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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'ElttHf U1L UALIA I1KHAL1J SATUtOAY, Al'UlL OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Revolution in Wheat-Growing I his sbepHmd will soon be j and irwre still iu moisture, eo ready, to take iu 'work: j wo should liave a crop this year. J. Lytids is tu start his steam- er tomorrow. .Mr. Kuitfrsou has also Arrived. Ho Friday last wet liud ;t Itoavy snow- i storm. There was about indies el ind with a good (Toronto Thero will b-' a revolution In t-ie trowiug cf with van i-ouse- lo ilio iood problems tlu." n-orhl. it I'rot. (1. Ytuniyson oi Hie UnlVL-rsiiy or gaskaithvuau success la his exiJcrliiU'iUi-. TK> j 'u who Droved Uut in whoat re aiK-t1 to rust-iHseafo is a recessive, ;bm clussital said the Prof. Halesou ot Cambridge, "we t'lut this resistance is sha iU-u-ntc of somo iiigreilienc ,-h i> prest-ai in couimou wheats when ccctaiu bacteria are present in falt, tuat the farmers in this pert bave arrived from Saskatcli- itho soil. these bacteria are 01- ,he are fcell-is elated. ewau to put In their vrop. I curly develoimieut anJ vigor-] i >Jr. and Sirs. Uorgeu and Mr. ous plants are proituvcJ with strong r at Mrs- uore to Lolhbi resistance to winter-killing. The best )rla C' t-OU5lns Y ai (his week. aud safest method of establishing these baeUtla m ffiv soil i.y S1X "rilu slartod m tho of puie bacierii cultures which applied to the seed before sowlits. jins 'Cach lofiuuie reijuircs Sis own purlieu-j t lir kiiiil of culture, Tho cultures nrf supplied iu two ounce each bottle coDcannng sultteiynt bacteria to innoculato sixty p311 nils of seed. Cultures for ul fulfil, field peas- al- sike clover, red i-lovcr. sweet clover, j was bt'ic ifoni Mos-' overseeing operations on Mr. Camubcll was a visitor in Skiff today. Ins large farm, -Mr, K. Holt WHS here week from Kayiuotut with tu-o Mennonites. Tlioy a bunch of 'sheep froiu tho j Bullock and out5 n bar. sur ihc (Umi ration of wheat whkli iivo ihin iJii- ilamuis, unJ he .iilneJ varieties v-hicli are iv r ii; i-re si; ;i Da "i'iit? Uctcatyi: L-il ims ju.-i inuJe asiothor ?TAIH to further i lit so aitil Prof. Thompson is now irying :i of wit! vlpcn be an4 at rh-. samo Lime him1 iiiil'-ng m'J White Dutch clover aiid crimson !a5t Wednestlay'a train. vcr, whli full directions for Mr- K- has i-ouipleted IMS, i ha; is. titty iiiv by iriliiiH." i wIii'.M lv lost the t'i icini tf'i i t.tv-i 1 otuo tin'.'- i; V Mi sites, '.SiiK -r frotH c i-7 plains ,ii! L dalng. Itiju- liu-ai in varicu? way.-. Tiu- losses i lo yrain r.isis art hard l-j as ihey vary with tiie years not 50010 and oilier years oxceeifng ten per cent, Lrf grain c-rop. The EiniiUHl flnan iitoiu- due to It is calculated ihm ial in Ontario of yraia not v CARE AND REPAIR OF FARM MACHINERY I Farms A big leak, usually normalized, ihiough iLe LU-asro attention giv- en farm impleiucnis. TJte. care of unit jiiiase of farm managt'iueni that doto not usually re- ceive tLie attention its importaace war- rants in ihe rush to get the crop into jhe snuud iu rue proper time and iu ihe best possible condition for returns or to gather in (he 'o tbo pravInciiU cho School Applicants for cultures should state the immbe? and kiart of cultures de- sired and enclose twenty-five cents fo: each culture. James Ohiuist t: on his laud. up a shack 1 April in Implement I 1113 lilUU. f--------- 1> Mr. Jay uiatiBser of the1 Jakei1 af. ?n accurate Gritaian ranch has been to Calgary on I business. 'J Mr. Georje AuBu's'of Letlibrldge is tilcJi may be reflection of farm activities throusboui Uie Cana- dian west, have shown a decided in- vreaso sluce the first of ilie year. at Skiff. He is to get about 100 "'as a one- Coalers say. seeded this itut thls promises to bo evtu .SEED SOWING AND EARLY CARE OF VEGETABLES 1 acres.of his land here luiaj, ,_.