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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER A LONGER GROWING THROUGH FALL CULTIVATION Growing Season from a .Week to Two Deep Fall Piowing Superior to Shallow Plowing j" Better from Early "Diiin kjite Fall :_ 1 j tins f rum wsils lying in the top jeUol proiidint ether condt-! ilioaj ire faronble and the soil is; j deep eooagh la ihe-.maJorUy of I ulTca the best rt-sultj. Tesre are. instances whsre 'Ueep-Tlow- j i is Inadvisable, the top soil i is fairly shallow the. clay may ha too close lo the surface to parmlt deep lilowlns. On the btfceV hand vated crop such as" suntlowers. or is- -groM'n on a dirty fie! j kiiowu to lo .Infected vicild mustard, or vrllii. ill y.rder lu cleau Ibe land hy tuitlyuticn. 'fae during .ihe summer lias ffect of' dtfstroyihV'alt Weeds Run-off in Spring. (Kdmoatoa Bulletin) ef hundreds of fann- ers throughout the province durlns the past ten years feu. definitely point- ed' out iwo'distluct of fall cultivation. Tke preparation of the tccflbed to-- lha sprint as to lighten Iherruso. pE spring work, vid the effective destruction vcedi _ otherwise go to seed JJottt'veot.'vftsl Importmnoo. Tkiouak- portlo'a of the north- west- the jysleai ot-broppUis IT a rots' Ion of tereajs from yeir to sammerfil t lowing or hay 01 crop In I some 'j recitation 'uyve.or restricted jumrucrta 1 :nff Is resorted to every three, cr tow ytcre snd tnis ts the experience of j meet has sone shows, deans to a Ersat extent. Howeter, So sach sections triers there '5 udeii-iata prcclpltallon to supph all crop requirements, sumraarfilldwhis ir rat resorted ta aa a means ol ccn- -srrtns molitun i" sucl) district: summerfcilow, and these three or tour ini-ies. and is s result I I the top tineo or fuur laches Are tept with (all I from needs To plow this land plowing are tie principal factors with which to combat 'weeds, pnfonunaiely in'Alberta there is a iimtted amount, ot specific. Information aTiUibto. farmer iifthe" form ot eiperiniental evidence .fall cuU. livtttloa. EiperlmenUl) Discing before deep would inerely turn up, those seed buried to a depth of from sU to eight Inches md give theln'Sn oupoitunlty to and i-ausc troiihie" tiie next fitich it would, 'seem ad- visable to plow slifllow. sitsatW at Lcthbrldge and hire hcen conducting culture dl and some .wort has elarted st other stations, STBT, what scald apnh at how- wouM fh nil; cases tiot apply to othey dialricU where the con- Ojtloas mav bo vastly different An a rsmli great manr [armcra de- Urgeli upon their own ex- perience and observations. Oa firm at Pdmoa- (on Ullage eiperlmerit land u tilled in ceres dlftorwt ways for wbsat oata aqd 'wrt crops, is under aid will no eonirid- erpkte fnfohnalion as to the most intt- ablo MSlliods for this d jstrict. From obser-sltons made from1 this eiperi- ;and others 'Prof, 'er of the oltia JJorartmenl of Field Husbandry some' vary practical cecclus- i CohJfeL, One of the prlnclp-il AilranUgeB of i fall plowlus he points out, is weed j A >najiy b css'a1 asd winter annual weeds sjch as some of oats, etc., inafce the summer, and those that not gone to seed can and effectively be destroyed by fall C-iltiratlon glres tie weeds io tha soil an osportanlty to sprout, and these along with any sratn that may have sprouted, are easily uprooted bv a stroke of the For; cold in (lie Head Find Chest' ust BAUM BENGUE the mustards, wllo rapid Depth o thf more Mil that can be pat into i mellow cttltiTatioa w.tb, a reason-' able amount power, the bet- ter "Deep plo-jrinE, between sli and the stubble land, if the weather b wafai ehoiish to sproiit the a free germination of snd iiulvor- lies the surface turned dDivn niatej. a -miioh.tetter i-outJct the fanner has a .considerable area it Is doiibtfL'l if it fays to disc the stubble first. A Lcngar Is Ihere.auy other- than the destruction .of. In! fall ins. "0[ a large number of 'farjners throughout tha prgTlntf who In tervteivecl on lhisr tubjecl" this year.' tho consensus ot opiolou that fall I plowing -usuall) m batter crops otoils DrlP.'