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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LnHBBlDGK DAILY IlinALD SATCRDAY. APniL 27, 1018 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS It has o.iiii I' I :aB iui>llil>�-r!ilil, i 'Tally Hpeiikiiit, (; JT^IlMKloil till' llir,' iibBorvuiU'i iif r V StPpn t|-VVM�I 1-^ Il.l' liay In ilu ii.ii.iin ��(I til In ul>~' : . � . >vi- \\\~U h �.is � !>' I �.�Iter tlial V A . g.'Il � .  ,1 iiri>p*r S.irl.ty iTiiHiy k .iijy oifiijul  ; ^ ;\iu 1' of this was iuUMid i,:- i-,':;:iri-l:on ' �lltli'U iif tli�> i: 'ip ail.iptinn S'lMcl.iv :i:ny be ; '.r, .i.-l of mir \V,.i.a nolo iinivfrKioii. .tr owy o( nature ii i-i btv p:iiMKrii;>.;-.000 bUsUi'lii la-: y.ii. with r.'.�SO.�00 biiiih�l� in I'.'lf. itnd wUb 32,;il0.00n busbelii In 11'I."i Kla.i 1* PC or 5n>,800 buihels. Merchantable Quality of 1917 CroM- Till' ro'uiiis ri'reivad fr;im crop lOirojponiU'nt;" show that of lh� total whral >vop of 1H17. L'I3,�07.(>l>0 bu�hi')s �(>rt' i>f iiuTi hiintable quality, tho proporfimi >.(>inK P f. a� rompared wi!h on'y ST. p u.-ii^ for CF A, Suiiiliiv. ;u\d with \T,i ral atid lt,,t . i.r. ii'uiui.ii oni oontlf.ue to luiiul .iiit'i we .in- irlwni; (he great pruble:-.!- s:a'e .i> to Mi.' renieinher I relation that this grr.it Poiinninii hi* (lay was btar* towatds th.' Kinpir.'. and :h.' best ;iip:h.iil by whi. !i :1,>' Iiiini;n:.ii\ can perform Its f\iiic tinns taerem r.KA, Sunday mav be olis.'rved in many ways, 1' may he obser^i-.l In the I'K.A. Itsolf lomliu'finn a iiiept-iUK and having :: representative of aiiiiress the rii.'et-oh.-ervpd by ine pastor in the eoiniiiunity : tae r K A, taking up some phase of the work of the organization and dealing Here-with. In the cities too It should be nbserred. No live minister can ;ifforil to AllowL'.K.A. Sunday to paas with ont dlsrUKsIng the problems. t;ie in tluence, the opportuimies, the respon-libiltty, or aame of the otlier pliasei; l,.u. 1,1: t that the oh-, i \ in. observe V. y. A Sunday, hs stated above, many |,hp organliatlon t locals have not yet availed themselvea , ^^jj j, of tlie inspiration :iiiil educational value thi'.t comes to I; by reason of its proper observance T!ie iiiovemen: however has made steady progress, and is now general through the prairie provinces. Tho great fundamental principles underlying the I'.V'.A. in its functions of the building of a great province and a great empire, cannot he entirely disassociated with the duty that restn upon all citizens and particularly Christian citlzen.s or wh8tst>eTer (ienomlnatlon l�i the building of The Kingdom" on Earth, for which the .Master tausht ui In ahnost the first ion- per ('.'nl oV other eiops esfl I'll :o He of merchi.ntable quality \...ir are is follows; Oats 31. ..v n,, r- e ,'> bm kwheaf 7�i, corn I,!..,. Ill- .'..1 flaxseen 5S. potntnrs �uri..!.^ e' " c.ir - ..s- inuite of .'iS p |.. Seeding in Saskatchewan The r..,'l,living f('lef;ram has been re-..'.le.l from the Saskatchewan n�>-IMrtiiO'tit of .\|Erh ulture: "Seeding Iie-I aiiie u. ti-ral .-Vpril !.">. About i.'> p.c, wli.'.i! -ovMi Kstiinu'od 10 p 1-. in-if. .IS. ill wheat arreuge. No short-ac" i',' seed wheat. Tlje early sprlUKJ h.i^ s.iivi'.l the difficulty of labor shor '{ t.it;. � " filled, increu.-es. The amount o( ox.vgen nMnalain� in the sIIm* wUI depend on thi- amount of tramptaiR the moviit o; oxywui will* h th� doterminlng faci.i in the keeplii (limlltten of tb� .^llHK. V't'f the silo haa been first nUed i. will settle and may be tilled again n ''le course of five or sl\ days In ilils way another ten or tlfteeu ions in;iy be aceoin-modated and  silo so filled, thirty feet high and twelve feet In r.