Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1917 ITEMS OF INTEREST TO .Census Report on Yield Of Crops in Past Year 16. Tie census and I issued today a rejwrt THE'-AORiCUUTURAU VALUE- OF GRODNO LIMESTONE Farm Nolel. The favorable'Influence ol .available, lime on soil fertility Is a well eslab- llshed (art and one, that Is now widely recosnlted by farniers. This ,conclu- is the. result ot practical eiperl- 130 SI bushels and In 1SH ISO tresn- )n maill. plrts ite world auij U (1-, the year. Tne averse [Uuy sunporteJ by scientific leslt- Quality and value ot the value- ot the potato crop is fl per nlony- jianv solis are last ear. root ii.i ioJJer crops age and oaudll ou on fill waest town for ISIS and Ihe pre- frassorMl piovilns. The area this vear nailer root and fodder "rops consisting ot Ihe acre-1 us against Si cMits list year. as car- October 31 of ol the crop isjjsi.- D0nst0 ol .such soils ra- i as compared with JaO.SSS.SCO t treated la respect to manur- I culltvation. dralnago finJ rotation s, are emocs the most produu- cultivatlon'and The loss of-fertility k. reason ,fw Uod." Iho progress ol certalrj to become'Inhabited, i Is-vi-as i tide seen In oue-of tlfn IrtstSrfl'fiyn farmers T -J-T -Perhaps -a. On tha-.ihst there !5 always'soua'iwv'iil" other. dlitlcull cotrfflct.croi They a amounlxof his year. By provinces the potato -yield Is_____ hidiest In Prince Edwanl Islata and known to agriculture. X'ora Scotia, 115 bushels, the remain- other hand, there are other etc fcav and dorer' "aTlVlfa' Ins provinces Iwine In'order ol yield dent In lime, owing to the yovertr In to buWls acre as JoHows: British iime of the racks from which they lo about 9 "i 500 acre- as compared Columbia IM-5S; Alberta IM.lo; New wero originally derived or to dculo- Lf'is'l all crops Ontario 133.07; Sas- U0n through long continued cropping----------, __.._ HcertiM bwtJ shariBg ta !ta kalchevan itf; Manitoba 106; Que-: .ntT drainage.' ,H .Is thoso soils thai'the WraMhut thelr'niHiers bSori (hfe ralae prices bee SO. The'prlfes per bashrt by pro- profitably respond lo liming or appll- pen' large crops and nothing TMV of about nuf. is irllK.be give barn peculiar coudlcts that agitio. ono ftoJs (lluiEelf lost. It Is erroneous to p'no 'man's Ie4chlnea -.all' HncV of. agrlciiltu're. ProU" ;ably IhV.best Ihr 'armor to Is to "c.aM out nil lltei 'does Bo'l-al .his all.lh'eorles klve Authorities uut he has and formed hli QKTII oFlri-" on. Kill soon rbe farmer iuot'e ypeia'moreVtimer study- Ing hE agricultural co-tdltlonE. It would profitable for every farmer to ect' In touch with his nearest cl 7SS92.000 bushels, as compered acres la 1916. Q[ fodder corn wllb 6S237COO bu'hels list year snd yield is tons as asainst 601 000 bushels In 1915; hnt the S07.750 vear and sugar beets tociease for this year Is due lo the tons against _71.000 Ions. larger erea planted (G56.95S acres as compered with 473.0vO acres ia Fall Wheal and Fall Plowing Tlic area estimated to be savra to and not to the yeild per acre, which avaraglng only 121.61 bushels Is the lowest pa record, eicepline the year when tho average .was 11S-35 bueheb. The average yield last year was 133.S2 bushels; In 1915 It TBS m THE C.P.R. GIVES YOU ;TWEnTY YEARS TO PAY An iamaise K.TI of the mact fertile' Ixbd in Western Canada for vale at low pncts and easy terma ranpnff from Sit to 530 for Earn Uwla wjih Uods op to One-leatb dqn, balance if 'Ton visa vidua' rwenry yean. la Und far uk without for fxrci biifldfflfa, etc. op to ia hraty LitvitAt only6 per cent.' yMT opportunrj to increase yoar holdlnga bj psnaf adjoining yiror fritnda "For Utcratnn and 'pair 'Uculjn' apply to'AIUa Cameroo, Gcoen! Strperimeodeol >M FJI51 Smrt. fall "wheat for season rii.lis acres or 4 per cenL less than tie area sown in .1916 for the crop ol 1911; In Ontario the hard and dry con- dlllon-ot tie soil nsade it difficult to sow .fall irheat, and lie area sowc la estimated to be about 1 per ce'uL" less i than last year. In Alberta there. Is I shoTrn be a slight Increase, 334 acres''as'. compared with acres." There are also ?m_iil_acrea5 sown to fall wheat in Manitoba, acres; Saskatchewan