- f spring I uetier- fact that impletuciit prices Mr. and Bert of Hay- :brc aild 1nust "yccssnrily remain WTFC visitors io Skiff on Smi- I j so mull sloel and labor comu down is not discouraging farmers in tniyiug We hive-aaolUcr newcomer to Skiff. 1 Farms Tiie time of sowing (lie seed ______ _____ __ _ H__ iiro-aipUv. the tare due the Ira- tlie CHro veiwuWcs are very pkWnts which have made each oper- i important factors in the successful atiin possible is lacking or performed in a more or less haphazard manner. As a. consequence, part of the loll- of them. The seed of some kinds of vegetables will germinate at i temperature.1 and under certain coa- camed revenue of the farm swal- Aliens of moisture at ivhich other seeds will not germinate ami will up in the purchase of new ma- ry or in expensive repairs which have betii avoided had propt-r hiclmllng corn anti rye. is about precaution becu taken in time. i-cO.OO'i. unil the total" Uirougbout the Uomntion must lie very la rue. These exp'-Tiitieuis with bylmJa fol- low prebably tho saggcstious of Mc-n- del. the monk of Brunn. Though he published an account of his work in iS'j-1. not until li'tu) tUat hiolo-jing au application of an anti-rust pre- came to appreciate wfcat he had iiaratioii. Asle grt-ase or other accampUfhefl, and in recent years will answer this purpose. As ideas have everted on biological eon- i shelter, many types of structure are ceptions a'u influence not less ib'an the- J suitable and an expenditure not ei- prinriple? cnunrinted by Darwin. Men- [cec-din? will usually provide a i j Thioughont Hie Kxperimentat -j system, attention is given, sx> far ns circunVtances penuit. io this factor hi farm AU implements are cleaned .and placeil under cover when not in all iwlished surfaces receiv- tiel cliosc a common pen for exper nieut. and on crossins a tall witli a ihvarf he found that the first genera- were- all tall that no interme- diate appeared. Ile'accordingly term- ed the tall character domiuaui and ihe j -iwan reces3iTe. in subsc- Jttent generations the dwarf reappear- ?ii in certain but the fact of segregation IYSS the essential covery which Men Jet made. TLe study ot the descent oV resistance to disease Is of the hienest. imnortr.nce. and one clear exp.mple of rule of descent was disepvered Prnf. Riifen Cau Bobu Ckichs? ll'a chicles you jave. :toi tLe ch'cks yoa hatch, ihltpav, _ food ia a i-ood :or Baiy chiokj. jkts cl-.itts Fo.it largely yredf- ?'f( At your afsitr'f. In :5, SO and Monty Back If Not s sometimes rot. of oeets, lettuce, on- ions, parsnips, peas, radishes, kohl- rabi, garden cress, splnadi, parsley and leeks can be sown as scon as the ground is dry 'enough in the spring so that It will ivork well. The seeds germinate at relatively low temperatures and the plaut will stand suitable building- Besides it is not always necessary to go to this expense since any weather-proof building; al- ready available will answer the pur- poss. It is advisable.to so fjacli mi- chine after the day's operations., nir.k- .ng proper adjustments, tIgbUnitig ioose bolts, making- cure that the lub- ricatine devices are working hat the bearings are not too tight or too loose and that cutting parts are sharp. An assortment of bolts, rivets, springs, for eacli machine is pro- vided .aud alloUert a definite tocaiion the tool room. This saves many1 Irtpa and probably valuable time and tiie plan systematically carried oat re- suUs in the prevention of many breaV- ages. Besides it has been provtn that an implement in repair at all times has a longer life ami gives more satis- factory service than one that receives erratic attention. TO carry out. this work systematical- ly a properly fitted work shop nec- essary. It provides a comfortable place to wort In during bad weather and in which who so desirfc may develop their mechanical skill. It should be equipped