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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LttHBRIDOl KII.ALO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, INI. PAGE TI THE HERHLD'S REKL ESTATE MARKET FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in this Newer Lethbridge. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. W. R. DOBBIN. ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Corner Round and Dufferin Streets T T T JL t Phone SPECULATION STANDS IN THE FARMERS' WAY (Continued from Front Page.) "Such problems as were mentioned j should be more generally early in this report are capable of solution. When the rainfall is so low that i there is a question as to its suflicicn- j cy for crop production, one experi- T 'merit station will make the test for Iv-H-I- t Business location on Redpath St., 50 foot frontage, develop the resources of the handles, balance easy terms. 'the information of hundreds of peo- I pie. The speculator will drift on to i other fields. "The progressive and. substantial I real estate firms will remain in the following "1. The selection of a location for a dry-land farm. Here not only the i average, annual precipitation, but al- ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK 'JL A Good Lots in Riverview, a splendid build- 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months to bring to the problem capital an-d business enterprises. "Back-East farming will give way before such a campaign as -the Dry Farming Congress can and will carry .T..UT. on. The scientific farmer will take the place of the misfit. "The summer rainfall situation AVill be met by using crops that not only groAv, but thrive best under such COR- ing site, f R. V. GIBBONS so the distribution of the rainfall, es- pecially during the growing months, j should be considered. "2. -The choice of crops for the dry j inuds: Crops that are most likely to! sutvjve successfully the critical per- iods, thatcharacterize the country country i should be planted. N- I "3. Farming methods. These should: be planned and carried out Avith a I view to safeguarding the plants of af during the most1 uifavorable times. They should invariably, so! us possible, anticipate critical t periods. "4. Crop improvement. The be-i havior of crops during critical per ditions. Experiment with and of such crops is work for the J, agricultural colleges and the seed- OWN ACRES along the now Weyburn line and south of Grassy Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Being owners we can make pricc-s to you. If you have a No. 1 piece of land and will sell right, we are in a positi'-'ii to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. TWO NEW COTTAGES iu Ine North Ward, on water and sidewalk. These cottages are now renting at per month and are an excellent "buy at for the A and' L. S. K1PLEY Tel. 294 Office Block Good Residence Lots In Block D, couth of Barracks each Only a few left I MONEY TO LOAN I iods should be carefully sible for any weeds to be missed, or j Surviving plants should be harvested! any part of the ground to' remain un- i T and their seed should be propagated. stirred. The frame work revels the T so the improvement work per-I land and crushes the clods while the.. T OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 V breeding farms of the southwest. T; "The blowing of the mulch formed by natural forces may not be knives destroy the weeds and loosen .j J. and lost. Any knowledge gained through j the ground to the depth of three inch- j t t T T T X t T i? iT 'I i FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. -H- -K-I-I -lii i H i -H-H- i 1 i FOK SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of North Ward. School. cash, balance very easy 320 acres eight miles south of main line C.P.K. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH drifting of surface soils was met by i observation during these periods one farmer who planted his crop rows j should, so far as possible, be applied between the corn stubs of the previ-j in the farm practice." ous year. Destroying Weeds "Large portions of "the j C. HagensOn, agronomist of there is reason to believe, are best utah Agricultural College, spoke on the value of implements for destrov- fitted for grazing. Millions of acres, however, are capable of profitable farming. The shortcomings of 'this 4- latter portion, an agricultural empire in itself, the pluck, science and gen- ius of man will in time overcome. Its natural advantages are dormant, awaiting the touch of his moving and 11'.H-I-H -I' I IM.-1- guiding hand." The Choice of Crops" ing weeds. He said in part: "No subject is of greater import- ance to the arid farmer of to-day es and so form a perfect mulch. I think the efficiency of the machine will be increased bytmaking the frame of channel iron and then fastening the knives on Avith clamps so that they can be either raised or lowered to any desired depth. A still better im- plement could be made of -it by i mounting'on Avheels and providing a J i leA'er to raise or loAver the knives. JL OFFICES AT THE- Whitney Block than the securing of implements par- ticularlr suited -to his needs. Imple- ments that will keep Ins soil in thej Three horses are used on the imple- is draAvn over the ground as often as necessary, three -being the possible condition for the rapid growth of his crops "One of the most times needed irnple--, ound QVer_ It costs T about twcutv. dollars for the material T I I11-I-I-H- S Lots In Is orth Ward, one block from school and stores, ea. sections Raw Land, 4 miles from Warner, all steam ploAv proposition, per