Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TES TlIK I SATURDAY, MAKCH OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Protest Against Sendirtg. Ontario Flax Seed to Western Provinces aur} parasites ihan thu 11 Iho pastured arc at all nortttal thti lambs should bu ready for In 'Wy using n lanftt creep FOR LEGUMES -r- (Experimtntal Farms ketetl at led Vra ike 'farm for the breeding and lastly a lusher price Is ob- J. a Ihvy require tho for planting. In- Dominion flax fibre.expert, is as ihsyr supply lust year in? Immediately to Ureai Britain, will! limited with the Uritlsh goveramoaii libra proJuoiIoa.' They also argue rues. the protest ol the western Ontario'.lam Uuj.imrkcUfor seed flax'which) Tlie plau of having llw lambs cojiie flai growers against iho proposal have Rained abroad duriug the after the iocsae, which Include clover and vetches, beans i to rasturo i they aro remarkable for their high u it res en-yielding sqiuUiLcs, as Iwins constantly associated-with bacteria, ir the soil. t' These living or ship to western Canada way be injured if unsatisfactory longer be tor general visible high mlcro- ot seed flax now si St. Joss, N. fl.isei-d grown from the Ontario M h wmiM !c 'L The is a'uorUon of the fce teat to western Canada. bushels ol western Ontario WeJ flas r Mr. Hutchftycn. on behalf of the j eject suitable buildings- and lamb ear- llving on the smaller jrootlftsiirf the legumes and produce thereon! Email'lumps or growers to from lamliiug time until new grass Is fhPIj iO a jmau purchftseiMait peiisoa by ihe British' Dominion support jlier. feedliif a good of hay nodules varying iu from yea, etc. greatly benefilted by its own pur licular strain of bacteria culture. When these bacteria are present soil, (experience be sent'to iveslern Canada for use j open market samples of various var-j conrtuwn lo put on the rnarhel. in eiperimsnls looking to the jiroJuc-1 ioties ot fibre obtained from different of a fibre flu ft-eJ ia thai part cflha ''Dominion. The'Ontaria growers are asking tor plants in Canida. In this way will secure information us ti> A ciiaerete example which growth is more vigorous, and earllei he quite clearly ihe advantages cJ ihe development place. These fa.c1 the j early lumb v.as showu tht past seisoa ors are important, in Caua-Ja. Will the bushels. They say vtices obtaincble and learn the quali- at tho ICxyerimeutal Station. Ktlh- ,_. Ibat I ties ot fibre required in Great Britain. 1 bridge. Alia. Karly in September from graile lambs, Jl alfalta, robust and early stands bare a better chance or rt'iisCug winto killing; aud in the case of School Fairs in Alberta o the culture mater'sl. ou which rp inttljous ol bacteria, -with some (d, geaerjiUy skhu milk. Thcu empty siod'ou to clean Uoor or clotb, nd tvtat'll with the fluid, thoroueh- the seeds, so ihut a (Ihu moifttiro vith Us bacteria nsav tick seed. The- teeds then to dry, out of illmt suullgbl. would kill tUe bacteria. When rjr, and on the same day as treated. he should bo sown and covered A cloudy day Is the beat for this Cultures may, bo obtained conr.aerc- from secdsmeu, s, at charges ur Agricultural raugtug from jiho flock c: _________ averaging S5 Bounds were (reports'from the Western Province sold to ilip local butcher at 15 cents jshow increased yields per acre from per pound. They were lambed atwut [tha use of nitronuUurcs. tho middle of-March in an open front Where a crop has once been i ._ .u_-. >___ 'ccssfuUy raised with nodules on the roots, the bacteria survives in the soil School Fairs have been conducted! In for three rears by the Department of Agriculture iti tv.Cifrctioa wiih the IX-pariruent o[ tauwlion. In order to introduce the to enable the yeop'e of the province to judge the valao1 of the School- Fair movement, the govern- ment has assumed the larger part the esjiense and worfc. Homo gardens and Sihcol Fairs have so far demon: land rain, and the mortality was Joss adopt'any method tiey desire lo raise I thaa 10r; These whtn weaned money. Lui, It is suggested, that that Hoard of each school participat- ing be asked to contribute a defiHiio nmounr. Ten dollars per school should be sufficient.