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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FAUt THR HKRAIJB SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911 Southern Alberta furnishes more timothy seed than auy other part cr tho Cs.n3.dCan west, and though thi shipments this year will not be so Urge. as those or a year ago, owing to iuo partial failure of the crop In '.be Vinchcr district, btlll the returns will he Large. The manager or The Steele s' Co. was in the city yesterJay urtd 7 Inches In length ami 4 Inches across, with .1 circumference el J5J4 Inches, longways 150.S5S pounds and Ihe Import ol mangel and 'beet acedia 636.797 pounds; and for 1917, Hue figures stand at pounds Ntlson News: C. -F. MclUrdr has j for seed and S9I.677 pounds for. tbo conclusion that Canafla ?fict f does not need any potatoea Canada Imported a total of neit springs ptaaiing. lie lias deal- lnipbrlBnt: larm seeds. In Iho the lact IbatiwaLu'peeUDgsj years of "IG nnd 1917f which falls Just -as good potatoes as Ubort of the Import of 1915 alone of, 1 Ihe most eapenslTe seed on tbe tuar- ket.: rough] r, one nj 111 I on poiinJs. It should Last.sprlns he made a practice ofjot uurylng, liear Ibe fruit trees In his" pardcn potato peelings and other klL- bs added that practically every pound chcn refuse; believlng'it would make good fertilizer. When the growing rooL seed used In this coun- r Is of European origin. That Canada was man Ing a great risk of haying ber'_supply of root seed from Europe shut' olt, partly of whoV he collced poia-Uy. as a result of the war, was regret- ices springing up all over the! fully predicted In an Experimental He hoed up most of them but lolt one hill under a pear tree. A few days ago from ihis hill he dug up over 30 pounds ol first grade po- tatoes. In bis oulce yesterday be had A box filled with specimens ol much above. average size. One of these, and it was not the largest, mess- FARMLANDS Of the Hndson'j ind CalgarT and Edmontoc CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency Kockcr Grates aiid Gears fon-All Kinds (tf Traction Engines. We manufacture and'hav? In stock Deep Well Pumpi, Roll Grinders and PMite Grlndsnii G. KISCHELL Lessee cf Ihc Lethbrldgc'lron Worki. Farms bullellon .entitled "Growing Field Root, Vegetable and Flower Seeds In Issued early '1915. In the bulletin, an appeal was made as nas also repeatedly been dono later Jn many Issues of "Season- able distributed by the Dom- Kxperlmental Farms to Canadian farmers and others Jute; esled In the seed supply being feept up, urging thet Canada could not af- ford IQ tske tho risk ot relying on Im- port from Europe eliber uuder pre- vailing war conditions, or Immediately after.tbo conclusion or peace. It was emphatically stated shoald make hcrselt that "Canada Independent of TRACTORS AND TAXATION' {Grain Growers' Guide) The Ontarlo'departnieut cf agrlpul- proscut were. Messrs. Fawns, Pelp grass, Wscd anil Miss Clark. Ono of ihe Interesting fcaturea the hum- orous debate on "Women's Suffrage." Owing to iho absence ol ona of Iho dclialers and the Judge this was not complete -but Ibe audience, enjoyed several good laughs and when- the lure his shown rcnnrfcabio enterprise chairman called-for tbo audience to ia brji.-gicg Jn Ira dors to assist In pre-; JecJde -who iron; of Ibe ladles few because were In Ihg ma- ae e of preparation for fall see i dance and paring for spring seeding months BEO aud 10 facllttsto the vprk j jorl'ty. refreshments were ierr toruoil ed overyono enjoyed tho does It not show- extraordinary folly somewhere when Ihe provincial government spends money In buying traders, lo be used on n scml-charlty Via sis while the Dominion govercrnent fines an In- dividual farmer hundreds It ha in a tracto'r. at bis own .ex- pense to .be used 911 his own farm. Ihe facts ran be made plainer by a concrete eiamplo. Ttie provincial deparLmeul of acrlculture has brought tractor which Haldlmand laruiers are Invited (o use oa parment o; the cost ot oil used and .wages otVtlic operators. S. A. Beck, a farmer la the year's Dul does present report a good lime. The M.I.A. will hold their meetings on Tuesday evening at