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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 14 DAILY HERALD 1012 TTHE cheapest and best selling method for the is the cheapest and buying method for This method known to every successful bus iness man is reaches the greatest number of people at the lowest cost per Ifyou dont read the in this paper you are the THEY WANT POWER TO PROHIBIT POOL ROOMS Key to Herald Subscription Contest BLANK The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes 1912 desire to make the following nomination Residence Nominated by Address This nomination is good for 5000 free Only one nomination will be accepted for eneii Names persona making nominations not be SHILOH COLUMN The followingcolumn is by the Lethbridge and the members of that organization acceut full responsibility for any statements contained therein The Consumption of Intoxicating Liquor fn Canada The yearly consumption of lUiuor In according to the inland revenue average over six gallons per head of the That of tbe States of America is 2Z gallons per head of i Briuiin over 2 gallons per head Germany gallons per head und measure iix effects iri can u least imasln widespread and terrible the evil in countries that are not so sober The Financial Cdst lu speakiiig ofthe money spent on we ueually limit onraelVes id tlie amount spent for actual consiimpiion of a ro liable ioforget the untold mill ions whichthe nation aptiiid as a result of the consumed Jhefollowing is a summary of the nations hill for the year of These figures have heeu compiJecl from sovernrutfiH sta tistlps By honorary pre sident of the Ontario liranch of the Dominion Alliance for tho Suppres sion of the Drink possibly Value labor lost through Loss hy lives cut short by intemperance Extra cost of police destroyed hi mau nfachrring liquor vVork wasted iu inaking and selling liquor WANTS LAND FOR FARMERS MEDICINE HAT ALDERMAN PRO TESTS AGAINST PROPOSALS BEFORE RANCHING COMMISSION Medicine the TheMagrath Sentiment is Strongly Antagonistic to Green Baize Table oveniug the Miigrnth town council held a ami animated session in the council cham There wore present jMaybr Ulrieand Councillors neaOier and Kasmus as wull astlu1 nmnlcimU oHida and a number of Financial matters were tllscusaed for some thna at opening of the sossioivumla list of bills were pres ented and ordered sent on to the Ways and Means committee for their reeonv Hcntheraliaw ask ed In regards tin money duo the sports committee for ihe celebration July Rlrie explained that the account had gone to the fin ance committee but had not been handed to tho council for final dis A coiminiuiaitiou from William barrister of asking the 232 paid by his for pool license be inasmuch as the law had been de clared by the courts This the lUathershaw am Ohiwiian all endorsed Has mussons eontomiiiiK that I was tho hotter way to settle a mos Irritable Utmnion was not prtparcU it vote oil the report of the committee evening and lie therefore askei that the matter I a bled until an H wore put he would certainly vote against Mr ncnnioiiemphatically denounced the pool hall business and said hn woult still light it tooth and nail if there was any possibility of Head felt similar to HP thought the license was not high bin if itwus shown to him thai this was ail the town eouU reasonably collect he was willing to fall into line and accept the recom Mayor spoko sen sibly on the arguing that since it had been shown that the license was prohibitive and unlawful he was not willing to vote in favor of if going any It woulfl mean a whole lot more Joseph1 representing tho Parents class of the Mormon Sunday and both address ed the council on the matter of pool It way condemned very strong but more cautious and rational ac was advised to that of appealing s the signal for an unheaval that to Supreme Turner Total Total revenue received provinces it municipalities in pen alties fines licenses council meeting Anskiy produced a clipping from the News aiient the meeting held here a few days ago to hear recommendations for the im proving oi the ranching great leiiglh the alderman drew a startlingly vivid word picture of the shocking result would have on Medicine Hat ami were the recommendations of the ranchers put into effect by It would mean that instead of Medicine Hat developing as agricultural dis trict she would go As exam ples of the havoc the new regula tions would cause pointed to the i fact his son had a section of land near Seven for which he paid from 10 to ail If the ranching granted he would be unable to set more per acre for tSv On the whom he induced come out held witVhis son a half section of lease was granted be These w rjihe cases and itwouidj ia bis opin be a hard blow upon the city He thought that the council should has beeu brewing for some The police and license committee brought in their report that the license on pool halls he placed at for tbe first table and 50 for every subsequent Rasrnusseii went into the matter covering