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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACT SE FORD FOR FARMING; FLAX INDUSTRY IS DISCUSSED GRAIN FIRM TO JEST YOUR' OWN. SEED In vt.lie Bcoil. Laboratory, grain ICBlcd or vllal "seeds hy-.placlliB ono hundred Kernels' blotters, keeping "thohijnl" a'tu'lnblo tcinpornlufe and e'niipllcil with, llio-proper amount :ol jnolBture In sjicohl.gennliinthig chnm fccr'B.'-Tlio rosullE of iucli n IcH sLow of jtlic.cccdi arp vital. Inil a irioro accurate, Idea of Ih'b' value nr Iho grain for be from a soil pracllcablc' lii a HUTTER ......CREAM not llio [arrnern ot Western Can- ada nnd those ul Alberto, tire (joying 'much 8 -attention lo Ihc" 'Induiilry ,'yas 'brought out at llic rc'ceht cpnvenlloa lu Calgary, jUberla, -or; Ihe.- -Albfrla dairymen. Tho-past year ha'a.seen.thi) attain cioal to llic vcry'ibest brands hllhcrto roan iifaciurcd afiy place 'In Canada. iirfttiH-ttijiu in a ......j tiirt Ha., limn, nnd ttt-nrsK II. nnrr. clilei of.tho dair bp'jiol too .warm IP the day llmo, nnd where II 1iut wllj pot fieczo, .at' nlglilj'-'.llii1 alternation ol toriijicratufc' favors germination.' Dy rmllclng .thc''nmiiVev or.planla pro- duced." whclh.Qr they.'come up nulckly n'nd' ari or ivpatt, one can dc- nnu arii or upas, ut i. tcrmlne'the1-suitability of llio grain hoiv leading-tlio.. provinces or I _ rtlv I I.L thtl III (11 P. T IIT IfflDrOTlr Ucorgo II. llnrrl'chief'of tho dalr division of thc.idoparlracnt of agr culture at Oltawa, who was In attcni once al ltio! 'cpiiventlon, congralu loled Ilio.dairymen (if.tlio provlnc and Provincial Oalry. Commlsslonc t! I' on Hie that Alber THE (or needing purposes moru Ihmi from tlie rcsulls of a lit. does IIIU gl UNI 19 HUW icuiiuis I'fv V accuralcly I Dominion In the of Improving s o a. which! Duality ol and also on If :lhal K! fuel that at Ine con- tlcali lie iotB ,e linowii to b.o'of Kt'r'o'rig can boj vcnllou.cxmijlllon, tills ypnr.p nlsnlel- under exaclly; the same con- estaljllsH standard 'for dltlon't trie 'seed .whose vitality. Is mlrilon. ..Cbiicludlnt' Jlarr tlcaliy the D- Peace rumors havo repeatedly In- iccd declines In wheat prices but ax ECCI! values Iiavc consistently na'lnlalneil a stubborn Blrenslli. Tbo ypipaihy 0( tick wheat marVcta vhleli has occasionally affected otber rains lieen resisted by llai eced. :vcry day Ihatjlup European war oiit-nucG brines pea'coono'day hearer and depletes [urlhcf, wliatover supply n[ oils ana fats Ilio Cenlral and Neu- ral European Powers may liavo had n reserve. It Interesting to In- luire, therefore. Inlo the relation of peace to flaxEced prices.. II [s well known llial tlio Central I'owcra, wlilch wc'ro licavy o[ oils and fats before (he liava stocks so seriously reduced Uiat el- forts lo provide a minimum ration pi fat for laborers cngaeed In licavy work; Jiave been, to a largo extent, unavailing. The Cenlral Powers pot only will to compelled to ..up depleted BlorCB of food [ala, but will be In Ihe rnarhet as beavy buyers o( oil and oils used In Block food fertilizer and as constituencies duets uted in bunding trades. In the Cd afl bushels EhorL ot last year's consumption lu tliat portion of Kuropc free to trade with world, GOO bushels the consumption Ol 1915 and bushels under the consumption of 19H, each a war year. Tho United Slates last, year con turned bushels. Tills la fo rear w the cr wlilch ended July 31 rop year which ended tho 1915.1 In 1919 to July 31', 1017, Ihe Unl Stales probably will consume 29 bushels. This Is gllglill more tlianslheaverage conEumntto for the last five years. The posslbl supplies for.Iho United Slates are: Attachment for Ford Car Whicl Serves as Tractor for Plow- ing and Seeding U. 6.' Commercial crop of flUElielB JMC 14, 000.00 Canadian Imports last fall nlneil, tho lest: will bo on. ..i -j (ake hat. oft to Hie Alberta your pro vlnclil Mr. ..Marker You aro leading Ihe -Domini It remained Mr tlio b'utlerma year ol (lie war amount of linseed and moderate other o! achicQiils In Hock In about a month mil will gh-c demonstrations hero.. A. lumber of formers have already placed orders, EO sure arc (hey llial llic tors will do tlio worn. When Hiieii Argentine- Imports last fal (approximately) Total actual aupplies Canadian surplus to lie cx- ported from last crop Possible Importations of seed Tolai available supplies These "supplies arc about less than Ihe conservatively eBll- of Ihe United Stales'which, a'ddcd to llic o[ supplies (or Europe, based on last i been Below normal, year's .very restricted consumption is declared and boats gives a tolal. world's sliortage of ap- becds reached the Central but since then (he amount ol 'ol seed's, oils and fals Imported by th Teutonic Allies has been negligible. 