Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME IX. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1910 NUMBKH 170 Al Least One Hole! Here Will Close Up Fight For 2 Per Cent. Beer Tomorrow is .Inly Hie Thirst the thirsty First, and ttvery bar-room in every hotel in the city will be closed u ji tight, shutters drawn and double Big Stampede Line Streets and Go to Big Day Tomorrow "Who-o-opee! Yip! It sounded like the days of '85 on (he streets of Letlibrfdge- at noon to- big Stampede parade What The New Act Means VLe o TU. strokes tonight. This Is a rush day .the big i wo days' frontier event eoiu- men red at .1.30 this afternoon. Headed "'I .of packing lioine a mvsterious in tho.r varicolored ga.-bonilii.K ear Then if they Janti next four new schools that aie to be built year and the crop is so full of weeds (in the next vpdr are in op- it has to be cut to get rid of them; the (oration the. education thus given will farmer will have no one to blame but himself.- This rule can be followed [111 other where a farmer has a [good- ntand of grain but badly.weed FANA1IC; PLEAD noon. He has been east purclnsmg' infested Allow him to get tho crop, full-blooded Shorthorns for his own fimn and has 55 on the. way, which he declares are worth almost their weight in gold at present prices. The minis ter did not mince words in talking to] the inspectors about the" enforcement of the act. The majority of -farmers will make an honest effort to eradi- cate their weeds; a few will not; and the latter must be taught that the -law is there lo he obeyed. "Let your work be so well done that in a few years Alberta will be- come known throughout Canada as the model farming province of the Do- said Mr, Marshal! in con- gratulating the inspection force on thp good results that have been accom- plished In the past couple of years Alberta is making a fine stand against the pest, he' said, and though be could hope to a weedless pro- vince, .he hoped the time would eomo when tho weeds could bo.aald to be but warn him that the weeds must be desUojed the next year. This plan can often be followed with good re- sults 4 Education Best Plan Hon. Mr. Marshall also dwelt at some longth on the plan that will fight the wesds in the future. The weed inspectors must educate the farmer on the various weeds and me. thods ot eradication. When the farm- be still further help in the fight. The battle against noxious weeds in the next fhe jcais is to be confined more particularly: to. Southern Alberta, said the minister. ''In the north, the j problem is not nearly, so pressing and most of the 'money and effort will be spent In the south hereaftei Instructing 'Farmers rimrstifu s sessions found the in-1 papers in the tuuntu, makes a dnect sectors getting down to UK business ,ea fop fo, Sir nogfl, Case of Knowing weeds and learning the approved methods of eradication. Pro-lment- Emitting that no othoi lessor Stephens in the moining talked on 'summerfallon He .belter belts on the fi Newspapers of Sir Roger Would Com- plicate lush Situation London, June Manchester Guardian, one'of the most influential sentence but death couid Jiavo 'oeeu advocated (pronounced bv thp rouit the Guaidlnn fnp 'iijejsays: was a fanatic and bnelter belts on me laim ror me i enemy of summertollow is which !ms cnmes those ot many other -iraiwosflneh worked land soil to blow. are free from the taint of July wheat October wheat July oats July flax 11134 107% 158% In the south on laud that has lost 'most of its fibrous. Element in long tillage, blowing must be guarded against and farmers are afraid to till en much as might be necossaiy to keep High Low sordiclness and meanness The deith penalty will do nothing to. kill such dreams as his. Rather if will give them life.' For the sake of the new Ireland summerfaliow good and clean. Ridg- which we hope, to see it Is a move ing the land helps as will also the sowing of a little rape on the summer- Callow and pasturing with sh in the end it is better to rota ment for clemoncj Indirect foi mercy are made bj other papers on heep. But j the ground that the execution of Case tate crops ment would not assist In settling Ihe Estate Totals Gifts to Officers of Per- sonal Staff London, June will of Fiel Marshall Earl Kitchener, the 'Brills secretary of-war, who lost bis life i the sinking of the Hampshire oft th Orkneys June 5th, was admitted t probate today. It shows that he lef an estate valued at mately The largest bequests were the .sm of to his- .nephew, 1-Ie.iir Hamilton Kitchener, and the Broom Park estate, .and ail lands in Ken county to his nephew. Commands Henry Franklin Chevalier .Kitchenei of the royal son tiie new Ear The will makes a number of smallei bequests to leldtives and friends, in chiding each to several officer who on Loid Kitcueuei's per sonal staff Amoiif, these were Gen. Sir R Birdwood To Coinhel Oswald A G Fitzgerald, Lord Kltche ner's yoisonal mihtarj secretarv, wh was drowned wilh the Field Marshal was willed all British East Africa amounting t about 5000 acres with plantations, eu; Svords of honor, plate anil gifti from public bodies, are devolves as heirlooms m settled estates TH will was dated November 2, 1914 ON PAGE EIGHT) j Irish problem IMPERIAL n George Foster was received fc King George and sworn fti imperial councillor.