-A; Wyalf, Pro-1 fessor ot Soils. "Kre'u though the yield oE grain from fall not ona bnjhel more than from zprlng plow Ing, there are decided advantages in result 1n 'order to fcet the wheat Foreign Remittances May be easily and e through of the Branches of thfe of our foreign service THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA to plow the soil may cot be in the too late ...DUI. in v.uci w wut-ai. n n crop-in in ordor.lo ma ture iirithoat danger, from-froBt, the wheat-asasl be seeded fairly early K the land is properl> preparedMn the Any Pain or Swelling will fed beaeraftet being rubbed with jAbsorbineSl with wonderful success in all aying the pain, taking out the soreness 'and inflammation, and reducing the congealed veins. For' Rheumatism and Gouty Swellinct ruragu- for strained or torn ligaments for Lame- and Soreflgss frbrrf overwork or a bruk nibbing with a few drop i of "ABSORBINE JR." makes the pain a lot easier. Try if every !cw and see now faft you get reiiei. When an accident happens a cut. burn, bniije, dislocation apply "ABSORBtNE JR. lo heal the injury and prevent infection. "ABSORB1NE JR." 11 a icyttMt m lo pleunl ccot K F. TOVNC. Inc., fall it means that the season Is length ehed irom a week to tiro -fecks. Get ting the crop m from a week io two weefcK earlier as the experience of many farmers has gone to "sbow often means the difference uetTeea frosled ar.a good jrheif; In many Dr. Wvatt' pomts ouL probably, too much significance is at trlbutcd to sprlnff, The rei sou Is that both in the ftU ard m the sprine there is "a_rlEht time to plow, vfhen the soil IB In the right condition The- right time is -a hen the soil Is just moist enough to turft properlj la a. great many cases becsuee ot the rush ot "aork farmers find they ahlo lo nva'I themselves of the op about a Vigorous in I nation of weeds When the crop Is Ufcen off the soil protected crop1, is in a fairly, moist condition, and tho tune IB usually wanner Plowing done'at'this time, is most effective Eirlv m the faU the wea.thec. is nal urally manner arid there is more mois tare itt the soil two factors to- gether do much'jfc germinate weeds 1'rom-ithe--.standpoint of moisture. con hss tne effect of miniihizlhg the nm off .Wheat may hold the snow as well as plowed land, there is' iisfual- ly.V-large "run-'pff from stuhble land .whilBithe plowed land -which is nfora. absorptive retains most of ths spring FOWLER'S iClDERf PUREBRED SHEEP BEING BROUGHT 1 TOlMPROVEQUAtlTyOf'STOCK PREPARING FOR WINTER Farm Mote.) Do not leave the preparations (or winter too late. Get the pullets into winter quarters (hey begin to lay BO thai they will not receive a eel back, but do hot bring them In early ia the tall un- less they are well developed, as young stock on will develop very rapid- ly dnrlcg thejjrlght, cool fall weather, bringing the pullets'.in, see Mot the houses have been put in ordsr thoroughly .clsaned, disinfected, and all.cracks la walls-or roofs carefully stopped so as to avoid drifts or damp- _A11 broken'glass should lie re- pawed and the cottons either mended so that they will be ready to ose when required, this, however, does not mean that when the pullets are put jn that the windows should be closed, faivfrom it. TjTien birds are put Into winter the conditions should be aide aa nearly' as possible similar to Keep the front of the house wide open no as to allow all the fresh air possible, and keep it that wa> as long as weather conditions will not permit When the stock was on the range It was supplied with grains, both whole and ground, besides which they con numed large greon feed, grass and animal hugs and mineral stoaes small shells. See to it the stick is confined, all these supplied Settler grain litter morning