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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 PAGE glG JTHE WEDNESDAY MAY New Illustration Plots To Be Started in Alberta yenr This rotation helps fully to put fibre buck Into the Inntl and keep U from Flxfr said that tho tractor hadhot been widely vised for the spring work In tho Went but wovild j be used very extensively In summon He Is watching develop This the eleventh place I liavo though a comparatively poof ImentB with great tlslted In tho past covering the territory nil thja way from Moose Jawto Flndher nnd have yet to talk to a farmer who hRs not or have of tho Ifclid leaded than last ever That is what found the response Canadian farmers to the ap peal for greater encouraglns statement was given Tho Herald on Wednesday xnornlng by superinten dent of Illustration farm plots for the tloniinton Department of and indicates that thp farmers are not worrying over the labor If they will put tho crop well see that they g it said New Kixter is in Southern Albertn visiting ihc Illustration plots In this nnd for the purpose of es tablishing some One will be at iHeHnw or on the Suffield branch west of The station at Many has been given up temporar ily owing to the departure of the owner of the farm for the fighting Flxter expects to liavi a neiRlibor take up the plot likely b estab in t To The Herald Kixrer gave very interesting fuels about the success of the illustration farm which Is now In its third Yesterday he was at Marleod ivhere Norman Grler owns the farm which the plots are located It is on the Macleod trail north of the and wfib is making a success of the has signs up on each field showing what experi seftson In many Grler I hint over 30 bushols of wheat to acr and fi2 bushels of pure UannerJ while his Western Rye Grass yielded 900 of seed to the In addition he had one of the best stands of both In rows1 and broadcast that oue would WJint to The Banner said are grown from specially sel ected seed fVoni the experimental and sent to the Illustration After the first year of operation the operator of tho farm hun dreds and sometimes thousands of bushels of pure seed to sail to his and the agreement be tween the operator and the Govern ment U tie shall sell the seed only nt a slight increase over elevator The operators of tho Illustra tion farms are cooperating splendid ly and many district about the Il lustration farms are thin seed ed almost wholly from the pure seed grown on the One of the fea tures at MacSeod lait yamr was the Western ryo grass seed which sold at 12 cents a bringing a gross retufn of an Flxter states that there is no doubt that the growing of western rye grass is going be a great thing for this owing to its value HS feed for livestock and becatue it is crop that always yields good returns whether cut for or kept for A large acreage 6f fall rye is also noticed in some About Maple Creek farm there are some acres this crop this Flxter said that In his travels nients are being carried Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on plains of Western The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to Lands to an acre irrigated land up to 20 to Loan to assist settlers on irrigated Get full particulars and free illus trated literature from HUM GnlSal 9Ca 1st CALGARY Last he hadjgeeu Borne farntBTs who were not towing their grain down to the hoping in way to save heir He farmers not to make this A great deal of plowing being dona on stubble for seeding to and many other farmers are now that wheat seeding is to break up new land to seed to v Oupd Flxter told of experiment drier is carrying out at Macleod to keep aumtnerfallow from Grier is a believer in early and deep and then keeping the ground black till about August when about three pecks oats to Ois TWs conies uij and forms a mat on top of the doing kaway with all drifting in the fall and In the spring the land is prepared for any op In the usual A new rotation being tried on the illustration farm plots is first year second year seeded with western rye third year and in some cases REVOLT UNFOUNDED May Ottawa MMESiS Defies Speaker and Row is Hot Till Premier Prorogue May 18 May sharp clr3lf be to news recetTed j between speaker and Sir Sam Hughes from Russia through Independent marked the opening of this mofnlng8 Swedish nnd Dutch channels as forj proceedings In the Several warded from Christianla in a dispatch j times In succession Sir Satu was call to the rumors of the overj ed to order and finally was threaten throw of the Bolshevik Government naming if lie dirt not obey which have been current recently aro the ruling of the They probably are due to the fact that the soviet administration Is now moving In the direction greater of Tho trouble arose over a motion which stands on the order paper pro viding that the house shall not sit Ascension When the The council of national commission1 