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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 nre fmmmnGE DAILY HERALD, PACE RLEVKN tt NOT SAVE People's Forum Canadian Railway AwocUtion So Starts ttaa.on May 2 MONTREAL, March. York.js.Mg.iias already approved ot daylight _ _ will bo no federal action taken by tbe United States and under these dream- railways will carry on with the usual time, tho Canadian Hallway announced yes THE CANADIAN WHEAT IOARD Bdllor Herald. great deal In being said theso days about Iho actions ot the Canadian Wheat Board. Sometimes a farmer (eels that the Government has fixed the on thla product arbitrarily, depriving him of tho sport of ltd profiteer, and thon tho sraln um broker a-illsailvsm- tajc la iiud to throw the switch, and run his Itae of thought into nerr fieldB of endeavor. It Is generally admitted these (lays by most neoplo that man canogt live by bread alone; nevertheless, broad and older Where municipalities and dis- tricts' cnact'-the dtyllf hi sating lav pi-urlilon will be made whereby the vtllirays can alter their suburban f tme kchedulo to suit local needs. The hsaoolatton'B statement adds that .this be tho only concession mads to dayllfhl Elrinj by the Canadian nil- ways this vear. Montreal to Try it MONTHEAL, March ad- rninlslrativa commission of Montreal this morning decided to introduce day- light'saving on May 2. WINNIPEG TAILORS OF commodity, the pro- ducer thereof should always receive a fair price for It, the millers and muafMlurera ihould.be adequately paid for their and then there the oast of transportation and dis- tribution; all ol wblcb. spells real service, end a necesiary function bo- tweeu the producer and consumer. Thu Canadian people, through their Government, havu of this great commodity under control during a period ot great and when owing to scarcity, a corner might easily have been aftecled where by during the marketing period, the price to the producer would he ham- mered dorrji to the lowest possible level, and after the crop Ua'd been ab- sorbed by speculative. Interests, wh'at Hour and bread taken the same might bavo easily altitude towards a as that of our other big foot! commodity namely sugar. Unfortunately, the- latter IB not pro- duced to any great eitent in Cana and for Uiat reason neither the pro ducer or consumer can ver> ivell receive protection trom the Cnua dian Government. Let us hope thai the Canadian people, through their Government, will continue to eiercieo legitimate and wholesome control over tlic Dominion break-basket. P. Lund. While hastening to f.co a patient, Dr. J. B. Kldd.'ln London, was struck, in his by a freight engine at a and both hips were broken and'he was .other iris a seriously Lurt. From Cherry- Blossom Land the Japanese Give Good Example It- ia a pro- KENT FARMERS GET TILINQ DONE Bow liland, March 21, 1920. Editor Herald. of the 19th, "a lesson from Kent." In answer mlglit say that there is something not just right ahout tue statement, of. Archie Mc- Colg. He might no', tsnow, or it might bo changed since ton years ago, i do not know, hut 1 do know was done ten years ago lor I tilled n farm in Kent at that time. At the time 1 speak of, you just went ahead and liauled the tiles and.put them in the two or three men for week or 10 In ipriug to do the actual work of lug, and to cultivate between the trees ererr other week alter planting till middle ot July if an ordinary year, and If a dry one, every during the hot weather and to con- tinue till the end of July. This to bo none for 3 seasons. The Comnitialonera may refer the plan to a competent man in high standing in landscape work In the weat and In whom 75 can approve on both Thli to guarantee the city that the plan 1 submit' is correct iu principle and likely to assure them a good park when the work is completed. I wilt plant two or three groups ot trees as per tho plan and as tho con- dition of the ground permits. Tlic wst to the City per aero plant- ed will bo about JSO.OO for planting with the wases ot tbreo men and o team for two days In additiou, say ?100 per acre. Surely 5300.00 is not a great deal for the city o( brldge to risk in such an experiment. 