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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i r PAGE EIGHT THE LBTHBRIPOB DAILY HERALP SA'i UKUAX, OF INTEREST TO GROWING SEED ON LAND There are undoubtedly great possl- two seasons is theusaui! dollars. community, and we susgest thst the university work in co-operation with the vt the interior in the carrying out at this work on'the graz- ing question." Rejection Muvcd by 11. J. SfkeS, seconded by ,J. Mahi-r. "Whereas tho climate uud soli i differ Rreally in iliftereut parts of the province of Saskatchewan, anil lillttes in the growing of seed, on the I Ihau cue rrigable lands of Southern Alberta, i seed is also proving experiments 9n several farme iu differout parts ot; very prrfuaMc. A three-quarter tv. io Irrigated area small pieces of land (Ceid ai TiUey. east ut Brooks last cou, lave bcec reserved lor growing seed ypar' produced sis bushels of m.; ;LC Jarls of the Broiloce luring the Use few seasons. The sue- clover seed to tho acre. Mora of the proviiw of Don. H. Uark, superintendent sixty-Sve cents a pound Is being y> rc-oheJ that tue lmversii> ot it "the Irrigation Investigation Branch) talncd for this seed, which works out a weight 03 wheels until we grease a wheel-barrow, hatod-truck, or some such tiling: (or which 'we ourselves furnishing toe motive power. In such cases the lubrication Is more likely lo receive proper attention than when horses or a tractor are furnishing povror. But It is Jnst'.aS Important to keep bearings lubricated for horses or trac- tors as (or poorly lubricat- bot Do u i be asked to establish sub- it the C PR along these lines in pre-! st a return of inoro than three him- >ears has, uo .doubt, induced dollars to the acre. At the Idaho 31 Southern Alberta in the districts Zbaldale. Brooks, Slrathmore and Up' to now seed growing has per- iaps received more attention in the BrooXs district thau in the other parls the irrigated area. Alfalfa, clovers, led graiu have been chiefly grown. IWdoubt the greatest success last sea- denced, for this prizo was wou in coin petition with seed grown in one cf the best seed growing areas in the Vnitt-d States. A three acre BeH of alsike clover gave a yield of.sji bushels to the stations -Jar the investigation of prob- lems relating to crop producllon on each principal soli type and In each climate zone In tUe province, of Sas- katchewan." Resolution No.' 8 Moved by H. i'. AiUd. seconded by experience has shown I. Sterling. Whereas that fall rye is a valuable crop for several purposes, In Saskatchewan ed bearing increases operating ex- pense by more rapid wear aud by the waste of power which must be paid for to matter whether it Is generated 'by hay and oats or by kerosene. Recently a test was made with two 10-foot disk harrows, one with bear- ings run dry and the other with bear: iiigs well lubricated, in order to as- certain the difference iu draft. It was (ouud that the harrow running with- out required 150 pounds more to pull it than did tho other one under identical conditions. Now a drawbar pull of 150 pounds at a speed of two and one-halt miles perihqur Is egual. to'eiaclly one horse i power'; :In otueijVpMs, lack ot'grcMO un, i-' 10-foot hist uieans.that uiie" eitra liorsa is needed to over- come the friction, or else I Jiwu ajA Sfxly-nre cents a pound i3 whereas the dates cf seed ng and value of this seed nnd it brought a harvesting: usually .necessitate that relurn of three hundred dollars to the ion was that of J. E. Strong .who j aero. Yellow sweet clover on a three firms flve'iniles corth of BrdoXsMand a half nrre field at Tilley a two rear field conuinlug..... elCTe-a acres ot Grimm alfalfai Mr. Strong threshed pounds ot seed. The quality oMbls seed-may be jridg- W from the fact that at tba British 'Columbia Seed Fair held at Kara. yield of five bushels pounds to the thirty.fiva ceqts .11 seed of fall rye ba carried, for several months before it