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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT mrc LF.TTIRRIDGE DAILY IfT.^'LO SAII UDAY. OCTOHKK 12, I1I1H OF INTERE TI' H a: M m.uliiatrd as I FACILITATE ABANDONMENT OF SOLDIERS ENTRY SUNFLOWERS FOR ' .i^-- �-'.ii;or as :i�*r othr-r ovop^ u-i\l tor > : c:isiu*g>.\ s'lcii a> > i".ti. -m;.- an I y..m�; ^ Tht1 :Urtiis arc >oliil and Ifjnc vrr\ juicy. ;t is ca^Uy parU**il in i'i. 1 The imivr-v?iiy also i� U somr oi i.u-: ' i-.Tshly rut sun;1ou-;>r> tn tin* da:? \ .' ! , ow.v I'h".v atti up � wh.H wa> Litvt-n ��i ffuMit It J.a-i a >-.v ,v; :s:i, j lather o'ly waste Yn.1 ^unt'.owrvji � wor*1 ^.iuti ]) May -r> .at t!v: '.r>> o; ; ll)s. In Hip a. jr. wiMi ail oriI::..i:y! The university farm at Saskatoon i;n�n drill, in vow ..-i. !�> has onlorcd upon an experiment ,-topping uP !!�> in:* r-dvill- The t.r.. m\mi\\ L n-* dt kliott* f he : Ti ;ittd maa^"!  in ' tiel.l Th- turlv fall :ro*\: t!\�t-� dnl n-' fh.v al'.v tlr-'i.*\"ii filling (lie isilos. , Evcrjvno that tljere is an i'nunnous ^metUit oi BOurishraont in the serd or siintlow- �tp. hut the use of the whole plant la suuHowors for :lv .HOinethinc ii; h^'^i i a-rn-d far enonph to war- : per aero, rant the university i^suinq anythfnr ofHoml. hut. no possible harm . all. They are following in the foot- i not had an nnaly solve uu*' of f'i hip t"-/d pro: that the aution ha 5 ainee prown larRo I the more arid di^trirt^ o; thv v..-;. enough quantitiea to feed both in the! The wild Minfhnver �:m)'.v.> .w:v ffreen stape and rut up and put in " v;her�. and wh.'re t'ao w-'.-i - i:i!;-wr: silos. SeTeral invMitigations led to , *rrowth� ruitivated sun;!to\ er w ;i! the belief that dairy cow.-* not only' grow aNo The >untlov% �-r :r. tl.-liked the food in either form, but they; Canadian we*t attain-; an  n orttto -produced milk and butter iu quite ar*, height and .*e�mi.-* to t'ariv.. ur.� satisfaetory qunntitiee a-* when fed i eonduions. If it prove* to .� nvr, eorn. cut fireen or aa ensilage. 1'ro-'eedinp on thM data, the university j at Saskatoon has grown this year a ery 5�(flr|ont qunAitHy of ^uuffowers I laome :\6 toadi to test it out alonp; POLICY OF CATTLEMEN with ensilage made from creen oat� ! IS SHORTSIGHTED The mm flowers w�r^ out wh-^u the 1 iKdmor.t^n I* :!! ?:ti  heads were Just forming The stalk* \ s Aron of NVw Y.�rk. who �:a, 1.....n -ontatnln^ a lar^e amount of sueru- ia the chv for a t(MV lIa, , in , . l**nre. ab^ut ."� per cent. watrr. .tud w�rc e*6tly cut with an ordinary corn harvester, and run through tlo- eit-ii >.-ibi- ensilase plant, it will be imp over-estimate tho vaitio of the dirtov th. ir thr Food Will Win the War r-c your country' and yourself by raiaing FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada, The Canadian Pacific R ml way makes $t easy for you to begin. Lands ft I to|30an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated l.vr.dv Get full particulars and free illustrated literature fiom AUIM CIMMOM, C�1 S^L lm* >c: 1�t St. E*.�, CALOARY tion with *h*' in^pf.-*i-�n of rt.'.r U * Hn'.-'.i Kovcrnmo::?. b-t** n :.:i:' W--" Mr At'-'T: > t1:- :�. - -" oi t:i�� hur.\tu of ::i-p- ':r� d t-� ?h� p.'. bouses in tins ,,f ,;. .. this year, far too small a n,a^e was " t'.iii^hcd'" .vud re.tty t - 1 � p .' into the export class. (*nns:-'� ri: [ premium that was ofT^r�-d by tip tsh ministry of foods for pr:np t >!r. Aron felt that it was a i sighted policy on the part of rh*  man a.nd farmer not. to *M : -r | weeks or a few months bcj^**r lease may bo and draw down *h. j prjee. : The spread between * \p^r* | pricrt for the very best Mil it' ;n;.l tj>.