- 5. itahe aH--.local arrangements necessary for-ihc success ol the Fair. Points to in Organizing and Cwiduplfng m School Fair I. The School Inspector should be for some time, and a subsetiueut cr6p trated; tkeir value that there is now! coasulted before- definite actioa is takeu toward, felectuig a group of demand from different of provincQ for the continuance ftnd of the work. Tb wort and serve the Tnaxiauim nuaiher.of districts it has "been necessary to make some changes in the plan. Tiro Important rhancts hare teen iirst, ,the Agricultural Schools hare been "giTEe direction of the wort ia their respecV Ive diilriets; second, the communities In which the Fairs are beisg held are to assame a greater parf of tie- expense and 4as iJ5 for a pair-___ 2..The Committee .which of ihe if sent the various 'eiisting tiona for tlie prornotfon of AgricuJ- has cbarg itole. repn re epre organiza- ture. discussing tbe jt might be advisable to Hold a at which there would be of the schools eon- cerned fofether, with as many of ihe 'teacirecB W If notice of this siren to the School o? ejfort head. la December a carload of May Iambs were purchased for a feeding experi- ment. 'There lambs averaged pounds uhd ihe market quotation, at lime was cents, giring tfeeiu a value of at, seven months. They wtiroavc lo bo fed for at least four months and with present prices of hay and an extra favorable price Vill hare to be obtained for them If a pro- Cit Is realized. the appropriate strain ot bacteria should be into 'the ground. This caa be done by transferring soil from ground .where that crop has succeeded, and scattering it broad- cast over the new This method is laborious and expensive, and be- cents upwards. The Farms the Cent al 'rirni, yrcpaies cultures tor red clover, beaiis, Euth bottle put up cqn lalos'sufficient material for the I real- of about sixty pounds of seed. and scltlera who wish to raise one of the above crops, will suonlied free, wiih a smalt quunlily lo assist IneatahHshhiK that crop In hew districts. The recipient Is request- ed at the same time to report results on n form sent with (he culture. Applications should be addressed to he Dominion Hotantst, Central Ex- perimental Farm. tho kind and Quantity of seed to be treat- ed. Loiters be mailed as early in tha season as possible, to avoid do- Uy. .______ AN INTERESTING TOO 'A French Canadian gentleman of high pomSoal rank told the writer the following story: To his son on service at Iho front ho-ssnl the photographs of his ily, Individual photce, be It noted, not groups. The-family consisted of eleven chll drenr the fallier and mother, the mo- hts body, tut cot tar. Not jfar, be- cause tba pictures broke tbe force ot thu bullet, ills physician t'oM the you us man Ihaf this family Lion undoubtedly his life. We lure heard of cases where Uiblo intervened to the tuuuo life- savins end, this Is the first case, we bc-tleve. where llie lovo of owes at homo worked I ha same cnt result. W havo often aiimlr- ivl the fecuuidity of this is surely but another argument against racu are life sav. T. T., fu .CauadUu Military Cazetto. STRIKE OF ftUlLMNG TRADES IN REGIKA v March ai'-vKour sUiVlng labor uelonS, ern, aud have fUlly too ot the Exchange for a Joint confer- with a view of the difdcvUte'i. A of the builders fuce will nest be ably Tuesday. sides often Introduces uadeairaWo t wccda and "the germs ot diseases. ther's father, and the six chlUIreh o IQ all, if Equally good results have been. ob- tained by using pure bacterial OUT arithmetic fail not. The'young offlctr carried all these in the left breast pocket of his tunic, lures. The method of procedure is ind-through them a bullet'penetrated RESOLUTION RE POLITICAL ACTION PASSED BY A. ANNUAL CONVEN- j TION JAN. 1919. organization has reach- i a state of'development in freedom been Ihe cast heretofore, Cfci couallion 1. liiroiigh the 'Schools 'of 'A tnre, send an organizer ani snperrlsor 2. Supply to tie pdpils parUripatins-- The aTerage the will be aiwnt ?S.OD inM ruction al circulars for and 'pins for 5- IB the Commit1 lee prepare- and print tho Prize Llst- S. Print Entryr-Forms, Entry Tags ud ftlze Cards for tfce Fairs. Grant Live Stock', prixee aleat' of per F.iirl s. iHuTk taral School at the earliest date con- returned to the .Agricul- that lists may be printed and distributed among the pupils before' the schools close. 