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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ...TUESDAY, OCTOUER 6; 1914 LETHBRIDGis u HERALD PAGFSFIVE PIES 00 AS WAS IN 1913 C. S. NOBLE GIVES INTERESTING TALK ON .FARMING OPERA- TIOIM8 OF PRESENT YEAR That there Is a marked desire on the part of many fanners to adppt tho beat farming 'methods possible, Is Diio'wu by that the Trutle aro receiving emiuivleu for in- formation as to the methods iiunmod by Mr. Noble (oii his Jargp' fijrm at Noblerortl, Mr; Noble, who Is, recog- nized us oiio.'of tho beat In tho entire district, waa present at a recent meeting of the Council jof the Lethbriiliie Board of Trade, aiid gave a short and .interesting talk '-in his work, which was much appreciated. Ho said there was appareptly a groat boom la hotter farrplng; all fanners were trying to do bettor aud get better resiflts. He did not think the methods he used "were better than those used byr several other farmers. He and his men worked hard; and had the land in good shape for before the grain was sowed. In some sections of the district .the land baked very much more than In others, and ho con- pidered -that one reason he had good results was that his land did not bake slight modification of his methods among other tilings, lie charg- might be used for soils not exactly gave out an ed America with jmrtialitjr Iain's cause. Oct Canad- ian plants engaged In the manufacture of newspaper, paper are expecting the biggest month in tneir -history. While tho nii'ils in. nearly every other lino of manufacture -have experienced a slump In orders, the paper companies are in- undated with (inquiries and demands, so'that new mills and extensions to lireaaht ones are, being discussed wherever and paper- makers meet: The result has been a remark- ablo stimulation of newspaper print prices, which, are a matter of almost dallr alteration. Manufacturers re- decline to be tied down to quo- tations for any considerable period. Qitiboc, Oot. .iinde s'ealad- orders; -tflthout. 900 liundrods'-of -tons-.of di vision 'of. the overseas uh dsr Captain'S. A. Shaw, leaves Queb'ec throo the rest snips He JiaB'.in'structtons'lf a Germaii' ship- is sighted- to all the, unlforiq board, .so that ifl. the freighter will appear to be an ordinary commercial 'Ship. The' slU to sail rest the flsa1 of transports tfoe Canadian troops to .Eurppb, (but there was delay in getting the' supplies through, and now. she.will.be entirely unprotected London Will Not Be so Scared of Zeppelins Now London, lAsspclated over Lon- don last night proved that searchlights can detect a..Zeppelin even in foggy -The British ]ias .been making experimental flights over London, 'by day and night the past her appearance at dusk and "sailed, over tha city for sev- eral hours.. Searchlights were trained from'several strategic pplnta, and ttiey- to follow her wherever she went. similar. The difficulty experienced with j summerfrillow iland "was the dahger of "blowing" with the wind. Ho was en- deavoring to overcome this by harrow- ing almost immediately after rain fell, while the Jand was still wet; and It was proving successful, aa the lumps of soil diminished- tho effects of "blow- Ing." 'He inclined to recommend deep eight "inches, bath for suramerfallow, spring and fall plowing, as it increased the bed for the .conservation of moisture, but in discussing this Mr. Falrfdeld, superintendent of tha .Dominion. Ex- perimental Farm, pointed out that the departments of'. Agriculture recom- mended plowing, not so deep as eight inches in the'spring and fall, as bet- ter results were..being obtained thus, as the soil was thereby not so much loosened up to the action of the at- and1 so the moisture Vad tetter conserved. In the case, of .however, it waa dif- ferent. Summerfiallojv should always be plowed deep. Continuing, Mr, Noble said particu- lar pains must be taken in seeding, and in the seed sown. Light seeding had given better results this season than heavy seeding, as.there was bet ter gro'wth, and the crop did not tend to mature too rapidly. This season-had.been very dry: the first 'rain of any' consequence "fell on June 23, and yet the results obtained very Threshing of tire crop Vaj not yet) comitete, but one field ot BOO yielded at the rate 84 bushala to the acre, wh'He another .field'.of 180 to the acre; oa.ti i about ;.55 the acre, oh He had sown and 450 .acrestoi TtSeit; on? stubble land. TheutubMe; was been laiid-i-wai'prtperad fra it. had been luannartellowod "fa 1812; flax ten per acre: ibid- that a nan rules: into; copBlderatiou the mridus couditjous peculiar .to' tho soil Ltid distriot. whlcit: he. IB -located. faking this Benson's crop as a it-hole, Lnd the prices- bbtalnaible, Noble considered the results will be aa good a> last .seasoa, when, .It will be re- nerabered, Mr.