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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. October 2'J. 1912 THE LETlTBlUnGE DAILY HERALW Page 3 Advertising is to Business What Yeast is to Bread! Flour, Fire and Oven Wait The Yeast. It's Up to the Cook to Pull Out a Good Batch of Results The Biggest Snap Offered 2 luis (in Fiv.1t. AVCIHIO .Vrirlh. Killi nnd IStli SIHMHM, with Bplcndiri fi-rooiiiail.oottiiHOi if nlliiR moiiili uml iwu roomed ahaclt rentliii: at J7.0II per uiuiilli. Hrlw.H'.SOO lln; paronl, oii.eMy icnns. lid Bold Bopm-aldy for JI.70II nnd ?8uo respect- Ively. TlicKu will bo npnr track lota. North Lethbridge Realty Co. CHONE 636 that I could get along without North cast One-nmirtor Suction Township 11, 21; steam flow; near Siifflcltl-Kilip now line. All Section 11, Township 5, ItailfH! news steam plow. East half. Mention Township 10, Ranye 17; :ill witli iiorpB broke Will sell cc easy terms or irailu all thl'eo pieces for ail im proved farm. O. T. LATHROP Farm Stafford Block Farms Loam Look This Up fi'D-feel, 4 in. facing east mil 2jh Stv, S., he- tAveeu 6tli and 7th Avenues at Terms. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired V. Gi Phone 1-125 Room D? Block GOOD BUY Irrignble fully equal Lo llio fnmons high-priced Ootiidale lands. E. I.-2 L'D-ilMI, Avest of 4th 31. Strictly olio ice flat land, one njilo frrim llio Southern A.Iberia Land big ditch seven iniies J'rorn railroitd and (he (own of Eonalane. on Uie Bow liivor. per acre. Easy terms. You can't b'.-iU R for the momjy. H. A. BEARD, Owner TABER, ALBERTA iOiSTORElNP 5 "THE SEED BEDS JARDINE EXPLAINS NUIV1- EER OF INTERESTING TESTS. MADE IN KANSAS f% Pi of. W. -M. Jardiire, of Kansas State College, gave an able ail- dress on seed beds and moisture. He isaid in. part: "Tho effect diffeieiit methods oi pro- Sparing a seed-bed for wheat has upon the .moisture, the development of food, and the yield of grain is sa subject of considerable importance i to wheat and one that h'as rrver liren fully worked out. experiment was .started in tlic Kan is State Agricultural CoHrgc a U number of years ago for the purpose studying this question. The results -fdhtamod arc most iulcresting as well isiinstructivc. Eleven different meth- otls were used in preparing seed-hods. yields obtained varird beUvpeu HON. SIR CHARLES MOSS Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal of Ontario, who died in Toronto last Friday night, aged 73 AN EXPERT TELLS ABOUT MULCHING SOME VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS OF BENEFIT TO ALL DRY- FARMERS Do You Want to Be Benefited by LethbridgeY Growth Jf so, buy a Garden Tract located only 'two miles from its l limiis, in l.lic paili of Hs growth smith-east. The price is iiiblo and the lorms are such that you will not feel paying for BALAXCE per MONTH. If you are not in a position to garden one of these tracts, will guarantee you a renter who will pay you per acre annually for use of same. Yon Can't buy 25 ft. (he siiinc distance from the Business Centre of Calgary or Edmonton for the price per acre which you are offered these'Garden Tracts. The prii-c is only per acre; other land in the vicinity is Held ill: this price and higher en blor These garden are, 'located in the direction which Lethbridge must grow, as it can only spread in one direction business centre, and (lint direction is to the Mast, while the cities mentioned can spread in all directions. This is a fact worth considering. .Yon can't afford to miss this chance of securing a valuable garden' tract at a reasonable price on such easy terms. To those who have already bought we. will also guarantee n yearly rental of per acre if they desire to rent same. Oilier- open until 9 o'clock evenings for a short time. ALVIN KWMU-D. BahnoL'al Block Phone 1425 Lethbridge, Alta. ers using a fine, mulch, even ft uustjiuai in giving inc. son proper YHUI lim.lcli ffom .six to eight inches "deep, than two plowings at the wrong time, feet, i The evaporation' from the sub-soil j "One of the surest methods at the: nicked with a mulch of this kind is almost! disposal of the farmer for improving: and it such a country we find the best right time can be "made more cffcc- ly