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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBE IF YOU HAVE ANY FfiGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CAN SELL New Variety of Corn Produced Which Will Play a Large Part in Development of South Alberta Trof. Cutler Macleod were at Weed Train About Howes' Alberta Hint I ______________ (By a staff Keporlcrl MACLEOD. March Is dcs- i tineii'to pluy an culareiiiK part. thc future ajrk'uliiu-s! pdlcir-s AlVrta." declared Prof. G. H. Cutler, j lieatl of the asi-3r.o3iy department tho collect' of aprnculuiro of the Cnl- 1 ;i.rjrVl Yersity of Alberia, in the of an j for Kdilrcss this moi'r.inj before sn and- i Jcnco of (wo hundred farmers In nt- 1 'p-o-'i tendance at the meeting hold In con- 1 ;ou 'it nice-turn with tho Iiilevm-ovinclal V.'eeJ I jf I pk-asrtl to soe vein, lie the excellence i'.iir bni. ii> They would do 10 much, hirser. to the (ibji'ct of thc weed Uie deputy showed that v v.-itli I ho '.vent men-! I'iil.'' th? to- of their) (ho fulm-e sys- havi? developed a now of corn called Alhorta I'Di-.i. It is peculiarly adapted tn Alberta. ini? exceedingly lia-.-dy and early. has vipencJ ;if. Fort 00-) miles north of here. so it is cer- tain to do -well in Southern Aiberdt. Supt. Fairfle'a'.. who has tried it sue- at Ijetbbridge. -pronounces i: tho most promising variety be purnucd. lie- i I'i'il'S picture oC the: l.y I he memorable: r-1' .lime and' the de-; te-i in tho heans of- said ho conditions hud of confidence and LI.-- -In the air. It was spirit that wins.; The'ael-fiipe crjii nut only in the f-oiith coidilry. but m the entire prov- ince, he ni'.itcrlnlly out down this season. This is well, in the ion of Mr. t'raltr. Livestock must be. farms iu larger r.um- raco crops, winter rye "The university has enough seed of I Uni1 wore recommended. Silo- thla corn to distribute a small quantity I building was a JvocatocI with tho sun-1 to individual farmers. Applications flowcr- js principal ensilage. This i'ov samples should b.3 made to the veav wm t.ee building: of many college of afiricuHuro, said Prof. Cutler. Tho Macleod1 meeting was well at- tended and the interest was of an intelligent nature. H. A. Craig. deputy minister of agriculture, again joined tho party at JIaclooJ, taking Eman silos throughout the province.! averred .Mr. Craig. Thp expense of h.-n-venting: sunflowers may bo reduc- buying a community corn binder. I to- ld he] g. I If ten farmers clubbed in the expense oil each woul over the supervision, of tho program of tho train. His opening address was of a most TO VTThril Mftntlcn "This means more diversified farm- A few dairy cattle, a brood a flouk of chickens. Take chickens for instance. 1 was reading a story from Kansas the other day that, illustrates the value of poultry on the farm. A farmer took a load of corn and a crate TO" furnished bedrooms, lot eggs to market. Tho com sold for close in. block from car line. Apply fi25 Tth Street S. Phone ,13215. of the series. His argument was and tho eggs for Prof, Cutler Prof. Cutler's address on "Crap Pro- duction" was one of the most Instruc- _ __ Ithat we I A.N'U respectable HiRrfifnri per week. Applv can't change the climate, wo must change our system young men. tn.OO per week. App v, to mect thc Of the weather ]C07_ Srtl Ajrc. j man_ Thn of-Ji, uncertain rain- light house- fan amt Ot ti10 dryins winds Also There was an who lived in a shoe rda 8c per 4k (count S wo j to a Six insertions for thc price of four. Minimum price 25c. i Must be. paid in advance., 11 You don't suppose she lived in a shoe by choice, do you? V She lived on her "uppers" because she couldn't find any other place to live. Salway Hair li-.i, Alia. SPiRELLA COftSETIERE For Appointmerjts Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St, I-'RlSlv PBRSON'AL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regardiui! Viavi Remedies. Lctilbridga Vlavi On. Mrs. V. llunck. Phono 1SSS. 027 Stb St. S. -12-26 OSTKPAT1I1C J. E. l-IORXINO. OSTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-1S-20 Sherlock Bids. Hours and bjf appointraertt Phono DANCE MUSIC Tl-Ai CHEEitlU VRfliUAXS OR- chestra can Eupply the music for any style o" dance. Phone 13-U. MATERNITY XURSIXG PRIVATE HOSPITALS Till-; VAX riAARLKM Private Hos- pital. 