| .it ttie l/flcoinbo experlmfiital .si.-iii,.ii iiave been carried on during ih.. |..i-i two years to determine the rel.iin.' feeding VRlue L E iSpr'ts) to 'he ItersliO Calgary. April 37. A decision of conaiderahle Interest to those dealing in farm lands was rendered here yes-tefday when the appellate division of the 8upreme�eourt of Alberta gave . Judgment unanimously dismissing the .""^ I appeal In the ease of Melntyro vs Law. This anneal arose out of an com In making the deiermlnaiun o'' ^he test of butter, ensilsge h'^ bceii valued at three dollars per ton, and green feed at trti dollars per feed-} cured ton M lien (lu'se valiie.s have be-Mi used as a basis, striking economies hav.-b.'cn "'IT.cicd by the use of .ilLt-ie made from peas and on; , The feed cost of a pound of butter was it;,7 of th!� ailase �� compared with the f'''n'� �l>en peas ami oals silage was 4. .> i> � ? PEAS AND OATS AS A CROP ? : FOR SILAGE d cured in the ordinary way In the shock as Kre.'n teed HotU years the results have been very de-c'ded In favor of ensi'.ins (lie crop. show;nR a saving In t'.e i ost of pri>-ducing one pound ui butter of as tuiirh as four cen�  p. r i>ound and aa muc'.i ns seven co'its fier pnitid wUh silai'o made froei pens an.I oats an con.pared with silage iiiadi from fed. and l'm,s4 cents when the same feed, cured as green feed, was used In each case this is the average of the results of four trials in which the whole herd was used, and It shows a saving of 4 14 cents per pound in the cost of a pouml of butter. appellant. Law, and A n. Iloxg, of lIOBg A .Tamleson. LMjtbrldge. was couniel for the ru-spondents. A. N. ,-Melntyre ft Co 8AVK THE �AtlMI THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SR eOMUND WALKCK. CV.O.. LLC. D.CL. ^��>fem H V. R JOmX Ass-iQsnl Mtnaasr SIR JOHN AIRD. Ctn.nl Mans** V, C. BROWNl Sup'i of Csnml WcMtm BrandiM SAVE THE EABIESI 1 Kxperi-nental Parin Notet The problent of securing satisfac-of the work that the CFA Is de�. tow sue, ..lent feed for cattle In win-tlned to handle, or if falling to do sc. .''.f ""'�'^ '*� "'^^ckraen tho results that are liable to f..)!low. ,'", . , , Poesibly never in the history of the i y-nfal Alberta the Bro^-'nK ''f world did so much depend up:in the for silage Is not easible for the action, of men gencraUy as at 'he "/'^''h' ''"^^^ present time, but upon us In this new ^^J* *hlch cor^ has bee, country where thitiW are still in the . K^?"" "^^ ^"6 crop reached �ufflclent paragraph of His Prayer to Pray Read the first half of the objei ts of; formative state, where we art> unhaiii-i '�"'""i*" to be considered profitable I'.F.A. as presented in our constitu-j pared by tho nits ai.d prejudices that i The best substitute for com t� peas lion. The writer has the honor, and ; accompanvinK conditions in older' o"'"- �eP(ied at the rate of one we consider it an honor, ot being the i communities, much more depends I *'^'"*- the experience with medliun by which this clause hecame | \Ve need the product of careful i'hese two fodders as grown iiii.ler a part of the constitution In the thought and sound judgtaent. ^-e'central Alberta conditions would in-printed forms It was not corm-tly j need to be made to feel the conscious-peas and oats are super-stated, but the proper wording as . of our opportiinifies and respon-'�fli�Ke purposes to corn, and adopted by the ronveutfon is as fol- �|i,illty, and above all we need to be i ^''"P dependable every tows. i Impressed with the necessity of sound ""e yield satisfactory, it is "The objects of the association concerted action and the necessity for' predict that It win occupy a shall be the fosterlag and encourage- K-tlng collectively and any student Prem'^f position among silage crops ment of co.