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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta v PAGE EIGHT v -N THfe LETUtiRlDGrj: DAiLY IIEUAUX .SATURDAY, JULY-.12, -191 fi OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER M IS SHOW RESULTS-OF (Herald Travelling Correspondent) CLA.KESIIOL.jJV July cearly a yinl Mgli. wheat 23 inches lull, fall rye ripe and lieini tarreslecj and oats 2S Inches lasf growlns in soil dry as Just as tar is ibe writer could die with his Ions-Made! knife, and with ais-tn- moth farms and commodious comfort- able farm homes, cosily- sheltered ba- hind a green leaved belt of trees, briefly summarizes the obser- vations ol the (rarelllng correipon- dent ot the Leihbridfe Herald on Thursday afternoon, wben accepting tte SimJ.inrJIatlon of one of Clares- holm's public spirited businessmen in order to prove tSit-giTea sa even 'chance for a tilde-more rain, much crop will yet be harvested here. WILSONS FLYIPiDS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at. Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. from the end of the straw. Kernels of Dcugh. An examination oi the head showed a kernel well and In the doush- It'fs a well that wheat will tbe Vornel from tbe slraw. -TL-U after It Is cut and the blanching of tbe straw licit near the ground has not apparently yet fatally diniiged.'tbe prospect of a Grain crop lu lie CJarMholm district ..The section of the.countryside trav- ersed motor was to the southwest, eoutheast and east, 5 PToW Gings lusy_ Filrtlew rtrm, fill of tie eilen- slve estate ot T. C. Milne Is true to nani'o with Uie'wbole layout of farm and broad acrea of green growing snln or. blackening 'fields where flte plowmen with their blsr powerful Lowe outfits are steadily preparing lor next season's A Wind Tight Belt 'r. T. Glbtfie has grown remark- able shelter belt, one of the tightest windbreaks to be found in Southern ttROUGH good I .limes and bad times for -1- tbe past 45'.yearg this Bankhassteidnygivenits'best the development and tipbuildlng of the igricultiiral jnarlrilacfuring and cdintner- ciii: business of this Couritrj'. for benefit of all custoraeTi'. STAMDAROBAHK OF CANADA' J.C.SCOTT Urn STKE-T KORTH and was probiblr a fair samnle ot Alberta. Behind it-rests quiet, the- cosy family home and the. yroups of various farm buildings- "Mountain what wouli have been observed In a wider lour round about Ihe town. i SL pro. fine The features observed tho vincifcl Demonstration Included sreen groves of troea arid a grand view of lbav butldlngn across an excellent aeld .Moisture In Straw Guy haa a fins quarter sec- tion field of wheat on aummcrrellow and standing over two iMt blgh. The, I leads are. Hi the. dough. There is moisture In tho straw and It will be ready for .cutting In a couple ot weeks or so. 20 Bushel Per Acre Veaind Weslersund aay eipecl 20 i bushels per acre, from his quarter sec- tloii- ot wheat. land now standing 2S Is emblazened hut n en "Prairie View Farm" gable of the----- Peri do for a.label tor th8 prettily Selds succeeding In years, lilie this reveal the secret of success. Alfalfa-en Pine Farm Alfalfa going to seed on plants near- ly a yard high i-as seen on the taim of !L C. Pine, S 1-3 miles south casl of Clsresholm. Mr. Pine way Interrupted In the milking. He remark- ed tlul ba slarted with the old cow, has sold eight head of lie. progeny and now has a herd 'il 10 cattle whose :ry is traced back to "tlic one TABER'S BIG FAIR New Grounds. New HaH MHe Track, New Grand Stand. ofiered in prizes for Exhibits. in Punet Jor Hdrw Racei. Grand Stand