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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i�AGF. EIGHT- nil'. LlvPHpRIDGK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMIiKH 1U, l!M� OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER SOILS tFarni'r.s' .Vhocue � A subscriber writes. "Coiiid you toll me \vhf,t to do with my ntUiili land? Will timothy, red top. or sweet elovor prow on it? TJifis a sood growth of native grass on it. hut when broken up. It yields a" ver> iu nt GIRLS! HAVE II MASS OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR, SOFT, GLOSS!, WAVY A Small Bottle Destroys Dandruff and Doubles Beauty of Your Hair. Within urn niinutPs :ificr an appb rut ion of Hauilerine \"it can ti; : r�* J T. sinirio U.ieo of dandruff or i;iliiu,i liiiir iilit! your scalp wii! not itrh. bu. �what will please jiiii niibl will b lifter a tow weeks' use. when >o\i new h:iir. fine una dow.iy :n fir.-t j-i s -but really new Ituir � jTrowlnc all over tli'' scalp. A li.tle, Ikii-.tk nip' iinniediatelv �b)iibi-\s the beauty of your hniV. No difference how dull, .'ailed, brittle and nerapKy. ji'sl ninist.-u a cloth wii'.: DunuVriit"' and �. iin-i'iilly draw it throuKb your hair, t.ikitn; one sinail frrsid at a ii!".Te. fi'eel is am.-ir'r.-: -�your li,tir will '>� -ir.i't. iT.i.'l'y and wavy, and 11 !v. aopt ar.iliee o." tihutHaricc: an :n -o.-'tpjritb'.e iustre. eoff!ie.-�s aid iii\'iriat:eo. Get ;i s:;i.t!l lioti'.F e- Knowlton's Ilandei-in. iror.i :. ct counter for a th.it your h.iir litis u::y -that it k injur;-.! '��;> carol, all-you s'lieiy hair and lots of i It little Dan;!.: in- !1Y iilUi.Stor' '�-v .�� i�;s a a* p:vlty is !) -.-a r. -> tr �ar. Iiavt > a-.-.t! *ofi i;l-'t ! �>,! or jo lh.ll's lieaaii'.ul :i th:.: i. : a '.:.�� ' >rin '.-.-�!-- !. !.. C...-!c:u!' " .11.1; s.o !: ml th" ir.fl.iminafleit -o.'o- moisl ui-e." i What to tin with alkali iiind is a '� problem which confronts many firm-1 ers in a greater or lesser decree. Alkali consists of various salt,-, which are present to some decree in all soils. The iroisture in the soil contains ihe salt., in solution, I'tider conditions where (lie salts not eomr to :ne surface, the land is i.-cnerally wed .rained and the water vita the salts in solution drains awav. In othrr eas-> the water docs not drain away, hut finds its way by capillary action to the ! surface, where the water evaporates � leaving (lie stilts op the surface of the soil. Alkali is more preval lit in th" drier regions where the rainfall i ti'" surface l>y cipiltary .o 'i"ti and by tli.- p,-oe..-s* of evap.ir-.�a on '.i's ar left in tile lop layer e; soil ati.l we have alkali !-i:i:l. Obvioiis!>. tie prevent ior, of evaporation is ;i ureal i.-.ct"V in .-eelai.-nini: alkali soils. Kvapora'ioii may bt> p.re-c"it-':l to some cNt-'n" ia ditfer.'t'.t ways. Jir.iinaKe is important, shic i: ertiois away th" .-ur,du.. water, which �would ordinarily b.- liel.I by the soil and sr.oHi.-illy ev.iporat'-i. Plowing ver> deep, ttttts f course.  if ureal val-i" in alkali district. A.cain. ceitnin piaais will iibsorh consider-' able iiu:i!!titi�-s of white ::ika.li without niiiei; re:aril.v.ion of tin ;> rtro.vtb. and tin ,-e r.i.'.y ii" u.-e-l as an a'-tent in tlio I roelatmi;ion of impregnated areas. | Sugar beets .ue t.niarktib',.- taisr.iu: j of al'-;.i;i-. : tio'.r ^r.iv.-lh removes Jar^" ; quati'.:;:'-.'.- of tje tniii'-ral salts. �o tiiai .'in a (�� too Mi!.'.- tor stoeir. but -v:;t.-!-!!a! ."..!�)� is stnii. we think ..- ;-> v.el! e-jmpenrate for the ions at th-' i-roji ; tie- �';> folinwir.R �ug.ir ''"��ts are rt'.i.'.::�'-. ".'.'r.Jl�> r�i tans -sjtiv n'kii: ri si-'ra: p. --ver niiiit- .> ,aai :  >� -s Mo-;. :::iv.' i>.-'�v�n > ery fiirlv -i;; ;f.n-. ipry i:i  .l'ovtjiR d"'..-ter;')r.s -alt-. As tile... .it-., both heed crop-- !io re- side--. 'St::i:!r� ds of oiieratio.'is triv" |e r:i I'.coided by using th- warm wat-rr en:"' for a;i"-miie!tis. Mr. .las. M" J-atiglilin. i'l l-ivau.ston stivot. \V::;nt-] ei� writ os.: "I have sprn; ovr-v flf'y dollars with do.