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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta INTERESTTO THE FARMER iPROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS 8Mae NtU to Crack br the byV you ifoeHtt jf coftnf low tons These floahtl ahoutd MiWlih to leave ft mat Kin for hoiiMhoM we but It la totter to liare too ttwek thaw too when ever WWIId the Ice hottfl agriculture evidently the farmers should have a In the form Allow 45 and make the following recommenda which ii possibly the wltttt them nil That this council recomnwndt to The Canadian Council of Agricul ture hatadopted a new platform fainting the farmers platform up to We regard this expression on thepart of oar representatives ns a At someone has it could not hare plensed us better if WB had writ It Begin it does with great Interna tional It suggests the proper lllte of action down through the realm of political even to such nattert as the ownership of the daily Every suggestion made in not only practical but The tariff to be foodstuffs and farm machinery be on the tree list the method of raising rev enue suggestions as to demobilize the provincial association that they take action In whatever manner they deem advisable to secure the nomi I nation nnd election of candidalea at ting forth by dally newspapers nnd the next federal election who will en periodical publications of the facts of dorse and support the platform adopt their ownership ami control This will enable the farmers or ganlcntlon in such constituencies to tional representation the establish ment of direct legislation through the referendum and recall and put out a man who will stand upon the opening of seats In parliament to the platform and in whom they do women on the same terms as It may be noted ttist since the last platform was adopted the following demands have been enacted into law nnd practice have confidence to carry the princi ples in Ity pursuing this course the organlxed farmers are tak ing the lend in formulating the prin ciplos in which they believe anji tion of the army public ownership endeavor to use the utmost Influence and control of public and particularly the declarations in the following nre all matters of Laws have been passed providing enunciating them to the thus for personal income total giving all political organisations prohibition and extension of the fran ample and If the political par chlse to and a start has been ties do not meet these conditions of Rnd franhly both Jn tne tion of their platform and the noml should nation of their the farmers made towards the abolition patronage As organised farmers we to hate this platform enacted into fhe council have taken timft by the and no doubt enuncla reserve the remedy iu their which is to nominate and elect a man of their own In this it enables the farmers to feet ot apace for ton of LoaMHtft and drainaae TiOcate the Ice house In a ihadf the dairy and where there Is good natural It water from the melting ice is not re melting will proceed at a more rapid If the house Is built on porottR natural drain age should be sufficient bnt It on a clay artificial drainage should be Use plenty of If sawdust or mill are see that they are Commercial insulation is more efficient and durable than either but Is more Wood en houses Insulated Vith sawdust or mill shavings should bo Monies with commercial insulation and a cement finish need no ventila TO KEEP MOOSTtRS FROM DONT KEEP A Objection Is frequently raised to the keeping of poultry in towns and cities because of the odor which may result We Buy and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Municipal Railroad Public Utility and Industrial DOMINION SECURITIES CORPORATION r VMPKsidtnl AnlTtMMrw BMMhMim HCAD Office it KINO STREET EAST MONTRIAL HUNCH LIU Amtla f ulUrlf he bad an alfalfa field that Hollowing nre ail matters or unu no eumicin H IUB imruiirs 10 i tn iha a Ar utmost Importance at the tlon of the platform will serve an Imfeel fheir way politically and to gain also because of the noise which Is I IM t tnMrIn WSB HU S1BU We quote the passage demand the immediate repeal cf the War Time Election Act the of the prqotice ot conferringtitles upon citizens of Can iida the reform of the federal senate an immediate check upon growth of government by and increased responsibility of indi vidual members ot parliament in all legislation the complete abolition the patronage system the publication of contributions and expenditures both before and after election cam paigns by all candidates the removal of censorship upon the restoration of and the immediate restoration of the rights of free speech the set in in the early There is no neordered his hired man to plow It cessity for the poultry flock to become On account of the rush of spring the execution of the order In a few days the alfalfa portant mission In the future polltlthe experience and confidence that is made by roosters It is almost certain so necessary to ultimate success that all political parties will at least I this adopt some of the and It Is i Jn no other way could we make ft nuisance to altogether likely that one or more of ourselves felt more and If the dropping boards are cleaned the parties will adopt all of the plank at the same time by taking this ac daily and the houses nnd yards are u ot the does tlon enunciating to the world kept in a reasonably clean condition mat no it a not entirely satisfy the conditions I that may exist relative to the farm In some constituen cies men mny