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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta INTERESTTO THEFARMER Of Specially on areas or seasons ol AUGUST 191S whosecrops have neeu cnaso inib nt i and sVrmtaatWn ot I his f jrtaatei into Seulenirjor but It U better Is by the of July tor tall Others who call secure their seed Hire or rhrOuh Independence these are the out j come of the same impulse and attain the same objec The Standard Bank of Canada THE The Blowing isa letter Khkh j caa help you to attain it has been sent by the secretary of the United Farmers of useful as a green crop to I Iho wheat j ntow down and is also useful to hou I regarding the newsuaptr fcttSSSSs Tne nTLfurnishing of this fhi in boiu me fail Jolm tothe holding out o Us cstahlislied at me Canada Wheat soring also saves it from being j V affected in July saso extent as spring crprs j re teg ihe supply at the Branch at The minister of Seed STANDARD BAUK OF CANADA Agriculture The Royal Bank of Canada oratd 1859 tncorporatd 1859 rlead Unice Capital Authorized Capital Pad u Funds farmers en ihe TSOUTHEBN JIanaser W Manager Dictson Manager tuitions from this to advise you that we think for the the case might be met bv a brief statement of the situa tion as it is presented to by our members In the first wo wish to state that nothing that has it long aroused storm ot protest from our members throughout Alberta asjha susses1 tion given in newspaper emnatfng from that the farmers paid or inWnrice of for their wueai Jthe slalemeni by thi1 governmentthe I word minimum price Is I lucre is very wide spread belief ithat this is what Is really intended ibv tne suggestion of siitis inrtial price at There has been a comhination ol circurastances combinaton o c have led the farmers 13TH STREET NORTH SLETCHER 4W AVENUE SOUTH SILLINGTON KIW DJVTTON ANO STWUKO BWKCHtS U THOMAS MANAOEK COALHURST BRANCH FERGUSON ERAMCH MCKINNON MASAOM BUHDETT BRANCH to re ieu me view withexceeding distrust aition any torcc n the prjce of wheat at pres time actual value on the worlds v DESTROY GRASSHOPPER ECGS BY PLOUGHING DEEPLY V Sunflower Silage John Professor of Field TJuiverslly ot Saskatch in Farmers The use of 6Uiiflavers or ensilage Is a relatively new at least in EO far as the stalks of Iho plant aro used tor bis To Mou Una Eiperimeulal Station is duo Iho redit for iwlutlne out tho possibilities owVrs a silage croAlien s Orel les of Mho when In 1915 it hu Experimental Station at roeu sunflower stalks cut up with Ue fetd cutler were fomvn to be cat eiiqutteEatlsfactorily bydairy V tho following ill addition to using some 0 the crop for soilius pur a portion ot was put in the ElloJ two scars following nioro siiufiovjers were grown and more ac cuiato tests ot its feeding valna under Tho results of the work at MpMaua Indicate that is no ob stacle of utilizing coarse fodder crop lor Ocl somo preliminary reports of the ieeu ing trfcitsunder way tiro available that Iho suniioworu silage compares favorably with sitae made from Reports of the mor exhaustive tests now under way ml bo available in n short At tho University of Saskatchewan suuisowers have been grown in small way during each of the eight A careful record of tli yield ot tlia croi has been bu no attempt was utilize In as afeetl when a cou derablo acreage was sown lor silage Duringtie past unllower silage lias been fed to cattlo ith apparently very satisfactory No feeding trials avo been but the cattle ato he silage very In a hort test of sunflower silage compar d with oat silage fed to milking ho former produced slightly more miUrner than the oat The Woman in tjie Case S3 bo to stocks and to or vlco Woman clancro at the first page juit as lliouikn does then tjin Mulctv but her next move Is not sportsnut Goverument a steady or Mnnlilnel Vomls would bo sureI wonder H Will has mada his WlLii The British Canadian Trust 315 FIFTH STREET EXECUTORS ALBERTA Cockshutt Rotary Disc Plows ABE GUARANTEED TO WORK IN ANY KIND OF SOIL I Uohl Tractor Power Sizes 3 ana 1 Traction Lev Sizes 4 to 24 x Horse 3 and 4 I EASILY The Plow tar Satisfactory SMEATON Agent lor Cockshull 1262 1st Averive 659 While the iisht osainsl grasshoppers in