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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MiSALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER a, INI.. 5PORTS AND AMUSEMENTS HELPFUL SPEECHES AT THEj DRY FARMING CONGRESS D I (From the Herald's Man of Dry Farming in Mon- and the enlargement of an educative Billings, Mont., Oct. the tana." He said, in part j ampaign. We are aiming, to supply 'Dry-Farming Congress Alfred Allan-; crops on the experimental dry -this need through the experiment and son, agronomist of Montana A'gricul- over the state average the best emonstration farm, to illustrate to j tural College, Bozeman, Mont., and yields to-date. Edmonton Will Go After the Stanley Cup Aftermath Of the I World Series Ottawa, Oct. ton Hockey challenged for Edmon- has again Cup Today; Mr. Martin secre- tary of the Ottawa Hockey Club, re- as many people.as possible the soil member of the board of governors of "The crops on the experimental dry management and' the crops that will! the Dry Farming Congress, discussed farms over the state average the best the largest returns to the set- "Dry Farm Crop Production Essen- yields to'date. 'tier. tials." He said in part: j "The studies on moisture and ter- are coupling these endeavors i "Included in the aim of the Dry confirm and reinforce the our Farmers' Institute work: Buffalo Oct usual crop Congress is an effort to sults of previous years' work. (First, in holding meetings during the good stories comes out of'the world's ibricS to.the knowledge of the world'; studies on crop rotations growing season on the various scries scrap and President Stein facts regarding the possibilities of for the .dry farm. In Montana and farms and explaining the work a; Wort nf f.ho. Wai i the noh-irNcated farming: lands of adapted to maintain the soil fertility Sis results. At. other seasons of. tl Hart of the local club have and the brought some home with tfiem, oneithe aricl an'd semi-arid regions., -in or- have been fully..started and we be- year the Institute carries the accum- :der that these lands may be brought information which will hilated information of these farms 'to in particular, which was overlooked the Detroit papers, being in- teu-iting. Oa Saturday-night the. entire Pitts- eeived a letter from C. Chauvin, secre jbuix Club was eating dinner in the Poiichartrain dining-room which was crowded with notable men in every tary of the Edmonton Club, in which Chaurin notified the Ottawas that it was the intention of the Edmonton Club to seek dates- again. The t Edmonton Challenge has been received by- the they--are 1-as strolledinto mow considering Whether. or not j Jennings in his street.., clothes is a it will be accepted will not be known i comparatively .fine- .looking; jnan. He i into a state of usefulness and to Ver-v Sreat value sist, the farmers who take up these 'years. lands to succeed'and become perma-' "Tnere nent contented home builders in the communities. the light of the knowledge, so few [other parts of the state and by bulle- tins and through the press we aim to are increasing signs of the results the widest possible creasing opposition to the extension d'stribution. We are doing all our of the dry farm work. Many more junds will permit to increase the What you want _, is an tdison Phono- graph 'of the business and professional .men taking a lively interest in dry farm development and there is aj line o! life, when about 7.30 o'clock far gained by farmers and investigat-! Huvher Jennings, sore at heart, but ors, it would seem that there are A outwardly the same cheerful Hughey certain broad essentials which must aroused public interest. .States Keclamation Service, 1 I "Through increased appropriations Jed the utilization of dry farming and Uni anil effectiveness of this work." Moisture Conservation i Director Newell, of the United] be observed if the farmers are to con- tinue in this branch of agriculture. 