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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WliDNKSDAY, 21, THE Ma'lllMimiK DAILY IIUUALD PACK NINE -J_ Herald's Travelling Kt'present.i- 'ol home a load or oata lu refipeil 9tt acres of worm cut crop, frank Horrell has 80 acres cut off and had two drills rcsecdlug for the lust two days. Fur infers report Ihe worms war to in oats lhaa la tvbcrat. nro not so bad. oil spring plowing us ou summer- laltov. While at present of seed and labor arc au expcn- Jvfl uaudtcap yet gorac feel that eveu t (hat It la belter than nd a crop premaiurely harvuslc'l by live Kees Crcut Change In Past Ten Years 'By Herald Traveling eiit) _.__ motor trip to Iho east of Carman- gay through Houvllle settlement revealed murU development hi tin1 ILIL ycura since the writer vjsllea tills disiflcl before. In 1309 autoa rare oo tlie roads, while now vnrly overy farmer has an auto ur livo, !LT in some cases ilio wife ouc of her own ID use .while Uw hus- baud has his ul (he other [arm wlitre bia iraclor IE working. IluilJLngs of a iinrmanenl nature. both larRt barns for (he clock ami cosy itonn-J for Iho furmcr ;md his family, tire evidences or thrift. In cuatu'tttscj the big new house is waU- for another ijowl i-roji or two. for the fanner's wlk-, IrtyliiE been fanner's daughter, ivulUes Iho hu nif.iic. kindly nccil of shelter fur lue! animals, ami HID o[ properly j sheltered flocks and herds lit lime wilt help'to provide n larger ami mon eo in Tor I able home. Rural Mall Delivery lluriii mail delivery uncl rural lelo- [jlionoa provide modern conveniences Tor rural residents Snino 'fulUs were nbtlcod irudKing home 1 Ucm school but no doubt an or my of cutworms. AKricuHurul Conimiltee House Appoints Sub-Committee to Consider Plan New Record berta Led in Western Prov- Wllh 753 when iLc consolidated school system I OTTAWA, Moy new record la extended, the school-street rar Ydiijims been established by the IJonilnfon Eysicin will lenrnve llm employment (or the weefc new! far this lout, lonely trudRC hy ending May 3, when 7C oEflces report- tlie Irlila folks lo and from Iho rural appllcanls In regular school. i Jfba- This Is an Increiae ol 50D over Front (lie higher ridges there was the preceding week. ap- a pretty prairio panorama with the nllcarfls-were place'd in snow capped HocWesawjij- nn Increase of 99. OTTAWA. May need steps being, IB ken to standardize farm machinery was brought to the atten- tion at the commons committee on agriculture' this morning by A. B. Mo Colg, '.Mr. McColg Bpoke of the large iu- crease In ite cost of agricultural ma chlocry, which the farmtM musl beur, lbecaus'9 {Me, machinery U not Inter- changeable, lie dwell upon Incon- vt-ulencc of tho present sfluMlon of llic farmers gencl-nlly. .McColm received slroiiB from other members of llic conmUUce. Col. Arlhura Kipled that in the early liLirl of lite ivar numberB 01 Canadian wagons madt bv various Cn nod Jan manufacturers bail to be scrapped, tliclr narls vrcre uot Mr. Jtuuy, of Iho Krost and Company, Smiths Falls, ninnulBL'tur era of fa rut linplonicnis, tho tlmt pans could not be made In icrctiaiigeahlo uirciit by law. Ho (tiougbt It would lie logical to slau dai'dlze of parts. Mr. Harold. o[ .while expresf ing the view that nothing should h dftne to hHcrfere with tho Initiative of manufacturers, toIJi toe commitlei [hat the amalgainallon of tho iMassey Itarrle the I'alcrson concern: some years ago had considerably re (o the weal. CJrovcs of irees O.r regular nlacemenle, 332 were re- slBrte'l on manr cf the farms j portei a decrease ol and in tiuie ilils scene vi'ill be SOS In Sajltalcheivan, a decrecso proved and mado prattler by part-jof "22; 753 In Increase of LkC-Mt'lndbrcaks and shelter belts, and British Columbia, an Oo one" farm thu sir-year-oId Irees Increase of Sb', .wnro miit-h to the disappoint-1 During ine week applicants incut of Ihe fanner and his wlte. On were registered.. corresponding another farm-where the trees hail figures for Ihe pfcvious week were v-iuiored well, the farmer explained he'hud (Hed, (he iniilcli mctbud lii'stcSd Wells quite common tt vary- inc depths and In many cases labor C.3SO. fJic end 8.16S appli- cants