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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 OFTNTERESTTQ THE FARMER or all Canada works out to 21 cents n 1915 as compared 17 ceuts la lu 1916 tho average price Is ilghest ill British 25 Quebec and Ontario the average Is IS cents aud la Alberta It la JHE GRAIN Farm and arm an Kecontlwe stated editorially tlut the Grain Commission Board haJ giveu the Mgeest W 5et delecateil o anv group ot men In safeguarding ot the Interests o both producer and ami at tto same time that Hie carrving ciarges from one to the oth er are anJ also wisely protecting thd disposal of our surplus The Hoard bas made its first move bv filing the maiimum wheat price Fort William basis for balance o the present crop at per take ctiect August news was flasheil ever wires ol Western Canada it created quite s furore among farmers largely becanso ot what we are now Informed was a wrong interpretation erf its meaning ie general impression Was that pre crop but we are informed by Wood President of the and ot the membersotthe that the price fised only covers balance of tho 1916 la Woods statement to tha among other he IteceLt indications were that the remainder of the 1916 crop was going to be used for gambling purposes which would serve two distinct purposes ono to heneflt a few gambling mani the other was to unsettle the price of all wheat products as well as ot wheat Our board did not believe thafnny legitimate Interest would be benefUted thereby on the contrary that legitimate Interests would be Stopping Gambling with the one purpose mind ot stopping a gambling campaign in the 1916 we fixed a maiimum price of per bushel for that rem nant of the 191G crop this price of on a basis of 1 North Fort The protabililies are tiiai ihis irll serve the purpose of a flat a remnant will probably seJ righ around that It is a very strange thing that the press reports have come out to the effect that we fixed a mail mum price on the crops ot 191S possibly as it has been clear ly understood by those in touch with the situation that our hoard could no deal with an future crop until we go into cooperative touch with the Amer lean legislation doling with tha board has not yet been The probabilities are that th board will be inshapsto cbbperal Kith us in a few all I then th matter no he np and dealt it is impossible to foretell what action Trill be as itis evident that our board carTcouie to no conclusions until that time and we come into touch with th American Crops of the In regard 1918 and Os we consider ed But we will do so when we get in shape to take the matter In the we can consider gener al principles it seems to that the correct logicof the sit uation wtinld be that a price should be jrat on wheat that would sufficiently stimulate production to bring out the greatest amonnt ot wheat that can be produced practically that when price Is high enough to give this Btimiilua to it should go no We Trill have to find the common ideating ground between the producer and the it is to that that ground is right where reach the price that will stimulate the highest possible practical produc sarily increasing the price to the or dinary consumer and allied Thst means assuring farmers far enough ahead pi a profit sufficiently argc that they can anil will makespe iial provision for extra large acreage climlnaling Kraft and gamb ling proflls holding down carrying charges as low as consistent with satisfactory The farmers business Is a most haz ardous one at all tetag unknown fixing a maximum is not sufficient There also require to V minimum urlce or some other agreement made that would prevent tha likelihood of farm ers as a whole losing out after pulling forth special With so many practical men on the board that we he carefully looked Bread is tie great munition and we the board has begun Us The Fuel Situation Tho worlds coal supply has been seriously afiected by war conditions combined with labor troubles coinci dent with this terrible Greai Britain one of tho greatest coal ex porting is tons hort France lacks even and he coaling of Allied warships on our Atlantic ccast along with the entrance of tha United States as a belligerent all disturbing factors in ihe fuel Coming nearer home the situation is Intensified by the fact that owing to tie recent deplorable West ern coal strikes some tonsbave already lost from this years pro duction with the result that prices are being advancedat the mines from 50 csnis io per The great demand for Iron ore for the manufacture of munitions and the scarcity of bottoms on the Greai Lakes has necessarily meant that a much smaller quantity than usual hac been delivered at the head of the lakes for western how ever is partially being remedied non la many cases railway are not able to gel their supplies from their regular sources so are beta fore ed leban further which takes mor cars and fuel The Federal we Is largely responsible tor not grappling witbthls important matter We are at war and western farmers have rightly exhorted lo increase pro duction and yet in too many cases the real power required to do this shaii ive beea withheld from ttem through negligence on the part of the only group of men vested with author ity to copewith such conditions and Experimental Farms chicken may oe iu your own kitchen out of thu old hens that oust to be killed any method of operation for what is known as Straight rack by the trade Is vcrv simpleand if given in detail as by Barnes chief of the meat and canned foods division health of animals department oi Ottawa Clean and cut up the Sort out ftcsliy such as the thighs and Break off the protruding portions ot the bones in each Pack these fleshy portions in a gem ar or other as closely sail and About a tea poonful ot