Pertonnances afternoon' and evening, V FOR PRIZE'LJSTS AND-OTHER INFORMATION'ADDRESS -W. C. SECRETARY. G. E. 47H 'AVENUE SOUTH P. B1LL1NSTON NCW DJU1W1 ANO STWil-lM t_G. THOMAS' Gray Declares it Must Come Down if ,Labor_ Troubjes i'o M'lX.VH'EO. Juy the' price ol beel In will corue within .he neit feK days, "or there will be Eouulhlng Aoliig soouu-was thr statement Mayor Charles F. Qroy this afternoon, lie said that he bellevej prices had jone their limit and.that profits iiuide by ptcblng bouses during tho were shown [t-would be a revrlatlon." '.'He IJiougLt that Ottawa should tne Immediate action lo see "that tho price ot.beet Is .reduce.1.- "Many limes during Ibe.striXo rations would complain bitterly about the cost of foodstuffs, especially meal." added tbp Mayor. "And much of.the burden of iuefr was sit worts' entorcel Idleness portion of the earning season 'gons, the built of pie .masses must chca'per [pod, other- wise we only, laying up trouble [or ourselves next winter.'.'. KINGEDWARDHOTEL "THE HOllSE OF COMFORT- BANFF HATE4 ON APPLICATION. For furlhfr particulars L. C. OHR, AMERICAN PLAN. EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT Makers Haymaking a Picture Buj- a 'Wood" Mower for hi (He I The Hay for v A. SMEATON Ceckthutt _ 1262 lit South'-' Old COW-. A5 we entered the yard a flock ol chicks scattered out of th'e way and one bundle, of'Duff tumbled halt over on its back but alter R series at peeps regained its feet. -Mrs. Pine remarked how the family had tho 'flu at the reg- ular hatching time and the first crop of chicts all died but later the liens stole tiieir nests away ami now up-to- date there are 75 little chicks.seeping around the place? AlfaltVSted Between two oells ot Gilead trees sheltering the 'i farm house of the Pino family is ?ne Uf the pret- tiest alfalla meadows to he found in any of the non-irrigated portions ol crops in one year luslead of one crop In two.. 'v Surrirnerfallow Secret Throuehout .tio.ihree hour trip ta- lerspersed some of these farms mentioned vwere other fields which for some reason are not so good. .The reporter was infpriued by-.tbb lical b'jsinesfma'j that In most case's the secret of success of the good crop was eiplataed'-by the single But looking backward to the" time when these were mere settle- ments ot homesteaders, a remarkable transformation bas taken place nnd even deducting Ihe handicap of Iwo years in siic'cession the "'fflrmeTs ard without dolibt much betier off be. After tfie'days of the pioneer's dug out or shack or sod stable or.home'the farm buildings rof today are heavenly palaces .for man or beasl> i Even' on one farm h--flne mod- ern ban >v Southern Alberta. If past the blossom and ilf soon -be the seed I I Few Men Desire To Undertake The proper adniiniEtrallon 'of an Estale is BO task. If put on the shoulders of an Individual, U depianila an amount ot time anrt' care ,'lhai' loiy busmcss.-ineii can .-from', their own. affairs; morcorcr, should Uie-Indlridual before tnc estate is set Lied, confusion, litlga.tigri and delay, with accompany- jiig loscT frequently result. The Tnist .Company; specialljlnp m.