Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
K "PA FLY HERALD PAGE If hard work is sapping your strength-re In force with BOVRIL DISTRICT NEWS .ENCHANT (From Our Oyvu (.01 respondent) Encbinl, fh? Enchant lejfintlle'.Co.'.; W- fraud ball ne'vy storo nulldlng. Friday, InrhaUon was wea- Jaif. 26..-A IsBueiV t to' 'cnjpy the lioBpltaljty of Tlie. hall, wja EL Brapi'iuajch and IDE continual 'Until: four o'clock. aud.enJoyBljlp.lu.ncli wan aery new building laa 4' ,three sides whore 1 card, for ijot.carlni.lo Janfe.. The Krcd Loliell the myslc, willed enjoyed ipy Both dancers .and ,thc. gucBls Jrom .Lelhbrldgo.i 'Lomond 'Turin; Jlflllaw, Harons-.. and Postmaster J. D. 'JaycoclfU a pa- Illeiit-lir the- Oalt: hospital si Leth- bridge; Harry Is running Iho his father's ali- Mr. Wra Baskln'returned last week -.frpni "a'l'rlii (6 thc'coaBt. JilK-a'nd-flrs.'-A. B. Frceburgcr ore 4 few at Spokane. Mr. Snider returned on Tnes dav's li'alii'ffom'a.tTro weeks trip. Mr. SlovlnBori yill day oenlng February South Africa, AS f Saw It, Thc lecture v.111 be enhanced by a nogro choir and jmislc. Re trCBbmentB and Li enjoyed at takfi ploco In the TPreBbytcrlfln' church Mrs. lynn and Lawrence returned-from-Wlnnljwg Friday: I a at The doctor meeting lii LeLh brldtfo, Ovi'lng Lo Ihe bltlcr Lhc absence ot Hpinb of'th? of Uie board, Lhe anDuaJ. meeting of' the was I a later dale. (I-roin Q'JT fpwr. CnrrV'uondenD -omond, Jan. we grumbling a while ago that' the didn't see flny.Hlgn.bf our open ,cr. They are beginning .to row. thai trie_6tprlgs_ of winter.' something sub I a FlQslernrs .'and bricklayers arc b sinning be_ flooded "wllli work, tie'doDC In the'cprjagV' Joe, Fred 'and.' Mrs.'. Llnslead, a rived on las Train, fro Llie They went' down Ml nearolla to' vjslL ITEMS! INTEREST TO THE FARMER CHOP AND EGGS AUIv IN GHKAT OF GOOD SlCKll POTATOES Fell, 'CcnEua lalletlc? ofricQ Jammed today annual sllniBto of Iho yield, find aluo of Ihc ijraln crops of Cnnadu tor ic ficaeon of HolurriB of the _c yields :pcr aero, ol thp aver go weights par measured bushel and t HID average prices per re- vived by farjnors have been 11 .completion ol liroBJiliLKi from agricultural cnrrp- nondcntfl _ throughout and. or Ilia llirc'e prnlrJe provinces A large of return B estimating Lhq aver IG now estimated Si as compared with JSJ1, tlic revised cstlinato ol 1515. 1'hs tojala comprise grala crops I72IWO, cgnijiarcd with In ISlf; potatoes and sugar heels compared, with and crops JomparoJ ivtlh The total of Is higher than In any urevloiis year "with tlin e'xccpllpn of HON.J. HRELL'S! APPEAL 10 IHE MORE POULTRY, :GREAT PRITAIN MORE EGGS '..Atjio time Iri the history of the Dominion .has the necessity for (n created, prpducllon ot eggs and poul been more appaicnl Uhan at the tline. Tho demand 13 unpre 'Tl.ls IB truu ivlicllier Tor eaporr, or for borne conaiirapllon Consumers generally and even pro d.ucer'01 Uipmselves arc eating' mori eges- 'J'he a.'erage pe: eggs In Canada tlila yea Jjo greater 'than ever before. .TJiijjnarket for Canadfan eggs and pouHry IF. very firm. Prices lo are extremely hlghj bu; uv'cj prices 'trade- Is Increasing! active all ovei" the country. Tlic prpsfccls for. a conUnuoJ demand ar very b'rlglil." !Tho country Is facing shortage, not only of current receipts Canadian" storage slocks a In Iho need stock. Such re- nnd there Is a surplus elot) Jn ylclil may liave btcn due En Alnerla yet to bo eliii.ped. disease or adverse, .or Wli.lc Ihe dealer IB the ono who tllllcnH affccletl the trop at'dlrcclly affected the rojcctioirol somo lime and It may bo better lo Iho producers must ulfi- discard tlic enUrcly than Lo (i-ylmalcly Buffer the results If Iho Unl- lo bring It up to HE