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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i Sask-A I Steel Range Afforestation in the Dry Farming Regions 'ivvemed to the recent Dry Fanning Congress) Vour committee on .'ifforostaUon In ttio ilry farm I in-, districts, to pro- he Fourth. Aiiminl .Mcotlnj; of s'eul IliG follnivliiK report. Owing io or trrs iioits. Tilie extremely ftltorl time tilal wasfdrici- juniluble before the opening of the Congress, tbe members of the com- mittee, bavins been notified only in tile latter part of August, tile reporl is only of. a very cursory nature. is. we b-alleve, the lo tile present membership of tills com- mittee for another twelve month's in orcl'-M1 that p'ienly of time may be civen Forestry Aiisodatlou.) U does not PCCMII necessary to horu 'sa furtlier on ttio UC'iioftU lo npiiORl t0 hli must be shown not only the m-liml inatliuilu nccopsar.v lo ci'riploy In the preparation ,i'or and the planting or Ki'cr.v one living in the :.lile bui the rcKicin realizes the vantage- of well es'abllsb'jd shelter plantations, not the least of which Is the Kl-eally value of (ho pro- perly, and as a constuiuence of other must also bo clearly act. forth. Is needed, nicn. Is, first, the accumulation of accurate data In lo the sncceHsf.u! imiKGiK'jm ancTrcturns plantations. The next re. It property in [ho ImmMdlnte vicinity. If most important stop lit to ret thi.s retain, then the buiiefbs of tree jrinming are Inforhiutiou !uto S'oneraly It be acknowledged. wh essary to aeareh for methods to ynconrase the farmer lo lo securing reliable information which lake up n work which he knows to Ii3 may result in as to how best the work of tree planting by set- tlers in these tlrier districts may be most effectually encouraged. Tbe or eilormou-j vutne to iilmself? It would seem from tbe observa- tion of the members of your eonnnit- rs is due the hands, or ralliur liencli, of thcao whom It IB desired to influence. Who IE io guilur compile this Information? This work, undoubtedly, to U; imdertnki by stovornnients. It does not seem possible for private or '.o-', cal associations to carry on such [n- i vostlgation in an efficient manner. brief report, then. be j 0, m lit.fori! regarded only as a preliminary to a a( (0 more detailed one :o bo stibniiUoU at lllc musl coll. anythlns, hils been done' in a later date. sldereil if trees are to be successfully The or commit- ciiltivaud under at'-' kmnvn as ;ee, we understand, should lio.cflnflll-jury The L-d to tbe work oT true planting as di- redly affecting tin.- farmers, what farming -iliGtriels jneliide au enormous area. Conditions as to climate with- not in connection. Tile members mis committee are of oiliio. tlie Unitrd States or Camilla, and therefore, at I he p.-jsen; time we a in your kitchen and. there are a dozen exclusive points of merit that only need investigation to con- vince you that you will get more satisfaction out of a Sask-Alta than there is in Uvo ordinary ranges. Write the nearest McClary branch for Sask Alta booklet and tho address of the nearest McClary Agent. MSClaiys Taronto Montreal Winnipeg Viaeoimr SI. John. 5.B. For Side by "Start'orrt-Ajjncw Co.'- position io yivc accurate in- ni'lBh; be termed Forestry.' tills vary greatly as a'.'io formation as lo what has lioo'n acconi- distinction to tlvj larger -operations I do conditions; of sou, elevation, and pushed in other countries, which may be carried on by the State Ig0 on. the one feature in common, of In both the United Slates and Ca- or Federal governments, or large cor- jeourEC, being the limit'jtl precipitation, nadn. ibe arlvisahility of rncoimnjin poratious ho'.dlllK considerable areas, no detailed rules be laid tree planting in thy plains of pra'h'ie! 