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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A r/The oven in The Kootenay Steel Ranfz is ventilafed Koote Ran. London ^Toronto- Montreal Winnipeg Wancouvcr-Sr.JohrvN. A WEEK IN THE STATES MINNKSOTA BROD1E & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS I Ok Bote! Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVCLING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY |LETHBR1DGE - ALBERTA OlOTOTO'OXXOTOIQKAQflHQSS 'a) ROYAL * HOTEL 1 TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IX CONNECTION ^olj'oTo'KoToToTololo'o^ COOL AND REFRESHING! Rowet't Lemon Squash, Rowat's Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caley's Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, All Good and Wholesome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 QIOTO OTOloroTO.OlO.OIOTOlOIOIOTOTOIO.OlOjD ^e4>+^�eeeM * WESTERN jWAREHOUSE &. TRANSFER CO. m. I Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing and General Delivering. Coul Delivered Promptly. . HAY, OATS. SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AOENT3 FOR McCormick & Cockshutt Machinery *.' Webber and Adams Wagons v Canada Carriage Co.'s Huggies, Etc. J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager Eeee#��*+�4*>^�tH�e44> DRAYING All kinds of Draying and Team work done promptly. EARL KIRKHAM Central Boot A Shoe Store F, H EN SO N Letubridge, Altu. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. Hoy Own of St. Paul Park, was jailed on tin? charge of forgery. A passenger trnin struck and killed William Flemoyor near N��\v I'lm. Peter 1 .arson unci William Lyons wore killed by thi> heat in Minnonp -piil is. Daniel Otvllughor of .Minneapolis, was killed by sunstroke 11011 r Alhor'l Lea. George Nehr ncciilontully fell Into I hp Mississippi nt Wat ul) nn�l xvns drowned. A switch engine probably fatally injured Chester Cook, nn 8-year-old Minneapolis boy. J. ii. Huns' elevator ut Altura. i was burned with 5.000 bushels of hurley. Lous, 87,000 j Frank Tieniey, n St. i'mil boy,  was drowned In Thompson's lake. I having ventured beyond his depth, i Arthur F.llison, recently from llir-iintnghant, ICiiglntid, was done out of ! $50 by a pool shark in St. Paul. ! Frank Flynn, a Minneapolis young ! man wus killed by being run over by j a freight which he attempted to 1 board. While delivering milk in St. Piiul, ('has. Knowlan. aged l-l. was ser -iously injured by the wagon passing over him. Mrs. John Rivggor, a young wo -man of Diamond lllufl. went bevond her depth while bathing in the Mis -sissippi nnd j>erii�heil. The Minnesota Milling Co. trans ferrert Its mill and all other property ut Little Falls to the Northwestern Milling Co.. for $100,000. I William Wright assaulted his wife ; north of Duluth nnd she is expected 1 to die. She was about to become a mother. A posse tried to get Wright While helping his father to make a raft of logs, the lfl-yenr-old son of | Harry Thorn full into the Mississippi iseven miles above Aitkin and lost his life. 1 Philip MeCrenry. connected with the advertising department of a Du- ' luth newspaper, is suppose! to have Iwen drowned in Spirit Lake while I fishing. ! After standing off neighbors who ; sought to interfere, Olo Olson, a fur-|mor near Houston turned Ids rifle  on himself and blew out his brains lie hml been drinking Harry Hayes and Charles Humil -ton. burglnrs from Petroit, Mich were captured by the police of Mill neapolls. whither they confessed hnv ' ing conie to ply their trade, j A double-track bridge wi-l lie built Uicrofss the Mississippi m St Paul for the use of all the railroads cen , tering there but one. which already has its own bridge. The structure 1 will cost SHOO.fHMi. lohn Peshon's general store at Minneisku was hnruc-d by lightning i Loss, $7,000. ( While swimming ut taike Adloy ! near Parker's Prairie. Holier! Mur 1 ray was stricken with heart I'uilur !aml perished. I Henry Dankert, of Milwaukee, was 'murdered by two companions in St. 1 Vnul. IMnkert had a criminal record ' and is thought