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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAHF. Kir.irr TIIF. iiEiui.n. SATURDAY, XOVKM11KR IS, 1910 OF INTEREST TO THE Fodder Crops to Combat Soil Drifting Eacli year iu Western Canada seems .sive tor the yield was lhat to bring witU it new merfallow on tils v crop or else sroivn had ijcca p.wvd ijitre ''is'a'nev cosibirmiion of former Jeep, fol'uwej bv s-jrin.; rjliivalum. conditions'ihat lias the same adverse -Now ir happens that on H.LS sarv-e (arm results, nilh the ideal year comics :iiis year mat me far_SLirp: now-and llich. We iloretoiicil vill be lower. Some ,'llv jul liimls'will Jo willi li--i moisture than and again others send Lht Cial we though1, jtisliels per'acre. Deep plan-ir-s we hart done possible to betn conserve bu; Hie Luller year: L (urlher inta the soil and stand drc-Liplit boiler. lion., and. do. nol practice evlteiiiely plowing.. This Is iulc-ndcd us a general only. Pasture nuy lie warned In- stead of hay, or more oats, or barley Ini.Ay be wanted. I do not think, hosv- lever, that OD old iauci Hut It will pay to attempt to secure more Ihaii ihree crops o( grain in five L be- lieve thai the msilmum amount oi will be secured in this way. a. lirge eoioiml of stock can be fccpl. Ii might even he advisable to drop the crop of grain on stubhle. or this i There i .-ilh oiir larni, j factor in connection iierruJluv-'S, and '.hat is iUiriuerfallou1 not only ce-u- moisture. but makes avai havo shown us that by [his uu-lhoj jf However, we must state thai fUtnnierfallov.-iag and train growing, oil ibis farm pail of the suminerfal we. in time, wort the laud lo a drilled badly. and 1 aulitira'c il has a deep uie.iniv. for Ihe lilants. Thu latter lakes cisk, "Can I afford i not realizing that they cannot afford lo do without one. W6y wail until you sick for the doctor to order you a change, of scent climate? It may then be too Ute. It is i timely and permar.ent iDVestment Your firrn, your buiineu, or your profession win be worth more to you ilur a vacation because your health better and you will 3iore vigor and enthiHUsm. SPEND THIS WIMER'IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON AND OREGON Amoflfit its mountains, on its eTergreen golf Biiks, along its mighty rivers, by the shores of its enchanting lakes, motoring on its scenic L Highways, enjoying f THE MOST TEMPERATE CLIMATE ON THE CONTINENT It will cosl you very little more than lo remain home, and you cannot sptnd your money lo belter advantage. Hotel and aparor.enL house tales are reasonable. Write for illustrated booklet lo Herbert Culhberl, Executive Secrelary, Pacific Noilh- west Tourist Association, maintained by GoTemmenl funds, L. C. Smith Building, Seattle, WiiUngloo. FIGHT WITH LEVINSKY Injuucllou whlcli would huve roleasekl lor large Humilities of wliiskey now lu boud. lioso w th'i HiirJ federal JuJRC to sustain Uio lav here today In dull' bvuugtit boforu ilicni. In K'ngland ftl itio present there tre more females l there are males. TEN MILLION DOLLAR PHEACHEU AFTER PRESS TORONTO, Nor. Dyrno, tho "ten million dollar preach- or" throuph his solicitor threatent number of" publications with suil? Tor slating that he hail to support his and the moHLcr of hts son lu Hamilton. Interrtcwed hero today, Dyrue staled that the marriage be Iwcen him and his supposed (nee S a rail Drenner) ivai declared Il- legal by the authorities In Hamlltou, because she was the legal wife of Philip Housch, who was still FRONTENAC MINE SOLD KINGSTON, Ont, Nor. n- nouucemenl has been made that a strong Ontario syndicate baa taken iircr Ibc Frontenac lead uilue, IS Get More Eggs One oslra enr, at. present o! fcciiiuK Poultry Regulator to a ntl Sunliowers as R feed for live stock is a new crop. As a. teed crop ilierc only ons iray to handle It and thai iii llirougli the silo. year it was grown al Hie aniv- rei5ify farai at S.isJtalDon, ond Ihe I ensilage was fed iviiti. favorahle ris jsulls. This year il has been, grown at jstveral oC our expsriinental slations lacd on at least two farms, and ihe yield" been salisfaclon-. We [will know more of its feeding value 'ntsL year, but results In Montana have liceti satisfaclory over a number of years, uiosL satisfactory, eiualing corn ensilage, and we have no reason to but that we will