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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETIIHRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. MARCH M. 1931 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER! U. S. Reclamation Service Has Expended In Irrigation hi 18 Years; Value of Crops Produced On Irrigated Area in 1919 Alone Was Over SISOj THE POSITION OF SWEET CLOVER IN PRAIRIE AGRICULTURE il'IxiJerhuental I'aima Note. The need of a leguminous crop in I prairio agriculture hccoilllllK more apparent us each year by. The soil that, requlr- no iercllizatiou is ,-ivlne place to valuation of necessity of a that crop under unfavorable condl lions and its seed ahllil" In nfti'i- all In favor an It nuui'M a fair of clicapiiesn of Hec.d, where the ilimculty ot all- alfn r.ei'il lunkes It dear. 'Ihcn it i' found that llioueh "lock may nol Jlko It at llrut they soon become, used lo il and cinlti! fond of it and al- though Hie plants arc course if they are handled properly a valuable, qual- ity of fodder i an I.e made. Conse- quently sweet clover has made for it- self some very enthusiastic tuifliort- crs in Western Canada and oven thoso Engineering News Record Gives Review of Irrigation At- tainments in U.S. Showing How Construction Costs Are Repaid By Enormous Increase in Production. The KnginorrinB Xews yieconl in semi-arid liy recent issue gives an account ihoUion tin-vice since J'.i achievements the ct llic Jtcclaraation Scrvi.-e from its tion act. is strikingly by-. va tion in .lur.0 ll'i'i up to Juno 30. IVTO. J tho statistics the report of Salt the of the interior for t1 V.S. I'eclania- [i? 17. 19'JL'. the of the rcrlamu the balance is an ainoift fi-otji approximately seired water Act from the vci Projects alreudy prise iiltiinat: only a row years IIRH. were very ..im.uulfill of Its IIIMU? but :i J, i are now mlinUtinR its value. Kor nai sui a vvni as a pion- y for or valuable clover, but of tin1 YVe.-st w eer iireparinr. ti some other in.ire inn doubt in nia l- Ul for p During this ivrinf! of s yc.v. reclamation service eipenje.1 about i-'i surveys ai-i cunstruc- tion work in tho Eemi-arld rssions in the middle The of tbis sura, about represonts the proceeds of the sale of putiiio lands in the States to which the tion applies, while the remainder con- sists chiefly of a grant of in the form of a loan to the reclama- tion service, to be repaid throughout a term of years. The criticism has sometimes been made in Canada that the federal gov- ernment has spent and is spending a very large sum of money in surveys for the development of irrigation in Alberta, and Saskatchewan, without receiving, any return for the money so expended. It has even been said that such expenditures are on a far larger scale than in any other known conntry, including the United States. Thoie -who make suck statements, overlook the basic fact that while the U.S. government makes no direct appropriation, for such surveys and construction other than the also loaned, all the funds lU'i1. .H the will bo greatly U t'u" ajv.'.utase ot .pr.iirii: ai.rirliltliro. I C. McK'ilHean. SlllK-rintenrient, [1 Kxpoi-lnu'lllill Farm. Hrandou. .Man. j used by the reclamation from the. proceeds of the sale of lands. In ctaer words, they all out of '.he federal treasury In exactly the r.ume manner as in Can- ada. There is however, ot course, this difference, that in ths United States, (.'LARESIIOLM LOCALS ll'roni Our Own corwHpom'mil) nuc- lion aiiln of liorten that WIIH to Imve lichl on Snliirclsy limt luia imxlponml until Muruh Ulith, on no I'oiinl of thu storm. Tliean horaea dm tliu property at Mm. K. I'luiBK of (Jraiuiiu :uul consist of 43 ht'llll (if fair- ly Kooil Mi1. A. HalUclay. former utTOuntunt ot thi) Hunk of rummorcn at Clares- 'holm, tax lull for Scotland on u vlsll. Tin" piuertuimneiii. supper and ilanci' glv.'ii under1 tile auspices of tho lodtfo of Olaresliolm on