with the necessary tools, including anvil, forge, work bench, vise, tong-a, hammers, hardies, punches, drills, square, chisels, saws, wrenches, etc. BACTERIA CULTURES FOR ALFALFA, PEAS.AND CLOVERS considerable frost without serious in- jury. Oilier vegetables, such tiR cah- oage, cauliflower and celery will also stand frost but these are usually start- ed iu a hot-bed in order to save time in the field. Vegetables require higher temperatures than the above in order io grow well and which are injured by light frosts are beans, corn, cucum- bers, melons, potatoes and'squasb. Seed of late cabbage is not sown until lato in May but it will endure frost, and seed of Swede turnip should be sown late when required for the table. In order to obtain plants subject to light frosts, which are well advanced before beiug set out and to sav'e con- siderable time tlitj field, melons, egg- j plants, peppers ami tomatoes are UEU.-; ally started" la iioi-ueils. Frequently lack ot germination ofj seed is blamed on the quality of the seed whereas it may be due to ihe way the seed is planted or io the rot- ting of the seed in the ground when certain fetnds of seed have been sown too early. Small vegetable seeds tire Mr. Jergenson has purchased a piece of land about two miles .south aud in- tends building right away. Mr. Htrrr Hawte artd wife arc back from Cilifo'rriia. John Hekos of unloaded his big Case steamer here. He has four sections ot.Und here aud is upw ready to go lo work. W. J. Cummings has his men ready now to start his bjg Case steamer working. We "are glad to welcome sonjo more newcomers to Skiff, Mr. O'llhea from has come TO start to im- prove his four sections here. He is going to b-uhl an up-to-date house and baru'with all modern conveniences, also sink two or three artesian and improve accordingly, Mr. Matt. Graham's father and has bought Aleck Fretlerenko's farm here. The Gritnian that tliey tl1is.down.26 inches iu their summer ling of Increased it is said. IN BRITISH MARKETS 1919 CANADIAN WHEAT LONDON. April- Urilish authorities, basing their estimate on latest information from all parts of the world, believe that iu the late autumn it will bo possible to produce bread at the government guaranteed prices. This meuus for Cann- diaii wheat iu British markets. There Is no tlo'uM iho Canadian fanners will receive Uils price for their pro- ducts owing to the smaller acreage cultivated iu Kurope. the shortage, of fertilizers ami the poor condition of much ot tho land after four neglect. It is certain Canada "is re- ceiving sympathetic consideration at the hands sf the economic council. New Brunswick's referendum rill place three questions before the pto- than the broad "wet or dry." SS.BOO.OOO or. SOtk, ugo while Hie lown well at Tho 'tlu slluaiEoti somewhat I proved, though there are several rases still in the district. TLo entiru family of A. J. Workcs is reported down vilti ii. Tlie. eldest son of Ceo. Hart is eaiJ to le seriously ilf. .Vo deaths have as >'CI 1 bero is much activity around Ihc Ii. station. Seed grain uud farm reported dying :it Mciitiue Hat! uwlitiicry are touiing in rapidly, 'lospilal. The atteiK'.iiii; jihysitians i J'uril' "trines :ire loescniug. due. told out no hope for recovery. 1 Doubtless, to the bright prospects. Harden was working at ilie bottom of iOiv'cn ii crop, this district will-put. a tho veil, vi-heu a section of pipe that aoiouut of casl; in circulation le- haj teen lied above, hroke (row its forc lh- is over, fastenings and in falliuj; siruok the August Stahofskl has been oblige! uut'crluuatu man squarely oa top of auothtr Iriy to .Mclicluo Hat the head, lacerating sc-alp treatmejit. August is one causing a fracturo of the lile timers or tbis district Ht Frank 0-A-en has returned from rheumatism a ywr 3go and Lethbridge is -busily engaged ls II a ljar'1 rU his bomC'Ftead flve miles