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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Page eight the lf,Tunninr.T' daily itihald SATl'HDAY, SKl'TKiWHKH 21. I'.Jlfs OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER!SHEEP IN HAVE DONE VERY WELL PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Si (Some Nuts to Crack br the V. P. A., by S. Pimhiini, Tlx Vlco-Vrr-s 1 AUTUMN CULTIVATION FOR WEED CONTROL. ' llNperiiivntal Vnrim consifto:;'ly urged by our Riv.l t�-�*.*-ilout. H. V Wood, unci that rl:.:: the V. I*. A. is hiitper and broader and bus more important work to do ;h.i:i I political party N'nw this does i;o: mean tin' the V y A. idtouh! no: !:.,-.  ;>y.ttU .>! .nf'ii- [ 'Mice As a mat:" ! �>f our organ! 'a' :>� ; pre->eu as an "it::'! I fitienc* is not con j matters In- any ��, ., | powerful men of ''". writ- *, .... ! the politician- u. ' tul men ontrol t! cannot rco int.i th- One of thr- problems that continually Brisos in thr Farmers' organization Is the jittitudo that tho organization ihoiiltl take in political controversies It is a popular delusion on tho varl t�f farmers that in order to secure tae thinKs for which ilioy arc urs.iu;.:: J they should form a political party, and farmers' organizations on this continent have heretofore /riven up the r existence in their efforts alon� the-o lines. Tn an nddrr=� delivered bv �r bfifnro tho I" FA Convention some i rears a so. wo dwelt upon this - n j--..� t.  till while this letter does no: permit tts to ro into the ma:!- r at letnrth. we Still believe that what we 'Mid. then la sound The r. K. A. should learn from the history of farmers' orstanlrn-Hons that have preee,!-,! :'. The preat Farmers' Alliance movement in the State? develop. .1 into the Vormhst party. The platform. historically 'Known as the "Omaha Platform." adopted at tho first annual convention in iv'. .>!-vocat"d principles that were new la the politics of that day. '1 ho tin. vr portion of tho'V prlncipl -� was .I'ter-wards enact*.-I into law cli.vfjj ).� ': Democratic party. Tliis platform w,n eoneeived in the minds of the loader* Of the fanners' orcanirations Several ronuressmen were cleric.1 upon it. ar.d several states, for a short time. were controlled hy the Populist ofti. is!-. 1 tit In ;;.-! onip''.s'.i;!!c this luip-h work the Populist party, ami the farmers' organization with :t. went out of existence, ni.d this is the sad history of farmers' organizations that permit j themselves to drift a.', organisations in- and the orenaijatioti to -lie pel�:-al arena. ''.'.cull all ' ti011- nor having tis.-it: fully ptrasi' tli- idea that has b a. : ; 1> the i'i'o piinmhiii'; ! i- iie-iraK' r w.itk it;' i - mv-und lo If io-a for sawitii -..-Ideiv.hly eari � o he the c i-, even prva'er a ns of k.-.'pi' the case of V" ttirninr: up -stocks to til- ii soi-M1 a-- a f -ted land^ in e...i are :p' accomplish" sion of the 1' 1' at hast, to .opt: order to do tin- � lines-ions .f; i > question- . td ;: far (J.-eper ; ' e ties. The !e?se:t .' > history of tit" t : t.on* on the ..." flu-'HC thlU '!'. affairs, by tln-t: -tic- as a party, i e,i jus; as weii had they, as a p. politii s. and a-: impressed upon through public i tical pa-t:-'s c\ for which the y this eout'sc ai-.r. politi. .atts wlio paniration for ; would no; have ** *^ [ t F-.-ani Ceir Own Corre.mctidonO ! Milk Kivef. Sept; 17.