Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
�a. iMihriltiVirfaliT^iiCtflWbi LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING CO., LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN, Ctfltor aid Maufer. W. JORDAN, Sipt. of Jol DtMrlacal' SUBSCRIPTION: tb. Advanoe tl.BO * year Oth�rwiae 92.00 m year ADVERTISING: Par Month tU.OO Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW former. Children do flat feiiiiM io school in any great mitrtbers before September first and what little work is accomplished must tw* none over again no ns to give tlie more for lunate late-comers on even start for the year's work. Ami what of the teachers? Tew pupils, hot woulhor, poorly ventilated rooms, visions of holklny thnt might lime tieoti, knowledge thnt Work rioiv must lie repeated, these iiiv the fontuivs ,if the returning touchers outlook on the third Monday of August. The provincial department of education stnles thnt the school year slmll 1111-111111� two hundred and ten touching dnys. Should the local school-board divide to extend the viirnt'ioii to Septeinlier first. some r The World of Sport LKTMlimwK DEFUATS H1VF.lt. moil Having figured up thnt their defeat a run for their money, the IHgh Klv-|,,r' Wm-UIiti* and other Albertn Scientific Soil Culture. Soil cult Ivitt ion Is important, but quite n� Importnnt is the condition of the still at the time of cultivation ami the king of Implements you use in- cultivation. Those were the tin- in their Tues or stalwarts ennte down In might to meet the locals on day. It was a nunrter to seven before referee ".lock" Stanley of Calgary who was asked by the teams to officiate, culled the boys together. The teams lined up ns follows: High River I.��t�ibridgc clubs. I The Chinook ball team again def feuted the North Ward. On Monday . J night at the bnll ground*, they defeated the fellows from across the truck by 17-10. I.F.THIIKIDdK AT F.DMOXTON. The evidence derived at the Ions ot the Uecf Commission show* that the commlsslonery arc getting loss of gi vortmiont grant would lie Stanley ciilnilisl. It is iiuestiolinlile, how over, whether the loss of revenue Is sullicioiit reason for ojienlng sohool very close to matters thnt nre of vit-, um|),r sll(.,, unfavorable circumstances al interest to the live stock im>nudj1n ,iroVinees. the tow* and the consumers in the West. The evidence �>o far Minns to leave no soiibt ns to their being a beef combine the general testimony being that there is no competition vhatevcr among buyers, and thnt ns far. us export cattle ane concerned there Is In reality only one buyer. There is little doubt, too, but what there ls> un agreement between ilv.j large, shlpliers and the riillwnys to give the small shippers the worst of it and make it impossible for them to continue shipping. Hotter runs, better cars, better rates, and better attention by railway employees. given the monopolists to the iletri -inent ot the interests of the sum I stockmen. It remains to be seen whether the large dealers and ihe railway com -panics can explain this state of things satisfactorily to the people 1( the facts nre as the evtilenee �.t present indicates it will oe the duty of the government to take measures to relieve the small stockmen ant the consumer. The railway diserim ination will come under the attiiit -ion ol the railway commissi! n. while the general beliet of the witnesses heard is that the government will have to take a hand In the l>ecl trade. The evident sincerity ami thorough ness of the investtgutloii ot tin- i�s-r commissioners IxUokons an intention ot the Alherta anil .Miinitott.i governments to get hII die facta of the cuse and to act upon its knowledge. If it is necessary .'or the government to enter into com -petition with the monopolists in order that the interest* of the public will be safeguarded, the |s� except tohnlly racy ami clever articles on the recent roundup in this district. Slit- gave a stirring and truthful picture of the life of the eowtioy ami the contributions are well wirlh preening The day of the good old cowboy is near an end in this province mi account of the rnpid fnrnv itig development that is proceeding ihroughout the country. The people will part with I lieu,, pic invsnuo