and evening Keep hoppers of dry .mash.'constantly also htxft-scrsp lo replate the bugs and insects they formerly picked up on the range To replace the.gr.eeu feed which.they were able to rape, mangels, cali- bage, sprouted oats, clover and any similar feed that is tender and appeti- zing green feed H of especial importance this time ofvthe year and if net liberal! T supplied the sud, den change to a heavy rtiet is liable to result In liver derangenienL Em judgment in feeding and hand ling See that tho HOCK never wants for clean Hater Feed sparlngh with scratch feed In mornings so tnat the flock will conUuiie active through out the day x Loot carefully after the flock, sup- plying dry, bright, well ventilated quarters, wrth feed as seated and your jioultry vrill prove one most paying branches of your farm-work. Oeo Hobertfion, Poultry iHushand man Petch, aged 76, Strathroy, was lerriblj injured steer wbJeh he was taking to the station for ship- 1 v--------- (Regma years Koyil. owned by 'tho A carload, of purebred, registered, selected sheep mill arnie in Itegina %These Robert the next shcopVere secured J son, provincial livestock commissioo er and secretary or the Saskatche- wan Sheep when he was down east recently A part of the car is- for the Govern Jaent and the balance "for fhe_ asso- clalion. The shcop will lold at the association sheep laics in He, giiia on Novemoer 10 ana Siskltoon on November 18 consist of shires, Oifords and "lnstc-ad of heiny dlBcotiraged by the decreased price imo year's wool Mr Robert son, "the sheep'Sreeders of the pro? ince'Vie determme'd lo make every effort to improve their flocks, in this way prevent a. decrease 'in' their proDls. The> have heen particularly Hcllvo during tha pfst Iwb ye.ira, and beneficial result: are Abound to follow." Secure Fine .Animals Among the Shropshlrea secured by Mr.. Roherfon are 23 imported anl mals obtained diroct Trora Thomas A. Battar, of Scotland by the Sheep Breeders' Association, sli of these 'are shearling ewes, and ore sheArhrg rams, and are choicely bred arid.liigh class, and three of the rams are pir iieularlj- viksble animals In addl flon; to tiicv Mr Robertson eovsral prize winners at fhp Canadian National in Toronto, including Iho second prize shearlmg ,ram, the onil 'prize shearling lourfh iivo-sriear mm, and; CHeR RY flND BCflCKBERRV 1 V ewes afic! cice lambs'oiit of iirlze psn in their clashes In addition to these, lie fecured some Haw to Make Pine fqagh Syrup at Home 1 HM BO ratal for prompt ranlli. 1 Tal.tB bat moairnt lo Itrrpaze, Add fmm >oai about know thai pine ii iiscj in nearly prcacnptions and remedies for couj.bs The reason is that pme contains eeieral peculiar elements thut a remarl ablo effect in soothint? nnd bpalmir tho membranes of the throat and cue t Tine 14 famous for flm purpose rine Evrups are combinations porlunitj Saskatchewan slieep men. to secore some of hiijiambs' borae m-ido BVTUTI Or you cm use clarif-ed boney, or com eyriip, instead of nyrup ore wards vi ent to tha Ottawa Bxhlbl than yon can buy ready ma.fe for tlon, and these three mlmals there It 11 jmrc RooJ and jikisam secured three fi.st prizes and ono ihildrtn fako it caacrly i "ion can feel tlns'lakc hold of n cough or co'J in a wav tint husmes" championsMp. Several others went to London several a Draw on Your Customers through the Branches in all parts of Cwuda, and pendents abroad, this Bank IB in poritW to present Drafts than accepted, and collect payment with tttt but possible trftuWe and eoet toyoo. Ibe Manager wfll to takeoptfefci Blatter with you. THC MCRCHANT5 BANK Htvt Office: pontruL OP CANADA EsUbhabcd 18M> IT LETH8WDCE BUMCH. STOCK YAWM Arkell S. Sons Teeswater, and in- j tie second, thl- prize shearling rams at ______ National, the third and fsnrth prize ram lambs, and eomc winning ewes. One of these rams VLord Milton 2nd snd was imported from England last summer as a lamb He In particularly well bred.1 and is i brother of the prize winning Lord Allltdn, no.w' owned by the' Weetern Canada Stock Ranches of. Alberta; The shipment of1 is small In numbers but of cucelleit" quality It consists of two shearling' ranis thill were prize winners' Rnd oho shearling ewe'but of-one of the pr.ze pen's at the same exhibition The slandani of the coisignmenl Is high, and, according to Mr Robert son, it iloubtleEs ultl haVo a bene flcia! pRe'i t's two sheep'sales which be held nest month Dr. Alex. Bureau, who with Ms wife was overcoiiio.