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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. JULY U. 1917. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO July A Manitoba crop report issued today sliows thai Ibero is an cslimitej ternl acreage 91 6.11 in tlin province this year, sn Increase ot 151.15? acres over last fear." The figures [or the various cereals are; 1917 1 the Alberts rtepartmevi1. of OEriculluro Mlow: 1917 Frr'-'1S wheat l.SSP.OTji r wheat lO.PM 1S.7C3 1 1S.3G1 :.J4; i iM. A DEMANDS, fllieat Oats Barley, Flai 2 -lEO.OOS 1.5T0.7M 63.605 Totals 6.266.JQS According to o report posted at the pain exchange todar, Aiberta has in increased cereal acreage o! 413.- 6S4 over 1S1C. The figures Issued by Grcea feed Totals O.S25.11G The Saskatchewan wheat acreage Is estimated at as' compared Ttilh ;OQ last year. TO PATROL BRAZIL COAST. nio Janeiro, July An aereemer.t hfcs pen reached under which the. PrRjlltan fleet will hear the- reaper- sibilUy lor patrolling tho entire Braz- ilian coast line from Gufaua border to Ibo southern boundary o[ Brazil. For- eign Minister Pqcanha conferred with the marine mlcUler loJay in regard j support to mediate Ihts programme iqto'lin- Cull The Flock An Efficient Executor arc often caused in an Estate through the carelessness or ibismajingeiucnt of (he individual Exccufor.or Administrator. This can be avoided by appointing this Company. It acts on trje advice of bondtd to carry oul the Instructions of the and experienced officers In charge ol all its The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE Public Admlnlilrafor and Official Assignee for the Judicial District! of Lsthbrirfge, Msclsorf, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer, Slettler. m FOR SALE Dominion Government Bonds maturing 1937 in .Denominations of .and. -_. Interest Five Per Cent. D t pnfash Canadian Trust Co. vCEO. W. ROBINSON, Secfttprf CONYBEARE BLOCK LETMBRIDGE, The following resolution was pass- ed by the UuUei ftrmors ol Alberta Thursday at Calgary1. that ire, tb.e board ol ill- roctors of the United Farmers-of Al- berla, In executive meeting assembl- ed, hereby art-mi our belief lu the principle pi the selective cons crip- lion ol men lo carry on the war, and the conscription ot wealth fa? ihc same purpose. also, pledge our the government In efforl lo InlelHgculty jind prudently I carry Into'effect Ihe conscription ot [men for tills purpose, but In connec- 1 tlon TVitQ 'mid at the same tlmo as thai effort'is raade we insist that the government pul Into'offecl a system-: allc, just ant] equitable scheme conscription of tho wealth of the whole country. H must be tinder- stood, however, must embrace the .coascrlpUon ol Income wealtlrof all the men 2nd Institutions of the Dominion. -ThaXratc at which these Incomes are -assessed must Le Increased as the Incomes Increase uulU a certain .imitation la icachefl, after which, the remainder ol said In- come is to-be conscripted. also insist tbat la case of lands that hare been acquired and held out o[ productive use, such lands are lo he subject to equitable taxation, and In cases where lands are not subject to assessment and collectable- taxa- tion, such lands are to bo expropriat- ed. ivUh or wtthonY, at. the discretion of the government, a reasonable re- muneraiion to cover orftjtoal cost ol said lands, P.nd the UUo thereto lo revert to the crown and become part public domain, CHEAPER POULTRY FEED On account of. the scarcity and high price ot feed the poultry industry.ot this country is threatened by pcct of the wholesale slaughter of laying stock and a serious falling oB in tho number .of pullets to tie ma- tured. The necessity [or retaining mill- ing every possible, bwhel-of .wheat suitable for lhat_purnose.neptl'npt he emphasized. To