1 will ash nothing (or my lima anil trouble till September 1021 when will eipect 52CO.OO nnd then only ot there are 75 per cent, of the trees alive ilnJ in good condition. In Sept. 1922 I will expect another and in Sept. 1923. when the agreement will terminate. Further, If those trees do not aver- age ft feet in height in Sept. 1323, I do not want any money and will cheer- fully refund the (200.00 I get In Iho prevlou! year. It the trees don't grow the first year I will ask nothing and the City will not a great deal out. The City of course to protect the plantation from damage by stock, fire or people. The trees will not he Irrigated or watered artificially in any way. They will bs truly dry farm grown and the reason 1 am making this niter, besides that helping out tho Clly in tlio matter of Henderson Park, Is to de- monstrate what really can be dono'oh dry land when trees are planted anil arranged according to the principles of forestry as applied to diy prairio conditions.' Worn your own editorials and those ot other papers it is very evident a feeling Is rising that the time has come when attention will have to be paid to tho planting of shelter Kits In earnest on our prairies, In order (6 keep our Eoiis from driiting i( for nothing'else. Thousands of farmers arc hesitating for want of information, and this ex- periment on the part of the city of Lethbrldge will go a- long ways to- wards settling some of their doubts. It will be peculiarly fitting that the that has ilnne so much ior the furthering of irrigation should also bo identified with solution of ono tho most pressing problems o( the dry farmer. To return to the park. I will use no ornamental shrubbery or standard trees. The ornamentals can bo added verb.of Cherry ground and just put a little dirt over Hlossom land "L that beauty of 18 co lira depend OD w o m a n 1 j it our Whit that mak men oftaa pxlo, afillow-faccd, until dark cir- under tha -j, anri very of tan old- iorty-fivo when they ohoulcl bo in thftit prime? Women tuf- fer in girlhood bacicncbc. Aim ulachw, fol- loired b'y irret- ulnriliea nnd as l rwult dl9ui3e3 of thfl womanly organ.' zioro common than any hut a phy- fician ia practice cuuid ONTARIO WOMEN TESTIFY Chatham, Out.: "Dr. Picrco'a nwdi- been used in my family at, hoina (Mpccially by my father Atid moifaer) over snoe I can r? member. They nlw.iys proved rery Through overwork I at Das lima became all run-down in health, nw on iho verge of ft complete nsrvoui breakdown. I ivcnt on ailing for about tno years, durfng Tthich time I suffered Ittribly. I look Dr. Fiorce's Favorite and it Imilt me up in cood health and cured mo of Iho ncrvouj condi- tion. I conddtrit an for tteliilracTilfl of MRS, CJIA3. T1TU3. Jr.. HR c' lace, then you called.the tile inspec- or, a man appointed by'the ment, anil he measured the depth of ha tile in the ground, the size of ite, the the'man's board, in act, everything oven to the hauling it tho tile, and recommended the loan and you went to Iho council and got he money.. All the cost at the llnio vas for the- inspector and for his work, Sovf you got that money at ler cent, spread over '20 years, so nnch each year, when you paid your so I think that the gorernmeul Bsteai ot paying }20 per acre paid .he whole thing over. But that is not all that they do down there. They will send you an engineer to make a blue print of your for you, telling you where to' GLOVES in Suede Mocha Washable Cape Any of Acme will please tta most diKerning. Their smart appear- ance.excellent fitting qualities and durabi- lity, are unsurpassed, Sold by liquid in cvcfyvrliere. ACRE VMU MONTREAL by (he City as occasio.ii serves in years to come, and "standard trees have'no plara in Henderson Park. They'art' [ill right in their'place hut are costly nnd maintain. Only seedling forest trees imd-'cul-' thiRs will ho used, and at the. rate of 2700 per acre. Winding drives, and walks among islands of limber is tho ideal arrange- ment for Henderson Park. These sol lii green grass, for grass will grow In the shelter ol the make n splendid beamy spot anO such a re: creation ground as is not surpassed in any pralria etly. As my plantations begin to show up, the Cily, say In two years or. so can go ahead and grade the roads anil prepare to continue the planting as indicated by the plan and so gradually complete the park. In the fourth year, walks may he cut and a few open spaces trimmed "p for SKUs tllc ln "lo ori8'- "al P'anlalions and the citizens -of arm for you. telling you where to r "i ml tho tile to Uie best advantage ''S beginning to o-you. You will see how this Jllc. .0 you. a great thing for you, as you can .ell where all the tiles are on the !arm, aud 1 also thinU that it vrould be s benefit to have an engineer lay out the farm ditches (or irrigation. Now, all tho cost the government engineer to the farmer was he liad to meet him at the depot, take him to the and board, him while there, and Ulio liini back to the train when through. Yoars truly, George Evans. intended. Vours very truly, Arcb. Jlit'dicll. AN OFFER WORTH.WHILE Coaidalc, ilftveh 23, 1S20. Editor Herald. have been ranch interested In your editorial on tlio perennial topic shall we do with Hender- son Part." Poor Henderson Park. Owned by tho for I don't know how many years, broken Ihrougb Iho mistaken zeal of somebody and now a whito ele- phant o( drifting soil and weeds. To one whu knows anything about parks and natural park planting on the dry prairie it is orldent