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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1018 Tim LFrrMBRinoF, dah,? hkrald PAGE THREE J THE POSSIBILITES OF mRlGATIOK PLEAD NOT GUILTY Wheat on one of the Veterans* FarmS, near Tilley, Alberta, WHAT BurjWtBeB � porson meet when UwoUlng; through th* tirlBntod arouH of Soutbara 'Alberta la tlie woadovtul variety of crops that c�n auccBBsfulIy Brown ,'tUero, their abuQdant yl�lAf, and their wtoallent quality. Wheat, oat� �hnrley and flax, the standord crops ot ^^iSS!S(j&i the Canadian Wast grow thero and r^'^JIffiW^^ sive as h�avy ylalde aa snywh�re �laf L^^^n^* �on the caatlnenL Alfalfa thrlreg ob j^pStSJ!^ It doe� nowhere otee in Canada, and ils literally making: fortuaas for It* '^f^ Kfowsrs. By the application o' 51^ icater the crops of clover and the (many varletlea ot mrtrltloug tame Sf P Kraoses are multlpliod manifold. In ftbe gardens vegetablOB of all kinds, llncludfng those that are asHOnlated Ivlth hotter cllmos, such as tomatoes, rmelone, gquarfMjs, grow In the open ao -well as to indicate great poaslblU-ties In thla dlroatlon. 1 Wheat, of course,- Is the dominant Jerop there as It Is In those areas of [Western Canada where Irrigation Is not practised. Osts, barley and flax are also grown extensively. The yields of all these grains compare very favorably with those In any other part of the west. Crops of iwheat this season that have been pro-iperly irrlffated are averaging thlrty-Ifive bushels to the acre. Some crops win thresh as high as forty bushels or more to the acre. The yields of other grains are equally as good. lOraln growing under Irrigation ftrlngs ample returns to the farmer, lespeclally when It Is considered that lunltorm results may be looked for ievery year. But, yielding such good returns as {the growing of grain does, other jeropfl that may bo grown under Irrigation are possibly still more profit-iable, and It seems reasonable to aup-jTOae that In years to come the grower;; of grain In districtp. whe?e water Squash grown with Irrigation at Brooks, 'Alberta. and excellent flavor, cantaloupes, watermelons, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, to say nothing of giant cauliflowers and cabbages, -aarly and late, and all varieties, carrots, turnips, beets, all kinds ot beans and many other vegetables flourish; and which produce the most delicious .strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries and other small fruits-this land will, no doubt, be used to grow rnoro ot these things in the future, nsneclally when labor conditions are such as to enable a more intensive aystem of fanning to bo follqwed. Then, there are the fodder crops, of which alfalfa Is tW chief. Contrary to a widespread belief, It Is not grain, not fruit growing, not truck gardening, but to the growth of fodder crops that the greater imrtlnn of the irri- ... ,. ,_____ ... gable lands in the United States are Ib'available will be to .-lome extent I devoted. The largo yields of aifalfa Buperceded to enable larger areas to lie put Into other crops. Land that iwlll produce up to seven hundred tushels of potatoes, of a quality tbat brings the best prioes, on wUloh poaa. of the moat desirable kinds, �yielding forty to sixty bushels to the acre bnlng .Trnwn. where sugar iboets of high supar conbnt thrive, that are being obtained in Southern .Alberta under irrigation BKSure thla crop of an important place in the production of the farmer who Is able to utilize the wator from the moiin-tain streams on his land. Ni't only plowed up gives considerably larger yields. It makes possible the development to the highest degree of tJie live stock industry. Horses, cattle.' sheep and pigs all like It. Combined with okta, barley, the clovers and grasses which grow abundantly in Southern Alberta, alfalfa enables the Irrigation farmer to give his stock the best balanced food possible. He is thus able to get the most milk from his cows, the most wool from his sheep, and to have his cattle, nlsrg and lambs ready for market In the earliest possible time. No wonder there Is prosperity wherever alfalfa grows. The advantage to the farmer of a great dlverally of crops cannot be too greatly emphasized. He is able to make his plans for the future with greater certitude. He can devote his chief attention to crops that remunerate him best. He Is not greatly Influenced by the fluctuations of the markets, and when any of his products are down others are likely to be up. It thus makes for greater stabilization of IMs p"ort?, and as- are the yields of alfalfa lar?:e, but sures him-nf a regular and steady in this crop also enriches the soil to:come year after year. such an extent that any othfr crop �Kharo DUnjnklns of enormoua size j grown on the land after it has been J. G SHIPPING FROM U. S. PORTS Ottawa, Oct. liO.-The war trad/ board is advised by the British ministry of shipping, New York, that ,Ca-nadlan shippers de.sfring space for shipments from American ports to the British dominions must in future make their requests to the trade department, British'embassy, Wa.shington, according'to permit numbers or other cor-tiflcafes showing the approval of the governtpeut of destination. When shipinerits are approved, the trade rte-partnient,: Washington, � will - make ro-commendation.'i to the ministry of shipping. New York. In forwarding application to tlie trade department at the British embas.sy, Washington, shippers should bo careful to provide j the number ot necessary import permit or other forms of approval from tiio govomriiQut of tlie dominion to which the shipments are to be forwarded, otherwise delay will take place in the application being classed. REFUSED TO REVIEW CASE Washinglon. Oct. 20 -T!io supreme court today refuseii to rcviow New York federal court rlecrocs (lismiss;inj? a suit brought on Ijr.half of Ktocltliold-ers of the Quebec, Sonlliei'n niilwai r.Dinpany growin.i; nut of llie ultimate liiianciiil ruin nf the road and thii SonLli Shore railway conipany. Tin.