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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I htnsdiiy, (Mohf r lit, THE l.MTnBKIIXlE DAILY J'wr: Pckin Fears for the Imperial Soldiers (Continued from Front rumors, of to'the Imperial u-rny spread HN wildfire uNhough no definite'.facts to. support Llieni were inallalAo. 'Aluc'li significance wan luclied, io .Hie fact that the govtern- iiient has rofmined from Issuing any nitrates in tho he listed mil fhi. uorhl u fioii nitiogcn unltis soi fc- n Dns is developed or maintaining nit-rntn1 content of H soils 1 he pioulim is of ispccul to the, dii distncfs suite a fertile soil v.-ill produce crops with ji biiullei amount of tlun in untcttilc soil The conin ittet I ihal i hi conn uicil for furthti in mo us Vic t Special: to thu Herald) and sn Peniic, Oct. banquet given plowing under of i h> "VIi bgg aui ennteuduit of the I S. stiKleuls- iii: tlite dlsirict last Alght it the Hotel bei5 ir a gnrid succeas Moie thin i bun dred sat down .to the feast ami an orchestra or six, "pieces remlerccl de- .Ifghtful mus'ic. This great "scbool nnmbfefs its stud- ents by the the Pass, and graduate socuied fine as a .result. The biliittuet .Ic'atiire is .not a local nffai motions, heinf indulged n 1 Hndeiite -wherever the m'emlJer'ship of Is inumerous dnough to justify, and all such annual gather- gs aie held at the -simp bersh fiHOT AJMD WOUNDED A RUSSIAN PRINCE St Peter bun, OLL 1" V (ele grarn .from ;Npvo, Tchcrkask, at. .seven o'clock this Evening, says that a Mtu- "stated that hi-3 condition'is hopeless. HER HEALTH To Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Scottnllp, I winfr to tell you how muchgood_Lydia.crinkharii i ound indSanitne ashhftTedoneme 1 live on :t farm mid worked very I am fortv five jenrh old aixl am tho mother of thirteen children Miny people Hunk itsli that 1 am not hrolcen down with hard work and the care of my fam- but I tell them of my ffood friend, your Vegetablo Compound ihd that there will be no backm he and bearing down paina for them if ihey will tike U as 1 lam srartcly ryer with out it in (hs house "I wilt My alao that I think thfre is no medicine to be found for young girls to build them up and nuke them strong and we II e'dfit daughter haa taken Lydu I'IIIK ham's Vewtable Compound for pain fill periods and irregularity, ami it has helped her. T am always mdy and willing to fpeak a good for thr j vdm t Finkhnm Remedies T teilrvcr) nnc I meet that I owe my health ami hap- ninrsi to them wonderful medicitifR -Mn ,T G KFD 8 Lydfa E Pinkham'a Tegetablf Com pound, made from native roots antl tftvbf, contains no narcotics or harm- drugs, and to-day holdy the record iof the largest number of actual cures feiualt diieaaes. much toward absorbing (lit lainfal! as ;o lioUIing it ifttiuard Experience I V Uardon, superintendent of the govciiiiiient sub st ition at Utah, spoke of "The'Gonftmrclal' Vul- ur oi fanned in Lt ih He pointed out the-likeness between conriitioiib id the' Great .Basin and those in many parts of Europe, -isia Yfnci ind South America inii sug- gested that crops and crop, methods valuable in the one district he c'tpiciillv id iptcd (o the othcis It has IHJPII. he said, "thai tin Inni sheafs ulueli bring the liigiiesi prices to the farmer arc es- pecially adapted tolhe soils and cli malic conditions of UUh and tin; trreif UTS n Ihc in a seiies of years, yielded hcttov ihan any of Ihc older, softer and poorer varieties of thai section. It -fins been found, also, tint Must Imder win let its art. of supinui mnlirij., and qualities, hiricd' U'iih Scientific methods, aic hung iiitioduLtri 1 hanks to this Congress sail tht "the of tin Miming aic hecoin- imi. more more widely recog- nized, anti-it will not he long before jndia, .too, talcs mil advantage Vc their work Tillage Methods Dr. W I Taylor, of .Molinc. HI discussed the riuesticn of "Tillage -Mythody in Soil Building.1' Wis ad dress was principally a discussion, of the various implements of -ssnecinl value in dry-land of the inetTiods by should be used He laid especial of tlio sub-so'il KS on the yalu'a foi iriing thr Hoil to greater depths (hail are UBua'l Iv reached by the plow. .-The initru- ment ia coming Into fiuRc general use or late, years as a valuable aid to-dry farming; He spoke'hopefnlH of the future The day is siot far 'when all of our western lands where 10 ov moi'a inches of rain falls'iin- nually v.