1 have chosen to emphasize two which from the state and increased dona- tions from the -railroads, the station on methods of moisture conservation. .He said in part: O nbt be misled. The only kind of soiifid- reproducing machine thaHi perfect is the one that invented and the one that Edison makes. It is the one with the smooth and perfect sapphire that doesn't require changing with each record and that doesn't scratch two points alone that should influence your decision. Only in the Edison do you find the music-reproducing idea at its best. Don't take our word for it. Compare the Edisom Phonograph with all otter instruments side by side, om the same music, if pottibie, and then you will know better than we: can tell you. until the trustees-finish their over to the -table seem to merit the special considefa- of the; new set of rules. Mr. Foran i Fred'' Clarke was dining injtion of dry farmers. These are states: that nothing will'be done re-; company with- Barney Dreyfus and -proper moisture conserving soil till- the cup challenge for Wapncr. The .Buffalo people were at 'age, and due regard for the practices table close by. -As Jennings tnter- which will maintain the soil in a three weeks but in the meantime they are pouring in. The -Nelson challenge is "understood to be on its way from Lester Patrick the Gait team, champions of the Ontario Professional League have ed the joyful chatter stopped and a productive state. sort of bush .'fell over the crowd. The "The. name of this branch of Tiger leader walked right over to cultural science 'Dry. Farming' ;has been able to' double the number i "The ideal, combination of coadK of -demonstration dry farms over the Jtiohs leading to success in farming in Btate. jthe arid and semi-arid west is found Some v Observations Made jiwhere it is possible to nave a rela- "During-each year-the attempt .is kively small tract of well irrigated] j made to get first-hand information .Hand; adjacent to a. large area of-dry i jabout some hitherto, unvisited section 'farming and grazing land. This per- the state- During, the last season mits of the widest diversity of.occu- word that they open for I congratulate you. You have a dates. (baseball team and they are; abl Cobalt, champions of ihe know of no man to whom I Clar.ke and-holding out his hand, said: ;piies an unusual' condition in relation "Fre'd, from the: {to the supply of moisture. earning Renfrew-, champions of Federal, andrthe Winnipeg- Strathco- nas, champions of Manitoba, have al- rather pay ibis tribute than FrsvJ adding with 'a smile, the-po'-s-jbl-; exception of Hu-ghey Jen.- the only particular in which this class of farming differs from the hu- mid or. irrigation, farming is in the trips away from the .ipation and the rounding out of an es- lines. have; been made, along jtablishmeht practically complete in In fact jthe northern part of :thc state. These [itself.. The irrigated land is capable Mid ia Caoafe at tke to f lia.jo. Sturfard .Jlecordb, (twice GnmA Records, tsc. are E4nom Go W tkc MM! the ud Ambcr.I Get MttftJete htm your from tu. NATIONAL FHONOGftAFH COMFANY AW.. OfWM N. J., U. S. A. WEPT WHEN THEY HEARD THE NEWS have very: much'increased our of the: large extent of farm ;countr7 great pos- so challenged.! The rStrathcona ehal-jiuags." lenge has first call: and they are sure Clarke to get dates. will be only-two or three series- at .the .best and it is likely that the trustees will reject had hii hand Sifeet in a n-niute. "Thank you, and was -or. that makes the. joy of victory those of all the teams which intend i the sveetcr making up all-star sevens from all j With one acccrd the entire dini of producing each year one or more good crops which can be" counted on with almost mathematical precision. Where the climate is favorable, fruit trees, berries, bushes and garden vege- matter of limited moisture supply j-sibilities development that are The farmer must, therefore; direct >ure to come advent of the _________________________ a _____ his tillage and cropping., operations m settler the country. In the east- [tables nourish, and shade trees such a manner as to make fullest .use ern part of state trips were made Of the natural precipitation. This is olit from Baker and: Wibaux and we over the country. Jumping from one 10onv it was a PittsbiiK {available. Surface cultivation must team to another is now prohibited in cheered the be practiced at the proper time, and and trustees Foran and Ross will -like JTi.qer leader to the echo. Adams ly bar from future Stanley hc-io. cf the series, was all who were not with their present, alone at a table and the crowd ti teams when..the various champion-jed him and up-the acclaim ships were won last year. 1m, essential in .order that the plants favorably impressed with the may grow, and