Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL DF INTEREST TO THE FARMER I WOOD IS OUTST 'EMU icennany. 1 say it took tho Jour lyears to build the great co-operative 'force that Germany had. -They de- feated Germany In JO days after they bad succeeded te Joint that. German Competition -The cooipeiillou that Germany threw ijaina the world, that she bail built (MCNMf KMIONTOX. April CriliclMiof Act vokeil lu .the Tbandljr by Cestre jura rein of tarcasm, forced'thci "deveiopmont to a hfch dp- attacked the torerument (or tree conitKtUioa unions the Allies 1 the Inspectorships for political HIT- TI rM i 1 1 aad thev for ine Has But One Purpose, And That R lo Make this Old World to do ui when tu a Better Place in Which to Live. 'o. de.trucuon. c cis the snowball increases in volume I'ndtr (hit law and ty method the more it is rolled, so the Grain we have built up certain lorms or or- zanlzatloa. These forma bate cally all autocratic. "There are two lorces acting moTement throughout a Dar- inf the recent Urain Growers' conven- tlon In tin city c.' Rtjlni, Jeau Mas- sad reaclinj against fach other, each sol ot Montreal, representing tbe farm-1 (orclng other to higher develop- revolutionary movement on the j nie-nt. The forces are co-operalHo and banks ot the St. Lawrence. from competitive, each forcing the oilier ihe inov-clid mountain districts of icoatinuillr to 3 blgh state ot deretop- Pacific slope conies the report of a I tnent. The forces ere CO operative and thtir hands by class co be the foundation of success. Fifty per cttit. of tfce people of Can- ada have built up a power by their co- operative efforts and organization which could not continue on an individual tails. When as Indi- viduals, we have absolutely no weight In trade. The farmers of the prairie never organized until the necessity be- camo so evident that we had to or- ganize or down to the level of ab- solnte serfdom. That ii the reason." E; _ i i, and IcclwM. Chlet Leod, lupectoc Mrs. Xeill aal pooler Mra. Unii In hli rcBarkj. il J. B. Boyle ed latiwcUH-3 trou the of political partlsuuklp and olhtr uld would to knur two bvtter Udte thu Mrs. ud Mrs. NX11 could be obtained for work. "I could tet a down ot them would do the work is well or put In Mr. ROM. ta Riwr uf ta lut klli It that Mn. It a in tki AT. THE THfATNC A RuMlui ot U Mwcow by a druutlc crtttc wko rtelted city: Mcwov Is curiou. couitU ot demo- ii ot Out nowadaya the A days no a play wu belnx a'cled >t Korrt At the end of the first act rate Soviet deputtet itrollod luto tke theatre, tad sal down to find that tke Brtt act had They la- denuded It to be started io, ud thli hid to be done. The unt ereaint at the Ttoatre, jut before the iint of the play, the BU- acer iraa te the telephone, of ltt taforaed that la Banking Service banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 1A 'One of-the most-outstanding jiUure of tiie i icuHnre, which sermons, that every farmer la Canada should take to bear I. 'Mr. ma ate ly intcrpreiition of tiie fundamental4 anderlyine the prairie movement broojthl home ta tbe gstes a new conception their own responsibilities o! their own partfcuUr community lo the general movement for the uplifling of ciTJIizatioii. "H." W. Wood has brougbt a new Tiskm to the farmers of Britiali Colum- bia. This leader of agriculturists EbpirD 133 That there is in the tntore And while we mar never attmio that coal during our DCTertheli is our duty io do whitt can. His Y- better acreage were [anted earlier than is the custom. Many homesteaders in northefn re- gions nare fobnd that the rows put in early for'mmmer use have yielded utisfactorily when the bulk of the In late May, produced low yield of, small, immaiare, "watery tubers whose development had been arrttted hy August or early Sep- tt'wber frofcts. -may be an occa- sional when the early plaatincs willbe injured nr nhfaTOr- In May or by an oftptfamally' Jsce frwt It Is cot to pat all the em (or pota toci) faUde H bees those of has DO ue to j grind, -He has but one purpose, ud that is to mafce this oMwortd of ours l" a belter place to live in. And after all can attain'that end, our that eren, when are frozen or tlaiec fije Ite best a good deal will of the frost acre; Majr.