portion OL Sasfcatchewan nud Alberta has now drawn close for Ihis season wehavereasontoknow that large numbers of csgs arebeing In other words the hopper are preparing next It is nee every farmer i affected areas to do female grasshopper dt on the 1 drills a hole withtlio end of its hod which latter Isfinally thrust into th Wholesale and Retail Agent nilir ner uuuiiu This test was for a period otonlv afew days And should hs given uniluo it was observed that tie sunflower siiase was more laxative thau tho oat Bilage H from this test that rather lighter feedings than is comnion with oat or corn silago should be With regard to tho culture of Uio crop our records in dicate that tuutlowersyield twice as much a5 corn under the soil and climatic conditions tiat exist at Eas JAMES QALRYiWLE Street Alberta r Who has known and sold this preparation for many Price Paid A Chemist bf long experience writes follows W my none of advertised Olnlmnnts compare with INDIAN DAL51 for value and k not br feverv part of but Has nigmy officers who are capable of handling your with promptnessand souad Let this Bank make your OF COMMERCE i who will reap a profit from farming operations While I in Tcrvmanv owing tocon over wWch the farmers had no the their farms have not for the i past two or three rn 50m four equalled tne of in biicii cii Tnr pzea are most frequently met pasture iicids anil Pastures and road the ravorite places InlasiatcrSwan and but the insects will lays eggs in nny soil thai has not the cost oi were roused in ixoectation ot getting view of Ihe Snail crop I nnnirt at least compensate in for their i of the ne The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all of as at one tirns or The man witli forrifled against and arrows of ouirageous Ifcis the duty of every man to lay aside somothing for the mevitaWe rainy Open a Savings Account lakeyour step along the toad to BANK Established Thefact in snltc mands from fanners t since the beginning of the ing the government to eliminate speculation in the marketing of this years no effort was jnade iji this direction until Uiq price 0 wheat began to iier restricted rcpmhined Ihe report of the of blvmg torn mitteoof the Houseol Commons medlioningihe as me in the present cost of has lead the farmersUo be iieve that there effort on the governTneht to make the people on tbo farn are convinced that covered nqt recommsnaeu vattaB is no and can be ploughed iouEn these metlioda are better than roadways in rath Bcanow the grass to xne ySung hoppers halch when burning it will WHmany o The variety we have used is the same as that used by the Mon tana Experimental namely the Ciant rpr siiage pur poses it may be sown any time dunnB last May eiUier hills or We have alwajs sown ours in rows about eet apart at the rate of approximately ilieeu pourids psr experiments lime oi nianting or tho rate ot piamtiis uavo fm It is nmto nobble Sat fifteen Bounds acre is more sow InhiUsTor under very dry conditions in rows lurUier three isrllttia ai Stc to eight ponnda may ll ioVnd should be PMpared iu the same way as for corn After tho plants are HP tillage Is necessary to control wee as nnd hn cron should be allowed to grow as noHihle and still escape Whenthe seed is in the milk stage it s considered that the crop isjin the best stage for The cut ling can be dono us Ing the corn The filling o with OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE TO GET FREE BATES ON uAY AND STOCK Few Men Desire To Undertake business men can willingly spare tram should anything happen to tho Individual belore he ertflli I litigation and w th accompany n loss frbwenlly Trust Company specializing in the namlnUiraHoh of properly is the logical answer the whom to s Consult iis now about this Important sir iPiisis ans CALGARY AMD ALBERTA inrthose who have not yet seen to tho move Sent 61 livestock and having out ht free the following information Fanners here the suigeation of inspired newspaper forma tje secared ports was an attempt to force from the gov price of the present crop down below i from the railway its actual value on the worlds mar Why there should he such any the stio wuii out in exactly the same manner as if cdrn were