former vitality] led States markets stioutil ho by Gcjectlou. For two years and a half, war, red and ruinous, has raged through the world, anti ftLHI no decision has been rcathcd. There la reason to hppe that before 1917 c-losta Lhe struggle for liberty will have been won, or greatly ad- vanced. Amid the varying phases cf this titanic conflict the Fact standi out more clearly than ever that agriculture IB of supreme Im- portance, Extraordinary measures arc being taken by the allied countries ID'Increase and encour- age production, It Is earnestly hoped that every (armer In Can- ada will atrlve, to Increase the food supply of the Empire. A still powerful arid unecrupulous ene- my openly avowa Ita Intention to try and alnk all ohlps carrying supplies to England during the coming' year, 'In the tremendous strain yet to come a vital factor will be an a'niple and unfailing flow of food to England and -France. No mailer.what difficul- ties may face us Lhe cup re me duly of every man on the land la to use every thought and every energy In the dlrectlon'of produc- ing still Bo great has been hae Ag Gaictte for demand that we shall he obliged lo ?_., import1, to 'hieel our own require-! meats.: IncrcaaeJ production more iL Is hoped that 'the increase I productSon In Llie Province ere ttey have enjoyed 000; for Itarloy acrc.i Calgary .'to, attend Iho -Kn- Co'a on Friday .Mr. Ostruni.haH epld Ms anil ileiiartment sioro here to Messrs. grain croiis. of. Canada in 1915 "and cam pare favor- 'quantities' of 1 has're- icntly from pneumonia.-vV 1 r'; lji -A ther.'. IB? on ioic, as "corrected" by LhV cchauB'' rb- icw hcxulc'durlng-thls fine vrea- iufnB of' iDio.'are cs- received hero a days ago, timalcd as follows: Kilties, Is wounded jn'r-jrrancc. Bh.y.'iyitli that ,'ohtalnaulc elsewhere natural. y. bo Tellocled in the matter n farm Iprlco. This, is the situation. Heartc Canadian egsi'y reducers liave res-jruay draw their, own conclusions. onaed well call for. increased j countfy as a -OF .SECURJNG'.VI wa'9 Iinpflfting-eggsl a OROUS POTATO, STOCK yeara as'o, has, in pro- (EspCTlmental Fprms Note) 'llpt- ol Trayers.' capiured i beoVy prlre, aardinea, he represent- .ed a The Farmers; union'are lioldlng an- .other dafice ,In their.hnjl on Friday, 'Feb.- Eycrybody -out and have'a'good time, we dancTo Curtis :prosram .in Lbe Jan. 31sI. J.'-S.'McBraync1 and son Hoy led 31st, fur a Jew_ reeks .Tlsit; at Swift t (Fmin Our-On-'n-Corr-spondenU .TlurdetL, --Jflf'.- .'MV; Habpr's new hall completed: JU -one of the. best Jand In Southern "Alberta.-..The opeiiliiK b; the; new' hall 'In Friday 9Ui, ;wlien he'a, pic fore show and dance alter the show 'bten: many ple o_ ide and 12 feet-deep. acrea bunli wheat 5.07G.OOO 'rom "acres- grains bought out Jones; iiprlh Coilualc. relurneil alter shorl visit California. Jlr anil lira. A: Ojvcna .enlcilained L few friends tcreiimE. A dainty-, dinner serjert attar iwhlcl rtahcliiB s'n'd cafda ..Uie: gnesti liusy to'a iJlr, J. C. BOBS. (mow. busy Daleil hay. --J, Mr. J. C. E033 has just. purchased a large y- J. Cassidy-, now (alilng Mte easy, supply ol water from -M. J. ls: keeling p 10. rxiierliuenta conducted Do There has been considerable acllv- In tlic shipping ot western pota- oa tills season oivlng Lo Ihc failure the crop In Ontario and certain ,rls of Ihc Slates, and to Lho pro- ictlon of a surplus In tho Western rovlnces of Canada. AVhllo tlic .stern demand Is Bufflclcntly strong ensure prcfltaldc prices lo western roduccrs, higher prices dye bclnp aid by tlcalers who "arc supplying '.o United SI ale's markets. Under tlic regulations Of tlic United latcs Dcpartmcnl of Agriculture, tl.c nporlation of potatoes la prohibited om certain countries 03 account of 10 presence In those countries of Lho isease known ns potato wait or black cab. The Canadian product IB -nol ndcr an embargo ou this account' ut is subject, (o inspection at the oundary. Already there has-been a onslderablo movemcut. of potatoes lo fnlted Slates markets from British 'olumbia, .Slanltoba and Saskatchc- -ah. Muiu cars, however, have been ejected at the bo.uhd.ary.. Sovcral ars have already been Alberta and to date, alt Iiavo passed nspcctlon; The possibility .of a .