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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Pally Herald, tturiday, September We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing: C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Go. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver We are now offering section, fenced, fine nice laying soil, four miles from elevator, two miles .from :post office. Our-price is low, ane of, course our terms the easiest. This is a ;rare opportunity for a man with good outfit. sell Quietly, Look us up today., We wait for the'land to pay for itself. WHITNEY BLOCK- L AJSJM. U-till 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. GOOB INVESTMENTS INT CITY PROPERTY Lots 9 and 10. Block 4, Alexander Addition, each, terms. These lots are within 3 "blocks "of the new school and are the, cheap- est lots in the If you .want a bargain take them at ,once. "7 roomed house corner' McDuff and Glyn streets, terms. 3 lots on Railway Avenue, only good terms. 5 acres near fair, grounds for-rent, W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson JBlock, 323 Rounfl St SCIENCE REVEALS FARMER'S ENEMY Advance in Productive Value of Land Expect- ed to Follow Action CBy F. H. -Griswold, in Chicago Tri- bune.) Tie farmers most active foe has Snap! Snap! Snap! DO YOU. KNOW, A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE ONE? North 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. a, 14, per- cash; balance to suit. Bast ,1-2 Sec. Twp. 9, Range 14, S17--00 per acre; balance to suit.. Fine "business .corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75x66; cash, bal- mce to suit. Fine corner, suitable for Jour houses, 61x125, corner Macdug and Cutbili. Price" S400 cash, suit. -.._ Remember you are buying direct from the. owner. W. J. WiUiams Phone 1069.. -534 Crabb St. TEACHERS 'CONVENTION AT' PINCHSR CREEK Dr. Tory Will Be.One of the Attendance Exoected Plncher Creek. Sept. educational gathering takes place in .f inener Creek on the Thursday and located and- the announcement of the discovery lias" awakened 'the keenest interest among all who are interested in. the soil Two 'British scientists have announced the discov- ery that loss. can of ten-'toe traced.. organism', flence it plan can be de- vised for checking its development and tnat the depletion of much soil can 'be prevented. Announcement of the discovery was made by Drs. E. J. Russell and H. Hutchinson at Sheffield, during the sessions of the British Association for tfte Advancement of These scientists -described work they had -been-toing at Rothampstead. experi- is to -be a Convention of the teachers under Inspector Brown, who we understand, exceed the..one aiundred mark. Dr. Toryr .president of the' Alberta University, is named as one of the speakers likely to .be "pres- ent. As the convention is to be open to the public there -will be a great many interested citizens in attendance at: tne .session. .fr-iday ibefore Thanksgiving. mental station, where they found evi- dences of the; -battles for mastery wag- ed .between minute organisms. They were" not able" to isolate the active principle on account-.of the difficulty of having an "opaque 'like under the microscope. They nave found A, D. Hall, director of the "Rc-tham-p- stead station, to assert that .they had made the most important''. discovery that nitrogen--couid-'be .taken from -the air ant fixed in the 'ground as "a fer- tilizer. About half a century -had passed since German scientists found that in the'roots of certain plants, were friend- ly "bacteria that aided the, farmer by FUNERAL OF LIEUT.-GOV. FRASER-WILL BE SIMPLE FOR SALE S 10-acre. plots, irrigated land for gardening 3 miles from city. Prices and S110 per acre. Terms, quarter cash, bal. S years at 7 per cent. Tie Dowsiey- lenil Company Halifax, Sept. funeral of Lieut.-Gov. Fraser will be held at New Glasgow on Thursday at three o'clock j and according to the last -vrish of the former Lieutenant-Governor, will be of the.simplest character.' A'ttorney-Gen- erai McLean, Hon.' C. Chisholm and all prominent members of the provin- cial legislature are expected to at- tend. The Federal house, it is expect- will, be represented..and many pro- minent men will also last're- spects. Montreal, Sept. Court of Appeals this morning upheld the con- stitutionality of the Quebec statute prohibits the Sunday opening of moving picture shows. .Conviction made by Judge Bazin of'a quime- toscope under this law and the com- pany applied the superior court. He refused-the application and this'de- cision has now been' upheld' by the of Appeals. NO INFORMATION ON BETTING ALLOWED Toronto, Sept. men givz- ing their addresses as New York, charged with selling" New York pa- ,the relation of nitrogen to agriculture. I i TF nrTTrn -ueoig, the scientist, AllVIII KP I IrK asserted that-if.a plant were supplied T vWllli DL1 ILK with the" mineral' constituents which later appear 'as ash it is (burnt; it will neet no further assistance as .regards dra-w its carbon and-nitrogen-from the atmos- pnere. The then, at. Rothamsted 4id not accept this theory, ibut they de- termined to'find out the truth by ac- tual tests. Beans 'Show Correct While the tests going on other scientists found out that Liebig's regard to cer- tain crops, such "as" -beans, aKalfa, etc. On: the roots'-of certain plants were round nodules in f'Which were bacteria that 'did the work of transforming ni- trogen, to useful purposes in the fields, -'ihis theory was te'ste-d at Rothamsted "and .'wag then numer- ous other theories-have -been develop- ed, many.of whichJ-cannot stand in, the .light of. present'disco very. On one the fields at Rothamsted has toeen grown continuously since On .another wheat is j Oat.; Rev. J.