi- land with a reasonably ainuojh surface proved their methods and .are and that Is clean'of weeds. Afier the again very prosperous. art in ai of September, and- possihle war trying our entrance examination, while ii> a moist condition' before Ihe. If we have the right deterinlnatfiiy the rreejre-up, a spring tootii harrow with i whole area affr-eled by the cut worms i three teeth in a section, meaning that and soil .drifting ran be made atlrac- they would he placetl.une foot apart.! live and interesting indeed Ijy Octo- Is an Ideal tool lo ridge the ground.; her 1st. Above all things let us give .still leaving'it coarse to prevent soil attention principally the drifting and to quile an extent hold i which have maite and onsblc ihe suow thnt. would ctlierwisn he blown Kovernment ii> tee that we certainly I away with lha winds. TliiH 'work are deserving any assistance it should he done aC right angles to Ihe j possible for tln.'ui trou suffer from Epilepsy, Hsadichea, Hyttena? Or fronTany form of or Slctplewmess? In all ftn cflcctive and positive." remeoy t _ DT Nervine is the result of jeara of carefully conducted ezpcnoienti by a specialist in the treatment of the Brain ard Ncrvoui System After taking this reliable remedy, nerves that formally bevond control, i become soothed and strengthened Arid like all Dr. Milcrf famous prcparationij-Nervine contains no habit form- drugs, no alch6hoi, nor injurious concouoni It is instead, a genuine high quality home remedy. Do not be without it. Ask yotir drujgist for a .bottle, your money He'will guarante5.it to benefit you'or refund at ihe.Laborqlory of ihe Dr, miles Medical Company TORONTO CANADA 6 per cent Interest GOLJD BONDS The Province of Alberta Offers those dosiring a safe inv-aHlntnt at a high ralo of interest, a new rionil issue Interest. -liTIifj.se -arcs len-yowr Gold Bonds ilolct} May IsJ, lii'20. ifialurliif; May 1st, with huettat 'couiions ]tayjihlo May 1st nntl Xovcmbcr .Isr, arc fii cjf t Investors Ihe-se ilirecl from the of Ihe Treasurer, with- out coin infos iun of kind or in delivery. ,t VHilH offcrinj; is inlcitckd chitllVfoi1 llio Ucnbf.t small Hie IndnstfiOils and he bfi Inbornr, nrllzmi, jnnit, may Invoal Ins savings hy tuall, Revenue .ini] RU (ho afl iU'C behind thlr. investment. t ;lic ina'lc rnarkcii .THESE BONDS MAV ALSO BE ODTAINEU FROM.ANY RECOGNISED BOND HOUSE IN pnoviNCE Address all comrnuriicaiioiis to DEPUTY PR6VINCIAL .TREASURER. THE HON. C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer W. V. NEWSON, Deputy provincial Treasurer, "Parliament Edihonto'n, Alberta. ;