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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETimnini'iB DAILY IIRnALD SATURDAY. SEF'TEMBRn 11, 1018 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Some N'Uts to Crack by the X". F. A., by S. S. Purthnui. Kx V\cc Vte* 1 In :\ ijomo'-nwy ::mli us w,� wrc striv-1 fll't !:i '."'llit. I 'I'll.- I". 1'. .V twnnnt nfimM to he| i",i on tlicst1 vinl muttors. ami \vi>| : : : : * :* PALL RYE FOR SPRING a hi-p'toforo mentioned  ho IT. F. A. i� largely responsible for Hie present Liquor Act. Is it to be r: Jorcerf? Already it Is liccomtiiK t!i-."�ommon jest of the street. Ar-' we a: fn orgnnir.atl-iii Roiii*: to tob>r�:o . half hearted enforcement of this in-, /ortant measure? It Is immaterial in this connection whether we individually supported the act or not. When #ny measure becomes hw. we. as an jirRanlr.ntion. should stand for it? enforcement, otherwise i' is useless to ;nak� laws. The officers of our gov-jrnm^nt should know that the orpan-l^aton stands for enforc- inent, and enforcement of the law a? ;,* standi Is the only hv.ilthy view il'.at any officer can take of his duty. In this connection th- 1". F. A. ehoultf be active in more than one particular. We cannot avoid having some; sympathy for the man who steals; bread for those .who are dependent j upon him and are hungry, but w� have no sympathy for the man who passes over our farm and steals our ilouble-trees or our wrench'* from �it:r machine, or pilfers simply be cruse he has an opportunity, ami yet Hich sort of ihinK Is only too common. The birds and came on our farfti �r� an asset. We admire the man syho enjoys an hour row- and then with the gun. but we have no sympathy for *ho man who kills came out of sea-jon and who trespasses upon another fi^ktlice! Lie* must be conquer.*!- Th.y torture your fiw.1*. c.�ti� arxl oihrr live s'.o.:*, and Kill your flamta. In �hert, they eap your proiTta. Powdered man's land and shoots his stock without permission. Wo te.i!i,-e that there is no harm In a guthsnnp of friends whlling away nn hour occasionally at a gam-.' of cards, bw flv j::imble:-.� ..Ion. winch can be foun.i in many localities aad into wh^,,.i :'a-- innocent ure beKui!�d an I roldicd. mu.� ri'it be tolerated And ;u ;bi-= conne--'ion win: do wv think of ' sepreitotcd areas" In our ci'ies �ii-re mt�r.il v tots permittrd. Are we coin, .v'e such e\>.-u violation of We believe that i* is up � pi.rc that our cities, which p.itronape, should bp r.-.a ie we do not h'.ame any f.r:-a file's to trade In any ��:;>� ates paml'linc: d-"us ami " nrpas." Thv r apa'.nst his own house." in iiis own community, do his part to :'aa;;o It.-; own portio it'iel 'f the prov -i onv dut i th. tii.i t,il,- Ar to', 'loll i Ik i' ih.i' -1 union t: -d bv aid be of tin -Is the :: up tn your ur ; h al and. see that :'f-.euted b 'f''i i- tii-' illi pis � the nr.'.nn- As there will ho a verc confidornble aniount of land thai was seeded lust sprinc and has failed to produce a crop owinp to the. drouitht tlicouphottt the different parts of the West, nuw is the time for judicious planning, and prenarins same for '.Ton next year. Most of the crops around this district ar> fair, althouKh in some cases they will barely cover expenses and some have been plowed up already. I In tny opinion, fall rye will solve 1 the problem to n preat extent. I ho-|. , , . lieve -:,..,c are some fanners who feel .'"T;0 tAP..",iH.fol',.m.u, ; a little doubtful nhotit fall rye, as by tntniv accounts n pood tnimber of no-res of it have been plowed up this vet.r. but 1 (eel sut'  the cau�o of it heir,.-; winter-killed in most cases win ; owinp to tn" seed not beintc sown ', t arly eriotiph last y-.ir. and in some ; c.i;e-- iltc land v.'an nut in poo/f enough j condltion (From Our Own Corresnondent) Claroshnlni, Sept. 13.