-prof- table business depends upon tbo .con- lllon in wlilch iwUtoc'e KO Torwarvl against Can ad 1ft n potatoes, The partmeiit, of Agriculture for the prov Ince Is dcslroua of seeing Lhe' potato growers prelect tbemselves lo the fullest degree risible by mccll'nfi .he conditions demanded Ijy (he Unl ,ed Stales Horticulturist Hoard, Ac- to Lho regulations of Iho De- partment ot Agriculture, potatoes can I'd Imported only .under a.permit Is- sued by the Federal Hoard at Washington and these nre ieaucd exclusively to importers In the United Slates. Tlio Provincial De- partment of AgrlcuUuro lias been lu communication with the United Stales Federal DeparlnicnL with a view to, 11 (iv ink provincial Inepcctlon at BhljJ- plng point accepted In place or fed-, eral Inspection at tlic boundary, II Is ovldent tlial there Is a risk ol rojccLlcn at the port o[ entry with- the conseQuent hardship lo tho eblp-. per and the danger of permanent In- jury to llio market. After some cor responcJenco the Department has been advised that Inspection by United. State's officials must be made at boundary regardless of any previous Inspection. Tbo regulations state thai cars will not be condemned by reason-of Ihe Infection of a small percentage ol tubers with such common diseases scab, black leg, fusarlum wilt amj dry rot, but a general condition of case from these troubles ulll lead to'. the refusal of the shipment. should bo tbc aim of producer and, dealers to keep "all potatoes ED at' fccled out of their shlomepta. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister oE Agriculture' FARMSFORSALE cloae Jo tho "storo.Uiese'daT3fo keep out-of the F. IJriflderi.VrnanagHr of :lhr Seiijrlty -haVing; h( troubles to. hl3p pujnp J. W. Fewell.-. Is "expected back Mfiich 1st with vlfc arc .his own enelne JIIC UL rtll Bt> U- _. log's enterlitimenfat rtiice or ln "whhiis for Mr. Reb'er'a succe9al'are exprijsed Durnhini returned rj j a visit wtlh r'eiEtlvee in an'l oMier aiale la nbt.ivcry and .pio'sty everyone .thp. ricelyed ;.a...carf of cpai. yeslcrdair 'and "glad overy- wcM Hupplicd wiih lor R short-. vigil Jn MonUra. lean last _ of Louis )'gwei- rnd red .Saturday from Jolm Ell'i church eolith' of B.urdeltv, .The' cblld of enri the buriel.Ia to liii'lfci the Ptllstor cemetary" north "of Johnston li -home loltnd where, The school chs -J ua at. W.-.II. Fewell is BoinE on" SashalchewaTi. :V J. Johnston has "'just "purcbasctl lonie re'glsterert hogs.. p. McMillan .3 having quite a time ounfllng up -hls.hpgs.- ha'fo' remoTcd i their sheep camp' to Co'aldale. -Qulta 'a .few. land 'deals gone liTpaBhllatejy. .which looks good COT lie fiilare, 'of .'J.' Ilalbeck; Ihe "prqitTeBsive; store keeper 'the mercan ,llc business to' 'fa Into sheep and stock. He Will, lie. Breatlj., missed In the neighbourhood. V.--, expecL'fo have a dance'at some luture date In the Gblii of th-3 BOUI! V or ihortl I pa'rl'of lown'.uBCd [or (uil. 1 irinii'g woTkera of charch' -rflftt .-.with ,1. -I'lpiUln 'and 'evening and qullttj i quijt Iliat Is to be rat fled lilcr th'c benefit' of rhnrch" woTk.'. llr.'AWra.'- Maxwell hao taken brer the poolroom' from 'John Iloitglna: Mr.'.and .Mrs.1 J.