to have been killed by a pal in it quarrel over n division 1 of stolen goods. . I Charles A. Nelson, of Morgan, was arrested at Kvun for burglarizing the Dahl poNtoltlco ami getting K.'irt ! He was in the employ of the post � ( muster at the time. Nelson, who is ! only IV years old. confessed. A dozen young girls of Clark, submitted to the removal of sections �f their skin so It could lie grafted on the body of Miss Mat tie Amundson, of llradley, who was badly burned by a gasoline explosion. The (.Mark girls were entire strangers to Mist AltlUfUtMOtt. As he stepped from the doors 1 he Sioux Falls penitentiary, upp�r�. eiitly a five man after serving a -month term for horse "rustling" ia Lyttmn county, "Hob" Nickorsonxvas urrcsted on n charge of grand lar -cony committed in Orcgory county. IOWA The $20,000 high school ut Man -son was hunted. Christian Springer, of Cedar Rup-ids was overcome by heat and di�4 live minutes. Mrs. F.d. Long of Dows, Is In a critical condition from blood polsoa-Ing following the bite of a grasshopper. The .'l-yoitr-old daughter of Philip Karser near Uiporte, drank a bottle of medicine containing opium and died In a few hours. The Republican deadlock In the thirty-seventh senatorial district was broken by the noiivinntion of C. P. Peterson, of Clarion, on the 0ih ballot. While turning-it rati near Harcourl �\. .1. Core, an electrician, was thrown twelve feet in the air. He fell on his head anil broke his neck, dying instantly. Fire starting from a gasoline explosion, destroyed the DoOrow restaurant at Primffhar, fatally burned Mrs. T)e( years of age and his wife is ftO. tleorgeW. Meeker, an employee of a gas machine company at Waterloo, was found dead in the vault of nn auto garage. The cuuse of death was either ttxphyxintion or lieing overcome by the heat, there being no ventilation. Miss Henrietta SumiiU'i's. aged IS, oPrivtlr nomination for governor of New York, In spite of Hearst's denunciations of Tummuny. .lohn D. Rockefeller' Is credited with 11 temptation to endow a homo (or chorus girls to the extent of $100,000. The proposition is that, nn eiiunl amount be raised by Miss Marie Cahill, the actress, who planned the enterprise, The Illinois Democratic convention nt Peoria tabled. W. .1. Hryan's ' 'he ol>l1 ol' August early planted alfalfa Is usually veil established and no drouth can kill It. The tops tuny dry out hut the crowns will bud out nguln when spring comes. A comminution of dry weather undlmrd frost near the itero mark or below may sometimes kill out a |>ercoiiluge of the plants, but thi* rarely hbp-|H>ns more, than once in a quarter of a century, and then mostly on Irrigated land cracks and dry out In winter much more tlvun does Ian.I which has never been irrigated. A good disking or harrowing as soon as the last cutting is off, is t'he lies I DR, P. W. TULLER MIYSIC1AN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Office-0�er Ott'n Uarber Shop. Hoori-11:(>0 to I'JMMi noon; .1:00 to .VDO p. tn.; 7:00 to 8:;i0 p. in. Office Night Bdll and 1'elef>non� SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Borrlstoi's &c. LBTIIHUIUOB AND CAUDSTQN Lotlibridgo OfhVo, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Form Property W, O. Simmons, H. A., Crown Proiecutc 0. V, Bbnsmtt B. A. DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfMee-Over lllg.'uhnthani'it Drugstore PHONE Office 125 House 94 t)rs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phviklam, Sutgtons, Accouched Oflico-Wrtlpulh St. cor. Runlott. Honrs- Boforc II a.m., 2 !l p.m., 7-8 p.