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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta � , r - � - :;|. SAtliRDiAY, JANUARY 22, 1921 I'HE LEtHBRIDGE DAIL? RBHJ^LD OFINTERESX TO TO FARMER AV^heat Marketing Agre^i^ As Drawn Up By GillMittee Of Council Of Agjtictiiture Tho text of t^e tentative Horm ot agreement drawn up by th� Wheat MarkotB Cominltteo ot the Canadian Council ot- Agrioulturo to k� ^entered. Into by the Individual, whoat srowens  in the tortndtloil of � whMt poolls as follow*:� ThU .agreement botwben the tJnlted JTariheCB*: drain Corporation, a nonprofit corporation, wltlv Us principal om^e .Winnipeg, Mftn,, herelnijifter called the corporation, first party, and the undersigned grower or growers, hereinafter ca^edlitegrbwey, iboootad: . -�party",''^wttneai^ithlr ,  t''^ \ , � lb donildoriatlori �. of tfi^ hiupjtl>''()t>H- ' at any place In Canada for Ave years. The grower may retain one bottle has made her well. You are at liberty to use my name and should bo only too pleased to answer any inquiries. Sincerelv yours, John Holmes, Yorkvillo Ave."" The original of this letter may be soon at W. K. Bucklayj Limited, 148 Mutual St,, Torbntfi.,Don't allow �Ncid of other ;niroperiactlvltles,,*ild dlSQ .reserves for Ad^reriUlng, oredUei, and other general oomtnerolal purpdieB,!' said reserves not to okceed joi^e yer cent, of the groii) Bale price, all within the con-clufllvo dlscrctloti of the; corporation. Ftourth The corporation may sell the said wheat to millers, 'broker^, or others, and upon such odndltlons and terms as within or wlthimt Canada, at euch 1 time It may deem fair �nd_^adviBablo; and It may sell all or any part thereof through any tt)jency loif the qo-oper-Btlve-marketing v*t virjieBt un^er a term contract or otherwise, and under such conditions as will serve the joint interests of tho gfowers ftn'd the public, and any proportionate- or other expenses connected therewitht shall be deemed marketliig costs under Paragraph Third: ^ Fifth The association-may establish selling, statistical, or other agencies In any city in the world. Sixth (a) All wheat and the warehouse receipts covering it shall be delivered to or, at the prder of the corporation, as, when, and -where^directed by the corporation. Seventh The grower, shall have the right to plant any crop at any time In his free discretion; bill'if the grower produces diiy wheat or a.cauirea or owns an interest In any wheat except seed To Sfep Tho�� Terrible Rheumatic pains USE It baa provan it� vsIm for oanr ytart iwitiina tha tattimoDy of thoie who havo uiad ' 6-Dropi" and foand relief from tha torture and asonlzinit palm cauaed by rheu-matlo eondltloni la tho best evidence ot Ua remarkable power. Ura. H. HIniaa, Aahlcnd, Ky.. writn: "I Iwaya aaid taat rbeuanatiam could toot be cured, bat Will take it buk. I baliava your '6-Drapa' wUl raUera any kind of rheu-matim." Steva Brownie^ Applatoa. Ark., write*;'! 1 Buffarad with ibmnnatiMa lor ovar fifteen 1 montha. 'Jnat two battle* of your wonderful "S-Dropa' baa mad* a new man of me." Harry StafTord. No. Baltimore, O., write*: "I had rheumatism in my knees and ankle* and tried all aorta of hiaUy recommended resoadles. but to no avail until � friend told ma to try 'GfDrops.' I nied about three-quartaranf ab9ttl� of '5-Oropa' and am aa wail * usual." "S-Orap*" I* lold by the leadisR ^nralata ta^rw part rt tha United MAIN FEATURE ,lN AQREEMENT  The main features of the proposed wheat pool of the Canadian Council of Agrlcultifre, are as followu: 1. Provisional board to handle 1921 crop to consist of one representative each of the following organizations: The United Farmers ot Alberta, Saskatchewan Grain Growers, United Farmers of Manitoba, and United Farmers of Ontario; t.jvo representatives of United Draliy^ Growers and two of Saskatchewan'CO'iiperatlve Elevator Company, making a total of ejght, who will choose a ninth- member as chairman.' Provisional "board may have to carry on till 1922, after wttlch It .should be possible for contract holders to elgct board, on basis of one man vote. 2. Contract holders must sign for term ot five years, binding themselves to sell .wheat only through the pool. 3. Sixty per cent, of wheat ucre-ago, or about 10,000,000 acres, to be brought �under scheme. 