were rcuorieu anrl 7r004 vacancies [remained unfilled. Of (Le infilled vacancies, were f4r windmills have heen Installed.. farm Ut-jrerF. and 1391 for women Cattle Are Scarce C. W. AfcDiiulel, cattle buyer o! Cfirmangay, reports cattle 40 per cent short quantity tbls year clue no tlouht lo Llic In thu acreage devoted to ifastnrs and Ihe shortage tucjje'' togelhef accounting Tor-71 per cent, of the Ioial. On the other hand, only 17 per ccnf. of The placements Cafili laborers, and 6.4. per cenL women work- ot feed laet year. lie remarked that irrignilon would lie ti good thiug fort Southern Alberta for It' ivould pro-; vide not only reed loi1 'stock 'on "the irrigalorl fnnns, but u surlily for thu whole A sad sight was noticed 4u- (tbe farm 'of ir. A-, Frank, -where L fs itiat Ihcy wore iilaoled lop .close together and ihe roots" -Called'' so I lliat-: they'cxhauatcd the' supply' of moisture. Tiie ciiritint. r.riislip.t nrcll have -.survived nnil (he I MQUXT Mich, Mny 21., oFUhc flrtmlssibllity oil duced tht number of types of binder; and other' machinery with beneficla results lo keep the export and domes !lc trade. Mr. Gtais, East Middlesex, apprpv ed the proposal to standardize part or fami Implements, lit moved Ilia Messrs, llnndcrs, McCoEg, Host, Ka> Harold and Dr. Grisdalc. deputy roln isler of agricullure, be named as committee to frame a resolution be- fore (be ne.tl meeting of the commti tec to be sent to the manufactureri He "believed that such a move vrouli have henefjclnl results, lie though co-optraUon on the part of the mam facliirers would help c.tpnrl trade. Deputy-Mr. Grisdajc, who was calle upoii Hie suggeRllon of Mr. tol the company that the standardization of par's of ogrlcu tural implements had been engagln liie attention of Hid department o agrlcrulture. lie thought Eomcthlii could be dore along, these luiee. 1 Ihe" case of'uiany" small particles, h thought there was absolutely no reaso wliy. ,a 'scheme1, ol not be madq oul> without i r Ip'terferlne with the inventh prburess- qptnefinanuraclureraj the farmera an niaiiutacturers elioiijd' gel 'togelhcT o he Mr.'Glass' molloh carried green Hsh look tlirtfty though not yet {evidence prepared' for the Ford-Trl leaved out Ibune suit continued before Judge This plantation wns put In and culr Tucker In tLc-circuit 'court here to-. tivatctl Recording io the Instructions anrt advice of ihe Damiiilon Korea try. department.' From the Frank homestead there Jay. It ivas- predicted would all day; The excluded. Alfred Lucking, .of, counsel, lor Ford, cd bis remarks where they were Is a prelly "view-to the west lu wards. Interrupted' hy. adjournment yesterday across Ihe river. The ('afternoon, fringe the western horizon nuil two' Hn expanded his.lhemc designed to or. Ihrtc lowns arc visible ou n. mass of testimony prepared li-lervenlng prairie plniu. by thu which .Includca the Crop Prospects Good til" Conner-army .officers. G-. IIiiriiclL acres of hl.fiwjib hsd-commands tin Ihe 320 acres-and reHnrU llic crop pros-! harder; correspondence ol .cabinet, i good so far. He haa two veils! mcmhers and 'numerous reports of on his farm. one.ISO feet deep f Jinolhcr-600 feet deep. Al tho latter ho Is Greeting a and inslall- iiiB a pumii. M. Nelson nlso has a''windmill over h 200 foot wcU. lie has "300 ncrca of crop and rcporta a gooil cron prospect wltli- enotigh moisture for Carl gainer; miles cast, of acres In wheat and has more grain lo reporlc Eiiftiticnl nioislnro for ji'rcE-, ent needs, lie has a good bam anil rtrniy and navy'officers and officials, proclainallojis und speech- es, depositions In large' numhers and the testimony of clllzens-vrlio have suffered 'mm Mcxlcftn deprctlallong. DUTCH CREDIT TO' FRENCH PEOPLE PA IMS', May government, according lo a dispatch from The Hague, it: order to co-operntc In the. reArtsl ruction of northern France, has guVmUted a hill to the ent needs, lie has a good bam anrlletale council a credit equipped wllh Raving (lovlcea.'i uf 25000.000 rioVlns" Cor five years. uiclurljnff-.a Jittrr, rarrlcr. Another France ivonld bend the moner In Hoi- good crop may mean ft modern'farm residence. A. 15 ii niangay, a rye gpen land for supplies of various kinda. CHS! of Car- grass men first crop he- cm tojutons off Ihrce acres. In I91S he need it aa a pas- He Itqa found nhai waa KOWN! alone dttP liellcr Ihnn when II w.lfi' sown rtvllh H crop. Of course' he .aiimmerrnllowcd In preparation .fur- the meadow hut now ho Una 1JJv.'ciijkca limie aiid B-X-.-n Tn tho ir.y w'ntcrs of Lake conimlllce Sherry's Famous New York laurant To Ue ConfecUon- cry.Esiablisment CBW for mo tlian a score of years as a rcsUura of International repute for cty. Sherry's (a to be turned a caterlngtand CBUulia Sherry, In making the B nouncefnenl, said tit ere wae no'bus CES sense in n Flfth'avcn place of the cbnracter of Sherry the ndvcnl of prbhibllion on Ji 1. Feeling lhat prohibition will crea a flemaml Tor sweels, Slicrrj-'s 'IB help to supply It. This RimouiireVnenl' follows j a Sherry's recent sale of the lease of Ih building so long occupied fU Fid avenue' nnd 4th street to Ihe.Guarant Trust .Company. The new'-Sherry's wl lie at Kl rili. n venue And, Ahoal 700 Acres Dam aged, and Now Being Worse in The May nro.rftsagliiK 'llin flcrldV'of T'Mhlty Ihe oats In tome of thy Corma of-Llic JllKli lllvcr tltsliltt: AinonB wlin'ro Ijcon report- ed ntf rtic fnlloulirgi Mftitry. 120 acres; A'. M, fl'rhwrioiv bo- resceilctl; 11. L McMillan, 200 iicrcs; LCslcr Flood. SO W, lenkiiiE. SO sludlilc. Mr. ric'lha'rd We arc In tbc market for Cream, elllie'r aweel or sour, arid always "pay the Mghcel market price. In'-fRCt-ws are rayfng more tlinii Calgary or any oilier ccntro now. Our p'jc'acnl prices' for Cream arc: No. 1 Syrect Cream, 70c pound Bulter Fat. No. 2 Swtet Gream, 58c per pouno Butter Fat. No. 1 Sour Cream, SSc'per pound Butter Fat, No. '2 Sour Cream. SOc per pound Batter Fat. 1 KV All bxprcfls chargos' hnd rcnitt by Jlonoy Order mall, v shipping pans for sate at the following v 8 CtBon S GaBoii, second band GIVE Ua A -TRIAL 'SHIPMENT "PLEASE Crystal Dairy Ltd. 4ffer Now Let the Hammer and Saw Make Music In the Land Seeding is finished under very favorable if not quite idea! conditions. Our greal country is launched on a producing program' which bids lai' to rival all previous records so (ar as grain is concerned. Prosperity is dawning in a big way. The next number on the program is building and more building. Never was so much building needed as this year. Lack o{ space' is al- ready handicapping many a farmer and the handicap will increase as the season, advances until ihe necessary n ew buildings are ready. Many new homes are needed in our renters should become There is no reason wh'y this build ing program should be delayed an- other day. have the money or you ca n easily get it. is plenly of labor. is plenty of material. -rYou Need the Buildings, Build Them. We have painted for you as clearly and truthfully as we know how the great'future that is certain in this glonous Alberta. We have told you how we have prepared to help and at- tain your part in that future. The next move is yours. Make Use of Our Service in Planning and Building for Your Present Needs and the Future. Many others have done ibis or are doing it now. TheyJare going ahead 7- with their part in this big program of future-building and willmost assured- ly cash in big on results. We know you want lo do the same and" we invite you and urge iyou lo call on oV manager in any of the towns listed below and let him put our service to work for you at once: Yqu are at liberty to use any part of our service or all of it as you see fit. You will find "at each yard a man fully equipped with' practical experience and.? wpll 'selected stock 'of inaterial including rnuch bearing our own trade marked 'Chieftain packed up by our biVArchilectural Service Department to givfc you prompt, accurate and economical service. _ 1 you think of repairing or building material think of and go lo'our yard manager and you will be served to your enlire satisfaction. CITIZENS LUMBER COMPANY. LID: OPERATING RETAIL LUMBER YARDS AT BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA COUTTS, ALBERTA ALBfiRTA DIAMOND CITY, ALBERTA HATTON, SASKATCHEWAN LB'mBRIDGE, ALBERTA' MANYBERRIES, ALBERTA WHITLA .WINNIFRED MILK RIVER, ALBERTA, ORION; ALBERTA v RAYMOND, .WRENTHAM STIRLING, ALB'ERTA TABER; ALBERTA ALBERTA ;