^in. SmidnyB- 2.:�l to St.S�) p. in. Telephones -II nnd 5H. V. H. M uwuriis W. S. 0 amikaitii M.I). CM. Ml). CM. Drs. DeYeber & Campbell TMtysicians and -Snr^pons truding or .blind piles, flisappeitr tike magic. Sold by J. D. Illginbotham & Co. Growing Alfalfa wlfhwit Irrigation flty R. E. Parsons in the Scientific Farmer.) Alfalfa has lieen raised for cen -liirio.s in the driest purls of the earth as tho greatest drouth resisting fodder plant, known. It stand.s under irrigation equally well, but it is believexl by somo that years of irrigation have slightly impaired its drouth resisting qualities and that the seed from the Turkestan variety is the best for the dry far- j preventive for this. The age of dry land alfalfa depends more on the gophers than anything else. These little pe.sts do not 'ive on the root but chew it. to obtain moisture. Some patches will stand for ten or til teen years while others will become pretty well thinned out in six. Mr. Joseph Kroll, ol lKiug-las County, Colo., who raises immense quantities of wheat nnd alful fa yearly by the dry system, informs me.that he considers that disking not only spreads and invigorates the alfalfa, but that it also kills linn- I dreds of gophers, thus prolonging | the life of the patch and at the same ! fMIiw time thickening the stand. i strongly advisi Offices - Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON DKNTI8T Gmdtuito Northwestern University iVutul School, Chicago. Oflice- Ott Block. Drs. McCluie & Stewart KCKOKOX IlKNTISTS J. 1). TIi^inl)othani's new block. all furmers who j Of lieu Hours -9 a.m. lo 12 11. mer to plant. I have tried both but j milk for the creameries to lessen 1 nnd no appreciable ditlerence. ' their labor and increase their profits j According to the L'tah College re-; by giving the alfalfa question their j 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. ports dry raised alfalfa contains about twenty per'cent, more nutriment than the irrigated vuriety, and is less likely to bloat stock. After once securing � stand, alfalfa without irrigation will be cut und stacked at a cost of about eighty cents a serious consideration. One neighbor of mine who never had enough to feed, planted his bottom nnd side hill land to ulfulfa, und is now cutting his seventy tons a year yilhout any irrigation whatever. Hecent alfalfa feeding eX|r. of Hichlund. aged 18 and one of the prettiest girls in tho town, shot herself with suicidal intent and is expected to die. Her father is lich. Snrgent had been attentive to the V'.ung woman  MON1 ASA. Miss Hose Roan was accidentally .hot and killed by F.dward Lunger, a boy. in Centennial Valley, lleaver-houil loimt.v. three cuttings can be harvested every season, wet or dry. without fail. Water at twelve to lli'teen, or even twenty foe>l. may prove ludter for this crop than water ul four or six feet, tin my own ranch some of my alfalfa took three years lo attain n depth of twelxe feet, but now it is impossible t,, tell it from the irrigated product. It is vipmlly prolitable to raise al-lalia on land that contains no sub-moiKlurn except that xvhich is con-servwl by cultivation, as the first ! by the use of almost any other feed, , The conclusions of tho Kansas sta -lion are embodied in tt recent lad -let in as follows: For beef production, ground Kafllr corn is about equul, pound for pound to corn and cob meal xvhen alfalfa ; hay Is fed xvlth either of these con-Icntrutes. However, with sorghum hay us n roughage. It required &7 110amis more of the ground Kalllr corn than of the corn and cob meal to produce 1O0 pounds gain. As would naturally tie expected xvhen the Kalllr corn hny constitutes the roughage of the ration, 'ill- pounds more of the ground Kalllr corn than of the corn and cob meal xvero re -: quired to produce one hundr.-l r . tho lieef nuirket on it ration of ground Kalllr. corn nnd alfalfa hay. A matter of this experiment of ron siderable interest, especially to- the A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract prices on application. Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Leth bridge. Lethhridgti, Lodge Ko. 2. l.0./TOt%0.F. , Mcel* In OlJdf^,llowt Hall ever.r VrlOir 1 eventnK >t o'clock. VIhUIiik bretbicn ate : alwiyii welcome. I W. Bennett. C. V. Bennett, j NO. Ree. ttc WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 MrelH tn Oililfcllowit' Ilall r eij m'coml and tourIh Ihuodav. vtHliur* alwiim welcome. 