provide poultrymen I with leeii for'rearing their" young stock .without unnecessarily lowering of milling wheat, tne ted- tral department-ot agriculture has re- quested teillers Uirpiigiput Catada to put- oii- the: market-IhVVcra'cfeed and sHrunken" wheat rembyed'.from gram before', it-is "In .addition- "anil broken wheat these chiefly of the- p'f :backwheat, a near relaUjVpi' biick- of the used .ibiicEwheat meilts1 or I Ex per I menial Farms The urgent need ol'conservation de- mands that all poultry net paying IO way In either eggs be ed lor sallow The present prices ot feed nl- i wako the keeping ot such classes ot poultry uoprulttabla as well us unpatriotic your own good and tor the good o[ the country, hill them. There ara In every poultry yard birds that have outlived their useful- ness and otuora that will never pay (heir way, these might profitably finished and marketed, not necessar- ily all al once but as soon as prac- ticable, taking into account the mar- ket, etc. lu these classes might be rcpnllori- ed, la (lie order In uhtcli (hoy should be disposed of. llie following; f." Mule Birds. hrcedln's sen- SOQ being over, all males should to tleshed und kilted. It will cost or over to keep each male until uext btccdine season, theretorc, gel. rid ot them, it will also be belter lor the lavcrs, tho eggs and the growing chicks. 2; Turkej-s and Waterfowl.- Toms turkey hens, geese Dud 'ducks, not absolutely needed for next year's breeding should be disposed ol. 3. Hens. All liens Of "the 'heavier classes that are 5 years old and over might be marketed now. In CTEJI the light classes many ol this age ought: co go- Others that aro lay-toe' li'ul i that aro not worth keeping for arioth-1 sr rear KhnVild be kept until'the egg yield does not par for'Uie feed. Bettor still keep culllEtf out: those that signs of eariy poultlng us you' .go along. r' The ol tho one and two-year- olds of tue lishtcst.breeds mlfilit pay o keep all summer hut only the year- should he kept over winter and these will .stand culling., Calrljr closely.- 4. Broilers.- If broilors are early it pajs best lo SDH Iho cockerels when .wo or three poaade in wcfffaL rather ban to Keep till heavier. This is es- pecially so irlien the sexes cannot bfl separated and where'the runs are small, the pallets Viil soon tho room and green feed Light breed cockerels should; be sold early; it seldom pays. to feed Item to maturlEy. 5. Roosters., Don'l leave the marketing ;0l all roosters till late In die [all. DlalrlbuLQ.lb.fs Rale.over as of seed. Hlsht now there la aced ot greens. eralus, grit, and. the greatest pt these Is cuinptlon. .call U fof farmer who can low a, straight furrow quite, us much s for toe. soldier who cau shoot rafjut shot. In tlmo of war the private cltleen ho fallf lo do hla duly Is a slacker; he uttfsUhlul public By 0. the Farmstead. If each farmer vrouM keep a record ot ltd larui work for a year ho would likely find (hat llio Dumber of days uaUy epcat In tho work vMcli TO- tarns the main funn' Income Is Email. During tho months from March (o Norenibcr the principal farm work 19 accgmpllshed nud tho bulk of tlio Is usually crowded lato about three of these months. Of these three montlis not erery day 13 a working day, to bad weather. Tho result la tliat tbo farmeV ts confronted with the (ask of eezing through a maxlrr.vm of work In short jierloda, whau -every- thing -must go as planned or loss oc curs. U IB In tliese periods ot stress or what our clflcleacy experts call 'penk thaL a rarmstcail firm ore apnreclaled Theu.lt Is we del cr mine ivhe the r ev- ery hulldlng on the farm Is construct- ed for elflcleucy; whelhcr each build mg la located In tho right direction or ab tho l distance from every other Reeves next increased cxpifeaty. graJq saving and'clftaaing