4. Contract binds contracting farmers to sell everything above his own seed requirements to the pool. 5. Expenses of operation to be paid from the pool, 6. Wheat grower wlio' signs con' tract agrees. If he afterwards sells grain elsewhere than td the pool, to pay an agreed sum per bushel as liquidated damages to the pool and the pool to be entitled to an injunction to restrain him from such action. wheat for his owii use during the term hereof, it shay all be Included under tho terms of this agreenieot, and must be delivered only to the corporation. Eighth. The corporation may, for any purposes herein, popl, or mingle wheat ot the grower with wheat delivered by other growers naihed in contracts generally similar to this contract. Tho grower agrees that his wheat may be 80 mingled and that the returns therefrom, less all costs, advances, and charges as set forth In paragraph three hOroo'f, shall be credited and paid to him on a proportional basis out of the receipts from the sale, marketing, or other disposal of all such .wheat each season, all as and When determined by the corporation. Ninth The grower further agrees that the corporation shall have the power, without limitation,' to borrow money In its name and on its own account for any purposb on the wheat delivered to it or on any warehouse, or grain receipts, or on any accounts for the sale thereof, or on any draft, bills of exchange, notes, or acceptances, orders, or any commercial paper do- iiaiiiiiiiiiKiuiiiHiiiiniHiiiiiimiiai IliMWKlllilMlilKtJIMIIIIIUIKllil .expense !,lnterflat on Investment, depreclatlni. yeii'*p':ii-I't of bv..''i v o-;portlbn of.'.:M p.'.;-"rnce stock un in-ftlly as tho corp6r.atlon miay decide upon, creation ot a reserve to acquire elevators, warehouses, or other properties necessary or desirable in the corporation's business, and of a cash reserve for general commercial purposes, and of an experiment of betterment fund, and ot such other costs, charges, or advances, and on such other or different terms and conditions as the corporation, in its conclusive judgment, may deem advantageous and profltablo to its grower members; and the grower hereby authorizes the corporation to'enter into any contract for such confeUleration and on such terms and conditions as It may deem advisable and profltablo for the handling, storing, warohousinK, and shlp-yhg ot the wheat eovcr.cd hereby, or any portion, ihereof, and for the. u,se of the security thereof as collateral within the freneral purposes of thin agreement by the corporation. , Twelfth This agreement shall be bindins uron tho grower, his reilresentatlvo, successors, und assigns, during tho period abc ve mentioned, as Iour as he raises wheat, directly or Indirectly, or has the legal right to oxcrcise ownership or cont-.cl of any tlie;�of, or any interest tlif-.rein, or of an.' '.Uid on which wheat in grown duf.'i);.^ tho term of this conti-nct. Thirteenth This agreem'ent is one of a series, generally.similar in terms conip.fising,-w^ith all such agreements, signed by individual growers, one shiRle contract between the corporation and the said {rrowera, mutually and individually obligated under all of the terms therool". The corporation shall be deemed to bo acting, in its own name, lor all of such growers in any action or lo.i^ul proceeding on or arising out of tliis cQjitract. Fourteenth From time to time ear-ii .v.3ar tlie grower will mail to the conioration as requested a statement of his expected acreage of wheat for that year and Its condition on the forms provided for that purpose by the corporation. Fifteenth If the corporation brings any action to enforce any provisions hereof, or to secure specific performance hereof, or to collect damages of any kind for any breach hereof, the grower agrees to pay to the corporation all costs of court, cos(� for bonds and otUeiv.vise, expenses of travel and all expenses arising out of or caused by the litigation, and any reasonable attorney's fee expended or Incurred by it in any such proceedings, and all such rusts and expenses shall be included in the .ludgenient, and shall be ontitlnd to tho benefit of any Hen securing any payment hereunder. Sixteenth Inasmuch as tho remedy at law would be Inadequate, and inasmuch as It is now, and ever will be impracticable and oxtroinoly difflcult to doter-mlne the actual danmge resultinK to the corporation, should the grower fall so to deliver all of hi.s wheat, the grower hereby agrees to pay to the corporation for all wheat delivered, sold, consigned,,or marketed by or for him other than,'in accordance with the terms hereof, the sum of........ cents per bushel as liquidated damages for the. breach of ttils contract, all parties agreeing that this contract is one of a series dependent for its tnie value upon tho adherence ot each and all ot the contracting i>art-les to each and all of tho said contracts. Seventeenth ; The grower agreds that In the event of a breach by him of any material provision hereof, iiurtiinilurly as to delivery or marltol.ing of any wheat other than to or tlirough tiie corporation, the cjorporatlon iihull, upon proper action instituted l).v it, bo entitlod to an Injunction to prtnoiit further broach hereof, and a deiroo for spoc^Klc performance hereof, acctording to tho terms of this agreement: and the corporation and tho grower expressly agrees that this agreement is not a contract for personal services or demanding exceptional capacity or talents; and that this is a contract for the delivery and sale of i)oraonal property under special circumstances and conditions, and that the corporation cannot go into tho open markets and buy wheat to replace any which the grower may fall to deliver; and that this contract .will ho the proper sub-je .> ^ ; o : > > ? ? WINTER LAYERS OF DIFFERENT AGES .J. .> to produce them with yearling hens, $2.82 with late ipullets, and $S.10 with old hen.s. It will bo seen that, us expected, Ihe weight of (iggs from hens was a little larger than that from early pullets, but the difference does not materially ehango the llgnres for tho cost per dozen. Same Birds Compared Tlie liirdf. \M(h\ for lliis experiiuenl wei'o not siiecially brod for egg pro-duction, .so lliat tho early pullets put In each year were not fVom better stocli than the yearling or older hens. Two seasons. Vhe yearling hens used for this experiment were tho Hanie birds, with llio exeoptlon ot a very few which had died, as Ihe ones in the pen of early j)ullel8 of tlie pi'ovi- PAGE NIS"E GHIED H WILLINGR EAS Artificial Lighting of Poultry Houses in Winter Pays Dividends pen of twonty-flvc birds, placed In such a way as to throw the bulk of the Illumination on the floor. Some of the Results During the six winter months. No-voirtber to April, lights wore the means of reduclhg tho cost of feed for each dozen of eggs from 32.1 to 28.5 cents at tho Experimental Farms, but tho main difference was shoWn'ln the profit because of the extra l^Wce ^ received for the eggs during the e*rly / winter or with the light, for In tpUr'! pens, two vHh light and two. witteut; light, a balance ov.^r cost ot feeil;Attd cost of light-m the Illuminated pfena-1 was $77.64 ^gainst a balance over iost i] of feed In the dark pens Of |B8.9B.: , Much Interest has been aroused In the poultry world during the past few years In connection with tho Installation of artificial lights In the laying house. Private investigations by pro-rAinont Ontario poultrymen, notably Lewis, Clark of Port Hope and Chas. W. sully ot Cobourg, have proven that the scheme is a profitable one whero carefully handled. The Experimental Farms of the Federal Department of Agiiculturo have furnished some In-for^tlon in the following note, and tluiugh a trifle late for any practical vflue this season, particularly where the owner must furnish his own light, It may still prove of some Interest. After repeated experiments by the experimental stations and others, one can safely say that artificial light In the poultry house is an advantage. In that it transfers the period of high production from the spring months to winter months. Though lights ./hiay not be the means of Increasing yearly egg yields, it produces eggs when eggs are high In price. ' Why Light Helps Light gives the birds tho amount ot daylight they are used to having during tlje time ot high production or In the spring months. In Canada, especially, the winter days are extremely short, and tho hen's day even more so, for she goes to roost as soon as It begins to grow dusk, and the trouble is that the night is so long that she Is not able to take enough toed to do her until morning. Tha value of the light is simply to increase her daylight so that she can have more time to eat and less time necessary for sleep. It lengthens the hen's day and makes It more in keep-' Ing with summer conditions. When to Use It There is rfeally no best lime when the light Ehould be turned on. As long as the day is lengthened to from 12 to 14 hours it is Immaterial just what is adopted' so long as the same method is followed throughout the whole season. Care, however, must be taken so that after the lights are turned on in the evening the bird.i will get to roost before the lights are turned out. To insure.this some use dimmers. Others flash the lights, while some claim that it is not neces sary, that the birds will soon get into the habit of knowing just when to take the roost. Kind of Birds Since the use of electric light Is valuable only in