'of land, and who forestry down as applicable to all sections of dietricta was recognized al an earlv [operations on an extenaii'o scale. llitsc districts, there seem to bo In both countries the fovo'-ii- The farmer is futuruted in tlie pro- ,i row v.ull defined principles which raents enacted lesiaation known us pagation of. trees for the following mmst be thoroughly understood before the "Tree Claim whercbv -i purposes: !tree planting can bo successful. tier by p'ian'iing and culllvatlnV 1. To establish windbreaks and j i. Tim first main principle up- many trees, might secure titie to ISO shelter belts to protect his field or pears to be that before any planting acres of land, "in some cases in the garden crops, orcliaras. stock done sufficient moisture must t'O United States tlioiu were. bnildiiu To establish plantations of a up in the soi'i to enable the stand, fllccassfni become plantations cstab-l trees to become well established, iished as a rc-jtiit. of tins art In (.'a-' j.more extensive nature for the purpose means n deep ami uada, only two or three of tbe resul't- lof producing fuel, fencing material, Thorough Preparation of the Soil. ing plantations may still be seen. The and other timber, so frcanelll'y need- niis preparation may retiulre one, enactment of this legislation, howttver' WUMAN IN BATHTUB "ATTIRE" NEW JUDICIAL DISTRICT Toronto, Nov. Alagladery, president of tbe Temiukaniing Board ot Trade, is asking the establishment or a new judicial district in Northern Unlario. At present all cases coming up between North Bay ami Hudson uay .have to bo. taken to North Bay lor disposal, which Involves a huge expense to litigants and discourages the n-3e of the court. It also penali7.es several hundred dollars' worth of her I Dullness men, as it adds largely to can be secured in no other in .the soil. i pealed in both cages after a conunr than by tte planting of trees, shrubs The requirements of the varie- atively short I'-'riod. We cannot find and 'tio; which it is wished lo plant must that much was done in any uets Diamonrfs From Thief, But Faints With, Embarrassment' Altoona, Pa.. Nov. taking ner morning bath at a hotel .Mrs. J. J'. Uhartes heard somebody moving BDout her apartments. She sprang out of the tub, flung open the door, and came face to face a burglar. .urs. Charles saw that tL-a thisf held evera! hundred dollars' diamonds in his liand. He ordered me expense of all real estate transac- Jier back into the bath room. Mrs. uons. A petition was prepared almost nils Dcen -recognized by gov-'rn- unar.es refuse! to move. Then years ago, signad by 1700 in every part, ot the woi'.d; tnief started to rim. lie ran down j tiers and officials, pointing out that though some is true, have tno main riaira-ay to the first floor Mew Llskeard wa'i the natural centre [much more advanced legislation than It is difficult lo overes'iimate the i Certain trses are adapted Importance of tree planting in tbe J j0 srovvth under certain conditions. If dry farming districts, when carried en ia Vilrjcty d-jliglris in a heavy moist intelligently. It is a matter dc-jcrving soil, it cannot he expected, to succeed of greater from every mem-! where these conditions are not prc- bsr of the community. The effects jn a .varieties of tree planting are very far reaching. J should be used as may been tbe benefits do not accrue merely to proved suitable i to the locality jenera. way -to encourage tr-ae planting by either governments or some yaara af- ter this. In Canada, experiments in tr.o planting were carried on at tho two Western Dominion Experimental farms, and in n small ivay a limited number of seedlings and small Individual planting the tree, but more or less direcxly and indirectly add to the general welfare of the en- tire community. The public obligation in this .regard Klllt. with Jlrs. Ciiarlcs in hot pur- 'i'he burglar ran u.