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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It APRlf ,1919 AI.Bt'UTA. PAGE SEVEN imiDGEWMANIL EVOLVENEWBRtEOOFSHEEPIN ELEVENyEARSiEXPERMSMS Dearth of Houses Is Serious Growth of the City Retarded R. C. Harvey Up Rom- nrv-fUnibouillrt Great Werk REPORTS 118 PER CENT LAMB CROP TO DATE l.elhtttdge district can toast die bind oC' pure-Tired Romney- 71arsh ihcep in N'orlh America, It. c. Harrey is (lie proud owner. He now numbers aver 400 in the band, of which are redltered. with the eicepUoa of this syrinx's larabB.. and they will be reciitered in a tiiort lime. Some lime quite a stir wade in breeding circles In the United by the publication of a alalemeat that one U. S. breeder had tho larxcit flock of Romneys In Amer- ica. were about 50 In (lie flock. Mr. Harvey has eljit times 4iiat number. 118 Per Cent. Lambs Lamblnr season has started in this district, tut irlll nol be imtl April 16th. Mr. Hanrey's iHonmeys arc-now lambiDCi and from 250 eyas ne already has '280 fine Jiealthy lambs..The percentage IIS pci1 cent., irhlch is remarlable. The sheep in the district have all corne winter in fine con- Uitlon, and ranchers toiinllns on a 100 per cfe'nt. lamb crop prorided the remains faforable Ulrougli the lambing period. New Type Mr. Uarrey Is guarding he lamb crop of hte purebred Rom iey lor tkls Ux itarl >f ail experiment -which' in about H lime will nee its culmination jnd the Introduction of r new breed oJ sheep wntcbWlll be registered uu der an entirely'different name from any other breed now.recistered.iau t will he a breW fitted tor ihe ranges with propc ittention paid to both mutton ant wool qualities. 'By carefol selection of breeding ewes Irom the crass ol (bo ram and the itomney ewes.'Mr. Harvey is breed Ing up the new type. Every two year will a step taken la arriving a (he nfw It will take crosu to fix the new type, so that the wbol process will take It has his plans and drawn, in the animal-bushaodry department of agriculture at Ottawa "a of registration books h being opened to keep track of the various funlllei of the new breed so that there will be no'In-breeding and so that tlie1 fami- lies will be straight, and at the end there will be no difficulty orer registering new breed. LMr. Har- rey lias not yet decided on a for the type. That the new Weed will be ilrong In qualities Jg.shown (hat wool from his Romney-Raoibonll lei crossWeds7 last year brought Ihe highest average price' uu the American market, his best.wool selling for over 73 cents a "It's a fright." r Tkls was the terse description o! tfe housing situation In Ihe city at the'present time by a house agent -who -has been busy the last'Week or ao, In the ualuful oc- cupation of telling applicants for houses that there was uothlug do-' t the normal time, may still be. come s csmlMate for the 1918 scholar- ship] -The electron of n scholar for 191J: will be arramfcd for later. commlltfre ot selection (or Al- fcerfAjfs cov'sllinted Tjls >loncf Ihe UeMtenanl man', the Honorable tie JMUce, the the Mlnrtter of Rdvca Don, the Clinceltor at the University, ihe-PresUeint ot Vrlrentty, wltk Umgwortb Sends 'OutS. O. Whoever there was going to be a surplus of in 'Alberta this iiasoB! to. the return of the hoys from made a poo- guess Tom Longwortn superlniriodsnt' of the prorincial labor bureau'here, saya so. All day Tiiejday Mr. Ivongworlh and hw assfartants -were (earing (heir hair trying U> oraer> ".We need right said Mr. Ixnigirorth, "and bird ly a rarmers have been in here by 3dmonton, but liave had p'oor re- salts and we do not know what to do." If the shortage, of men for seed- ing, keeps up there will a fall- Ing, off in the.-xmouai ot seeded. with the high 'price ot seed and the ihortage and sigh price of tarn labor, fannen are apt aaxious to fake big a riacco In putting a large (cre- ate, especially they do got; know what tte price of wheat may bB next fill.' ''V .tftorti will be during tile week-end to Metre mm (ram other parti lo till the riwrtace here. the Finance Minister and his collcagiiea ._-ivhen the start. Obtiarn (he data'.they are affcr road sunlmit. says Mr. toe wage hours, etc.1, with'th'siSlacKIntosh. ivllli-'bt1 open for-motor varying condition's other municipal The Clerk ot lisa i Tfouce has got the maclilnery gol4t in regard to obtainingTibc necessary, and the pfoceede of''tlU mail bag are looked forn'ard to considerable Interest by the civic net. U is either a case of going- on. passing the present'estimates, or issii- (raffie .in a week or ten days. The snciiis'sielting oft'and it Is not in i the shape it was -this time