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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LBTHBIXIDGK SATURDAY 1SIS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER I PROBLEMS OF THE FARMERS (Some Null lo Crack by Ihe U. P. A., 'S. S. Dunhini, Et Vlce-Pres.) liouse you ceojl.i For milk, ol- loiv Ions ihould eiibujh lo leave ultv for household but II bellar1 to hive loo mucHUau top little. Wheu- ngrlculture ovldeullr eonFlJjra Lhat-lover b'lillilllio Ice houfe tbo faniiers should hare a remedy, I in (ho form of a ciibe. 46 cublo and make the following feet of space for eifli to" P( lion, which li possibly (be wiser! o.', I thorn nil: "Tuil Ibis council rsroinmentli to (lie 'provincial association till tlaVo action In whatever uinnuer tbcj' Idceni odvlsatlo lo eemre the .iionil- and election of candidate! al The CannJUu Council of Agricul- ture lits 'adopted a new platform Wlnglne Ihe farmers' platform up to ilate. We regard Ihh expression on the-part ol our representatives as a uteterplete. At someone has said, H could not. hire pleased be hid "writ1' It. ourselves. nlig as It does with great Interni- flolial problems, It suggests the proper of action down through tho realm 1'of political questions, even lo suci lualtera as iho ownership of Ibe tins foua nMTBpspers nud (he neil leOertl elecllon who will en- periodical publications of the facts o( dorse and support (he plalfora adopt- tbelr ownership anJ control; 'proposed by ihlj llonal representation; the establish- Tills will enable the farriers' or- raenl ol dlred leglsialton through the1 ganlzitlon in euca constituencies lo Inltlatlra, referendum and recall; and put out a mau who will stand upon :tler II He opening of leali in parliament (o the plstforiu and in whom (bey ilo Begin- women on the tame terms ai men." have confidence lo csrry the prlucl- It may tie noted thit sluce Ihe list pies In effect, lly pursuing Ibis platform was adopted Ihe following course Ihe organized Ifltiufrs lire lak- demandi have been enaclail In'.o law ing tho lead Iu formulating the and practice: In which (hey believe anp "IjHWJ UavB been passed providing enunciating them to Ihe public, thus ilally papers. Even suggestion made for, vcrconr.1 Income taxation, lotal giving nil politics! organizations .ia not only practical tut necessary, i prohibition nnd extension ot the (ran- ample uolice, and If Ihe political par- Tho tariff to be -Vnmed; foodstuffs to women, aod a itan has been tlea do nol inee'l theee touditlons lind farm machlneri' Iu be on the made towards the abollllon of Ibe fairly nnd franlily both tn Ibe adop- tree list; the method of raising rev- patronage system'." tiou ot Ihelr platform and Ihe noml- enue- suggestions as to demobilize As orianlzed farmer! we should nation of Ihelr candidates, Ihe farmers lion'of the army; public ownership endeavor lo use tie utmost Influence reserve Ihe remedy hi their hands, and control ol public utilities, snd .to hive tills platform enacted Into which is to uomlrnlu and elect a particularly the declarations In the law.' The council have taken time by mm of their owti rhooilng. In tbll tbt forelock, and no doubt enuucta- way, loo, 11 enables Iba farmers lo lion of the platform will serve an Liu- feel tbeir way and to gain porlinl mission In the future uolttt- Jhe experience nnd confidence that is cal alignment. It la almost certain EO necessary lo ultimate success 111 (bat all political parlies" will at lesst this direction, adopt some of the iilanis, find It Is 1 In 110 'other altogether likely that oue or more of. jourselves .felt more Location a.nd drainage l.ocilo tha Ice uoure In a plife.Mcai1 the dairy ImUEU, and where there Is good natural drainage. 