acre 10 000 acres on Loth-bridge-1 Improved Farms near Saxon sand Carman gay for cash, or making of the implement; As to the selection of a location j raents, at least down our way, is one am sure will be found a vaiu- and the choice of crops, the total an- 1 that will, with a small amount of; addition to our small supply of nual .amount, the distribution I time and labor and a smaller amount iarrniQE impiements. throughout the year, and j of money, .enable the farmer to de-j among the growing months; sbouiu stroy that are so plentiful on" invariably be taken into account. Moreover, as indicated by our summer-fallowed land. These weeds. Proper Implements 'Implements that :do -the work as- if allowed to grow, rob the land of' signed to them properly and cheaply its valuable moisture and plant food are the only ones that can -be profit- J. in An T H-toKri survey, frcnv up, X ence with alfalfa, it should he deter- acres on sa F r _. used Qn our because 'fallowing, the conservation of mois- so much -depends upon little things crop payments Freeman, Maeleod and Graham j Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE j. growth the plants of a crop arc most ilikclv to need au abundance of wat.-r j ture because we may as. well grow., being properly done and at the right This being-known, it should be detfr-I a crop of grain as a crop of weeds, mined whether, in the section under! "One day last year while, travelling time. 'If it be true that he who makes P. 0. Bos 679 .j. j ccmsi.deration, the necessary m through one of the most weedy dis-.' two blades of grass groAv where only i i rf-M-i-i.-H-I-I- NORTH new 5-roomed Cottage and stable with room for four horses and four lots.. IM50, cash, balance one year. I JL i Illinois-Alberta Realty Co, Oliver. Block PHONE 290 T T J. i T 4. could be made available at'the roper tricts of the state of Utah, I sudden-! on-e grew before, is a benefactor of time In other words, it is .i.-wise Iy came upon a genuine oasis in a mankind, how much .greater benefac- desert of weeds, a paradise of clean-j tor is he who makes-two bushels of liness and order as compared with j wheat grow.'where only-one grew be- the weedy chaos surrounding. -No'fore, or we may say in the case of weaiy traveller in the great Sahara' the arid farmer, thirty bushels where desert ever gazed upon a fertile spot j none grew before. The arid farmer j to say that wheat, for example, (.an I be successfully grown in a countrv because that country-r'.reives X an average annual rainfall of 12 incn- jweaiy traveller in the great Sahara the arid farmer, es or even 20 inches. It must be known whether the country is fre- quently subjected to what would be critical periods for the crops to be grown there. The length and intens- -H- 4-M- 1 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for -j- sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lettbridge j. P. 0. Bos 254 j ity of these periods also considered. -x should "be At the -third annual session of this desert Avith greater thanks- tlian I -did tpon this Here in the midst of a sea of Aveeds' Avas a farm where riot a in the giving farm. is learning to utilize the great ener- gies which God has given us through nature he is harnessing the sun and the moisture and is causing them to weed Avas to be seen. The grain was'-do the bidding which superior in-telli- ripening pure and free from the and law commands. Where for7 croachment of the enemy. The sum- merly ovr cows roamed the grassless Are now, .open, for business. Their territory, auy place in Southern, Alberta. They are prepared to'... bay or unim- proved land for spot cash. Thej will sell to actu- al settlers having the ne- cessary equipment f o r farming, on a ten yearpay- mient plan, one-tenth down Have you the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm only able to make a small '.-ash or dp yo'ti" wish to enlarge your farm by buying adjoining land We can help yon. We can also make you a farm loan. Call or write The Farm Security Co. .H..H..I--H--H -I-M i I-H-I-H- T hill's and valleys in search of a spear of grass, they can now lie down con- tent under the shade of trees in'green pastures. Where the farmer once scratched the ground an-d sowed his seed, not knowing what his results were to be they were usually very now we see waving fields of grain, well filled barns and gran- aries, and smiling faces as the result of scientific arid farming." Houses for Sale We have a large list of ful- ly modern houses for sale- Iu all parts of the 'city at mod- erate prices. SMALL CASH PAYMENTS will handle any of them, with balance payable from 2 months to 2 years See us before buying else- where. J. I. EAKJN CD, J ,807 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Monireal) Telephone 88'3'j..... It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 Congress, Mr. E. R. Col- j mer fallow, two hundred acres in ex- orado. stated that in his farming- op- tent, was clean and smooth and loose erations, which, as is well known. ready with its store of moisture to have been remarkably successful, he start the neAv crop successfully along always anticipated that 'Every year j its groAvth. I naturally stopped and would be a dry year, Avith the mini-i made inquiries as to the methods i-scd mum amount of precipitation during by the owner which brought such Are You Looking for a Safe In- iji CHEAP- Lots 4 and 5, Block 93, for f i each. Half cash, balance easy i The H. Macbeth Agency The Golden West Realty Co.j 2 Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers T JL T Wanted to purchase for spot- cash 2 or 3 Lots in Westminster