sail and leaspoonful o Fill lo within H inch ot overflowing with the liquid that comes from the balance ot the process for preparing which is given Place in boiler or other vessel coa ainius war water and gradually bring o a For quart jars boil For the Balance of the Chicken Place in r tie and boil till Ihe meat will strip ve from the Strip off all meat and pack in Pour thereon the balance of Ihe II iiM in the kettle that has not been used iu the first If tliere Is not Cream and Cheese enough liquid to fil the second add Piace in boiler as and boll as follows For pint jars 1 For quarts If the whole of the chicken may be prepared the same as the last In all cases take care not to expose the gem jars to a sudden change of after the Jars have cooled examine the tops to see that the cov ers are During the cooking of the place the glass tops on the sealers but do not fasten steam or gas which may be generated will as the process is fasten the tops a press bulletin ssued Uniov tuu Ceusiis and Statistics Office reports on the total production ft baiter and cheese in Iho creamer ies and cheeso factories of Canada for the year as compared with tho report being based upon returns collected from the dairying branches of the Provincial Departments ot Agrl Tho figures for ISIS represent approximate as tho returns for that year are tot qullo Tho total number of creameries and ihcese factories operating In 1316 is reported as including 993 cream cheese 621 com blned factories cheeso and butter ami 16 condensed milk The total number of patrons contributing lo creameries and cheese factories dur ing the year 1916 was the do liveries of milk amounting to and of cream to 636 Tho two chief dairying prov inces of tho Dominion ere Ontario and Both manufacture cheese aud butter in Ontario cheese Is made thai butter In Quebec more butter is made than In On tario the total number ot establish ment operallng in 1916 was and and the patrons numbered whilst In Quebec the establishments numbered aud the patrons 115 so that the average number of patrons per establishment was 75 In Ontario and 10 In Production and Value of Creamery The total production ot creamery butter in Canada In 1916 is returned as of tho value ot as compared with of tho value of In 1915 Comparing relative production o Ihe provinces the production In 191 is highest in Quebec with of the of as compared with ot Ilia value of in These two provinces together produce about 70 per cent of the total creamery but ter of Ot the other provinces the production and value ot creamery butler in 1916 were In relative order as follows val ue value value Nova Scotia pouuds value British value New Bruris vAlue and Iriuce Edward value Thu average price per of creamery buttor for all Canada works out to S3 cents in 1V16 as com pared KIfu 3D cents lu liy prov nces In 1916 the highest priei vfss In British Columbia 12 cents and Ihe low est In Princo Kdward Island 30 En Ino other provinces tho price per 1916 iva3 as follows Nova Scotln 32 cents New Uruuswlck 3 31 cents Ontario 33 cents the provinces 31 cenls Production and Value of Factory Cheese The total production offactory cheese in 1916 was of tlio value as compared of tho value ot In By provinces tho lead ill prdduction Is taken by On tario with a total quantity lu 1915 of of the value ui Quebec being second with of the value of Those two provinces together account for 9S per cent ot Ihe total production of factory The production and value of factory cheese in tho oth er provinces In 1916 were as follows Prince Edward Island value New value Manitoba value value Nova Sco value and British Columbia value Tho average price per of factory cheese 21 THE HONORED GUEST Firft and dine from whom farcers have every right to expect real assistance in complet their contribution towards the re lict ofhumanity In this worlds crisis This reminds us somewhat of that In in the earlier life of the rate making bricks without Farm ersafe7unaouhledlT supplying tie real sinews of war and in the performance most necessary duly coal to the westernfarmer is as essential as iouti The one hecan the other he has reason to expect will be furnished him so long can pay for This coalshortage is hindering de velopment in many but the point wewish to emphasize particularly at this time Is tte heed of arranging for of as early as Soas lo conserve what coal is available for localities where il Is the only fuel practicable we strongly all who can to any other satisfactory fuel they can Those who can get wood should and city town dwellers who are favored with natural gas shoald make use of it to While describing the method of can something should be said about he poultry to be What is preferred are plump with a proportion of chick the bones of the latter giving a firmer jelly and lessening Ihe danger of a sonpy or As a precaution against this where the pack is straight gela tine may and otteri is So much has been said and written alout the proper methods Weeding and plucking poultry for mar ket that it is useless to go over them One canonly emphasize the necessity of in carrying out the accepted principles in connection with these which are Just as applicable to poultry as heyare to for the market There is another point which Is Im although possibly its carry ng out may detract from the appear nce and affect the to an inei perlenceci all poul AT THE HOME PLATE The how do you like married Jerry Shortstop Jake shes just like an She never thinks Im safe when Im FOR HARVEST HELP Call Up Harris Phone 141 2 Residence Phone 1 4 27 Brread tht Great Munition The arm that runs out ot bread It3 first is the army that will be T Save Marketing Wa The price bread is not Tital to the allied Bread Is vital to The price fixed for wheat must stim ulate Its But the