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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ,T�AGE TEN TIIK LKTIIBHinCE. DAILY HERALD SATURDAY,-MARCH 2, 1918 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Alberta's Agricultural Wealth Is filial S^iJ,,)j,, A;lit"i-i;i The provincial dep;;;-t;i:i'ii! iif jijiri'-iill Of crop yi�ld. livf sloe!, hih! o'.lu'r aside y umplo when plained hi rows. If the ordinary grain drill Is iijpiI nil thnt it is necessary to do Is to eloap the Intervening spouts and dilute the seed -Mviili some, cracked ,'Traln or with ooal | slack so that the panicles are about ! the same size as the alfalfa seeds. By mbilng one or two pam of the mini fiprinp Wheat ... .. . Winter Wheat....... Oats............. Barlev .......... Flax............. Bye............. Other Grain Crops . .. Hay............. Potatoes.......... Turnips.......... Carrots ............ Tons. Animals slaughtered a Dairy products Wool clip i '.'.OSivSSU ; o! Game and furs ....... Horticultural ......... Poultry and pre,(nets Total acres tgijim ill- Horses ... . Swine..... Sheep ..... Dairy cows . Calves ... Steers ..: Other cattle Bulls...... Acreage ut.ii!1 j.r.;'.T.ss; ihtsii. .".iVii-t.iW ! 2\4.7:>', ">1."*-!."*'. Vn i/eS4.03( 4!'2f..22t 4.1 nl'. S;tiT iT-l.iiiin 5 lS.il i)0 heard .what had haiipelied to hoard, and when �o realized that not- withstanding its record, hut one mull ..,,1, �.~ '"' !'","", i of the old "board was re-eiecuv.l and  fNl*fr,*? , " �* ^ho * realized too what that meant In the*, 'b ^,0 \ , ? P',M,,"JI 'a � �f co-uiatiity of effort: and. thai no mat-1 7 ft'V , Ik a l, 1�' '*h"" J F P\C�,A � iiotn ri.il> an inch to a-i inch npurt lit the row and ihey should not bo planted any deeper i],tin js abs.>lutoly necessary to have them covered, and under no ojuuirion over two inches deep, accomplish more than the hoard for i ^ Of U,e land .should be I17 did. but it is impossible for them Bible and Inoculation should not be neg-loctod. Sponktnrf Kenorally, In nil localities east of Mavleoil on the Crow's Nest branch and cant, of Qleichen both on the Btupress and main line otf the C. P. R. alfalfa will doubtless do better It: rows tliaWit would when sown broadcast. West and north of this area, where the rainfall ts a little heav-nw the alTaifa at'"thei'pivporrate of iier. " would probably ho better sow\n In the ordinary way at.#tho rate of 8 let- how good a man is It takes practically a year to set into harness, wo wore, to say the least appointed. The board for 1P1S 1 am sure hi 111 the ills-; will' flUll .Itllll mill.One tS i into.(Hip to accomplish as mtich as tli^y would have accomplished if a reasonable nutiiber of the old hoard should have been retained in office. The re-districtinir of the provhv? and the holdinp of district conventions won!d greatly safe-.s'iM-il the election of officials, and in this connection do >oi: not thin!: that fhe nomination of ... vi.e-prosident should originate mil \o throuph practically'the same eh tin-ii-1 as a resolution to he presented to tk-- convention? We shall have some-ifr; to say*on this in a later issue. same as~\vhen the alfulfa is planted in the ordinary way. Well sutamer-fitlhnved land should be used if pos- to 10 pounds or seed to the aero, but In those1 localities special care should be taken to get only hardy strains of seed. There is perhaps none better thai; the Grimm. y Examiner: allow is Central America divided? Pupil: By earthquakes. ---------1-----------------' ...........--i .K.'J IT...... Uli...... icrease. . 7 lS.olT ::ll>.237 27ti.fl|jti :'.2..:Siil ;;'i-':.j>:; tlti.iiTl 41.SH1 2 'i 1 .11N I . growing ALFALFA IN ROWS 1 -:\jiei iinental Pel a: r ureas in f Albi �:\,p .."om > e i f year is very Wkh grain it is different* f.y '.' :s possrble to {ret a :t?:r y N\>:o.) v .--.uthii.ist- '."id of HHy tile pround iK^-rrt:;::' or wi--h i: 1 in -i THE HEIDER 12-20 KEROSENE TRACTOR iii ae t0.ee .".i'.OO 75.00 1317 1916 %n>i.5.-.:. 2.21i.72S lti.2fi.'i.0e0 s.tr.s.ssii 7..")01..".2'il IS,.".00.1 ::.) 3.13S.575 --^-- J12.4.071.0SS 11S.09S.6S5 Increase ... ... v.................... $ 15,972.403 Total increase....... ................ 106.32S.707 PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Some Nuts to Crack by the U. F. A., by S. S. Dunham, Ex Vice-Pres.) . Last week the writer called the read- Trego, loya! and sincere though some-rs attention to some necessary 1 times a little erroneous in judgment: changes in our *oaf titution. and in-j that veritable encyclopaedia of Can-j timated that he would discuss the rea- adian affairs, pugnaciotis, a little hard 'sons in a later issue. : of restraint aud rather ambitious. Jim d'-v jea�.,n by sowing eft s urn me r-f allow. Storing of moisMire In the sub-soil by summer-fallowing is brjiigh: about b ypreventing all growth of ve,:c-taHoi! during the sunltner.