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldfe: Phone I'd. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- "tisnts. Private and semi-prlraU rooms. Rates S30.00. and JS'i week. Write for information to Mrs. M. 1-1 Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. Experienced Maternity Nurse lias pri- vate room for ladies pending and during aecouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Sclby 12th St. X. MUSIC MISS AILBKN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho examinations of thc Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. i larsely overcome planting our j which is suite', with gas. Also large tloepinj room. Apply 313 5th Ave. S. i siimiMerfallow to grass, corn or some mun fallow has proven to he as satisfac- tory in "every Svay aa tnD bare suni- merfallow, anil tho. dangor from soil addition of several loads ot rich black loam, in front, where lawns will be planted wlicu spring really opens. This work is being done gratis by the carpenters and teamsters who have could lieon laboring for past four days' evidence of the com- TO Furnished room, suitable for two, all modern conveniences; hosnl if desired. Apply 418 9th Street South. _ Phono 519. 6 TO niontmTfrom end of March, furnished sii roomed house, south side, fully modern, nice garden. jinraec. Rent Phone 1972. 66 ij Br'ght Kontlcman preferred. Central j loca- tion, all modern conveniences. Apply 429 13th Street South. Plioue 539. 6G-ti LOST AND FOUND reward for informa- tVmight the Raymond Dramatic Co. will present "The House Next Door" at tho Gem thoatfla. -It begins to look as if spring had driftir-s is arrived, not only from the appearance Corn a aucceit weatllel. but everj-whore you The growing ot cnra m Alberta WM i gee the pl.eparlng for tUolr a success, declared Prof. Cutler. The, work-oiling harness, mendiiiB experimental stage has iiassed. Corn j thcn) gettiuE repair3i aiui generally la one ot the very best crops wo have 1 wheat produced on corn laud exhibiting Aoiother and yields surprisingly high. ,Corn made a choice silage crop, also. Winter ryo was'becoming more and more popular. It checks blowing as it puts fibre and organic matter cppn HPT IFl? the soil. The market for winter rye SEED RELIEt feeling of "get ready." death In Cardston took place this week, when the grandchild of Mr. Fred Nielsou succumbed to au attack of measles. {By a Staff f RKTLAW, Mar. im- provements are planned for the Ret- law hotel by the new proprietor, C. La rtossie. A cafe will opened, also a buffet, la the next month. Rr. Rossiu Is conductuig a high 'class house and appreciation is indicated by his rapidjy expanding business. Jhe hotel has been refurnished and renovated throughout. is a ready and permanent one. There i always a steady dema.nd for good lending to recovery of a flock ofjrj-e. The growing of Macaroni or 31. C. Rhode Island hens. Phone wheat was discouraged. There was no stable market. ASKED IN EUREKA tiro and rim, Sunday. Owner may have same by calling at Herald office and paying for this adv. Near Wilson's grocery stare lady's heavy kid glove (tan) for the left hand. Owner may have same by calling at Herald_offlce. _ old mully steer. wh'te with red head, unhranded; reward. Wallace Bartlett, Barmvell, Phone R5W_Taber, Alta. _ mCoi-uiaiioii lead- Sng to recovery of Ford car, engine nnd Eerial No. 3 26482. 1920 Alberta licenso Xo. S137C. fiay Ayers, Taoev. with the (lour 'was Prof. Cutler's .advice. (Bi- a Staff Reporter i I GRASSY LAKE, liar. staylinade today at tha oflice of tho -Mun- icipal District of Eureka regarding tho number of applications for relief Addresses were alsn made by H. II. j of seed and feed revealed Strickland, Prof. Bedford, E. II. Shirk tlle information that none thus far and G. M. Stewart of Calgary, repre- beell received. There may hu sentative of the Dominion seed somo number will be large, branch. j according to officials ol the raunici- pality. Eureka Municipal District is one the most prosperous in the province. Its financial standing