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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APKH, 17, 1911 THE t, E T H R R I D 0 E DAILY HERALD SEVEN It must be F.vex il do-.iMe the POM-I] Mould be a6 itouoiuiol and it-tttsfcnszible article in every lor Jinviil has Ixi'n movtO to ot frcn 10 10 20 limes amount nVcu. OL, Be.; 11 iSoi.i I 1 With the Farmer tbal there mi Increase in tbe num WHEN SHOULD SOWS, BE BRED? Extracts from W. F. Stevens' Bulletin on Preparing for the Pig Crop Thv ijuofltEon of how many Htk'rfi to rslao iier year Is a perennial and apparently' no nearer. Eellloment than It was half a century aeu. All sys- tems have their advantages and ills- aJvantages. Climatic conditions, c'luSp ruent and the umcunl of carp tin? sn-luo grower Is JireijaVed to x'l'e to Jsia animals, will deterratoi; Uig sys- u-TQ lie should adopt. One Lftter Per Year With Mature Sows This syslein 'iicruilis'of conducting the g1 id th but little expendi- ture for housing. Whore it is tho sows should not -farrow until lute In the spring or early in summer. Tim Is then warm and noed Ijo but llltlo outlay for shelter. Tiierc is at that time an abundance of succulent feed and If tlie EOWS are allowed the run of a jjaslure lot, they will keop tbeuiFclves In health, their milk will to "cool and wholesome, and the death rate among the pigs will he small. The jiigs may le ]icr- mitted 10 follow the sow Tor an lu- dcfiullo jierlorf. and they get a better start than they would jf wean- ed at tlx or eight weeks of nge. After I he arc weaned, the son's can lit- glrco the run -of a pasture lot and kept at await .expense until bred again. that had In far- Aside.from the advantage of being able to a large number of sows tnejsuensjro equipment, there are many advantages to be derived from this system. The vitality and breeding tho animals can bo maintained until they are six or seven old, and If they are not pern-jilted to get too fat, they will throw' stronger and larger litters than they if bred iwice n year. One disadvantage of this system Is that the sows comb in Bcason so frequent- ly between the tlmo or weaning tho pigs -and (bedtime lor breeding Cor Ifce next-litters triat they 'sometimes Full to Tylijen served. One' LlHer Per Year, Young Some farmers. follow the practice of having thclr'sowa farrow when one year oid. They permit the pigs to follow their' dnma uotll ten or twelve weeks old and then fallen tho sows for market. The desired number of .EOWS IB then selected from ataong the young pigs for breeding the next year's crop. Thts Is a very, easy and sometimes a very profitable, wajr.pr growing port. Tint It is carried on ai a great loss of vitality and breeding power. It is invariably followed, In-a few genera- tions, flrat by uneven, then small Ill- tore and afterwards by susceptibility to disease. Some 6 wine growers havo' endeavored to overcome this tendency, by using aged sires, but they were then confronted by the fact ber ot rowing. The system of breeding' liamature otly.cau followed for six or elfcht yc.irs without zarlous.di tlon (iroilikdi care Is. oxercUed in .ing diem o'Jt of large, even lit 2111] keeplug a jew aged sows apy .deficiency' In the number of syllable brcedlpg animals Hut may occur as a result of Hie so- vsrc system ofculling lhat muet be practiced in order tg tho vitality of HJQ In' JhlE system boar of froia twelve to elgiueeu muutbs old should bo used..' l Two Llttcri Per Year Tho percentage growers hi Alberta wlip matte raising tuo litters of from cocl sow jier year h finjall. Tho difficult; lies In thc fact th'at'cur tumir.erd an bomawhat short. Tbe' eprlog Utter! must Ujeryfore t-ome at a liine whei tliere is danger of cold-weather. iliti occurs, untcss-.the hyualng, can and rmtiagoment are good> 'the dent! rate will be Then again, IhV.pIgs from tlio an turaii farrowing art qtEll diuall wbt winter arrives, and it requires gone, hoasiug und a skilful feeder to cure a groxvm from amail pigB durEn; weather Jlint' Is commeu'sunit the amount of feed conEumc' md labor iQvolyed. For these reason many sivlno growers coDtenJ'that one 'ull Hiter cheaply growii Is much to be preferred fracilonal litters grown at a greater cost .in feed and labor- HaisEng two- litters per year each heavily on her vitality. It shortens her period of usefulnesoj and