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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta L �a SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1918 Till: LETIIBRIDCR DAILY HERALTJ PAGE NINp . PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Some Nuts to Crack by the U. F. A., �iy 3- P- Dnnhfiin, Ex Vlce-Prea.) i Lnst week wo called attention to the impossibility oC Hatfsfiietory co-op"rit-llon of ihtt U. K. A.\s in ilistvir-t con-vtmUon with out* prcHont division of the province us laid out by the federal. lonstUueiKjieH, and allowed also Uow this plan has worked out in the election of directors, and closed by intirn-atlnB that Homo chauges ore also nec-esHary In tUo election ot tbe executive. We first wish to call the attention of the reader Vo the difference in the qualifications that are required to ma^ke good members of the executive. Ah heretofore pointed out the principal duties of the director are more or less local. He should be u Rood 'organizer, and should know how to tell the different loeala bow to. buy and sell co-operatively to (he beat advantage, lie should be able, to itn-j press upon, the memhora of the different locals the great advantage that Miey can secure by organization arid co-operation. He should be the nied; ium between the people oE his district and the central office to bring to b�ar upon the central office and the executive the peculiar wants of the district in which lie lives. The organization cannot afford to underestimate the importance �f the office of district, director, and should endeavor to make, , him' the head of the local activities of the district over which he presides. Hip allegiance is to that district; and within scope of his constituency, he is the supremo official especially pertaining to organization and local work. Now the duties and qualifications of the executive �r and $5.50, according to the distance noccrtsury to travel with the outfits. The reason for Ihe increase in the price is, of course, obvious. Prices of all repairs have increased tremendously. Prices of food have, as evoryone knows, also soared, and the cost of running an outfit fs therefore considerably enhanced. ALL TRACTORS can pull operate belt machinery, should interest you most over the ground tractor that one most profitable to operate. -THIS SUGGESTS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION, WEIGHT, DRAW BAR POWER, SPEED, TRACTION, RE- PAIR BILLS, LOSS OF TIME DUE TO BREAK DOWNS IN BUSY SEASONS, COMFORT ATOR, ETC. THE OPER- 4� Congress has passed a measure authorizing the deportation of eligible aliens who are unwilling to be drafted, or their utilization on war work. that the practice in the preferential vote "commonly called plumping'1 should be guarded against. (To be continued). r i � NILSON JUNIOR Plow GASOLINE KEROSENE Duty Free 1 H mar v -f > iV NILSON SENIOR 4 Plow i r They burn botb Gasoline or Kerosene unior Tractor For Better Gardens C EVBRY backyard should be used for the cultivation of fruits and vegetables" *" " < t * t 0.90 i- - ivs the Food Controller's Bulletin. Market Gardens must be worked to capacity. But all this effort is wasted unless the seeds sown sre. capable of producing sturdy, vigorou^ plants. Plant Kjenuie'a Wat Garden Seeds and insure a full crop ! Danish Summer Roundhead .10 .... Cauliflower Rennie'6 HDanish Drouth-Resisting..............1$ft.2S 1.00 1.35 3.50 1000 Calory Paris Golden Yellow (Extra Select)....................15 Onion rkt. Rennie's Extra Early Red .05 flatfish--Cooper's Sparkler .05 Tomato-^Market King.....10 Rennie's Improved Beefsteak .10 Pansy- Rennie's XXX Exhibition Mixture.........26 Bwmmt Feasi-Rconie'* XXX Spencer Mixture ,15 Nasturtium-Rennie's XXX Chameleon Mixture. ,10 Stocks-Rennie's XXX Large Flowering Globe Aixture......................................... ,20 (3 plow). Weight 4300 lbs. No dead weight to drag around and waste your gasoline or kerosene. It has a draw-bar power of three. thousan official test by the Hyatt Roller Bearing Co.) Compare that with other machines of its weights. Speed: It pulls your plows or loads at from 2Ya HYATT ROLLER BEARINGS arc used through- out. Transmission gears are high grade steel cut and tempered running in oil. Thc gear case is absolutely dust proof. All this means low up keep, long life and the min- r r 2 miles per depending upon soil condi- imum loss of time for repairs during busy seasons. tions. .60 1.10 2.00 of. K IVj. .35 1.00 .20 .65 .60 1.75 .75 2.50 Nilsojx Tractors are easy to operate, comfortable leels prevents to ride on, spring mounted front and rear, easy steer-unnecessary packing of newly plowed ground and imj, only one wheel (front) in furrow, making it self- sur rive affords the maximum of grip for traction. Nilson Tractors are 95% all steel tractors, qven cylinders of the famous WAUKESHA HEAVY DUTY TRACTOR MOTOR are semi steel. steering during plowing. All this" means comfort and makes the hard, long working days seem shorter. son owners have less trouble keeping help because the boys like to drive Nilson tractors. LOOK FOR THE STARS Our IMS Catalogue should be in your hand by now* It is your patriotic duty to consult it at every, oppo^111"*?- O^r Government fnsfst� we must pro-duce. ifi�n.~ Start righMhen. and be sure and sow good seed-RENNIE'S SCC09. !