Is used for seed, which limits the available seed sup- ply, especially'for early seeding, so necessary when the rrop is sijwn to war uu the bearings of Iho dick t lid oii .the The' fame results Mil1 be (ound'with most other farm machines. Take, are kept well lubricated. bearing which is liberally sup- plied or oil Is not lifcely to rust1, when lue juachluo stand; Idle, as-moisture cannot 'come, in 'contact with the Wfarins It Is au p'd and .'true saying that "oil Is cheaper than Tha grease required to keep bearings properly lubricated ,ls also cheaper than the kerosene required to overcome the friction la dry Tractor farming loops in the latter part ot January i similar results can be obtained Ibis 5ear an exhibit of it was award-ion larger fields is shown by the'.bar- ed the first prize. Mr. Strong's crop) vesl taken froin nineteen and a-lialf. beea sold fc.r eighty-five pound or twen'.v-one.-dollars a bushel, control soil-drifting, and whereas the a return acre than one hundred dollars an acre !was" .obtained from these three and acres. That crop v ceri.s ,acres of white s to a dollar a poiind, so thai- the pro- j qn the C.P.R. Demonstration'Fann at ceeds from this field of eleven acres Tilley.- This field yielded Dominion seed .pii ston has taken steps during the past two years to carry stocks of seed ot tall rye for sale at cost-to rural run- uicl'paUlfes 'and farmers iu need of tbe therefore ba: It resolved >fc-> .thS" meeting its apprecl alion ot'the.'work of, the Dominion seed purchasing commission and re- K-as between -even 'and eight thou-i pounds of clean seed, ivnicn was sonii quest that the Dominion minister o( 1 dolUTS from seed alone 'for an average price of thirty cents a agriculture that this .con- sole thV the total returns for tbVfleM tinned and extended by purchasing -_ adequate supplies from the appfonch- ing har.vest for the seeding of 1921 acreage. Resolution No. 9 Moved by Gep. Sponce, seconded by A. W. Murray. ly with the overload. It a tractor'is" being used and the disk is a loss will be twice as greai, or equal'.to two horsepower, and about two extra pints ot fuel will be each hour In order lo over- come the draft due to unnecessary friction, to say nothlug of increased recognized fields of seed grown, and bis success were, therefore, mor'o than or Is 'interesting because it proves ?2S2 for each acre. (he results others nre obtaining OB -When !t is considered lhat in South- fields of one or two acres can be dup- i ern .Alberta there will eveatualljj be Ucafed on larger areas. Up to now .between two-and three million acres farmers have been growing seed main- of irrigable land on which similar're-. b for tneir own requirements, sel-jsults will be possible, it seems .sufe ttliereijs dom bavins'more than an acre and to predict that, before many more j fact that the'keeping of livestock js often less "For two years in succes-] years hare elapsed, a very Important ecessars lo provide, a. sion Mr Bark has grown alfalfa seed j commercial seed producing ;area ijvill on an acre'df land at the Q.P.H de-ihave been established here. 1 jnonstralion farm ot Brooks. From! "Seed Growing on Irrigated Land" [this" acre pt're-'j will be the subject ot one of the. nil- cleaned marketable teed was obtained.) dresses at the forthcoming Convention 'This seed was sold for fifty cents the Western'Canada Irrigation'As> Jpoaad. lhTi919 the.iSeia-'produced j iS seed, which! Don'H. Bark and Professor is being sold to farmers In the-dls-'G. H. Culler, of tbe'University ot Al- trict at seventy-five cents a oouad.jberta, have consented to give ad- although In the open" market-it would j dresses on this topic, is bno_of probably bring a dollar a ponnd. The valne of. the'; seedjand the hay har- vested on of land in the great the farmers throughout Westefn'Cauada, especial- ly tho'EO who have irrigable land. Resolutions Conf erenee at Better armng Current following rosolulious, iver.e-passed utianlraousli" Ji'v the conterence at this afternoon's Resolution No. 1 Moved Spence, seconded Capt. Atcbesqn. it resolyeih that this better Jarming conference hereby express Us appreciation of action ol the minister of agriculture of Southwest- ern along more permanent'and lines, and be it furttier'resolved.that feiiiiest' _the' minister to ap- point a bbinmiltes to.make such de- tailed stiidyiof tbe'.-Bltuatiori be necessary'- to' enable Ihem to rec- ommend and .tlie public such .-.action as they deem es- sential tb'brlng about the, uesired agricultural improvement, and be it further resolved tbat we government to publish and distribute a report of this better farming con ference and the recommendations ol tho committee, and that we request that the conference be made an an "nual event." Resolution No. 2 Moved by G. Morcland, by M McLachlah.. "Resolved that we bring before the farm congress and provincial govern. lo provide, a margin .of. afetj in dry vears and whereas tock in.the. dry land areas ept in Sufficient numbers only by ccess to cheap the-cfore be t resolved the Dominion overnment a commission now classified grazing lands'and uch other lands as may be found o be fit for purposes onH hat a based on; such'survey; be. made, .-and-further hat who are now otl the in .prosimiti tp juch rough lands havi SORE IS A BOIL Rub Away the Inflammation With ''ABSORBINE JR." For ths shoulder or that aches lite a toothache; for the bniUe or. Eprain that throbs_and burns; (or cut or laceration thai rriav become inftctid. -pply JR." ABSORBINB JR is highly con ermrated and petftrates nght icto the tissues. It A gernu ode, abtolutdy safe, that dratroyi germs, prevents j infection and proud flesh, soothes pain and heaU JR. is sate for J jDung and the athlete after jtiwnse and the business man who meets witlr an accident, evtty member of the inflammation K a bottWfetmosl drunrists or pakpitd bftS-feF YOOHO, Jsx. should privileges firet claim to grazing on all, such lands ent the need cf finding ways i an neans of transferring- persons, de irons' of moving, at present locate n land tha.t may be proved. unabl o maintain them, "moro suitabl and for general farming to enable hem tp retrieve Ihelr positions." Resolution No.1 3 lioved by .D. S. Cameron, second- ed by S. Morrey. f "Whereas it Is the opinion of Ibis conference that It is of great import- ance that-the moisture of the south- west jiiirt of the'province be conserv- ed to extent as possible, It resolved that this 'conference express its appreciation of the steps ihat have, been taken by the depart- ment.ot, the Interior through its irri- gation branch in studying the water supply in- Saskatchewan, with a view to.the efficient utilization by artificial Irrigation, and be it further re that the' department of tho interior be requested to prosecute these studies as. rapidly as possible -with- a view to determining more accur ately the area and location of irrig nble land In tbe province and. th probable cost of the construction G seconded i the different projects." Resolution No. 4 Gloved by Wi T.'Wood, seconded furlher reebmmend tnat for the permanent1 good of the Hv4sto6K and agricultural industry, certain areas be .set aside pas- tures and that all- legitimate farmers living. in 'certain blocks or zones may hare-grazing privileges' for a certain amountVot Unlock, upon the quality "ot agricultural land in that particular zone and to the rainfall; we no lease or renewals for longer than one year, or until urvey nhd report- has been made. faking Stock IT is just as important to take an inventory-of one's self as it a ol one's business. Ask yourself this question "It during the .next five years 1 save1 the same amount'Palready hive put by, how nmclmrUl I be worth in 19251" Thtn'let bur Savings you'in accomplishing the task.j THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA M CaittI, Euilu at UnllTMW fnM UJHJU1M. T. K. U.OCKWOOD 13rH STREET NORTH