1C watei1 from Iho welling Ire IB not re- moved, melting will proceed" si n more rapid rule. It Ihe luiufo It built on iloplnj, porous groundj natural drain- age shoul'l he sufficient; but if OH n. clsy soil, artificial drotnaje should lie provided, Uso irleniy vl iuBulatlou. H sawdust or lull! shavlDgi era used, see (hat incy are dry. Commercial Insulation Is more efficient and durable than either but la more expensive, en houses jnaulated Vltli sawdust or mill shavings lio ventilated, llouioi with commtrclil Insulation and a ccmenL llnlth ueed no ventlla. tlon. KEEP ROOSTERS FROM DON'T KEEP A ROOBTER Objection Is frequently raised to thi We and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds. Municipal Bonds. Public Utility and Industrial Bonds. C. K.W-J Invited. LIMITED. .HfAD OffKf-. U-KINO STREET EAST '.i .TORONTO' HONTHb-ALIHANCH LONDON, Nt. Auiiln PrUri following passage, are all matters ol Utmost Importance at the present, time. Wo quote Ihe passage: demand the, immediate, repeal' cf Ihe V.'ar Time-Election'Act; the .illscoittlniisncn "of the ol conferring lilies upon citizens o( Can- .nd also hecauae of Ihe noise which fa teemed to be a. down-andouter. There undo by roosters crowing, particularly was no sign of n crop cowing BO he In the early morning Thero li no iw- ordered Ills hired man to plow It up. udi; tho'reform ot lie federal senate: an immediate check upon Inn growth .'uud iDc'reas'ed responsibility Lof iudi- vjdual members of parllamenV in ail Icjlohrtlon: the complete abolition .of ihe patronise system-, the parlies will adopt all of tbe L (ot the.platform. This, however, does Ibal may exist relative lo the farni- .ers' '.interests. In some 'constiluen.- rles 'men may he nominated .who, -Sney pretend Fame time by lion chuurlating to the world political kept in a rEasofiahly uleau condition tnero will: be'no annoying odors. The that he It n fighting Urn we are not primarily R political (nero will- be no annoying odors. The The alfalfa fhowea Its gra- organlzaUon, but that (he aJoptlon of soil la IbeS'ard r.hould be Stirred or tlludo for Ihls coustderallou by >l d- Iheie'principles are necessary to the; freiaently. If not in EOd, ill ing a tcn.and.a-halt lo the acre fit (he primarv work in which we ai'e ta- "der to keep It lo Ihe best condition, firet I saw It on pnmar. work m wnicn are en Ausuet. 23p lhc second crop was coming ga'gcd, apd unless property dealt with y lo male bird. The fact that nialo ia the Hock wl'l hsvi FOR CONSTIPATION hm itood Hx tnt ol Ume. Pinly WocdcifullT lo bialih blliouineM, uuT to PALE FACES Carter'.Iron Pills WO hdv 'ikb H5H1RAGE (Resins i dishonest as [nteollonal -uui of ihe explanations which Ing. .Whal UIE honest farmer." wants in Ihe press regarding; Is honest grading. He wants no rUf unr DIICIWCCC THE HOG BUSLNtSt Iherc Is no no effect on Ihe number .jr TWO BOYS IN eggs laW by.lhe hens. The male hircl should be sold or ealen just n 3 soon as Uie hatching -seaion is over. This I.? desirable not only t-jr Ibe purpose ot CHICAGO, saddle eltmlnitliig noise but also lo save Ihe and nrizo steers are. receiving feed thai the. male at ,h6 aud for tbe reaaon Hat tho esisb ,ro- stoct and llorso lu'c duced alter llie malo Is dispwed of association regarding the grailing ojjljenc'j, however, that over-grading is wheat. In somei ol'the commnuica-1 persistently practised some ;quar- tions found the following insinu- ters, (or purposes lie'sf known to the aljons: graders nnd inspectors offenders. But, surely, farmera'can- must he "ihe whole bundi believe that iliev; 1 hive made Tin jo sklnMne farmers..........