� ordinary stuff was wry -harp .m 1 was worth consideration or. the j,,..:* of the man fitting beef for th - t un�t the same w: * r iU; b.-hor i ' i ' i \ 1 1 + BV^ - 'e-,rti a i Two Minutes to Qean The burnished steel-like surface of the ton of the Kootcnay Range needs no polishing. The dusting off or wiping with the stove cloth which always follows the dishwashing, and ia done in a minute, will keep the Kooteuay Range bright and shiny all the time. . That is the only "polishing" it will ever need. No dirty blacking-no cooling down of the ratig* back breaking toil-no soiling of the hands. And the Kootenay nickel-plated oven is just a* easy to clean as the outside of the range. On its smooth, bright surfaces unbroken by rivets or bolts- sanitary as the inside of your bake pans--there is no hiding place for dirt or grease. Just wipe it down occasionally with a cloth, Jess than a minute, and it will be always sweet and cleun. "Sinrlc. in tht Kitcfaan/'- BookUt Frae ThU is ocly one of many features of the Kootto&y Ran^c deacribedinahtAUtifulUttlehockklet/*Servioem the Kitchen," which will be mailed free on request. It tells all a woman w-.mta aaisDowaaottt a range before fthe buyi it. j. Load on Toronto St. Joan, N.'il. Hamilton Montreal Culftur* Winnipeg Kdmuuum Suskaitxm 73 f Enquire from Local Hardware Dealers a! the I'nivorsity he ^ ':i>''' nicdaliM. Mo was president of JL^fc. , tlw class and also held other oHIcoh tit _^ ! the i;ift of. his follows lie was chow- tKejtlnn l.eader> - jet; worn (ho entire imirorsily to read s R Hiinlop. in ehnrfio of the Sol- thr farewell address to Tr^sident Tory, i . tt. . ... . ,twi , ,u...���f diers Settlmnen Hoard othVes m the warn ho was leaving to take charge of i tho Khaki unlversltv. ;rit>'- I'eeoived instructions from Mr. Sinclair is regarded as having ^ hoard at Ottawa outlining the: had especiallv good experience in [ proeedtwfl in the matter of abandon-1 that he wa* bronchi up on a fnrm on ( "�nt of entry by returned soldier*. � which has been one of the best herds jRomo cases returned soldiers have oi . attle in the province, it's father I entered for homesteads, and after-; has be.�n noted for his well bred herd, 'wards found the bind to he unsuit a. Hlackstock (iallivan. Sask,. and'i>hle. The soldiers wished to abandon i ACE OF TWINS EASY FOR U. S. DRAFT BOARD U'llliaiusporf. 1'a. Marli and Twain Urewor, twin nous of Mark Mrewcr of M nney have roj; is to rod w it ho tit pti/-i'.ling the draft board as to whether they had reached i!ie ane of is years. Mark was hovn at 11 o'clock on (ho n*Kht of Sept. 12. I'MiO. but Twain did n'tt arrlvf! until three hours later. .! a.m. Sept. \:\, lloth have celebrated rfepl. 1^ their birthday. Twain Is determined that Mnrlt shnll not gel into the army abend of him if he can help H- Medicine Ht�( council has voted to abolfah the ward pyptent. H S A. of Manitoiu College of Ag rictiitare. has be,>n employed in a sim- this land and the procedure was a lengthy and tedious one. The depart ilar position at th�."t>lds School of j tuent of tho interior has now arrang j A.erii ultu: e. He wa> for a time em-1 r,i the procedure, whhh is outlineil in ; I'hued as instructor m animal hits-! tho fnllowing letter to the super b.tndry a; the Mauiioha college, and I visors: \ r a i k 1 1 * 1 ! 1 \ \ ^ . > * \ * . -1 * * 1 , i i ' 4 ' i ' t t i 4 ^ n ri, * 1 I - 1 f t\'!w -1 ill*1 \\ Hi:: f ^i!rlli ^ tip. \ u: u nit n riil t1 Vi!^t� : n iv : \\ \\ht i* a, t on, I U f n-iMU'v r-n:i^ i�a;ru>ty-vm\k n i i tii" (at1! tlini iii : i'4f u v *;: *. \ or ^ � \\.:h* .uxrii aimral 11 .a \ lb- yt i ;ii the Saskatch- j "The necessity for arranging t�u t'wan i;io i't nmeut to buy st�>ck which t prompt abandonmet\t In th" e'tse of �he> d i** i i bm e amnio; the farmers, j soldier entries has come to our at -Me has also been doinj: extension | tentlon and the interior department! work *or the Manitoba ;n*ditutlon each'have decided that, where a returned; winter, tn addition. Mr. Hlackstock | soldier make** an entry ntider the act' ha- b-en operating a larpe grain and and tind?* the laud unsuitable, and; r-to�l: farm at Ualli\an wtslies to ahnndott the same, he may | a. K. Mey. rs. >npenntendent of Al-jdo -o and receive periun-s-ion from 1 Iierta sidiools. fee!-; that he lias been ] them to re-enter in the ordinary way.! espet ially fortunate in having seciir- but the first entry will not be rlis-[ ed the servio/>s of these men. all of' pnsnd of until our board reports that' whom aro enthusia^f.c live stock men. i there is no loan against it. Some, considerable delay has been occitr- OCTOBER RETROSPECT * 9 ^ h + 11 o w ' v r.-d:- 1 , - i F It e * * k 4 * i 1 ! '� tak-> ouug lad.ies. in one - * *(., i y-'i-.tu: lady. Mi-- I'i ma now \;; . N- I-oa. rina;-. i � :i x .'irs" t'tub-r >: �am ".- it i- not net 'o :.'.ke the av- tio're i-; nu r�-a-iadi*w ho t:trm 1 n-d * ," s'H' k and .11 h-' :' ir:n v. �:rk. .n ( Mxpcrlinental I'arms - Ncde.l Tin e-diing throu�hout Canada is in nil -Aing ami the 'nia' e-Mmates of j available. The ring in previous cases of abandon- ; ment. the interbn- department. rf�fer here for a report as to whether there is a loan aKHitc*t the land We iu turn have to ask for a report from the provincial offices. All this involves considerable delay "The interior department, therefore. iff*" 1 l * �  i '-I * ' � y a k* * i i * el' !:� 1 1 J . 4 f 1 ) i * I 11 4 1 j * i 1 * 4 i .  � h � - 1 t l . j I CI M 1 * 1 t i - Cs H! '.'  .u-taV' r uar-e tin- crop will soon > .eld per acre will \ary greatly in the, diderent provinces ae. ording us the} , .. , , ,. . wea-hev conditions have been favor- ***** �hnt the offices of the Soldierj aide or otherwise. In contrast if the ^H^ment Ho.ird. whenever they re- ; returns from a series of farms in any Tlve an application for loan m con-, localitv wen. compared, the vields per nertion with an unpatwited quarter-; acre of these farm, would be found to which does not re oh I hem. varv much more than th* averace j ^roijsh the Dominion lands agent.! M.d'd per acre of the various provin- . jetton of unpatent-i l-mini.-n b.Md,. ties and seed t tnp should be immediately ad I- N ab.olutelv .-s^nfrnl If one | vf"(,'I- the agent will note the Moth* the i\,rni desirou-* of iinpnunn- I 4 I 1 1 ra th*�ir t :aip *>\Aii vieiil thr ordinary riiiir-*^ hut t: � \ i 1 *^ 4. i * hi-.rge against the pmninion lands tn advice .ii. to the receipt t�f ap[�Iiea'iort and ,ip provul of loan should m t T J- ' 1 i r 1 F i 4 i 1 al ' \' > i > i j 1\ 4 |i ^ rhaT rhev kfnut :-"ilr'' - : hi>* (pennon many \  .ig lad- have Tooled themselves to their own � :t ls detriment. !,?r" oa tlie �.a-*Is of the hu-heis sown. This m^n; of the need for dNea-e, tplt. r in:-method i> without jc a - : i-.i I value. Kor r.ill. the v.triety how a. the ,|uaid> of instance, oats sov.u at 'he rate of? the Heed, the date of needing. *-U '� *k� ci : two and a half bushels w'.'.l give Jitst ' is large our ntjnd ju-t what factors are rp�poni**M This i anno: dnnt- sntrl nnly flftoen 1 liRrntly unless *.n.� know * ^adly Kiish*-!  oi vvhiMt i-r tv,.'ii;\ ha^Holw of whnt liin hind h;ts r--Mrn^.| In |na iKrr, Jtisi #m* h man H ;iM� l p^ta^ his linR^r i�n th* wrnk r-pm In his uiothi'Ms during ih�* la**! immmmi 8i"> will his fM'Iil?� ri^pfint\i t-:/.- work should 1m* rpvitMt'f '1 wlulo :i -Till f r^sh In Th-1 auml. Thr fat t^* tliat filter into in*- -u**i-t*s^ful nf^AinK of a rroj-i i. > . i � �� p i i - - . l I \ .' :-'r h l Ii - t M m . ii �4 ^ * ;i'/0; - : ^.'] *. to : e '.aval ai '� during *.i.e ''Cli- nt-be.-n '- 'ii:C ide�! s are many and varied and h should year's operation.- :ng w !!-.*e:* a -'.'�: t thn� Is g'.\ 4 h- 4 l f + v  k f it"*1 1 * - p 4 + ft ^ * Y L 1 4 i 'f. *Mitir*'iy l! I w Mm, - i n - t ' M i ' t j!" !!; �� a in *'t i* >: > j -*ti :|li!�;i I * - 111 � oa: ;*\ v/^' tur i w t:! i ) : d�-p*-nd- GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed tor immediate purposes? Lothbriclge Brand W taow arnei i iui; jn provifl-'d j To the yoi.ntj p NEW INSTRUCTORS ADDED TO THE STAFFS OF AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS i ti ; � +t it- ,i � j i** i� ulla: ai J . aid la 1 a '.del to The Mfittr- til ' m ineds of th- j-ro'� ;�  uc:':; .'./a thi jo.-.e-:* ir-rin. ib-nrs ; I-b.'el'. n Wood, ci'ada..'-� >>i rhe Alan- i ltob>i Afirji ultuial Col!ece, It.(s been aop .!i'-C pro;,� .-.�;- oi ,i:i!iii.;l !ni:-- handra a' the \V;*�rlio;} . :,oo; Mr, and more particularly, when large sums are required-is beat carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchant** Bank. Thin old ftstahliahed form of international banking, b preferred by many experienced uav�U�ra because tjt)ts absolute uecurity. Letters of Crndit ar� caahttd onlv by banknor Uaokiti^ curjM.rutiuoi, kjid afur thti idenutvcf tha holders ib established to the ttatisfaction of th* hank officiula. This iitMurea aafety, and fuard^t against loaa and theft TH? MCRCHANT5 L i ANK 1 iu-t. I i'.radua'od lruin thr; .Man;tr-Ki.nUed and manajred to- Tour years the llelmont Hoy^' and Cirl-' ebib and a most '.-ok ( e-.-fa! oi ^ani/.it.hui it proved under hi* leadership He hah done a Kood deal of JudftMu: ! at the summer fair durine hi.-*  eolle^'f; course. Iia^ a jud^in^ I DurinK bin eollcije lite. Mr Wood � had Ihe diKtlli't on id' hein^ one of tiie! abb'-it dehjti'i's in ih^ tiie o! K'tniZii l Ion of the ( ol j 1(jKj' f *o-o||(;I'll11 ve m! (ij e of wools he was uiudn- manager. lie i,a^ a i-o bfton a wractiea i fa line i foi m�ine year-i Tin- new hait; m t or �d" a n luial hu^ J j:i 11 (i f\ ;o the i Uo- ,\lh'-(!.| College o] Aj.;!'Je|il j tme and mo- di" ihe mo.-i brilliant pup- j i].-. *v}jo have e'.'ei' taken won; at that! in -i it a I ion. ! ie too-, a i-^iir. e at the Obis (.ehdol !ir;'t and wo i ( xeeption ally hu:h . ' a:i/*;:r *":.->�i�nM Avith nn initial /)�'{,*)' n? Ofu' Dollar tTi?I ! I * i ;-'-'l;i i -1 Hall > i-.irly LETHORIOGE BRANCH ........ W. A. PARKER, Manager A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field pro-duels pass annually through ihr City of I-cthbridy Hptioimlni; UiU Ccmpuiiy. It nets or> th�* mi % Ut* of omii rl I..u!idcti t.� curry nut th<* ius*rui tloa� of th� !� -tutor, unci \uia i-xpi-rii'iii t d uttw*tk hi charge of all it* d*:partmi*nttt. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETH3RI0GE, ALBERTA LETHCRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING. J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. Putilic Administrator and Qfficial Assignee for ths Judicial Dittrl^tt Bf Letnbridge, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Oaar, Ststtlaf. . LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 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 THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDQE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARN-WELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATER. IAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE ;