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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SA,rURpAY, MARCH 2, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ' ' Plai IB MikgiAlto^^^ Oni) or iM liiost. c.omtrt'feBbnslVd Hchoines for making Alberta Mto Hoqd Krnin cQtitro of the world hriH beon, worUcd out by tlifl depdrtnicnf. of ag^'l-riiRuro dnd/wlll fio.put In oporatton Mils ypif. It will tHkrt Boino three or rour jcna'B to get thq plan In openi.-lion aji> that there will be a contmercial HiipDif, but once oBtabllEiked there will bu no; question as to the qudllty of the Alberta seed gruln. Tlie entire iiropusal waa outlined by Oeputy Minister of Agrlculttire CrBlK, at ii.nieoling of tho fairs' delegatOB and those who .WHre'attondlnB tho Beod fair at ISdmonton', Morototore with tho necessity of the country the deparlniont has buen devoting its special attoiitlbn to the Introductions of pedigreed live stocR Into tho province, but In order to have a well balanced production, and In order t(j take advantage of the natural (.fBcllltlCH of Altjcjta to produce clean and perfect seed, this scheme of pedl-Krebd' seed is being Introduced thiR year. Outside of Sweden, the scheme is the ,mgst comprohonslvo In the world;. *t .^j' The Department's Plan To begin with It la considered that Alberta has the natural advantag'i second to no other part of the world to produce seed grain and grasses a.id In order ;that there may he a general and detintto'.schonio to provide seed for the wpi'ld'B market, the department 6t agriculture haa organized the following plan. Tho scheme is to produce seed on a big scale and stand-ardtze II. Although the department started two or three year.s ago to work out the scheme It is just being brought before tlie public. � "The ,vali�|V'.^f vision." That Ib a'.ver; and Rccbnd priXe at this ncjed (i^ir and othor .feed fairs throutfhhdt the prov-Inee will h6 given t.h� opportunity of buying at commercial ratea, five buiib-eta Of tjlthcr wheat, or oats of tlio best quality that coUld be procured. The department is offering two special prizes also at this seed fair to the firsttand second prize winners which will jpartlally cove;- the cost of the grain that they rtay huy.. .Mt��;hcd to the conditions of these specials Is ^ foun the proviso that in entering tor them the winners must agree to purchase * '* cents a |,tho seed offered and to comply with tho regulations outlined for its development. Those winning the tlrst or second prize have tho option of com-poting for these specials or not as they please. This grain must be sawn on specially prepared ground and must be under the Inspection of the department of agriculture during the year. Thov must keep this seed and sow It all back on specially prepared ground the following year and it is the hope that In two years there will be plenty of good seed for sale. In addition to these requirements, the man going in for the raising of this seed grain will be expected to use such ordinary precautions as hovlng tho threshing machine cleaned before separating the special grain, to allow inspection at'the bin, and to clean well ,b*for^? offering for sale. " � ,,�'  : / It Is hoped that this will develop into an association being organized of those who arc. succe�stul in produ ,, , . ".--y'y strongf! conjunction ; Washington. Mar. l,~Under . aDj'V^ii could hav6 tinllersiood tho pbraiWi $50^000 HEREFORD DEAL TRANSACTED had It boon "Thb hill of vision." U la the mountain atiitimit which is usually associated With outiooli. One romem bors, "the bilHi hill, called Clear.' where Christian and Hopeful could dlmiy see thia gates unci also some ol the' glory of the cdcsilal city. But horp It l3 the' valley wliirh is the homo and sisal binder Iwlno containing! of vision. The olBtndon. *At"ofie point wv. wero'laken cents a pound and all vancc of not more than pound. Twine that contains 550 fflel to the pound should he^ sold at a maximum advance 'o't 1% cents above the price for standard twine, six hundred feet to a pound at an Increase of throe cents, and (150,, feet to the