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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta V X LETHBRIDGE HERALD EJter u4 SUBSCRIPTION year a year ADVERTISING Month Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW Children1 do aofc to school in any great iiuuibeft bttfore September first und what Httlt work is accomplished tuust x gone over again so as to give the for tunate latecomers an even start for the years Anil what of the teachers Few hot poorly ventilat ed visions of holiday that might have knowledge that work dono must be these are the foatutvs of the returning teachers outlook on the third Mon day of The provincial department of edu cation states that the school year shall include two humliud and ten teaching Should schoolboanl decide to extend vtication to September some The evidence derived at the ions of the 13eef Commission the commassionery are gettipg very close to matters that are of vit al Interest to the live stock yuan nod in the The evi dence io far seems to leave no soubt as to their being a beef the Ijeneral testimony being that no competition vhatever among the grant be It is whctlior the loss of revenue 1 DEFEATS lUGH litaving figured up that their defeat of Medicine Iku last uwk gave them license to give the Loth bridge bunch a nin for their the High liiv cr stalwarts came down in thir to meet the locals on Tues It was a quarter to seven before clubaV Will th ccriiw we shall have to solid over to OaUada for mon to help to beat tluglund in the Intorniitibttai The of bid international players in the Albcrtu clubs seems to be a justification for the complaint registered by the corres potxleiit to There are several international men1 in Tub other Albertu that as as export cattle are concerned there is in reul Uyoniy one There is little but what there is an agreement between the shippers and the railways to give the small shippers the of it and make it for them to continue Better better better ami attention by railway given monopolists to the detri tocDt of the interests of tta It remains to be seen whether Uw Large dealers and the railway com panics can this of things satisfactorily to the If the facts are as the evidence ut present indicates will be ihe duty of the government to take xwasures to relieve the small stockmen and the The railwaydiscnhi motion will under the attent ion of the railway while the general belief of the witnesses heard is that the government will have to take a hand in the beef The evident sincerity and thorough nessof the investigation oC commissioners betokens an intention the Alberta and governments to gvt all flic facts of the cose ami to act upon its If it is necessary Tor the government to enter into com petition with the monopolists in or der that the of the pubSic will be the pecple have have confidence that it will do In the the public are read ing with interest and concern tience that is being gathered taa various sessions of the sufficient reason for opening school under such unfavorable circumstances 7a other the tovui und city schools have two months vaca tion and why not our city schools had several years of ex per ience in this lino and knowing sonve what whereof he the inic of the Lethbrtdge sub mits tlve question to the local school board for their serious Miss leathering of the staff of the tjdmonton has con tributed to that paper some except ionally racy und clever articles on recent roundup in this Sifti gave a stirring and truthful pic tureof the life of the cowboy ami the contributions are well worth pre The day of the good old cowboy is near an ml in this prov inceon account of the rapid farm ing development that is proceeding throughout the The people part with these picturesque and characters with regret but not more so than the boys will forsake tlie free and bracing life as riders oil the plains of Jack Stanley of Calgury who was asked by the teams to of called the boys The teams lined up as follows High River Lethbridge Watt goal Stafford Nelson Stewart Stanley cover point Stewart Oilchrist Limcges aylor The Chinook ball team again tief the North On Monday night at the ball they de feated the fellows from across the track by Soil CuUnrcV Soil cuHivittioit but quite ns important is the condition of the sail at the time of cultivation and the king implements you use the un derlying in the most in teivsting talk yiven by Camp bell at the Institute Tues LKTHIUtllXiti AT Tjw is i