and jovial characters with sincere regret but not moii! so than the Istys will forstike the fr�-e and bracing life as riders on the plains of Alberta clubs. Will tlw tlffje nttm- \nm wo shall have to sottd over to Ufllindu for men to help tw to bent F.nglnnd in the Intermit iolHit'?" The niitmvr of old international players in the Alberta footbn 1,1 clubs seems to be n Justification for the complaint registered by tile cortvs - ' ,i(11.ix ],rliu-lples, in thu mns-t of Medicine lint lust week gave them' I'owlent to our contemporary. There j uuvs-Hng talk given by Prof. Ciitnp-license to give the lirthbridge hunch | M,v st'v,,rnl ''iternuliotuil men- Hi Tab- > ,,,,( ,,,, |nMllu1(, mooting Tuesday night. Win. Oliver. Vice president of the Agricultural Society occupied the chair and called iqn n Uoo. Hiiroi'trl Deputy Minister of Agriculture 'or Alberta to adtlress the meeting. Mr. Iliircoiirt sjild that his attention had I'list been cilled to ini|>ort-niuv of soil ciillitiv in the lry s-m-iner of I'.Hiii. when in Manitoba, where he was then living they hail no rain from the time I he snow went (iwny till July ."ith. Some farui'rs iiummI twviitx live bushels. while tlh*ir neighbors only raisetl o and thi> average for Ihe pnviiice was nine bushels He conrlmlisl then thai the I ivason was that some farmors had properly siimiuhmIh 1 lowed their fields the >ear U-iore conserving moistnii 'sUllU'ielit to supply- the wheat iliiiin^ the season of grovvth. I*iter exper -ieiiiv hud conllrnii"d this conclusion, ami it was with emit pleusiiro he 'introduced Prof. I'mupli'll who for I wvnty-fivo years had lx>oii experi -iiNMiting on soil c.iltiiiv. lie wassure that the directions us to the proper cultivation of the soil for the con -jservntion of moisture would be worth , much money lo all the farmers of Watt Nelson (ilehrist hi im ges Taylor McCoy Iturnett Kentherstom Wuugh McDotmld Milross Hoal Stafford jK.Int Dr. Stewart I The Uisebull team is pln.v ing rover point J. Stewart 1,1 l^bmmton On Monday 1st defence Vhid defence fast the :trd defence centre :trd home 2nd home 1st home outside inside Cooke Ijcglstators weiv lobbied nuccessfullv (llkmnell the ivpivscntn lives of the south nuin-Dnvles I'^big to pass their bill h,\ .">-2. Scott The Kdmonlon bunch braced up on Sl.oith Tuesday and hold our pennant vv'n-Winkler m'1'" ''"W-n to a ten-iiim-i^s tie. each Itobson si,le making two nnis. \ li :s, ami (low errors. The game wos fast and McMullcn iexciting. Tlie first game lasted for -siJCtm j M^bcim- lint took the first two minute* and was evenly contested nl-;Kn,,h's �e for four Innings......., , , , ... , , " iuiv nil l In Use l| j,! id,. nissllXl tune Hi vv and then shut down on them, tieing ,., ,,,.,., .,..,.,,. v ..... I . KM'*' plants Scientific soil ciil- "tohog" always ilis- THE TRUSTS a GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED (Head Office, Toronto) Capital ami Reserve, - $2,200,000. Authorized to net as- KXECl'TOK, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTED ETC. Appoiateil by the Alberta Government as Public Administrator for Lethbriilge .ludicial District. Advisory Board for Albsrta : I). W. Mursh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, K�g. They weiv export butchers, cows and calves He shipisnl from I*'th-bridgv. and had no trouble nttout tars 1 in111 the lasi shipment, when cars were onlensl but he hud to hold Tii."i heasl for a in.iiith wuiting for cars, caii'-iug considerable loss. 'P|ie Kniglil Sugar Co. hud ordcrtsl the cars The only e.xplanollon given was that lliey di believes it n givut tienefit to have Insin-otors in Wi.r.ri|H>g. If a man wanted to lie crooked, wit ties* stated, he could nt present, ship Other people's cut'tlf if ho wanted -to Mr Kuiglit foils his cattle on licet pulp from the sugar fuctory. nnil.also hay. Witness stated he used to run fiO.