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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETI (BRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER Threshers' Supplies As in past years this si ore is prepared to supply threshing outfits with tho equipment expected of n wel! slocked hardware store. The ffoods are right and the prices are right. There is money saving value in ench article. Threshers1 Tank Yellow Jacket Suction Hose. 2 in x 20 it. 10.00 Foul- 1'ly Kubber.Belting: 1 inch. JKT foot' 5 inch, per foot....... 6 inch, per foot TlH'e.'hers Cable, .......30c one .i.nly............. S8.00 Engineers Supplies and Tools of All Kinds Complete Stock of Batteries and Spark rings. Binder Whips, Each 25c Cut out and paste in your telephone directory as name does not appear in last directory. 761 Gray. C. W., Hardware C. W. GRAY HARDWARE, 310 5th ST. S. ____________i-------- LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works The waters of the Nile have reached an exceedingly high level, necessitat- ing the enforcement of the decree of 1887, which empowers the roent to call on any able-bodied man to assist work for the threatened regions under penalty of -imprisonment. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK supplier from individual cows have psised the tubercular test by' the govern- ment vsicrinarian. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. HOLD JAPANESE FOR MURDER OF MISSIONARIES To'kio, Sept. Kiawa Ka- mi, has been arrested and the police allege has confessed to murdering Rev, TV. A. Campbell, To- ronto missionary, and wife, last July. BELTING MR. THRESHERMAX, we can supply you with any size, and make of Belting: and it cer- tainly Tflll pay you well to get acquainted with our prices. Gaudy Thresher Belts Canvas. Leather Belting .Tents Pulley Lagging Tarpaulins Rubber Belting Camp Cots Canvas Belting Leather Punch Lace Leather Knives Horse Blankets THEHE 18 NO OUC86ING AS TO PRICE OR QUALITY The Alberta Saddlery MARKETING THE CROP SOME HINTS TO THE How shall 1 market my wheat crop Ms year? This Hiked every (armor in Southern Alberta, vas discussed at last night's meeting if the Hoard of Trade, and tho out- come seems to have bee: hols stored, which will be released ui the opening cr the Dardanelles. Since Itumania Joined the allies the chances'for getting Russian wheat ut of the litok Sea .ports soon are greatly improved. On the other hand the U. S. crop tor 916 is only about sufficient for local leeds. Kilt there is said to be still a ousiileroble amount ot U. S. 1914-1915 Tops not used up. een 'about Uiis: have this first grail are further, there will 1) but supplies of reallj first class wheat are very short this year, and the dis- tricts shipping through and on the linn to Dumnore ure about the only areas on the continent that ule grain lo sell; be big differences in price this year between milling wheat and the off-grades. If there was only a few cents difference be-' tweeu grades It might not be worth plants that are commonly mistaken for It is the cord-Uke perennial root. Tills root penetrates tin) soil at n depth ot eight to fifteen inches, or more and gives rise at frequent inter- vals to leafy shoots. Thus it will of- ten he found that an entire ot thistles Is attached to one root, and Is ill reality but oue iilant. The root is exceedingly hardy, and can live over winter or through a prolonged drought in a dormant condition. Pieces of the root that are broken olf by a plow or cultivator and carried to other places will await a warm moist period, and then' begin to send up leuty shoots thus establishing a new patch forth- with. If tho leafy stems are cut down others will be sent up to take their place; and this process may be repeat- ed from two to eight times before the root becomes exhausted.. In most lo- The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED iBSi. Grain Insurance MR. FARMER PROTECT' YOUR YEAR'S WORK. We will Iniure your grain En or buildings, by the day, week or when sold the policies can be cancelled and a refund allowed. Insure in an Agency that will be I'n business to look after your interests if a alalm is made. Our Agency has carried 'on business'for over 25 years and is permanent. ACADI'. BUILDING LETHBHIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1326 K ,hj iralnT free from calities. the Canada thistle does not froTsS out ence is considerable. it Is this year, it will certainly while to follow .Mr. Fairfield's advice. In connectUjn with the marketing of the crop it would also appear to he few years ago" was thought to of Southern Alberta on a sound basis, je good enough for seed. and give commercial progress an im- The Dafcntas aim cUier spring wheat! petus that will be felt for many tntes were badly hit by black day. there has been considerable rust! the n Manitoba and Saskatchewan. This vill tend to increase the demand Cor irst class seed wheat. Perhaps the first duty that a farm- jr in this district owes himself Is to ee that he carries a lull season's sup- ily of seed at all times. This would mean that at this season of the year he might do well to have enough SELECTION OF RAM A FEATURE IN BREEDING It has been very wisely said that "the ram Is half the This truth is readily understood Uien we re- memtor that the ram is the sire of all the lambs, whilst each ewe is the mother of only one. or perhaps, two, UL UlllJ UlIC. VI y-> hand lor two seasons. It may be said, Umbg aimiwlly> The necessity of Ju- that with the poorest rainfalls we j diclous seiection is, therefore, very ap- have known we will never have entire parent says Canadian F'arme crop failures from drouth again, be- cause summertallow methods are so extensively practiced now; and we IiRve escaped black rust damage so far. So most farmers may think one season's seed enough, to carry just now wliea prices are so high. The next thing is to see that any grain carried in storage on the farm should be stored in good __ and that means not only four sides j readfness wherewith the resultant and a floor, but a proper weather-tight' rocf as well. Xow about the marketing. It would not be well to lay down hard and fast rules for thU disposal of all the crop, at this early date in the season. Hut certainly, with prices round a-bout Saving a few dollars on the initial cost of male causes wanton waste. Outlay Profitable An added outlay of ten dollars, ne- cessary for the purchase of a first class ram of pure breeding, represents onlv a small outlay on the first crop of lambs, and the ram may be used for more than one season. This outlay is more than covered by lambs.may be sold in the market, the quicker and better gains made by them and the difference in selling price between scrubs and good graile stock. From the standpoint of Im- mediate returns alone, it is profitable to use a good ram, and it !5 do.ubly dollar and a half for No. 1 wheat, a jmperatjve jn the establishment of a man who does not seii at least part. permaneilt a high standard of of his crop at these) prices runs aj Uty is to be maintained, serious risk of wanting very badly toj _ K8ep )dea! pr0minent himself later on. It will take some time for the aver- age man to get a half of his present crop carried to the market. Suppose he agrees with himself to sell half the crop at present prices; and to re- consider the whole question again, in the light of the state of the markets and tlie additional information as to crop returns, the state of the war, as affecting Russian wheat, and the mar- ket rates, most people would be like- ly to, agree that he had followed a course By the time, he has hauled half his wheat to the elevator more information ou these matters will be available. It might be well to repeat here again Mr. W. H. Fairfield's excellent advice about keeping the wheat that was cut before the frost on September In selecting a ram, it is necessary to keep the ideal sheep ever in mind; ideal in conformation, ideal in type, and ideal In utility. Size, type, vigor, masculinity, conformation and fleece are all important factors. For a pure- bred flock, breed characteristics are of consequence, "and a thorough knowledge of the'breed type is neces- sary in making such a choice. A grade flock demands attention to utility fac- tors in preference to mere fancy tea- tures, as for example, extraordinary wooling on the head and face, lack nf perfection of which, with some breeds is sufficient to destroy chances of win- ning with close competition in the show rings. ntd' female flowers are on separate plants and not all of the female flow- 31-s produce viable seeds. Neverthe- less tlie seeds are frequently hidden iwuy in straw and hay and are some- times present in grass and clover seed md in need oats. As each seed is equipped with a feathery plume, H. small patch ot thistle may serve to infest a whole neighborhood. Roots Must be Kilted The point that must be kept in mind .herefore, in fighting Canada thistles s that it is the than the ;ops. that must be killed. Simply cut- ting off the tons a few times (las the same effect as pruning an apple iree. But if tlie tops are cut oft deep and frequently, the root must eventually suffocate through lack of leaves. Bearing this in mlhu, uuy or tiiB following methods will be found effective. 1. suitable for one-half acre or more thoroughly in- fested land, from which little revenue could be expected anyway. Plow deep in the fall, exposing the roots to the Trost. Harrow in the spring to kill seedlings of annual weeds. Let the thistle grow until the first blossoms appear, (about June 1) or until there s danger of other weeds going to seed. Plow shallow and from then until frost ise disc harrow often enough to pre- thistle leaves from making over four inches of growth. If the thistles- jet over six inches high at any time tH the previous work will he undone. This applies, to all methods. Follow during second year with a cultivated crop giving a little extra cultivation and hoeing out individual thistles. Cut Crop Early 2. Partial grain fields or old meadows, cut the crop early for lay, if necessary, to prevent thistles rom seeding. Allow thistles to grow 'or four to six days tlie'u'plow and pro- ceed as in 1 for remainder of the sea- son. (2} For cultivated ground. Al-1 ow thistles to grow until- first spms appear. Plow shallow. :histles are about three inches' high, disc thoroughly and plant late smother crops, as below. 