Mar. ITtli. was a siHTBss. All enjoy- t'd tl'.omsplves ami tho K.P.'s should cninpllincntcd ou the iminmir In svlik'h the i.'meruiumcut was carried out. two wuuld-ui DIM .who worn hoyi ot the KIM of U K caitm up for trial >t (Mtrenholm fee fore MuKlntrata lloluifi on Thurndtv On account of tho ago of tho they worn given a very food lalklnK to and a HM.V light ThU would appeal to out, wan brought out ut their 'rial, of too much picture nhow and dime norelB. Wad WatKlns returned from Keattltt whero be bun the week iitteiiUlns the convenMnn ot the agonts of tho Now York IJfe lusur- anco Co. University ot Illinois bM two wo- men who ere tho first reglBtored in tbo regular course. They don apron and a can at tho foi-RO and' handle the moulilkig irons just liko the men. fiscal year ending June 30. Twenty-four primary projects four Indian projects have been strutted in whole or in pan at of II-i.OtKl.OOC. Tm: vr.iU grown in 191S on Inr.ck rcrv: either In or ir part from th works of thfi DTvico amount nearly J152.000.000. About 000 represents the value of crop grown on the ped land on tile projects proper anil Year 1910 1914 1915 1917 1918 1919 Special emphasis is laid in the re- in port on the necessity of providing for adequate drainage on practi project to prevent and waterlogging position closely cessive use of water but irrespectiv of the methods employed livery of water there will b age problem on most project the escape of some water to th levels cannot -e Mo de of Ber.c-ral iibtiess IIP v.v.ere I 1'eas. vetches j s may also be j extent, but j sweet clover is j nip t-hat v.-ill fill 1 specially in tbe I introduction of i ail tifsso sxcradlturei will ultimately be returned to the federal government through the sale, of water-rishU. while in CaEa-.'.g the return, if any, will be indirscr.. as the Canadian gov- ernment has n.ivtr been willing to as- sume for the construc- Joi; irrisatii.ii article fi-otn Tut Esslneerins contains a tabulated; V.-H.I.II is highly encourap ..s: is it sa52 that although ths V Roms of the projects: in tho T cited States has very artly. tho of irrisated ops in part of the t'uL.'s nvaila ily has bfen .rm! cordin? to to a (i appear th.lt y to be the one the largest place. pioneer stago of t'Y.: is to; I'nitnd flutes nvrr a i and of sii-.ji.iii-u power urn-: it a'Jd which have prevented from the project works. On other its as a crop an earlier lower' projects the development, has reached uate. SMiiie of are. a very) i Insist upo-.i regular j [ro'-l inu'.iey. Thrill gradually become a strong trait r.i- each I cliiM's character. I There is a '.-.ranch of this I Hank iii-.-.i- yen aiul a j every Branch. I (he stase (lie i'.nmia! crop valiu omparael.-- t.i the total cost c liu1..' She irri.irati'.n as in s-. liulalion Project i'H't-e ami bitter flavor j many ilisiiUe at tir.c-t. ;a cuarse of and a vc-ry free sec'Jinif habit ivliicl! sivrs it a s'jmev.-l-.at ability to per-1 pctKP.te itself. On tlm other hanil it I merits which iiave now brought! lit into sreiit They are. its; 1 grvat vi-ur and Ill i io HI very and severe lo-j icaiiono: aimptal'ility to all Uiuds i conditions; ita to produce Gl LETHBRIDGE BRANCH1 E. E. MACKAY, Managsr Total Resources i Special In Re-Treading FOR ONE MONTH ONLY Rc-treadina 30 >c 3V, Nan-Skid Rc-treadlnj milts "A x Parsgor, Tread tires miles Sectional Work; Broken Beads; Tubes work guaranteed. THE MODERN VULCANIZING SHOP JOS Sixth St. S. (North ot Graham Motors.) li. E. Chaplin, Mgr. The Madaod Vulcanizing Works, branch. ABOLISH FINANCIAL T> T> V PROLONG W U JV K. 1 YOUR LIFE A CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUITY WILL DO IT Gives a larger return for life than is obtainable from any other form of investment with absolute security. _ Free from Dominion Income Tax. Any person resident or domiciled in Canada over the age of 5 may purchase, to begin at once, or at any later date desired, an Annuity of from to to be paid in monthly or quarterly instalmento. Any two persons may purchase jointly. Employers may purchase for their Apply to your postmaster, or write, partake free, to S. T Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa, for new booktet information required. Mention age last birtjlday. other r operated ers1 association. eost of construction. ..It is true that! some of the projects .mentioned inj ]__ this table are in districts where tin-' usually valuable crojis can be and tho showing is all the I unit operated i more favorable, but it is Illuminating! 'Jsers. t'ost iseliirte storag at to tin.l that the Miaidoka works serving laren .-irp., UD- project in Idaho, wlitre the work cost Act, for wie tho vsiac of the irriRdted here Inc-imieii. "rop yield in .UU9 Tl'.ssi include sloras lends to prove tUn statement serving areas under often made v.-ith reference to irhifh crop returns are not here ern Canada, that tlm increased return! eluded. from irrigated landfill within a very j tn lje thc short time, fully repay the. entire i struction charge. This, in so fai (1( ai.rtag6 Canada is concerned, is as yet niere-j ly a matter o? opinion, based upon j actual eiperience elsewhere but in v.'ater works i ombinetl i returns [j ii ii S! prin- .jpai growtli -ll) per cent, lantla containing tile ai-reage eronped. Whsut tomes rc-.-laination fund I o.s" nVr'ceVt.'aiid' oor h-.isin.v; The i ?ltio.- la.-iiU TO THE FARMER amounts saved regularly soon readi iTj-rge total. Deposit each week part oi tne money you get from vour cream, butter and arid watch your Savings balance grow. WE WELCOME SMAL AC-COUNTS. 'OjiC taken because of the United States it is a demon- strated fact. The Tallin of the crops jrown on irrigated land in reclama- tion service projects in the Unite-.! States during amounted to whereas the total construc- tion cost to that date was only i With figures such as irrigation the feeling must exist that ff v v demonetrating- the great success of tha Alberta government has taken the right course in giving full financial encouragement to irrigation projects in this province. article in The Engineering MBWB Record to which we 'we rcfer- ,'e been of funds. undi and THE CANADIAN BANK OF .COMMERCE GROF fiOlATiONS FOR THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES II I! SL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND From Chrome Leather A Horsepower Hame Strap These from leather, the touebcit leather They will not wU-u sweat cr water. Toey great itrength weiring qualittn wiil more than please yoa. May we nhow joo our fine selection of halters and harness. Jl c. G. QUANDER LETHBRIDGE CONSUMERS' HARDWARE i SUPPLY CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE L. B. DUNCAN NEW DAYTON 1 tn giVi in the reclamation Form a Good Connection A savings account in The Bank of Nova Scotia gives the depositor a business connection with one of Canada's leading financial institutions. Such' years to come may be of great value assist- ance in business. "yV form the con- t by opening THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA B. M, Mad-: (Kxperiniental Farms Nni.pj The cropping systems in vogue in the prairie provinces have in the past consisted of such as alternui.ivc anci summeri'al- low. two crops of grain and then low and three props of grain and fai- oE j low. The first system has buen adopted by a number of fanr.ers in the districts with, light rainfall and freedom from early autumn frosts. This arrangement has proven fairly profitable on farms where good tiviition has hccn given the- fallow. [ii the northem districts IWM ITJIYS or grain between suminerfallowti lias resulted in a leso rank growth nC straw and earlier maturiiy. Tho i third arrangcmtnt with three of graiu between fallows can only I successfully carried vvimrn a plentiful supply of moisture j the moisture is carefully husbanded j by dry farming methods. VVhilo i while wheat