devices, will more than pay for Reeves .nsnre maximum resalu In the short Ihrwhlag _Aik us {ITT'tbc FREE BOOK aod ae many faatuts A adTaniaje possessed by tHe' REEVES THRESHER Reeves Separating Reeves heavy, donble-barcylm- larger grate and longer separator trunk. Undentot blist lu nni patented Hurts eqssliding wiDAbomrd louid oriljln itrs ft host ot ether reasons lial clearly prfnra tfce and raoc-s-- ol tht Come la ui'3 Bi today and let as explain itc RetTta Thrtsbtr to jca ta pcctoa aod alia ttt Tractor TWE-B Model "L1' Tractor the Big Four "20" Steam Tractor r hMlldlriK; whcincr (ho' feed lots, the garden, the poultry yard, and other siich suhdivlplons arc property local ed Ibe slock, handled, to Iho 1 advantage. The arrangement of the farmstead Is just as Important to farmer ag la the arrangement of factory to the manufacturer. Wauu facturers aro planning with the of reducing labor and c'oata. The: are learning to start raw material In one end of a building nnd bring a fin Ished product out tlio other end TllH .a bRtU'Vard -ciovenient OT of taken from farnis Ic the nation's vror In. llsse _afcil later will bo th Items on the farm for >omo years' come. --If you are planning new build ings, plan them_for. efflclency and 1 calc them [or efficiency. Plan Ihci Just oa it every day In the year -woul ho a, husy day SVHetT'tvery mtnute b time and.every slep Is valuable, Plannltig- for efficiency docs no mean nn-QnflUractJro.-.rarm an'atlraclive one. for planning takes bu a. short walle and you USB you constantly, for many yea: FARM PREPAREDNESS iOng a perlpil as.possible. pNever mar- .1" COMES; your best .cow eara" lor you last year? A1 levbn-y ear-old grade In a pxtprd thut mUke'd frqni March !30t 19 to" Januarj-.'SOLh, 3C3.0 Ibs. fat, at .'45 cents' per the substantial suin.ol J163JD. .Per- haps you got more. Fortunately, the .owner of heid Is feeeplag records of.each cow lihai deirefl, two. ho owns and has Ihc satis lac I Ion' ol Inga ei- tno-wing that eh: out .of his perlmenlai cows earned over each, Fowls used j to "good; grain take to they become accustomed 'to it '7 "and The mill mills also flour many other weed Including seTeral kinds of mustards., would nol, as a nile i2n two or three per cent, ol tbe leanings In the case ot the stindard rades of- western -whcai. This ma- erlal Is specially recommended for lackyard, suburban and professional loultrymen. On farms the cWuings rom yards and poultry booses vhere been fed would have to.bfi d of so as not to disseminate noxious weeds In "pram fields. Those Interested in" qbUinlng this ,WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE GEISER "PEERLESS" Steam Engines and Separators AND A Great Combination ILLUSTRATION withEmeisonPJow and hoist. TtwBlK Four' '20" motor raiasollowMJ the pW by Eirnply poshtaf; a (Ml (cvcr_ whtuM tractot la running or Elaadlng "w'-i ateailhil. J anj Kiat larelcBi bacfcco Ml eonwri. Mtnti DUjrbt trAMj delichii) and Iratior lor bar. n i t eicii an ratior uUa tW. E-B Model LTT.ctor-RceY.i Ca. L. S. JACK .PHONE 1544. With milk weighed every Unln day, and a composite sample .tested onco. a month, actual .yield.-'of each cow lor her full period- ol lacla- tfon can be found Kith but little trouble. Milk and .feed record forms are free on application to the DalrT Divis- ion, Ottawa. -A-study of records should mean an Increase. In your COVF'B earning capacity by at least fifty per cent, in three years, class of feed should imm'cdlately ar range local: rpllia or feed era for a Tho mills cairns ba expected to keep" this material'Tor poullir unless II Is demanded for that purpose acid that rosta pouHryincn Ineins'elvea. GOOD SHOOTING TOR FOOD C.ONTKOLLER HO.V, W, J. don't seem lo be running Bliorl of Bhtiot Telegram. (By W. L. Nelson.) loot hearts and hoes er III an la to tato his versloa of tho and ben fan. Traction Engine REPAIRS We an will equipped ta handle all kinds of repair work- on either tttam or gal traciera, Only high cliw work (taw otir alwp, an4 IM will >M aflMnvthat 21S Flrrt A. rusty hoe'Is prool 6t lack ol pat- otlsm.-- H Is not enough to "call a snade a ado." Use Let lie nag fly-.fn tho front-yard id laakc (lie dirt-fly IQ the back T The fanner .-will do his duty. .Don'l seust him irllh tog much- "dlng- ft Is not enough to eel tho gardea ch In tho sprlug. Yon've got lo ieep all summer. The, piesenl .agrlculVural program alls for. Ihe planting ot tesled Instead R. :C. MER1THEW Live Stock i Auctioneer me conduct, your fnrrn sales. Five years eiperlonce In the States selling la Ibe Eales ,rlng. WRITE FOR DATES INSURE NOW ..You .cannot afford lo gamble. We ajwayt received fatr cettlementa promptly from tne company we ire Alberta Securities Block Ltlhbrldge THE C, P. R, GIVES YOU TWEITTKEABSTDPAY- An JmtDensO area of the most fntilft lind la Western Canada for Mle .4 low prices and Icrnu from 911 lo 130 (err farm Und4 up it> 150. One-Unifi 1( you with within twenty yeaig. In ctrtda Iwd without itUkHKfrt fn Irrif illra for fitrn buildioga, dc, up to WO, i epaijaHle ID only 6 per ctnti litre !i your ofponunltf lo IncreiMyonr fata lioldlnge pr to Beeure friends ks neighbors. For lUef'ata're tnd par- tlcultti to Allan Ciracrbn, Qenzfil Superntend-nt of Lands, Departtnent of Reaourcts, FitatSUcct Local Agent! WILSON A 3KEITH Sherlock Bldj. OF CANADA. Account ui Pay You Bills fcyCkefM There Is a decided ad- vantage hi depositing your housekeeping money In the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid Ihe risk of keeping a considerable sum In your home or carrying It vhen shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CAROSTOM BRANCH BARONS BRANCH A. F. 3. Tatum, Manager f. V. Caven, Minjfar J. Blacicwood, Minagtr THE CANADIAN BANK OF-GOMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., U.D., HV. F. JONEi ism JOHN JV.C.BROWN. Sup'i of CmnJ Brueht. nJNtv. No one else can provide the money which you M to save. DEPOSIT IN A ;WAR SAVINGS TQ-DAY. R. I. Brymiier, Mgr. _. MOW'S THE TIME TO BUV GOOD FARM LAND. fiirraerilVli' 'tho West' the past' tiro years'ivllh prices at Jl.OO and 11.25 per bushel hare been paring for tlielr lands out of one crop. Wflal riiay they not do with wheat farm produca at their present prices? f We have some excellent properties belonging to Trust under, our care which .will nppeal to the farmer and iDTeator, >rhicb must be realized upon. THE STANDARD TRUSTS GO. (Head'Offlce Alberta Branchj Macfeod Block, Edmonton, or write to W, A. Davit, Altrerta BlocV, Lethbrldgt. SECURITY SAFETY s SERVICE what you have been waiting for. It Ts what we have all bean waiting company owned and controllrd by the farmert ot Organized to give us the ttrvlce we arc entitled to and to keep our money at home. Secure your hail protection early ty obtaining a policy tn The Farmers Fire Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA eLoCK, LETHBR.IDGB "Do Buainesa In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE HAIL INSURANCE In iDlectlng i Company-to place your Iniurantt with, are two Important thlngi to contlder. Pint, the financial Ity of the company; >nond, thtlr reputation for prompt and tatlf- factory v Such, an Inveitlgatlon will ihow the BRITISH CROWN, at a leader. Don't take a chance. Let ui place It In the Brltlth Crown. R. V. Gbbons Co. PHONE BALMORAL B1OCK Hail Insurance ct a reliable company. Our company has b and thoroughly rellabla, Wilson Skeith OENERAL INSURANCE Office: Ground Sherlock Blttj. Phone In Mr office giving Immediate covering. If necenary we can cover' you by i I.icludrt! it) the ef Our Company Dominion War LMH Aebenturee ;