covered over with boards, and Mm. ers using a fine-mulch, even ft in giving the soil proper tilth Webb fell a distance of about eitfafc feet, receiving bad Injuries. Wliei id up she was quite unconicioua, was afterwards found that her nil. (0) Is llic top-soil or hcdithc tilth of his soil is by the addi-jhip was severely hurt. of1 a cultivated field -a mulch to the! tion of organic matter. Measures Being impossible to remove sub-soil or does the sub-soil moisture I should be used to promoic alternate} Mrs. Webb Is being cared for at Wln- movo upfreely, with it'! This is more freezing anil thawing as well as wet-1 nifred. a question .of dry-farm physics, lulling and drying, organic matter actual practice, agricultural boobs to should be added to the soil and al-J KNOT OF WOOD j the contrary notwithstanding, should avoided. those] One of the most instructive papers I never been iible in my thirty-five j who arc engaged in dry-farming learn' read at the sectional meetings was years of dry-farm work to discover; to keep their soil in good tilth, the T. 'Parsons; of 'Campbell, any capillary or film moisture moving i great industry will have fewer fail- [Iry-farming expert on "Mulching and 1 up from the sub-soil into the seed ted j ITS. .Air. Varsons in his paper i by capillarity, and'therefore I argue 1 ;aid I that the top soil acts as and should I "Dry-Farming has often been dc-j be regarded as mulch for the sub-soil.; Accident At Winnffrcd. six bushels to Ihe acre. The' "neti a.s tlie conservation of moisture.' ".As a general rule on the.dry-farm j. (Bon- Island Review.) moisture-contained in (lie tirst much like, definition and a mote fields will yield more when plow-' .Mrs. Webb, wife gf 'the C. _ P. It. feet of soil was secured for each dif-, curate OIIC would he the accumulation' ed and fallowed ahead of planting; agent :it Bow Island, sustained a nitrates, or available plant food, var- cs we cannot live up to the highest icd as widely :is did the yield of standard of (fry-fanning. wheat. U is, not difficult to under-' is self-cvl.1ent that in order io stand, after s'tudying these results use of the best form of mulch, GIVEN DAMAGES why some plats yielded forty bushels'iIocal conditions must he and others only six." Iolls consideration. Some of the prob- lems are AS follows (1) In a coun- try where the precipitation is more or less evenly divided throughout the year, will the moisture he able to Oct. .histice penetrate the mulch sufficiently to get Macdonald tod.iy gave a veniii-t. of down into the sub-soil? My Answer 000 in raver of Airs. Amm- IVtUtt, iu an uction against the Canadian North. ern Railway. Her .lnishand. xvho was a watchman employed hy '.lu.' N..R! was killed by a train at [tie Norwood Bridge, AVinnipcg-. in .Itinr. The inaiu point for the plaimit'i that there was no rear light on tin1 train as (here should have bfjeu, Specialize in the soil after being settled by a good j town. Being very dark neither noticed rain or two is in much belter physi-j thattlio cellar had been but very light- cal condition. For the crop than whenj artificially taxed." j IN SHEEP'S HOOF Ottawa, Oct. unique artacle "is on exhibit' today in the city health office. While at the iUathewstpacklng factory in Hull recently ,Mr. Wm, K el ley of the city bacteriological staff witnessed the.killing of a sheep, and he noticed that one of its hoofs was very unusual. TJpon investigation it was discovered that a piece of wood had grown around the hoof and was so firmly attached to it that it was impossible to remove It. It appeared .that the sheep, Vhen young, had stepped upon a hnot which had remained in its hoof. FALL PLOWING PROMOTES TILTH bnscii on cvperience is that tnrc end oi the season ishu-ge-j DR_ HARRIS EXPLAINS PROPER METHODS OF PREPARING SOIL FOR RESULTS ly Found in the soil under a from two and ;i half to three inches j in depth. (2) Will tlie mulch cmstj easily after a rainfall oi' tlic reverse? i A furrowed surface will never cxusi 1 SPECIALIZE IN FARM LANDS FROM A QUARTER SECTION TO BLOCKS OF ACRES UP City Property INSURANCE Dr. F. S. Harris-, of Utah Agricui- sgRbom 116 Sherlock Blk. Lethbridge, Alta'' hake like a smooth one storm, i the bottom of the furrow lie-' Ural Cullepc at tiic section on Sioils. ing much better than the top. U) Tillage, Methods and Mschincry, When hiirh winds prevail will the' an addrc.s.s on "Proper Tilth iu Dry- mulch blow? 