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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918" OF INTEREST TO THE I provincial government, Department ot the amount ot'surplus labor .axai' was present lvllv-__ ___ r_____ at tho time and. can (or the excellence Ot lha fruit t The too) aloe set cept those of Vlborg and Helslng- fora. 'This Is In accord with the njade by Germany In agreement with Finland. out to thlj tha'drouth throughout-many ot Itu West being the .is a, drought resisting cruji, jirklck has always given.] very' -That Is aa- other rea'aoo. v S. wheat king, joins leaders'in the natlon-calllnff'nbff for wheat'-sub SHOULD NON-FARMERS BE ADMITTED TO MEMBER- SHIPZ stltutes, able crop year on sum- merlallowVyr. Noble, will get trom 12 to.lS.buskels'and even better from his. rye. crop, aid Jf the land h'a'ii ;becs given the same attention as the land seeded to vueat n'c has no doubt the average .would .be; close .to 25: busials to the acre.' In X9fS. Mr. yielded 39 bushels to the acre, .which was better than what right alongside U, Rye can be sown, any tiriie between' August 15th to Scptetibcr early ripening result's la ana Us spreading Means "Original'' When you hear a bicycle owner say.tiis feet we tKe the nude by a.patented b'rbce'ta. Wa foiid trie way to iaake'tKem Va DtinlopVrire Rubber Goods ajid TORONTO The above question raises "a very in- eresting paint, how far Is it to admit outside people, that is, direytiy iuterested In farm' fnembersliip in (he associa- lon? In this connection one thing must be feept in mind. The United Farmers'of Alberta is> essentially an association ot-farmers and organ- led to promote ibe interests ol far- this the touchetone deciding every question of mem- bership. The first consideration-in every Individual case iimal be whether not the person in'question is in sympathy veith the "ideals of the as- sociation. There areino.Soubl many non-farming pepplejoulelde our asso- ciation wltto, if admitted would be ,a source of strength. There are others vrhose admission 'detrimen- tal, owing to tho fact tiiat Aheir own private Interests conflict with those.of it-is necessary, ttiere- fore, tn deciding these questions, Character, busjne8s: conirec- tions of aal.applicant should bie taken into full consideration. certainly.not be 'a factor .If our .tor good' in 'their owii.'communitiesVthit they might be. It'Is.Bbm'etimw'.pqlnt- ed in reply to bankers, lawyers, merchantsiorVptHer professional would not admit farmers" to Lmemberj then'.shdald Ihe harvest.over .a longer period, do- ing away crop. Herejare of winter by! Mr. Noble: l-rljt can gulet time rest, dividing up the wort ol seeding on tho prevent soU'drlftinj, and it helps In, choking put the weeds. Being cut early; wild oats-'and other weeds are not matured fcelore the 170 har- vest H Is a drought resist ing crop, and Ripening earlj. it'' Is" not subject to early fall ripens; three or weeks earlier distributing the- harrest over thus en- abling the farmer to-get good "help at Tris premier, outfielder or the Cleveland Indians, may be a naval aviator before the year" la out. a belter wage. provides fall pasture without serious damage- to the crop with tho eiceplion- of durlfig wet or.freezlo5 weather. it has a.Kopd.healthy growth and--gophers, which do. the moef'ddmagc about.that dale, do not interfere with It is "practically rust proof. Hpnr 31r.' >Iotiefwcll; minister Saskatchewan, isX a great advocate; of ,ijinter rye and Has ra Ipamphle't-jissned setting 'fo'rth Its culture Nofelf- ____..., this' the handft of the Ideals, and .must be left to'itheir decision, but they would Lucases do well to keep the above 'cQ'nslaeratipns in mind. A" small meni? berahip committee upon the standing of before being admitted "Voald be- jood importtnt matters discussed at 'the; convention' of the a'nd'Edmonton. hy the conventions as follows have been forwarded. to. tho Dominion and provincial authorities, respectively-, and the matters are being' followed up by the ce'ntral office. SEED The .following re- soluiiorf waa paseed' by-each canyea- -Kelp is'.kini ot sare this yearj Jut when .oiie' man ias'igot isii'-or .ae J'en horses on a'kang It'ilOK not tiite lobe r'- plnw "ResolTedtlThis convention rfitiaeata the government 'to take s'teps to oa- sure that suificlent grata from the 1918 crop in'Alberta beheld in 'to, provide of the 1'JlS cropiln passed al conveiitloh ot-U.FJL. secre- Uriel held al Edmonton July 10th and ,1. This conVentioTi of'aecretaflei oif local associations ot. the .Unlleil of learns trfths'erions ____rn the 'Situation caused.larn'opg the fanners'In some part's' of ihe pro; Tlnce-by the preyallinp r respeclfully thai local :por- thelr ground to this ''year. Only two good can ad- vanced on behalf of One to its value djstHcts as a means of molature for the ieV'of next season's crop, and' {tie other iV its value as a means" of de- stroying. weeds particularly perennial ones. Contrary to an opin- ion too commouly held, summerf allow- ing .does not increaao the fertility the" soil. The effect of the' frequent surface cultivation 13 to increase 'lar- gely the stores of available plant food crop which consequently It usual- ly, but it does not add to ths sum total or desirable elements In the soil. .On. the contrary, the effect iOt this '.frequent surface cultivation, ie essential to good the destruction of- huinus or-yetetable.fibre. and in the process as nitrification Owing to advance In gutter rcarliet we are now paying: j 60c per Ib. butter fat for No. 1 Sweet Cream. i 42c Ib. butter fat for No. 2, 'Sweet Cream. 40c per Ib. butter, fat 1 Sour Cream. Ib. butter fat for No. 2 Sour Cream. We would advise farmers who have caws, that they can milk to get busy, as every little bit helps when the graln-crops fall We pay "all .chargei and par for each-shipment. TheHesah of Onr 1918 "Miwing Title" Calendar Raniom 1st' Prize, Doe. Not-Fight M..CuH, Toledo, Ohio. 2nd Prize, Angels Their Holy Vigils Keep." Farinie Rahft, Youngs- Ohio. 3rd Prize, lAlao Serve." Mri. J. Maneollta, Cat- '4th Prize, Woman's E. Lethfcridge. Twenty-one persons wore indicted in ew Yorfc by the charge, ot 'being e theft of coiislthed to IbV nllert Stales army. The deteidanls, ho.tacludo gov- !MHeul Unlied tales orlmlual statute, to o'with conspiracies to embezile and ulspcso of government properly willx out aulhorlly. T -1 i i sieve 'd'ketll oiOlsvelanJ a gt Chicago, aro the hardest vork (tilt Ihli help atr dlttrlbuted where In the more farired portions of the province whero there Is a good supply of fodder are .urgently fwiaect f.A to lend all possible and particularly to notify thft Dapirtment o( Agrlc'olfvre, Edmonton, can be secured. Ixicals In districts where there It a ihort crop or a fall art eli reciprocate by louring the nitrogen, which is the rao3t.Valuable element In the soil "fromvths 'grata grower's standpoint, are set free 'and passlplf into the air. Tfvls Is due also to the frequent sur- face Ullage which Is essential, Tit are to bs destroyed or held .in check rand moisture- conserved. Th'e fact was ,dlscovefc-uy that vby, plowing in June and frequent cultivation throughout tho growing season largo porllon oi that teat- onV'rjInrall could be ttoteii in iR upper, jfew. [eet ot soli -ana held i'for the'uVe of the crop" gown upon land in the succeeding .spring, lions acres of rich fertile -land' Jri central an'd southern siralhwe stern Manitoba, southern aw! wes't'central Alberla were conslderea W reason of the deficient rain full.. Now II has been abumiantly proved .that- all these regions can be farmed perman- ently and profitably by- Including the bare fallow every third or fourth year In the rotation or scheme of cropping practlBed by tho farrner. The fallbwlng should be' fallowed, lume- dlately with the subsurface Ti'dier.-lt one is available, and in torn try the drag harrows. From this lime AiiJ- tl.l the close of the season no growth should be allowed to live on the low nor should crnal be permitted to form. The drag harrow and the diiclt- fopt cultivator are the best adapted to use in tilling tal- low. Sask. New Ford Management Out to Realizing Aat tenrkc ii the big thing in tW aitomoble that cnttomert want reliable work and prompt cvorierai attentioB we capBasiziBg tnk at oar garage. When yon come fcere you w9 fnd one ready to look after your ineu. We most gw t Mrnce to make you want to come and we wiB give yon ihe kind of tervke you want Our repair deportmett u oder tke management Yom of Ihe best'known women jf Fontlac nodal circles-were hilled neir Detroit when the automoMle In whjcli the ladlce reluming cial function given by Mrs Henry' Zimmerman wai run by an Infer- urban car. dead ire: Mrs Benjamin, Mrs. Kdwln H. Llnab'jry, Mra. Charles S Inck WJf FORDSON TRACTORS Q Tku Ac tractor tke prttiMal ft? vitr tke ymmet Aatpntf. H tttiriar Wekare a foil EM ti repain fer tractor M kaad qWe Ure m haid a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AMD ACCESSORIES of ,Ftrd Can and ari can ffl airf vritn M slwrt Mtice. FORD OARAGE H. L MEIBACH, Proprietor ;