-Threshers' : reports continue to sdiotv better re-the stilt-' than the farmers) nntleipated. �,et; On Minuner fallow ton to twelve hu�h-e it euihles ! els to the acre are common, but no proper con-! "Uintver fallow *pell� no crop every in sprinp : time. Kveryone is worlcitiK hard v.uild o'her- ] plowinK or seedlnn to pot an early is perhaps, start tor next season, i-�>' as a j All the sheep men in the south coun-'i checU try have dope exceptionally well, we'-.Is the! This wee'.; the Harvey ranch shipped 1 a car of sheep to the Calory market. Johnston and Paterson have shipped their entire Uock north of Kdmontou for the winter. Joins Air Force. Mi lv White 1ms itone to the air r\i.e The Women's Institute pro- iia'ii a. hearty send-off a' the home of Hani, on Thutsd.iv �voninp. d ': .-'-h. a suniiuod up thA feel-of tie cotpTiany In a neat little - ; i. >,'.f |>reseiititi)t t'aat most ::'.-;!.-.,!i)e |,;lrt ,,f ;1 s!,,,jrt soldier .- - .' af"ty razor. After sinRlns ' .1 Siv. the KinK" and a rousliiK �; s a .lolly (loo 1 Fellow." the -. : '!' .!; P'--ed to nieet aKiilu next tim platform for a final !...'- : attil Cod Slued Mrs. White o a t-'.e : l.i;ii to i'ah.-ary. Mr. v : : i -iiird from Milk Hiver to i �-ills of !h of the fro-�rahle choc t'.i ? CLEAN THE POTATO CELLARS * ? * * ? > �xort- )ei: 11 '. r iir Mlc :d out of ion li.iv-mil -crvice. tli tant and ii ttcr setup, 'i youiiK kr. . !'. a iVatieenteiH | i i or.'.rol of it; I .is an orirar.iza-l the re - ran si- i 1 :':�' opposition -ppany n i'oli- j rvivctl for ' IN HOLD HENGLAND Kr.jrlish Pov: ' ComitiK' fish- own ns rmir.atc Win' Hit'o: N'o, can't come fish-1 1 'St me worm tiektit.- I'r.n. - .rlpt.i Clean ti|> Iho potato collars now mul don't wait until liarvent. 'Says the United States Dopnrlment of AKilculturo in pointltiR out that the .pinto erop promises to bo a bijr ono and that there is no excuse for allowing losses by rot in storage. Among tho RiipKostions the Department makes are the following: Get rid of every bit of vegetable matter in the storage collar; sweep und brush until it is clean; then give n thorough dose of fungicide, either gus or spray, tho quickest and easiest to apply being formaldehyde gas. Fungicides to Use For each 1,000 cubic, feet of spare use 10 ounces of formaldehyde and five of potassium permanganate Pour the formalin over the permanganate in a deep container, and then leave tho collar immediately, because the gus is given off at once. Should It bo found that these chemicals are too expensive, a bordeaux mixture of R-B--B0 strength Is recommended. It may he applied with hand sprayer, pumn or broom: It is effective when thoroughly used and It docs not cost much. It. Is oxpectlng loo much, says the Department to look for potatoes tit for market from a dirty, til-ventilated cellar. Time, money, and work spent in growing a crop are wasted if the potatoes are stored where dead potatoes are carrying over the organisms that cause rots. Dry rot attacks newly stored potatoes through bruises and wounds and spreads throughout the stored supply. Many Cellars Polluted Many farmers. It is stated, have cellars that now contain piles of sacks i of potatoes, all rotten, sacks and all, \ and constituting a wet, foul mass that I helps to decay the timbers and men- ! aces the crop to bo stored. j While there is no way to estimate the loss due to tho neglect and un- cleanliness in potato storages, It Is known to amount to a groat deal, not only In Hpoiled human food but In rot-ton sarks, and in actual money spent in the labor of handling unmarketable material, and In lowered-markot value of what is l�rt lo put on sale. There never was a time when something to eat wa� so valuable as now. and when so much effort has been expended In food production. For the same reasons there never was n time when the prevention of Ibis wa.sle was so important. "I don't see any sense in doctors being sick," said little Klb/nhcth, according to Iho 'Medical Journal,' '"cause they're right around with thomKelves'nll tho time." REVISED UTTERANCES. The crown prince: I havu tnol tho enemy, and I am his. Ltidondorff: 1 came, I snw, I retreated. The Knlser: 1 regret I lint I have only aevett lives (initio and my six sons') to keep safely In the roar for my country. The (ierman people: (live us slavery or givo us death.