lay ing fast Mt On the 1st defence McCoy uinett paiherstone Knight and Niismith At Mondays session of the Be at among witnesses were Raymond Kright Raymond mid Naismith Raymond of Raymoi sakl IK went into the pluvious win ter with head and head to H Mnllin of Winnipeg They were export cow and He shipped Leth ami had no trouble tars until the when 2nd defence 5rd defence centre 3rdhome 2nd 1st l1 representatives of the south man IVivies Scott SUeith Winkler aging to pass their bill by The Kilmonton bunrh braced uji on Tuesday and hold our piMjnatit iaugh 1st home KDonald outside lilross insUte The first game lasted rinutes and was evenly contested al hough tlic at timesresembled poor grade of High Hiver early once but finally Wink er got the out of a scrimmage and pussfd la the 2nd half four minutes of eceived u pass from beJiiad Uie net It took only a ners down lo a teninnings each side making two sx and two The game fast and McMiillcu llodicino Hut took the first two games Calgary in easy U looks as if the Calgary btiach were outclassed ns they very mrely show those streaks of hrilliancythat or Winkler to pass to Gow who julged The fourth gane aw some iast work but finally after i hot tussle in front of the goal Skeith Tirive 5 After the owning of the third PHMSS WINS In a game replete with sensational features chiefly of the negative or tier the members of the Iress out their vgaiiM with the combined orces of the North West Jobbing mid and the ter High Hivee forced matters UU to 10 avail as in and a hull a continued Gcw ouivd the right place This was the last one of the game High Kioer made occasional spurts hut were unable to get in close while Stafford and Stewart easily handled the long TABEK SPRINGS A Last Thursday evening the Taber football clubnearly took a Fall out of the Maple first Vice president of tho Agricultural Society occupied the and called upon Goo Ilurcosri Deputy of or Alberta to address the flarcourt said that his alum lion had first liivn called to import anceof culture in the dry s ju nior of when in wheiv he was then living they had no rain from the lime the snow went ivray liH Some farmers raised while their neighbors only raised and the ivernge for prcvjnce was nine concludtsl then that the reason was that some furaters hail iroperly sumnKrfallowed their fields the year lnfore conserving moisture sufficient to supply the the season of Later evper had confirmed this arid it was with great pleasure he CnmplKkll who for twentyfive years hud been experi minting on soil He w assure that the directions as to tho proper cultivation of tho soil for the con servation ofmoisture would Ie worth much money to all the farmers of Soullvern indeed to those of the whole In his opening remarks Camp bell said he wished to correct an er ror that his topic Dry grow plan THE TRUSTS i GUARANTEE LIIITED t Head Toronto Capital and Authorized 16 net Appointed by the Alberta Government ag Public AUiuiuietrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Taruer William 711 First Street Weat Alexander Corner might Hoicould not crops without hut bis Bay splashers allowed was lo to their opponents rope for four innings lo llso it ahe timo to Scientific soil cnl to describe Carriages Coaches Automobiles PRINTED made to look like REASONABLE and then shut down on vieing the score in the fifth und winning out in the The Score 410100ttL llwy ihoise tracks or wheol tracks then tnre wns lietter his They had all across The grain better Iliad broader better The packing of the soil increased BENEDICTS The married men chal regu luted the amount of any nine single mini of the city in the and led to incrciiswl lengt a W14 SIGN PAINTER ADVERTISER game of bftscball at ti oclock Monday afternoon ut the Athletic the proceeds to go to Gait Paber niade its onlv score bv a pret admission JO grand tv nuiV nt rnmhuiAt icvn I litrAifi ty piece of The locals did not show up injuriest receiv ed to have crippleil Fair brother and In the second tlie open ed the piny with sonxi brilliant work A goal was scored hut was not grant 10 catcher Gall i jiitcher ISL base liarli i0ot such vigor to the plant is led to enormous Thesefacts long ago set him thin king about u machine to pack tlve His first effort ujis n mach ine witli whtels with inch face f s Hut this like the roller it only go lieep Finally the packer with ILS revolving appointment of Muwburn as a memiber of ttie first Provincial Board of Health