be nominated though they pretend to stand upon the farmers do npt enjoy the confidence of the In constituencies the council of primarily a political there wilr be no annoying The The alfalfa showed Its gra but that the adoption of soil In the yard ahonld be Stirred or titude for th s consideration by UUL Hit BUUpkiUU WE principles are necessary to the spaded if not in in Ing a tonandahalf to the acre at the ry work in which we are en der to keep it In the best first and I saw on and iinlMn nrnnerlv dealt with This will not oniy tend to keep down August the second crop was coming these primary and unless properly dealt with we wilt be forced to take such politi cal action as may be necessary secure their i FOR CONSTIPATION stood teat of r Wonderfully to banieh tadlceeHoa ana to op bad PALE FACES bM la Blood I SUET 1 i Reglna LeaderV t dishonest as Intentional undergrad of the explanations which What the honest farmer wants appeared in the press regarding is honest He wants no high i the question which has been er grade than his wheat is properly j Is official inspection honest num entitled to any more than he is will erous complaints are received at the ing to take a lower than the correct i central office of the Grain Growers There is abundance of evl association regarding the grading of j that overgrading is In some of the commnnica persistently practised In some quar any odors which might but also on strong with a even allow the droppings to be absorbed The taken on that into the soil more and there shows McKay standing the fore keep the yard in better condition and gives some idea of the way for the I in which the alfalfa had regained pos The male bird need not be a mils session of the The field was Unless it is intended to hatch seeded in iu Grain chickens from the flock it is unne Growers Ksry to keep a male The fact that there is no male in the flock wil absolutely no effect on the number TWA BOYS IN eggs laid by the The male bird should be sold or eaten just as soon as the hatching season is This U desirable not only for the purpose ot e feed and for the reason that the pro stock and Horse the lfr 5 It once humble American hoe is also Since these eggs are the in the gwlne K w are far tncir much better than fertile aristocratic THE HOC BUSINESS A While saddle llminating nolae but also to save the horgeg and prize gteerg receiving eed that be vzln by the male much admlrfctlon at the international tions are found the following insinu ations The graders and inspectors for purposes best known to the farmers can consequently are superior for serving or for ALFALFA HAS COMEBACK Do not condemn alfalfa too hastily must be bought the whole bunch j not believe that gain have made up to skin the by dishonesty of this That la the It may look like a These are usually accompanied by a they lose by it has been proven time blasted hope but still have a come and demand that Central take up the cud ostensibly to fight this suppos ed outrage upon the Loae Mere Than Gain In reply to one of these communica tions central secrer writes It is pos of that individual oper ators at lotal points may practice dis honesty in connection with the grad ing of street But the actual I back that will surprise At least The case of Johnny and Billy Tur of illustrates the importance to which the hog indus try has recently grown in the middle Johnny is 16 years old and Billy and the name of their firm is Turner Four years ago their father gave them to buy a but they bought a sow and Some correspondence has suggest1 this is the experience of Donald Me went into the hograising business in tetl that wheat be on j of Indian last Today they have GOO iu their the basis of because this basis was used to a large Vor the 1916 Special how obtained in connection with that The injury to wheat was from rust and while the shrunk en and lightened in weight per it was not darkened nor facts the elevator companies lose injured for flour to the more grades than they In same extent as is the case with frost Peace Hath Her Victories and The duty of every mop now is to provide a living for himself his and help in the recon struction of the The great call is etill for Other industries may col but agriculture must FAR MS 20 YEARS TO PAY the way to propet ity PrairieLandJiicoJjoanacre Irrigated land up to Get Land is being rapidly taken Uriie for free booklets and full Um Gafl gos lit CALOAMY other on the the farm ers of this country are getting a high er average of grading when galling on the by single wagon grad ed by local tBan when ship ped in full carload lots and taking the official after is the grade which the street sold must finally You may rest fully at that any single car load of farmers wheat is graded by exactly the same standard and just as fairly and honestly as that of the large elevator Some complaint has arisen because wheat weighing very heavy to the has had to take the lower But this is due to the fact that the damage this year Is exclus ively frost which darkens the wheat and makes it unattractive for flourmilling Only Want Honest Grading Grain growers should bear in mind that their interests are affected de trimentally as truly over grading as by under grading and that over when purposely ia as TMK MTD 1873 STANDARD BANK qr CANADA MEAD ornec TORONTO Save OUGCBSS comet to those who are prepared for thoM with money in the Bank can open the door to A Savintfa Account it always an available Start Open account with thia Dank and by aavinf be prepared for