-> a back stairwa ar.d when he reacted tto third floor, ja spfendid site for county buildings. Wllfcre the race bad started, sr.5 ot ;he district, and asking that safeguarding-the public inter- new'judicial centre should be jn respect to the foresw, foster- lishsd there. The town is reserving jing and encourasing the planting of titles of -tree ueeds were distributed Some cultivation alter planting !n the SMM seems to bo essential, tbe amount and method of depends experiments a- were j. b Tor by Jliek-Schl Harfhvurc :rccu and. cuttings as possible, incut assistance should be derived. certain conditions. The conditions have to be (Complied with bs- :ore trees ar; granlv-d en this assistance should go further than the accumulating and publishing of information and The ground milit bt- uioroughly pre-. (prolerrlng of advice to interested par- the nonobfc-ervance of cither "on all. In every district, there are outs-Land- or j In the Federal Bureau of For- estry issued a circular, No. 22, ricscrib- caught him' by tL'o The thief put up a desperate- fight, but Mrs. HIGH HEELS CAUSE A DEATH Cincinnati, Nov. heelci who is an athletic woman, according to testimony befon tnrew him to tae floor, and took her Coroner Coe today, were responsihi- oiamonds from ment a crowd, mo- ,or tbe death of Hilda.Aue, IS years him. At that f porsans on ff.d, who was fatallv Injured bv a Bi scene to find nut what the excite- lifu-nr wa3 all abcut. When -Mrs. rhar- les saw the crowd, she ran back h'.to tne biih room, and fainted with- un- uanassment. The thief wr.-j an'jsteil. The bioiitaani Printing Company, of -i-omjon, has been offered a bonus of tc- remove to Simcoe. Harry Barrian drowned at .Mid- land, vrhen he tripped ovor a tow line Sfid fell from a tug boat. l-'oiu- train at, the Short Ptreet cross ing. A heel about two inches high wntch had bien torn from the girl's snoe, was found .wedged in the switch Trainmen said she fell backward acroL-j the track and marie a desper- ate effort to free herself. Josiah Laita, axea 67, of Thuriow Jownship. his n'sck broken by a fall from a neighbor's wagon, when a 'uoard on which" he was sitting broke. Paid-up Capital Reit and Undivided Profits Total Assets, t London, Engl.and Office, 51, Tfireadneetilc S.Teel; JE. C. A Branch of this Bank has been established in London, England, at No. 51, Threadnccdle Street, B.C., where Ltttsrs of Credit and Drafts payable at all important jjointa in Canli-Iii and the United States, can be purchased, and Mon y Transfers A Visitors' Room is provided for the convenience of clients of the Bank when in London, to which their m.-.il may be addressed. Correspondence solicited. l.ndon London f'' W' E, Man.g.P; G.M.c. HART- SMITH, trees, where such planting is deemed j ing examples, of tree, cul- issential to the general welfare. j ture. Tl.'sre is no guestion as to the ing a plan of co-operation between the oureati and Intending planters. The The this r.-portjsjn To possibility of success, to'methods .j phmting, varieties to use ami the sub-i sequent management of the plantation show iu what manner the planting of trees in the dry farming regions is both of individual and public benefit; f.'} the possibilities of sncceGsfully carrying on the cultivation, of trees demonstrated r.tance-j. What has been accomplished by one man is surely possible of ac- complishment by others. If one man can his pr-'pfirty healthy, weii oil. Trees arc granted only .upon forest seedlings either' CQinmeiidr.lion of an efficer of it.'cost or altogether1 free, while Forestry Rrancli, after a personal in- jivhcre tbe .'desired -luauvis would Fpcotion of each -case. The Tree Planting Diviuion, which has. to carry out the details of this worit, employs diirinr, the summer .set- under farming conditions, and {3} [established grovesi: and windbreaks. he sngssstion of practical ideas hav- ng for their object the creation of a protecting a thrifty orchard, fortable home and attractive _ coin- orna- practically without cost to the tier. AS to tho result.-, crative sc! accuracy. We wonrar whether this oifer is generally known by farmers in the dry farming States. months, who visit and report on the preparation made for the nroiKjsed plantations and the results of recent o the result.