-.ftia cdminislrallDn'of property is iLe logical answer to the que'stlon 'of wh'om-to nams as your "Esecutqr. i Consult us now about this Important matter. {tie Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETHBH1DQE, ALBERTA L'ETHERIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF-'COMMERCE BUILDINO. J. W. McNICOU INSPECTOB. Public Admlniitritor ind Official Aolgnet for nil Judkiii DiCrlcli'cf Maclcod, Medicine Hat, Cilgary, Red Sttttltrr is rlpa-it will be taken lo the demonstration farm for careful threshing. be sold for on the other the farm yard fence another patch .of allalfa.TiiEturc is. being prepared' for seeding.. A couple of plgcies poVed their noses at the fence'as l( unticipatlng the feast they Trill nave on the. alfalfa slubble-lhis tall. Some of the'slfalfa hay will help Increase the yieTfl of the flock of- chicken] runnlnj srcuud the farm Dry Land v N o one side qf (lie fence the common gardcii acuffler whicTi was used In cultivate Ihe alfalra planted In eii ago arid UOTV SLOpJed out BO that the massy roots kcs each row abont eight inches wide. Tbj'a patch is expected.lo yjeld at the'rale of_lwo, tons of'hay per, acre with the seed crop eitri nrotlt: It bas never been Irrigated nor Vater- ed eicept from rain o.r has had very little raiu ;iri .the last two. and was cultivated, only once last year and onoi this .year. Ot course the' seed was Inoculated 'at time> of The Benefit of Experience Wben soleclins a Trust Company !o act-as Trustee' tor your business alfalrs choose lone Ftlh HB office lu your own'localjty and conrrnienl-lo you.' We render special serrlcej br enrlojiilj but lefll Ulnl end obtainbg information about -InT.eitmentB. Olir.-fees-are fixed, by the. Court ted .'our syllem Is lift ini Ineipensire. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXBCUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASilQNtl, BTC. HEAD OFFICE, FIFTH LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA x PHONt 18U and implement ibed U'being hcrfe gets lhat the more progressive rarmers o[ Lhe Clareslioiin dlslricl are'placing their (arms'! and homes on a jiennaQenL homemakbig basis. tUe sky'la clear the pioneers are itill B3 they sum m ert a) low (or the'liarTeaL _''I StRlKE SETTLED MONTREAL. :JuljJ strike at Uie ot-thc Cana- dian YicXers, cauaeJ DETROIT, Mich., July ganization ol Ihe KoriliMotor company Is being cotnpleled EdseH 25-vcar old president ot tlie company, becomes, ulth. the eicapticn of oue oihcr Ihe solo lather, Henry Ford, In Lhe corporation." This ancounce- raeut was made here (o'diy Ijj" FVaah Kllnensmith, vlce-preslderii nnd gen- eral manager ol company. Mr. KlIngeESDiLlh atnioAnced, that pur- chnsa been arranged' ot all Ihe minor I ly stock except a block held by lames Couslas. millionaire- mayor ot Detroit, find jormer vice-president of the company. Mr. Kliogensmllh and other.ofliclals of tlio company refused to dlvuIgR (Jie-amoutt invjlved In the purchase. '.It wna estimated' in lEnan clal circles, however, ,thal It vroulr] aniouut to close to jiOO.OOP.ODO, Up lo-the. present, Ford haj held cent, ol tffe yijrd .Motor alock The minority slock bought In Lncluclci that of John F. and Horace B. Dodge heads Jqnii F. and Horace B. it tho'Dodge Molor com pany. I >'OT. 301h. 1916, a Joint Account usmpiiostyon and your wife, or rrjcncTwish to liivc a common fund, lo tvhicli either ran acid, or from winch cither cm draw ..Miionfcv, '.It is qmfe simple, Go lo our nearest braucli ami say you wish la open ajoiul Saving) 'All parlienlara Triifbe UNION BANK OF CANADA THE PIONEER BAKK OF WESTEIUJ CANADA .V '..HEAD .OFFICE t WINNIPEG.- LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. .CARDSTON DRANCH, BARONS BRANCH. F. S- D. GRI FT1TH3. M ._ Today's announcement cornea ag a crfiopleie surprise in motor "arjdiftnan- cialv circles, as "t" r.nnored for dome vreeks tbal another large auiomobJlo corpbraOon- Was seeking uiiaotujr lady, tca'chcrs'aVcT (oiT a salary; a year. '7 The Emergency Brake in Business Practically'eyery business fire, bursar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance a prpiection fund t6 provide ready cash when Start oh'e. Put part of tha yearly profits in Savings Account in The Merchants. Banki' Reserve Fund; of undivided profiU 'will be instantly available to carry the busi-. ness safely througKapyfinancialBtrifigeicy. THC MCRCMANTS BANK Head Office! CANADA: i The Royal Bank of Canada Inctfftntti Head Office r. Montreal- Up RBferve-Funii .....i.......... Totil.AsMti -ovsr, T Prtsldcnl, Sir'Herbert S. Holt. Vlcc-Preilderit and'MaDagtDg Director, B. L. Peise. 7 j Manajer.'.C. B, Nelll. ofjfceolral .Western Brnncriis, Cidpbeil. GRAIN j are" prepared loVmihe '.security, ol itfreshed .gnla or aetlnil Mils' of lading. the West' ALBERTyH W.-A., Pirkcr, Mshdgcr K.'Altlnaoc, Manager W. n. Manager' o. Dic'xson, T To Exhibit Whole Plant For an exhibit at tlie'comlns Clares- holm Fall Fair, Mr. Pino la'ulaDnine to-eicavale Into tha boirels ol Hie meadow and procure, a an alfalfa -plant 'trlLb.' "three- foot top growth and roolmass probably slretcb- ing Into tht or four times thai distance. His pureoae is to demonstrate to Ills: neighbors the extra yaluabla. feature .of the alfalfa plant. PoBilbly moisture might now' bo found at at 15 feet deep or T< ____ obtained at from 30 to 40 feet bul.he d053 not linow yet.-tilUhe eicaiatea how far he" will hare tp'dfg to loosen the bottommost lip of th'e alfalra root Obiervei inJ Practice! _.....Pine a graduate of an ag- rlcu.ltural Echool obserr- Ing man anil once wlen a.lsdlJie ed an agricultural school'on an ej. curslrin Rnd there a sample erblblt of an alfalfa' plant from lop leaf tip to tip ot rootlets and he was so Impressed lhat when he CABIG lo his Alberta homestead try lo raise alfalfa. prbred Its success liolwllh. slandlDK the handicap of two dry years hand running, ho determined Co keep on planting more more of his (arm to alfalfa. He, lias an Idea of trrb meadows or pasturea, i _____, and haycropnfng each'mesdow aller- nalel; In each bait of the Erowini sea- son. Grew Double In .16 Days Mr. Fine came lo Cliresliolm In ISM wtien no bought land at 125 per'alre now worth an acre anywar.'when j 11 ilo'M well In dfy lie knows, i wh'al It'wllldo In years. year with only two IncWr of rainfall yielded 30'busTieIs perycre. .During the-lasrten nAticej that Ms wheai nai doubled In height. Alfalfa In One, In Two, I But allll he pins hli filth to Mo illici II In Bcrlnir, Cultlra'tee it 111! U (oolblgh to cultivate, cilia I the crop and then culllvalsj again. All tile llm< the .aKal.'n It I Imblnlnj from the air fertility for the Boll to the. benefit of futurft.r-rops'nf i wheat wheji BO .desired. Dui ho has ifoiind tvllh alfalfa .he gets over lira Tfeeks, has been RED SEAL BurA-Pns ,lf CONVEYS A DEEPER MEANING .NOW IN ,PEACE TIMES a Bauclupry. of traiiquillLy. II It's yours, all your OTTD, ItVbound e 5 finTEr, of-' shelter nnd Heci.rlty to (he ivlfc the lamllf, llo may" lief all. eier com, a cm- not disturb tho Husband or bl heads" ot Vhc (ariilly-f i Build your own-homo no Hndlord to hoost" the rent restrictions: '-You're -lord'of -your own P.IUND WHOLESALE AND flET-AlL DEALERS" IN CATH, iHiuQLEs, MOULDINGS AND.LUMBER, BUILDERS j ALL KINDS. nd 17lh d Hurnweli. Al these.'polnla we handle Fencing 5jalerlal, llardwnrs A Farm Implement! Offkti and Yard, .Cornir 3rJ Avo. a Lcthbridge. at Miclcoil, Conldalc.-Chin ari CONSULT US REQARDfNQ PRICES, 'pLAN8, ETC. 189; orPhone 516, telbbridje, QUEEN'S uiiimsni P.niJCATION ArpLlKD SCIP.NCB Chemical, -Grit, Mtcbinicil andBkclricil MMMI RMtl MfMllli Jnlf mud AujaM. CEO. Y. CIIOWK, ;