iH said to he in better shape than any other rural municipality in the province. a thriving business. "You see, my faith Jlore particularly is this the case in Southern Alberta has not diminish- he remarked to the Herald man yesterday. The garage will open for business iu about two or three weeks. RETLAW'S HOTEL TO BE IMPROVED GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you over realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight Hie more erious it will affect your future health when there is much German tonnage! mid efliciency? Xearsightedness is offered for sale on behalf ot the BOV- j terrible affliction, which can be rem- ernmcnt. The depression in with tho right kind glasses. MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils propared for the Toronto Conservatory ut Music exams it desired. spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 BIRTHDAY PART-VAT MICHEL can best he measured by tho length j of time it is taking the ministry of' shipping to dispose of this tonnage, especially when it H borne in mind that these vessels are obtained at half or one-third of what it costs to build new ships. Shipping and ship- building have out-stripped the needs of commerce. G. T. R. EARNINGS MONTREAL. March Trunk Railway earnings for the per- iod ended February 28 were 819; last year a decrease of J. M. HENDERSON, Cara Wright's Jewelry Store. THE. in French dry cleaning. We aro tho oldest cleaners In the city. Wo use the genuine French pyatem, irhich rov. era every spot and eliminates im- Bible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. S24 6th Street South. Phons 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS fFroin Onr Own Corregpondentl SI1CHEU B. C., Mar. Feb- ruary 28th a birthday party .and dance was held 'in Michel'hall iu honor of! 3Ir. Horace Gullett's.twenty-first birtli-j day ami prior to his departure to hie] ranch on the prairie. About one bund-1 red and fifty people enjoyed the j dauce and good eats provided and Mr. Gullett was the recipient of many useful gifts and also well wishs of all H present. i___ Smoke All the rich aroma of the best Virginia leaf Shipbuilding Outstrips Needs of Commerce; No j New Contracts Coming! F. H. WltKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 5th St. S. Oppca'ta the Empresi Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 GUNSMITHS barrels stiaiglitencd, guns restock- ed, gun TrorU done by a keya made, locks repaired, bicycles. phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mower) sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1031. CtS Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING___________ WELLINGTON Dacorv tors, Paperhangers pnd Painters: Kalsominlns, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrldge. Res. phone 1472; ofTiM Phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., LetV bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating atio Paperhanglng. Phone 890. 611 8th Avenue South. 117.4 _ T [rray mare, branded on left Iv Apply Ccorge Oe' Jjoiivery, I.ethbrirtsp. li'OiCO" between "Bank ot .won- trc.il and O'iver building, on Tuesday !iL 11. SO a.m. Finder will Ulutlh-- re- turn to Mrs. E. Elliott, 1614 7th Ave. couth. HI 510.00 l-'or Inforniatioii leading to recovery ot 1 year year old bay gaming branded on loft should- LO.XUOX, March luiost twenty j per cent, of tho .shipbuilding berths in England aro vacant, writes a cor- NEW GARAGE IN respondent of thc Horning and PI> ACtIV T iKV1 n shipbtiilders have no contracts on __ GRASSY LAKE IS KAHD- for smps to built 1 Jjl liUUMliSb Ur las the ships under construction are Figures Given On Tnternationulj Weed Special Are j GRASSY LAKH, Mar. in the last 12 months twice as many prosress is being made on the new! orders havo been cancelled as have '.Rintr imiil- hv s.ininel flilison. i been niaceu. remain at the existing high level there is no chance of Brit- Astounding garage being built by Samuel Gibson, been piaceii. to have one of tho "While costs (By a Staff Reporter) MACLEOD. Mar. aston- isliins figures showing the enoimous proportions of the weed menace iu Western Canada arc being submitted K. M. Shirk, representative of the i Mr. Gibson hopes best small garages in the south coun- PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN Q. FARRIS Suite i. Block. Phone L. Copeland E. R. Phons 1003. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglnt a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. South. DAVTD8ON DECORATOR CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Black. Phones 711 and 1066. Established 1909 Thlrty-Sre years' experieccs In Exterior and Interior, Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phono 1104 BOILER REPAIRING! WELDING X. KUTI1. PITOME TS2 Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. or and left thigh. Wire cut on I Saskatchewan iJeiHirtment of. ture, in his addresses before the t'arm-i ors visiting the Intel-provincial Weed; Train. Throughout the tour, Mr. Shirk j who has lor years led iu the fight on noxious weeds in his province, has shown up tho gravity of tho weed sit-: nation iu tho agricultural Ufa ot prairie provinces. They aro called j robbers by Mr. Shirk, and their booty means a loss of millions of dollars to the fanners annually. iront'fool. Wui. Jilkin, Taber, Alta. REWARD For information leading to recovery of black mare, coming 4 years hrandod on right thijfh. II. 1'. .Addy, Tahcr, on section 1-9-17. ____ try. Centrally located and with a com- ish shipbuilders getting new orders !u pleto equipment he ought to build tho writer says. j Industry of the Soil M 4f IE resource.' essentti! ele of tliia Banlc arc AH' cment in tKe Dominion's fundimentil of the soil. black mare, whit? facy and white hind less, weight about 1200 Ibs., has wire cut above left front Jioof, branded on right jaw; reward for Information leading to recovery, .1. For 55 years we ha the interests of agri promoting The figures used by Mr. Shirk aro those taken from the government statement shnwius the amount of] 'lockage cleaned from grain unloaded! at Fort William aud Port Arthur for; Bensh: 2115 5th Avenue the three last crop years. The state-! Today, our-co-operation ia being util- ized fromtcoftst to coast in an endeav- or to the output of the fields. THE FLAME THAT GETS RESULTS is the uxy-acteyle.nc wielded liy us in a way that produces the finest and strongest welding. can weld any- thing and everything in hard temper- ed steel or other I. No use cast- ing metals into the juuk pile when welding will save it. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Opposite Lethbridgc Hotel. Blectrlo Light and Power Contractors Phono 1332 Veterans'in Canada, Unit No. 34. Veterans desirous of joining the abova association, can obtain in- formation 'and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Boi No. 6, Lethbriiigc. PHOTOGRAPHER I! M; j 409 5th St. S. i Lethhridge Farm Lighting a Specialty i Contractors for Electrical Wort ofj Cardston Temple j DORIS "I. R. Commercial Pho-' tographer. developing, printing. home-portraiture, etc. 1214 Third Avenue South. PUBLCATIONS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Ueserct Newrs Agent. ment follows: Wheat, total dockage. 281.000 His.; Ibs.; Ibs. Oats, total dockaso, Oil! Ibs.: 1919-20 Ibs. i Uarlcy. total dockage, Nanton, Alberta, insoh- jb9.'. Out3; I Illl9.20-5.323.70t Ills. Fl'tix, total dockage, S-10 liis.; Ibs.; 1919- Ibs. "THE BANKRUPTCY ACT" 3li tho matter of tho Estate of LEM i HAM anil LOW ON (KXCKI.KIOH I Xantou. Alberta, Inaolv-; Tenders are solicited for tho res- taurant equipment, room furnishings, confectionery, of tha Ex- Cafe, Nanton. Au inventory of tho above may ho seen at. thc ofllc-o oC thc Imperial Canadian Trust Com- pany, 227 8th Avcnuo Calgary, or at the Office of A. McGIIl, Bar- rister, Nanton, Alberto. Tenders must lie fonvardeil to tlio 'undersigned not later than tho 1-th OL March, Hist. Dated at Calgary the 1st day of March A.D. 11121. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, Aaslgnea. B f E. E. Campbell, Manager. Jlyo, total dockage, IIA.; ISlS-lii, Itaa.; Iba. Totali ilonkopo, Iba.; Ibs.; Iba. COMMUNITY SPIRIT GROWS IN CARbSTON (From Our Own Oorw.npondcnt) CARDSTON, Mir. new sec- ond ward chapel IB receiving an added attractlvenena this week In the form a acat