-, ot .this cn-np. flio stock supplied is grown ihenie, we cannot state with 5t the Dominion Forest nore general interest in tree Ranting mental grounds, what is there to pre- fi' and the enco.uragcmcnt of the workr'er.t ibosc living on uxactly similar cstry has tself. The of Tree Planting We often Tit'ar crctravacant clainis soil and tin-dor the conditions from time to time i As re- For- ssnsd p Nnri'ai'y riation, situated at Head, Sask. The nursery an area haps be hotter obtained tliroiigh.sonie other form of encouragement such as rebate of taxes or the paym'jnl of a bonus, in the case of successful plan- tations. of c'iimate, from developing their ,ome surroundings in the same man- dea, tree Jer? Thorn IK nn rp.Tsr.n in ihi- :_ _ _ 6 u on the part of tree planting entbusl- There is no reason in the iu gensral, and also In more 1313 as to how the extar.'jivo ciilfivs- By emploj-ins tin methods fol- ,_ sis as to how the exter.uive ciiltlva- j world. By employing tin methods fol- localities In ion of trees will increase the tno .successful tree planter, all and change tt-i climate. liotb bese results are very problematical, nd as being practically impossible of iroof, need not be considered at. -Mie luncu i.tiu in u Vn to pages, is entitled any man can hope to attain success. pi._t- The question to be answered here. cau resant time. Tli'.- genera': opinions i made many unfnlKfnl m 6epllrateh. lnveMsMm, tree culture to h.-i .ultimate discour- lhe man' nnfrnKfiil THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE' SIR EDMUND VMLKGR, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDJHT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER Before any practical reH.ultM can be hoped for it is obviously necessary -Jo arouse the public interest. This 8 a campaign of .publicity. The c.t must, b.e prominently discuss- e i be secured and forwarded to the pa- -o mto llnrtic.tiitural and Associa- tions can be of immense assistance in this way. No doubt very much man attention could be devoted to tree planting in liij rural schools. Teachers should lat least by aciiuaiated with tire main principle-3 of tree culture and especial effo.-tr, should be made to encqurago Planting in tile school grounds. conciderabie fctllil. These huiletir.M til 1S9S a bjillc-iin of 8.1 tings. All this stock is distributed free of charge. During tbe past ten I years, .the treS plnnting divjiiou has lurnished, rollKhly, trees and cuttings to H.SS2 settlers, an av- cra-'e of to each appiicalii. Al enamy.te, c'jnl. of poration. Again, In regions of heavy :eaEy snowfall bells of trees hold large hl13 succewfiil at his or' quantities of which, melting in Il3s Proved by tho ivsnlts tho spring, gradually '.salts into or "lot Experimental soil to Income available as soil raols-lwl" "ot llc verl' efficient. Ths ture latsr in the has run repc'i The Injurious effects of the strong wlH "esli lnore conyinci of ihe plain, not alone con-1 tban this. If it is not posJbfo Cona1n t imml. to Iho evaporation of moisture.1 htm ln visit Iho v Much ilamaec s'icccsstui planting, .and sat- line's thro ed from the driftinr; of soils, I lsf-v that conuiiioiiB in- his ing of the leaves of tho youns crop I exactly slmlhr. and there i Ti'Jo Planting in the was is- sued. Bulletin No. 5i deals with for- est Planting in Western Kansas. Qth- ulese" arc successful'. Tl.'.sr plantatimE, tliplish small, are of.lmmonae value from an educational .point of flviv, each one bein- an object proving conclu- sively thB-nossibilitira of (roe culture on the plains'miner suitable mcttsds As; the fxvonse to tlic collll- try'of Eiic-h a 'system, It may be of in- terest to state that, on the total ppropriation Bnciii. by, the tree-plant- g (livi-jicliiiast Ecason, Iho cost dspar'tin'cht.'.amounts practically trcti nlsiuuJ'-S 'distributes iiny of th'i-je thj rentier must he convinced .timt tree culture can be carried on successfully nniler niost trying conditions provided :a-.eci fail- methods are pursued. Locally, tlis State uulliorltics inanent when in its most tender ztnge, losa --ro Uin crcliardist from.- Vi'imlf'nH, to gardener hy (I.1; dcatruction Tore by follov.'ing the' methods he conk! have orimih'y good KU'CCJSS, ho jmtist to be cbnviricod'obtain Inrnrma of his more lander mid so on. jlio" hno'-va comes from n, re- f, tlicn, beUr, of treos will in sny do- soarco, and this- infonna'Uon CAPIl'AU .REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES chccjues are issued in denominations of 510, 550. 