^peratlve effort to the end; , of our present c'onditions and situa-! 'o"" section of the west. 1. That the moral. Intellectual and tlons and responsibilities will find am- Builders' l^upplies CEMENT. LIME. WOOD FIBRE PLAETBR, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL LOW TILE, BRICK, ROOI--|NaB. BUILDING AND TAR PAPER. FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND ORATES. TILE. BEAVER BOARD, PLATE QLASS, MURANESE QLABS, COMMON GLASS. AUTO WIND- HIBUOS. The Western Supply ft Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S, LETHBRIDQE ftaancial status of the farmer be Improved tbereby; 2. That the rural home may pe-catve more of the necessities, comforts and conrenlences of modern times, and rural life enriched and im-proyad thereby; 3. That the business of agrlcultura may receive the proper recognition that Its importance justifies In provincial and national affairs: 4. That the Dominion may perform to the best advantagr the functions in the Empire which in the econ- Gall Stone? pie opportunity to prepare an address suitable for the observance ot U.F.A Sunday. Saivly when the churches and ministry read the above objects of our organluUon and realize that It means the building of "The Kingdom.' that they will not be slow to throw the full weight of their influence In line and will do eyerything In their power to assist because they, themselves, are primarily Interested la the same object. My dear reader, have you made up' your mind where you are going to at-' tend r.F.A. Sunday; Has your local done anything towards Its observance? If not, get on the phone line imniPdia-: tely, and call up your president or, i secretary and .show that you and your' local are alive to the practises of the I orgaaiiatlon, and do all that you can to see that all members attend some aenrlce of some kind at which the question of the work of the U F.A. is being ably discussed. (To be continued.) Peas and oats, or oats alone, can be sown for .milage purposes as soon as the crop intended for threshiuB has been seeded, and tho crop will be ready for putting Into the silo when the oats are In the late milk or early dough stage, before the crop intended for threshing Is ready f.;)r the binder. The green bundles are at once rtin through the cutting box and cut as fine as possible, going into the silo absolutely green. Tliere should be at least three active men in a silo twelve feot in diameter, men who will keep on the move continually in order to insure that the silage be thoroughly tramped, particularly at th" edges, as the centre will, in a measure, take care of itself since 111., pressure from above, as the silo OP CANADA A Valuable Feature Ota Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada In the names of two persona� Is that If one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed Tlia survivor can withdraw the money without delay oi formality. TKlnk it over-then open a Joint Account LETHBKiOGE BRANCH � .  F. W. NICHOLSON, Manaser CARDSTON BRANCH  . .  F. V. Cavara. Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood. Manager (bm-FaU^TlUM^ for ladicaatlaMf Mona^ Diaoidan, AtipMiaWWa anl ITidncT Stooaa aa4wMmk pec^ mtUtiioae bUaUMkaalOaU 8�mm Colic appear. K�t M� ia Uai Gall StoM Bufatai* toaws what Is ttaetroabla. Marlatfa Specific wWjw^wHgMt pais or oper- DrufBlat*^ Lathbrld�a, AKa J.W.MARI>Tr6. tratcd literatura fnxp mm tunm, mim tr.i. in* M� til Bt. Baal, oaloarv !   