1 Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies , N. U. Uec. l*cc. A NV even mnntirrr.l �ccili>n noiDlnloo Altieru. exceiatng � aut Jii. not rexerfed. mtj be boineairaded by any perton wbo I* 'lie to'.c head or a faintly, or ant male over I" year* otaRc, 10 ihr evtfni ut one quarter tecilon of KU acre*, mnrv or lent. KuUim I. At leant �� muiilbk' reatdeiice upon and cultlTatlou of ibe land tn each vc|h,it uf ibe MlnUier uf tbe luterlor. When Archie l�tm>. of Duluth, who w-as sent to the penitentiary thrne years ago for forgery, xvas paroled, he went to work, earned money anil repaid his victims all the money thay had lost through his crimes. S�0i) in all. H.x the collision of a passenger ! CU,,'�K. which should be ubout a ton Ventem farmer, is the purt that the NORTH DAKOTA. W.F.. Ja*> was thrown from a linrs, while riding in the stixvls of Douny brook and probably fatally hurt. George If. Fcllotvs. a freight conductor xvas burned to death lieixracn W'illiston and Olasgoxv, Mont. He wns riding in 11 car of merchandise trnin with a sidetracked freight nt Ilurretl. Samuel F.xvult, cotuluctor of the freight, xvas killed; Engineer John Fuez. of the passenger, serious ly, if not fatally, hurt, and a fireman had an ankle sprained. Desides the remains of F.xvalt.'s body were pick.it up a pair of baby's shoes that he had just purchased for his firstborn WISCONSIN SAVE MONEY NOW - - The attorneys of the state xxill or-ijinire n movement to elect Judge Flsk, of Orand Forks, pemocrat. to the supreme bench. They object to John Knauf. of Jamestox'n, the Republican nominee against whose nomination they protested vainly- Justice Fngerud has announced that he will not serva on the beneh with Knauf/ SOI'TII DAKOTA. I can sell you lots, now in Frank Jones, from Michigan, was Tabor for 8100, that will 1*. llrownf>d wt WoanMek^ ,,. , . Fire in tho Nationnl Smelting Co's suIIhjk at S200 in a month's ,,innt tune. . UockI Fanning Land for sale W. F. RUSSELL Real Katato Agent Tabor. Alta. from Nebraska, fell at Wnonsorket and SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANKAHAN MAKDFAOTl' BEB CHOICE ANDIES AKES IB EST READ UNS City Bakery F. C. Coohe. Prop. at- Hupid City, caused SlflO. 1)00 loss Frank Cooper, i from n roof broke his neck. John Mooney xvent to sleep on the railway truck near Fulton anil xi.�s .killed by n train. An old artesian well at Frankfort that broke loose several years ago 1 and threatonod to engulf the town, , has broken out, again and the sur -rounding ground is caving in constantly. Wulworth county will sue. fifty citizens of Bel by for $10,000 damages for the destruction of tho court j house at Bangor in Doccmlior, 1004. j This xx-as un avoidant of tho county ! seat war. While stealing a ride. IVter Canity of Heedsburg, xvas cut in txvo by freight at Klroy. W. II. Peck, a prominent business man of Duluth. was drowned while bathing in St. Croix Inko ut Solon Springs, in the sight of his two little daughters, who xvero in a boat a few feet distant. Senator James A. Freur, of Hudson, ciindidato for the Republican nomination for secretary of state of Wisconsin, sued the Hudson Star -Times and New Richmond Republlc-un-Voice for libel. Many thousands of xvhipporwills invaded Chippewa Falla. Tiw sky xvas black with them. Then they lamped upon tho banks of a creek, stayed flvo hours und then flew it way. It Is bolioved tho blrxls were driven troin their neighboring places by unfavorable weather and wont to Chippewa Falls to got u rest. A riot occurred liefore tho grand stand at the fair grounds at Reeds-burg. Senator l.-n Follette teas speaking, "a-hen horsemen insisted on giv-'.ug their steals a trial before the i.ices Others objected to the senator being Interrupted. The fight last od half an hour nnd one,man xvas seriouslv hurt. to the iicro. is alwuys assured after various roughages play In heef pro-it moderately moist spring and win- ductioii. A ration ot alfalfa hay nt tor. Alfalfa needs deep soil and 10 * l",�" 1"n' vilh coral ,,r"" rock within ten feet, but provided 1 duced 100 pounds of gain for $5.13; you have txvo or throe nvt of good ,mt when Kalllr corn hay at $3 per soil on top. clay or adobe or gopher ' ion xvas substituted