Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT J.GTHGWDGE DAILY HERMD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 11H'9 OF INTEREST TO THE I iou CAII hardly ihsi iho Experimental Farms Announce Plan For Trap Laying Contests; Enter a Provinces in the development or irrryailon schemes. The progress which hrs 1'em by fanners lor or two years upou irrigalrJ laads iilual- lu ibc luidsl of districts n-ndorccl barren by the convincing prCvoT ot llio ultimat? wisdom i'f -.ireful extension of irrigation. Th..- y Intensity of the heJi wbirli ruys Uie uck'.nj mols- itlucluaUMl in THE CONTROL OF SAWFLIIES IN WHEAT, RYE AND BARLEY of loose spring (2> s. plough lho eu j niucll :iu I where Li.jury impossible let I turn down us ng iho eilses Jajer Hye, oil account o[ Its earliaaAs, ttlso apl lu butter fur less than erf or Burlng rye. fitulililo. JJ3oiii6 or culiL- irv. produces eiactly ihc 0- v H> v (3) When the Injury promises tj Western Sawlly i ho very LaU oats mar Lo grown aa originally ihvJ In unlive sras-scs. j ihoy immune to ilio liiseci. Kroui ihi'jjo El spread lu em all gralus as wheat, ryo verier. U from u> io remcibrr that ploughing also HoMroys locust hence U is eervlue a tloublo osa when these lusci-la arc :ilao The ttcmmkm Karm j _________________________________________________i is luring Rlass ognlzp aor sale or transfer ot owner I ship nor shall aoy b? placed on ire ief: leg a-Jd top of ihc figures the iocs. The biixis Trill bi knoivn iu ihe contest by the numbers owufers, thus "making i1. po'sible for the conteslants to Ira-ca in Ae nvokly reports lhe yield of their individual birds. Tho hirtla must be delivered nt the Fa between the 25th aad iirepaid, The Miracle of Irrigation in Southern Alberta VULCAN NEWS (From the Advocate.) Reports obtained tbo uimroils ol lhe town arc to tlic- oifwl ihal Uie opening or the shooting ?rason was a j (Ry A. Allan in Calgary Ilcrald) Starling froia Bnasano -ve east unlll the Hen ot October, imer was seen m lhe Distance. Around Counted and Roseraarr- S. No extra birds lo be held 'wherever the water had meen ap success ii: all respccis. Ducks were plentiful iind some Ip.rgo bags .-were brought homo, in or which many faniilii'S oT the town are now feasting ou the results of the shoot. Buffalo Hills vras Uie scone oi I site splendid crops, some already c-jt.ja larger number of huater? than for all just about ready for the binders. some time and the increased number On the Duke ol.. Sutherland's farri i served lo keep the birds moving and ol some len thousand acres, maac Ite Ehootin? conlinnona and rrigatioa nas been eiieuded, the ro [jively. Parlies of two and Isl. ami HI this lime arc almost halt an Inch in length.: Tho grub (beti cuts the siein IhrougL1. tiy gnawing a ring around il inside, plugs up the stub and remains MUdeu widiin uatil June of ibc following year uheu It turns to the adult (ly stale. Thc Wheat-stem Sawfly winters In ihr? stubble of last season's crop; il Irotn there to tlie new croji us- ually Uyiug Us iirst "eygs uron planls to lasl season's breeding ground. It may then move Into iho crop bui as far more eggs are deposited ilic first plnnta reached i tho edges of liclds ore ufcually niorr; severely Infested lhari are (he centres. Remedies (1) Plough all infested land 'be- tween August 1st and June 10th ol the followiag year nr.d not less than Turn lho fur rows so that the stubs in which the grubs occur are- upside .down. The will DC aecenipd, but the plied, splendid crops ivas the reward, otmer will be 'permitted io" maintain! Wo "hailed at one farui whcre-cverr- lhe compliment ol ten rjrdjj thing recent setlleroeni. The IhroughouL ihe contest. Should a bird came along Tvith a broad rite, or throiTgh accident be incapaci-j aud io our inquiry "How are the latcd. lho owner may replace her. he waved hand, at no olher chabge will be allowed. If j them." Over 100 acres of wbeat, Ihidi. ning to a ready for sulls are most erallfylQE. heavy yields no difficully in down from _ assured. 