Several letters hafa been recelred from our boys receiv- ed the parcels whlch'flhe local lied Cross seat them soniellme ago. tcra have been received from George Uaxfer, Arthur Spencer, Henry Price and others and following Is ope of the latest France, Sept. 22, 1517. Magralh Cross.. Dear, parcel came ind I wish lo thank you for It. They London, Scpl. 30. (Correspondence of Lho Associated Ilia five weeds, saya (ho Central News, DavM Lloyd George's headquarters aa premier bave not been at 10 Downing sired, but at Crcal Walslead, a charm- ing old Suisei farm surrounded by acres of wood and park laud, aud avcesalblo only through a mnze or rural Lanes, There Is no harm in revealing Iho secret now. Mr. Lloyd George Is no longer there, uor la Smuts., tior Haron Sonniuo. nor M. Paiulove, nor M, Thomas, nor Cord Miluer, nor Bir Uobcrlsou, nor any olber of the lowering person- ages wbo during tho past week or two discussed world aQalrs nnd taken epocb-maklng decisions under that dpw historic roof. Tho icrvants had no uced to carry wood for Ihe draw Jug room when Mr. Lloyd George was nt Great Walslead. He raade that Ula parllcular task, and a big plto 6( branches teatlHes to tho prlmo mlnlBtor's Industry. Tho dalryruatd ou Ibo farm taught Iho prime minister to man ago iho cream separator and tempted him lo the beneflrJent effect on a tired brain of turning the churn. There, were few of tho farm operations in which In his spare moment he did no lend a baud, "A very nice, homely Is (he verdict of Ketla Xcalo, tbe housemaid Your Will Should Be Made WHILE YOU ARK IN GOOD HEALTH APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE, TO INSURE YOUR DIRECTIONS 1EINO CARRIED OUT FEAR OR FAVOR. YOUR ESTATE WILL BENEFIT By OUR 1 PEHIENCE ASD RESPONSIBILITY, BOOKLET ON WILLS BY REQUEST, The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited Calgary, Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL AS6ICNEF FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIOCE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE RED DEER, STETTLER. QUEBEC LEGISLATURE. If; AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements On TUESDAY, OCT. 23rd ONE rfALF MILE EAST OF KIPP STATION, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING: HORSES! 1 black hone, 5 1200 1 black hone, C yean old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 roan horte, 5 yean old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 roan horn, 6 yean old, 1200 1 blu> hone, 7 yeara old, 1100 Ibt. CATTLE: Choice dairy cows, 3 cowl, milking, 3, 4 and 6 yora old; 1 heifer, 2 yean old'; 1 heifer, 1 year old; 1 heifer calf; 1 bull "If; about 100 ehlekeni: of double {earn harness; 1 gaddlt and bridle; 1 Ford aulo- moblle, model; 1 Matiey. Harrit ntarly new; 1 Sulky marly new, Maisey- Harrft with brake; 1 lunter mtgan (orelsu raarteu aud produce aL home noiv has lo be bought front abroad. Canadian farmers'should not only Ir7 to ineot tho emergency de- mand for field i.ool seed-In the. im- mediate tuLure, buL also to -es- permanent seed growing in- dustry irhlcri -would.mate them inde- pendent ol any other countryl" Ths fyrlher and iiredlctca "that many districts of Canada where root Eeed gromng is unknairn at pres- ent, will prove tljemselTeo not only abla'Lq produce seed of good quality, but "also to be "especially irell adapl- ed.to seeJ To what eilent Ihis prediction TBS Justified. Trill be shown by the data folIOTrfng, EhAiring what- results in seed raising were obtained In Ihe year of 1915. In that year the Central Ex- perimental Farm at Ottawa raised, from a field about ly, acres, a firsl clasa mangel seed crop at the rate of about pounds of seed lo iho acre. Mangel seed was produced the Experimental Farm at D. C., at the rate o[ pounds jjer acre, nt the Experimental stations at LennoiTllle, Quo., at the rate or pounds per acre and at the Experi- mental Slallon at Kenlrtlle, S., at the rate of pounds per acre. The BBmc year the Experimental Slallon al LencoiTllle, Que., raised Sirede turnip teed at Ihe rate ot close lo pounds lo Ihe acre. But whal about, Ihe prolll? Does It p'ay tho Browcr lo raise loal tind of crop. As an answer, It may he