-'anil eonsc i|iic-;it!y the moisture thai ia!ls fe-mains iu the soil or -ubsoil for the crop the following year. This maW ture together with what rain falls while the crop is growing insures some returns even though the seoson is quite dry. On the other hand with a hay crop which grows continuously any moisture, that falls during the summer or even in the early fall is used up by the growing crop and the subsoil becomes very dry and It the rainfall the following year :s light the crop, of necessity, must be light, in fact in many seasons a total f'.iihtre. To overcome this diificnity with alfalfa many farmers in recent years have planted the a'fa'.f.i in ri.v.-j tro-n three to three and a- h.iif feo; apart. The weeds and grass are kept cultivated from between the rews and a crop of hay even in the dries; year is obtained. The tonnage, of course, i-greater in a favorable season. In vety dry years :'.-4 of a ton to a ton to the Owing to the unsatisfactory division � Weir; that sincere high minded mod- - ,^ m^t ne / ! of the Province as adopted by the U.'est preacher farmer. Baker; and r�>r , '' ami in "or del. . F. A., the possibility of local gather- humble servant. On the directorate j n-mn 1 1?^ to - 1 toils litre lie 11 ires in the form of District Conven 'was Hamilton, highly educated, sin- i "�'u ' 1 - 10 - ' - *o�-- ' nortuern grown seed it voitr map and look at the Bow River.' to the core; Parlby can only be sin-- � "'s1' Pnce there is a (iistifci -ad-Slenicine Hat or the Macleod consti:- j pussed^by his ilkistrous wife who is ' vantage of planting it in rows, for uv uencies. Indeed it is easier for the! also ex-ofiico member of the execu- i stead of requiring > to 12 pound members of some of these Constituenc-j tive; and Ha!!, if you were to search ;_____ _ ________ ;es to set together at a poin' outside jthe entire membership you would not' as Letbbridge i.find a. man more devoted to the prin 01 i > "pVRRV back yard should be used for the cultivation of fruits and W* Vegetables"-says the Food Controller's Bulletin. Market Oa^ens ~ must be worked to capacity. But all this effort is wasted unless the seeds sown are capable of prodm-iny sturdy, vigorous plants. Plant Reuuie's War Garden Seeds uud insure a full crop ! Cabbage - pi=t- 'Aoz. Hot. Danish Summer Roundhead .10 .... .... Cauliflower Rennie's Danish Drouth-Resisting ..............IS 4.25 i 1.00 Oalery Paris Golden Yellow (Extra Select) ....................15 Onion i.kt. Reuuie's Extra Earlv Red .05 Radiah-Cooper'* Sparkler .05 Tomato-Market King.....10 01,1 x "> 0.90 2.75 1.85 3.5010.00 60 1.10 2.00 oe. Vlb. .35 1.00 .20 .65 .60 1.T5 .75 2.50 Reuuie's XXX Exhibition Mixture........ Sweet e>eae-Kennie's XXX Spencer Mixture,... Nasturtium-Rennie's XXX Chameleon Mixture. .10 StOCke-Rennie's XXX Large Flowering Globe Mixture......................................... .20 Rennie's Improved Beefsteak .10 �aney2�F rt>. 3.75 2.20 pvt. .25 .15 LOOK FOR THE STARS- Our T918 Catalogue should be in jrour'hnnd by now. It Is your patriotic duty tocounultit utievcry opportunity. Our Government Insist* we must produce mar*. Styt right, then, and be sure and sow good seed--RENNIE'S SEEDS. Look far the special star border bargains in our Catalog**-it will pay you to do so. , �'* \  *m ' -** Wl LI. I AaM JCC. MLd J^LHL 1JO LIMITED king & MARKET sts TORONTO ALSO AX MONTREAL WINNIPEC VANCOUVER The whole thing to power in a Tractor is "Bore and Stroke" in the motor. Buy a Tractor that is not over rated. ,Heider IZ^OJhas a 4^? by 6^4 Waukesha Motor and we guarantee our rating. Heider has 3]/? inch steel master gears and 4 inch cut steel pinions, hence "Power" and "Quality" and the Price is right. MART McMAHON ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE. 1211 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 496 ilie constituency such or Calgary%than within its own bord-lkiples of" lae"organizatfon"and with} ets. As a result there can be no prac- more practical judgment than Hall: ; i! Donah if* and Sloane are both able lical cooperation of the locals of thesu different constituencies except in the j directors; Spencer, young entiuslas" ' general convention. This certainly is | tie, sometimes requiring a'little curb-1' fundamentally .vrotig. I; the objects of Ing but usually right; Blore alwavs j our organization are to become effec- on the job no matter how difficult is ' live the locals of the different parts the task, and ready to follow his su- ! of the province must co-operate to- j periors .with utmost: enthusiasm- and gether, not. only in commercial deal-j Jim Miner, sometimes a little radical: matters looking toUut with a world of practical sen=e . ings but in other the general welfare of the local in-teresL ' j A Bad Effect Besides �this the present arrango-Truery has a bad effect on the selection of directors and other officials. Let us take the last convention as an example. The writer has a high regard for �be members of the different Board of directors with which he has been as-alpeiated in the V. F. A., but of all Utoaa board* the Board for 1917 stands VM bifhest In his estimation. During Jhe past years the writer has sat with associations of farmers, of lawyers, of teachers, of church folk and of palitic-'lans, but for ability and devotion to jtheir ideabv patriotism, loyalty to their rgaritatlcsn and their officials, the |�rritar bao never had the privilege of ,llttm*T In council with a finer class of �*m and women than the Board for 191X. We have pictures of all the .ftoaxea, and submissive to the opinion of the majority. It is not necessary for rne to . mention the two excellent ladies. Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Barrett, as we could not do them justice. Of all the Boards of the pa^t this board accomplished the most good and made the fewest mistakes. Let's see w-hat happened to them. Of the executive. Weir and the writer v.-ere traded for Leedy and Shepherd. So tar so good, at least so far as the- writer is concerned the exchange is obyidusly right artd we are well satisfied. We like liberty and we possibly can do as much good in the ranks as on the Board and can do it with less sacrifice ; to ourselres. You will'pardon us for ! quoting from the report-of one of the '� delegates -what he salt* to his local' about ourself. "when the convention pulled the harnesa off of Dunham and . turned him loose, as he started toward hot the board of 1917 hangs jthe herd you could hoar him nicker a 'aboT* the writer's desk. Lets take a i mile." Personally we-were glad to get j look at them. The executive was com! back to the "�""'�" *-- - Joaedf ot your illustrousi president: j spots "herd," and have no sore in that regard. ^Buf when we Government Bonds We offer all maturities of Victory Loan at 98% . anitiaccrued interest. Free from Taxes. Bonds may l.�e registered as to Principal. We can also supply you with,Provincial and Municipal Bonds. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. ^ \ HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA- MAKING A WILL! The disposition of his property, is of great importance to every man. He should ^appoint the most efficient Executor. The modern Executor is a Trust Company. A WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING. " J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD. MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, STLTTLER. A Ford Car Takes the Place of all These Things WHEN you own a Ford you can do away with many articles that are a source of continuous expense to the man who still drives a horse. For instance, not only your driving-horse �nd buggy, but the single harness,"blankets, *vhips,. currycombs, brushes, horse-shoes, pitch-forks, feed-bins, etc. In their place you have a sprpcly, dependable, dignified, roomy Ford Car-complete in itsejf. j c is vastly superior to the narrow, cramped buggy that travels eo slowly. And when a Ford is standing idle it does not eat three meals a day, and it requires no "looking after." A Ford will save you time, trouble, and money. It is the utility . car for the busy farmer and his family. ^- Moline Universal Tractor n IS ALL TRACTOR . IT PULLS-IT DOES NOT PUSH IT SAVES A HIRED MAN-A ONE MAN TRACTOR-A 24 HOUR HORSE TWO BREAKERS-THREE STUBBLE PLOWS Works all horse drawn Implements, with one man*only and that man ON THE IMPLEMENT. You don't need a revolving head with this. , 122 11TK AVENUE WEST, CALGARY. General Supplies Limited AGENTS WANTED FOR ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE S!R EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O..-LLD., D.CL, President H. V. F. JONES, Asi't Gcn'l. Manager SIR JOHN AIRD. General Man�Mt V. C. BROWN, Sup't of Central Weitern Branches Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 $ Reserve Fund. . $13,500,000 A GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited In our Savings department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed for immediate purposes? '  wow Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr^ Ford Garage. Dealers A. P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer THE UNIVERSAL CAR Runabout - - - - $575 Touring - - - - 595 Coupe...... 770 Sedan......970 One-Ton Truck -' 750 F.O.B. FORD, ONT. Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond When win Ton Save If yea don't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt increase, so vill yourexpenses-and many find that the latter more than keep, pace with the former. Now is the time to start a Reserve Fund -and the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada ts the place to keep it. Deposit the extra you have on hand now-you can open an account Vlth, any sum, down to one dollar-and draw interest oa It LETHBRIDGE BRANCH * - - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH   . BARONS BRANCH .... F. V. Cavers, Manager J. Blackwood, Manager HB THE STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HEAD Office - TORONTO 1ST D 1S73 J..G. SCOTT, Manager, G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, .  D. A. CURRIE, Accountant-in-Charge, This Bank offers every facility in the conduct of accounts, of manufacturers, farmers and merchants. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT at every Branch. 235 13th St. North. 4th Avenue South.  fc Coalhurit. ;