-Owing to n breakdown tit tho power plant the, towu hag been In darkness for tho last 10 days. Tlio repairs having arrived for tho engine) It is expected that tho lights will bp In running shnpo today. Lawrence Comottson had the mlsfor-tuno to break his arm in two places. Ho took a notion that ho would jump over �'> tennis net and his foot caught, oast of (own. We nudecstand that be Is highly pleased with his Iron horse. Mr. H. Law lista commenced the urec-tlon of n vory fine rcsidenco on tho properly next the ilcmnnatrntUm farm. This residence will Improve that part ot tho town wonderfully. The Ilex theatre Is installing n light system of thoir own. It la n Fairbanks-Morse system. A. E. Htrango lino taken a position In tho storo ot W. T), winter. Annablo for Uiu While Mrs. l.t�)-ton llooilivln, wife of the CI'.It. telegraph operator at Nicholson's Siding, went, lo call her husband to dinner their llttlo tlattgh-tor, Mona, aged threo and a half years was so seriously burned that she (Hod shortly after being taken to tho hospital. ' BANK OF-MONTRE A t: atel .11 i'i 10 GET 1NICIPAI. HOSPITAL DISTRICT FORMED. PROPERLY DERNED SCHEME MUST FIRST BE SUBMITTED It seems >o be the general ">e>"l opinion that fall rye should produce :ard to|;l lVop under any i ircunistances, nnd i til'lavwli It will do well where other -- . prains (nil, it is reasonable that when ! conditions ure favo.-aMe. It will do much hette in . This come tlr.'ouph. t ill'1 drought oti �P V.'oi.lld fl.ive (io 'ii-inp Align'if is to be sown -abou "est on a well p: ,i at tiie coiomei: -.hould be left w. h . 1 tiie , now. "i !i'-,np wintor-k \II fall in, i rot',- iloilii am! ar- Lice Killer klltt ilet. miles and lns�as on fowl*. pluM* iitsi uc.inaK Dc�a not irrua.t� the �km or Ituic* of poultn'. H�rmVe�Mi to u�* Certain in r�aniK� At your deklar** In �lft�r top c*uv>. Writ* for n�nr look on ow�� of i*oultr>-. IVm FItEE. Pratt Food Co. otCanada, Ltd. 3S(hi CarlawAv*. Toronto. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fcnlW plains of Western Canada. Tho Canadian Pacific Railway make* it eaiy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30 on acre; irrigated land up to $60: 20 years to pay. Loan toaasist aeulcrs on irrigated lands. Gee full particulars and free Illustrated literature from �UIN CUKION.Ow'Ifcil CM. la* 90S 1H ft. Cm*. CALOARY iKdmonton .tnurnall. I I'.eaiiilnK that there i� Mil! oo::-i i ( eraiile .niNconccptlon r-'carditu: t!;  step? to be taken in the formation of municlpnl b.ospital districts. I!,1:; j George p. Smith, who, as fir�t mitii--'-.vini: �� view or. the subj-n tho matter h:i: :t;> to the present there has not b-- :i a:: opportunity to do thi�. Mr Smith finds t'.tti: there are many peopl" who 1  iiec that ;!� department Just coos in withotit ap.y renuest on the part of the ro:n:'.i:i:i!-ty. forms up the hospital tint" .irt-I then Jnrn� it over to tiie mur.lcSpa'.i'y to (inane* an hep; they may. ii" ff??l� h� cannot too ^tmt.nly contr >-vert this notion. Th" p-ople m'.t-t them�Plve� siie up t.o'.; ,,-vn -i-",a lion. PUKK^'t hmmdarifs to inc'.-.-f-districts tha� will work harnionion-ly toeelher and th"ti brint; tb.ejr prop -fltlon to tho Roverntnet',;. Th" b-iv-frnmcnt can then com� In and h ' partmont oftvn h-.i* to r!*;r h Idea that the plans that have u, prepared for th- as-i-tance of t!i" trictl must he taken in to'o. Tho je plans. �ay� Mr. Smith, have h�"n |,r,-pared by the department as a �ai !� both as to lay out am! a� to |.-.,-  They do not have to u^..- t'ti'tu. ,.. only rpserrRtion thst the depur'ni"::: makes In this respi-n i-i that th" ph.n-to bf Used must be aecptahle to tiie department. They may be modification* of the plans offered by th  d" partment, or they may be entirely different, but so lonrt as they ar- considered cuitaiile they will he passed. It Provide for Cottage Hospital. � There were originally three plans | offered by the government, bur th"*,. ; the minister has had modifieil to suit : vera! needs. These plans are attractive and are of the cottage 1m--Vital order with separate Isolation ward and.so on. N��iv plan.? wer>-drawn up. however, which are alt,,-l-ether different in character -and while possibly not so attractive from tho outsido, thiy t.re still very suit, i able nnd convenient as well as Iofs i expensive. i There are altogether now six separ-I ate and distinct plans for submission | to the people Interested, and each of j those Is capable of such variation and I eitentlon as will add several otb..-r beds, or give different accommodation, according to the r-imrein.