iiiEnfTMen nas ljecn lonc ciwbleone to ealimale with any de gree of the probable value ot sunflowers in Western Canadian There 110 doubt of tho ability to yield high as compared with value as a feed promises mil more data should he acquired before it can he considered to have riasseu nTnorlraontal stage nothing js inownol its effect on tho where as it has been shown time and time again that corn leaves the land In much tetter condition for cereal crop than any olier crop now B1f fe te FOR MANITOBA HAY FEED Buy direct rom the Vnoiesaler as it means a saving for both ot MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lcthbridge 0 j tcm jhe Dep kuciu such attempt on the part of the gov ernment or any organization with tho rialional Interest at this organization cannot Farmers already sacrificed more than any other producer tns the filing of the price of the arbitrarily maintained dur ing the Considering Iho larger portion Canadas crop la eioor it seercs to this orEanlzation that is In he Interest ol the es pecially in view exceedingly tori crop thb lhat our whea e sold for iliabest price It will irlng on Ihe In this pcaKing on behalf of the farmers o his province to state ver emphatically that in our view any attempt to fix the price on a basis less than the present price fixed bythe united State govern cannot he justified from any point o Trusting view will leriously considered by your Yours very Provincial ment of Agriculture M These forms must be tilled up sent to tho and certif C7U3 WH1 be sent tack the same da as tho applications are They Eoul bo addressed o Seed Departmenl oi The condltlona are more in last FERGUS FARMERS SELL BULL FOR CASH two years ago Peter anrj George mers In NicliOl near fer guattendeo a o Shorthorn caiUa held near ami a young bull from his celehralcJ navlnf Jl 6W for Sines fen Ihey took 11 to cattle show in Chicago and Ihey were oircrcn somo reapects than they year Kree freight on ha or baying outfits will not given to those who have raoro llian ono huii head ot caltie or horses oriiitu head of sheep and only lwofci stock can ba shipped norlh free and cars of hay dr nrea is as being south ol a line from lo from Chipman to frflm to Camroso and from Camrose lo awln and continuing west i no orily tho province ipftliat free freight will ho given or hay brought from or Sianitoba to the The volume ol feed In and Northern is not ns largess ihltyear but thro was than this shipped There Is still available ft aslure ahout which nornltlon can ie secured by Chie PubUcily Fiftyfour Years of Banking Service EMPLOYERS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFCANADA and BUSINESS skCTION has been established to assist business ana technical men and Umy sailors and war who their secure employment in the occupations for which they have been specially Employers shouldnot wait until increasing business forces them to employ anybody they can but shoum ahead and avail themselves of this unusual to enlistthe services of highly trained ordmanly securedonly On application there can be referred for example or which they ago a from arrived al their farm and offered IHem cash for the an whleli Some Kimis m iho n wor h pork on the valuable H Time has iloltionstratcd tho soundness of tho policies on which tho first Board of Directors founded this Bank fiftyfour anrt which hnvp continued throughout its Because Ha dally affairs have constantly boon conducted in a vativo and vet prorrrtsfllvb tho depositor and general banking public alike Is arcply UNIONBANK OF CANADA RESOURCES OP LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Manager Branches ai onti Baiotii ARCHITECTS JUS1NESS EXECUTIVES SECKETillliES TEACHEB UWCLERiiS COMMEWm ARTISTS SiUSSfUNAGPS TRiVaUNG SALESMEN fHFMISTS YOliNC COLIEGE GRADUATES These workersare returning to civil I a broader view of and n greater I capacityfdr EMPLOYERS Please stateyour requirements to the nearest office of the T EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OF CANADA SECTION Ineach iNFCrRfnMiON AND SERVICE BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF SQLWERS CIVIL REESTAIllSHMENT reoresentative tb render special Krvice in recstJblishment of the returned s ;