pound at 'I'/j cents a poundHaonie gloomy valley e.xpt'ricnces; there Increase. Pure .Manila twine containing 650 feet to the pound should bo sold at an advance of not more tli.m six cents a pound above the prlco of \ spiritual experience dI Horace Bush fstandard twine. All prices are t.n.b. j neU; "i hove learned u'orc of expert- fll6ng a narrow, dingy iiassage which qpened Into the Klodiny chamber Where tVie Cro^Vti'.1' .v';la were kept. One was'alm'dst htortldd to hco those flashing jewels In sik.1i confined and grey surroundings; but u Bimllnr wo'v dei- often'Startles thf huIM when, in Oalgary. Ueib.. L'8. -What Is probably the largest purebred live stock d^al ever consummated In \Vf!'\lern C'dli-ada, and one which is of outstanding interest to every cattle breeder in Atn-erlca. has Just been completed by Frank Colllcut, owner of the ifanious Willow Spring ranch at f'rossfleld, with Its noted herd of Hereford cattle. The deal Invwves the transfer ot 7fi head ot Hereford from the Glengarry van at Clarcsholm, at a cost of approximately 150,000. The herd la headed by the famous bull Gay Lad IGth, one pf the hesl sires In America, Imported by Thos. IMoore, of tlie Glengarry ranch, from the Harris establishment In Missouri at a cost of about $20,000. , In addition, to the acquisition of thin wonderful sire, Mr. Colllcut becomes the owner (it a, number of noted prlze-wlnnlhg females and young bulls, there,are 18 yearling bullfl sired by one ot Mr. Colllcut'a own herd headers, ilaah'dpoh blm-'.tl�e.\iii.-^rar('liable rich es ot t;hrlst. And now take thin wurd from the factory. GERMANS SUFFERED , i FROM AN EXPLOSION Amsterdam, Mar. L'.-In the capttirp of Pskov by the Germans one of the (Jerman battalions suffered heavy Ipssj? es th'rough an explosion caused b'y'jtto' retreating Russians, according 'to'f.'a; Berlin dispatch to the Volks Zel.Curi'ft of Cologne......... '� ' . nick is going Inth seltltimenl 'I'om: work. Mill: At the behest of the minister? Tom: No. at behest of tho town merchants.-Gargoyle. GASINGINE will, sell, complete or separately,'51 h.p. 'Daniers Gah Engine ; Westlnghouae Generator and Switchboard, practically as good .as 'how, suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. . (12005), (15681). Aged S.years, , Du'nmuire Ivory,' (I6I7I). Aged 4 yeart.: Golden Style, (14316). Aged'5 years. "these horses are clean and right. Seo them and you'll buy. Wl J. Henders & Son OWNERS t Mr. Hepders can be seen at the Palace Livery Stabjes. OK) So many differeu^V.; stheines tor j soldier setllemfent haye;'beeji talked of from 'lime to'-^-ti^e. that the. I public has become  more or less con-tupetl and only a scattering Bew know that the Soldiers Settlement Act of the Dominion of Canada is! now In force and in operation. In fact, applications lor returned soldiers for ,nld In operating land already owne'd ;by them, are being received In Ottawa. (The applications through the west are j being received through the establlsh-led land offices who carry on the preliminary negotiations and examine the jcandidate^ as^tq th.eir right to receive [help. The Lethhrldge Land office has I received a number ot such appUcations land tie number Is expected to grow rapidly as the men return from the ifroiit.. " ; ' ,. Under the act Uie governoiept may intake a loau to the settler of an amount up to t2540 for'tbe purp6se ot acquiring land for agricultural, purposes, payment of encumbrances on land'tg be used for suol>-purposes, the ovement of the land, the erection improvemeu' ot farni buildings', the purchase of Stock, machinery and equipment, and for such other purposes as the Soldier Settlement Board may approve. The money loaned shall be expended under the super^slon ot the board, and shall not be paid over to the settler as cash to do 'With as he may please. , Explains Preliminary Steps The following letter which Is sent out first to all applieants under tho act will perhftpS explalti fully the preliminary steps ^Yhlcil. returned soldiers who already possess laud will hive .to take in availing ^hepiselv^s of the aid possible under this