-, F. Chase of "Boston; Dr. grown and the ground lies JE. A. Bell .of Chicago J.Mrs. D..T. Lutes tallow the similar tojof Cooperstown, N. Rus- tnat now common .practice in some j sell Perry, New York; John B. Ham- of-.the A third fieMjmond of.Des Moines, Iowa; Arthur has devoted-to Parley since 1851.'Bui-rage'Farwell, Chicago; Prol T.W emzENSHip A Distinguished Party Wir Make Tour of Western Cities Tne 'American-- Purity Federation; of i Lacrosse, .-are sending o.ut during the, month of October a touring party of twenty offthe most -eminent speakers that can..possibly be secured for'the'purpose of carrying .on a campaign in the interests of Good 'Citizenship and .better condi- tions, while attention ,-is also given to-.modern social-reform. ,.The federa- tion includes "Rev. Dr.. Shearer of To- ronto; .W. Clark .of Leamington, in- addition there have- 'been rotation of crops with.' potatoes and with hay. Shannon, Frederickstow, Mo.; Rabb Tobias Chicago; "Prof. J Ross Wis., and oth is that.it possible to grow a cereal crop, such as wheat, year after year; The Minneapolis provided.-a suitable'- manure is used'Sept. 30, conducting.meetings at Win to .-replace -the nitrogen, phosphoriq'jnipeg, Regiria, Calgary, Lethbridge acid and potash! removed by Vancouver, thence down the Pa crops., By carefully-, keeping up. the icffic coast cities and south to New soil in, this mannerx0wiieat has returning to. Chicago 'by way grown steadily on "-one field for more tflan sixty the loss of tenuity. .Examples of'.what hap- pen -when the fertility is not kept up' are plentiful in every..1 farming' region. Weeds Wheat .Tfiose at Kotnamsted have found- that on such a field there isr no -evidence that the yield is 'becoming less, .although the adding nitrogen, to -the soil. It has'vigor of the plant decreases. The been known that whatever tne activity of" these 'bacteria bene--tain -weeds have found conditions on hag-ibeen that cer- -but sometimes thjere be a loss .that- defied ordinary explanations. Fertility'depends direct ly 'Upon the of the 'bacteria tnat are working for, the farmer's in- terests, as these small organisms pare the food that is used in the grow ing of many crops, much as other bac- teria, transform sewage. Heat Often a Remedy. According to some estimates the farj mers never recover in crops more! tnan half of the nitrogen put into the soil as fertilizer. The -waste -is pers, containing -betting information, ascribed to lack of efficiency on the were ordered .out of" the country by Magistrate 'Denison this morning: The charge was laid under the Miller Act. "Can be dependeG upon" 'is an ex- pression we all like to and when it is used in connection with Cham- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it never fails to, cure diarrohea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It" is pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and ad- ults. Sold by all druggists. FEUIT LANDS IN BKITISH COLUMBIA UPPER OKANAGAN VALLEY The Upper Okanagan Valley produces abundantly the orchard and garden pears, plums, grapes, straw- berries, blackberries, currants, etc., and vegetables that cannot be excelled anywhere. The reason is thai this sec- tion alone of the famous Ok- anagan Valley requires no irrigation. Nature supplying the required moisture which promotes -a more vigorous growth than, does that fur- nished by the ingenuity of man. The -climate is a long, warm, sunny season; the soil fertile and product- ive; tbo markets unlimited; and the shipping facilities most, Okanag- an branch of the C. P. R. and the with its miles of navigable waters both run through CARLIN ORCHARDS which have been subdivided into from 10. to 20 acre blocks and are offered at from to per acre; a small cash of the bacteria, the energies of wnich have been wasted in struggles with hostile organisms. Russell said that partial sterili- zation of the soil by heat or treatment with volatile antiseptics, such 'as -tol- uenne, caused a notable increase in productiveness and that much more plant foot was i'ormed :by the- -bacter- ia. By means of several tests it was rounc that this increased activity -was not due to heightened vigor on the part of the bacteria, but to ah" im- provement of the environment- It Jwas found that untreated soil con- 1 tained some injurious factor that was !no .tne .wneat field-so satisfactory, .that it