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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, -October 17, THE-LETITBRIDGE DAILY-HERALD Page 11 Mr; Archie Mitchell's Talk was Greatly Enjoyed and Proved -Very Instructive engaged in fumigating nursery fitock at Nortli-PortaJ, wtero the criimeut has juH recesitty established a gUllon, was felt rather keouly. but the jjresejico of a man of Mr. Mitt-h- eirs cnllbrc, aud tho popularity of bis flubjeci turned aufl ih'e ;tiienlltm of-thoee In attendance to the I. aod thejull time was planting be much more rapid if courted were Introduced. In ouillujttg tie methods of cuitlva- and the general cultural direc- tions for tte iilautJag care of Irecj Mr. Mitchell eiprowed the great value of atarllng out with a sup- port and Interest of ttie triiEteos. H IB almost imrosslbl3 (or teacher to ac- complish uiuch without lalerett. v- ami It might as well be obifllued M aa adefinite pud Inlcg- l 'part.'of public school currl, jeu up In iho problems rjl part tKo- pubitc ttirri- met In (he campals'a.T.'IiScU'ls now be- plven. strong ing carried ou toward the beautlfica- l-y Mr. At ot of the ruraj.aml urban school as deep as possible being sure Mitchell-nurftoxtoy al-Coaldale. In vJsnrous-spowh on "Tree Planiiug; Mftchell conaldeni that tho In- Ground given before trod net Ion of a course" In agriculture wfcfcfi la ftboyjt the middle of Mty. the beginning. Following Is au outline of Mr. Mitchell's me i bods, and iucceaa lie bae encountered at nurseries testifies to their efficiency, and is a permanent reminder that proper methods pay. Cultural Methods Do not'aUemvi to plant th? seasou as the ground Is broken up. agalu in the fait tlecp as the plov will go, let ujatfl the following eprint- The plan Hug should be doue as soon the frost IB out of the ground, rows ehould ba atom four teet apart la as n'Ide a belt as poss- ible, UkJQ? care to plant about 10? feet from the bulldlnge a reuon- able distance from the fences. Tbe to Into tho ground pay. The jiionei be paul I should bo tha shelter trees, and Mr. al Star.dcfl apd about S7510 will be Mitchell considers that the native pop--paid out. The leitive population is ar la Ibc beit for this purvose the same as bst year. Kach Tomorrow and SaturJay Indians on the Blood ieiertt will receive the teachers 'convention-yMterdby af- abfionce of two of the other fl'paJte'rB, Mr. l-'alrfield -itho has goue to fulfia. and Mr. .Btrlcklatbil who la .would he a long ctep in rlgbt dl- The, sod will tot In about Bit weeks, reetlou, this heln? au first and laet. agricultural also be- and at the end of this time it is laclteet the breaking turd. llovea that projirese along the lines of ine over two or three Inches bt foe school ground dbcomtfon cod.- tree sub-soil. This should then be Pieoty Fnrjiianksilvins We are. prepared to serve you with 'the Choickst j'JVleats and'Poultry.' We can ANYTHING YOU WANT If on the market. We have been able to secure an especially choice-lot of Ducks, Young Turkeys, Chickens' and Geese. Use the Telephone-No Need to Leave Your Home-We'll do the Rest The ALBERTA MEAT MARKET CbultVy Prop. 75-9thAye.N. HERE'S1 YOUR TURKEY 1 Just arrived at trie Quality I Market. to be delivered. Dui vn. GboseV'SauVage, Vealj Lamb or anything on'the market we have i Get the Bests tit Costs no {Moires DELANY'S LIMITEI) Across From the Court House Phone 452 cause it IB the Jiardlest and Use first receives 15. miAo'r chltls 515, lo mature, having adapted lo and. tribal chiel 125. Thrre are five c-olnclde with the growngr minor chiefs, llowi should ba In straight and i geometrical eo they may bs cultivated both Ami hero ilr. Mitchell empbasEied the Importance cf oultl Immedately after planting, and after each succeeding rain, or every two weeks until the middle of July, when It advisable to stop In order that the tree 'may Le given oppor- tunity to mature before the frost, cul- tivating encouraging growth. It IB very Important that the ground be well firmed about- the planta when first yteced ID the ground, aj It tentSs to bring the eoU- panicles closer