price fixed for wheat must not be I believe that It is tha spirit of this board to do exact jus tlce to the lo Ihe ordinary consumer and to lha silled I is not an easy problem to Bu 1 have Implicit fallh in this board us ing its very best endeavors to serv mil I do not see inst how ire are going to make this stimulalio of production effecllve unless we an nounce a price for the 1918 You slrictlybear in mind that we have no direct control over any prodnct except wheat and other hit you will also bear in mind that if wehad let a few gamblers tako the prlco of Ihe remnant ofthe 1916 crop ot wheat up to or per buih we would have been the indirect cause of flour going to a very jnrea Eonable The above is along BSiie lines and bears out our expression of faith stat ed in a former editorial that the board would certainly be able to cope with its in a sattsfcctoiy man 7iie big question really is to stim ulate production lo the pAa practical point without unneces lo oavc This is a period ol Irae of The war may be con idered an Incident a most lerribl It is but It Is driving horn he necessity of Nalurall be war has been responsible for ra increases in food This ba so conspicuous tbat we could no hislp but see Other how ry Intended for canned or other after being properly jled and should be left un drawn and kept in a suitable tempera for a day or two in order that the chemical changes which follow the killing of the bird may have an oppor tunity to lake EARNINGS gross earnings for week ending Aug decrease ot help i them Important to have on prior to ad In a large ed siock of funeral which enables to at lovveit MacKay MtcKa Modern Undertakers 8th Srd Country Orders Are Given Prompt Attention 1902 ppert pA havealso at work to he advanccfopa prices and one of la the waste In In past hundreds and even thousating uf carloads ot perishable products have rolled In the fields for lack ot transporlation or because ot expensive Western farmers have nol suffered from food as little of their produce is of such a per ishable but many of them hare lost ways through In adequate transportation or excessive marketing In many parts of the an advanc ed step in marketing Is being taken by organizing marketing These clubs although far from effective as irarXctiog agencies are nrovlns bene ficial bybringing about a means of closer cooperation through encour aging a studyof markela and In a general way educating the members to ihe common difficulties that must beovercome before more economical bo The miiin of coopera Gettogether and ship or pur chase by tho Tho hrough their are doing good work along his There never was a fime la our his tory when real cooperation between and transportation com panEcd was 66 essential zs Every available car must be used lo Us capacity in this time of fuel M labor scarcity and no ihill Tldual is entitled at Ibis critical period lo hold acar for a day or even an hour longer than Is absolutely This Is a time for mutual effort and broad for farmers firal with each other and then collectively with the transportation Tommy to bareheaded Want to do yer You a In no good ler me like that You op haili an bring yer elmct wlv Im next don HAY WANTED A few car loads at tha follow ing prices 1 1 1 Mixed Farm Products 201 SHERLOCK Phone Mgr An Efficient Executor Losses arc often caused in an Estate through or mismanagement of the individual Exmitoror This can be avoided by appointing this It acts on Ihe advice of bonded to carry out the Instructions of the andhas experienced officers In charge of all Its The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY ANP LETHBRIDGE Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of Wedlcine FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU of th Department has opined off n the Boarrt of Trade Bulldln for the diilribution of labor Southern farmers requiring Ijslp and men In search of work carl get together by welng writeor BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE ifi yith Jne tomorrow old Second Gentleman I Im going lo seo Klrst Nnver mtaa brloK him along with Tho Soperlon cheeso factory owntd by Davidson Brock was totally destroyed by The loss Is between anl Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gu Only high class work leaves cur arid quote you that are NIVEN 211 Flrrt Phon 1732 FARM LANDS 50 PER ACRE Acre Cash Will now buy our fine GSO farm 5V miles south of New Balance In our equal annual interest at 7 80 acres fine breaking ISO acres flno for stubble crop 500 acres now under Present growing crop ot 400 acres will probably be worth over Call Rural 411 or write Felger Farming Of the Hudsons Bsr Corapiiy snd CaUary and Edmontoo Lwi FOR The Macbeth Agency FARM LOANS We have money to loan on farm land at reasonable Valuations are mide from Lethbrldge and we have the rec ord for promptpayment after taklnj of usually leu than two Do business with an old tabllsned and reliable Johnston Suite Alberii Block I FOR Dominion Government Bonfls 1937 in Dcnoiiiiiiations of and at Interest Five Per British Canadian Trust Mariifler PHONE 1843 CONYBEARE BLOCK FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS Dropped March from Full Wood Komneys and Kaniboullet Ewes per head in W Carload Loto Pf IO or less LETHBRIDQE OELIVeRV ANY TIME These are the ituff brtet In from Friwo World Exhibition for the western keeping both mirtton and constitution In Iah CALL OR WRITE HARVEY FIFTH LETHBRIOOt Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay i A STAUDEMAK Four Horses for the Price of One and a Ford IN GOOD CONDITION MAKES A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR HOME3 M PER WILL NOT HARM YOUR IF YOUR AGENT DOES NOT CANDLE WRITE OR PHONE StaudeMakaTractoF Sales Limited ELEVENTH OR John Alberta ON HAND AT CALGARY ;