'I'hc smoothest land 'Kami Snils." lie said: blows the worst everywhere. ]i vc "Tillage changes the 'itv.ic.turc of could take the edge ofi the wind it! the soil hy establishing lines of amounts to tlm same thing as laU-.imss throughout Hie mass and shift-; j ing the edse olT .1 cannot ing the particles on each other. It jCiit. Will a crust form under the tends to increase I he air space and mulch in very dry weather, and if overcome the elUTi of the natural {how can it hn prevented? Every dry; compactor. year a wail goes up from the shallow! "in dry-farm regions the soil is plowers and surface farmers as i.o' more of ten handled when too dry than j combating this problem. There is on- wet. When dry it breaks up in-1 I ly one remedy, deep-plowing, but not, io clods rather lhan crumbling into 'a preventive as nothing on earth the granular structure which is de- 1 can prevent inis forming, pro- sirahlc. N'ot only should tlic soil he liu; (Irrnith last long enough, tilled when it. has the proper amount, j (it) In a i.-ounirv like California, nf the moisture but the season ot tbo I which has a rainy and a wrt season, i year malics considttrablc .what is Uie best type of mulch for When practical, fall plowing promotes i conservation purposes after the rain good tilth in the soil, since the fore- lias all fallen mid a fanner faces 1.hc c-.s of nature acting during the -.vinter iTguliir live months' drouth The on the plowed land produce the cV deeper and finer Uic mulch the Vet- sired granulation. Thus, by ler it conserves moisture when pre- ing closely the nioisluri: in the soil cipitatioii is no longer a factor. In and the season, one plowing at the GEORGE ANGUS ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Smiley Machan Land Co. 734 SOMERSET BUILDING WINNIPEG. 4000 acres, eight miles north of Taber, in M-Hi. of 4lh, at per'acire for quick .sale Souih-west 32-8-1-6, west of 4th, iTnim- pi-oved. all si oil in plow, six miles south of Tabcrat iier acre half 3 and all of 4 in 5-14, W. 4th, un- improved, .steam land at per acre per week invested here will start you on the road to fortune LOTS IN- BASSANO A LOT NOTHING DOWN 51.00. A WEEK NO INTEREST Lots Gu.-.ran'.cerl High, dry S. level WILLIAM KLEIN REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 215 Lougheed Building Calgary, Alberta SECD1UTY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS' Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Rcom 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phono 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 6. Mr. Landseeker: Xo waiter many you have put up to you while in the city, rpftlly mean business, DON'T FAIL to see this: Section strictly first class steam plow land, practically free from stone and only one mile from town, per acre. Terms on ap- plication. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10, ALBERTA BLOCK The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. 1 Tho above stool of wheat was grown jn (his distuct and pull- ed on July and has a record numbej of J95 spikes and we understand it (estab- lishes a new world's lecord, as we sland the last record nnly spikes, as recorded by Prof Humboldt. ii have IM H Mill tlwt idl from MXOO to per icrc, depending Uff shlppini ficMHJM, antf Wt alK) a a! Improved huida thM able to Hell at o( HMT land on account o( vtoknnit or other owners. A Few of Our Farm Snaps jicret of iMid, within a mtfai Lcthbridse, of vhloh then ars 220 In Winter wheat and" same looldnt fi'aw. This, land is ill fenced cultivated, price ptt Koorl terms. 160 Improved Land hi a splendid district. Prioe per acre. We have -severs.] other good buys in 'Farm Lands, and aliall he pleased to quote you on any Sn .SUNNY 'SOUTHERN ALBERTA We also hive a department dealing solely in city property, and have some FJiilondlri snaps. Call in and- make our office your headquarters for. correspon- dence. Asfc us for Farm or OJr; Maps. Ground Floor Sherlock Building Third Avc. and Seventh St. S. Lethbridge. Xlbcrta ;