STOCKS OF GRAIN  i*  1 OtUwa-The Cansua and Statistics ! Office iaaued a bulletin giving the re-i sulta of iB^ulriea aa to the stocks of wheaL oats, barley and flax seed in Canada at tha end of March, the stocks of all asrlcnltural produce remaining la fanaara' hands at the same data and tha proportion ot the crops of 1917 that prorad to be ot merchantable qualltr. Stacka of Grain in Canada The compilation of returnb collected from elarators, flour mills, rallwar oompaniaa and crop correspondents �bows tbat on March 30. 1918, the quaatity in Canada ot wheat and wheat flour expressed as wheat was 77 million btlfhels, aa compared with laS million bushels last year. 197 million baabela in 1916 and 79 million boahela on Febmary 8, 1915 The total tor 1918 comprises 25 million! bushel* in the elevators, flour mills: and In winter atorate In vesaels, 32' million bushels in farmers' hands and' 20 million budheti in transit by rati. , Of oats, including oat productn nx-prestad ai oats, the total quantity returned aa in C'auada on March 30, 1918, was 15S 1-2 million bushels as compared with 184 million bushels laat yaar. the -total tor 1918 compris ins 14 1-2 million bushels In elevators' and flour mills, 124 million bushels In ,000 bushels In farmers' hands and 445,Oi>6 ; bushels la traniiit by rail. Stecka in Farmers' Hand* According to the reports* of crop cor-reRpondentK out of the total wheat Iiroduciion of lltlT. 14 per eeui , or nearly 32 million bUHhel.i remained in farmers' bands on .March litis This proportion \* lower itiun l.mt year (21 pc und than in liiU; (2S p. '-' M^tliinttivl lo I be iu farmern' hinid- on Man': d' iue 'as follows: i 400 bushels; liurlo.v :ii ;i( . or in 944,. one now? There is no other car that gives such good value for the money invested aa (Et Ford. This is why the Ford car is so popular everywhere. The Ford is powerful, easy to drive, economical, enduring. It is the car you need. Runabout____$575 Touring -  - - 595 Coupe...... 770 Sedan...... 970 Chauu.....535 Tff�: UNIVERSAL CAH ^^t^m^Ilo^)>Hr T Ford Garage, Dealers - - Lethbridge A. P. Veale, Dealer - ' - - Warner Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - - - Raymond CAnTAi.PAioUP.$i5.ooo.oooT Reserve fund. . It3.500.ooo SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on all deposits of $1 and upwards hi this department. Small accounts are welcomed. Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymncr, Mgr. FOR SALE Dwelling Housea 520 7t�i Street 8,. Modern Bungalow .................... $2500.00 908 �th Avenue 8., 80x7*................................ S2100X>0 1408 1at Avenue North ...................................$700,00 One-Fifth Down Payment. Balance on easy terma thereafter. APPLY The British Canadian Trust Coe CXKCUTOR. ADMINISTKATOR. A8SIQNEB. KTO. HIAD OFFICE. SIS FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Your Will-Is it Ready? belay in the making of a Will has caused many an estate to pass to those for whom it was not intended. Why not see to yours at once? Consult our Trust Officers. AH information gladly given without charge. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET ON WILLS. The Traits and Gaaraatee Gonipaaf llmlteil CALQARV AND LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA LETHERIOQE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILOINO, J. W. MeNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIONKE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDQE, MACLEOC. MEDICINE HAT, CALQARV, RED DEER, 8TETTLER. Nilson Tractors are Good Tractors Built for long life. Mechanism all enclosed, running in oil. Dust proof. Great tractive ability with light weight. Npt'a soil packer. All parts designed for rigorous service. Nilson tractors carfy no dead weight. Prove our claims by investigating these tractors. Repair Ptrti at Lefthbridge and Calgary W. F. HEIDEL DEALER 410 FOURTH AVENUE S. LBTHaniOOE ;