on only gavo a i and -12 'pound? per acre. iui cost firass 21 bushel urdinury sum; return of 20 1 or apyrcxinint: bushels more thun orriiruiry fallow. Eased nu pre- war prices, this aHiotintCil on an i iivoTage tr> 5I.J tents nor A Tiiintinn that. 1ms s-veis turns at Scott ar; follows: wheat or oats seeded down j patjtui'M, suinmei'f.alloM'. in to j make, this roinuun suctpsaful. the j insjisriirft hus he fin rarcttiMv J during i-Ue year by i 'iaiJy ami TH'aL'c. Tho first yt-ar's Hinbhle !H auruinn plowed. ilow. early in the SKIT- on and wnrk-j down rapidly HK j To Manufacturers Bank considers that one of the JL most important of Us {unctions is to rr.eet the needs oi- Our record of tubitantial deveioymenl tlie paat years has been iargeiy dur pciicy. By tlie -ru-operatior. witli Manufacturers, and by a never-fiiilinw on .their wide DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOR ALTA. HAY FOR SALE Department of Agriculture has a quantity o( 1919 Ontirlo U.iy for sale at from to per ton. niny made to: Thomas Kinnalrd, Jledicine Hat, I J-etlibridge: M. Sexsmith, Stockyards, Calgary; A. A. jifixan liad Deer; W. K. Lees, Fincher Creek, for Brocket and hay: and Department Agriculture for hay stored Bilmontnn. Torms cash. J. SMITH, Supt. of Seed and Weed Branca, Edmonton, Alta. both large vigilant ir.'. Ton pnn.nds of seed mUtd OF CANADA. TOTAL ASSETS OVEft NINETY M BANK system3 have proven fairly successful; about two bushels of outs to Lcitlil tlio virgin soils ot! tho West, farm-'a of nhnui. t-r, :irui ;i hall: in- ;TK arp finding th-c incroape Wliem Ji weods ii! demanding more frequent under J tilh'gn of tin; fnllow. look .ifrf-r, roLatio-i. r.r stun" i thn r.f In addition nindiric-atlon of it. i-iigiu well tried this, thn fibre rapidly becomiiiK i and soil drifiUie is bouominK I Whon a .serious monyce. Tho only pf-nnanent fo ronu'dj drifting in to seed Hin hmd tu ;it intorvylH. Tins can 1 Hcrsr bf liy i it rotrition of crops Ii i: On Un1 Kfjtt. KxivMriiiii'MtLyi in Durini: ptiat i iaii'I, i-nty- farniyr lias v livestock and large quantity of t'u nup, such ;LS roru" or Hlinuld nmrf imeu croiia f'.iVi'.i r. in tlio drier furiiKir who is priori, of mi. in' help and is number ot (O en tns noon acn s Hi (li-jll, boA'Cll advised to jiian-, rj.4 t'i'op on ._ louvd luiifl. Tiiis wiil curtail tin: cost ,sa afi.rriof Uricpins crnp from weodfi pollatrd: arid will ensure encouraging returns. Later, with more experience In srov.'- ini( UIOSR nmrri Jielp and better IIP inny, wii h Mm farmer in t'.'.n mnlstcr diatricf, find that ho cnn lisa thc hoot] crop as a cleaning rrop afttjr grain lo roylaco a part of the SuiJl. Kxpurljiiurii.al Station. SniU, Sask. Stock Raisers sre offeicu a. complete markcting-and banking service through our Branch at tlio Calgary Stock Yards. x Full information regardins livi stock market conditions, (juotations, etc, furnished by the Manager, by mail, telephone, or telegraph, arid funda transferred to'and from clients' home accounts to expedite their business at the Yards. Make the Stock Yards Branch your business headqunrlera while in Calgary. A special room is provided for you. MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office OF CANADA 1884, FiNANClAL ASSISTANCE may be required for the protection of your assets or the maintenance of your family. This Company namedjas Executor under your Will is in a position to afford such assistance in the event of your death. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited 220 8TH AVE. W., CALGARY ALBERTA. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE, BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. MuNleol, Inspector. ANCH LJJ i anrtNof.-Jc.'-irJ., J. DINNING. T. HGPMKK, Manager. CANADIAN TRUST COT HEAD OFFICE, CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE GENERAL FINANCIAL AGENTS AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE UNDER BANK- RUPTCY ACT ;