of here. His.family will soon follow. Kranl- puts iu his winters iu. Lethbrulge. where he is well favorably known' MARTIAL LAW DECLARED SIMLA, India. April law been declared in the districts ol Uiliorc acd Aniritsar, according to :ui muUo here today. It it oac of the city's premier Inrhcrs. Utlle Maggie Gilroy. the 3 year old Mr sirs, liobert Gil- j said in the announcement that rov made the long trip from Whilla I govcTnorjcnernl is satisfied thai a to Vancouver all by lies- little lonesome stale ct open rebellion against author- just a few flays ago. She goes to ity csists In those districts. Tlie trials bDeuil tlie spring ac.l summer with her 0; those vIolatinE regulations under ainil in the hope thai health will martial will be held bv coramfs. improve. .i__....._ The land in this district Is sion ivill lie similar to thoso pre scribed tlio Defensb of India Act. H is a -.vell-estabHshed fact legumes such as alfalfaa, peas that clovers produce the best resuld only FARMERS! often planted much too deeply, the seeds one-quarter For an ipr the rainy day. is Accu Jet once e'r earn moceri i ad make your MS UNION BANK OF CANADA THE OF WISTDIN CANADA HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, LOOK AT THE WHICH GO INTO EFFECT APRIL 16lh. No. 1 Sweet................. 60c per lb. B.F. No. 2 Sweet................. 58c per Ib. B.F. No. 1 Sour.................. 55c per Ib. B.F. No. 2 50c per lb. B.F. Y This is an advance of 5c per We have a Farmer's Record Book for you, i( you will fill in coujwn and mail to us. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED, Lethbrlrfge, Alberta. (.have nol received one of your I-'arm Kucorcl but ivr.uld iifcu ontr. have.......... MMeh (Xamc) (Acidrcss-.....'......... Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 inch for tie smallest to one-half c: ss inch for those a iittle larger.is deep enough. If planted much deeper the may germinate but the shoot does not reach the surface of tho ground and the tiny plant dies. Peas, corn and beans arc planted about two inches deep. In very loose soils, the surface or which dries down more tuau those' fairly compact, slightly deeper plant-! ing may he necessary. j When tho seed has germinated great care should he taken to ventilate hot- beds carefully. AYhea the young plants come up, the frame should be kept suf- ficiently aired hy raising the. back or higher pan, o' the sash to prevent the plants from getting spindly or wfeskly, f they are apt to damp off; j young plants are grown in a window j In a house they are often very thick I In the pot and if In the sun and with the surface soil wet, they are very liable to damp of! or scald. They should thinned ont and transplant- ed as soon as possible. Great care should ue taken when ventilating a hot-bed when the wind is high in cold weather as cold wind blowing directly on tfce plants iviil injure them. A board should bu put at the end of the sash to the force of tlie wind. Plants viliich have been growing in a hot-bed or cold frame or in the house should be exposed to the open air for several days before they are In the field, protecting them as uaual at Bight, as if set in the field without hardening off in this way they arc much more liable to be injured Iti cold or windy weather. BRANCH, CARDSTON BRANCiJ, BARO.VS BRANCH, F. V. CAVERS, Manner. S.D. CoUectipns For Business Houses The satisfactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business Houses, in the matter of collecting Notes, and other financial paper, is due to the number and strategiclocationofitsbranchea throughout Canada, and the efficient system in force; Special attention griven to collections; returns are promptly made and credited losses are often prevented by the care and thoroughness with which do this part of our work. The Royal Bank of Canada Incorporated 1869 Head Office...........Montreal Authorized ...................'