-torr, tryiiii! to cure Appendicitis. Finally 'the dot-tor said 1 must ki> to the hospital at once for an operation "Vour .'.dvertisnnit-m interested me. I liuiishl '.I. H. 1.. t'a.ic.nh'.' which r� l.'-ved.iio- tit once, raid um now ciMii-jiietely cured. Never f Bon--. �nd 1 eat and tdety like a hoy. I tm ptateful to Dr. Tyrrell for this won derful, health Rivlui! invention." Ninety-five per cent, of ull liuinnii Ills nre caused by aecumulated WA�te in th.'. -.:; h: Today is Only f>u Per Cent. f"fi -uii u' cosstuy cultivation assists in r-he-ltinp cvapoiation. and. therefore, in retard-itn: the rise and aeciituul il :o i o[ ailed I'. As for cereals, opinions differ ;.s to the relative rt-sistaitt po'.voi-r. of o.ils nntl barley, lenerally. barley is con siilered do- more successful crop fori ttffecled land tliouith Jen-en has. shown tiiil- to lie more rrstst.i'.ii where I the gr. ater part of i ho alkali is rodt-� inn siilphaUe Wheat is were suscep : tlble Hum ei'hcr barley or oais: of varietits eoniino:i!y sown, the mat'- iciii'oui or ilurutn '.'.heat ar.1 .-�-.itcil tti ; be the m.>M re-istant. I Aaioai, Ho ittnul itrasses that '..a be i Itrown or. alkali l.tad . .ir' ti-oiiiy.  aw nh'ss hrim-.i* craf-.. r-.l t.ip and pel.  eir.iial : -e era-- ll-.i.heire ii is at-I etittiiiiat'-d in I'.iiK'ila to 'bow thnt r.hroiiie itrass \- p.'.rlbails-l.' valilt:b'.e ; for this plirpos-', ;. pie' -.� -n  ly it c.oi j withstand a air ..mon'it of wint-- ' l jo seaiuiies. wit!, perhaps toe e\ :eeptio;i of alfalfa and sue.-: i-!ov.-r. Jafi'c.ir to be particularly sensitive io  i'.lkali. Altai:';', is grown on tr.n t^ I which. sii,.-,-v alkali spots, and. out' fairly e.tablidied. yields laf!;e re turns. To obtain a eaie'i. it is aece-sary th at the tspje-r few imlies ol -oi. in which tiie m e.| must jtenuimue shouhl b" practically free of alkali. When fully grown, no tloulit, the feed ins! part of tile root system of ih" al-falfa is far below tb" l.tyers .s.jj! containiUi! aikali. 'I'ho slri.b' produc-t-tl by the crop i- insM'iinien'til iti pre vei tinr aceu:m:la:i ::iven it a feally fair trial. At tin" rat" practical fartn-' its do not agree with tiiem. and many farmers /ive sweet elovr a promim-nt place in their croppine systems. s�vi-i-t j  clover is be.-oiiiing uatf pointlar every : yijar ia :;>' ;>s - ..ei.r-I -.-itli a t.-.te or >- '� a-eVs,,;.!,, ,1 .,ej Alf.llfa Will >' nut t.'iriv" ia a poorly drained soil. Sweet clover atiapis to a mueh ;'.n\il>�!� variety 01 >.:!.- and eoiiditioes t iiiii .iocs any oiii.-r 1, gun:.-. The balletin above t.u-nt'oat d v.M- iire-. iiareii .se-.o-ral years ai;o aiid nuitiv aij. � i.ioritie; ,irc c!i;iii;-ii;i; their vi.-ws in i rei;ard to sweet clover. We ate of : llie opinion that it is u valuable, crop i lor alkali .soils. PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Some Nuts to c'rack I.- the I' F. A., by !?, 8. Dunham. Fx Vico-l'res ) In these days of univer over the stupentlous vied democracy, it is apprep KtaKO in .1 little levity, old friend .lames Weir. Parkland, in a three colic the Alberta Nond'artis.'.' with us on our view as e that .'he t'.F.A. should in; Itrion to political parte' veiy pointed in tellin "truths." as he culls the closmi! parajtraph of his as tollows: "In concltiKidti. wli.t' and the Nor. Partisan 1 need now as It never -n before, is men ef lite li! of utter fearless'.ios .  sal rejtiicius iiv of world riate lo en-ueccivtly our .\! them e' in age. -; I' ical mm is G STOCK SHOW The 1 in 'l'liatiimal !.i.' w ill he he'd at the I'ni.ei Chicago. Nov. ?.n tt, 11, , peeled to surpass all tiops in point ot numb-r attendance. Arraiu'enietiis are 1 tie" prdvineial departn ture tor a special sb'c; benefit ot farmers, ste-others who may wish sine,',-, whereby tliey toKeiiier both jtoini: sua v. will havi a ve si.uk Snow took Yards. . and is exams exllihi-ttnality and : made by of agricul-ear for the it. and any attemi the all travel returning a tit ial ef- knowlodRo it nil political grasp, and ; a spirit of Kenerour. seif .