act: Tp Applicants under the t , Soldier Settlemeril Act: V It has been represented 41 lat there are a num\>er ot^discharged soldiers entitled to'benefit under the Soldfor Sett\ement Act who had homestead lands in the Western Provinces before enlistment and have now returned and have land on tho homesteads which they can place under crop the coming spring but have not the seeil. grain and equipment necessary to ft^ commence their farming work. It is also represented that there are others who own farms which are unencuih-bered and who are similarly situated. It has been strongly urged that an attempt should be made to deal with such cases promptly. The Soldier Settlement Board, which has only recently, been. assembled, has not yet  hud time tp formulate Its regulations i\nd organisation for ordinary business. In ah endeavour to deol with these special ^cases ot urgency it has been decided that tholrjsi'^pUca|j|on$^may be,:re,-�ielved by the\Dom1nioiil,and Agencies and the necessary inspections*, and valuations of the land made'by:''ttifei: Homestead Inspectors forthe;'p^utJ*Me|^ ot a provisional loan. As 'the:;Bdpiy� has only power to'grant a loaWwh^fS the security Is assured. ,j>rpmpt actlOti: is improbable In any! fcases ln>,w!hich f title to the land is too complloatetli iiy 1 encumbrances to adthlt of.ready mff, JUBtment. �' .'" i V' mental religion slnc^ my little boy idled than.In. all my lit" betovn." Bush-'nell h^d .ihad'many rai� experiences op the'mountain top. but they werp nothing to the visions that were unveiled to him In the valloy. The darker school gave him the. finer sight. And inay we not reverently rKiuomber the word yWhich Is. spoken of our Lord. .thafcV'''ri^ ;learned obcdinnco by tlio thipgs. wh'lch'h* sutteipii." That mys. ft^rlourfv dnrichUient (aiue to Him in ithe.vfaliey. 'Ijhey hlive hogun to see, or � thehtfa/.e"'strengthened their slghf, in . it's;'very sea^nwhcn they were blinded- vvlth tear;si U is in the valley that wo see Into the heart of God. Thpre are narrow roiuls hi the valley In which wo share "the fellowship of His sufferings," and in that sacred communion we begin ui see a little way Into the dark mysteries ot His Cross. It is because, in our own degree, we are like'Him, that wp see Him a little, "as He Is." So that when we are leil into sombre valleys, let us humbly and expectantly assume' that ^we are in the place ot vision. Maybe the Lord \,i going to anoint our eyes with ey(j-salve. and H(? will Impart unto us one ot His secrets. Perhaps it was needful that we should bo led Into the valley in order that we ililght receive our sight. And thus life's valleys will lie found to be the abodes of the divine mercy as well as those breezy helgliis which catch the fit*,t beams of V^o rLsing sun. Even ih the valley we ihay sso the King in His beaut)*, and the Uind tliat is very far oft. and throe young bulls .sired by Old Ite peater, tho bull that made tlie ll;nTirt farm lamous all over the world f.ir ii^j Ueretordi^. There are also three yeml-ing biill.4 sired by Pctpr the Tlli, whieii i(oKi last summer at $7,Don. .ind an extra good young bull sired by Cuy Lad 40th, a Colllcut bull im|)orlnd iii.-.i year at a cost of ?U,'.IOO. In the 'female line there Is a heifer that will make any herd step sldowiRo in the show ring, d cow and a oiif that sold for 15,000,' and a number of promising other females bought at fancy prlce:i. -Mr. Colllcut, by this trr.nsact.Ion, becomes the leading breeder and owner of high-class, high-priced Hereford s in Canada, and the largest breeder lu Amerloj. He how ha.s'upwardu of fiuii Herefford cattle at.Jiis Willow SprinKH ranch, and the herd is headed by such famous bulls as Oay Lad 40th. (Jay Lad 18th, Governor Madley and l^'alrtax Perfection. It Is his Intention to use one ot the Repeater bulls In his herd tbij yaiiv. The two Gay Lid bulls are half brothers, and their calves have already made their mark in the show rings ot America. It is questionable whether another Hereford cattle at his VVIIhrw Springs nnieli i>osscases so many oui-I suindlng brneding IndividusI.m. ,\lr. ItlolliiMit lias V'lways luid supreme faith ! Ill the future of Albnrla as a cattle (!iiiiiti-y. and Mn latest purchase wilt plaee liliii In premier position' as a lirneder mid I'.uicier of this popular l)re".d of beef cat tie. He is certainly t';) be conKiatiilaled on the deal. As a man (jf prDKrosstvo ideas lie has no ci|ual ill .