----- _ These' are usually accompanied by a demand'Uiat "Central take up the cud- to fight'this suppoa- ect oatra'ge'Tipbn the''farmer." ALFALFA HAS COMEBACK Loie Mere Thsn Gain In reply to ona of these communica- tions J. B: centnl .secre" "It ia" pos- sible; of course, that Individual oper- and again.. "Some correspondence .lias ted that'wheal grading be 'on the b'esis of this basis was used to a the 1916 crop.' Special candltlons.-.how- ever, obtataed in connection with Ibal crop. The iniury to wheal atora 21 lofcal polntl may .rtis- rust and while the berry was sbmnk- .honoily In connicllon wilii the grad- en art llgbtened" In weight j lot of street griin. But the actual per bushel, It was nol dariecea nbr facts are, the elevator comaanlss loie injured for flour .production; to the ner, of Dowltl, Iowa, illustrates thn importanca to which tho bog Indus Iry lias recently grown Iri tho inlddlo wesl. Johnny !s 1G years old 'a TJO not condemn alfalfa too hastily' Hilly and itheiv [Inn uydlshonesly of Uiis-'characler.'That the spring. It mar look like a la Turner'Brothers. Four years they lose by it has been proven time blasted liope. but still have a come- their father" sale them }25 to buy a lacli that1 will surprise T'OU. At least bicycle, hut they bought s sow nni his is the of Dcnkld Me- went inlo the hog-ralslng business iu SaBk.- "Last stead. Todav- they have 000 iu thel Peace Hath Her Victories juj The crcrr bhfovdr and (amSy. and the rtccfl- vuucxian of the 'vorid. The snai call ii slBl for lord- OEhxr irtkiirria "rtuy cot- tut agriculiiuc ncut C.P.R. FARM'S 'v 20 YEARS. TO PAY the way to prosperity tnd iiritkcn iand up to uancd. Laad h bring rspHK? IO'.OT up. Wriie tr borA-lca mai full Ln Mi tmru, C.ML ,J. Irt ST. CAST, CALGARY more-gradea than ther Or, In other the" wftole, the farm- ers ot this country gelUoK a'hlgh- er avenge of gradiog whea on the street, by sinElft.Tragon loads, grad- ed by locai'pperatora, tfian.Trhen. ship- ped in full carloid lots and taking the official grade. ;Tai3, aKer is the grade whlca the sirest must finally .lake. .You mar rest folly very heavy to- the to- late the lower at least, that any single car- load o' 'aTcicrs'.-Trtyst Is graded by exactly .the same standard and just as ralrlj and honestly as Hi at of the Urge elevator companies. _ '..'Some complaint has arisen uccause wheat weighing .bnshel has had. grades. Bui this Is due lo toe fact that Ihe damage'this year Is licluj 'ively (roil damaga, which fltrtens the wheat and it unattractive for flour-milling purposes. Only Want Honest Grading "Grain growers should bear in mind that rteir Interests are affected de- trimentally aj truly hy over grading as by under grading and that over- grading, when purposely done, li as THE STAKDARD BANK j OF XiXNADA TORONTO Save! same extent as is the case with; frost damage. Because a very large proper- ion. of that crop w'aj'thua atfecleS hy rust, it became necessary, for the pro- tection of the-farmer-16; dlvldo our wheat amongst by a special standard. This' same'.stand- ard would be useless in grading the !In Ihls connection pernilt me to state Ihat-amongst Uie.farmers there an iacllnallou to Uoubl Uie good InWhyY6U sliouid make YOUR WILL and appoint us Executor. Write iu about it _' Itie Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. LETHERIOGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDIN9. .'J. W. MeNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public Adminislralor and Official Asiionee (or the Judicial DlitricU tcthbrldae, Maclcod, Medklni. Hal, Cilsary, Deer, Steitlir. OP CANADA YMrMBsbyChefae There (s a decided ad- vantage In depositing your housekeeping money In trie Unioa Bank of CanwU, and Issuing Cheques (or'yqur expenditures. You avoid the risk