-arriilce who like Caesar dare toll gray- 1 bearils the tntlli -thhUMii il cost ii crown." ; TliotiHh Jim hardly inetint this n:". ' humor, yet under the circuinstt-nces in j which it was used it appears to us j very funny. True our heimi is getting gray, yet we hardly imagined that, it | took such "llonlike courage," fte\ to i tell us "the truth" Jim evidently lias. I the imnlitles. however, that are men-; Honed in Ihe limitation, and wlfli "it' Keuorous spirit of self-sacrifice'.' he . dares to tell us though I, cost his i crown. � The hotter, yott know our j friend Jim and our own plain self, the . funnier the passage becomes. 1 mid receive Ihe best >-"nit o possible' ia! the lowest rates. This special car, j will leave I'Udmonton or Calgary by j Canadian Pacl'U' railway on or about X iv. t'l'll. returning at end of tin; j show. All parties desiring to attend this. Ihe greatest exhibition on the continent, should coniin.tnicate at once with Alex. Calbraith, Superintendent 1 of Fairs and Institutes. Parliament Building. Kdmotituu. \ Chases dirt does Old Dutch Cleanser. It makes no difference as to surface, Old Dutch works well on anything to which moisture can be applied. It* keeps things bright and clean with little effort, is cheaper than soap and goes much further. Old Dutch Cleanser ; Rhine and to diacuss ipiestions relative to railroads, rivers, ennuis and 1 telegraph and leleplione service. ! The (lennans gave Information con-' eeriiiug the different systems of coin-\ mimical ion and tire destruction effect-1 oil or planned by the (lernians. The Prilish and Helgiaus dealt with the ! territory limited by the luitch-Ue)-| giau and the lintcli-Cierman frontiers. ~-jr.-~l the Rhine and the line of Coblcn-. The French and Americans discussed the region south of Cimrlerol and Bonn, to Southern Alsace. I Hess: That's Mrs. lirabbit-she's a ' grout war worker, j Hob:; Indeed: Hess: Yes; she's married four of 'her daitRhters to soldiers.--Tlt-Blta. II THE ALLIES Paris if it is large, and th. : manure or straw to co\ tin not have the tine tiiis fall. We would what you have he rpr tram north to south ar west side or end of ti. 1 knolls or light spots tic to drift go over this t; it ad t enough or if yott �ad same est that in strips '"ginning at If there are re most apt Nov. B>.--In accordance with Marshal Foeh's instructions, ootlve.W'd through Major Sisternn to the great tierniiiti headquarters. Cermatt military and technical representatives met Belgian officers at Brimcs, I'ri-llsh tii Molts and French and Americans at Nancy yesterday afternoon, says Marcel llutin In the l-lcho do Paris. The purpose of (he meet lags was to arrange the d-'tKil.s of the withdrawal of the (iermans across the Pain ? Hirst's will stop it! ' Used for 40ye�rs tor�lievorheomiitis'lB, lnij)b8B0,Oe�l�lfl�,t|ii�Joii,taBei . back, taotbscho, earache, swollen joiota, gore throat Md oCMrpaio* j ful compUinti. Hare  bottle in the faimie. ABdMltrsSt Write M. ^ HIRST KKUEDT COW'ANY. lUmittoD. CmmI* VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Bank In Canada The only real difference between twenty $5 (iovernment bills and a $100 Victory Bond is, that tho Victory Bond pays oj-i1} interest^ The security is exactly the same. Behind both bills and bond are. tha total resources of the Dominion. Leaving all pentiment aside, it would be imposiibls to find a more desirable investment than tho^ new Victory Bonds. MECHANfS BANK. Head Office : Montreal. OF LP7HHKIDGI-: BHANCH, MONARCH J1KANCH, NOB1.MFOHD iil'ANCM. AN INVESTMENT YOU'LL NEVER REGRET OR FORGET A .welcome interest return brings a Victory Bond plraRuntly to ynttr notice every six months. The repayment of tho .principal Ih cer. tain. The .security is uwiuestlonable. Invest till tho money at your disposal. Buy till il hurts. This BUS Victory (.nan'will need every dollar you have in ord.r to surpass all former records. BUY VICTORY BONDS. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 UETHBRIDGF. BRANCH ,W. A. PARKER, Manager MAGRATH BRANCH -........ -  J. K. ATKINSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH.............W. R. McKAY. Manager CANADA Established 1E04. K. J. DINNING, Manner. V. A. KBKULY, ActiniJ Mnnasier. M. A. KIU'ATKICK, Atting rinnuijer. POTATOES AND GOLD ni<eii h^na lay lieitvhy. le-cauae It tor.es up tV.e fyiten ur.O act" directly on tl'.� '.ayiiiB org�n�. K.-^pii fOTTla h�alth>-- At your dealer's In pVgs., .�:."�> rl-lb. rails nnrt jon-lh. bass Money B.ick If Not Satltfted. AVritrt ti.s for r.�*' btiok on carf of Poultiy. Ifi FREE. Pratt Food Co. of Canada. Ltd., ::t is Cartaw Aw.. Toronto, l'-tf rnhereljealth and -uhtre.lht ''father ie hiiltl. c/t'n in the htnrt of uinin 7 SR/T/SH COLUMQ/A. THF. place where residenta of tho N'orthwest can spend the winter or take a vacation trip with pcrfo"t enjoyment. No extreme cold-average annual temperature for 11 years, at degrees-outdoor life -motoring ove; beatttit'tll scenic drives, pos.-ible with comfort prac tleally all winter. Only a few days' trip-in close touch with home all th spend r/out' luin/vr. \ PACKING SOIL TO i F'ftEVENT DRIFTING ; i h'roin Farmers' Advoeatei. I l.sst spring my .muinierfiillow drift-I od so lituily as to t timpleiely ruin toy ! crop, liecaioin of weed.. I bad lo Keep i It ii-iill cultivated diiriiiK the siimiuer I nun it was what I considered tin on- ; ' ctipl ionally Kootl -.mnliierf.'ilhiw. This year, 1 have found il neci s.-niry to keep i my siimmerfallow cultivated frequent-; ! ly to keep down stinkweeil and if hifch winds occur next spring it will li'iiWy drift. ai;alii unless soniethiiiK i:. done. Would packing the lancl with ,i ciiniiinaiion siirfare and submirface picker prevent drifting? Is there � anything else I can do to prevent it'.'; j .1. II.. Sa.sk. ; � Ans.-Packing the laml as you hiik- : I nest will certainly in a measure pre- I vent drifting. The firmer the soil the less liable If will be to drift. Packing; this fall will probably be-better than ' parkin;; early uex'. spring- However, ' ii the land has been worked up until : if is very loose we would KiiKHest ; nackinK this fall and again next spriiiK ! jui:.t after sendlnK, If you have the . power and labor to accomplish this ! work during the sprlns rush. ; You do not slate the size of your suumieritillow. If It is not too large, tiie KfHttorfUK of manure lightly over It will do much u- ftop drifting. j;va> VICTORY LOAN 1918 It is the duty of every citizen to purchase Victory Bonds, and this Bank is prepared to assist wage earners by making loans for this purpose at 5-y/%, being the rate Ihe bonds bear. Wherever possible, the bonds will be held for safe-keeping', on behalf of small subscribers, for one yc.v.-, without charge. THE CANADIAN BANK ^ OF COMMERCE i UY VICTORY 0NDS (}t|t,j Tiie Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LF.THI RIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILOINO, I. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial DiatrlcU �f Lethbridge, Mnclcod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Had Daer, Stattlar. Are You a Shareholder in Your Country? \X7HEN you aubscribe for Victory Bonds, Canada offers you shares in Canada. These are Canada's bonds, with a fixed period to run, and repayable in full at maturity, just as a Government bill is repayable on demand. But, unlike the Government bill, Victory Bonds pay you interest at 5)4% all the time you hold them. Thit ajraca mada available /or thm u*� of Victory Loan by eourlmy of Union Bank of Canada. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingle*, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT U8 REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC, WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIR3 AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. 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