hurrying up egg production, it is not recommended as highly tor well-matured early pullets that have started to lay, say. In October or Noveml)er. Under natural conditions these will give a good egg yield, and it is a question as to whether light in their case Is an advantage, but for late and immature pullets and for older hens, light is an advantage. It will hasten tho doveloi>-nient of the later puUots, bring them into egg production much earlier, and . will sometimes be the means of making late birds give a profit when otherwise there would be none. The same is true of hens that have been laying fairly well during iho summer and, undor natural conditions, will rest for most of tho early winter months. As a rule, a CiO-watt Tungsten will give sufficient light for an ordinary The Farmer's Opportunity There is today a ready market for everything you can produce. Cultivate your land to the limit, .fii-crease your production and your profits. A portion of yiour profits deposited today ' In our Savings Department will have far greater purchasing power In the future. ^. The Royal Bank of Canada Total Resources..................... $598,000,000 , Lethbrldge Branch-E. E. MacKay, Manager. i Branches also at Magratfr, Cardston, and Taber. SEOURITY A Savings Bank Account not only provides an assurance for the present, but guarantees you security m the future. To save is to succeed- 70A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL - - $15.0O0.0OO\ RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,0a LETHBEIDGE BRANCH-K. W. Ecikio, Manager. BANKING BY MAIL Write for our booklet "Banking by Mail". ONE dollar will start an account. Under the simple and practical system adopted by this Bank, its benefits and advantages for safe-keeping and the investing of money are brought within the reach of all. Out-of-town-accounts, coming from districts ^ without the services of a local bank, will receive special attention. Start a SAVIN . -j H. W. NESBITT. Manager. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH,__- R. J. DINNING, Manager. inis year, and in both cases they were, for cost ol' production, bolow the now lot of early pullets taken indiscriminately in tho farm flock. Early Pullets Best That early pullets are the cheapest producers of winter eggs has heen told and written so often that It is like an old story. Ilut a carefully conducted oxperlniont will again remind farmers ot a well known fact which they often seem liable to forget. $50 to $5,000 A YEAR FOR LIFE A CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUITY PROVIDES IT -No better life investment available -No better security obtainable -Cannot be seized or levied upon for any cavie * -Will be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed -Not aftected by trade depression -Free from Dominion Income Tax ' -No medical examination required Anyone over the age of 5 years resident or domiciled in Canftda may purchase. Any two persons may purchase jointly. Employers may purchase for their employees-school boards for their teachers-congregations for their ministers. 1 T Apply to your postnmtcr; or write, postage free, to s. T. Baitido, Super- intendent of Annuities, Ottawa, for new booklet and otlirr informaHon deiired. * . State �� and aee iait birllidny. Retired THE money yoli .spend during the long years of toil will not help you to live comfortably in retirement, in old age. It Is only the moni:y you are saving now that v^ill bring ultimate independence. Our Savings Department maki!s saving Ciisy for you. THE STANDARD BANK OR CANADA 311 Capital, Buiplus and TJnditlded Profit* li,!t60,C37.0tl. t. K. LOCKWOOD - IvIanaoer 13t1i STREET NORTH* g. E. BLETCHER Manager 4th avenue south P. BiLUINGTON - MANAcen New dayton ano steruino ohanches L. O. THOMAS - - Manager COALHURST BFtANCH W. b. I^ERGUSON - Manacbh COALDAUe BRANCH c. T. McKINNON - Manager BURI3ETT BRANCH BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT HEAD OFFICE, CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE GENERAL FINANCIAL AGENTS AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE UNDER BANK-RUPTC iT ACT It Costs Nothing to obtain our advice, based on twenty-five years of experience,' in the distribution of youi* estate under your will. Wo Invito (^onlidontiul in(iiiirles in any niatier pertaining to the arliniuistnition of 15slatou. TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited 220 8TH AVE. VV., CALGARY ALBERTA. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE, BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING; J. W. IVIcNicol, Inapoctor. 3 ;