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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta m THK hBl'UmUUCiE DAILY OF INTEREST TO SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, !91fl IA1BI OFFICIAL EPMOXTONVJuly 1J19---A sur- Vev of the situation in Ihe prov- ince ira July 31st the three but are and not distrcts. division? of the province separately as was followtd in previous reports. Peace River Northern Alberta in which tne Peace Itiifr settlements constitute almost thf- total croi> area continues satisfactory progress In crup Individual 'The south country an not s. has no', received any ciieclive preclp- The tame ha.v crop will no! be apprec Improved ly ibe rains ai the, timothy was already held back by i n slow svriug and dry early summer: tml has been ready to cut fir ten! days now. Futures are looking bet- Brandon Fnrm Superintendent ur and stock Is doing well. Live Stock The sltuilion for live ttoek has im- itation sine? last r.port. The rains thai hive occurred sluce the last re- port have reached at south as Calory and have silrted Ins vrti ct the grain country .is far as flranum and have done a little cood Otherwise the country loots Ti-n nrourred at N'amakav and Blv..u from a favorable coniitrja o! the warmth and abundant moisture. Us fast aud al-0 M cutting has commenced on the avail- able bay lands tributary to and in- cluded -in the settlements Kiln tie Results of Tesl One of Ihe Besl proved. Two there panicky movement to uuloai ilock In the open slocK virus at Rlinonton and Calgary and speculators sortia i. nrnlu-ii.ni' IX SJMlut'r .5 r'edUi by islderably during the past ten. and a the one cons-ldcraUou'and other points must bo made secondary to it. Location' Tomatoes should be grown in a we'l sheltered garden -where the wind is proveolfd beating them about. They should iu the open sunlight; shade Is fatal to success. It it is! ivo'Sible to make any choice- In regard to soil. a sharp loam with consider- proportion of sand is preferable .to heavier soils. Starting I At Urandcjn the tomato is plant- ed in teed boles' In a holbed the first iw-fck ot April An earlier! start can Ibe mad? when teed is started In the- house but more satisfactory results OTK! are attained lu a hotbed. By starting e al lbal tlmf- is lo e ue week. Hay pasture are sf.ll shorl The potato-crop still has some chance to make part ot Ihe supply for the Jn WwJ01u jn (lle 6nl plckcd the whole of the Peace River country. Southern Alberla i U the opposite end ol the province, it'was indicated in the last report thai the sraln cre-p was a failure over considerable portion o! the south. The drouth has affected the country from Red south but mcst notice- ably from Carstairds south, tt libra, the -outh there are small areas that Itave sood crops and others that have fair rrops. There are good crops In ihe Delseker district. There are also 'good crops on the Goose Lake line at Rocivford and paluts east including Munsoni Drumheller and Delia. At points on the main line of tbe C. 1 ponts on between Slrathmore and liassauo there has been from the early part of Central Alberta In Central Alberla there has been a change tor the belter since last report. A general rain which, reached beyonH Central Alberta to Calgary occurred immediately the middle o! the month and it was the first rain tor many -weeks that reached down to contact vita the moisture In the undersoil. The im- provement o! tbe crops since that time has been marked. Grain and grass have both improved along the C. ,V It. to the boundary. Oals that were standing'still, some of them in head, are stretching noticeably and the. late oats which came up well are- making more rapid progress. The wheat stuff by the farmers of Central and Northern Alberta, to tbe prospect ot satisfactory liqu'.dation ot slock to Manitoba pun-Inters snd to tbo ap- pearance of jaluy weather whSclt il Is Coped may extend to the south coun- try still witbtn the summer season. i grain, and more to i la rger. Borrow to Buy Cattle "Mixed Farming" is the big money- maker today. Of course, grain and vegetables pay beef and bacon, butter and cheese; are piling up profits for the farmer. ''i Milk more moro raise more hogs. If you need money, to dd it, come to The Merchants Bank. We __glad to assist all up-lo-date farmers. THC BANK Head Office: Montreal OF CANADA. EjUWWwd UETHBWDGE BRANCH, B.IOI... Manager. Planting tomatoes aro plantwl lh'eUl. Superyisor ot. Central Western CaropbsU. 'Special care given to'Savings Accounts. Sap- Bank Department at all Branches. A 'general banking business transacted, I SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES A Parker, Manager V.V J K. Atkinson', Manager I W.