-Life. SAVE 'EM FOR COAL. Tho food administrator has frowned upon the. envelope plan of serving sugar in restaurants, but perhaps the idea ought not to he abandoned altogether. The envelopes, may ha handy to serve coal in next winter.- Kansas City Star. BANK0F-M0NTREAL ESTABLISHED OVER IOO Safety Deposit Boxes It is unwise to keep Bonds, Securities, Insurance Papers and other valuables in a house or office. Safety Deposit Boxes in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a moderate charge. / HCAO OrHCt.MONTRCA!, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.....G. H. HARMAN, Manager -1 wit! P. P. irrespe -' our ' e the lYe'tt  -.nkw, .ru i and N i:: THE 1J^'-'$ ^ til p Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Fqn: complexion beautifk-r, at very, very smull cost. Your grocer has the lemons, and any drug store or to'.let counter will supply three ounes of Orchard White for more l!u:i a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra-, heretofore, oxi.-tai % gran! lotion Into the face. ne,-'Kj arms'Jo. and hands each day and set, how ii behooves !h� I". F. freckles, sunnurn. wlncitmni and lan League alo. ;>> keep f disappear and how for which they * means to ke.ep M: 'membership from I to the tile:',::'y un | organisation*, ail ion the ,, or.t r.,ry 1 corae? �o i-'.-tr I anv polite' a! .re:,: ; efforts, its.-; ; l�ve�ie ci/.-.fa.-e : cu! effort*. ! "' s;ti-tt and !:- ;:.: very precari'ie-survives sip!) a  i jr. > f. Can one > lea mav thing . . and 1 w.iv d ut: tST'B 1ST* STANDARD DAMK OF CANADA HEAD OPFICE - TORONTO A General Banking Business conducted, offering special facilities in the handling of business accounts. -.u :::e toward- the oh 'ive. ,,,;[[ u�n public and b- '.rts eonf-js. J. C. SCOTT, Manaqer,  . C. F. BLFTCHER, Manager, . D. A. CURRIE,, 13th St. North. 4th Avenue South.  CoalhurM. �e'.l if the HARVESTING AND STORING CERTAIN VEGETABLES. I P. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ei-:;is'. lots harmless. No Humbug! Liftjff Corns Doesn't hurt a bit to lift a corn orcallm off with fingers. of the s'rlpe of our Kood p-' be our loaders. Men who r 1 importance of thin pha-e i '� (janlwtioii, and who :ir,- -e.j tiie IT. P. A. fcr politic;.! a I mi-nt. t v;:'l do aid..- to an 1 thr and tun., ltd d'li'e irve.' : ii >r..> .i : . tli" �aid" ami stare f.- THE RYE MIXUP For a few cents you can j.-et a small bottle of the', (Grain Grower's Guide), inutfie dnu; free/one re- Many of the men I have talked with i ently discovered by a ('in-, this season, are. stronslv convinced rmiiati man. , ,l,at t)l,,re haa be,,n som,-.wi,u, of a .lust ask at any store for a small ho freezone. Apply a few , these two varieties in the (train, it is !,, rip' to tie bo>:e.- tllett, Pre, pi tin if  .  ?.> ''ixpe! it'.lenta! � ..�'.- !r..n by expo o-c ::. Kvi-'.i if put. i.oul wiajipin^ each ' ripen ell. drug' niix-up with regard to fall and sprint; and kept v.-:it nttle of rye. As it is impossible to (lUiiUKui?.h | developing, , will go on pint;, i\vi-n:i lor!'-ii tlo srp into iho lo c;,rr.; a::d dry. ; to lie harvested i they will lc Tbi n lo split and it Is h.arvesi them, the j !�' Vi-nl eal to some ex-  tie plants so as to! - i I,,..'!.;., the flow of, id. If tile rr.