for Alberta is a to the high standing pf thj doctor tin the inetHcal profession of this We tiuestion whether medical man in is bet known and more generally ivrog niTeti as a skilful physicitin and sur geon than if all the of ili new board are of the same the health of this province will le well Craixl Maeter of tho Or ADgemen gr oa ns abo Si Wilfrid Laurier making a call en the in ami the Calgary News wonders whether Sproule would vfew walls of Derry were ho in Jrt matter what alic decision of tho court may be in Kmrncrson case the former Minister of Public Works might as weil content himself with the fact that his return to public life in a cabinet position at least is an el bv reieree because ot a cars were ordered iiad to hold be den the locals put head tor a month waiting lor cauwing consuleifible The Knight Sugar had ordered the The only explanation giv en was that tliey rlid nothave The best run to Winnipeg he had with cattle was in H8 hours but the judge says tho reference to HHJ conduct of by A Fnwtericton paper were ofpublic Anything in Avhich there is little spicy gossip is migh ty interesting to the ft is devoured as eagerly as peanuts an etephant by a by in a fs practically declare that Edmonton was puffing itself up so nuch it was likely tobust at time went ns high as 78 The delay wns carelessness of the railway hnnrls and the waiting for passenger trains to The allow thnemen with a train and unless going to extra expense ing more it does not pay to insiected the cattle at Knight does not Lhink brand any good at this Some of the cattle were sent out in other shipments and he believes it a great benefit to have inspectors in If a man wanted to le witness he could at ship other peoples cattle if he ed his cattle on Ivect pulp from the sugar so Witness stated he run 000 head of sheep for 2 but scld They were a profitable in Tnere was not much competition lictwjeen buyers down in the south If ralway would cut out the dead freight tf a train it would nuike better and would IKJ no necessity to feed He hod gone oven to the old country with his cattle und seen hung after killing in Liv nnd the black and NO Naisinith jnanager o Alberta Railway ami Irrigation Com sad death of PinchPr will be learn ed with regret by his host of ac in Probably no man was better known in South ern Alberta than With his family he came to this country in the days when the white settlers vervj very He a prominent place from the becinn brings to a close tlv public and high schools of the prov Holidaying is now order for both teachers ami For nexb six weeks hooks and tnska ill be AH thought of lessons will be ruried with the sure fnith ami hope of an inglorious jon six Ahd why should school jvcom in the middle of August It is that the holidays nre grantwl in ATX August to avoid the of the of raAMy yjars is evVdonce that the end of August is as hot as the stock the Company had n rars nml that nil car going through were rate per car he sawl from Cardston to Uthbriilge is for 06 milps Xolrtn stated tlmt one manwa rar and decidtid t ship on to Gordon of Win nipcg who he said got him a rate o Naismith said ther is no difference in rates to any per and they allow no Nolan said that Smit had ii complaint against Nais miths not get stock Imi was given a box ca snd cattle looked ns though the had co nu i of a Turkish Imth a a 6hours staRsl that the treat mont given the cattle from Rayinon to Lollibrklgnj was as good as it W possible to give them ami they vv Smndled as well as the Air Nolan hew slated that hi roatl luro notherthrough in as Another was disallow of an The gaiiK as ail Lethhrklge during this half nl rt was only the hardest of luck kept the game a The teams Ivastman Thompson half Harwood Ar Ixicks left field centre field right field The A railway boys are to play the on Friday at on the Athletic Grounds An admission fee of ten cents will le The total proceeds to to Everyone turn out to see the Green half Wilson Fleming IJASKBALL Ixithbridge is still doing few tunts at the percentage raising busi Aftcr takingtwo out of three roni the ealers in the oys went down to the Hat to fight t out Thursdays game went to the Mad latters by a score of with Schurch Ills wildncss t good leal to do with the On with Kippert n the box opposing whom he Flat pickeI xp his release iy lads straight Medicine Hat 17 Edmonton 1t Ixthbridge TO Culifttry 9 14 17 inch square like ticfitui rliatwUh ks wed t rates the ing