5100 are! 5200, tll, nd may us obtained on application at the Ij.uih. In coniietiion wiih ils Travellers' Cheques The Carndian Hank of Commerce has hook let entiilecl-lnfornmlion of Imcrcsl ihoso bom in '.ravel ulncii will ho bent free to anyono npolyin? for it. Ldhbridc'p r fi If Men (b- out or 4-U1IUIIUJJG DfailLll L, VK fiu AlOUrSe, jyigft the ground." (Bxtrnci from of ;rce minimize such surely no oth- er in favor of tree planting liou'U nocosEary. Actual re- (iata as to. the of wind on -growing croKr; are diffi- I to One' .Authentic -in- stancy, hcwevcr, IP worth riuotiiiR: Dr, until recently of j ijorninfon of Canada, the- fann at In- after a v-nry iiriivy v.'lnd rtonb. i-iatic tho folloiv- ing ol'jcrvaUon: 'That Ihc prnieclivo infiuonco of The (TowMi was f.bout uOfi. Vor nvory fc.y.. of flelil. I'lio Ktorni hail hc'jn a, vary violent cnr, the trses were abo.ul .ISIl. high, end for 750 (oct tlic srnin was j green, protof-cd- ar-r! in good conditipii, while hcyond that it l.hintior, and for a fow feet waa Hrtty obHteratcd. There tho wljple crop v.-ati put by tho forre. of f must be presented in such a way You Arc meat stations. Xo doiibt reports giv- ing the rjsnltM of tliis work are ablo upon request. In one Staty some practical eiicouragenicnt for tree plant is extended by allowing n rebate on U'.M -laxes against property in crises wlinvc troea arc planted to con form with certain requirements. iVo sucli a law, wisely frarii'od anil honest- ly iidininiEt'jred, hilght'do Ihe (n UanniJa, afler .tho roocal of Ui o. oxponmeiu- 't'aiul Hislributcs a ,lonE t nantilv' of litcrnlnrc. ih (ho I W.11... and civ- V spenders to at- tlio meetings bv Uie provincial 'aiuhorit ies ihc Nursery station, too Iprra areas iii'q set. nut to permamtnt j 'onier (hut data, miiy. j wrlierori as to cost of oatabliBhlus aIU' nrobalifc '-Avrna ex- pcbcU from piaiHins. At the nresnnt i cdmmit- 'not hayiiits had, time to tfcorousHv this stibjont, t a- :n rooca o e iu llmbor mt.ch iilod) not feol in a ma.ie to prairie, tree planting; for many years, except, provionsly mentiou- that carried on HI. the two 'Oomin- ion oxpcrliiicnttil (arnis. In IDp.1. how- over, a new line, of work war." ttnvied by Hie Dominion lifts uudo.Jibttlly had an cnoniioiis in- riUfiiieo in a I'ltiT- farm tree i.'.anllnij. .The nftBislaiicR offered to trco plnnlevs emlnnnr.y pracUcal, any doth'iltfc tsusSKi. rteliH whlchmisht be immeaiatoly ink- en to t'i'ci! jiliintinj; in dry Tiio how- nvcr is one consklnrahlc at- tention, on part, of the Kcdcval and Sft'ate Miieirinny b-; dor.t- through horlicuitural and nsrlj A Clean Within! Hr. Morse's Indlai RoM Pills Pnriiy tlic Blood ProlMf lilc If u much In- telligent'care were given to keeping well u ..ivithoitt we would .more healthy, vigproiisoldmeiianq women. The daily doci its part by .keeping the of they ofthebody'iimpuri- but k b even important that thebow'eli tnd kid- neys .should be kept rcgiilar uij If the bowels fail; as they; often do late in life, to move regularly it least once a Hay, the waste matter from .the food accumulates, potwni lystcni'and upsets the nom.1ch, If the-kidneys arc sluggish the impur- ities tvh'K-li. liicy, filter; irom the blood remain cause rheumitiim, pp. RlnWc's Indian !Root Pillii rcgubtc stiniulate the kidnryj open Tlie carlair.ty clurfng I lornmtJon years has coNvn.resuUs of n'very coiv I tree planUiig la a subject. of Informatlnn ir.jivnilanlo. Vv'ut. la result ii i botiy red fr> Inivo tV.is in- a hale and j hcirty old irgc. which j Three- generations have proved the practical mid falucofDr. Morse's Indian Root >nd their isle it steadily increasing ill over the world. 250, at all dcalcn' or from W, H. chavacter.'. The I thp (llroctlon frf t.ho Uominion-.Direct- or of Korcctry. H a settler wishes to plant frt'JB hlr, farm, tiio Forestry U ranch him with us many qucatioii.'.ng1 it-ly train them -that (ho i ComMovk'Co.; Lid.'i tree phuu'jrs. Tlio niul- Stnto sliould he pnciai'.y Hilly investigate ;