last year when .there was eigill: feet of on it. I say He leads n double he's a bull on Ihe Btoclrexchange and. a bear at homo. residence at Oxford.' .Cand Mates may elect wketner tlwy will apply for the of the protrince in they have KxrilrM any partof their ticrwl qnalirkatioA, or for that of the proitince fn which they liave their or tnah' private domicile, borne, or re- The'committee Invites application! for the KIT and 191S scholartbips tad theli should be In lite hands of the seereUry Jafer thai May Int. Kach schotennrp Is terufblc, for llireo yean and U at tho yturly of three .hundred ftmnts aterlfng." Candidates shall tw British r. with it least ffre yean' domicile In Ctnada. unmarried, they Ihelr'nlnclt'cnlli bnl not hare pined ibeir.twentyfifth day, 6n tif the rear for which they ire elected (.'SBdhJates mat he at leas'l la Ibtlr Sovaomon TJnlTerrtty or OoDen fit Canada, ant (If etertrt) pf year be'ore Kadi cardMcte Is required to far- nlek-with hts (a) a certi- iMte of age, (h) a tin atateneat of his .edocaticmal career at iwbool an coilMe; his record la (Uiletkx, from hli teachers iad profeston, reference to Ih leafed try Mr. Rhoilee, U hall gdnu fnmww.. ot 4n wwty M crickM, (he (II his qoamiea of manhood, trelh, conr age, der'oUon irnrpathy for Ihe protection of the week, Ul ime in Don't the Get your grates, other tractor re- pairs now. We stock on hand. Lethbridge Iroi Works Co., Ltd. innelfHhiicH, md and (li his Mbtnftlon duriag tckool days moral fon-.e of character, and of I Mlficts lo lesil sod to talM InlerHit in lil< sdMotnimtes. rfor Mter will k.Mle'r llfe'tn him lo emsesa btt faitJwT to teeTpttrf' of of sclcctlori at LBtvtrVJ at IP I n It OB tbe results for tbe past two It cuts and sears JmmcdiateJy arid prevents bleeding I have fonnd this docher !4oea' not retard the growth of (ami) as Is (he case in the old method o< docking, which ptil.i the hick one month. My dockfr can he used by any one. g R C HARVEY 631 3th Strict SCHOOLS OPEN The ciiy schools opened this morning with' aU grades iu at- tendance. The restriction as to cMluren under 10 years of age in tho picture shows and the stores is, howfver, still in rforce. tj. .j. At last night's special i metting of the Trades and C'oUncII it wos tliat t-Oc an hour should be the minimum rate of wages for labor' ZTS, on building v.'oi'k, etc., and t-5c nn liour for concrete mixerr. The trades will emJt'avor lo have tlila scale iiaid on all building tvorX. H was reported at last night's meet- ing by fonie of the delegates that the contractor of the Coca Cola building refused to accept returned laborers because of (he iicc that they could not handle the work. To Speak on O. B. U. An inritation was extended to all The .'flu continues on the down grade. There have been no fresh houses quarantined reported, PUPILS SELL THRIFT STAMPS The Uigb School has started selUng Thrift Stamps, and arc doing Tery well, as there is a demand foi the same. Club executive are reminded ol the first regular monthly meet- ing 10 be held tonfcht at S.3C in the office ot SupL Perurt- at the R. N. W. 'if. P. barracks. Important Shave comfortably with an AutoStrop m 3 no precious time lost jumbling with parts. all done without re- moving Made from razor. Raior strop li blades In neat compact case. HSS5E OF DONT FORGET THE WEEKLY AUCTION SALE UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROIT MR. O. S. CREST, WHO HAS SOLD HIS FARM, TO BELL BY PUBLIC; AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE, AT HIS FARM LOCATED Two Miles North of Experimental BdUisifi, tr Fire Nwtfc East of tbe Gty. On MONO AY, April 7 I AT ONE O'CLOCK THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT AND STOCK. 1 road Wcslern; 1 DeCTinc binder; 1 Van Brunt double disc drill, 22: 1 1 alfalfa cultivator; 1 fanning mill. Bull Dog; 1 feed cutler; 2 mancre 2 mowers, DeerllC, 6ft.j 1 rate, McCormick; dellrerr Massey-Hin-ta; 1 hay stacker; 1 buegy; 1 (rn'ct wagon with rack; 1-hiy rack; 1 lilow, P. 0. Hit; 1 harrow, 1 Kramer for plow; rValkini plow; 1 cultivator; 1 subsoil-pack- er; 1 Xreano Mrape'r; 1 slip scraper; 1 road cart; 1 Maclh outfit blower, forte, tmsU tools; 1 ehurn; 1 :1 h.p.; 1 range; .1 cook store; 3 Holateia milk cows (one-Is reclst-- 4 y.ears'old. and .fresh or coming; 1 Shetland pour, rears; 3 Oirnri] Grafo eires; 1 registered Shortkorn iioll, 4 years old; also. numerous small arUclw. 'i J PETER UVALLEY, atmday.Apr.5th at 1 p.m. All Horses young, in good condition, well broken and carry a three days'guarantee. Any Farmer having any Horses or Cattle, or Mac'iinery of any Description are at Liberty to j bnng them to the fwr ;