it together to the cfthi itowintc thoiiglR Theie is a wide difference between fallowing ami summertiljing As usually followed the first moans allowing the wodxs to grow then tlvetn down leaving th tilltime permits fhe Summer on the other means al ways overlapping to make tho disk cut lxth ways early in the plowing just IxLfcre sunvmerrains en used to cultivate a corn fieldgave a farmer bO bushels while his neighbors had noth Air was just as necessary 5n the as moisture but a baked lay er shut That was why Acmy Harrow had advantage over others it went cut hard An orchard been saved in Kansas by double when theloaves had begun toturn The ef fect immediate that the first Iwli disked a week before the other visitors knowing nothing of treat iueutto iiniuin thc so nmrh will not develop in soil unless there is both air In answer to questions asked the Camplxjll should plow six or seven inches they used packer nnd harrow plow Grain fieldsought to be diskml right STUKRT CARiViVAL UKTTER Idaho liet ter than advertised lar of the people of Pocutello iegariiing Nat big carnival which yesterday aftenioon iii a of glory for three days of jol lity in the Oate CFty under the ims pices of the locnl aerie of The tents are pitched the line south of theHarrison avenue Despite the rain of yesterday ever tent was filled nt the opening per ami the biij crovxls went home All of the attractions finning down soil with packer iiglvt after A msln wiLh one tcnin hHch ori 1efnre noon iimt night nnd paekwhiit he had plowed Tficrr frc vitli n harrow whh knife ihe acme for com mon harrow imt cut ikvp en j Tins kind of till ing saves all the proven ts evapbia anil keeps the ground fine arwl loose on top Land should novtMhe unless it is enough to break up Showing the power of weeds to rob soil of told story of renter who double disked right after mutters out hy takinK the long There an nd of a hifiter Ihe nine to the Mat Hatters rescue on closing the series even Puring this time the teams had been playing at tin where the Legislators kept up their winning defeating the llroti chos on Thursday ly JktSnt a header was Calgary taking first and the sec ond resulting in a It rainid on I NrT Nr TT O X PI Y E R A correspoTHlenfto Canada says Ther are complaints from quite a numler of leading Scottish foot players that their teams ane be ing departure for Canada many of lesft play This is a curious griov hut it wns exactly what might have leen Theprofoss onal footlxill player is usually a young nvan of enterprise as well freaks or Jolly Nat the carnival king of west is in personal of the andhe has instilled so many of ihe ideas the that every one is Jhe two ihe special are the orering Tho others are but these the bright particuhvr in the big circus tincrowds nre enter then plow around the but xvhon only narrow strip was done he was cnllcfl away and did net cniiiplftc the plowing for five Next season the strip that was plowed early gave an yield of r0 bushls while the centre guve onfy The weeds T T R A S PIHI NTf i From the Free plant The lirickiiuiking ins txvn purchased by a iKili man named who will ately start hrickmaking in Loomis ami his A tre starting an undertaking estab ishment in The Free Press is advocating a hos forinor curate of has Wen to take of the mis sion The new church and parsonage are now leing pnsliisl for waid rapidly nnd will soon take up his resilience with He will from receive a cordial Tho church has afler privately that this was but said tlie farmers must implement to do the A sharp disk run straight would do a lot of Sitbsoiliiigwns no indeed an iitjury for ma ny yea G nvi n might te with great advanttige after it Alfalfa grown at altitmle of Uihere veils wen CU2 foet with his method of It was disketl every spring and the yiold was from t to tons per lie liked a close Juried shoe drill as tinseed in in tlvi solid while a disk or hoe drill Ilio Sid in the loose earth Tlvncc germination did not bgin so irrigation farm woujd j find projer cultivation would enable himto do with of the This had the case in prairiisliould broken with turns to break to buy a Thought would pay u man three inches turned then named The vote on the bylaw to raise to build a new school en tlu north side of the track was luket tixlay and carried by a majority ci to Jlarbnr to Ijfthbridgis this morning to do some paintingfor I ones left Monday numiing for Lethliridgu he has several contracts for for over an hour with