G. E. BLETCHER MAKTCDI 4ix AVENUE SOUTH P. BILLINGTON NtW DAYTON AND5TCm.lNa DflAMCHU L.G.THOMAS MANACEK COALHUAST BRANCH.' W. B. FERGUSON MA COAIDALE BRANCH C.T. McKINNON BUHDETT BRANCH The Purchasing Value of To-day's DoHnr must necessarily bv create when cofflmod- ity prices decline. It a therefore in your iniereit to live every possible when prices are high. When the prices of commodiiies do settle cfown-to'lower levels your money will not only hive greater pur- will have the interest which has hi ihe meantime if you your in (he sivingi department of in Paid-up I wldOO 000 Ruvuttti THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA W. B. Kinjr, Manager, .LETHBRIDGE "Whereas a greater acreage of corn Iwill be sown for focider during the Icnming years, and n sufficient supply of mature seed of a suitable variety -is not.raised In Saskatchewan, he it resolved that' the members of this .congress, through the department of agriculture, establish a' co-operalive relationship with the departments of agriculture In the corn states, where- I by a sufficient supply .ot. mature seed cf right variety for our Immediate needs may: be assured." Resolution No. V.OTGd by H. McKellsr, seconded by (ieo. Q. .Smith. "Whereas it has been staled llml the straw from the crops of 1915 am! 1911 would have Bolvcd the focider problem during llie p'asl three years had those supplies been conserved thus avoiding serious reduction [herds antl heavy financial loss, there fora be It resolved that llie Saskat chcwan government be ashed to eo l.imcnd tlie municipal law as In make j it possible for a municipal council lo j control the burnings of straw within the mimicipjiliiy." Resolution No. 6 Moved by i'rof. Bracken, secondci by .f; Cotqilhon. "Whereas tliore arc in the province of SrtsUftlcliewan many clifferfin kinds of soil, and whereas some of the very light lypos should ncvc I have been plowed up have been, ami firouirlit under cilltivalion by ii drirtln'K I proving Resolution No. 10 Moved by 0. Tyzack, seconded b EC. "Whereas the fundamental basis.o agriculture for semi-arid' areas is' .which cows ipr milk production are the largest' factor, and whereas owjng to the perishable nature of the product, great difficulty and losses nro sustained where, farms -iro too far removed from railways; be it resolved .that railway facilities extended in order that the maxi- mum productions niay be reached, ami v that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the minister of rail- ways and to. tho president of the C.P.R., and the president.'Pi 'the Can- adian National Resolution No. 11 "Resolved that this better- farming conference request the Dominion me- teorological service to establish more meteorological stations in the prairie provinces with a view securing more detailed information regarding Hmallc. conditions in local'areas In rder that farmers maybettor adapt heir system of farming to the con- ditions that IING SERVICE YOUR banking lequiiements may be entrusted to this Bank wtli every confidence that careful and efficient service be i ender- ed7 Our facilities aie entuely at yoiu disposal, f G5a' 'T THE CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND. LETHBRIDGE .W. Hcikie, Manager. GREASE IS CHEAMR THAN KEROSENE y fi The satisfactory 'service The Merchants Bank renders to BusinessHonses, in the matter of collecting .Notes, and other rmAncia! paper, is due to the numher and strategic location of its branches tiiroughout Canada, and the efficient sy stem in force. Special attention is given to collections returns are promptly made and credited: losses are often prevented by the care and thoroughness with We do this part oi'ourwork. BANK Kvery one knows tliat a wagon or any other vehicle riins easier when the bearings of tho wheels are proper- ly lubricated. Bnt VYG frequently do not realize ho% great a difference n little grease1 or oil makes In tho amount of power -requir.rt io move Head Office :Montreat OF CANADA, BOTHER! "Galifbrnia Syrup of Pigs" 'Child's Best Laxative seltfors, and ivhoroas Ihei nl from mull soil id J serious nuiiiiu c, nut tiuly lit sown on it, but to ;inil the land i.i iiliy lo Ijr- of vain for grazing (han lor goo lie II resolved Hint the [iru- vlnr.ial govritimrnt he asked such steps as may- bo necessary to have the soils of.Uie prairie claasiSed I in order to pops'tldc. the; furtlier setllii.f r.f iniaiilisbli! hunt, and lo facilllalf? rncfjiirjipn fiii'- Ihcr developniciil jilons'iliiM llial will result in the grc.ilcst good' to iLo Accept KlgS for the nnnic California on n.-jc. Ihrn you are sure, yoin hiiying the best 'ami mosl iilrjsk-, (or (lib lllllo IJvf-r iinil liriffeM, fjhllflren lovo its fruity I-'ull directions nn eaitl liottle. You must HAYFMIALE IN LETHBpiDGE AND OTHER POINTS at i RMtiHm accompliBtod by iSYST .SWfiMC MONTHLY DEPOSITS Of I 12-20 49.52 128.M; MT.W 3 1SS.82 877.04 THERE IS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT AT EVERY BRANCH OF THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA CAPITAL" ANO-peSEfWES TOTAL Vranch EI J Bran'chu and liber. EVERY MAN the dnty he owes lo his wife and.other members o! hit family to that each one of them is provided for after his dewase aa well u before, but iu many instances omits to make such arrangements M will ensure his and their affairs being properly managed alter demise. The appointment ot tail Company as Eiecutor and under your Will, will safeguard, and relievo them of daties which might prove'onerous to them. Interviews and correspondence, invited. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1643 FINANCIALY IRRESPONSIBLE TRUSTEES Are responsible for vast losses in the administration of Estates. Your private Executor may be quite respon- sible now, but will he be so after your death? In the selection ul-th-is company .as your Executor you are Insured against'such a subscribed capital and 'surplus of !' _ To.lal assets over TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Collections For Business Houses Established 1864, I MPBAI ch ope n TumUy i an J Alberta Provincial School of Agriculture AT RAYMOND Offers Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science CONSISTING OF (AGRICULTURE) AGRONOMY ANIMAL''HUSBANDRY' MECHANICS VETERINARY SCIENCE DAIRYING POULTRY FARM MANAGEMENT HORTICULTURE ECONOMICS SCIENCE I (POMEST1C SCIENCE) COOKING SEWING LAUNDRY r_ _ 'HOME' NURSING ENGLISH.and ARITHMETIC HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMtNT SANITATION DAIRYING POULTRY .PHYSICAL CULTURE TUITION ENTfRANGE EXAMINATION COURSE'S EXTEND OVER TWO WINTER SESSIONS OF FIVE MONTHS EACH, COMMENCING OCT. AND CLOS-, ING MARCH. 26TH. OPEN TO BOY9 AND GIRLS-WHO HAVE REACHED SIXTEEN .YEARS OF AGE. Calendar 'of studies and appijcatlon for admittance forms ob- tainable from: O. B.8.A., Principal, fjchool of Agrtoillurf, TlaymonJ HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Azrlclilture, Bdnipmon AL-E. MEYER, LL.B., Supt. :of Agricultural Schools iand. Do'mqn- o strallon Far'niB, KiJiiionlmi. .'i PERTON.F.O.B.LE i ETHBRIDGE 'FOR INFORMATION, A. WE BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING PHONE 1012 OF AGRICULTURE, EDMOIiTDN SHERIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, To Wit: By virUe of a Writ of Bxecirtlon issued out of the Supreme Conn of AlberU ,il llie snit feHERMAN LIVEftOOOD, iL il, nlaintf'f, and FARMING COMPANY, defendant, and IP me nirccicn flgainsi trie goods ann cnattcls of FEUQER liavo selfed and taken intb cxcuuDon Ihe following coodg.and chattels, namely: ONE FORD TOURING CAR. ONE FORD WITH LARGE TRUCK BODY. TWO FIFTEEN FOOT FOIXNER CULTIVAT- ORS FOR ENGINE. ONE REVOLVING WEEDER. Wfilch f.sMIl expose for eak WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTY- FlRSlVDAY OF JULY, 1920 AT BONNELL'S S., CITY Al tnt houi' of 2 3d afternoon. t A M'VOUNO, Sheriff, lillj' 10.MS20, JUdtc'Inl District o( X ;