|l,,r 1:1 , u\ liu- eaijliaice haV'; \ ov.iiii; lo the fros',1 dl for a t inie ou'i-ide ilrojm upon a tender, aeh- only natural that there .-'a .uld ini; corn and instantly, yes, some confusion, which would result 1 immediately, all soreness iti the inixini; of the Krain. In fact, disappears and shortly you 1 have heard of more than on" case will find ami the corn or where sprint; rye hits been deliberate-callus so loixe that you ' ly sold for fail rye, because fall rye | lift it out. root and all.; ^ jn ^eater demand and a higher �with the fiii(;t;rp. i price was offered. A season's Rrowth Just thinkl Not one bit i is all that is in-eessary, of course, to ,.n!ened calluses on Two thln�s wern emphasl/.ed by Pro-i u ,.u ' |nI ," 11,. ,oder i.y a! . . boiioio of feet, just ne.-m fessor Harrison in conversation -.vith ' t,.,...,-b pref. rablv -.. irvrow one fit' | j to shrivel up and fall off ,,., u.r,,,,. r(.rf.n,lv, whlr-h are ab-o- | ,,., ,,'r si.xte, n i:. do-, v.ide, and deep -l*^ without hurting a particle. ,1(,,.,.s,iirv ,,' onif>r ,0 Uiiv, Sll(.. \ ,.r,)U).h -, ,,., ,',,. .,,, of the cel-.-y � It is almost maeleal. i cess -A-ith fall rye. Tho first of these t will come ,|, ml Vv. 1 with Hie sur- jis to he sure, that It Is fall rye that is ' i:e " �. tie- rro'iml. 't lo- ,-eb-ry plant- Ik ing sown, and the second to jre! it ' are I't" el...... toi-atlo-,- �, it. ai,o m- in time so that there will he a Kood i fore tie re ai" r-v r- !r,sts, a. !.n� strons Krowth In the fall. It could ho | layer of slrt-'.v �r l-a;-' '* ih put over sown between AuKust If, and .Septem- th-ai-e ii,,1-1 in. tuV.eii lo have :t ' ! I'n Into ihe win!,:' with a eond -;i'uii;| to do thin it i � e >� i tor!: la- l;ei,i ,,:'( .t 1 iv W'-eki l.'.tfiri) ilie ] \> C Ihe .--oil and tin-In �diov 1 e]i,i rrowtb. dentin! i dtirim; the la Meiisoii elo.-e.- strtiw over a^ain, fro5! may be kept out, celery dnr, �>tit an ri'intired. barve-iiiiu; iiot.i;any which ' ni;(ni of de-ay .diolild lie Itnjit a;.- liMin tie- i. i. and used iii"t.: li'-lpin^ in avoid the development i -.'. hen �: ha ed I'otatoi ;'. . Iionhl ; OF CANADA I)e 'I I i a ' � ',,',1.ij- w.t ry favorably nf ti u'lii'ii lie re-I to the t'api At the i'eei-nt ,:,..�! elected who tboiielu his own tactfnliKe.. , filmed from his tir-t tol, upon IihIiik tif-l.ed i,, deliver at! ad- ilre.hs, he sturti.'d to- foliinvr: i "My fricnilh, I iliatl not call yon i lartlnK and Kf>n'lcni"n, I knov,- you too J we'll."-Awtwiin. I.o! . lien tie ji i.uiiili.i I> ii pin. ll! 1 lie lap; a enul jjlaei drv ored. pre,ul thinly, in' � ' and i'il run.' i moderately warm .\ ! !!. hniiili leii'iilns; KukII.Oi Bald! io l.i.. tutor, an report'd in the | 'i 'lirl.-i ian IteHb'ter': " l'liij/lish is a 'Iti'-er !am'iiat;e. Wliat. does this neii. ti-ine n.eaii: 'Should Mr. Noble, who .'it-, for Ihi., eoii.-.t it iieney, coiii'eiit to .�(and ai/iiiji anil ran. he will In all lirolmbility , alkover";" Co-operative Saving Is facilitated and encouraged by the opening of a Joint Savings Account in the names of! !u-bnnd and Wife, Father and Son, Brother and S!:;'.f-.r, or any two or more members of the family. Eithor can deposit or v/lthdraw money at will, and the i merest accrues to the credit of both. A'A the Manager for full particulars. LETHnniDGE BRANCH ......... F. W. Nicholson, Mananer CAHDSTON BRANCH .............. F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH ................ S. D, Griffiths, Manager P. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT U3 REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE. 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 ;