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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THS COMING CITY OF THE Wallwork Addi price with Look this Two Good Buys Buy before the will handle two choice water and in best resi dential WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR FIRE INSURHNCE K Money to Loan on Farm Lethbridge Rents Realty Co OTT BLOCK Growing Trees grown in two It is absurd to suppose that trees Trill thrive in i n or where a cereal crop is grown OR lU6 around As a cereal or grass editor and man of the Lethbridge is to crop will take from 150 to tons the provincial It By D W of moisture per there isa poor j not yct announced who he will chance for the in charge of his but it j from an Many formers are det erred For rapi attempting to grow trees on prameby belier that it is and tedious rowth the poplars and j wiu bc impossible for him to find a j The j to handle the TIerald than My mostexcellent choice for librarian The greatcompli ment to aman who has lived in that province only little more than a and results of Buchanans york in the future will stand as a monument to the good judgment of the Alberta govern grow trees Bhade and a sufficient shelter Cottonwood is a rapid j grower but is a thin and rather poor It thrives best on re for i editor pro prietor of the Lethbridge Herald is relinquishing newspaper hav sold by eastern and southern ms acceplfKj the post 01 provincial ies are of no value in our prairie Buchanan is one of Care should thp stroilgestt mOst aggressive news paper men in and has hold responsible positions of management in Toronto and H t r lr ad monev grow ST jTfrot hS some others procure cpecies that have been intVrrmethat Of the godcn willow not nnie n mis Dim of which is useful n6Uon be the beautifying of the homo clircctor Of the Thomas Journal size that will give good shelter or the providing of trees add He wju do splemlid work in h5s new tmn two H is true that to the actual cash o a Dccr Tome are of very slow Pmf Gcccn a but there are others which are of onc to U rv rapid Some of the latter Per year 01 its age will produce a good shelter belt havefrequently been placed upon trees Ccient to give good protection to the thc courts they have been fruit or vegetable in two cut or to allow 01 the con and in a year or two more struction of street tele will make good shade or avenuctrccs lillcsctc ln munv cases 500 A great deal depends of course upon to 5300 per tree has been allowed thP cultivation If the trees trecicut down in thus The are planted in sod they are not a tree depends to a consul ly to ever come to It is able extent upon its location and not neoessarV that the soil should be the care it has Onc 01 the very for securing a rapidgrowth frequent mistakes made by the in some like the is to crowd thc Russian poplars will do well on quite closely around their thus or gravelly Good causing more The location 01 is the troos Should therefore The land should be plowed and if the ad the fall before and itshould vice of an exneneneed andscapeman v i S when he was managing William propric ar of the Lethbridge ITcml has appointed Provincial Librarian of Buchanan has edit ed The Lethbridge Herald for a and has made it onc of thc brightest and newsiest weeklies in thc Prov of Ife received his ear For three city editor of The To and for three years managing director of thc lie is regarded os thoroughly well qualified to under library system of the Alberta Gov be free from If new it should brought thoroughly under cultivation before New land may be prepared for planting trees in one season by thc following meth Break as early in spring as pbs shoull be before planting is HERUEUT LEON Beyong a Herbert Leon Cope later disk in the is the best that ever came disc well after this His humor was so in We wore mightily to that the Alerta government has recognized the ability of our former partner in tho publication of the Lethbridge by appointing him provincial librar Perhaps there is not a man m that proxincc more peculiarly fitted then as dee as possible in the fcctious that his audience in Wesley for that position than Buchanan fall and lot stand until HarChurch on Saturday night were goHe possesses a fine literary row down in the spring before planting right with him in no When Hehas excellent judgment coupled As a it is advishe talked straight his hearers were with strong executive and for to take at least one crop off all and when he was funny a position of that kind in a new WESLEY CHURCH More members were received into Wesley Church List Sabbath evening than constituted its entire member ship four years Sixty persons formed three be fore the communion and took upon themselves the solemn vows of Church It was an im pressive There were fathers and mothers had As for me and ray house we will serve the In many cases sons