-oon head of sheep for 2 years, but sild out. They were a profitable invest mem. Tnero was not much competition lu'luji'ii buyers down in the south countr> If ihe ra l.wuy would cut out the dead freight of u train it would make belter time, und lliera would lie no necessity -to feed ut j Moose Juw. II,. bad go lie over to i the old coll.Illy with his cuttle Utul i seen tb u, huiiK alter killing in Uv-erpool, and the lieef Jiuiked tougli, : blink and spotiy half a.ter a continued attack, loiind the right place again, was the Inst one of live High lUoer made occasional spurts j The Score: but were unable to get in close while | S W.I & C Stafford and Dr. Stewart easily! I'ivss handled the long shots Carriages Coaches Automobiles PRINTED -And made to look like new. REASONABLE TERMS. This j tlw score in tin- fifth und winning ,1(IV ,,s , ,,.,,,.,. ,,.,.,, ,, (ll.st.nll,. gaimd to have cripphsl Kalr � brother and Pilmer. In the second half, the Ij'ufs o|hmi-od iIh* |>l/\y with some, brilliant work A goal was scored but was not grant ed by rpfeni' McKay, becuuse of a loul N'ot to l.e don >sl the locals put another through in snort order,which was allowed Another was disallow IIKN'KDICTrt VS. I!.\0HF.IX>KH 'Pllev hud all liiilinsl the effects of horse tracks or who-l tracks across their fiol.ds. The iri-ain mew Is-ttor had broader leaf, and better color The packing of the soil incrensisl The following married men dial- , capillnril v. iogiilal.il the amount of h'.ige any nine single men of the city nir in tl.e-.oil and led to inrronsod ton gniiH- of bnselmll ut !� o'clock ",,>l developmeii!. Living such vigor Monday afternoon ut the Athletic � the pl.mt .is l.d to enormous Park, the proctssls to go to Oalt yields. These fads long ago sot hint Hospital, admission |o cents, grand 'thinking about ,, machine t" ,,,, , m- .�,,(�.-i ed because of an off-side, l'he game 1M|l||jsJii(in |W of was nil Ijet'hbridge during this half anil it was only the hardest of luck that kept the game a tie. The teams: Tal*r-CJoul. lOustiium: Hacks. II. Brand, Thompson; half backs. It. Urond Wilson. Hnrwood; forward". Hire, long. Stephenson. Dnvies, Archer. I>'thbridgi>-(ioitl, SunuM'a bucks Firth, (Insin; half backs. Chiswick. FilUM'r. Wilson: forwards, McMillan, liurlier. Manser. Fairbrother, Fleming Kefon-e-K McKay. Lundbivck. IIASIOIIAI.I. KICVIIIW. cents will I tit,' soil His lirst .-II"iit vmis a inach-iis* with whii-ls uiih 1 inch lace inches apart Hut this failed, lik-the roller it oiilv packed t Is' sin-fins' did not eo deep i noiigh I'iuall.v Ihe sill soil packer wild lis r.-Volving inch i.iuare Im-.s, ihal with iis uodgo like ncfion |h'iiel rales llii' soil, pressing il together to III,- bottom ifllie plow.uu was thoii^lci out Tllen- is a Hide ilillelellie bol Wis'll en throiieh. us�sl to cultivate acorn fh-ld gave a farmer li" bushels per aciv. while his ii'igtibors hud nothing \ir was just as necessary in .ho si il as moist me tint a txikod lii\-p.ickjer shut it out That was why Acme Harrow had advantage over others it went ilei'por. cut hard layer. An orchard lad Ix-eit saved in Kansas by do-p double disking, when tho k-aves had Is'gun to turn vollow The ei-fed was so i 11 > I in �' I in i �- that the first hall disked 1, week before the other led visitors knowing nothing of tn'ut tin-in to i | 11 ii - u In tb.. leaves were so inn. Il givoucr ll.iclerla will not develop ill Soil unless there is both charged The total procissls to go to the Cult Hospital Kv cry one turn out to see the game "' sinniii.-r fallowing ami suiiunor I il,l ing 111" water. STANDI Nil. Played WoU). Lost. M'llic.ne Hat . 17 U Kdmoiiton v. 21 II 10 U'thbridge .21 10 II Culgury ...... 211 � 17 IVC. .It." I As usiiall.v folloueil ihe lirst iihsms allowing III.- vi".|\s to grow up. then plowin.- Ils'iu iloun leaving id,. sin lai-e rough. till time permits the harrou ing. Sin.....er tilling, ,,ii the other hand, means double-disking, al-vva.vs overliipi'lug t.....like the disk .-,S;i cut boili uii.vs. i-.irl.v in the spring. lethbriilge is still doing a few stunts at the |iercentage ruising business. After taking two out of three1 lvi}l|1.(lj,r NlH |u;iss which opened yesterday afternoon in from the leaders in lA'thbriilgw, the boys went down lo the Hut to fight it out there. Thursday's game went to the Mad Hatters by a scoiv of 'X-nil. with Schurch pitching. Ilis wildness had a good deal to do with the result. On Friday, however, with Kippcrt 117 tlnn plowing hist In r11KK r c a itx i v ai. iii "ITi;11 than' ADVKKTISF.D. (Poeiiti'Mo (Idaho-) Tribune ) 1 ik'tter than advertised is tlie pop,;- u lilaze of glory for three days of jol lit.v in the die City under the ui>s-piecs ol the local aerie of Idigles. The | tents are pitch'sl on iho jthort line phi/4i. south of the Harrison avenue J parks. l>,'s|>ite the ruin ilf yestcivluy every er. prevents evaporation, and keeps the ground lino and loose on top. Land shuiil'l never be plowisl unless it is iii.h-i enough to tiroak up line Showing the power of wo-ds to rob soil of moist tii-.'