3. Smother of above. A good method on rich ground I'ut grass or grain early for hay as in J (I) above. Plow shallow four to six days later. Leave for four to six days more and disc thoroughly. Then sow smother crop buckwheat (4-5 peck J__, _, bTuaiJeast, fi-S pounds, millet, 3-4 peck) or fodder corn in check rows. After the crop is .off, keep thistles down by discing until frost. Hemp and Utility Ch, The ram should possess, such char- acteristics of utility importance, as _______________ 13th, separate from what- was shaped head, strong neck, wide, after that date. If wheat were round normal prices of 75 or 80 cents there would not be much point in this FIFTH STREET, LETHiRlDGE evenly covered, but not obtrusive, full heart girth, veil-sprung thick, wide hMnr full 'eg- of mutton, level back, fully and uniformly carried out to the tail-head; strong chest; straight underline; short legs; fleece dense and good in length of staple, lustre, and crimp, and free from any thinness in spots, especially on the .underline; lastly, but not least, the ram should show vim and masculinity. It should be the endeavor of every'breeder to try to correct the weakness of the I ewes by the selection of a ,ram which excels in these points. Grain Handled in Any Position 'We are in close connection with ex- port trade and pby dealing with us you save several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACOONALO BLOCK CANADA THISTLE GREAT NUIS ANCE; HOW TO CONTROL The unpopularity of Canada thistle is due largely to its unsightly appear- ance and exceedingly1 spiny leaves, and to its persistent resistance to extermi- nation. Under ordinary cropping sys- tems, and with reasonable care, the thistle is at worst a disagreeable nuis- ance. Generally speaking it does not injure the quality or quantity of farm products, excepting hay. a-? much as do quack-grass, wild onion, wild mus- tard and others; nor is it as destruc- tive to the grass in pastures and mead- ows as are n number of almost, insig- nificant little weeds whose very ex- istence is often unsuspected When left to itself, however the thistle will spread rapidly until in a jeais it will more or less completely occupy the land rendering it unfit for farming purposes and sharply depreciating its market vaiue. The soil upon which Canada thistles flourish is apt to be of good natural fertility, and it usu- ally pays to reclaim thistle-infected fields. The cause of (he remarkable vital- ity of Canada thistle and the point that distinguishes it from other prirklj INSURE THE CORRECT ADMINISTRATION OF YOUR WILL You know better than the Courts how your Estate divided. Insure the correct division of your property by making your Will today, and appointing us your Executor. We vvlli carry out your wlihes with the utmost precision at small cost to the Estate. Consult us or send for our booklet on "Wills." The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited ALBERTA v Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWtN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commerce W. McNIcol, Insp. OF CANADA With Cash in the Bank Yon Can Buy lo Advantage You know how everylhtaf costs more when you hays to buy on credit., Why not practice self-denial for a while if necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with the money In hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will hzve made 3. good start toward] 'financial independence.- Lothbriilgc Branch G. H. Tinning, Manager Orassy-Uku Branch K. Sands. Acting Alnuagcr falta may be either spring sown, according to custom, alfalfa are excellent smother croiic itions where they are grown. Al- or fall but the surface of the ground must he clean and well prepared before planting. .4. Cultivated general- ly useful method. Corn in check rows best crop. Have ground'clean before planting. Equip cultivator with nine inch sweeps instead of ordinary shoes. Keep sweeps sharp and cultivate fre- quently. Hoe the corn after laying by and cultivate the ground after harvest with a disc harrow until frost. Re- peat second year. j Hoeing and for a small patch. Stake out the patch and regularly with a sharp hoe or scythe at least twice a week. STANDARD BANK CANADA HEAD ornce TOROWTO New Subscriptions to the CANADIAN WAR LOAN will be received by this Bank .free of cost. Fullest information lupplied by applying to the Manager of thi> Branch. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH K. J. G. D. SPAFFORD. M.n.gir. CHURCHILL GETS CREDIT London, Sept. Daily News yesterday said that David Lloyd George was questioned by a press re- presentative about the tiew "tanks" and remarked: "We must not expect too much h-om them, but so far they have done very well. It really is to- Winston. Churchill that the credit, is due more than to anyone else. He took up with enthusiasm the idea of making them. a long time ago and met many diffi- culties. He converted me and at the ministry ot munitions we wont ahead and made them." GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotaUoni. AH markets. You are Invited to make trae nee ot this service. Ask for bidl on your carlols of Private wires to Ntw York, Chf> cago, Minneapolis Winnipeg Baird BottereU, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOBVMgr. Phonevl699. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Prafnch- R.T. Brymner, Mgr. Duncan :McRue, timber inspector, son'of the repre- sentative of Victoria County, in the first legislature of Ontario after the passing'of the British America Act in 18G7, died in KILLUO IN COAL-FEEDER .yReglna-, Sept N Gibson a fireman at a local business block, wna instantly killed.late this evening. Hev fell into an automatic coat feeder and .Ills head was tut open tiom the top down'to the neck. INVENTED ARMORED MOTOR CAR I Lieut-Col. E. D. Swlnton, D.S.O.. Royal, Engineera, who worked on the I Invention of the new British [the neavlly armored motor cnrawnicn] 'have proved so effective. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. OFFICE, WINNIPEG. -Write or phone our txperne if you have grain to bundle. We cm you the belt price the market will ttand and give you courteoui tervlce and prompt returni. LETHBRIDiSE'OFFICE. SHERLOCK' BUILDING." ...ft, T. MACLEOD, MANAGER, ;