and daughters stood with Jn one instance an entire family stood There were young mon and in the very prime of life were dedicating them selves to There were young er from twelve to fifteen years of who were graduating from the Sabbath School into church It was a scene long to be Hughson read the beautiful reception Four representing the dif ferent departments of church assisted the pastor in giving to the new members the right hand of fel Herbert Leon the celebrated lecturer gave an ap propriate The service closed with the doxology which was sung with deep Thc auditorium was packed to the lec ture room and gallery having be brought to accommodate the large Another recep tion service will be held on Easter IN THE CHOICE SELECTED LANDS RQp DISTRICT We Have Exclusive Sale of the Choicest Lands In Township Bange 18 Township Range and a large selection of the best lands in adjacent We contemplate opening several local branch offices in Southern Alberta early the coming but at present all our business will be conducted from our General Offices at The RUSH THIS SPRING will be tbs greatest known in the history of Canada and we aciviee intending purchasers to COME NOW and make yonr selections BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOUR OPPORTUNITY RNO General Agent new ground before planting to ja vinegar bottle would he possesses tlmt which is Cultivation after planting is tho Cope has a sincerity and an earnest more yuluablc thnn all thc thc next important This consists ness that demand respect and nttcn know the In continuous surface cultivation arlion and that place him above the proper appreciation of the part of the This is best things of Copes lecturcwas he and the condi oun7 the If trees are planted level of the ordinary He abhors a in the space between the rows j urged people to wear the smile that j Buchanan has no should bo kept continuously wont come off because it is His oyes are ever on the by shallow cultivation everylive of true happiness which can be not iin the ten days during thc spring and early attained only by having thc rcnl never would sec a dime in the iUHt at but he would easily discern a dollar four blocks has al ways been his Not today and rest but n forward movement all the He made the Lothbridge a new one best known in vlKprov incc within twelve lie has made friends of every mnn he bybis and his everyday life of fairness and honesty The Alberta government hns made n done with a onehorse If certainly up to thc a windbreak or shelter belt is the trees may be I On Sunday night after the rccep to 4 feet apart each Thisition hc gave a most serious leaves space to run between the rovs address on The SelfMade with a single horse and dealing with the fact that men who cultivation should be kept up aslongare failures in life arc self made fail is possible to get a horse ures and not mere creatures of fpr r the j tune and Tlis imperson i beleft to Giv ation of the felon in solitary confine kind of cultivation a thicknwnt and the dying cowboy was through the may belt of 8 to 12 feet way bevery DOMINION March Frank Oliver in moving the second reading of his Dominion bill in tho House o Commons made ibe following important an The government is fully convinced of the propriety of giving the Northwest nn additional railway outlet by way of Bay at the earliest possible Th government believes that with the incTChse in production of the west now in such an additional outlet will be urgently needed as soon as a can be even it Were commenced at At some tiiac it realizes that pub lic opinion throughout Canada cotfd scarcely be expected at the moment view of the great obligations al ready incurred by connection with railway to sanction the obligation that would incurred by providing immediately for the construction of a railway to Iron Castings and M Structural Steel Sashweigfats Bdstft Metal 1 COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED Hudsons unless special provision were to meet that It that there will be objection from any quar ter if the funds accruing from the dispose of preemptions in three prairip under the terms of proposed land bill shall be considered provision in place of land stated in tonieet tto upon credit of the Dominion as n that must be assumed at an early if not im if a railway is to be in Hudsons Bay timeto meet thc urgent need that is now in j plain for an additional and shorter railway route from the prair Oliver esplnincd the different of thc bill yhich have I ready appeared in the He said thatMhe arrived for the disposition of oM num bered seeing that gov ernment had abandoned the old Con servative policy of making land grants to When dealing with this important question he con sidered that the was opportune for making a general revision of the Dominion bringing it to The provisions Mil have given tht Herald riiiisn ;