5jllli- to ducks, while some'Sad Wo r.tarly got Ion in the company s'o for ,ack of furthor .arm at UrookE, such growth U wilrtering. ift thft than two die except through ac-l'ccavy, even crop, iusl lurnin d vil re sqauiiftcil. [golden shade, aad will he .it contin-'I catting npxt week. Thin? acres o( cident. will be When a hird 13 suhsiruled ues thc record of original- bird. lias claimed our attention; a splendid 5. Thc management reserves .lhe 1 crop, also on the lurn. righl lo refuse any crop." we remarked, "what will It lo" reject and ihk brins -youJ" "AL Ihc. present prico dtsirpy from contag-' of flasr seed il wil1- be worth lows or infectibuVdiitai'e'or- that are! "The .wheat will BO better than 1C in any way unsuitable 19 the. acre." A patch ol lest, io clip the yegetahles' -A'erc IhaL may-'bi tfoiiblQibme ib To b> reject r srd bred. 10. Tiic ihe best of feed and cars, ihe j bf'.ihe Red. Deer, lie eot Ihc ir- sTstnni of fcediflc will he miscd grain (rigat'ed land this.5iiring, broke it up, In litter morn in s and afternoon -and jv.-orked like get his-Eeeii .dry mash In a hopper before them at j into ihe ground, "Hut oh, boys it r.-aa all times. -They will be kept In two worth It. She's some crop." He then !'Edded thai it was one hell ot a time across the river, hut TTETO 1 over. 1 The smile on hts -wife's face as lh" on open we melons, etc.. and auimuniiion. The Vulcan school opened again on Tuesday, the 2nd with an un- usually large- attendance in grades up Etunibicd squash, cucumbers, etc., towering above our heads -sweet-corn j ML aden wilh heavy The atraw- d h n t t berry crop was nil gathered, but iho paity. finally: so', together among Lhe "and they lusted mighly J good 'after the long. Lot drive. The limi; iuo short to realize Mr. Hurlburt, leader of thc Carman- gay Orchestra, has- been arranged! with to organize and instruct the.new I Hand Boys' Baoil of.Vulcan. Tho tlrst nil thai had been done, r.nd tne splen- r ,ar -mectin, wilh under eld rssulls :Auylluiiz can be grown, heid oll Tue3. and a-nustar ot.. apple, trees aro j evcning ncll Listcr for making great headway lowarda fruit BlusiCT bearing, A- fine field of alfsltl onlisflo lhe may not bo EianJ-j tte oirner. "had twice cut over Hejmoitned us. Ihal years readv (or oirda in thc conleM will he-Lad been dried-out on the other on a num i__t _, ,__ i__i____i._ i lne J1UH cT- uti A. IILJIII The RoliJpn Tlul-" Institute met nl the home Wm. Wa'nnop on Aug. will; t large attendance. Three ne-.T members were enrolled, giving a membership of 5S. Alter tlie usual was attended to each responded to Ilie roll day they wore naslenlne their vjth a The nesl n mcciins will beheld on Sept. Uh t roru Brooks we turned atraisjnt Cellar Mrs -Law- north lo about twelve i-cncl, ber of youg hofis in this field, but they did. seeru.lo realize that each j site of the house to be built I pointpti out, made one smile turn. "We'll soon have trees and 1 lovely was her remark. j From there -we turned south ami towards -Millitenl. on the Em and on lea-ring Uic town through a fine district of all iol Alberta." flu kinds showing henry yields. Kurthcr ess line, The work of extending the ditches, to keep atie.id of land buy- cr5- is some problem for the irrfga- l lion dc-parlmciiL The season is all loo ?hort Cor lhe amount ol work to be done. Building a rallvray is r. recren- Uou with construe