equal success In feeding tie ensilage Hhere. The Yields oE sunflowers have been much heavier than lhat o! com.. The two farmers .referred to are in a rather dry section this year, soil dritl- d badly, and they slato thty have al most double the yield or sunflowers tbat they had of corn. The question is storage. Boln these farmers have sifos- One of them built his second silo Ibis year and all .arc. [ll.led will sunflowers, corn and oats in bbtn cases. Uoih these farms are on the bald prairie in the-Moose Jaw district The men operating them are dairy farmers acd Ihey must ensure them selves of feed. This is tbe melho; they are using. The buildipg 'of ILo silo and In iplroduction ,'or Ihe 5ila onlo prairi farms may Appear to be a fatlisL idea Ttey were Lhougnt fadist ideas in al one time, hut now thcr jare liundrtds of silos In Ihe province intl ilielr numbers-are being added each year. If we can get a crop lhat will, in a measure resist drought, tbat requires lo be put through a for feed, then we will get Ibc soils. Fur- ther, sunflowers promise to be Ihe desired crop- As for corn, it Is a crop lhat is not Fully understood under Western condi- tions, nor have- we in farm practice attempted in any measure to work il into OUT farm syalems.' As yel, vari- lies are only suitable for Ibe southern parts of our That In gen- eral ii In Ihe dry area. Iu this area uur stocn has, aa yet bten limited, and here is on our grain farms no great eniand for feed. Further, water for tock in also great reason why slock Is limited, but II is also imlted because feed, bolh pasture and lay, arc limited trops in many years Now bolh on the experimental ata- Eons and on farms in this bell it has Deen found whcal yields as lilgb, even n dry'years, on corn land, on sum merfallow. ThE wheat Is seeded on the corn land without plowing, anr Ihe corn stubble will hold Ihe soil reducing the elfecl of Iht! winds Ir ihe spring monlba. While the corn crop on spring or fall plowed land may not be heavy, H wilt-give al least aome j yield of fodder, even in dry years, it there is enough moisture to gcrmlnala j Ibc seed, and what IB ptrhapa equally important, ihe corn 'Crop will prevent drifting ihe following year -when the land Is seeded lo a grain crop. I The practical problem'is how lo uao iht-se crops in on grain farms. The I corn and the sunflowers will go on laml tbat would be summerJal- lowed. These crops, however, In normal years, will give n amount of feed, an amount of feed lhat cannot be con-sldcred If the whole summer- fallow land was seeded to ilipee ciopa It will only be common sense then (u gefed only that area of tlic summcr- falloft' land Iliat will KIYO a Imlk ol feed that can. be Kiitninnr- faUowIng thfi rciit nf the land as here- tofore. Hut wherever possible (I wouhl urge lhat 33 much of F.uch fceil be utilized as Ibc (arm can handle. 'A'o have bad practically no experi- ence with these1 crops, they arc ellll In the Invcsllga'.lonal stage as far as utilizing on ihe farm lo obtnln higher grain yields In dry, vlnrty scaBons, For this n-pson 1 can, as >et, only mahe suggestion to how IhCsc crops should he rotated with grain crops. to me as Ihe beat mclhod lo try olit Would'ba'as First year, on fall or spring plowed Rlubblo land, plant corn or sunflowers or both. JThls Is on land that ivould he summer- fallovi'c'l. Ilcal 6f EUinmerfallow area nol secJcrl. Second year, wheat mil plou'lng.'corn or siinfiofvtr alnhblr. Third year on spring or fall plowing, sroft wliraL, ofils or barley wlih clover. KoiiTlli year, cut sweet rlovcr Tor hay and plow Immediately, vork- lug h-.nd Oiirlriij' Tcin.alntler cif P'iflb year, very ily at leasil oiu.c [KirhiE llic tola- THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAb oprice TORONTO THE ROYAL BANK of CANADA THE BANK FOLLOWS A LIBERAL POLICY IN EXTENDING CREDIT TO FARMERS. If you urc going to need a loan to buy seed or live- stock, sec the Manager of (he nearest V-ranch o[ the Iloj'eJ Hank early about your This is an invitation lo call at llic Royal Uank the next time you arc in town. Wo advise the purchase ot Canada's Victory Bonds and profitable InvesLmenL iu additlou lo beicg a help lo your connLry. Anv-Branch of Ihia Bank will'lakc TOUT pnbacription without, cliarge. J. C. SCOTT. MANAGin 13m STREET NORTH <3. f. BLETCHER, MANAGEH