-llodglns .expect to leave for next da'y'.pr Triesday. THREE MILLION pLANT FOR CAN BOROEN Toronto, Feb. H. Mulcahey purchasing ngenX of the. Grand 'Trunk railway for Winnipeg .and; the' west hw been' Rppo'loTed piarcbiEink agen of Ihft Canadian, wing" or, the Flying corpp, which, -TucsdaY, iiwarc ert a contract f plant an training school it Camp BoVdciii Onl i, OAKJDSTON r Own Comppondent) Fob., 1 The Udlcs1. Aid of Iho Preitrtcrliin church7 'win bs held the tlrst Wednesday, in Kebrnarr at the hoina'ot JJra. (Dr.) Lyon. from acre? and corn for huEklng bushel! Irpra acres. -I. Average Yields -Per Acre of "Grain Crops in Canada The.average yields per acre principal, prafn crops, for i31G1'.nreJ in bushels ,as follows, 'the of 1315 an'd 101G being placed brackets for corapartson: Kall'Wh'eat and Biiring'.wlieat and all 17 iZDJanil 'oats BTI! -liar- ley 25 and ryo-20 arid neaa beans' (IfiJj'aQd :biick- wheat arns 'and" corn, for Busking >nd' For Xwli.ca.lj ats, flasseeil ge yields .althoiigh inrerlor the vcellphl felurns'of 1015, afc an those of 1314, which was Vycir low yields due (o For ie jiycrpBG is lower" thari In hiii gher than in 1DIG.' For peas, bean B, ickwheat, inlscri gniins 'and'corn for uaklng the average ylclrtB'arc lower in cither-, of the preylauB cars. Quality of Grain-'Craps The'quality of llio-grain crops Vq as determined; by bt In Ib.-pfer meaaurert follows; Fall" 69'.S2'In. 15 whVal 56.51 iV. nU wheai b.- oats 33.80 yc 54.95 Ib.; peas Ib.; beans Buckwheat 48.35 lb.; .raised grain lb.- ;Ilax 55'lb.; and usiting 56.51 For tieso weights per- measured' hushe re lower than in '.any prievlqus-jer n record.; T.' Average Valuet Per of Grq1 Crcps In Offselling the low yields and sra'dea s Ihc Increase.In the grain received by farmcri .Jn-191 These, prices arc considerably b''1' han those- of 1915, aid are CTcri hlffh: er lhan "Ihel priced whikh ruled ;ln I914vaflor. thn'outbreak of Thft average- prices Jicr bushel re- ceived by Farmers for the grain', pro; ducts o[ 1316 work out AS follows: Fall wheat ?I.M iBalnst In 1915, spring svhcnt ag-alnil-82 cents, all wheaL apwlnit': 63 cents, oats 153 cents against 34 cepti, barley 82 cents aga.nal- 11.11 against 79 flaxseed 12.05 Against against beans 15.40 Against buckwheal M-07 agalnbl 75 cents, ''grmioi ccota against 57 ccnla for husking flgalnal 71 ToUl Valuei Field In Cinida The lotal farm values of pai ot 1916 arc now, fcstl mated M folloive, the values of >hesl, pals, rj'e and fTaxKced belni basetl upon thn corrected trou ccnsuf rct.uni3 of 1916, responding .values ,pf arc gtvcn'lri" brircltcti oals and barley: J In yield wh'cri Erpirn under iml- rm Seed from these positions of Lhe 'differ- ent lolK worn changed very lilLle in the second year, hut tfic lowest yield- ing oiica Increased somewhat and the yield .was nol so grcal." Seed .from fifteen others of this rieRTly..'pnB million dozen acre or a uffcrerico oC 201 Lushcis per durjnj? tbo. (ir.sl Tvechf.acn bt' Yel; the.'aunply; on. tho fortu B.ICCU nuiu mcaii British' marfcet-.iyiatni-.Bhort, .and eight Irifs plniiLcd in yielded from I hero IB ti demand for many millions ,6S bushels Lb 212 busliels per acre, a more difference of H4, bushels per" HCTC. andVbcttcr be' the mptlb of every Canadian and Canada has all J the reiuisllca for ie .production of a .quantity, far In sects' of her own requirements, find clltnatlc coiidi- .6ns'tan, with proper care arid al- cjition, uroduce quality c.iual lo tho espTn-'the worltl-'Vphly illic frlnjso K'prorliicllon posslbi.lILies has been ouclied J ui) lo 'ibo prcsenl. The Vesierri Provinces, with- their- vol- .rnei of cheap feed, are Lhe natural ibm'e .