a renllv nad grown in centre and the soil of its whilv this jlind heon tn the outside Fertility the speaker claimes wusnot a thing that exists in the but n condition that is developed in the soil during the season by chvmical and that is in direct tion to and seasonably ness of cultivation to which it seme of thelms lKvn To provethis Al no monofmly on this fea A now post otfico has bvn up at Boundary The service is from ns of splendid of man to in n tiew A humorist suggests an export tax on nnl As a this is a rem edy it is ns us gxiins ly the ready Scotland is depleted of of her players by the high snl nries puid hy English If Can logins to take our ns they grow we as well give up the attempt to hold our own in wJiat is umloubt frdly our national Even now we cannot England without drawing on Scottish play ers who are employed by English finlil in Kansas which stars being Madame Wanda and her marveloitsly trained coach dogs The jn their comical acrobatic and trirk house In one is critertnined for fully forty minutes with singing ani fifllt successive crop of wheat andthe though wns subjected to nixl has since Iwn tnatrd ncconling to his It is now growing its of a high has not lien below lO bush Nrat shows this year arc betj ls IMr ter than they ever were and Pocatello is fortunate in having more general RRIDORS WoKly of the this year exception tlmush Kansas wheat will o light1 Aruvihor demonstra tion that had n shallow kr soil In a heavyclay subsoil strong Jy impivgnatrxl was consideiieil no good dry Kx aminnlion showed just brlow Tliin harrow with ordinary harrow ivjHnting harrowing after Would not disk unless grain was to Ire sown this a suitable forage crop for Soirtlnrn Alberta he thought Milo the Sorghum was His syNtom not nn Tie had now 2 and eight horses working a 2KO acre a smaller fony opernttxl R 210 aciv sumnior lilling 50 acres each sas ihe lying in SnO for first priwj and for sec ond prixe will ie midby the Club for the two lcst plans for ojl vertising campaigns in the greatest possible publicity for tin least cost to lo taken as the basis in awarding the the competition to close at 32 of Propositions to IKJ in writing on one side of paper ami if more than one page used to secure ly together at upper left jhawl No inark or nnjno to in conjunction with the pro poskioii that would in any way identify the comjotrtor to the judges Said propositions to yc enclosed white to the outside of whicli is to pinned u slip of pajer Jiearmg the nanw and of the tho whole to enclosed under another cover is to IHJ addressed to marked on e Farmmc was becoming a JTenors for will be That wns the reason for its present reived by the nmlersignwl up to Mn in every wolk of on Friday the 5th day that ernnviirt brhlge ImiKIerfor Souther tho AUfcrta is work on bridges in Lothbrklge electOsnl Tie is buihJing one in Township Tonge Township v nnd one on the gnvth Road near IAY AccountDominion July the Canadian PaciOo Com pany announce of a fam and onethird for tlie round Tickvls on sale June 2Sth to July 1st incUis good to return until July soil was a prevented thv watvr jwniMrat ing the or that which was in from gel t ing out to feed the Thai field was cul tivatetl u this layer owl sinro then its yields of the neighboring Tlaking eitlier on the surfam or just holow the soil mulch Ihe kose soil on top must he Nebraska field tho halfsowed to corn before o dash ing yielded I nnd nenr Contractors to furnish nil the life were looking forward to the lime of mjxt for the erection of txvo when they could retire to the frame separately or for Scientific vouId bring ollthe on the IVigan Indian comforts nnd conveniences of the city homo to the The AHwrln Departmont of Agri material Tlie work is to culture is a wideavnW ami has be compleiel within nlout TOO days another by Citing hftcr notificntion has lwn given for its esirly summer thtrlender has been Plans and specifications may lw seen the Dominion OfllctH nt Pincher and Ijethbrfrdpe ami at the Advance newspaper olTire The or any tender not neces Tho boom built across tho TWly ihe by Ilmison KorKenny lumlxjnnon har part sown after mad tht cultivation broke up the hard Three planks with spikes driv The logs are now on down the river from the Kootenay As soon as the nvill is erected the merry whirr of cinnlar saw w 11 ne heanl sanly Inspector of Indian G lei TOU handsonw secretary while IjKthbridge lumber is being A snap for quick Apply The I Herald ;