the pool case from the first time it came up to the recent decision of Judge Win He compared the license with that of other showing that the license recommended by com mittee was not any too low if the council was io avoid litigations in pointed out that matter could be brought before the legislature by tbe local member and not one penny would be expended in doing If tbe government would allow the people in tho local option district to abolish the pool bulls along similar lines as they did the it would be far better than cosily This matter occupied the attention dC the council for over an recommendation was finally laid on the table and after discussing various other life council BIG YIELDS ARE DUE TO GOOD FARMING Some Interesting Results Explained by a Big Farmer Netfinancial loss Missions and Drink Canadas drrak paid liquor in Canadas missionary gifts through the missionary the greatest authority in Canada Canadas Yearly Drink Bill Iaid for lUpior by con sumers dollar spent in deliver tiiejjospel of the purest life the popple of Canada expended for The result of which Js plainly to be seen in the moral standing of our own Lcth the beautiful would that we could say Lethbridge the pure anil moralivclean aswell Read and Success or failure in farming does not depend upon the acres that a per son the number of cows he the extent of his or the rushing that he hut upon the character of the person the Intelligent tTiongiit he gives his busi ness and the management of Those take time to road md study and to intelligently calculate upon are the people who are naking money and are sat isfied with their a committee to over the hmd in jnestisn and see if ments of the that it not fit for were correct and then that they should memoralixe the government not to grant these re quests of the The mayor and other aldermen not feel inclined to grant the alder mans suggestion re tlie committee to go oni and look over the How they did favor the appointing of a committee to the work of the commission and then Robinson was the only dissenting When ttie mayor started to appoint the committee the first that he named was He ol and the mayor think it said that he STATUE TQ KING EDWARD plans mid designs of the proposed statue of vius to he erected on Parlia ment have been received by the Department of Public aud wirre opened Competitors wore asked for from ail parts of the and over forty have been heard from by the Am ong the material submitted for appro val are many The statue will cost will be glvsn a fine luster ir polished with one part sulphuric acid to 12 of Do you find the fall and winter trying Do you get run down cold like huddling in a warm room instead of braving tlie biting blasts You do not need Start now lo build up reserve strength with NADRUCO Tasteless juivci vitalizing compound of pure Cod Liver Oi with Hypophosphites and As an around tonic and buildcrup this preparation has if It puts an edge on the appetite digestionsupplies rich and easily assimilated up the especially strengthens the bronchial lubes and In and at your Nalloiul Dnifl and oi FOfl EVtnV AILMENT THCRCS Tu issue of IJry farming the follciwillg Interesting let of ier iroiu 3 of ap pears Inresponse toyour request tor an article success in dryfarming I would refer particularly to work done since the as greater efforts toward better farming have been made since that I broke in the spring of 1905 1370 mostly with a 32horse Reeves engine and a 10furrow Coek shtitt The breaking was done about three anil inches To the plow wasattached a heavy enough to leave the sod very We then followed immediate ly witb an inandoutthrow disc at tached closely together and with only disc enough to cut about one inch The discs were followed immed ately with a The most of the laud was gone over a second and a third time until a mulch of some two Inches was formedand this land in this condition never dried out In the least underneath the It should be nderslood that the operation of disc ing and harrowing was done with horses following the In the spring of 1912 this land was some once and some twice before as well as once Shoe drills were Seeding of 120 acres of early Stanley wheat was be gun April one and a half bushels of seed per acre being The har vesting of this wheat started August and the yield was 37 bushels per In my opinion later varieties of in this particular would have yielded oil the same land 46 Oats Brought 533 Per Acre The seeding of 200 acres of using two bushels of seed per was started April and the harvest ing August the yield being 107 bushels ner grading the and at 37 cents per bushels making a return of per Thti seeding of 30aO acres of flax on this same new breaking was begun April As some of the seed showed a germination of only 77 per from 10 to 55 pounds were used per Tbe harvesting of this crop was started August 31 and was done very successfully and rapidly with the or dinary witb Ma attachment and front portions of platform and up ner elevator canvasses faced with heavy cotton