la-'one cause of UG- oven litters, _ Three Littery -Every Two. Years Swine growers that are pro- tect iheir cold, and who Lave the time to', give them extra caro ihai they require during the win- THE.PANAMA CANAL IS TO BE OPERATED UNDER CONTROL BOARDS "The- control boat da are approximately operating 3 uf (he locks themselves. They hnvt hidlL-atiup de vices which always thow e-tact position of the valves, ln-k yaics, and vvatr-r-leytlp in ihe various Icrk cLaiubcrs, and so far as was -Arc sjnchronouE witli tho movement 01 liic loch -side ant centre vails of the locks are'represented or. boards oy plites. and ilie -.v.iic-r in liir blue Vcr inont mailile slebs. Tiic of a su-hli aluniiuuu; chain the thain of the lock itself. .Tust as the large chain Is levered into a slot in il-.e liottom ot the lock, EO tl-.t small IP lowered into a slol in thr. top cf the American. ter months, 'the- practice of having the sowg to eight, months a. profitable oce, Ry this system eacji farrows three litters every two years. There is suf- ficieot tine between farrowing to per- mit tbe pigs to follow unlll they are ten or three months old, and they a re. then leec liVely to nave growth "-.arretle'd when weaned. Tbe will hayc from four to six la. which; to recujwr, ate before she and he vitality "will thereby, and there will noljbe so long an In- terval between pigs are weaned and.lhft Is bred again, as to an-uncerUln breeder. CARPENTER ON THE JOB- SOAKS FIRST MAN HARD TJanff, Iprlj SKas" E. Carpenter, of police at Ed- "duties as today. monton, commenced, stipendiary h He senloDced Joseph to three years In' theft from tlie flashing a knife and talking oE-hiUIng.wKcn'ar reelcd. OTHERWISE WINNIPEG' MAYOR WOULD HAVE REFUSED TO ATTEND CATHOLIC BAN- QUET Winnipeg, April peacon to3ay made a Elateraent In reference to Ilia attendance at the all-WpEtem Catholic banquet "here last night after WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY HELPS MAGISTRATE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM who slaiigbicrs ani- mals or dresses their flesh for mar kot; also dealer in sier's new International "Dictionary. Insofar P-S Ih e I ice i: s t; by] av: c c n ENTIRES H I! he 'had refused to attend became :rs toast list provided for Teccgiilllou of the Pope before the King. The mayor said: "The committee in charge of Hie banquet walt'cd upon me at four o'clock yesterday afternoon and anncuuced lhat they were-willing to make concessions which woulO meet my. objections. I objected to" at included as liable to lie liccuEe iru- decision renilereil thls-Diornlng- by I'olice Magistrate Kl- May be Allowed Says Mayor on His Return From Edmonton .Mayor Hardle. who lias been in Ed- ton -who adhered to tbe meaning of rcontoh for tiie past few days the bylaw (hat butchers the convention of Alberta may- ally understood to tie Uiose who soldiers, rctuined to the city this after- meat over the block as 'well as IJicselnoon. The cliief .matter before the tending the as maybV'unleb- r.'ho killed 1 week two 1 meat. Last j convention was in connection with refuted lo the honors: to the King1 look piece-' W' their Uccn5e under tjie b-vlav-' denco over that of the -It was IQO 01 "1EI arranged that this by jthat tliey wc'rc M0t bul tho singing ot tile National' Anthem not butcr.er or and tho defence of tlieir counsel tchers kill their own proposed aipendraents. to the liquor license ordinance, by weans of "u-bicli Iho munit'Ipalllles might be given the tight to coUect license tees tram per- tons In" Ihe Mquor traffic itneaL The two men wore ordered to and receive a share of the lines jm- sympalhUers in refustng to.'nUend a function where Hie toast to the Pope's health took precefit-ncc to ih'at of the King." >r our announcement and discounts on Sporting CJpods in tomorrow's Herald fflJWELS iJU! Ur UfiUER? for an amendment to (be Theatre thai a. moMy of every in them. want you to come to c.ndl a of Uicm. UK a few cr the entire box. Thru, if not. entirely sa'.