to- gether, thus making the trat of soil moIMrue more active. Why Fal[ Probably the most common source of fall-jre in the prow tit of trees Is the fact that those who grow iheni do not realize the Jmportunce of excluding other, crops from (he soil that is In- tended to 'grow the trees.. The worst offender, ip'the mailer of robbing Uiie toll of moiBlrfre rrhlch ebould go to the treo, 's Lhe'comcion lilue graet- or couch grass, In naktng the final cultivation previous to planting It Is mperatlve that'the Rrsps be excluded rom the groiiud entirely. It is to this i grass alone that Mr. llltclicll attrlbut- es the failure of nearly" all who not get. their trees to grow. When the 3 has once got- the upper liaad, the remedy is to vrait xinUl the grass Is n flower. IQ June, and spread straw over1 the plot to the depth -of eight- een inches; It was suggested that the cbaoging of Arbor pay. from the Jlayv-when it ib too late to plaiit trees .with any degiee of suc- cess, to the latter-part of .April, .would help to; mafcej tres: p.laDtlng In -the schools'- more successful. -m shrubs" and was dealt with by: the speaker, very -The main tdea Is to plant the blgher: shrubs to the back of gtve them massed effect by blending' the colors, and. plant them. In groupe, leaving space An Jury at Kingston convict- ed Gabriel and .Mains, former troopers of the R, C. D., of Eeiiicg nre to les at Royal iJIHUry College. MY CATAUllII 15ALM OPEN'S UP NOSE AND GO Breathe Cltart 8fjffed-up Inflamed Nose znd Head and Stops Catarrh tl Discharge, Cures. Dull Headache. Try "Ely's- Cream Uatm." Get a bottle anyway, just to try a little In the nostrils and Instantly your hose .and stopped-up air of the 'head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness 2nd headache disappear. By morulng! the catarrh, cold-ln-head, or catarrhal sore throat will bo goue. >7nd auch misery now! Get the small of "Ely's Dream Balm" at aiiy drug etore. Thtg fragrant balm dissolves by tlie beat of the peceiratea and heals the Inflam- ed, iWcUcu membrane wtilctj the noee. head and threat; clean the air passages; Elpys tasty discharges and a feeling of cteaimnar. toothing relief cornea Immediately. DotsU lay c.T.-ake tonight strung liny for breath, v.Uh head nostrils closed, hawking aud blowing, ar.-h or a cold wliii Its running note, foul mur.oiis dropping Into the throat and raw dryness Is distressing, but truly needleea. J'ut your "Ely's Cream Balm." and your cold or cat- arrh will surely dleappear. Agent: J. Hlglnbothara Co., SON .OF... GREECE -WHO'WENT TO WAR NOT KILLED IN BATTLE 4 Ready to-Serve; y6u THcinksgiving or .Chicken We want cash-but it costs less 13th N phone 1055 Last- night was the occasion o! gifrat'ieioteing in For 'one-of'the LctnbiMge Orteks, who loyallj' lelt'thts courittyito' bat-1; .native land-in its.recent i stiuzgle on tho Turiish pcniosulaj who had heen reported among. the misslag, and noliheird icora.lor months, ..ivas tun across n and au-j jther oj .the Lcthbridgc Oreeivs1..Y.Jiu lo fight native land. George Cotatas, brother of Pete of Lctiibridge, and who.Ioc- nerlj- v.-as a joint owner of (be lu- trriational the missing nian, and Chas. Crist, a1 joint pto- irictor with liiother C.'Crist, of .he White Uunch, located him and sent word lo his anxious relatives the letter -tearing the good tews being received- ur C. Crist last night. Both ol theie saw some strenuous campaigning, .and -were in many- of the worst'battles." of .the war. They will tioth retire'in a lew days', and arc expected .back, in Letti1 "iridge. belorc To nidhB your .Thlnkiglvlng Dinner lupremelx'succetifuE, .buy your meat htre. It It uUcttd for thai glltd Motion. .'CHOICE CHICKENS; ..ETC; THE MEAT MARKET '-f- Phones iSjS _'_ John Hajcslle Meals from us. We want one criance to prove ttiis.: Your choice is here -and: no, doubl -you will prefer 'Tiirfcey or other'fowl. J i Send us your order arid you will find we are Highest in Quality but.not In Price. PHON'E 792 1110 6th ATMIO. South. j the larg- est Cnortest Stock of fresh killed it-. Poultry in the city. >VJ. ofe BURNS GO, ;