motion was rlporterl sir Robert in era is now being compelled to fight tintated that it his intention to the says the just Ibrint the matter np later after he as Kerenskys government had to opportunity of discussing it Alth fight tho Leon the of the There minister of war and Is advocwas two he either atmg compulsory resulting In must prorogue not later friction with the than the or trteio must be an adjournment tilX August There was no desire to curtail discus but unless prorogation could take place by the 18th it would bo necessary for members to rome Referring to reports which had ap peared in the Sir Sam If it vas the intention of the prime min ister to proceed overseas with the oth er members of the He wouk i like to know for what imrposo min were going there and why the business should be held The state ment that the prime minister was not Sir Sam had appeared in the prime ministers personal Lethbridge was the first point in the west to boast a ludy ticket who has now been in charge of the C ticket office at night for al most a Now comes another department in which the is employing and that is as coach One woman has al ready been employed nnd it looks as If more would be taken on It is understood the is tak ing on no more men in clerical posi with the exception of returned Women and girls are bc z given the n Attend AUCTION OF Pure Bred Shorthorn Bulls OFPATRICK OF CALLED I HAVE PURCHASED THE BUNCH OF BULLS HE HAS HAD ON EXHIBITION AT AND AM OFFERING THEM ALL FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT PUNCHER ON llth 1918 Sale Starts at 12 oclock Apy one wanting an exceptionally fine ajiimal would to attend this born 1916 red with bom born born Red born dark born Dec red born born July red born lied red little born HGtl Bandaman born Scottish born April BULLS CAN BE SEEN AT BERRYS LIVERY PINCHER Owner Auctioneer j With the skies lowering and a cold wimV blowing from the north i east there are indications that the 1rain which fell for an hour Tuesday j afternoon will Throughout the south yesterday there were good rains at many Claresholni had j the best record with a ifall from one oclock till At j Macleod there was a good to j gefher with wind and Along the Coutts branch all parts were 1 with Warner receiving a j heavy rain Which put the roads in bad I There was u good rain at with light showers at Foremost and Carmangay and Nobleford all receiv ed nice At Cardston there was considerable the Cardston j train coming in this morning with i the coaches Old Probs says fair and cool to day and Thursday with frost Thursday Builders Supplies WOOD FIBRE EMPIRE HOL LOW LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT ROOF BUILDING AND TAR FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND BEAVER PLATE MURANE8E COMMON AUTO MINING The Western Supply Equipment PHONE 1044 FOURTH LETHBRIDGE 4 OP CANADA Keep the Family Savtagg In a Joint Account In the names of two or more Husband and Brother and or Father and It is an allround as either can er withdraw and in case of death the balance goes to the survivor without any fnrmine an immediate source of ready LETH0KI0GE BRANCH Manager Manager Manager CAROtTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH May Tihief inspector of the Dominion Police engaged here in enforcing JVIilitary Service Act Inspector Leo Deputy Inspectors Georges LH ahd Remington and De tective comprising the Domin ion Police staff in this military dis have resigned a i the employment of military police in rounding up For some time the friction between the civil police and military police has been growing until yesterday tho resigns tions mentidlied were agreed the Sir Robert replied that it was intention to atfetad an Imperial war conference and he believed that min isters from other parts of the Empire had already Correspondence so far that was not of a confidential nature would be brought down and it was the ititention of the prime min ister tp be Sir Robert fur ther challenged the statement that the newspaper was his personal Sir Sam was proceeding with further remarks when he was called to onler by the As Sir Sam did not immediately take his seat when the speaker the speaker called him to order The honorable gen tleman must be amenable to the rules of the declared the He is not in order in entering into a Sam arose again and declared that he had heen chatKeff with ftink tiig a statement wltlch was notTrue and that he was rising to a question of The point 1 want to get Is Sir Sant went Can add not Called to Order The honorable gentleman is of the speaker repeated f am not of retorted Sir The honorable gentlentan Is not in persisted tho us Sir Snm remained on his I purposf to ask the Sir Sum with all due regard tothe chloroform that Is being ap plied the speaker broke in I must ask the honorable gentleman to resume his f AB JBIr Sam tint down the speaker continued by using the word1 chloroform