is next to impossible to keep oat the wneat" cannot survive long in competition with -weeds. The av- erage for more than sixty years has oeen thirteen 'bushels to the acre, wnich is about equal to 'the genera} average for the United: States and for the other large producing coun- tries. As a result of the first discovery tnat nitrogen could -he fixed in the soil the' fertility of many a -field has of-the Mississippi 'River cities.. The citizens of Lethbridge are to be congratulated on being able to hear such an-Srray of-able-talent "on sub jects of timely import. At '-a' general meeting called Tues day night local arrangements it was decided to hold three morning, afternoon and Wednesday nert, Oct. 5th, the morn- ing being" devoted' to a conference with local parties interested. A- mass meeting in the Presbyterian church in the afternoon and a public general mass meeting in the evening at the Majestic theatre. A number of pro- minent citizens have already taken hold, of the work and it promises to be one of the best series of meetings of the kind held in the city for some time. The sessions are generously in- terspersed with solos and duets by members of the touring party, who are able musicians. The programme of addresses is one of the, best ever arranged ,for 'Deen restored by means rotation of Western Canada fortunate crops. Now that one of the -worst enemies of fertility has been located it seems reasonable to -believe that anotner almost equally, important step has been taken for the improve- ment of agricultural conditions. ENGINEERS SUE GOVERNMENT o.ugh to be includec. in the itinerary will enjoy a treat seldom surpassed on the continent. CANADIAN PACIFIC PLANS NEW HOTELS Number Will Be Erected Next To Establish Swiss Colony Near Golden. PLACE ORDERS NOW Tor your wants from the Fursery. Plant late in October and not :next spring. .Be sure and include a few eight foot Kussian Poplar in your order for shade and windbreaks. Special price 85c eacK, per dozen ExpressIcharges prepaid to your station Our-Large Currant and our Champion are premium winners, highest'quality. and; perfectly adapted to prairie.planting. per dozen and express prepaid. 13.00 per dozen arid express pr prepay' express charges. -W6 guarantee our goods to gro w. We -want-to mail, our-price list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror 'Lake, B. 0. RAILWAYS MINISTER PONIED UP HIS FARE "5s, Hon. Geo. P. Graham. Denies ..State- ment That He Travelled, to To-, ronto "On His Face." Ottawa, September P. (jranam has written the; following let- ter to a local "In, a recent issue of your -paper you published what purports to .have taken place in connection with. a trip I took from Ottawa to Toronto. It is stated that while thus' journey- ing, the Minister of Railways dis- covered tlhat he had mislaid his pass and that he endeavored to' have tne conductor carry him free of cost on tne assurance that he was the Minister of Rail-ways. Such 'an-in- cident never took place line or-on any. other. Only on one occa-i sion did I find" myself -minus .my{ transportation, and with a conductor wuo .-did not know me, and- then I paid the full fare without intimating tJiat I was Minister of Railways." T. :N. CHRISTIE Real Estate and Financial' Diamond. "City Townsite. 'Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond REAL ESTATE'- LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307-CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Molt, Renfrew Co., of Quebec., have acquired the Dnnlop-Cooke Go., td., of Montreal, Boston and Winni- peg. Chamberlain's Cone, Cholera and I i-; arrhoea Remedy, is today the bes: known medicine in use for the relief Vancouver, Sept. George and cure of bowel complaints. It Ham, superintendent of the publicity' cures griping, dliarrhoea, dysentery, department of the C: P. R., arrived in' arid should be taken at the first un- txus city from Winnipeg. He was natural looseness of the bowels. It is .BARGAINS 3 lots on Norman street, each. Terms. 2 lots, block each terms. 4 lots, block London 'Road, each. R.V. GIBBONS Co! Phone 1191 Ott block Ottawa, Sept. 2S.-Justice Cassels far1 as Banff, Alberta, equally valuable for children and ad- _ _ 11 I f C I f IIV 53 VC I n I t sat this morning to hear the argu- 'by Mr, chief architect for not -washed out fcy water and that ment on the. points of law in the railway company Mr. Painter is slow in making its influence felt. In' cases of Johnston vs. King, ami at present engaged on the proposed untreated soil the scientists found Cousc vs. King. In those cases the alterations to the C P R hotel at irrom to s.ooo.oou -bacteria in; suppliants by their petitions by right rf n each, srara In treated the n-um allege that they were employed bv vvue? nas oeen tound neces- oer So I the commissioner _ of the National considerable extensions ults. It always cures. Sold by all druseisrs. The Presbyterians at Port Ham- mond, B., C., opened a new church.' payment down; the balance in 1, 2 and years. Grinrod Station is ..situated at Garlic Orchards. If you would like