statec] that (here was, according to record? kept, a net profit of about ?SO per aero from ihe. nmngcl seed crop a tho Central Experimental Farm, Ot lavra, ia 1315. And tils In jpile of the fact that the men handling the croj were Quite unfamiliar with Ihe same The aboTc figures Indicate, mos decidedly Ital there are, In Canada great opportunities for developing a new field In agricultural activity prom fslng substantial a pro Ell lo Lhose who lake u; roct seed growing conscientiously am In ,1 business like mariner. May It also be added that iho rala Ing, In Canada, of Ihe seed needed In the country will dlrecllx help to In crease Ihe average yield ol iho roo crops of Ihe Dominion. This will, hoir arer, DO ulscuSEcd In a special article same counly. is arranging to buy njare the best tokens of your respect machine of bib own Tor use on his own that one can receive, they fill you form. Mr. has found, by actual completely. -AVe are winning the war test, that a 12-25 tractor Is necessary and 1 am proud that 1 am .Tith the for purpose, and In importing a Canadians, with their splendid arttl- machine of Hit class hei will, ho lery, Here Is none better In Iho have to pay duty lo tie .extent of ?coo. A 'manufacturer can Import-all .the material required.for the construction. of a binder, and the Dominion govern- ment will return io LhaL manuiaclurcr 99 cents out ot every "dollaf paid by him In customs taxes cm that ma- terial. When Mr. Deck buys an Am- erican tractor no rebate whatever is allowed him in the duty paid on although that lust-as much raw'material to him steel Is to the manulacturer of binders. i If the- Dominion government will .ballsh the duly on'" iraclora will ol be necessary for the-provincial Dvernment follow a pauperizing olicy In buying provincial tractors lo ork for farmers al less' than .cost. as individuals or: act- E .cooperatively, --will' then be 'able' bay their own in e-Weekly Sun Torpntb) Quehec, Que., OcL was ot flclally announced today at the par' llanicntlbulldluss that the session of the provincial reglslaturc will open December 1 for the despatch of busl BIS RUSH FOR BONDS. New York, Oct. worn en were overcome when they were Jostled In the crowd attending a'Lib erly Loan meeting on Ihe stops of In United States sub-treasury building here today. They were removed to the offices of J. P- Morgan and Com across the street, where the) Vfere attended by hospital doctors. CASH OtOBOE DAVEY OwrMr U MedUIRE -.....Cl.rk A. AMERICAN DONATION TO CANADIAN RED CROSS H la Bometlmes cald lhat Ihero I no fienllmeDt In bualneig, but It I tlmo that. In these dayg particularly .scoliment playa a TCry large pin In IJnalncas. And when Eeutlmcnl-Lend lo allied nations sill) closer gethcr It la perliapa, Ibo very tea hind ot business. An experience with Ms hind o acntlment camo lo iha riottce o[ th land deparlmcnl of Ihe Canartla facldo Hallway at CaI5ary a slior lima ago. Jlr. 0. Krascr, o[ Ib radial training station at San Fran Cisco, bad a balance ot rlfty dollar coming lo him on a land traoaac'io Wlti tlif Couipiny. Aa ilr. Fra-er now llnEd up Wllh Vneis Sim'i [ij Inf; lores, he desired that the more ihould go lo some pilrlnllc purpoa Bud wroli the C. P. R. artlns the (o iiira II over (o the Canadian Tie Crosf. He mljhl, of courie, ba? had it paid to hlra, or to aomo Arat 1MB patriotic society, but ho olatto Uiat It should -fa lo Ibe Canadla Red Cross, which a few days ago r t cheque Tor Uie amount FOOLlStUFFS The amount -of foodstuffs which Gnat Britain can purchase In Canada tht'arncunt of rrionty which the Canadian Gov- supply the Imperial Treasury, this again dspends upori you placing your savings at the dlipo'ia] the Government by scribing to War'Lams'; b-1? Jiv.- ilAND ,._-., The British Canadian Trust Co. 315''FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUCTION SALE OF Farov Stock Implements On Tuesday, October 23rd COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK On the N. y2 ol miles north west of Coiumercc, the 1 Jjroivn marc, ago years, about 13DD Ibs.; 1 bjach innro, ago B year's, nlout 1300 Ibs.; 1 bby'morc, years, about UOO Ibs.; 1 bay.marc, age 1200 ll's.; 1 brown horse, age