equally so in order country. A trip north from Roundup, that the plant food supply locked. up mear tne center of the" state, revealed by nature in the soil may be [brought into a soluble state .and so become a very large, extent oi fine rolling flowers are possible for the beautify- ing .of the home. "On the adjacent dry farming land, with, ordinary skill and in average i years, the grains or other standard field crops can be produced. If in exceptionally dry seasons or by rea- The Marquis received, a report'of..the assassination in his cabin oft., -the steamer Stsuta Maru, on which he ar- rived last night from He had spent a sleepless .night. Tke news of the assassination, came to, him in a cipher telegram from the Japanese government embassy ,at Lon don, soon after a similar message from .the secretary of the Imperial House at Tokio had been received here but not delivered to the son. "I knew father was at Darien." liberal and philanthropic the Marquis." "His-murder was Mass., Oct.: 26 When the Honorary Japanese..; Commercial Commissioners who; arrived in this city, from Boston.early advised of the assassination of Prince Ito, Baron Shibusawa, of the; commission and .promi- nent of the Japanese visitors wept. bitterly. "Personally, Prince Ito was a v .early maturing, hardy strains of the different crops" must be planted. I ..arm country. j "In all the districts we visited of hot winds these crops are not jwe heard of equally as the irrigated land from Glendive we heard ;over temporary depressions until said. "He was liked by all people with whom he came in contact. Be- the foremost, maker of new .Japan in the futy years of Ivery flattering reports from the Red .there conies a favorable year-when I his: political life, he was often expos- "As. new farming communities are Water divide and in the southeastern the will repay the labor lost i ed to the danger of assassination, but tJ u v 1.J.J- V VA1V Vi iW" V J i ,_ opened up, the tendency .is for those corner of the state the Ekalaka coun-'durine; lean, years. The dry f arm-i 7. Srace ot fteaven, he has been _ 1 J 'hoo-h -nr'ic. PROPOSED JEFFRIES-JOHNSON a climax for 'on3 cf _ A the hardest fought series in the lus- SCHAP -it torv of baseball. flashing, up with cneei-s who first the lands'to'start try as veiy favorably, spoken of. a skimming process. .By this I mean i "But the settler is coming in >s7ew York, pet. graphed from California .last night that N. S. Needham, ofCoalinga, .Calif-, ,had offered for the O'CONNELL'S Ottawa, Oct. famous tag land also useful purpose irom time to time for a. home range lenjoving the of health to contribute mlich to oil reducing crops like creasing numbers both from the east jfor the cattle, and if the farm other cereals, year after and west. We found them locating in (U-nds up into the foothills to year, and return nothing to the land greater or less numbers in nearly grazing lands the cycle to compensate lor the food elements ery section, of the state. No large; pportunitv is complete. ex- the I pan hereafter. j "His countrymen will nearly all agree that the Emperor had'no, ad- remov.ed in the crops harvested, dry farmers make this mistake "If district has, during -the past year, es- "From the irrigated area there can; it'caped their attention, and those led in 011 always be had green fodder for the viser in whom_ he had more confi- dence. .The late Prince never hesitat- the face of adversity and" was pense account of Tom O'Connell, the nation and the world have Jefiries-rJolmson encounter found no confirmation here today. At'; o{ Montreal, in .connection with interest in the store of plant food the Jeffries headquarters Sam gerr speaking for the fighter, was .will be in spite of the warning of past (the ground early -enough to crop 'cattle and .hay can be cut for feedine; i ex-iexperiences. The community, thejseemed w-ell pleased with the returns. Curing severe "winters. This1 ideal- ar-] a most -devoted servant. "He served five terras as Prime toy cast doubt upon the story, j "No: telegram or of; any kind has been received from Mr. Needham or any one from Cbalinga for the Minto Cup in July more trouble. Mr. P. D, ..Ross., chair- man of the board of 'Minto Cup trus- tees, has received from the New West games held, in :the soil .treasure house, or elsewhere offering for-the; I .minster ..club a strongly worded, letter in ..which -they vigorously protest fight. We would be pleased to con- sider such an Coffer, but it has .not "been said Berger. Jeffries himself, laughed at the sto- ry and said: "Perhaps the wires got The bis; fellow was out early this, k walk grossly "unfair to, expect a challeng- as this is a great Some Things to Do. 