. told siory of renter who double disked right after harvest, then began lo plow around . ...i ...... ^ --. fj,.j,| I,,,, w|,., ,,i,|v narrow strip in the box opposing Uurrett. whom j t,Ilt wus fi,IH, ,, tlli. |H.r - ^ ^ (oiinis, and his .son A. tl. are starling nil undertaking establishment in Tulier. Phe Fiw Press is advocating a hospital for Tabor. Itev |l Jones, former curate of SI. August iii's. I.clhhridge. has lieeu Lppointecl to take charge of the mission at Tuber. The new church und parsonage are now U'ing pusbisl for-wuiil rapidly and Mr. .)� ih-s will soon take up his residence with us. lie will receive a cordial wel/'onu.' from all. The new church has b,s>n numiil St. Theodore. . The vote o.i the bylaw to r.iis.' $2..*. __________._____ !th� Itov. C. H Huestis. in a (arewell aermon, practically vicciuivsi that Edmonton was putting itself up so much that it was likely to butt ut any minute. The sad death of A. M Mordeu. J.P., of Pinche.- Creek, will be learned with regret by his host of uc nualnlances in I-otlihridge Probably no man was better known in Southern Alberta than air. Moihh-u. With his family ho came to this country in the earby days when the white settlers vera very few. He occupied a prominent place from the bog-inn ��*� This- week brings to u close the public and high schools of the prov-inos. Holidayiog is now the order tor both teachers ami pupils. For -hi next six wveks books and tasks will be eschewod. All thought of lesson* will be lurled with the kuivi fuith and hope of an inglorious resurrect -ion six weeks hence. And why should school tv-cnni-memw in the middle of August? It iu Mid that the holidays nre granted in duly and August to avoid the lumt of the summer. Rut -the ex|s>ri�nce of many years is evidence that the -latter end of August is as hot as the Mi KF.HATF.S OX a It A- I I p I. Siiisiuitli general iiiunugei of AtU'itu I tail way and Irrigution Com-|muy. said tlie Company iiud no slock curs und that all curs going through were C P It. curs. The rule per car he suhi from Curds-ton to U'thbridge is 821 Ut for ltd miles. Mr. Nolan s-inted that oiiu uuinwas usked -b 'If* l�'l- cur and ik'Cided to ship on to Ounloii Iroiisiik's of Winnipeg who lie said got him u rate of $15 odd Air. NaiHiuith said there is no Uillereu.e in rates to any per hon, und they ulluw no rebates. Mr Nolan said that Hold Smith hud u complaint ugninst Mr. Sai-s-lidth's rotid. He coubl not get u stock car. but was given u box car and cattle looked as thougti they had cuuiii out of a Turkish bath after, it ilhouih trip. The witness stutasl that Ihe tivat-nieiit given the cuttle from Ituyinoud to t-uchhridgu was as good as It was possible to give thoin ami tluiy vero Imndlitd us well us tlie passengers. Mr. N'ulnn heiv s-tatisl that his road had no monopoly on this fea-lure. had U'eo playing ut tla- Cupitul, where the legislators kept up their winning strenk, itefeullng the llron-chos on Thursday by H-1. On Sat-tirduy, u double header was played, Culgary taking tls� first and the s�?c-ond resulting in u tie It rained on Friday. one Is now. Iho two attractions that uro speciu) pride of the uiiinngt'ineiit are the ore ring cirils and Dixieland. The others are al'. good, but these are live bright pacllculnr stars. In the tilg circus the crowds lire enler-Miik'd fir ovtr un hour with a reu'.ly bad Im'oii sav,sl on the outside strip, ihe! ''�'i'tililV the speaker cliiimes Wusiiot a thing thai exists in the soil, but a condition that is develo|Hsl in the soil during the season by chemical action, and that ,s in djreel proportion to the extent and seasonable -ness of 1-he cult iv ut ion to which it A new post oillcn has bci�n opened up at 1'ioundary Creek. Tlie service is from Cnrdst6n. magnificent perfonnoiue, s, me of the:,,,,h Uvn subiectod To