to prevent Some 1100 acres of old land were also seeded to Here it was found stubble had been malting it perfectly and tho land carefully disced and the thrived much better than on fall The firm seed bed underneath which would naturally exist on land worked this seems to bo right for Although I have this season been very successful in growing flax on old land and without I would not ordinarily recommend It any more than in the case of any other crop and I am planning to seed nothing in the future except on land most care fully summer We can rea son this out in any way we choose aud Snd that a term of from three to five years we will bedecidedly abead if tbese methods of farming are strictly adhered We will also keep our land perfectly as well as in a very much more attractive and pro ductive Summer Fallows 3700 Acres During the season of 1912 I have summer fallowed some 3700 largely with two Reeves Some 3furrow plows drawn by 10 horses each were also used to exceed iogly good The plowing was done from seven to nine inches tho purpose being to always go at least inches below the old fur The and iu some cases the disc aud were either at tached to the plows or followed and harrowing with straighttooth and Acme harrows was repeated at inter vals of about three This sum mer fallow now contains an abundance of and should produce much better than tho laud prepared for the 1 1912 Regarding the various kinds of i I may say that I have operated gasoline but cannot feel i friendly toward We have done i exceptionally good work with but in my opinion the engine power has been crowded upon the farmer to such an extent as to have tbe effect of getting land under cultivation more rapidly than labor and capital can be secured to properly work It will be very evident to visitors coming iuto our country that we have often become too enthusiastic over our large yields and consequent ad vances in and quickly gotten into tbe way of doing things by excite in many cases overreaching our financial and in some instances meeting with absolute failure where we should have had the beatof suc cess wJtb smaller Diversified Farming Pays Best While I am operating in rather a large I am certain that by taking more pride in doing a smaller amount of farming n the very best way and by raising tbe best possible grade of we shall increase value of our land more as as our net gain in farming Whether in largo or small we want stock of the very best ifore attention should also be given to the small things for which there is so great a demand in our home mar to keeping our land perfectly clean by rotation of crops or by tho ordinary bare summer fallow In harmony with tbese wa the growing of trees and the beautify ng of our all of which will re act In a way to help us to set a better example for our growing boys and to afford us more of the real pleasures of the moat independent of IN CHURCH a prominent and wealthy died In llasils Church tills morn where ho was attending curly morning North South East West It has come to be a common expres sion among careful housewives that Royal Household Flour fa the secret to better baking For Sale by KERR grown from selected seed under the best agricul ttiral PACKED IN ONE TWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH Advice from London indicates that he former Consuelo Vanderbilt is in serious condition from An operation has been This photograph is one of the latest if the Dairy BiProducts for the Where dairy biprorlucts arc avail able they should always be fed to both young and according to eoigo In Kimballs Dairy In tlis tlairv sections tlie arge Quantities of butter milkand whey returned to the farms rom factories and creameries make t profitable to keep large numbers o Milk in any form has properties vhich go to make economical Skim milk valuable as a uog food ecauso of the protein and ash car ries having a high value In building he muscles and many framework of young animals for live or six pounds of skimmilk has the feeding on Supreme aboye all others in qual ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin Albertas Best Baking Powder is is Invariably Your gro cer knows value one pound oE It should always me fed in combination wltia bran or other feeds rich In Buttermilk has practically the same composition as Eltimmilk although it is thought to be somewhat richer in Whey is worth about half as much as skim milk for pig therefore it will take twice as mucll whey as skim milk to equal a pound of Skim njic is being used in many sections as a supplementary feed with GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Xor chargeil with the murder of a waiter at the Jtiver view at ou June LO was yesterday found euilty of manslaughter hy the jury in tho Court oC Kings PONT FORGET CHRISTMAS LET APPLES BE THE GIFT TO YOURFRIENDS ACROSS THE SEA Ganadlnn Apples Can you Imagine any Rift to the dear ones In Ihe old land tlial would lie more Because of excentioiml shlpplw 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