Ling a vast irrigation 'system. Just think for a- momcpl what il _ mc-Ans to bring'water in sulflcient I CiE liuanlity lo supply every qyarter sec- j lion or irrigable laud. Settlement has just begun in (he all Millicent district, and thousands ot sen ice is.avfiiJKDuaiau. nccc5 TVill Le umlcr lhe fall of ncil year. FTOTO there to on. a dry farmiiig strcJcti wns en- itd, and followed by another stretch irrigated lands. Here Ire contrast is most remark- lie. In the dry-farming the farmers j CANADIAN OFFICERS RETURN times forthe bcuefit ol our cus- tomers. Every well-grounded business iiisu.appreciates thc iniportanceof tiieco-ope ration, guidance and information on fmaiicialmattersofhisBauker, THE Drooka we cut west and south, 'pass- Ing many fine crops of Has. iiltalta. -gardens a sight to hehoUl, wilh tv.vcet rorn waving six ard olgfit feel The first cropa of alfalfn have lificn rut- and several second crops. fields of alfalfa; tbe reTrpshing, Fincll jnusl be expcrieficcd .to b'fi-4 were g 'headers, the YORK. Sepl. o[ i ficer.i relaniinsj Irom duty overseas formed the majority o[ Ihe pa5sen' on tlir; Whito Elar liner Celtir, arrived here today from Liver jiooL Thft Cell in carried 230 cabin passengers, '.'j pcrond class nnd 53 v T iSlecrago Among t'nc czb' bushels .to the acre No hay or al- jn Sir K. w. Huiue. and the grass burned and bai-p. a of the lint- Immcdfalely we rrosscfl Ihc v.-Uo'la Tlslting this irrigation probablr ton inches high. Thc machines eathcr the grain in and will yield about to Lon r-rossed the nrealo! everyllilaE Wm. L Douglas wiis the Drat American to nchievo his ambition of becoming a millionaire at making- shoes. Ho know shoce from tho ago of 7 he was "bound out" His apprenticeship over ho went to work fcr 35 cents a day.'- Stronuoug application to his life's purpose, coupled an inborn sonao of thrift economy brought succesa to DouKlae. to a cordial invitation to establish, tanking relations ue. iss UNION BANK OF CANADA P.E30URCES OF 1153.000.000 LETHBK1DGE BRANCH A. Ditnbar, Manager also at Cardslon'.Tnd Raions The Royal Bank of Canada Incorporated 1869 Head Montreal Capital Authorised Cspital'Pald Up___........................ Reserve Total Assets.............................ovtr President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vice-President and ManngliiK Director, E. L. Pease. General Manager, C. B. N'elll. Supervisor of Central Western IJranchos, Hooert Campbell. LOANS ON GRAIN arc prepared to make loans io rcsponsiblo farmers on the security of Iliresheii firaln or against bills of lading. Over ZOO Branches Throuflhout lhe West I SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES Lcthbritlfic................................ W. A. Manager J. K. Atkinson, Manager W. Tl. McKay, Manager G. Dlckton, Manner Magralh CarUsion Tabor HAY! HAY! HAY! We have LOTS of it for immediate shipment FOR MANITOBA HAY AND FEED MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE -150-04 GRAIN EXCHANGE BLDG. WINNIPEG MANITOBA preciafed. One wo parti rularly changed. ;erooi. on boia sides, culling liarl donn f thc stocks were close together, and wheat would give returns of 40 lo Ci) J and oats up to IftO. The i appealed to us all. mostly 1 of a -bungalow style, al! paiiUcd, and showed every- sign of sreal prosperity, i The Department o' Natural Re- j sources of thc Canadian Pacific Rail- j way ars rioing an itnmensc work for i cpption of iho rcsnlt.t of this work i Southern >Vc have no con- f in lhe next .twenty-five years. South-; crn Albertn. wherever ihr: waler is I aiiplicd. literally blossoin on official business. noticed was Ihe th (fere nee of the In (he Irripatnil district OF CANADA J. C. ECOT7 liTK