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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAYrNOVEMBER THE LETHfiRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN OFIMPREST TO THE FARMER SUNROWERS ON HIGH HOW Noble of DayiUpd Pint Fanner to Grow Sunflowers in That District, the Ensilage Ii Second to None 22 Acres of Sunflowers This OvervTen Tons Per Per Ton to Pro- W.- Barnes, In Edmonton 'Bulletin) The Sunflower has arrhred. The day las passed when to do served uo other purpoao than to orna- ment countless back yaxdj through- out ;tii a breaSb Tl'of sleek, ter surpassing roo4; Vafue-. tho score. j t> farmejrsvbi I Kpr yeara'the chiefly as' aapfnaraefl- and he round him Ml! a very busy, man indeed. But to all he said' that he In- planting more sunflowers In the same thing. _. _.Cropa Sometjme' 4oHnK.-'ihe hot summer days the writer had occaBlon to go ;ttjs, patch' ij. of S.fejd so irob'dly Bjwiea of Mr." Noble. fWe ...iij exceeded'Uis'palch alfaita. It keeps welljn the winter and is easily bandied, frost will not penetrate Into It very far. In-these days when feed Is some- times scarce, thla Is going to mean a sreat deal to the dairy Industry. To be able tc have tons o( succulent feed available during- the long winter1 months will insaii i greater supply of cream during the year, dairy herds maintaining a lilgh average during the winter as well as the summer. Of course the summer will always be considered the cream months, hut anything that will Increase produc- tion Is to be welcomed. No doubt Mr. Koblo will consider the fat cream cheque with the same feeling around Christmas time he does In the best days of the summer. at Ift faiherly ey a r' forest'! of. Isynflpwers. In our ihirst- for knowledge.; we asked him Some the. crop which he press- Sng-ic'very on t us to svislt: him; liar- ve_Bted; When.tKliTtlme. came, around, we were the" Jadde'r f alongside of one of asked' jo, step inside. The'sensation ot cllniblng the >ido of a lofty' sllb and wallowing, yen literally. tons of silage. cannot" be adeoiiatelydes- yearjn this district. It came. Into bit the ileilcious" aroma ap- ot l.itlle, u'fc'o somiy thing for the 'poultry fo'Pirti at.' list year, in this [district. It came into favor as a cYop.-; During the early spring', of at a dairymen's convention Ed- inonjon, an.address the valuje.qf sunflowers 'as and con latqrsst Vis; sruTisfd -In this'new crop. Some 'garo wha.t they ies the subject and de- clnre'd that they were in favor ot try- ing but our, progressive; dniryn-Jtarmeif.j ot, the. High How Farm, to rise- and slate wis nqUonger a'.pioneer.ln the had. alrea'df rnis'Sd a crop that ho was feedlrig''to' his dairy herd and proving every day pealed took great amount of argunjehtitpJconViuce the fairly ?razy over 1L Twenty-two Acres ..Mr. Noble; Mid thattfiom the 22 acre's hu" had'haul loads of feed, well over a.ton to the vviiii'luis ne Jilled one silo, and put six In'another. He ylsnfid .the'seel In tha middle of the June, using of seed and owlnsf- to a bad cloridburst cnrly in the.f8ea.5bnj a hard formed over the seed-bed so not properly cultivate the rvalue of sunflowers as a sub- j stititlo foi it him', tliePatch unlM ualj well grown; l near the time r green, grass. He stated that It wjlljbe snrprislnB to o'Jbiige? a'tfiiiperlment Plants grew as ricf'jbiigeif atfiif pertinent that he had harvested sixteen acre's of sunflowers, put them and'put thirty-five, acres of oats; on top 'qf that. He said, within'forty- elgth-hours after he stand feeding BunnowerSjL.JjlB, cowt. jumped two. Hounds ot' milk per day. 'Along with this he Jed one gallon ot oat chop each cream cheque amount- ed .to per week and was still going higher, when the silage gave out. Aflef that' 18 fe'd'. gifSen and feed ho could get, doubting bis grain ration to two gal- lons a day. In leas than ten days the cream cheque decreased and Its pur; aliasing power was only and going lower, some of the cows going dry To say the least, this of talk 'niade a decided hitf- the convention. Questions were'----- ed at Mr. Noble from all sides'and Alleged French Discovery is Dis- cussed by George H. Hutton Revolutionize Agriculture in Canada (Calgary According- to a Herald) special dispatch xi cwv Tlveniewy visit, our we OM be glad to receive your deposits and conduct your bantling business by inal Deposits received by mail will be promptly Acknowledged, ana all other business wifl re> ceive immediate and careful attention. HB S, IS.OOO.CW THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Manager, IDGE BtQYIELOS AT HNCHER CREEK i (From the Echo.) Thrtahlng outflta naarlnfl the completion of their work and Interesting ylclji .art continually being heard of. Of J. P. Marcellus 4 Sana, of Flthburn, had oata 65 to the acre and wheat 50 buahels. H. Ruh- kamp, alto of Flshbum had oaU that went 70 buiheli [ier acre, EXPERIMENT WITH WHEAT (Ynlcan Mr. B. R. Lommatzsch, who (arms near Vulcan, was la toirn on Saturday and gave us a call. Upon being asked particulars In regard to his crop be replied that ho was through thresh- ing and had threshed bushels ol wheat which averaged aboat 24 bush- els to the acre, and his oats, ol which he threshed 800 bushels, 35 bushels to the acre. Ills crop of wheat comprised three different .Varieties, namely, Red Dot Wheat, Kitchener and Registered It will be'ot Interest to (armors to know that the Red Bot wheat, with which bo 'was. experiment- lag, heat the otheYtwo varieties both in yield and ripening. .They were all .sown at the same time and each field {received the same cultivation, yet the Red Dob ripened about seven days earlier than the others and gave.a yield ol 33 bnsheis to the acre as against Kitchener 29 bushels and reg- istered Marquis 25 bushels. With these advantages over the other rarieties and also the fact that It Is claimed to be an "equally good'mlllirg wheat It seems to us that It would pay the farmers of this district to sow Red Bob wheat In preference to any other variety and 1C anyone would care to see a sample, sains can bo had from Mr. Lonimatzsch and any Bother Infor mation required. received by' The Herald from Paris, Krancej-' the Luther France, has made a dis- is 'expected to revolu- tionize vwheat growing in that coun- try. This.. dispatch says that teats which :hare already .'been carried out shovy that- cultivation under the- law system '.will, bring about a 50 per cent.. increase' In the crop on workod out.'extib.u'stect-iiirid. i Tho "field'', cultivated with a plow jwh'ich la .six times- wider than the usual- Variety, the, plow being passed, through, the soil eight or ten two-fifths of the seed usually employed In similar soil Is used; The seed' Is dipped in a solu- tion which M. Cql'n-attud'. has not made public after which it is sub- rherged for 'Several- minutes In a_sc- liition of sulphate of copper. th'3 Is Tint, in. heaps ONTARIO LEGISLATURE opening of the 'next session ol the Ontario legislature Is expected en January 18. PLANS TRIP, ABROAD DAYTON, Nov. Col tho 'defeated presidential candidate looking forward to the Urns he wil surrender his olfico in an nounced Wednesday that he was considering trip abroad early next year to study conditions in Europe. Tho arid lonpers, one containing the than is obtainable from anjr btrof with absolute security. ;'i Free from Dominion Income Jai.' Any in Canadaover the of 5 may parch to begin at or at any late date of from to to be paid in njontlily or qaarteily instalments., Any two peftojiis tnay purciijite V Employerg for 'their Apply to your potfinastffr, or write, poatage free, to S. T. Bi AAnuiHai. ;-j poitage Irw, to S. T. Bastedo, for new'booklet and other thfornutioii age last fairtliday: YoulSleed A Laxative fill Ofgans of digestion should how rouch better you feel. Doctor Aiccy gest fiat TneciuWIsm rriusi .properly d_- food, extract all tnft riouriihment irora ..i _. throw ott thfl wirts This 1) accompllihed by It anti nrsmntl that In lelt. 1 processes of utomAch, Uver, kk Tn4 fallura of A (0 do Ha work bropcrlx trie action of all tn6 others. _ forced bowel moverhcnt doca not help It only for a few liotii dlllcn work--ol< th and of TltAl Xa if LU 11 __.. nnjtrr.lUUon. glva uty tpMtlte. I ti ife tsr.iB t; ta f mpre Won and r I hearty -1 liver and towe'fiT Uon and clvd your ofiOy, ft rood Cleaning out Natura'a Rtmidy tanhi it 19 mlid. tiey; rleuAnt In M- Ion: no gnplnir or ever followa UK: but It is thorough and lure. its action on tha ....Ich meona cxtractTon of fuil nourlshmtnt from your and fflv48 you tidw 'stffength, energy, better hlooiL better By toning, not a'.imni your lary liver, Nrt Into ttailnlMtlnes, Improving In- leotlnal digettlon, lastly, by rently jhooilrajine' moro-Tlgoroui bowli and KldneV ACUOIV Kit drives polsfinoua out of and cloana Now If-ron ard to ft UinUvo flllJ, and yon know HI' you'Tt ti tiilng tin iimt. MortoVer, If yog tU you've iol tot ...i. -itnmtstlei oat of and cloins" up you? 'iir'.ffalu'ri'a Kene'ty (Mn ana KQ Kow niuch belter you feel