X X Road, north of track, state lowest price. T f For Sale, 2 Lots on Bartlett Street, S500 each for cash, a par- ticularly good buy. Wanted to purchase small house and lot, cash payment about j- balance as rent, send particulars. T North Ward spur track lots each, 40ft. frontage to each lot 7 for cash. 4 the grOAving season.' In other words, his farming methods are planned 'and executed in such a way. as to guard against the possible ill effects of crit- ical periods and this is an indirect way of stating the practical impor- tance of these periods. Not only should'the soil moisture be conserved for use in these critical times, but the question of the crops to plant, the rate of seeding; the time of plant- ing, to a certain extent, and practi- cally all Other qtestions of dry-land crop production should be seriously considered in their relations to the critical periods. "Although it is during the periods under discussion that the farmer suf- fers the greatest immediate losses, yet these periods are by no meaus entirely detrimental. If they are properly guarded against, their unde- sirable effects can be often avoided splendid results so from his neighbors. vastly different The owner smil- I ingly led me out to the implement shed where he pointed to a home- made implement and said 'This 'is the implement that has done it all. This is my harrow, my disc, my leAr- eler and my Avecder. It is the only thing that I use after plowing my land until I seed it the following au- tumn. I have used it nOAV for eight years and you see the results. Mv land was just like my neighbors' Avhen I began, now 1 have no trouble with because my machine de- stroys them. I have no lumpy or un- even ground because it pulverizes anri levels; I have no trouble with my land- drying out because a perfect mulch is always formed which con- serA-es the moisture.' I had a model of this implement made and haA'e brought it with me here. The im- i or reduced to a minimum, and 'by a I plement as the farmer made it con- careful application of scientific meth- sists of a rectangle ten feet by four I ods they can be very profitably util-, feet, made of tAvo inch planks eight JL izcd. i JL i T I i Phone 261. Office Crabb St, opp. Bank of Montreal J. i-he behavior of the plants of inches wide. To the under side of each of the tra-foot planks are bolt- QUEEN'S STUDENT HURT Kingston, Ont., Oct. E. H, Har- rimaTU of Fort William, freshman, at Queen's University, was so badly hurt about the head in a rush between the sophomores and freshmen that he is in the hospital suffering from a slight concussion of the brain. Other HE MUST HANG steel tAventy-four inches long. The steel is K-nt eight inches from end to end so that it Avill dip down behind the plank. The knives are students were also hurt. are most strikingly evident. Tro fects of different conditions of tilth, j rates of seeding, etc.. etc., are al- Toronto, Oct. St.-fiolf, more at these times, the Macedonian who butchered Vani methods, too, are frequently Smirneff in ,a Macedonian settlement house last April, was sentenced to hang on December 23 by Justice crop is carefully observed during crit- i cd nine knives made from one-fourth ical the importance of careful observation at these times can not be too strongly valuable knowledge will be sained. It is during these times that :he bolted to the plank diagonally at an plants shoAv their greatest diffe-.-otie-1 angle of forty-five degrees by means es the good and the inferior .plants j of bolts. The bend is about three tidies, deep which alloAvs the knivos to Avork that distance beloAv the sur- u.fe of the ground. The long part ot the steel below the bend is sharo- enel on the front side so that wecJs dell today. The court was The case will be appealed. :uggested by the study of a crop that, j will be cut, this blade being about is undergoing severe conditions or thirteen inches long. The, knives on the A-alue of already known methods ihc front plank slope to the right may appear with added force.. uhilc those on the rear plank slopo The importance of critical periods in the opposite direction, to the left. in drv-land crop production, then. This arrangement makes it impos- VTT t T f I i t i vestment, with a good prospect of Making Big: Profit, and your Money Guaranteed with Interest If you are, read this over carefully. We have 25 nice level building lots on Westminster Eoad, just south of the Fair Grounds. We sell these lots for each, on a cash payment of on each lot. Balance S25 in three, sis, nine and twelve months. We will insert this clause in your agreement of sale: At the time of making last payment on lot or lots, if you prefer your money back with bankable interest, in preference to a clear title to .the lot or lots which your agreement calls for, we -wr.11 to refund your money. If the lots double in value, it is your gain, if they slump in value, it will be our loss.. GALVIN-HATFIELD Co. HALF SECTION in 7-19 Between WiJson's Siding and Stirling per acre cash, balance five }rears at 6 per cent, j Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage j; George M. Hatch 'J i Land Co. Successors to Hatch and Coons. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY X Phone 159 Oliver Block "fr P. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. Ha-V 1 SB Don't Delay: Only a few mow Lots left in subdivision of acre lots 4 ft 5 west of McKillop st, close in, inside lots each, terms to suit Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. Successors to W. R. DohHin Co. Ground Floor Office: DOOR- SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE ;