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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBIUDGF; DAILY HKKALD' y; November 1, Passing of Winter Wheat Soma of the Reafons Why This Crop is Hung Banished Farmers in tht> South i-vur tit M Allrfi'a. the i-bifi itidiuemrals jK-cisUx. it'-fli ic lr I- ier st hf afcd doabilf .is- fart aluaf. been iltf i. Catu.g kan s- sunny suutb. He fcneu Lr 'il.e most favorable conditions ind nslr.g ihe best n vvitmvsM con.pleit do 'lie rauv-s fur this passing o or.ix1 ihe ILLOM tavcrite Aiberla J-ie ,iU-S (f.ocaon Sevijt and 30J rears tbe New bas toe l of suppiucj 4 part KcadcKieis have become familiar mmiih yesterday, balled his steamer j with huge eagmee'ring feats iu con- Wednesday aljht. losing a jntctiou with their nattr supply, but iteatui-t Volturno' An rd. nuiil the ror.f ll these ami ihi-1- crop lus- tliOTuu Minted lhat it fan make for auRjf IPASOH which peisiits, m llybcrcuai, ur >-l'.at :s i. mouly Uown (ailed to deliver thr -eo-nds. The hict.esi of uiuiei wl leiorctii in tie south ISOfi, '-vlrfn il its popularity. Wool lord, ju-re on 1M acre i.ii-41. MiATe conditions bavr" bad suiuethiLg 10 tlr> -aith it, aUhoujh boih viator itioEi. JtiJ spring wheat possess a ion- i-Iibdiic adaptability Jl hit i driuonstrateiJ M' JirM-t exprcmieni.. or n if- ifcat winter wLfal :uay te vbansed to ,jon le-ry.' spring wheat .ind iprinfi rjtv aUapieJ to fall A ADAHTABLLITY A'I IMATK Maniiobi Ur.p experiment oa record consisted" ance in ihe sowiEg of winter in the' a large a spline. Out of oar huiidred pUuts, i0r :tt the ht-izUt of four aleug Tipenvd seeds. Va] of-nearly all the plants raisrd from 63 b-JsLels to 'he spriae wheji soiyn in tte (all, per- io this year, utdrr i tshetl froiu the cold, although -i few WINNIPEG TO VOTE ON TAXATION OF LAND VALUES to tbe OtfL tbe oity vouncll Iu fiiror of suboiitliDg lo the voters of Wiii in peg a reftreccum biiclie 011 th? frinciyle of taxa- >f land valu-os ouly aud that ask ruwer '.o subuur. leu, the pred mammoth scHetues asiJane tbiist atid promote Ihe i be njetropolis- There stands ou UltLglou (irecu construvtor oi oa ihV i-oosiJeration uf receiving hill ihe [Jiolits- In this way the sirut'tton of work progrcsj-ed, tlie sUeaDi WAS adniiltt'd to the cis- f-rja at Clnkfnwell fhree centuries yeslerciay auiM cousLdcrdbta ic- joicinj, SiievMs in tL-c YK-icily have the nauie.s Amuell anil Cliidwrll, but the longer spring "has te- cooie cibaustecl ifcp CUadwell con- ttaues to fiiiuisli Loctioii with water. TLe origioal cost of the umlci taking j is tot rieflnitely but it has [been thai was at the i seBsiou of ih? today by Major Dexeon to repreMrntaUve delegation _ headed by "iceinbers of tbe i TaiatToo inejiigure, repieschticg 33 siiares of i stream, Sir Hugh Myddellon, HaiL.j apiece. In iS9i) these, shares hid who carried out his original propos-jjeacl.ed the extraordinary value ol als iu face of obsnuctlcu and dis-i each A statement was sub- lie was a goldsmith mitted to parlianieat HI 1S2S by trade, and in unO he obtained that" tad been expcncteJ i-li had been coiiltned by! upon tlie stream, and tfcp capital saved aud produced seed. To The OU Home In Scotland, tiigiand ana the ConUnint can, be rnade at the lowest cciL 'Latje' ttcamerj; cqrotnodalions now. Fot fnll 'iufaTjcirtioa ask any railway or ageat, or, H. H. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main St.' Winnipeg. Man. THE WHITE STAR LINE'S u LONDON-PARIS Nov. IS Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN'ST. WINNIPEG, OR LOCAL AGENTS i In three itccesaive years of. ing j tfic fall This spn'ug variety was- io a (horoufthly accliiuafed H-inier wheat- This "expfrimpnt shows that a vari-j etr nvhich possesses valuable leri-sfics. although il may lack "la bardicess, may be. worth ailemptics' to grow uTitil it adapts itself 1 It is tripretore hardly possible that the climate bas heen the i-hiel cause I of "the falila" off in the-acrease under' winter -ivheaf. j YARIKTIKS The a Sect- j j ed ihe decrease, though it" is uol 'probable. The variety has mui'h tot jdo' with (he successful culture ol (wheat ia each- individual-insfacre, j There is, test variety for j the countir as a M-hole. Good vari-1 cites may. do well in one, localitr and' prove failutes in and very i a variety which one year fives'' tlie largejit yield bf. fifty varieties, sown the following -jear jii the same field is or.e of the poorest, yleldtrs.r Hut the average faj mer-woald be; isafe in discriminating bcttve-en the' good and the poor varieties' in any or.e localHr, aUtough varr and 1 fluctuate considerably in yielrts. And just as the -arlely shoultl be careful- ily sclcctpd, it" is imp'on ant to keep 1hp varitty from tieteciorat-: Sing, by cuHivaiion uad careful jits habits improve ite strain." I It is itniversally Iriowu -that hy JacS ol'careful selerlion and proper cultivation, any pure variety will, [tnthiii'a veiv lew years of ils intro- iduclion into r.ew climate, soil and jcocditions, deteriorate, .until it is jfractiiaily worthless.1 i The that liie produces like is [equally tree o I plants as well as of f animals, and tliu selection of kerncts S which are the offspring of a seed] j whir-fa jijotii-ced the largest progeny 01 vbest quality, is raurh more profitahie than to sclrcl merely. by SIM. A large' 'jfcBrnM- may come from a small head j {a tid nut be necessarily prolific. OTHKI1 FOHCKS AT WORK. AH of these conditions may hare af- iectprl ttie- passing _ul the crop. It is; hardly likely thai ttc soil could in- fluence tLe pheaoxeca, unless it be poorly worked, so that its rcoMuie IjaHing capacity is in-, fecterl with the gerrris of sonie planl disease vhich is as yet or 'l with insects ivhith attack the roots and lower steins. A'ay known plant dtnase would be readily recognlzrcf. In iiolated culworia, T.-JIC worm acd drouth1 of Board of Con. .trol eipress as in favor ol church 51 roperty raxed to pUcM. the two previous acts ol ihe compauy iu ISi'J was riremcd to briug water Ihf Cfcadwell and J be Arawell siiriugs tn Herifordshire tuj At the beginning Ihe Londoners, f0r The expense .of- tbe work was be- yond bis. means, and ha associated with him to hear the cust a number of persons who iverc King Jan came interest-Eii m the To Europe from Canada Dlreil by Ihe Old ftetttble CUNARD LINE CARRYING ONE CLASS CABIN AND THIRD CLASS S. S. Andania and Alausia 13.400 Tent. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE CANADIAN SERVICK. From Moctiea From .IS .n From BK. d from Kit New York, to Loul AceaU, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., 3O4 dUm A. B. MITCHELL, PHONE 512, LETHBHIOGE, ALTA. in tbf value of tl.r amounting to 2d.; Jis. 1720, [coiiipatiy rctaicfd valuable1 estate. 1131, Ss. Sd. whose benefit tbe New. River" washvhen the Metropolitan Water Board constructed, did not take advantage] acquired the undertaking ihe luaio- of royal pressure was (ainable. gross income ivas cised to induce a more general usejatid br the" award 61 1903 the board nowu as "The ol tfce .water. not until after were compelled to acquire the prop- me's I, also of. that nty for Metropolitan Wa- e .to prosper. The ter'three "per cent. "B11 stocl, _be- Sir Hugh Mjddletoa died in J prosperous man, biiV his lapsed info peoury. Maurice Kogers, a foreigner, w lound guilty at Wellacd of letting f. to bis rented house to collect Sust. ance, on lurniluEe, whtcb Iw -Winter r j their part in the destruction of the iff Llsu How Optn fcrop, uearly ot lfae caus_ .a.llmgi by Variou, Routes j es mentioned have hflned on thr elim-j ination-The prevalent of weeds has' done moro Ibaii its but the rQUEBEC, LIVERPOOL I weeds .would nftver have gained the Nov. SJupppr hand, bad not the plants twn "op of winter is in thr. fall, and it other-! [wile in imrinal condition, it has isliO'An many times over that it down the worst weM tumWinp mustard, j AH ni these forre? have conlribuF- Ifii their sliare, hut the eel n.-orni is. jiuniecf as the thief ffj j this pest has worVed, tte i _ CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ortland MtOANTIC Dec. 6 TtUTONlC Dec. 13 m-' o YORK KG LIVERPOOL peci Dec. LIVERPOOL 20 Cedrlc, Uec. 4 Baltic, Uec. oi the plants have turned Celtic New Stulhtmpton, t.nl. ft long S'or. and 13. Noi. OCEANIC Uec. 5 New York. Dec. 12.. Boltin. Queamton, Liverpool Nor. If ind Dec. 15 Anbic ilr aad he therefore been .4 ENKMV igalions havr shown tli.il- itheif is still force, x hid.lrn mysterious wornj, ir.sc.ct lo Ibis past srason, and It j agent or t.Tlle, threshftd out 3000 i V.ishtl to acre. And this was not il 'far from the spot whtic 8' bushels 1 lo thft atrc had raised oi" laisn.g y[ winter wheat will, II in all ptniiabllky, reilncf its enemies If lo ml iri a fen to that wirhin fn_e ycam iv will be as an cvrr, is a pitUy safe be.t. iK one thing abo-Jt it. ij Slimmer ar.4 winter wheat go har.ri in hut summer Ing is ju.it as upoil fcr L and :arc- flualris-in .Umify ftmcfr J W. M, McLEOD, Canadian Aflent. 3il Main St. WtnnTpeg LOCAL AGENTS S. C. P. R. AGENT Auk about our Nlnfr (o Tan ;.TTia and or Medit- erranean Criusea-fo the came interested in the undertaking the- to prosper, 'ihe ter three.per cent. "B stock, _be- lance, on lunriluEe, whtcb Iw Ii acd agreed to provide half cost, following the rise sides taking oi'ejr the debenture storks' bought for aad insured !or 53 World Near THis Frite e Studebalcer "SIX" .suads absoliitelv alooe anil apart fu: the .entire neld" crJifider cars. its price of I137EV -less, by hundrede fbafrtfcfc' price of any other "SIX" it brines you ly more cltan ihe operative ad vaatage 'of Vtie manufaclursd "SIX." Carries Seven in (Jonifml 't H linnRi capacity. (or seven.- It bribes you tbe manifest Advantages" of e'.ectric and starting through a two-unit tern that has proved itself on thousands of carB. Vou liave never before, been such a car al Today you cannot find sucli another LOT, at this in the entire world. How-rompSetely the Sliideliaker la the duct1 of tbe great Sludeoaker, "rt-aHzc uli'sn'you know that Us constfjlclion requires rAore than C.'COO op- eraiioss. We build its from the raw iron down through the niimerojs procefiSfca of catting, tnaohining. griQding aoi aasernhllng to the finished product. We build its hill'lloftllng rear aiie; starap thn liShl thtfjjh tremendously hoUEinp fromitac sheet steel; we forge, "cut anil ma- cblne UIP axle, and transmlseion SPATE. Throughoui the rcor axle acd transmission, and in tlie front wheels we use 11-Timken roller KeAiu.gs easy running. it's .aStudebaker" Not because; of tlie price mark; but be- cause of the; mark. -f Not of the good looks; but be- ;cause of tbe good name. Fuel Tires In fuel confMiupilon W belieyc tr.p "3IX" match, if not surpass, the ecor.orny any car of equal horsepower. Ils motor size inchw. It is economical because, in spite of Its. 321-Inch ivheelbaw it is Hght. arid eaay on 34 x 4 ir.ch tlrei; yet it is strong. It generously roomy and richly upholstered xnd carries its passengers In iilmotl coufort. In dwiyn ind line, .the "SIX" no yreittr and Separate Electrical 'Units Tfio Ftartiiijt.And lighting 1s the tn-o-unit, smarting motor and generator separ- ate. I Arc ps are Grxv Jt Davis1 highest quality, bolic type. tii short the "SIX" lacka nothing in style, beauty or comfort, Not because oi tbe outside; but because of tbe inside. Corpiratiin oi CaniJi, iu, W.lkerville, OnU Final Word Among Four-Cylinder Cars rhiE been from our -experience lo 'bulldin5 "FOURS." Us Terrpseots.lhe outside limit you for a. no ''Four" .can "give.-you -falut -fortn'ance, IJian this one does. right.' Its capacitv is right. Its ItJi-therJf A Powerful _s Loiig'-Stroke.Motor can say .will you an of .the possibilities o' of the things ol which 'it is capable... Tlie motor jireBcats tbe latest approved ing cbst: on valves enclosed, eihausl and Inte- gral. .Tlie intaiie short aid. direct, pticiog tW carbiiralor in a most' poalUoo. fuelI'.iot'h.'oil if.frill-.Elre long milcaye. -f 'Jriotton to point In' tht- !rmrsmls3fon anil fear axle airf front tvliee! .A Car'Plcasing to the Eye prcscnti-the ooatlnuous effects, wilh hood upvaid to "a deep. cowl. Jlur.ning clean auci plates of aluminuDi., The siaBOliiic siipplj fa under Ihft giving T" a short, direct gravity feed to'thc carburetor. Ils rear anle the fuU-flotiUns type, and com- pletely accwalMe! Tnc ore full-elliptic, very long And and tbo lower'mefdbcr the arie. JOIcciru; LighHng HIM! Starting H has lefi liar.d steerinp and cetiler control. The starling and llRbljng equipment is Ihc'Wagner units (or sreeler efficiency and greater dependability. Headlights are Gray Dayla1 beat quality para- bollc lamps. The is of clcai vision and rain vision. Most Modern and Complete Equijimeht Rhrts are deUchxWe cVmountabli. with ono extra rim and .tire wirri'jra al the reftr. Slfideliakcr-JIIfy' curtains arc ready for qvilck loKertng fio'm 'within the cur. eqiilprnfliit-lncludCB lllumlnaled apeRdO' nietor. nil (ccO and electric current indicator, 'tHoclrtc sr.d .too! with the four, '.The car set-n al Studcbaker and a demonstnttfou arranged. ;