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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK an THE LFTIlBHITXIE-DAILY HERAU1 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1917 ITEMS OF INTEREST TO FARM'S R Experimental Farm Note While the Central Experimental Farm lias yet In its iufnucy tie neces- sity for InslalUne a syslcm of uucler- drainace was realiicd. From year lo Year the system has been Improved and extended until nl the presenl time a rery complete drntnage scheme- la In operation. Soil conditions vary sreally. Tho rurtace soil ranges (rom to rliy Trtth all Inlerrenlng types. Besides (here are considerable areas ot muck. The subsoil Is of the same vsritbla character and In many places the problem ol combatlnG quick or run- ning sand Is encountered. Tue win- tour of ihe lacd may be termed sently to' abruptly rolline. inclined lo form pockets or basins, and on the whole having Hide natural outlet. Under these conditions, the problem of drala- Ege vas rather a difficult one cnt.i 1- Ing considerable thoujat ond accur- ate work. Three main outlets are used, two located at Iba irfjtern and one at the eastern boundary, la el-. I'lanillou of Ihe system It may be de- fined as a combination or lion ot the herrlns-bone. gridiron and across-ihe-slope systems or drainage. The first described system Is well sulled to drsla poada or the second or gridiron system Is adapt- ed lo level land whero Ihe draluagq required is fairly uniform; the icrvjaa- the slope system Si used on side bills and slopes. Clay tile were used throughout, ruryine in slza from 3 to 10 Inches. Tile smaller than three Inch were con- sidered loo small in this instance and are not recommended for ordinary. conditions. Siuil Iraps or sill basins are ludls-1 reusable, furnishing clearance tor the llna sand Ibat enters Ihe lllo and which, if not provided for, would lodge In and clog such tile as are laid ou semen-hat less lhan a two-Inch j grade. These sand Iraps are of dif- ferent according to require- ments. Some are six feel square while ins majority are approximately four feet square, eitftud'ng inlo tho ground aboul two-feet helow the out- let thus providing ample space for conViderfiule deposits of sand and silt. The Iraps are enclosed by con- crete walls sti inches thick, flush will Ibe surface ot tho ground and covered by concrele tops 'provided with manholes protected by gratings. at ouce; wish carefully tod cool 'cut Into 'conven.len.1' lloua and pack M once Into (loss Jaw fill wllh boiling water; aid level tea', spoonful nor put rubber .aud cap In position, not (fEht and aler- Pnpared From SUie Ibe, length of 'given "Below 1 I9f. (ha.one, particular lype of outfit you are using: Poultry clubs are palllns Ihelr sur- Waler.balh, homemade or coru- How la Cm .F.id, Lry' a fxnie of Feeding I Have secured the agency for tKe Chevrolet and Oldsmobile cars. If you are contemplating purchasing a new car it will pay yofl to consult me. We handle Chevrolet accessories. J. Bo BARONS GARAGE BARONS, ALBERTA WE RECOMMEND BUYING The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited i Calgary, Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR ANP OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, STETTLER. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ornce TOBONTO Thrift Thrift ij the foundation of Great success in this greatwar, Thrift may be the foundation o{ your success in life. Depotit your surplus in our Saving Department. is tllowed at current to principal or half-yearly. j31 C. F. BLETCHER. Artnue They located, as far as practicable, adjacent lo roadways, fences or other suitable places to ensure the least pos- sible obstruction In cultivated f.'elds. The tieplh and distance apart of Iha drains vary with soil conditions. In clay subsoil, the literals are as close aa forty feel at'A depth of epproxl- feet. In lighter soils, Ibe laterals are farther apart and oft- en deeper In the ground, especially towards the owlets, plus slock Into cans jn.rl Jars for uesl] .piirclal....................... 