prove this he stars being M to la mi' Wanda and her I '"s'""cis| afield in Kansas which liuuveloiisly .rai.i.sl conch dogs; .he though prev iousu thought iinf,.rtil... MciKtnielu brcthers, in their comical \ W"N siibtecteii ., sumuii-r tilhigeaiKl "There are complaints from quite a 'ft�'iobtitlc and trick house stunts. i ,,">l since been treated nee,,Ming to numlier of the leudingnsive one Ho had tioiv 2 moll ami eight horses working a 2C,o acre furiu. while a smaller id ice opel'llttsl a 2-11' aciv I.inn. siimiiior Idling .10 acres each s,.iison the balame lieing in grain Canning was becoming n science. i close at 12 midday of July II, l'.H>7. Propositions to 4mour iu conlunction with the pro -position that would in any way identify the coui|�etitor to the judges Said propositions to bo enclosed in white ,..ivelo|m'k, to the outside of which is to lie pinned n slip of paper bearing the niiiiio and addivss of the coni|s'titor. the whole In Is- enclosed under another cover, which rover is lo ls> addressed to .1. I F.AKIX. Secy. 2.1.000 Club, dills' 2.1. 11)07. l.elhbridge. 27 ing disorganized by the departuie for Canada of many of their l*'st piny -ers. This is u very curious griev -unce. but it was exactly what might huve heen ex|s>cted- The proL-ss onal fix>t1>all player is usually a young man of enterprise and energy, as well us of splendid phy�lnu�-Jiist tltoiype of man to succee(l in a new country. a humorist suggests an cX|*ii(l s'"' w"s " l,anl l;l>''r AlUirtu is now, ul work on bridges t,mt ""'"'"''"v l""venled the water dancing- of , high 'order Nat Keiss" shows this your uru better than they ever were'before, and I'ocatello is fortimute in huving two more days of fun ami general g:ilel>. -)- HimHiKS IIUII.UlNtl. in U>lhbrhlge electoral district. He is building one iti Township oigtjt, llu-nge tweirty. oiui in Township eight rang�� uint'teen, mid one on the Ma-grii'th I toad ..ear I'rovo. DtlMINIHV HAY HATHS. Account -Dominion Day. .luly 1st, the Canadian Pacific Hallway. Company announce a cute ol a fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale June 28>th to July 1st inclus ive, good to return until July 8rd. TF..VDKKS. Temlers. marked on tli,. envelope. Tenders for Dwellings," will lie in- DOOM III ll.t. from |>eiiel nil ing the soil, or that which' was iu mini gelling out to I iis I the plum. Thai field Was i-ul tivat.-dto break this layer and *in< then hs yields have liven away ahead oi (lie neighboring fields. Ikiking oil her on the surface or just In-low the soil mulch (the b use soil on lop) must be prevented. �\ Xebiiiskn field ' now mi I heir way down the thv hall sowed to corn before a dash- J from the Kooteiia.v hikes. As Ing rain, yielded 111 bushels, Hi That was the reason for its present ' ceivod by the undersigned up lo d popularity Men in every walk of o'clock. P.M., on Friday the 5th day life wore looking forward to the timo ,,f July next for the eivctiou of two when they could ret lie to the furin. frame dwellings, separately or for Scientific fariiijiig would bring nlllhe both, on the Pelgan Indian Keservii comforls and conveniences of the ,nM| near Hrocket. . city hoiiu' to the fulfil. j Contractors to furnish all the The Allertu Department of Agri- imiti'rial necessary. The work is to culture is n wide-aviike one, and has be romph.ied within about loo days scorsl niiothor triumph by getting after notification hns lss.�n given Iha-t Mr. I oin|.1.11 for its early suminer ^ the 'tender has been accepted. Plans and siwcificntinns may be seen at the Dominion I .amis (Mikes at Plnchei- Creek ami Uith-hridge and at the Advance newspaper olllce at Muclcod. 'Phe lowest or any tender not iicces snrily accepled. .1 A. MAIIKLI5. Inspector of Indian Agencies. Oleichen, P.O. 37-1 lllsl it lltes The boom built ncross the Helly llher above the piimphouse, by II. P. li'aiison the Kooteiiiiy luiulsMMiinn liar hivn coinploleil. The logs are river sooti us the mill is erected the merry whirr purt sown after innde !IS, the eiiuso, of the circular saw w II be heard cultivation broke up the hard layer, j while JVthbridge lumber is being Three plunks with wira spikes driv-1 made. FOH SAIJ^-A huudsoma secretary IA snap for quick sale. Apply The Herald office.