-il'I produce food in abundance for. man and bea-j( The princioles of !dry-land farming .ire aiMihcable to am j section of' the United States, j when ail farmers adnpt. the sniiip tliorough methods of tillage tluit dry-land farmers are obliged to, the increase in uroduciioH will grsater than the in popula- tion." Accumulating Moisture "Tlio first ami most important prob- lem have to in western Amei i tea is to iiicicasc tlio depth of said R Persons, of These tuo ficlors toili in a disci sion gf mt thii of supruoc jnld thods of accumulating moituire in tbr nia'ftC the h u di r rthp its esprci I tin hist ill nound u lit it and hence the most profitable for Uiut Ilia. United Stales which, as. tins been quite of'many otlioc (tarts'of the world, Or i Farming In India Ninjan1 ilclegilc to the ton gicss irom India spoke of Hit mflti I cntfl of fanning nil the life of In1-. honit coiintrv He ijid tint 86 pti cent 01 miih of HIP. actual-cnltivatcri" area .of India is land which ilniicr dn fuming methods (o get HIP best results, ami thai 500.000.000 acres- of dry land nuts t, arid do, feed prjtticilh Ihe same nun bci 01 pro pic. India has a rainfall minimum of SO inches, the amount frequently reaching 30 nr 10 inches per annum. tU distililmtion is often sb cuaMc llnl tho giown dc iiom it UK! lh> il toiiiii (ion: with ,arp'such as to 'evenly compare sub-soil. "Considerable interest, in this nmttKr has b'aeu aroused by the corn contests of the South, all tlie winners being deep plovers, as much as 200 bushels acre having boon by plowing 20 inches .i id tilii'.ing in U.'5 row. In. my own neigh'- horhood there is, a irtdiketl in out in this regard, and the farmers are importing less feed for ery winter. In spile of tfc'e fact.that we have experienced. a cumulative [irouth of two years, 'every- -farmer who plowed eight, inches tfcen.1 has feed for h'is stock, find Boin-e have raised fine crops on 10 aiul 1.1-inch Concrete Plan for Crop Bert, Bali, secretary of (he National Crop 6hf- cago, projKJsed "A Concrete Pliin for Crop in which he suif- the of agrlcnilui'lBts or doinoiifiratora .who shall work with individual farmers, tlwiir c.xponscn io IJP half by tlie hi i sin one men of the regions of tlir- I nurd counties. lie the ir.ts is a half. mlHIon dollars jr. -'.he of uop lying. dor mant In .every county., in the lounlry jeai which might ,is M-cli put into cndilation The counties sin round _ the roost towns he paid, commercial clubs are just begin-, ntng o reali c that instead of trying take factories away from other communities, the wisest thing they can do is to look out for their home said that at. the beginning of the last ceutnrj pei tent of the American uei-e oil faims, not by choice. but because the rude farm imp'.'cments en in. use were so Imperfect that one man could produce but little more than -was required. 'by bis household. .Today, hut "5.G per cent, of the popu- lation are. farmers, the use-third now being able to feed and clothe the othet o Tie ascri oed tlvs change to the development o' farm machin- ery. and intimated that tlie future of production and (o stait that half mil-1 fhc will in like manner lion dollars into ciicuhtion In that Influence 0- Farm Machines E. Waggoner. Internation- al Harvester Company, Chicago, 'dis- cussed the influence of farm machin- ery on agricultural production. He Keep pate u Ith (icvclopnisnt of ftgrKMiItma) implemeiua suited to its me hodb and needs Co. .1. J. Craig nominated for the Ontario legislature by Hast Wel- lington Conservatives. C. N R. SHOpS IN EAST .Ottawa Oqt Ipxebing Clti zea says: "That had won out against the west, and would be sites for big Vepaii anO workshops that the Canadian N'orth em will build to seiye'ils freat transcontinental, '.was the statement made member of the publicity iureau and further added that the capital was to be chief distributing point between Jtiebec Port P'.aUnt, with which on the Toronto-Tranton line TO BANQUET DR. ROCHE KID3 MONKEY WITH SWIJCH Coho.urg Oct 18 pld boys, who tampered with -a diau Northein snitch at Gtdfton, causing the deiailtneut of an 021 October 9, today weie let go b; Judge Biggs. They, said they didn't it to cause any harm but only Minnedosa. Oct.' (or the bye election in Miuquetto ari. being passed and if ueceCaiy liolhn? take plate on old A B. Wflddell is the rotiirmnK officer It is learned, an a-ithoritne source, chat Hon. W .1 Itoche will not be opposed there complimentary banquet to Dr 'Roche hdB been fixed tor evening 27th in Peat son's Mlnnedpsa F PROVINCIAL ARCHITECT DEAD Winnipeg, Oct A cable cd here announced tne death, of Sam- uel Hooper, provincial architect, m England u THE FOOT TOGGERY'S FINDINGS DEPARTMENT Carries a Complete Range of Shoe Polish Shoe Trees Overstockings Gaiters Black and Tan Paste Liquid Polishes Lamb's Wool Soles From Infants to Men's and Women's Arch Supports Tread-air Heel Cushions Bunion Rights Water Proof Biscoi Shoe Laces Shoe, Brushes And everything to be found in an Up-to-Date Shoe Findings Dept. W. J. NELSON OX ;