4 .With rcgaii lo tho maintenance of witter. The recipes used by the club Water 2H decrees 314 a drainage system the mosl Important members to can foods, prepared from 5 pressure 3 factor (o observe ;s to prai-lk-e lrpn ..ore and coal In the ground, and. of service to .the country. THEREFORE I WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. (Being a Corporation, Never Diet) v 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA Unrcijerve'd AUCTION SALE Of Farm Stock and Implements Oh Tuesday, November 20th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ONE MILE WEST OF COALDALE THE FOLLOWING HORSES: 1 black mare, 5 years old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 sorrel mare, 6 years old. 1500 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, S years old. 1600 Ibs.; 1 mare, S years old, 1000'Ibs.; 1 bay mire, 7 yeara old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 black mare coll, 1 year old; G mares geldings, from 4'io years old, weights from 1500 lo 1400 Its. CATTLE: E cows milking, 3 lo S years old, bred lo Shorthorn bull; 2 heifers, rising 2 years oM; 3 heifer 1 Shorthorn Durham bull; 2 lambs; 2 cowa, 3 years old, duo to be fresh shorlly; 6 cows, from 3 lal years old and due lo bo fresh and April. Theso cowa are of Iho dairy lypa'and are good onei; 1 heifer, rising'three years old; 2 hclfcre, rising 2 years old; 1 hellfr. calves; 3 steer, calves; 1 Hpbtelu 3 years old; i llolsleln bull, rislbg 2 years old. IMPLEMENTS: j nay slacter; 2 bull rakes; 2 raowors; 1 hay rake; 1 double disc la and out throw; 1 lumber ivagon and Loi; 1 hay rack; 1 eel of Iron harrows; 1 set of Icara harness; 1 potato.. planter In :wdrldng order; 1 Emerson sulkj-'piow' At tKe Proprietor ha> purchased a farm'iri everytninj ViirSi'" sold. J TERMS CASH '-'.E: ECKLOFF.-O" L. McGUIRE, Cltrk J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS .At my farin'N. W. 21-8-20, 9 miles south east of Lethbridgt and 6 miles south west of Coaldale, on 19th 12 mllsh.c aed to be In S. ll, 2 yeara old. ws; 6 hclfcraj rlalng Shears old, BUO- '''lecr 1 Shorlhorn heavy team of geldings, 3 and 10 years pld; 1 heavy 5- and 6 1 old filly; 1 matched mare and gelding, 3 year? .old" 1 team of "pony mares; .C fillies, 1 year old; 1 auclilng coll, filly; 1 pure mare, 10 years 'old; 1 pure bred Clyde v mare, 5 years gjd; -1 piirfltbred horse coll, 5 months old; -1 bay mare. 3 years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrol mare, 3 years ,old, weight 1 bay mare, S years old, .weight 1300; 1 pure bred Suffolk Punch mare, 4 years old. In foal, weight 9, 1300; 1 bay mare and colt, 7 yenre oM, welgbt 1300; 1 driving maro, S years 1100; 1 (jrown.nuro nnd colt, 9 yeara old, -weight 1500; 1 bay geldins, C years old, weight 1600; 1 grer gelding. 5 cars weight 1500; .1 .lea.ni lirpwn, geldings, 8 and .9 team matched brown geldlngsj'G 2SQO; years jjldL wcignl i pure bretl rcrchcTdn'atallibn', 3. yenra old, Ibs.; 1 pair .geUl'.. B'anu 6 years old, weight 3000; -l-hoVso .colt" 1 yearold; geldings, 3 year'a old. 1 bundle wagon and rack: 1 aieil drill; 1 surface luchfr; 1 sine, plow 12-Inch alubble ind bruat- er bolloma; 1 John Deere gang nlow, 14-Incb stubble bottom; 1 walking plow, etubble and breaker bottom; 1. fencing machine; i' gasoline engine, 6 h.p.; 1 gasoline engine, 1 h.p.; 1 feed jrrinder'': 1 fanning mill; l.seU double harness; Z sels single .cream separalor; _.l galvanized knock-down lank, 28 barreia; 1- pump and sink] 1 Chevrolet touring car -will be offered for Bale wllb a SALE C'OMMlfJtES 10'A.M. TERM3 CASH. LUNCH AT P. MAX DONALDSON, Owner FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS: On Monday, Nov. 19th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AT MILTON WARD'S I'LACE AT DIAMOND c THE FOLLpWINGl HOH8E3; 1 lorrcl Icain gcldlnBa, well thalched, S and yeMi'.; old, 2800 )bs.; i bay learn goldlngs, well matched, 7 nnd 10 rears 2500 Ibs.; 1 sorrol mare, 8 years Ibi.; 1 sorrol horie, .47 years old, 1150 1 bay coll, 2 years old. good fhllih 3-yeara1 old heifer, wllfc yonnfi'j calf, 7 a-yCRr olrl heifers; 1 steer calf, about monlhs old; 1 coif, about nionlhs old. IMPLEMENTS: 1 Mnasoy.Jfsrrls binder; 5 McCormlck mower; I disc; 1 set of hnrrows; 1 sulky sod and Blublilo 1 Wclier wagnn. 3'A; '1 "Moling wagon, 1 Weber wagon and' lonk, W, 1 l.naggy wllh polo; 2 Ml Umbers, Inches 4 sets of food work harness; 1 set driving double; I harncia; shovelj, chalna, forks, and ij1 hundrcil mil 6no arttcies (oo numerous lo mention; 1 sli-rootn brklf' house, 24x32, full liaacmcnt furnace, 2 6Cil60; food bare for 8 head garage ISizii, 'FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD QOOO9, ETC.: 1 solid oak cr and stand; 1 thrce-ituirtcr osk ilroaser and wash 1 enameled dresser and wash Manle ,dresMr and I ilandM prai.an'd.eiamrl beds; 4 ditt ttriags; 1 (ablca; 2 board and chtna.cablnct; 1 dining room 4 dlnlpr room 1 Homa Coitfti fr'eih I bbtllej apple jelly; 10 quirla of ptacn, and plum preierrei; carpets; linoleum; aid household MILTON WARD, A. ;