-Noble had an exoct-. ent yield; his crops sewn on 38S1 lores of ijind Bummerfallcwad in 1312 rave averageBiof 38'busheIsroJ wheat, 1 Darley-and-100 bushels of afs per iERMAN BIG GUNS; UNWIELDY Howitzers Quickly. Fall Into Hands London, Oct. wounded artll- ery officer who has "returned here rom the front; says Router's' Paris orespondent, glycf the following in- eesting .detailp cohcerniDs the, wprk- ng and the effects of the fire .of 'the erman'17-iiich-hpwltzersi "V- "If well served, and employed under roper the officer said, hese guns are but leir 'is diffi- ilt. Bven 40 horEes harnessed to the UBS are unable to drag these gigantic eces over the pencil roads, soaked the autumn rains, while tha'mech- nism of the guns is so'deilcate and omplicated that It Is extromely diffi- ult to replace immediately lost parts. gain, while "effective at e big howitzers are armless at close range, and thve Qer- ans are at the mercy of bayonet charges Moreover, the shells nearly all burst too soon, too or not at all. Vfinfster of Milftia as one of the chap- alna accompanying tho first Canadian contingent .now.'on the way to Eng- A Mr. Is a graduate 5" if McMaster and has had mtoral In a number of Can idian; cities. PEACE .DOVE LOSES OUT Washington DC, Get plans Tor holding: the third .international Peace conference at The Hague, now have been abandoned, according to an announcement" by the State .depart- ment 4 GERMANY ,NOW CLAIMS PRISONERS A Berlin, Qct. ence Associated Germans now claim to bsve prisoners of war; 000 British; 40.000 Belgians; Russians, and the rest French. So faV the prisoner! hare had to do little manotl labor, but It is contemplated to put them to work draining Qwampti and npaMlff roads. believe the Canadian apple to be the finest.in the world." Sm GEO. E. FOSTER Never before-fiave you had the opportunity to enjoy the best Canadian Apples. Europe bid so high for the cream of our crop that Canadians have had to be content with "seconds" and inferior imported fruit. Now that the war prevents Europe from getting our choicest apples, this Department is suggesting to the apple growers of Canada .that'they market their choicest product here in it belongs. Now you may-enjoy the great, luscious, ruddy-cheeked prize-winners of apple- dqin on your table every which in the past has graced the tables-'OPEurope's'nobility. Join the Apple Consumers' Leagued Mem- bership fee: One Canadian apple per day. Buy them by the barrel or the box. Let the children have as" many as they want. Healthful, appe- tising, and a splendid prcvehtative of children's digestive troubles. eanada'saj qualities of this fruit have cafeed- the favor of phys dans the world now we can matah real luxury of enjoymentwith economy. For this year's crop is especially fine. Keep diem at the before hmcheon and dinner is a-far better appetiser than any 'cocktail. APPLE LORE Theciicient Greeks prized above all Qthef (niits. The Hcsperides, three maiden of Erebus ,and KOS, were guardians to- gether with I-aaor, the hun- 3red-heftded dragon, of the tree bearinE Gathering these apples was the twelfth great labor of Koi'culei. The tree was pre- waited by tHe Goddess Earth to Hera on her maiTiage with Zeus.. Serve them of any of-the 209 ways they caa be prepared. Sir George E. Foster cays: this BookToday" This Department has published a of 209 Apple Delights." Directions how to buy and keep ap- '.plesand over two hundred delicious ;.recipes. Sent free on -you need .not erven put a stamp on .your address: APPLE RKG1PE Jnt one of till 209 APHES WITH OATUEAL Core apples, leaving large cavities. Pare and cook in a syrup niade by Dotting one cup of sugar with 1} of water for five minutes. When applea are aoft, drain and fill cavitta with hot, well-cooked meal, and Kive with cream anil sugar. DOMINION GOVERNMENT Department of Trade and Commerce r. Ottawa "Canadian apples are all juicy, "well-colored, good keepers." LUTHER. BURBANK Get Your Canadian Grown Apples from Because you'can depend on getting value for your money every time. handling the finest quality and pack put up in British Co- lumbia this year. As we buy theic in car lots direct from the growers we are In a Docltlon to cell you the best quality at the very lowest possible prices. Our first car of B. C. Winter Apples should be along In a couple of weeks. In the meantime we have a nice lot of late Fail varieties. See our ad. on back page for particulars from time to time. Canadian Fancy Winter Apples Extra Fine Stock Finest Ontario and B. C. Apples Cs For Sale By Wholesalers Only. Quotations gladly furnished for car lots or less.' BUY Canadian FROM We have arranged to handle the Highest Grade Canadian Apples at lowest market prices. _ In Lethbridge and all its other branch- es will use as far as possible Especially as this year the quality and pack is equal if not superior to any apples' grown Be sure and get Candian apples from your dealer ;