-for' the Canadian, hen. .The iulkVoI the surplus ,ai Lho prescnL from ,Lhe. provinces of >piiflo" and Prince' Edward Island- Cova Kow-: .rtrunswlck, "d Quebec do not produce sufficient for holr "own requirements. They and there ia now. ah oppor- .unity for the Western Provinces of Manitoba, Sashalchcwah..and Alberta .o: to Canada nqd the as n whole they can do n'. this connection In this great hour of lrj.de eiponslonl '.The I'.rat cxpcri- rarl plan led In 1D1G and tho lowcst'yjcli) obtained was 153 bushels and ihe'Jifghcat per acre, n difference In favor ot Iho best over Llie poorest of 120 bushels per acre. Ten lots at.puro stock of' Green Mountain1, from" .different growers ranged 'bushels per acre lo 313 bushels ;pcr, acre, a difference of Seventeen 'lols of Irish .Cobbler, ranged fioiu 93 527. acre as Lhe poorest to 235 bushels as the' best, a difference In favor of tlic best 'yielding eLrain of 142 bush- Part or the N or tho S. B. 20-6-aO, acres rich bottom laud, ono mltu frooi Plnchar Creek, large roomed house anJ .out-buUtlings, 50 acres broken, clear title. Especially suitable for iiofe rarmlhg'or market gardenlnB- riicd, Icnne. iT. -20-S-25, Vf. mllcfl from' Mactcod. 80 acres sum- rncr-fallow. House and Lara. Ail'fenced. Clear title. Price Easy terms. t S. 13. JA 'miles from Mucieod; 2 m.Ies.from fenced, house arid" Price" Good -j.. ,v E. 4-10-27, broken. 10 acres'Aiminer- Inif. .All fenced; .C miles from Nolnri.-" Cla'ar J2.700. :y leruis] ._ '-j V N'. E. mtlca S.W. Maelcod. All fenced, fair buildings. Price 51.G50. Easy' terms.. N- 10-G-2C, miles from Standoff. Fenced aofl cmss fenced._ai_0 ocrcs broken..160" acres ready for crop. Fair" .Half cash, balance arranged. v: B: miles from' Cnmum. 220 acrrt slulible, can be cropped 1917.' Fair, house, etc. Fenced and cross fenced. Clear'title. Price SEND FOR OUR.LIST3 OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE, i .The Trusts i Guarantee Company, Linnted; CALGARY- S; f.. i. f ALBERTA Public Adminiitrator and Official Aislgnei t of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETA3KIW1N t. LelhbrTdge W. Intp. This would may be ft3 show that lliere illffcrericc between The G. B. Bowman Agency nip eg to the British market are no soon will be, pti Ihclr it'may hnve been potatoes of the variety ns there is between potatoes of different var- ieties, and that'll is. wise to secure stock from farms which havo. had high yielding: 'crops.'. Decausc the Green Mountain has failed In giving a n not yield ivell due to MAKE YOUR DOLLARS FH E F R O N T DOMINION OF CANADA THREE- YEAR WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES 25.OO FOR so.oo V -43.00 100.00 se.op INDIVIDUAL PURCHASES LIMITED TO IISW. FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY AT ANY: BANK OR ANY; MONEY ORDER POST OFFICE ESTABLISHED ,1891, MR. PROTECT YOUR YEAR'S WORK: -V We will.Insure your grain In or the tfayp week or month, and when sold the policies can bt cancelled and a refund allowed. Insure In an Agency that will be In builneu look alter your [ntereati If a claim Is made. Our Agency hai en busineis for over 25 years and permanent. v ACADTA BUILDING LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE Business Worries .In our past experience we find .that many and known builneis men are absolutely ignorant at to' their, own buEinesi If are worrying you1 If your affairs are rot at the- should be. Could you hot afford Five per'ctnt- c-J- your Incomi to have malterV properly Mtlsfactory to yourself and your Private correspondence solicited and respected. ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOH, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE, British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W. SpBiNSON, Maniat PHONE CO.SVBtARE: BLOCK LETHBR1DOE, AUTA.