-H. McKay, Manager Sber G' Dickson' ther crops or-grass, a ratbtr marked t mproTemont in C'enlrl Alberta and a Sown Dg- these crops ars ready ontinued promise of heavy ciops in he north, and the livestock .situation ot worse than it two weeks ago. J. McCAlU, Chief Publicity Commissioner. Umeha. spring pl.s C6531YE lOllugU mi.v- The plant 'should be trained to grow born in March and April are old enough to uso pasture to advantage. Spring rye is the first of these crops tu be readv to use. The pigs eat it luv to one urlght Mem Inste ad of numer- ous spreading branches, it snoaiu un- fastened uoright by driving a TStake In bes'do it and tying to the stake. wires may bo stretcher along a rcan v to use i [IP D 35 f mic-o pUucrgood gJins on It. row...Hough Ibis.method ta not as mnet SILlsIBClorV 35 Staking. 1HO grOT.111 we an proonce go However, it soon passes the most palat- THE DROUTK IN THE WEST tot 'M vesting, but are relished rather moro ioy the pigs, and continue In a suit- (Toronto Globe.) For three successive seasons, in lable condition {or pasturing for (longer time. Wheat also produces sood certain pajts or Southern wan and Alberta, condition have been such that the farmers have failed Io secure a crop. Many of the islure. but is no better tuan the jmalurity and the seed is more expensive. Rape Very Profitable For later summer and fall pasture io'ry as staking. Tho growth should be prevented dense and tohy by pinching oit the buds that appear In tho asils of the branclie-s. And in addition, part ot the foliage nyay bo, pruned off. After a amount of fruit bas been blossoms should be pick 'd off so as to'force the groivlb and SECURITY rv _ A Savings Bank Account not only provides an assurance for the present, but guarantees se'curjty in "the future. To save is to THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE J- I LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK. RIVER BRANCH R.T. BRYMNER, M.n.jel J. U.S. GORDON, Manager J. V. STEEL, secure a crop. Manv 01 IU.B ibtem setilers In these afeis have come al-i there is nothing better ten rape, most to the end of their resources, Sown in early spring_it Is ready for and have neither the> means aor the! pasture about the middle of July, or, if sown later, it reaches pasturing from tile litLe 't very it produces a: large amoint of to secure enough coarse grain and feed-ami stands pasturing well, K pasturage, to carry ibeir animals is one of the best hog through the -winter, but at the best I pasture. ---.....-.1 the' will be very serious, and. I' Another good fall pasture Is fall despite the prevalent and Infectious rye. H sown In midsummer, it ,ls i optimism of tho West, there will be ready to.: pasture in a rnoiUh from a dl'riosillon lu null up stakes in those the dale ot sowing. It produces a parti .of the rtgion-atiected by the good grade ot pasture, until severe crop failure that' are .not assured frosts come, .and'does not .head out moisture by irrigation. In the fall, the failure this year bas been1 Rigs Thrive on.Alfalfa due to lack of-rain at the critical part Perennial crops may also be used as .pig pasture. Alfalfa will produce more pasture per acre probably than will to continue. Recent heavy rains which have broken the happily to late to benefit the wheat stage in about six weeks daio oi towing. "Pigs Few Men Desire To Undertake The proper administration ot an Estate is. no 'easy fast If rml 'on tbe shoulders of an individual, of time, and care that fow business men from their .own affairs- moreover, should aDything'hapneri W the individual before the eslale is settled, confusion, litigation and-.del.ay, -with accompany-' ing loss frequently result Tbe Trust1 ;Cpmpany specializing in the admmi tration of property is the logical answer to tbo question of 'whom to name- as your Eiecutor. Coniult us now about thisVImportanl matter. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited --V'CALOAnV AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA t AVENUE SOUTH P. BILLINGTON MAVAora NEW DATTOM AND STERLING BLANCHES U. G. THOMAS MANAGEFI COALHURST, ALJA. W. B. FERGUSON MANACIIJ Cockshutt Rotary Disc Plows 1 AnE GUARANTEED TO WORK IN ANY KIND OF SOIL I j_ight Tractor Power Lift, Slni 2, 3 and 4 furrow. Tractlo.n Lever Lift, Site. 4 Furrow. EASILY Plow for Satisfactory Work." A. SMEATON Agent for'-Cockshutt Implemenls. 1262-lst'Avenue'South y Phone 659 The Benefit of Experience When selecting a Trust Company Jo act as Trustee (or your business alfairs choose one with IU oflica in your, own locality and convenient to_you. We render special services by "employing Ibe best legal talent and obtaining sountl Information about Investments, Our (ees are [lied by the Court and our system Is safe and inexpensive. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, tTC, HEAD OFFICE, ill FIFTH JTHEET 8. LETHBR1DQE. ALBERTA PHONE growth should be done. Vast sums nave been spent on opening-up the country and providing it with railways and the facilities for L growing and marketing grain. That great Invest- ment .must clearly be followed tip by forestry Pastured hoga stiou'.il be confined to pent: fflr a hetoro pasture crclse, COALDALE, ALTA. jw at Ihe last to market. on take a1 great deal'pt ci- rially if one of tho more active breeds, and as a result grow lore'try operations on" a large scale. and make good frames with It is asserted that ths sweep ot the plenty of lean meal, but may- not wind in these regions and Ihe cold ot nut on enough fat. Hy shutting Ihcin _...._ for aijoul'lhreo weeks al the winter 'combine to raake ttie growth ol trees upon a large scale and that only by the long-continued ['and tireless efforts .of the each working, on his Trill they amazing gains In weight. thus increasing the and get I Into a more finished -condition for market. Pigs of the more" sluggish THE- EMPLOYMENT 'SERVICE 'OF CANfDA cacn worKlng. on nis oivn ui growlli be stimulaled. Thfe facts seem breeds may be finished on iiaslure. ltd be agalrmt that theory. At Ilegina station there IB hat trees do survive-the coM 'of -win- ter on the bald -prairie; Tho temper- ature In -Manitoba dips an far as In he other provinces, yet -In Manitoba owns, and villages corresponding In conditions Io -Ihe southern, parts of Saskatchewan and Albortanhere' are vigorous plantations otaldcr and trees of evergreen variety. Th RIPENING TOMATOES 't IN A SHORT SEASON f ''f 'f Whoienle and Retail Agent JAMES DALRYMPLE I Street A, South, Tethbridje, Alberta Who knarfn and told this preparation for many 1 Price Paid A Chemist of long writes aa "In my opinion, 'none of the widely advertised Ointments compire with INUiAN IIAbM 'for and efficacy." Tbe grtateat thing the Government of the Oominlon and the Prairie Prov- inces can do for the West is uratc on an adequate scale a policy for moderating the climate by Ihe creation ofxforeslu.' Temporary ex- pedients tu set, upon their feet settlers who have lost ail through crop talluic are all very well In .Ihelr way. but they -will In the end 'prove far'tnore extending over a long series ot years ..providing for tbo.planting and care trees In the semi-arid regions. I thU Is not done thero may be a re production of the tragedy of soutit western Asia, destruction of Ihe forests has produced and per peluated aridity over vast slretche of a-reglon that was fer tile and provided with unfalllngN.suii pl'cs of moisture. In Shelslan at this moment "the' wind of a hundred days" blows oxer arid and sun-baked Isnd that, when clothed with forest verdure, supported a flwarmlng pop- (Kxperimeutal Farms Nole.V Tn a compariUvcly short growing season, the tomato usually produce seaon, a large crop o! green fruit but only In favorable aumuiers Is thcro much measures are taken to hasten ripen ng. At Brandon Kxpcrlmental Farm onslilerable success has. been1 attain- d In forcing early maturing of tomat- oes and, the methods which have iroven moat successful may he -of ;cneral Interest, ipc fruit unless spe cial Only Choice of Varitty llie very earliest varieties should be used. The Karli'ana variety and the strains developed -from it, such as Alacrity and Sunnybrook, are the best to uso, Earliness must lie U3 plant trees In the Wert for the'lienc-fit of a generations of Can- adians who will find ihelr homes' (here and-whoso future prosperity is larga- ly In our No generation Of men can plant Its own That work must be done hy thosfi who hopo to live again In their cMWrta and Service for Canadian Importers and Exporters Coupled with an ImprOBelvo ezpftDslon of our eyatarjo In Canada la an important development abroad, Our In Tjondon, Vork Montreal, Toronto arid.1 Winnipeg; are equipped with i'orolgn Exchange Dopnrtrpents and aro prepared to flnance and advlae exportora and Importers. Our direct connection "with tho Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation en- ables ua to serve efTlcierftfy nil -who would flnftnco Inter, national transactions. UNION BANK v -OP CANADA JtFJOUKCES OF LETHBRIDCE BRANCH A. Dunbar, Manager Brancho >llo >t Cuiilon Baiont V The PROFESSIONAL'and BUSINESS SECTION has been established to assist professional, business and technical men and women. Many .'officers, soldiers, sailors and war workers, who sacrificed their positions during the war, now desire to 'secure employment in the occupations for which they have been specially trained. Employers should not wait until increasing business forces them to employ anybody they can obtain, butshould ahead and avail themselves of this unusual opportunity to enlist the services of highly trained workers, ordinarily secured only with difficulty. On application there can be referred to you, for example UW CLERK AITTSIS SAILS MANAGERS TRAVELLING SALESMEN ENGINEERS ARCHITECTS BUSINESS EXECUTIVE ACCOUNTS 5 SEtRtl ARIES THCHEK CHEMISTS YOUNG COUEGE CXADUATIS These workers are returning to civil occupation! with increased initiative, a broader view of life, and a greater capacity for work. EMPLOYERS Please state your requirements to the nearcs't office of the .EMPLOYMENT .SERVICE OF CANADA PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS SECTION VOlQUre, BUPPUL IpU U D lYBt II TU Ofilllll 111 ulallon, as tbe Its cities prove, their children's children. In each 'office the r INFORMATION AND SERVICE BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT has a representative to render sptcial service in the re-establishment of the returned soldier. Ttl.Mo. ''CALCARr, EDMONTON, HcArfcir Wtfm ;