the honorable gentleman Is referring to the 1 must ask him to retract tho Sir Sam was continuing liis remarks when the speaker ngaTn in terrupted If the honorable gentleman is Using the word chloroform in re ferring to the I muut ask him to withdraw I will not withdraw the Sir Sam htntedly The speaker It tho honorable gentleman I shall name withdraw the Sir Sam At this point the prtmo minister in terposed with the there was no Intention of charging Sir Sam Hughes with stated an untruth and Sir Sam replied that lin accepted the Sir Sam then went on Called Again It is not the prime ministers In tention to discuss with this house and the country the questions which are going to arise over as to the future of this in regard to the came from the speaker Once more Sir Sam was attempting to proceed with his remarks when tho speaker cflllert him m aald ttife the honorable fceti tlematt does not make ameti uhle to the constituted authority of he I shall he compelled to prbper measures to Bee that he the speaker added that Sir Sani was not In attempting to make a statement at this Sir Sttm have to ask the prime minister a question and I purpose to ask him that question Is his Hi to bring before the house the queHtlon Sii IJftbert ff the honor ublgentleman Will put his question on lite qrdet1 paper It will be answer ed Ant the houie resumed the debata on the Women conductors wll diiced on Toronto street summer be Intro oara ttHe EHIGC May porintlons of the civilian population from the of North ern Italy have again the Ian eiabttBty was odvlind today front Men and women between tho agon of 16 nnd 55 are diluted to tnnt Aimtiion centres the mtswige It adds that are com mittal tho women und families are purposely separated and the Kcnttcrctl in different SHOE POLISHES KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT AND ffWt DARK MOWN OR OX4LOOD PftKMMVt THC THE NeverFailiig Remedy for Appendicitis Stomach Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gall and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic Not one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knowii what is the Marlatts Specific will cure withoutpain or oper Buy from JACKSON MAfcLATr ONTARIO TORONTO J The medical hoard of review under Nivin will in con siderably longer than was at first Another batch of forms was received this morning from Calgary indicating that 300 more men will be This will take well into uoxt On Monday the board had a big day 85 men wore exainin being classed as follows 32 24 14 2 13 To date more than 500 men have been i PROMINENT EDMONTON MAN 13 PRISONER May Huston b gazetted flight Captain Highland in educated in report ed Canadian U to the De Walker is a former Edmon louiau and a member of the well known firm of Walker nnd Mo tnlidted with the I I Red blooded men of courage are on the and there many discouraged men and women left at At this time of the year most people suffer from a condition often called Spring They feel worn before the is half They may have frequent headaches and sometimes pimply or pale Bloodless anemic those with pale cheeks and who liave a poor appetite and feel that worn or feverish condition in the springtime of the should try the refreshing tonic powers of a good alterative and blood Suuli a onn is extracted from Blood Seal and Stone root and Oregon irapc made up with chemically pure glycurine and without the use of This cair lie obtained in readvtotise tablet form in fiftyicent as druggists have gold it for lifty yearn as Doctor Iierces iolden Medicnl It ia a standard remedy that cau be obtained in tablet or liquid Plercea Golden Meilliuil Disioviry awl Ills Pellets arn wonderful medicines for liopia I used to sutler with weak smothnrlng spells nnd but since I huvn taloii vim abovw mentioned Bjadminoi iluisuVonaitloiw left me i Such nicdiiines us Ur Pierce are worthy of iruian anil I iim very glad to luld my to lliu tliunsiinis of li Jim Everything makes and Do your cleaning up up the screens and rake ug the sprinkle the lawn and the Start the Complete Lines for Spring Clean ing Up youll need to put the lawn and garden in highest AWNINGS RAKES HOES SPADES SCREEN DOORS SCREEN WINDOWS GARDEN LAWN MOWERS MOPS BROOMS HICKSEHL HARDWARE The Knockers Reward When the English Army buy a Welsh wishing to keep a certain favored instruct ed his stableman to tell the officers that this horse was a very bad likely to and otherwise The buyers came and heard the Then they gave the horse a second examination and took the owner 10 on the price because of the faults that he had him self When there comes a day of settlement the habits of boosting and of running down a community are equally There are sections that are avoided merely be cause they have bad names that may be traced directly to the attitude of the There is danger of reaction after a but the com munity that depreciates its worth is likely to be valued ac ;