-tita of tho district. This may ha dune by a minimum of disturbance to the orlc inal unit. Also by providing mil-id.-accommodation for the nurses whhh can bo done at m re iret-'u; :s ide il f tti'l that ha �rt.i'.lo'.v-. ,-'i.ii' to m.i it a (plant; ve.ir i have seen tii" winter nnd re-'.and that no other tl" he rU'iit time for ; the second week pared secd-oed--;c,-nmii' of winter 'h n v:ood growth vliiiti prevents It i around hero are .in-' about ready :':i" I resent tlmn onions rainfall. " crop*, and for n phined up for �1 the v.-eods and :.!;' I start, ami moisture before The new school Is about completed and It Is expected to be ready for use in the course of n woolt. Tho olovntors are working oven; time these days takitiK care of (lie prain that Is rtinnliiK from �0 to ,!2 bushels per acre. Ranch Sold Tho KinKscolo and liody ninch west of Claresholm lifts been sold to Carbine nnd Ilrown of Stavoly. Tho auction sale of nil thn surplus stuff on tho ranch will ho hold at the exhibition -grounds at t'laresholm on Wodnoadnv. Sept. fjr.th. This sale will he well worth nttetidliiR as the ranch was hhp-I plied with everything of the best. Mr, KinRsooto, who Is nn offlcr in tho navy. Is here nt iiresent and will remain until after the sale. The first Kordson tractor to be sold j here was purchased hy I.. K. Atkinson ESTAMJSUED OVt* 10� VEAHS Victory Bonds Victory Bonds, other securities and important papers should be kept safe from Are and burglary. Safety Deposit Boxbm in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a small charge. HCAD Or ICC MONTREAL. ILETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. H. HARM AN, Managei .see.lim; the rye. Also, any one with ty In- In, r'>;i�,-i| 'tuircl l,v fi;-trii-'. Mr. .-v h f.-.-'I'i !h;i � '; !!�* Hi,- v.iri->ti.i I.....II- i..ti��.!>- j�ri>vinff th" pi.i".- mill ni.i!:,- .- iu' tii.- a! !;--s \c : � JIllljlX'.'i' i'Jll, ; IIOII" t>. .. pit!'" hi* ill (.iriw-r v)i� ! accijiii'.ts in I book of fi.- 'Fanner'* Ac-T, cn:ii|iili'il r-ii'l the : !i|>i.!i--i| fn-'. !h,- ;,i',iicv �>'. ur.y \i;ii,-il with ilii-'., ill fin I -ni'-ii v. i,i'i; , .I ir.illy ea.-y. Tin.-j in lliii li.iol; ar,: ! !;� f i rme'.' linsiuen.i �' I,.- ..}>:� I ilnui-.ie ''rovi cicll lie- j ha in'"-", aiid can | i.- Ill:: r|-,.,lf(--l| (|,-- | i ;;;i> AR'tTta JiHiIiieijial THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., l.LD., D.C.L, frrMdtnt H V F.^?NE3, Aii'iGenL M�r�t� 5IR JOHN AIRD.G�n�ral Manager V. C. BROWN, Sup't �if Central Wtctii this yeur. A e!n!m jjn:ii to Iianil from the Curiiiaii'viv iiiv| i'l'el i-, llie lale^l li:l ciVeil, L'U'.I ll Ul ', iiuv. |,';ie(r ll'-llll Wit II. I ! I'.-.v 'I- illy l!n, Manic eoielitlo'i" ;n"! ,; a I -11 ......1 In h .('. e h, ell umil el, ,1 I i.> ii.  i ,ia|i,iiii. - eiif.ai'.eil In llie hail I j ill ii:,. >,�! a hit I I'i > - i I' i v in --inn up [ lie reason! j (, to-i;i t i, i; i.- Inn a - the >.iiaalioii inns' � lool, : in tie- iiiuniiiiiaf lioiird. H v. ill j'..... � o: t tevorubio for Hie pu ; I four The Provincial School Of Agriculture CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA RE-OPENS Tuesday, Oct. 29,1918 The lotitae extendi! over a period of two wliitern of fivo month* wli. (.'Olirae.i lire �iven DOMESTIC SCIENCE. In PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE AND No c-ntnincp exiunlnai Ion is required. THE COURSE IS ENTIRELY FREE The minimum ape of tulmlnsion for Iiojh U in yearn nnd for girl* Hi yiairs. For Calendar tmil further particular!', apply to A. E. MEYER, LL.B., Edmonton, 8upt. Schools of Agriculture. W. J. STEPHEN, B.A., B.S.A., Principal, School of Agriculture, Claresholm, Alta. I J >SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS The Bank recommends the use of its safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable documents. Our charges are moderate. LethbricJ^e Bnincli Warner Branch -Milk River Branch H. T. Brymner, Manager J. H. S. Gordon, Manager J. V. Steele, Manager P. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CON8ULT U8 REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFMCE ANO DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH 8TREET, LETHBRIDQE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS, BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE > ;