Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19l.O TilK LF.TIlBRinGR DAILY HF.RALD. PAGE SEVEN States Is trad'nff with In Holland, cure ujisaga Hernia dam. We huvo Bocurcj Ilils .conces- sion" (or Canada on account "of de health of Canadian caille aoJ fl now remains lo what adranlage we can Hon. Duncan Marshall Uses From France by Capt. Hudson and Is recommend of. com- to pauies t? lo jciin com- Hcltor-1 mission men in the di-velopment of Uila Inisiue -K. Tlio present of distribution lit widened1. >lhcr'.il3c other couinnvs will secure .he t'usiness lo ran a da's dlsudvani ;ake olf II Two Canadian firms only, one western and one easiern, tnwe ?s yet dared lo face Ibe risks uf lire cattle export and they, deiervo all (lie success and prcllt which they are likely to nUaln from li I am Mrinly cf the oplnloii that tlila live em tic irado JIIUBL become a uectssary pan of our cattle policy. So far aa Europo la concerned, we-are ouly at the be ginning ,of ihts business, even i( In the end 11 prove cot to be ptrmanenl Germany. France, uuU UelgEum are now In lite marteL for fa I conic aud the landed price lu per head. Kurlher, next eprlng (here will be a (urge demand for freilln catlle, ilic taller' chiefly age." Vtmj giown in Al bcria, are now an actuality, The> liare bten produced on Ibe farm Hon. Duncan Marshall at Olds from ,eed ten! biro from France la.Bl yea ha "olileJi iinl Si, Capl. George Hudson. The story of Lhu little farm on tbo historic UphllnK froiQ whlcfc somo sample potatoes sent lo the min- ister ot agriculture, WIIB told hi The Journal al Ibe lime, together with the fad thai Mr. MarahaH purposed Lilaiilluif 1 hem and Irving llicm out r'or posilble.tatroductloii oil Ibe Al otrla -market'.' The Inlllal crop hrts uovr been har- Mr. Marshall bas laid 11 Uy for lurlher experimentation next jour, lie says Iho product is a. good cloan whilo polato, closely similar to Hie Wee MucGregor variety already much favored by .Alberta growers. Us ciling qualities bavt DO! yet. been tc-aled, but promise well. TLc Ylwy Ridge seed from which [lie Francc-lo- Albert a luLere hove srown van first produced on plot of ground farmed by L'apt. Jfucl SOIL and some of the other Canadlai .soldiers wiihin a 6hort distance of great baitle Fccne. The odd lioura a ihe meii -Aere employed in some [arm gardening, Just lo remind themselvc of the good old homeland.-and thi results wero BO distinctly good tha Capt. Hudson sfctit a hair-dozen of hi best spuds'lioino Lo Mr. Marshal] ns tiituple. The minister says It Is i-ase not RO much, ol turning swonl Into plowshares as changing liattL fields into something good tu eat. TESTS OF VARIETIES v OF FIELD PEAS (Klpcrimenlal Forms Note.) Field peas have nol been grown cx- teniiTely on Iho prairies for several ieaEons. First, the crop is not so de- 'liendaule as wheat or oals; eccessEve vsel, drouth or Irost affects it more, llan'estlng is expensive and la danger of ihe. crop away In "'Peaa apt to become it there are weeds id liie aoll; on the.other hand wheri sown on they th about the same lime as wheat. The ordinary grain drill Is used, and the seed is at varying j-ates, de- pending on', the size or the pea. For medium-5lzcd ptas, two and a half Irushcla acre, was' used ai the tlandard rate. Of llic seven 'vartEllea unfler lest, Jhe Arthur, :i rnudium-siied while pen, lias, on an average, proven-tlie mosl sr.llEraclorj'. While In some seasons it has not yielded na hcavliy as Iho Prussian 11 hjs nevertheless usunlly rnaturcil In sufficient (tnie lo escape the frost. Tlic Arthur IE a. etroas between thb and the Multiplier pea. It splU-i rather casllr in thrcehtng. but, being a'good cooX- Ing pen. the spill peas command an equal price with the whole peas. Tho Arthur hae most of HIE fhmers.at Iho top of Ihe plants and irhcn there Rxcesaively hot.ircnther at HoTverlng time, Ibe flowers arc more easily In- jured. In dry years !t has been found (hat' Ihe Arthur'docs not yield at well as some of the other eorts. The Goldep Vine Is another early matur- ing sort that IH giving fair returns, yielding on an average for seven years nineteen nushels per acre. This la one bushel per' aero- less than (hi Average yield of the Arthur. Of (lie later maturing varieties, Prussian Blue has, in warm dry given good returns, but In oeasona with early 'froatd, this variety Is generally rauglil before the seed han VVilh UK loiigcr growing vine It should make a good to mix oats id groV. (or hay or tor silage'.' Tlnf Eng- lish Grey variety proved loo Intc for ihla district-find; hafe.-ljeen Jropped uul. Dluo Dell wfig ou the tlon for two or. Ihrcc ycnrg buL'ap-' p'oarcd lo be Identical with'tric PriiS- i flail UliiR, Solo, H Swedish varlely, Hiia been undor (or four years hut up to the present has nol given ae Mgh ylcldn an some of tJic other varictica. Tho Early While was icat- e'd for Ihe first lima (lib eenson, It iippcaca lo be a prorntalng early ma- turing eorl. MILTON TINLlN'5, Siinl., Experimental St.illon, Saa WILL INTERVIEW GOV- ERNMENT TO PROTEST AGAINST G. T. R. BILL OTTAWA, Oct. delegation j from Moutrcal board ot ira'Jt is 10 in-: and Former Wild AH- iinal Trainer Takes lirulc Deck, a n ali served ihrousli e or Akron Ohin. ihi fivil war ilic I -int Jiiir> having be til assonalcd ivith trainer uf lions o'.her llo hpudrd an into n-xlps of Africa In tean-h of ivi'l; iliuala for show purpose? llitcm- took up tils trade a painter, itijt from active worX at the age of JIc atlrlbutcfl his lonsovily In Troca Uacl halms. In al! years he lus never tuslcd. t-atlng liquor, hor hai lie used lobacc-j and he never uses Krofanlty. canker of Klabovate System Created Uyi l-'oreign Office lo Kegiiir. l.o.si Business i Urview ihe govoniraeai ou Monday, rUNTILUE. is h-Ikved ti? opiiostllori 10 Ihe Graisd Trunk ai-- i to bf. ,ua rcconi olJ-aeo u-fdilinp n, qulslllon A .niiaibcr o! thc StalC3 was cekbrqlcd Aei munlt-atlons. against ihb Jaculj Blici; .59 years of -PP wa J S ,J i ?'t jcqulsljlon have aiso u-en recelveJ 10 Mrs.-JeUnte Uucbrw'ycara from Montreal buslnosimcn. -.a" u- 6 j lion fltaged bj- 1700 comrades at tfu- Ir.ml very and accur rite r-i of everything con- J ciriui s f'jri'iRii rrom otficla finch In (lo-.v riirei'tly Into lht: of A man I ruined and fined If'' rrrt-iscly the importIBCI Kiveu pk-iij of IK-HE. Meu will [irjint-d lo itirly given Nevi j fi c-ri such ulrcctl; ibe ftperisi of bureau i.. noii'li J aiJmin ijuaifou or of in o' I all of thrill tsporls in var i :LU> anil half a dozti I i in ferial of Tie Li Hhowlse experts uj'l V'ilt'IiK LO cOUUCil. ODO even ih-? foreign office, will bavj right over Thi' ilt'c'.-iions of tin Montreal brokers have lost hi Victory Iloixls wltbln tho hael wnek. The ceremoLy was perfornve'l at the Danville National Soldiers' hpim1, at I which tbo bridcgrooni lives. Thr Itev.l A hpuslnn company is being form T. L. Slipp perforuicd ibc cvreiitony. e'd-in'Halifax to build fifty IlKnu.V. Sept. t.I ITfSS.i Tin- rcfuruiiliui. of iho, bat btfiiiii wiih li-.c trillion of Oernian foreisu trade brjrfnu is a de- alnmO will be piibllsb cidtd ImiOTAhou and :i radical ur bi-weekly lu tbe -nvtru jUon o( ulit-ihu? mrtliotls uf doing publleailon. "Xews of Trade Tho whole Ij.i-is of MIL- and Agrkutiure." Individua i irailtj njiorU of especJul value le imt ji' [hi-' in form f.. THE LIVE CATTLE EXPORT TRAD5 v --f 't in Kuronc Mudylng tht kel for Canadian meat U. S. Arkcll. lire qlock commlnslonor, discovered u'ltli roRpccI lo hccf calllo MmL a problem o.xlhls (hat will provo a worthy-test of, Canada's nen'c, hi- penally flhd (tctoriplnatlon. iQfi Lo Mr. ArkeH'A aUtcuicnl thnl ap 'peara Iho October Agrfcnllura the difficulties arc great bul they not Insurmountable. Ho nayt; "fn the Argentine aiid, Auslrnlla nfc raorq Anil entile than fn Canada, tin llicac countrleq aro [Tovlufr mnH fiource.s of supply. Tho Ar tronlfnc has Inndcd live cnttlo fn Mffly and la propofllnjj lo tlo lor Germany via .Antwerp mi i c I tie boo! ol a Vision So My pacL is ended, Other men, And women, too, still play their With courage resolute and dauntle.ss hcart- My broken Seared by scars that time can not efface, Is not the jest of fortune; Tor his aid A nation's mighty forces doth provide. And those who .To carry on our story down the years, Face not their "quiet days" in bitter paui; (Forgotten, now they've stilled thenalion'sfears) 'Dwarfed by the lust eft pride aud selfish gain. My Thou feirland for whom great love Inspired my youth to ancient sacrifice; Grant our serried ranks in realms above May Witness bearthee, worthy of the Price. the Dead and to the richness of. their' dying, we must give pause, and in humility confess a debt beyond redemption. Before the altar'of their sacrifice, Canada is con- secrated to make its dominion worthy.. The Torch that illumines Victory so dearly bought, eterrialiy. Each year.of peace must record an added lustre to bur heritage. But to those who have, come suffering, Canada owes a debt which money can, in part, repav It is a Debt of Honour. Canada was pledged to the end, that the wounded and, the sick be adequately cared for, until fhey were fairly lilted- for the com- petitive existence of civil life. For this purpose, our medical services, and our vocational training schools must be maintained until the need for them, is no more. 1 4- These, then, are sortie of the purposes for which the. Victory Loan 1919 is being raised. Other purposes are told'about in other announcements. As you read them, the conviction will grow upon y.ou of the absolute the bj- Canadn'i VicLory l-OJn Coiiiinittrc in the Minister olf'inancc- CIL the Dominion oi Canadu.