03 accounl of lack ot lonnaEC the consumption In 'neutral Karopcan countries .has been below normal. Within Ihe ncit couple ot months I will not bo a surprising thing to Irlve along the farm roads In this district and see some ot llio up to- d.itc farmers riding round their fields In their'Ford rnrs wllh a plougli or becd drill attached, doing their spring Eocilhig'ivlillo enjoying llio spring Kor very Khortly Iho Ford Agency here will have a number ot Ktroudo Malt-A-Tractors on hand, and these new atlachmcnts for a h'ord arc dc- stencil to make tlio ordinary ford car do the work ol at least four horses. Frauds Adam of Cararose. agent [or Ihe utlachmcntB In Alberta, was In llio clly yeslorday and gave a moving plcluro demonslrallon o[ Ihe new ma- rhliics at the Starland theatre. A liaulagn work on roads. The Ford number of bnnk mangcra, farmcra ami: Caragc will have soino or these al- liewspaiicnneii were present, and It .ho machines will do what [s shown on Iho screen llicy will revolutionize farming. Tlio Mak-A-Traclor can bo attached to tho ordinary Ford 111 10 nllnulca. It concentrates llio power ot the Ford, when tho engine Is running in liteh gear, hi llic ratln of 11 (o 1. The Iractor llicn Iravcls nt about Iwo miles an or at lliat speed will pull a twin gang. 12 Inch bottom, In sod. Tho demonstration Khowcil farmers seeding ivltli ZO toot drills, discing with four horse dlaca and using olhcr Implements whicl would renulro at least four horses Tlie Iraclor Is also shown doing heav> The 'Bulldogs Are Comlnjl YOUCANDQBETTER- DRYOOODS, MEN5 WEAR. SHOES NORTH. LETHBRIDCE- CARS TO THE DOOR UC I l.-.-r-- It. I hope provinces will adopt your -discovery Immediately. H means 'a -big In Iho dairy Industry; 61 .the your exhibition Ihls year tho: facl that Juno and -July butter- scorei) for IE what are released lo commercial channels llie demand, for linseed and linseed products will assume abnormal pro- portions. Investors In IlaT-cccl niny Inquire it prosrcctlve aup- piles will maiid. aror in Kehr.nary; o'iri'succeiB lii' thl> ;riiatler signifies. n.fact; liils butter' cQuld. bo'.gradcd t almost any figure 'as lineally es- .i. 'Be aiire and; bbtaifi ithev real JiMecca. Dojiot take' any iihita- i U real flood all ikin eniflioiis land Coxtttfnffff injimoin K i: .i-or Vio'Utr.- 801710: Inte'restlrig Information was rougbt out at'.lbe convention relative o' the growth.of !the butler Industry, n the year .1914 Canada Imported rounds of-butter: from New Zealand- a con'iderahle- jjoi'tion of vhlch cauioflq'.Alberta.. The eastern lowrishlpi'! of-Ontario'- .also shipped arge con'ilgnraents1 Into .Iha. province. A'rep'resentallvi 'of.the largest told the. delegates that durlng-tboipast year his (Irm hid not boifBht atlDBle -boi of' Ifew meet Ihls excessive de- ami. There Is good reasons lo believe lhat world's supplies ot flaxsoed "ire ad small that there will be a shortage In (lie current year even If not declared within that ilme There Is not enough flaxseed In'.sight to supply renulrenienlB of llie nations not at war, and Inose bclllgerenli In proxlmalelyi bushels or neaVly'25-Pjri "csiil- of the estlmalgd world's requirements of. buabe'ls based-on the most mlnlinuin estimates..' -This' figure'of Is derived Last' Euro- pcan consumpllon Estimated.''TJnltod .this'.crop year Total pOESlbloHlint Russia may cnl Slates, purthisc -it. l-.CTenr il down ihis neace Is Breatly prolonged, Ceasktlon bushels by imall shipments, depend peace is treaii) is available Uijl llie" moat favorahle clrcum or, hostilities would Immeasurably ag- gravate an already serious situation of'supply and demand, iThe portion of Europe In a position to .import linseed has as-fol- IOWB In recent years: i Total Importations approximately, 1913 bushels; 1014. Foster-Dack Co. 1 SoUlniSc., 33t.; J. Dl HI2INBofHAM 4 JACKSON CO-' _i_ THE KENNY CO.; LTD, THE FRANK MEDLEY DRUG CO. I THE.REP'CROSS-DRUG BpOK- LTD. i DM, 191 j, .ne.OO.OOg Bushels; aiui. uw- iQifj', ii onn busbelE land buller .._._-. and iiirth'er ..them tllal tfis company Instead, of Importing h'ltler 'frota Ontario h'ad (hipped butter to eastern Canada and expect- ed largely Increased orders' during Iho '.'.'J.' -A. another largo i produce c'omp'any' Kiiq', shipped'-'a ald .lh'a.t his firm rloa'd "of Alberta Europe..bouglitr.TC.s stances the amount thai Russia could export {-There are no reserves InlRuasIa, good fepbrts, indjRusslan ports will b hloc'lced by Ice until late In th spring. S KBP'fiBMJ injicaliuR more feed in 101-1 than In 1516. as of al-pregciiL con stituled1 shipping. couid'r corisunfif "IS.OOO'.OOO nushc (ailure. Drought reduced a possible exportable surplus or butll- eis to about bushela. This country, the grcalcsL flax producing area In Ihe world, will have very lit- lle seed for Europe tills year conse o.ueutly foreign buyers may enter tlio Canadian market In the spring.. K auch competition develops Ihe Wlnnl peg market may be expected to ad vauce over nillultl, a discount of 20 cents, tlio American duly, bclng'con slcred a parity for the Winnipeg mar ct. The Dritlsli government lias rccog zed Hie great shorlage of riaisce iy rcstricllng'cxportations trom Indl o the United Kingdom or its allies culrals 'suul ,otr frd.m idlan supplies. This acllon tends t nhancc llio.prlce possibilities dlin seed. At present tho Winnipeg flax 'ma el is the cheapest.on Ibis contlhcn L is recommended to Investors .an manufacturers o[ llaxsced as tlie on n purchases can be made DIG favorably anil which tl most favorable roturns lo owners. :ount.ry had a re'serre of -linseed or linseed when; the, slart. ed consumpllon -'pi previous ranged ,bn.Ehcls ;i THE TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An Immense'-area of-.thc rnoti fen tile'land In Western' Canada for iale' at' jow prleet'-and ttrms. lo J30 tor-farm linds'.wlth ample id up to MC-One-lenth oown, halj'nce If you-wish within iwtnly years.' la'nd 'for wjthout settlement !n'-lrrigatlon-: districts, loan for for farm etc, up to alio repayable; In P'r. "cent. lo .In create your farm holdings by ing'Vidjoiiilng of' to; securo your for III erature and particulars appijr: ia Allan -'Ca'int'ron, .General .Supirin tendent off Lands, Department o Natiiral Reiou'rcei; 305 Pint 3t buller L'ounlry. nnd that Ihey advised it. was on dn e'liiialllj the Danish product which" had hllh'erto standard over there fo'r 'c're'a'mery butler. Thai all ec- compllshed by ;'ma'rked 'expansion was shown byfOinry CorhmlssloTicr pro- duct- Alberta dad 'been' an in- over Iho. production. This Increased genera kept at 'lie lhat Ihbre bod been n.proportion. ntc and soulhoru 'porlions That ilia' cheese Industry" had also made wonderful: E'lrldei In qcc :the fact thai the [dial production last-year 'was OOi) pounds, as -qgaluet only pounds In 1306- or several ol "the.' larger'' produce. firms In Iho province tesllflcd thal-the Al- 'ucrla'.'chcese was of a.u'nlfonh grade with' that'- of FARMS FOR SALE Part of the and part of Hie S. B. 20-6-30, W. 4th-S0.50 acres rich bottom land, one mile from Plnchcr Creek, all fenced, large roomed h'ouse and oul-bulldinEs, 50 acres broken, clear tllle. Specially Bu'llaWe for -hoc farming or market gardening. I'rlce Easy terms. N >i 20-8-'5 W. miles from JIacleod. 80 acres sum- incr'-fallow. House'and All fenced. Clear title. Price Easy Inrms. S B H 16-3-20 W. miles from Maclcod. 2 mites from Bchooi. 87 acres broken. All fenced, house and barn, clear ,1'rlco Good-terms.' s E "I 4-10-27 W. acres broken. 10 acres Bummcr- fallow'. All'fenced, C liilles.from Nolan. Clear Price Easy terms. N B 2S-7-20, W. milM 3. W. Macjcod. All fenced, ftlr buildings. Price 650. Easy terms. '__ NT' 10-6-2C, W. miles from Standoff. Fenced nnd CTOBS fenced 310 acres broken. 100 acres ready for crop. Fair bu clear Mtle. Price ?J.500. Half "cash, balance arranged. Snap. E 30-9 27 W. miles' from nranum, 220 acres in alubble can bo cropped 1917. fair buildings, house; barn, granary, etc. Fenced and cross fenced. Clear title. Prlce'iO.OOO. SEND FOR OUR LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY 'V. ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District of LETHBR1DGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lelhbridge office, Bank of "Commerce W. McNicol, Insp. :the -Im portation of last year.''. It wa> )00 bushels short'- o[ jo.lhe previous year i IS OOp.OOO bushela under i'lne consumption d[ ljl'i.4 .and buEhejs Icsi than all Europe imported Suppose Eur9pe .rcri.. bushels'. Whcrp can Elie gel'-lt? Possible' 'supplies Argentine surplus from the 1015 crop Argcnlbe surplus- denied ki.nda dtTprpdu and Values that-wcre high 'yesterdayjare cheap todayj'. The from the 1916 crop JO ndia fimccrlaiu as jet) Wnption Sale Total supplies......... may be regard ECUllmental _. last rill" was" larger, .'wo -1 bel.Icvc, .'Ihaa ir-jsl'official" and semi official reports Indicated. prpb'able thai i.t.wos 7 bushels-'or which' Canadian c'rusbera wlir'use bushels, possible a and the balance will .be consumed by- -the -United Statos AmericaA crushers' have taken but nearly S'.OOO.OOO bushels and own 1 bushels in store at our Lake Ifonl.1" They aro rnoderalo buyers The-Argentine crop last fall was n WV'arV Initrucled to Hll the fol- lan'dt by public auction Without our rotirn- Oi( Wcilncsaiiy. Feb. 21 .'.V.'i-.At Three p.m. Sharp.- W. 25-7-.14, Wtit of 4th: 'about miles from Alia. The Is unimproved bul eari all cultivated. N. W. qT Z447-H West of 4th, lltuated about 4 miles from Millet, 3 01 4'acres ca'n.te1 cullTvaled.. Other on application. Tefml iO< or 10% a time and balance In three Bldi miy be pent In by mall, bu a 10% depctlt must iccpmpany bid liparjte bids arc r.-qucsltd o each parcel, TKt lands are.tree froi tncuipbrances. V Standard Auction Mart 310 ElgMti Avenue W. Chsa, Greenfield, Auctioneer. Can- i O; secret-dry and rcgis- Irar for dipccse of On arlo, di'jd'this'-moniing of. heart fail ra'afterjcV' week's'iilncss In his SOU' -ear. Ho Vas born al.Drimsny, Onl. ;radualca'from h SGO, and by the lal( Ulahop SI.rachanl---.-lIo bad four sons The" Bulldogs Are Comlngl .ires From j.ta All broken.1 At'.iKe i Old The jwprds that tell the 'yj; of a f jTorh plartlfation to COFFEE. ID 'A, 1 and 2 pound jtini. lino ground for Never sold In bulk. CHASE S'ANBORN, MONTRtAL. LOANS FOLIVESTQCK THE CANADIAN BAmt is prepared to encourage' ihc :dcvclopm'ent livestock industry by cxt'cniiing liberal credits ip good firrners 'to purchase breeder FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA- your farm earn riext year jstart laying Syour plans right now The Country Gentleman neips farmers succeed. It cbmes every week, full of experience, advice and the biggest and farmers M I It keeps up' with the practical de- velopments in every .branch of agriculture. Here are some of the regular departments in Live Items about Live- with fascinating fiction and stock; Power on ithe Farm; pages devoted tpjthe farm- The Market Garden; Com- er's wife, herhomis and her niercial .Fruit Growing; i- GoodMethods in the Field; acquainted.lWriteor phohe'me for a copy. No. addition there are valuably V bu articles by special writers, j yOu a; year's The Country Gentleman subscription copies- is not for men alqne. It's fpjvqhly 'Just see for 'the whole farm family, "'ibf yourself.: KEEP THE HEIFERS AT In 1915 ___915 about head of cattle were taken frorri Winnipeg stock.yards for; diitnbuliori among farmers in the. Norlhwcalcm States! represenliriBj i" ifriou'a loss to Western Canadian farmers. I We wish lo assist hi BlcppinjlKU movement. Consult us before unfinished Vlock. f; If you must, tell, let us try lo find you a buyer at home and build up your ovm district. ;Lethbridge Branch-- R.T. Brymner, Mgr, IMMA CAN; i Authorized representative. of The Ladies' Home Journal. The Salurday Evening Post i The Country Geriileman i ;