acres and British Columbia 3.476 acres. The 'cond'tion of'fall wheat an October 31 for all .Canada is SO per cent ol the irith cent. -Jast rear., In Ontario lie con. JlgUl 1UAUJ3 Ollu, -J drained'tolls', mucks'And light loams I f drained soils. Though, qhlcfclline 'or slaked are forms particularly valuable, for i heavy chiefly-trotu their bene-j tlclal ettect on'Ihe texiure'bf" tlltfi'of f soils, Improving'Jheir aralc'aga and rcnilerlog them mellower and more easily .or crush- ed llmestona'has proven' a most 'suit- able and profitable, form of lime'for 'application to soils of many types and Is to be generally .recommended. Ei- apillcatlons can_do no harm as may bfl the, case quicklime. renL and in Alberta a" Dressings inay-.'be from. t.rfO to'five tons per broadcasted 0.0 the pre- pared soil and; harrowe'd In. ..i.. conducted by' lie Di- vision of Chemistry-'of th'a Esp'e'riiiien- Ul. In Eastern during tie past five years'have'Shown that many points an application ot I Might 'NEXT "HAVE I MADE 'ANY PRO- .VISION FOR MY. .''WHO ADMINISTRATE' MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO2 -fTITijREFbRE i WILL'APPOINT'THE N The British Canadian Trust Co. a Corporation, Never Dlea) 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA h highest In price. Tula (i the Kill fowl, dress at once, thoroughly, draw, then cut lult cou- Dip Into cow water to iRsureH'ksDlIueaj. In wire basitct or rh.oeseiloU) aud' boll andl uieat eau bo reuipyed from bones cas> ily. Then from bolrlnlr liquid to nie'al Irolu In as sections'M hot Into hot (lass jars or caus; fllljara with pot a tier It has beou wncea- tratc4 teaspoon- ful oC Bali per quart oE meat, for soaluK; put "rubbers u cap: of Jars )nlo position, not tljbt. Ctp ind tip tin cans. Sterility Cor the lenilli ot lime Elven belay lor tbe type of i Water "bath, hoiaomade'or com- laerC'liil (Quart Jare) Water seal, r" T4; pounds steam pressure' 2 to. 16 pouaUs-ateaai i pressure i Remove Jars. .tlgliloA foters; Iv vcft to cool and lest joluti. the vcry.lwi' types ,ot rubbers should bu used. YOUR GRAIN SHIPMENTS will i-ssl cireful attention when billed U notHy tin Canadian Commission Co. LIMITED" 802 UNION TRUST OUILDING, WINNIPEG, We.are eXMrleneed grain and competent to fet you the best poulbli rettjlti. Our work li prompt, aoeurite and tLlacented-Bonded Satkatoon pfflca: 610 Canada Bldg. WE REtOMMEND BUYING ;Itie Trusts and Giiafantee Company, limited AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE -JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. OF "MACLEOD, MEDICINE i! HAT, CALGARV, RED DEER, .STETTLEH, 'cenL is estimated to hate been plow- ed by October 31, the percentage, being JO (or compared irith year, 37 lor SasXilchewan as against 2S and 33 (or 'Alberta a'i agalhsl 21. INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Montreal; j-iVor. B. Moore, chief'clerk to. OEdtin. 'jrlcb-vreiir of Ihe Canadian Pacific Hallway; has been valuable for the clover crops -mie establishment ol wbich may "be" considered as tha Dials of pfolilable farming. The following two Instances" Illustrate the benefits Ibel may be derived -from' ground Jimeslone' ap-" plied In Experiment III at Kentvllle, N.S., 'on a sandy loam "a plot ivas treat- ed poWdF'or fish scrap, 233- poundj ol_acid phosphate and_.100! pounds of mirate icrb affliPay YwBIbby There Is.a decided'ad- OF CANADA deposfflng- ''your 'ho'useiceeplng morrsy Jn'the Union Butk of Issuing Chegues fpr-your expenditures.; You avoid the risk ol keepiiig a cohsl.derableisumlri your home or carrying It. whe.n a each wtwn cashed, tiecomits aHecelpt LETHBRIIXiE BRANCH A. F. S. TiUjm, Manager CAR06TOM BRANCH f. BARONt 'BRANCH Manaaar. BANK OF-'-CANArOA HEAD brnCE foaotrfo' Your Reserve J-f A Rcjcrrc Fund it HI necessary. loan individual as it is Bank Com- mercial House. It gutrantees strength and createi the ability ttf meet reverses sh'oufd, they> come, Ut your Reserve Fund be :i (Savings Bank Accountwith the Bank oi Canada. In- current com- Increase of S.9 busbels of _ the second year 11S15) lie rotaUon.the leriU.li.ed but plot produced't "of an increase 61-1 pounds due' to tie liming. In Ufi fall tne i'frermaUf-on i made It stand biit In! striirlne contra5t lo-ib'e'btherj In the1 series'. .1 At'Cap Rouse, P.Q., on a sandr sresj-in barley, wheat-and peas, were'treated In 1915, to an appllca-l lion of two tons 'of eronnd limestone per acre. Tbc following results xvcre1 lie prgdupl.iieinBeiprifted In pounds of gTaln'harrejied per acre.' Darlej: average ol 3 varljtles, limed 3900, unllmed 5151 Oats: average of o varieties, lined unltaed 8- 540. Wbeat: average of 1 varieties, limed unllmed feai- aveV- pi can because v Puii, retreaiL? because ;they ciits 'and by the niost approv- FREE AIK PHONE KO. 7SO RITCHIE 208.THIRTEENTH BEST SKIM MILK Utlltae Food n'-Ftf u All ESIm milk should be oone wasted. "It should furnish the maxi- mum of food to huinari-.teliiBa and docs this betler when' used direct, as cottage prepared .battermllk, or other by-producls, lhan. when 'red to enlmalB and concerted Into .iheat. Surplus sWm.mllk'niay' be Bieil'eto- nocolcally lo feeO ICO.'pouods of It. which will produce 15 pminda bf cheese, produce- only 4.8 'rjounda' o( dressed fed vflth' mllK if made Into collage cheesa fur- nishes nearly seven llnifjsjis iaich protein and nearly aa m.ucbVeaeTiy-ai dressed PorC It Vouid pfodtice; 'of course Ihe most riourishmen fa obtain Ed-.jrben. iMa'- milk -direct ither [or drinking or coofclog. As far possible, T'rallk shduld ,bc .used for human and only IBS excess fod'lo v- tillermllk llk Is equal to' skim milk Jor feeding while '.wbej; li'-hiW' aj valuable.' Whey, being loW (n" protein, ia not well sulled [or ycrnig aid should be fed lo didder, anlrnals, Ordinary grass 6i green rye, oats, sorBhum, rape, clover, alla, or beans cab the '-plica of skim aiflir 'after ihti .flgi get a atari.' .Mucli green teed ctn nfls- eJ .wltioul greatly. acre- age- o( olher. Calvca and plga dolir'eli.wtteii iionie skim 'mllk'Js tiler' fleeJK only 'or a short and In llmlterl nulnlllles. Eicejil-ifheiC very yoifrig animals, most ccdnornlcally wrfcn'iiftrreiitented' with grain. For dalfr JatiiV Be >nk5ilttilrjd rretf; are five or sit weeks later: Dy jmtelltnWgVKnhj'iS bultermlltrf i'rid >hey: (n animal feedlnr, mar bo reltfaed tat.) ccoWflg, (or fondcn'jlng.'or lot inailM k Victory should yWsubsoibe for 'stake, Canada must money ip .isuppoVt Ttju'Banfe'wIlf accept Victory Bonds to the amount'. of from f any' one person for safe- keeping for' one 'year charge.' ,V Loans 'will be to wage earners for enable y'Ou t'-- THE UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE iMORSES V AT ,THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND .FEED BARN November :-v O'CLOCK 44 HEAD OF.KARES AND broken. 1 mure', S yeara.oltL.JSM. niaichcd teaiii.' years old, 2SOO and inares, 6 and 7 ye i Ibs.; 1 and n i old, SiOfl Ibs.; J team p( seldlngs. 6 ye S3 HEAD. OF CATTLE: 6 choice dairr cows, mllkins now; 7 hleli gradtrVJe'rsey.heifers, 3. yeara old.'duo to he'fresh froni Febraary milking" slraln; fjits.. 2 JerEey'.heirer'calves; 10 heifer.calves, 8.bull IHPLEMENT3: S lumber Vagons, new; 6 Mti'of double leam harness; 2 scls of 50.! 'j drlrlng homcEs; :3 setn ot single tarness; I double nearly 'iiew; 1 Brome hack, good ,3heM> cosl when noW (SOO. be aold ai the proprietor. i TEBM8 i.ldjhla farm. J..A..S.MJTH, Auctioneer' A-' ITI O'> A AUCTION ALE .More P A TTl 17 Wvl 1 Lfi. f'THE' FINEST. CATTLE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TROM THE OF MR. WALTER STOCK, Y aid CALVES, ETC., FIRST DAY PURE BRED REG1STEKED BULLS, SECOND DAY 60 TWo Year 75 450 (inin tbove Beirtioned cowi uid rtfirftred Darbun BdQt.) J .42 Pure BfedRegirttredDiiTiitm Balk On iceounl ot the volnnfarr enlistment of Mr. Ooorge ROM ID f the ha and hh.father, Mr. hare ..Bold irll.ll.S'cattleofi-thclfhbme'ranci of head In i OlllesDle ahd Oiam auctloh lo Hit public. Tbln was .built up by the Messrs.. Ross from coirs hough t front "ine' Itaotts Jfslnlrye to in paperi wiui eypry pun. Tho Tenitora will. altciij for oulslde buyers, Sto.'k -curt, JlMriit Inspection :apil Henlth eertlricalcs havo been arranged for, to (tvoli! CASH. Cuiwh .Will VejrvW ;ori. (lit jrounji by ttre J, A. aiLLEtPIE, J. H.