'But from thc standpoint of J.-L .LJ-LfiL V V X _ has .een poSsiMe oi real- _ the jzation in a few instances on rcclam- state, the Agricultural College and ;atiorf projects where the farms could from which future j the Experiment Station this -incoming .jjg arranged in such manner that 40 dt-ties, he thought, of his other duties in the settlement of Korean affairs. This was in a more or less chaotic. generations must get their supply of of the new settler increases thc work or more lie under a canal with! Despite the.: earnest .en- life's necessities. land I the responsibility rest- "The dry farmer cannot grow wheat ling upon 'them. These settlers are continuously without inviting up farm work under a new en- !so to.secure legislation by which the ter.; He must include soil improving Ivironm en t where eastern methads of 'owner of 40 or 80 acres within .the remainder extending above the of Attempts have been made al-'fnends' it was a position m which he could serve his. country- men best and in which 'he intended to an act of Korean revenge. There is a strong party there which detests Japanese rule and which woul-d be disposed rather to accept a, Russian regime in Korea." Notwithstanding his grief, and the son, who is a -Vice- Grand Master of Ceremonies at the Ja- j Court of Tokio, will continue bis jcirney to Paris and accomplish, the on which he, has been. sent. This mission is the purchase els for the trosseau of the Imperial Prix ess. Kaiser's Message Berlin, Oct. William today sent-the following message, ito the Emperor of'Japan: "I have heard of the murder of Prince Ito.' I pray Your Majesty to accept my sincere sympathy in. the loss of so faithful, and trusting states man." Must Return .At Once Genoa, Oct. Hirkumi today received a message from Baron _> against being, forced to pay Mr. T. crops such as'alfalfa and peas-to keep farm practice cannot be followed Irrigated tract could obtain title-to a j O'Connell (his expenses west. They (up the humus content and nitrogen j where ignorance or carelessness' in jiarge area, of dry. land near the claim that selection of an-eastern-man j supply, and roust grow live stock in .'farm work can. have but one The suggestion has also to handle games two thoLieand miles jorder that the valuable plant food failure. And yet the soil is most fer- !considered of endeavoring to segre- an insult to western la-j elements may not be needlessly ship-j tile, the climate favorable, and where'gate the dry lands which surround the devote the remainder of his life. iHayaihi, Japanese Ambassador at "Prince Ito'.s policy regarding Kor- awav was crosse officials and that it is also ped from the farm." jiiuoojLv Uw Dry Farming In Montana j conservation and the selection of the'available for morning, an ,00 a ris defending t-eam to put up I Prof. F. B. Linfield of Montana Ag- right crops are made large success community througli Oentral and up r side Drive. Some time this after- to noon he is to pay a second visit the surgeon, who removed an obstruc- tion in the right nostril yesterday, jm to haye his .left nostril cleared in a fashion............... Berger would not comment on John for officials. They hope that in future jricultural College, addressed the in-j may ths trustees will not find it- necessary stitute session of the Congress on! "There is need for the continuation to name eastern men for such tasks i _......................... J proper and known methods of water i reclamation project, making these the use of the entire as a general grazing (ground or home range to be cared for 'or the water users' association." beeniea was to guide the Emperor and people of Korea in stch a way that they would have more confidence in Japan and that thev would not risk Rome, stating that a cable message their own b' to west. Nevertheless they make it plain that their cheque ts r-eady for mailing to'Aid. O'Connell, should the trustees demand it. to say, telegram, asking for an appoint- ment with Jeffries here tomorrow, further, than to say that the two men