-by gas died at the hospital, and It Is thought that his wife will-recover. Brant county council passed a by- law to purchase the toll.road Known j.-am by a.prize road, Oakland Have You Made Your Will? ft Eveiy peifcoir bwning piopeily of any kind make a If YOU have neglected this jmpoitant matter, iclicve yourtielf fiom wonv k and by rectifying this oversight, and aii- point luvyour Executor. CANADIAN TRUST CO'Y f OEO W, PARSONS, MGR, PHONE 1843 ALBERTA High Cost of Living Would f ere Like Elmvale Airinial lady lloimtliul, a Cow owrind by Tony Kfump-r, c< L-RXS, Minn.; save birth to tlireo calves, n performance wlilcil many veterlnar- laus ilerlsre Is without lilstory of tlic bovine world. AcconliiiK to It. Drysilalo. 2716 32lli Arc., Lady llountiful is a plkci compsreil to a row owned Ijy hls'uncle, AVm.' ItlWile, of Elmviilo Out This row, which fa eight-years, oli] And weighs pouiula, has jfiven birth to' calves In alx years. twoyear-old she sava'blrlh to one calf, Lut nwt year carao bac.k strong with sincfrtlien has not (ailed to contribute leak a cmiplo.rach year..- She has hail triplets three limes and in-lna IhreV times ncr total for six years being io calves. lloro Is her record; for which Mr. Do'fiilale vouches- At 2 .years she hnd 1; years ahfe liad 3; at 1 yoars hdd 3- nt R nijjhTv concentritcJ com- jwninil of ccnninai No'wav extract, end is famous the world for its prompt effect upon conqhs AA Bank, for the past 45 years, has done its share, in the development of_ the biisiness of the Do- .niinion, experience afid equipment are at the service of every STANDARD BANK OFCANADA T. K. LOCKWOOD MASAetn I31M STREET NORTH. C. E. BLETCHEB MANASER AVENUE SOUTH L.G.THOMAS MANXOM 'COALHURSTBRAMCH ;W. B. FERGUSON BRANCH C. T, MAHAOM BUBOETT BRANCH UNPREPAREDNESS A bank account is an Assistant la character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride which increases effort and paves the way to success. Open an account to-day and be-. prepared. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND _. LKTHBRTDGE W. Bcike, Maniger. ALBERTA PROVINCIAL SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Domestic Science 'CONSISTING OF AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCJENCE Ag.ionomy ___ Animal Mechanics Veterinary Science Dairying Poultry Farm Management Economics, Science NO FEE Sewjng Laundry Home Nursing English and Arithmetic Houtthold Sanitation Dairying -r Poultry Physical Culture i NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION Courses extend over two winter of five months commencing Oct 29 and' closing March 26 Open to boys who have reached sixteen -of age. Calendar pf anj Application of AomltUnct Form, obtainable 0. S. LONGMAN, B.S.A., of AgrfcoltnraJ Schools Demonstration Farms, Edmonton c< fTHAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD rYOU SEE AROUND THESE WS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR VOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU Vptir Friend- May all. the qualifications to act as Executor uncleryour' he may die. Would yftu car'e to havci njin replaced by someone, over whose tion ypu'have.'no control? A Trust Company does' not die the.ideal modern Executor.' i F6R OUR BOOKLET'S .In GUARANTEE Company, Limited t 220 8TK 'AVE, WEST CALGARY, ALBERTA UETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J.Vf. McNICOL, INSPECTOR ;