Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
---: -AGERMAN ^1 y some time. I r i: An island home in the mud.-Troops use a German piTl box as a dug-out, 2. With the British forces in Italy .-Scene behind the front. ,3, Entiy of General Allenby into Jerusalem. 4. Two of our gallant airmen in their new flying kit in Italy. 5. On the British Western Front.- Mobile anti-aircraft gun ready for action, 6. Scene at a British aerodrome in Italy. 7. On the Western Front.-Troops clearing debris from the ; interior of a ruined church, 8. "Son..a Klabla" itf the atlvanccd British linos in France. Those officers' mounts have made this their abode for mMm m ,'�nd the h:ind.souie price of ten eonts a jjoiind was obtnlnod'for.-'H. Altq-. ppthei the tnrij)orB � of' the iWlstrlet '^'WDrgenrleliedby approximately $!jO,v tioji} the ilrqauctlon of/UnioUiy' -isQfcd, and, in nddlt^gflVOra, obtt>Uili)B'i jl. a ton for tliqlr'l.thranhed hay. pin' .: tanner' recolvfrt a qhoqne'fnr '?(i,!)00' .:;7oi:'thc si'ed lie aold aBd ?D,000 tor hip,: �'���iilJrcaUi'd hay. ; In the production of all kinds of fodder, Soiithnrn Alberta la inereas-itig in impqrtaiic? every year. The Irrigated i^reas which are being de- ' veloped by the Canadian Pncinc Rail-way are the Inrgent *olt�lfa rrowing (listrlets in Western Canada. Beslaes alfolfa, tniiothy, clever, rye and, other ( fodder cro'i)p,are extensively, ouUl-) vatod in tjio Irrigation (JlahilctB.giv � vlng abnndRnt>,y)eld8. � > !": ;ilug..�'hiiml�nt, y)eld�. As fodder for '� , horses and .cattle timothy is u grovv^ ihp favoHteAwJitU the Ganadlan-fiiv.' mor, who III thess war times,Ib nnU. uig that nii.^t'd farming is tbe farm,-Ing tlmfpfjyn h^aU-t �; -v. -^t. Ml 'ft'J.