AVENUE SOUTH P. MANAGER New DAYTON AND STEflUNO BRANCHES L. G. THOMAS; MAKAGCS COAUHURST BRANCH W- B. FERGUSON. MAKAS'H COALOALE SRANCH C. T. MCKINNON, EURDETT BRANCH WhenYou Travel, Eyen in Canada caii-y yuur in .Travellers' ifsued by The Merchants Bank. i'Personal cheques are often refused. Money may be tost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, on the other are cashed by banks, hotels, transportation companies and stores at their face values, and enable you to raise ready money whereveryouhappe'ntobe. If lost, they ara of no value to the finder; if stolen or des- troyed, they-will be replaced without extra charge. Use them for your next journey. BANK d Office: Montreal. OF CANADA. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, BARONS AND NOBLEFORD BRANCHES, Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, D. R. MacKAY, Manager. M. A. KILPATRICK, Manager. Lost! One lifo InEliranco policy, Two Victory Bonda. S25. iu cash. l 8evoral importantvrocoipta. Thiak of tho QTipanso In time, trouble and money you would Incur In re-placing any of tho above-. Protect "your Deposit valuabloa by rentlnfr Sartty Our fw Is small. UNION BANK OF CANADA e Resources cf LETHBHIDGE BRANCH, A. DUNBAR, MANAGER Branches also at Cardilon Barons TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Convenience, security and economy are secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques issued by this BauV, They enable the bear- er to identify himself and are readily converted into the current coin of any foreign country. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND UvTIlURIDGli BRANCH, R. T. lirymncr, Manager. Capital and Reserves Total SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES l.olhhrldec................... II: M. Hanson, Manager ....................J- K.'Atkinson, Mnuagnr Cardston n. Manager TnLjer J. AV. Dorau, Manasef AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED-TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE FOLLOWING Live Stock, and Household Fiirmture For." the Piirpese of Settling Partnership on the Account of the Death of One of Ihe Par-lntro. On Hay Hqv. 24th 1919 AT TWELVE O'CLOCK N, W. V4 14-8-21, Sk MUes Southeast of Lethbridge, .Two Miles South of Jail Farm. 2 Durham cows, 4 and ft years old, rresh In Dec.; 1 Holsloin CTW, 3 years old, fresh In Dec.; 2 gr.ido'Jersey coVs, C years ol''. frcah In Dec.. 2 Jlolstelr, cowa, 3 years old, fresh In January; 4 n- year-old cows, fresh in Durham liull, 2 years old; J IIoTslpln heifer, 9 montliB old; t2 Durham heifers, 9 oiontlis old; li Durham steers, 9 months old; 1 Holslein heifer, 4 months old; i Jersey heUcr, 4 months old; C Durham heifers, G months old; '2 calves, 2 mtmlha eld; 5 store hogs, abouL 100 lha.; 2 gccse; l gander; I P. ft. 0. gang plow; 1 wagon and rack; 1 Van IlninL double ilisc drill, grain seeder attachment, nearly now; 1 buy rake; l bull rake; 1 over-throw stacker; 1 SD-gallon cooking kettle; 1 Ibs. per hour Dcalricc'cruam separator; a. numhcr of milk cans and pails; 2 seta heavy work harness; 1 dfnlng table; 1 bed.1 nnd mntlreaa; shovels twnl numerous other articles. Tills slock is all hay fed and IB in fine condition; an ex col lor. L dairy strain. TERMS CASH---FREE LUNCH GEO. P. PORTER Auctioneer 327 Eleventh Street 1692 BUILD YOUR OWN HOME Bring in your plans and specifications and let us figure on Lhem. We are now in a. position to negotiate Loans on the possible notice. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS LETHbRIDGE. ALBERTA Few Men Desire To Undertake Tho proper administration of on Estate Is no easy Itvgk.1 K [ml on Ihe shoulder's of nn Individual, It demands an amount ol llmo nrvl t-ATf. lliat To-.v hualnesa men cnn wllKiigly eparc Irom Uiclr moreover, anything happen to Ilio Icfora the cslalc [3 BoUlcd, confusion. Ullgnffon nnd wllh nccompany- Insa, frcqncnUy vcsuK. Tho'Trusl In mlmlnlalratlon of projicrfy Is (ho logical nnawcr to Ihe qucstfoa ot wliom (o ntinno as your Kxecnior, Consult ua now about this Important mailer, Hie .Trusts and Guarantee Company, MM CALGARY AND LETHBRIDOe, ALBERTA LETHrMDGE OFFICE: DANK OF COMMERCE BUILOINO, J, W. McNICOL, (NSPECTOR. Public Admlnltlralor nnd Official for Lhe Jirdfolal of Lc'.hbrlrlgc, Mnclcoil, Mttlicins Wilt, Calgjry, Red Deer, Stcttltr, ;