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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, march 4, 1916 tTTt,eth nnt.n ne n a tr, y her a t.d page five IIBEB CANADIAN HAS ARRIVED A limited number only available for this territory. We are already booking orders-get your name on the List early. Owing to the quantity being limited it will have to be "first come, first served." Shock-Absorbing Duplex front springs, rear Springs very long and ^re of the Cantilever Suspension type. The easiest riding car for its size in the world. A Car with all the modern conveniences-electric starter, electric lights, selective type transmission, 3 speeds forward and reverse, speedometer, ameter, crown tenders, mohair top, etc. Different from ordinary valve in head motors. Produces more power for its size and weight than any other motor iii the world. Price $7SO Lethbridge (^^J LTD Phone 372 P.O. Box 85 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA General Agents and Distributors for Southern Alberta and East to Sask. EFFICIENT FARMING METHODS How Seager Wheeler, Rosthcrn, Sask. Haivested Large Grain Crops in ' 191'1-a Year of Drought Tlie year or l'.)]4 wiis one ot drought Of vuryins ilep;ri'e ovur thu greater sential to juovlilc heat, air and niois- , danger that sacii sown early may i ^ jiortion or the Provhu'O ot Saskalche- tyro, and those must he in the rl^ht rot and die if aowu directly on the the wan. Wiiilu tlie Hosthern -______________ when used in Ks proper plafe and ut " I the proper time. notabl(\ success as a grain grower, as grov.-th is excessive at the expense There are difierent styles of pack-I written by himself in The Grain of tlio root system, and tlie plant does ora and eacii has its place on the .Crowers' G.uide. not stool so fVeoly or grow as strong- farm-the suii-surface packer for the The Soil ' ly and vliiorously as in the case of plowing, the surface iiackor "for the rieforc! seed will germinate, grow seed sown early in the season. seed. As lew farmers can purchase [and develop into a strong, liealtliy, Harrow Before Seeding - It the both kinds, the suriace packer is the vigorous, productive plant it is es- spring is wet and cold, however, there most convenient to have, A packer is useful in packing down the furrow slice after i^lowing, but it Z^^"^'^^^to:;^^^'\:^tZ --e^Vn-uil-orthe., esse^^^^ m^Vi^^i^w^-^and"^"l^^t ^^'^^e^^^f ^U^cJ^Hn mT';^:^:^: two inche" Of rain fell from Ma 'l':!^!.!.^!'.'^ = _ ....., �>"nciently aired to bring about the uons is doing the right thing In the nlte �we th ed "one eral seasons. Wheat sen.iuyers, is put ni) In booklet form. At i grain grower In Western Canada, ins and just before tho seeder goes this olllce we are receiving questions Another suppestion that we would on tiie land the plank drag should be almost daily that could be answered make Is that the board ot grain cora-used to make a level seed bed. The imniedl;itely by any person who pos-, missioners should collect In pamphlet seeder follows immediately after; isessed those documents. Bvery one then the packer; then the harrow. | of these publications is free tor the Harrow again as soon as the points of i asking. We would suggest that the the grain are showing above the ' is (lien too much for the crop that ^lallow because tharo tliaf a li.ctht ofop will bo the result. of tho car-order book, stand exactly the law in regard to . car distribution and in regard to the J rights of tho elevator operator and | tho rights, of the shipper. So far a� ; I tho grain trade Is couceniod the � FARMS FOR RENT The luulcrsignoHl have the follwoingpropr-� ertie.s for rent and solicit correspondence regarding same:- N. W. i/i 7-ll-20-4th, 110 acres broken. Fair buildings. All fenced with 3 wires. E. 1/2 14-ll-22-4th, 86 acres broken. Good buildings. All fenced. ^ S. W. 9-12-21-4th. buildings. S. E. 4-10-37"4th, 85 acres broken, buildings ' All fenced. ' Goo^ Good Fall plowed lands, oven it worked : Canada Grain Act is in rmility the j down In the tall and ready to sow, 1 farmer's "Hill of '.lights," Other pub-i Hho,uUl bo harrowed early in .the | lications that grain growers should | FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO The Trusts & Guarantee Company, Limiled CALGARY OR LETHBRIDGE ''Am ;