STREET MOP.TH G. F. BLETCHER MANAGER 47H AVENUE SOUTH P. Vfff DATION AND HRASCMES L.C.THOMAS MANAGER COALHURST BRANCH W. B. FERGUSON MASAC-B C. T. McKINNON MANAGER BUBDE.TT BRANCH compared with districts n'lierc vrc will be It.'iving Jam factories water harl not hern carried, lanA cmmin? facloritg a1.] nvcr Vhis wo-ran along-'south country. SECOND CUTTING THE BETTEH HAY Xow ready anjl for Bale by the Farm Products, Ltd. 2.3 Sh-rlock BfocK L-thbrtdge rose. Thc fear of ?rop failures i9 entirely removed. Irrigation Intensified farming.. anil hoforc brings many I Irrigation in the West THE MERCHANT The banking requirements .of merchants will receive full con- sideration by of this Bauk. Arrange tp open a current account and every banking facility is assured.- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CLIMAX STIFF TOOTH CULTIVATORS Thc Climax-will not shirk its work evsn under the very hardest conditions. Strong enough 1o work th', hardeil Undi, r.nd give satisfaction on ground that canned OB tultfvated with a Spring Tooth Cultivator. Three slice, 7 ft, fs IK, and 12 ft., with lift attachments optional. THE CLIMAX IS DEATH TO ALL THISTLES AND WEEDS. II pay you to call and examine thli machine. Agent for Cockihutt Implements. T262 1st Phona S3S A. SMEATON (Winnipeg Free the Dominion en- couraged lhe seltlement by of lands In southern Alberta and Sas- katchewan 'which hail hitherto Ijccii regarded as purely grazing thev IneTltably created a certain national responsibility lor thc wcll-bclnp of those who ait'lcd upon them. The re- alization that theso lands arc ioo arid to pcrmfL oT gafo and culllralion wltfcoul irrigation forces lo the tho question aa to'how Tar this TCSpongiblHty oxtfaiJs.. tn- aided thc fanners In di-T trfcla cannot oblain tlio-'jitipply of water n-hich Ihey need. The provinci authorities arc willing to'help iherrv but point to their financial Inability lo shoulder the large liabilities In- volved. The Dominion government de- clines, apparently, to fo further than bas hllherlo been accepted aa (he lim- it of their survey- ing of the Irrigation" prospcclg. and lho classification of laudn as or jion-irrlgahle, No one who baa ivilncssed lho ef- lecls of l.wo or three j-cara 4roughL n Ihc hi nn1 ivhu scon, also, the rcfuIM of Ihi; Irri- gation carricJ out Ijy thc Canadian Pacific liAlbmy and other corpora- tions can hesitate lo pronounce upon the of iminodialc action, towards the extension of the! irrigated areas, The ctajm o! Ihc J'ro-' rlnclal a'ulhoriLicg Itiat Ihc-y cinnot UTider existing condillolis finance Ihc works required'13 unflonblcdly well- founded, is lho Teluclanrc of tho Federal govern- ment to undertake new expenditures when-'rialional demand the stric-leriL ciirc economy In finance. Uut. Uie well-being, almost lha lives, of no inconsldtrablrs number of set- tlers fa'at stake, and what tho got- crnmtnls concerned cannot on (heir1 own separate accoiicti may possibly be by Joint en- deavor. Regard rniisl be ha6 to lhe remark- able fertility ot the arid landa of the West when U brought to them: to the Impossibility of abandoning the scdlera on tbeee laiidsi lo their fate; .iTitf lo the dc.ilrahdUy of encouraging the particular kinds of production lo which Irrigated land.i arc fliiUcd. If these fjintorfl he weighed against Ihc fmancial difficulties Involved In un- ImmedTatelr lo cxlcjid llto for Ibe conclus- IXTIIDRIDGE BRANCH WARNEIl BRANCH ?.11LK KIVER BRANCH J.H.S, CORDON, J. V- STEEL, A Woman's Advantage In Dealing With a Trust Company '1, Financial Responsibility. 2, Continuous Service, 3. Systematic Records. How many individuals can offer so much? 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