\ll�ert;i. LAST RESORT , l''ir:(t Shoe .Man; I don't know what we can dci 11 bout that last lot of shoes; the inatiM'ial in tlioin i.s so poor our customers wouldn't buy (liem at any. Iiriee. Second ahoii .Man: Well. I gucsp we shall have In tiuii I hem over_ to the Roveruuieiil. -Life. _^ Uings: I suppusc; you are looking for an early peace. Newly ('omniisaioued Lieutenant: I should say nut It'll take me a year to break even with the rest of my uniforms.-Life. Hokus: ed. Pokus: tor me. EXCLUSIVE 1 like a Riri wiio is reserv- So do 1, if she is reserved IMImprovedillevelBnd Tractor 20 PER CENT. MORE POWER, WIDER TRACT, HYATT ROLLER BEARINGS THROUGHOUT. ACTUALLY DEVELOPS 18 HP. ON THE^DRAWBAR. The New Model Will Arrive This Week YOU MUST PUCE YOUR ORDER AT ONCE IF YOU WANT ONE FOR SPRING WORK. Graham Motor Co. Quaranteed to pull tWo 14ead 1M4, Intarmfdlate 2.2B, hi9h->3.4. Tl^t drgw^ bar pull on lov^ OMr Is'2700 lbs.,'Intarmediate 2^ Ib^.; hl�h gaWr 1300 lbs. For full partleiflaf* n* to dlmtnalont, ate., (gail iipbitr^ Reduced $325 00 Since Rejnoval of Du^y as-: THOMAS QUINIS LETHBRIPGE AGENT . ; The, tollowing Instructions iipp^^^to" the cases above mentioned:- . The "Preliminary Information Fori})'; Is to bo tilled out by tl^e appllSpriitf tn-J duplicate. These are to b,e.: piafke^if* at the top "Special." One copy iSitfp' be sent to the Soldier- SettlemeWt-Board," Otta.wa, accompanied by a letter explaining that It Is ^ case tor special treatment; the other copy Is to he sent to the Dominion Lands Agent w'ithin whose district the land affected is situated. The Agent will communicate in due course with tbe, applicant who must, when advised-to'dQi so,4ti^4 prepared to appeor. personally?'bett�>'� the Agent or Inspector, 6r as otherwise instructed, to make formal application tor a loan and turiilsh full particulars as to bis land, his requirernei^l^ fti^; spring seeding, the nature ot hlf,t.ltt'B* tull particulars as to encumbVatl'ons, etc., and as to his ability.to make a living on his farm and repay advances. It Is to bo noted that prompt action will -be facilitated by the applii;aut contining his present applicatioix i tiy''i itt Roller Bearing Co-,^ who Used' their own Governitient approved dynamometer for the work, the 'I NILSON 'JUNIOR prdved a sus-^ lained dravi/ baftpull of threc.j . ^.thousand pound.s. This is equal fbthree 14-Inch plow* in tOugh tlodfj'^ 3 V NILSON JUNIOR THREE PLOW, # ' ^ ...... ' .,. . , 1 "The Little'^ Thoroughbnd" .; NILSON SENIOR FOUR PLOW ' "The Couptry Gentleman Tractor" THEY BURN BOTH GASO: LINE OR KEROSENE. R. C. HENDERS, M.P.,. MacUonald, Manitoba, Delays caused by breakdowns of cHeatply made machines usually^ result in time and money losses far greater than the diffi^rence betWeisn th^ original cost of ^ "low priced trattor" and a high quality, conscience built machine. For this reason, durability means miich to a tractor. ' The Nilsoh, tractor is not ai) eijLper^^^t. It has prov-,,,ed itself by ii^e than four yean.qf hf^H Work through- ovi^ North America. Wherever it has gone it has madtf friends. , JThere are manyH features about the Nilson that are readily irecognizedaiftl appreciate^. Investigation proves that Nilson tractors are built on the right principal with the very best materials that go into the building of a tractor. The price is right; the j government is with you and has removed the duty on, tractors of this size making it possible to sell these ma-' chines at a much lower price. / \ ' ' Look these niakhines over. Public demonstrations will be made when frost leaves the ground. ' 4- 11 "'.�1 *1 W. F. HEIDEL Diltributor of Niison tractors Sbiitherr Alia. Repair Partp at UtUbridg^ and Calgary Lethbridg� 416 Fourth Ave. South _______\_�i�_Mij^i ,k ;