-Jtti, yield S32 bnshels 45 pounds per 4cre, Dry matter 3921 pounds per icre; May 10, yield 317 husnel3 3J pounds per acre. Dry matter 3510 sounds per acre; (May" 17, yield 208 jushets i3 ponnds-per Dry mat- ter 2307 pounds per acre; May 23, yield 231 bushels tore, Dry matter 2537 pounds per acre; -May 31, yield 17G bushels per ,cre, Dry matter 1820 pounds per acre; Joae 7, yieW 173 bashels 53 pounds pec acre, Dry matter 1771 pounds per Stirs the course of this address, Uarij-rarieir ind then plant the bulk sail In part. ot the crop: Ii the tore part of May, a later by way ot a second itrlDK to Ihe it will usu- a day 6ft (0 President H. foljows; represented by the fanners in B.C., Ihe movement rfcpro- la> cotjdillon'li of L, icre in earir May thfltTt civilization iitelf tnat is absolutely iarfftr after the grain unique.- We are condition !rowT1 irdm a different ansTe than ever be- fore. This a phase in the plant is a11 progress of the development of the socit! itruclore. different fronu any we bare faced before. As a inat- _ ler ofifact, if in accom- plibnfDg the things TTC atarted oat to solre. if-thessUhins5 to ba solved are when our work is completed bare rebuilt our soda) ttire from foundation to turret not the work of a few fun. K ii ihe work of lifetime, ft fs tire beginning of the irork of the if this'TTork cannot be done we face A future' absolutely without tiope. K this work can be done we face a fatnre absolutelr irrthout fear. The rzaestkm Is, can il be done? "From .the very beginning. the ierr firtt step tha.t par primitive fore- fathers took the jungle, we B'ate build up a social every step that we lais we hare proceeded under false foclal laws. The question is, wa change these laws and Introduce the true.laws of lite, the true social laws aad offer lo clTlIiiatlon an Instltn- lion that we have gradually ijuljt np tliroujh ail the years to serve human- ity Instead ol being used for few to make Bicesslve profits. We cinnot fa Into Ihe philosophy of these we liare not the tinio. But we can only take some of the things that fire nearest us and dealing with these, forecaat wllh. intelligence Uie work we have before us in the fntiire. ly "Tie treat law that has maintained, the. of that law bai been An Interesting eiperiment was com- 191.8 at Bearerlodge at the Experimental Sub-Station ,nde Prairie IMttrict In Al- berta. Though but one season's re- these are so striking, and tatly so closely with the general experience of surrounding set- tlers, the figures are published [orthwlth. .The-te-t is toibe continued format years. Tie jrar4ety used was Eary Roae. small whole tubers were employed j-sfrtts. The land waa well prepared deep breaWng of Junflf 1517, and Quite Turiform. Unseasonable f roeta on the nljhls of Jolr 22 and 23rd but ejeeouaodate your In workmanakiB and material FdSdet a-xi HaM 14t W WUe To. Wait O. K. REPAIR SHOP PHONE THIRD AVE. S. FARM IMPLEMENTS hrtentttUMl Harrerter Co. McCmuck Lots TRACTORS, DRILLS, MOWEHS, RAKES, BINDEH8, TWINE, ETC. Our Opedalty: Re0alre Our Mette: Service THOMAS OXLaAND PHONE iaO> AGENT MM 2ND AVE. S. Magrath CanlMon Taher Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. We have a large stock on hand. Lcthbridge Iroi Works Co., Ltd. A TllUST COMPANY Tke average indtrfdMl lltU? kion'tke maar formed Trust Compaalee, and how treat b their Uttieace forV jood in the Beeidea haodllng eeutea, they manage imipeitj, coiiaet renta. attend. to payment ot taxes ud iBsmnce PmBlma. .Theae eod man? otier TaluaMe terrioee the tnai compaalee render, which enter into dar Itte ol .ladlrldaaii. the Trust eoaue aipra aad Bwre t0 fH1 thai .place ta tke commonltr to which the? an eatUled br Ttrtae at their varied, form of tuefnteeea. The British Canadian Trust Co. KXiCUTOM, AOMimaTIMTOK, AMMNBa, ETC. MCAP omen, FIFTH CTMIT a, ALaCMTA PHONE 114] Your h Made? Your" duty to your dependents is to leave your affairs in the hands of a competent and reliable Exec- utor. This Company is bbthi Tie Trest! al BnrBitM Cwpaj, CALOABY AND UrTMMIDQC, OFFICE: BANK OF COMMIUCC j. w. Public and for 'LtMikfMMt MNtfMiw Cjtnry Mod OMf UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE I HAVE BttN FAVORCD WITH FROM MN. C. 8, WHO Hit TO BV PUBLIC AUCTION ANB WITHOUT REWUVt, AT MIS FARM LOCATID Tw. ferlt 4 Fn tr On MONO AY, AprU 7 FOtLOWIWO FARM ITOCK, 1 read 'grader, New 1 Deertaf Tan Bnnt dnMe tltt etfll, U; 1 dtac; 1 alfalfa emlUrator; 1 faaalaf mill, Dbf; i feed nrtter; 1 jaaantre t Deortaa. Ml.; 1 rate, MeCorttkk; 1 rake, Kaeeer-Harrie; 1 liqr KMkar; 1 tmggr; 1 track wafori wlrt, 1 hay rack i I alow, r. A O, 1 Harrow, rotary for MM ptoWi 1 wmlkld lite.; 1 cmUrator; I nVKfll imck- et; 1 tcrtaer'i 1 aty tcreiwrj 1 road cart; 1 complete btacfc- ktower, forte, amall tooh; 1 cbarn; 1 faaollae enttae. 1 raace; 1 cook itore; i Hntetela Bilk cnwi It KfM- 4 yean oW and firrt or contat; 1 SketUnd paiy, 7 yeart; a Otford Grate lireftstered gkortbom boll, 4 yean old; alae tnall articles. uvAiiET, ;