-suit, which was liroiiglil by tin- o.stalu nl' Hiram A, Hodge, pouglil .^SilO.PiM) for lirnacli of contract lor the linam-iug anil construction of llu! i-oad. .After a Uian has been m.-irricd long lie bcoiiies accliniulcd. VICTORY LOAN HONOR FLAG Awarded to the community or district that secures its objective. Milwaukee, Wi.s.. Ocl. ;;S.-A'ictor L, Borger, former inngro.ssman. and llirce other proinin.-jjt .Soeiali.st.s wlio were indicted ia.st v.c< k Ijy tjie rcaerai gruiid jury on chains uf vinl.-ding tlie Kspionage Act. pl'vid'-d not (cuilly when arraigned Ihi iiinrniiip. lierger was indicted 0!i ml rdiini.s and held in $10,000 bonds. Tlie oi'iers were released on -'ffiOOO 1)011(1.,^. Some people aci a-, if lliey had a corner on goodnes.-;. The hard part aljoul uii eany job is the getting thereof. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. Dr. A. r.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Hurns Building, Corner Sth Avj. and 2nd St. Kast. Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Kesidence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhatta.i Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, rjii-iyi4. Specialist to Calgary School Board ' FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prioes Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 THE CANADIAN BANK OF C0^4MERCE SIR EO?^UND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.U, Prrsidenl H V. F. JOf^S, Ass't Gen'L Manager SIR JOHN AIRD, General M�n�gef V. C. BROWN, Sup't of CentraJ Western Branche* Capital PAID Up. $15,000,000 TRkerveFun&, . $13,500,000 Careful attention is ^iven to the bank- .n^ requirements of farmers, with whom an important part of the business of this Bank is transacted. Farmers may rely upon prompt aind courteous service. f�w Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Bryrnner, Manager Warner Branch......J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch......J. V. Steele, Manager Collections For Business Houses The satisfactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business Houses, in the matter of collecting Notes, Drafts and other financial paper, is due to the number and strategic location of its branches throughout Canada, and the efficient system in force. Special attention is given to collections ; returns are promptly made and credited ; losses are often prevented by the care and thoroughness with which we do this part of our work. im M?R�HAMTS BANK Head Office : Montreal. OF CANADA, Established 1864. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH,  . R. .1. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, . V. A. EBERLV, Acting Manager. NOBLEFORD BRANCH. - M. A. KILPATIUCK, Acting Manager. A Prosperous City $^0,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH SThEET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PrfONE 1843 1 THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid-up..................$ 14,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits....... 15,000,000 Total Assets..................... 386,000,000 520 Branches in Canada, Newfoundland, British West Indies, Cuba, Porto Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and Venezuela. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may he opened .with an initial deposit o� One Dollar. Interest is credited Half-yearly. Business Accounts carried upon favorable terras. * LETHBRIDGE BRANCH........W. A. PARKER, Manager MAGRATH BRANCH............J. K. ATKINSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH ..... J.....W. R. McKAY, Manager NOTK E TO RATEPAYERS in ;icc'Oi-(laiu:e witli tlie term.s oC tlie Muiiiciiial Kuspilal Av.i, Peliilons were I'ei-eivod on August IDtli by llio Min-i.sler of Uie I'liblio Health Department, Krlmontou. asking for the ci'cation ot a IMunicijial Hospital Dislrict including the territory described below. Complying with lhe.so Petitions, the Minister estubli.shed the Taber JMuni-fipal Ho.spiUil Districl, on .'Vugust 2(;th. Following the establi.shnient of the IJistrict, the Municipal Councils in the .said district in accordance with the terms of llie Act, duly appointed a Hospital Board in said district. Tlie Hospital Board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now under tlie direction of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to be advertised throughout the said District for a period ot fourteen days, following which, providing all other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be linally approved and a date fixed not exceeding thirty days from the date ot such approval, upon which the ratepayers ol the said district will be called upon to vote tor the adoption or rejection o� the siid scheme. The territory included in the Hospital District is as follows; (a) TOW.V OF TABER. (b) VILLAGE OF GRASSY L.t\KE. (c) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No. 65 (dj IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. G6. (0) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT NO