6. It may be" advisable for the Com- nriiteD tp inteririew the local Bank Bankers1 Association prizes u of ihe Department ot Agriculture development demands 'that it should continue to Independent of any! class or; party, and free. from any Sec- 1 tional influence, to. the end that purely democratic and independent political action shall be promoted. Now therefore he it oils' Federal io atejSteps, looking organization of district fon they holding at least one Convention each is stationed the will ,ite! ,ol sochsdEsLricte, sUch able to get infonnztion anil to .continue irifere the ._ _ of the' 1. Seisct the schools to inciti'dea, sbonld ctmstst of from S to 25 schools. 2. Send to the School ol Aericulture at Cbresbolm 2 list of the schools irhjch are to be inclntfed. A form is prprided for this purpose. 3. Receive the .seeds and deliver tWni to represeatatires of tie schools- i. Raise the money necessary for prhes other lhan those provided by Department- The Committee! may byj apirficalion to him. S, The Forms, Riving lists of schools and information, regarding them, promptly to' the AETiciilinral School. As soon'as the days asitircumstaDceaimay: -require. 2" The Central U.F.'ArOffice shall retjuest of ten cent.; of in1 any reirtwr' what- ertr assistance It can 'in'calHng and st "of schools ,ia receirsd, Forms will j arranging for such Cohventfan.'' e aent to tte teachers on which they 3. The primary purpose of such ill make application- for the seeds cqcired by their pupils. This part the Vork roust be attended to romplty so as to Insure the delivery f the seeds before planting time: Address all letters to the principal, J- Agriculture, 're-Eholrni, Alfierta. EARLY VS. LATE LAMBS Where the sliceji industry is carried on under range contlUions'as n Southern Alberta, lambing is e rally delayed in the spring until tha ewes are first pasture, in order that tKe'ioiilt m'ay keep up. But under ordinary farm conditions early lambing is decidedly advantag- eous. True a little more care and at- lentfea at lamoicg lime are required and it to have quarters that afford protection from wind, snow and rtln. .These can be constructed at very :lofr Once a lamb fa day or two oW it la surprising the cold and bardsMp It will withstand The a fairly wel flashed Iamb weighing pounds tfith a reasonable amount of fat present to give Juiciness ami flavor to the meat.- Lambs which arc dropped about the 15th of March will be sufitde-nt ske and vfgor lo make Uie best 1133 of Ihe freah grass when turned out to thsy will be affected less by aammer Convention shall be'to ways and means of taking Independent tical action and seleetjng an indepea-J- ent candidate, ConVenMob may, lowever, and deal with any other diilrict-y.K.A. ja'alt'CM.- 4, Each Convention shall re' sponsible. for its candidate'In Iho fbanclhk and such iothing in (his reaolufton shall prevent any officer Provincial Organization giving hoj can when called up.; i'1 5. Men and he eli- ble to parliciijalo It: 'such Conven- tion with equal privileges.to.such ex lent as the law allows, The several district Conventions may malic through a joint committee through the Cen- tral" U. P. A: calling a Pro- vincial Convention when and for what- soever purpose they may deem neces- sary. Banking Service YOUR banldng requirements may be entrusted tp this Bank with every confidence 'that careful and efficient service Will' be -rendered. Our, facilities are entirely at your fTHEHCANADIAN BAMC COMMERCE BR.4NCH WARNER BRANCH MILJC RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, J. H.s: GORDON, J. V. WhenYbtiTravel, Even in Canada "carry your 'funds; in Travellers' issued by Merchants Bank. Personal .cheques are often refused. may be tost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, on the other hand, are cashed by banks; hotels, transportation companies and stores at their face values, and enable' you to raise ready money 't wherever y op happen to be. 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