for ulfulfa hay, clay, will make a very fair subsoil. \ the cost, of 10O pounds of gain, was Alfalfa does not do xvell in coarse increased to $7..'12, while with sorg-| gravel. It is a grout soil restorer ' hum hay at $H per ton substituted and can ho planted to advantage on ,or the ulfulfa hay the cost wus in-any soil that is lieglnning to run/reused to 80.On. In othor xvord*, doxxn from constunt cropping. om> hushel of corn and cob meal fod Some ranrhmr-n report failures to i with alfalfa hay a.s roughage pro obtain a stand, tho cause is usually ! ducvd 11.8 pounds of flesh; thus, a ft: shallow plowing, or plant.il xvith j dilterenco of .*�.fi pounds, or 88 per (outs, which absorb the moisture und ce,H- ln f'lVor of tn" alf�lfli and hay kill it out. Alfalfa should never on- ! ration. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest I (ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDSAT The nutritive ratio of the corn and alfulfn ration won 1:0.78, or prac ticullj a balanced ration, and the average profit per steer was $8.08; j the nutritive ratio of the corn nnd j Kaflir corn hay wun 1:14.08, or an. unbalanced ration nnd tho average | profit per steer was 00j cent�;while i acquire trom tho ruys of i nutritive ratio of the corn and; SOI'TII. FAST AND WEST A terrific rain storm at Kansas OHy flooded n cemetery and exposed 200 bodies to view. Charles F. Murphy. Tammany lead or, declared for Hoarst for tho Dem- der any consideration bo planted xvith a nurse crop. There is only just so much moisture to the square inch und If another crop uhsorbs ft the alfalfa dies out for the vnnt of it. The shade Uto nurse crop affords isi of no value whatever ua tho young plants need tho sturdiness which they ran only tho sun. Tho age of Alfalfa seeds makes very little difference in its germinating power, but us a general rule always the best seed should be planted. Tho ground should lie plowed at least nine to ten inches In,depth an I harrowed finer than for, any other crop. Sod may be plowed deep and planted but it must he. disked until the surface is as Ann us old mellow soil. It. should also lie rolled or packed xvith tho Camplioll packer before disking. The liest time to plant is just .ns soon as the frost in out of the ground. Vnder tho meltingsnows and cool spring rains every seed xvill gormimvto. Tho seed should l*i lightly hurroxvod in nnd at this season of tho year will need very little covering. Ten pounds of need per item 1 haw always found ample for early planting, though tho quantity may Ikj increasinl by a few pounds for later plnnling. No seed should be planted later than Juno. On very light^colored soils the young ulfulfa may sometimes bum out before it bocomo8 establishnd, LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay Yon To See Our Stock liefore Buyi.igKlsewhore. sorghum hay ration xvas v 17.20, or much loo low in protein and a do -cidedly unbalanced ration, the aver-ugv loss per steer being $1 ,dd. The difference, then, between feeding a lutlanced and unbalanced ration was an average profit per steer of $8.03 with the former and an average loss per steer of $1.0(1 with Hut latter; or $10.fl4 in favor of the balanced ration. The results of I ho feeding tost with .10 calves conducted tbe previous year also showed alfalfa hay superior for beef production to prairie hay. oat straw or sorghum. We Can't Do It For what some othera do your work tor UT WE CAN DO Better, which is uioro important to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a Rheumatism is not incurable Stubborn? Yes! Hut Dr. Rhnop's Rhoti - imttic Remedy v ill if faithfully used ! smooth, round, comfortable edge-drive it out of the system. Its tho {no extra charge either Phone blood that's at fault. I'oisonous crystals,like sand get into the joints and muscles. Dr. Rhnop's Rhottma -He Remedy pivvents this. Tt drives Rheumatism from, tho blood and then Rlwiunatlnin dies. M'n recommend and sell it. J. P. Illginbotham &< Co. 145. . Wagon calls everywhere. Lot us try a lot for yon. Lethbridge Steam Laundry, Ltd. ;