.___ Capital Paid Up Reiervs Fimds............................. Total Assets Over President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vice-I'res'ulent and Managing Director, E. L. Pease.: Ueneral Manager, C. E. Neill. Supervisor ot Central Branches, llobert Canuihell. Special care given to Savings Accounts. Sav- ings Bank Department at all Branches. A general banking- business transacted. 'SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES Lelhbridee W. A. Parker, Manager Jiagrath j. K. Manager Cardston................................... It. McKay, Manager Taher G. Dlckson. Manager MCRCHAKlS BANK CANADA Head Office: Montreal. OF LETHBRIDC.E BRANCH." MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD and BARONS BRANCHES, Established 1364. R. J. DINNING. Manager. V. A. BBERLY. Manager. M.A.KlLPATRICK.Mgr. Several Farms Are Ksing JSroken Con- ditions Good (FiMfl Our frxn CorrsaE-ondenn SKIFF. April in tho vicin- ity of Sldff Is dialing hands. Mr. Conzet rcccnlly sold a sotllon north of Skiff. Thts average price i3 about ?3Ci an acre, Mr. O. A. Unrgen soli] a scftion one and a half niiics from [own to Jlr. L. Yoisd. Mr. and .Mrs. Youd ill- ready hr.rc. and arc getting i hoyso built on their land. Mr. Youd hU brother here from Califoruia (his week. We are very sorry lo report (he dcalh of Mr. Jiorgon's ynung son, pliv- I er, who Itad boon lying in a critical rendition for about a week. The chili! 1 had whonplng congh and pneumonia. Tho Grim Meaner claimed him about 10.30 on Ihe Sth day of April, lie buried on the homo grounds at two o'clock on Ihe JOIh, llw. Mr, WfnfloM fjf officiated. Mr. ['ellettcr tins starleil work on THE STANDARD., BANK OF CANADA MBAD Of RCC COLLECTIONS houses will find our facili- ties for making collections particularly BRUCE'S Summer Flowering Bulbs GLADIOLUS DAHLIAS f iiTTiu. i tvA tn i Braa'i SMbow' lirtnrc. JS if.J to; 1 Md-Stngl. Virit- 't tics.- 3GC. each dotcu postpaid, Mirtd Varietiw, ninre. WW. pojlpti pualJMla. 4 cacn( dotcu, poslpalO, Brute's Superb A rrar.t Varietiw, Bk fico mixture of all .wrli. 10 for'frjc fur i Alia Callis aud other JLM. 190 lor FiJff, postpaid. J.ilics.lSibcrojci, etc lors, lor 15.50, poitpiiJ. FREE! e CXalojuc of SMilt, Named Varieties. Each nnirn, Ganjcn Imvtcmcnlt Poall .nJrfcutacl. U for 'i.12, poslpaij, SopjiHc.. rani for it to-day. A. BRUCE CO., LIMITED Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now.1 We have a large slock on hand. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. SCOTT. C. I'. HUIIKI f. I.. favorable. 0. THOMAS. 1 I3lh Noilh. nd Stirling Rrinchci. Banking Service VOUR banking requiruments may x be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities arc entirely at your disposal. v f HE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE WARNKR BHANCH MILK BRANCH R. T. MTVMNEIt, J. H.S.tiOKDON, M.M.CT i. V. STEEU M.n.m A TRUST COMPANY Ths avc'raje individual lltUo knows Ihe many services per formed tiy TrBSi Compaiilaa, and how great Is their influence [or good In Ilia community. Bfialdes'handling estates, they manage property, collect renti, miefld (o pajrbcnt of Taxca and Tnsuranco Premiums. Thcso and rnany other valuable scrrlccs the trust coraiianlea tender, which enter fnlo every day lire of Individuals. Hence the Trust Company comes more end more to fill that place In (he community lo whldi they are entllled by of their varied form of usefulness. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIQNEE, ETC. .HMD OFFICE, 31S FIFTH STREET LETHBHIPQg., ALBERTA PHONE 1MJ Your Will-Is It Made? Your duty to your dependents is to leave your affairs in the. hands of a competent and reliable Exec- utor, This Company is both. The Trusts and Giarantee Coipy, limited CALGARY AND tETHaRIDOe, ALMBTA LETHBRIWJE OFFICE; OF commence HtcNICOL, INSPECTOR, Public Awijnet for J MMiclM ;