all Interest paid or Compounded Manager Manager Manager IX 13th 4th Avenue New Because a very large propor tion of that crop was thus affected by it became necessary for the pro tection ot the farmer to divide our wheat amongst the different grades by a special This same stand ard would be useless in grading the frosted wheat of In this connection permit me to state that amongst the farmers there is an inclination to doubt the good in tentions and effective service of the because its officers fail to take up the cudgels in cases where the farmers think they are suf fering an If the Grain Growers association is to continue to l be the power for good has been in the it leaders must at all times be Thby must fight dishonesty and oppression where they find it to But they must not appeal to the farmers for popular support by taking up the cud or pretending to do every where the through lack of fuller Has conceived the idea that he is suffering exploita is still exploitation in con nection with the marketing of it is But so far as the official grading of our wheat is we have found no reason to believe that tbere is any errors do for the human element does always enter Into the grad ing of It is not something which can be done with scientific and mechanical It is also truo that a sample of which is near the border between two grades in might on one occasion be say 1 northern and on an other 2 by the same grader and both with honest THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SOI EDMUND CcnL Muiaaar SIR JOHN General Manaav Supc of f THRIFT To provide for the future it is necessary not only to but also to provide a safe place for your No better place can bev found than our Savings Lethbridge Manager Warner Branch Manager Milk River Branch Manager HOW GOOD JCE MAY IE ASSURED FOR FARMS BY USING NATURES SUPPLY To have good ice on your farm be sure the supply of water is Clear the pond or stream of vegetable matter otherwise it will be frozen in the Protect water from drainage from contaminating sources such as and refuse Keep the ice surface clear of as it retards Mark off the surface into of the desired beiug sure that the lines form Cut out a atrip of ice the wldtb of the cake Force this strip under the surface ot the ice tbw opening a channel to the land off large cakes and float them to the where limy may be cut into smaller Not Many For the average farm the only tools forjuired are two two pairs of two ice onu pointed one straight board for Where cream only is to be allow ut leaot onehalf ton of ice por cow iu estimating Ibu stye ica THE tOYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Reserve and Undivided Total 520 Branches in British West Porto Dominican Costa Rica and SAVINGS DEPARTMENT AccountB may be opened with an initial deposit of One Interest is credited Business Accounts carried upon favorable LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MAGRATH BRANCH CARD8TON BRANCH Manager Manager Manager OP CANADA OpeDalwukeepina Aceouht and Pay Your Bills by Chefue There Is a decided ad vantage In depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank or and Issuing Cheques or your You avoid the risk ol keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when and each when catha4 becomes a Receipt LETHBRIDOE Manager CARD8TON BRANCH Mancgtr BARONS BRANCH Manager following Canadians have been awarded a bar to the Distinguished Conduct Medal when ills company was held up at the crossing of river with one private he rushed an enemy machine gun post which was denying the push ed on regardless of capturing the with four infan n tank which had fallen behind commenced Tiring upon our herd of valued at They are exhibiting n prise boar at the for which they refused nn offer of The firm has won C3 including three blue rib he immediately put hel met on his bayonet and ran to the tank through a otorm of bullets until he attracted their attention and divert ed tho in his platoon wai advanc ing on a village along a the en emy a He rushed out with a machine beating them off with heavy The platoon was next held up by a defended wire Up was wound od by a bomb bursting on his He next found of his men very badly He picked him up and carried him back under a hall ot WEALTHY GREEK DEAD Pantezo a leading Greek is He left hii entire fortune ot francs to the Greek govern The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all of iu at time or The man with a snap bank is fortified against the flings and arrows of outrageous It is the duty of every man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy Open a Savings Account take your first step along the road to e f MCRCHANT5 BANK Head Office OF I MONARCH NOBLEFORD Established J Acting Acting A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other field pro ducts pass annually through the City of are you putting aside 9 little for the lean years which will come Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly The British Canadian Trust HEAD 318 FIFTH 8THEET ALBERTA PHONE 1843 A Reason Why YOU should make YOUR WILL and appoint us Write us about The Trusts and Guarantee Limited CALGARY AND LETHCRIDUE OFFICE BANK OF COMMERCE l Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts Medicine fled LUND SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT U8 REGARDING t WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH BRANCH YARDS AT CHIN AND AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATER HARDWARE AND FARM BOX OR PHONE f LETHBRIDGE ;