- isfird, cctr.e back vfAl give back your s'oney. VOH premise nothing, nothing. accept your mere -vr.rd! We bdieve Rexull Ordrrlics arc thc Ixst bowel rcmc.'U' They like candy. easy in action, ihev pricing or Rcir liic l la lle fl' of nl Ponlreom nntl Schuot acts, TTRS re- quested by r en oln l ion, Stipendiary Magistrates Mayor Hardie sluted tluil Attorney- CeiierarCroF-R remarked that it v.as the latcntion of the government lo, at any early dale, appolrt Elinoiulhry and of the bon-cU r.nd promptly reHsvc to overcorr.a its iwl at the Fame time1 .rcrriovjnj; sick .f-'.'iqusnrss, rind o'.htr iils cinsfjl inactive In ycst pfxiet tin boxes; I fte, 2-Sc, fiflr. HpxallOMriliesio'ljIyi'jl JKe Slrrts, r.r.'J fn this oirly of us. J. p. Hlglnholhanj e Co.; Limited. of the ijrorinctel yoveru- nicnt. so (lues would naturally RO to "government, as [rif rrosccu- lions "would be inacJo them. The LathbrWgs's Request Mayor nUci Ihat iiit; Cabinet .Ministers nil seemed In fav- or of tho of l-etlibridge that be given .tills city to Is- Alberta Are you looking for the best buy in Lethbridge or vicinity? If you nrc lot m shop; yo-j our acre cirdcn Ifcc KANE PLACE, one half mile MSI cf (ho City Urnllp. liavc only 3 fctv Ion. Thr-Ec ucrc tracts nre ncm- rouly few socrtinp, ami if properly secdcil ami cultivated sbonlcl neiriy pey for tli'o land. If y.-c Imve any of thosp one Kro tinola left on tht: loll] thn price fin be advanced to per Unlll that rtmc price ivIH be 1350. jtr acre pbs cost of -for garden purposes. Terms JBO aire cnsli; tmMnce 815 per month nt S% IntnreM, Title will be given a: cny tinid finnl raymc-tt is Office open evenings. Phone 1425. Balmoral Block, LethbrJdge. Alberta, SIMPSON'S AII i-xi-i'ciliiii.H v siriHiji" UM nf Imsint'." far lliusi- win) ailvMiitj'.jiv nt' our Sprciul li.ivc no iiiuk lo oiler. ;ulvcrtiscil will lie I'oiuid Women's Cotton Crown Quality Underwear Fabric Gloves AT SMALL PRICES t'oltun l or .sleo RIBBED COMBINATIONS WOMEN'S GAUZE LISLE TIGHTS WOMEN'S LISLE F n CO.V.DINATIONS I Ob CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS. lil'-FLfhcil lialliriqgai: BOYS' UNION SUITS Fine llullirlsean On Sale Saturday al Reduced Prices -4 Inch SILK LISLE GLOVES ran. ?.rty, uMte Cfan I'tr OUi< LISLE HlflL-ft. lau 24 inr-U SUEDE ijult value I 9C 2 rtun? CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES. Mjl-k, Inn, natunii am] v.liiu- per I'Liir 24 iT.cli SILK IJDllbli1 clastic hem Good Hosiery for the price of ordinary kinds WiiiiK-u's Silk boot Hosiery. Mack Ulnck Cut ton Hosiery will oivp, HOLKJ'UOOl' Hosiery for men. women and uliildroji. Ihn ouiy iruavrtiitccil liosiory on Iliu market. 1'riccs: MEN'S. 6 PAIR WOMEN'S, 6 PAIR CHILDREN'S, 3 Pair 51.50-52 52 S3 S1.00 AH Suit and Goat prices broken for a big business Saturday .WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS to 427.00 O E tt'ortll up to {2D. f-l 4 Pricn- UU Piice 1 iUU WOMEN'S FANCY SUtTS- WOMEN'S FANCY COATS NEW ELACK AND WHITE FANCY AND PLAIN COTTON CHECK Bstra heavy CREPE, i't luches in suitable for coatr, or Eludes. -if ln Ehirls QCn Pc.-rard I Per yard 30C Boys' Suit Sale Tweed Siiif.s in "double byensted styles for age.s 7 lo i'2 yi-nrs. Saturday sale price Avenue South. iin deli en Cure to r cits for tbe past six years, altlto-jgh j was necessary that they a'wnU the j cluni of Prtniier Eiiflun from Eu- opc before anything dofiniln could rtcclUed. The Mayor taM tlset the ssurance given him isould be suffi- ent K o; credit ;it he bank which would relieve the ity's iminediatc needs. Edmonton Street Railway Speaking of the -liJiconton Strrel lailwuv, M-hir-j he IcspEcipil closely, Inyor llardic saEtl thai he had been j liferined by M ayov rN'amara that ho line "wn? losing from to a month, and that it was Ihe ntonllon of tlip to cut out all Tie unproductive ttub lines and lo caiaV.ish B straight five-cent fare. The Mayor .was of the opinion lhat he five-cent fare Idea- vtis a ino. ;tnd that possibly U bo lo ;'iit it into force here. St. Augustin's W. A. Missionary Tea m CIF ;X.INSPECTOR SILLIKER OF THIS OH IS ONE OF THE APPLICANTS Tabe'r. -.-Vpri! for the position of Chirf cf Police are coming before Iho (own tounrll in large innjrbtrB, an.i thorn Is an from ex-Insiioetor Silliker of UtiibrHge. Detcclivo Campbell of Xcdirinn Hat has r.Uo applied, and U Is said lint bid fa- Ilib poalllon If looked ivlth favor.. Ford of C'olfmaii nnd !i. J. Daley 6( Mraoii' ton nrc among the ether applicants. Thc appointment will DC-roade Eomc time ncsi at a special rocclluj; tf tho co'.mfil. J255 4lli Avenue S. April 17th 4 to 6 Ailmission, 25c ANYONE CAN THEIR CLOTHES WITH DYOLA Tho Dj-o thai colors ANY t SAME DYE. CliM rrf-. fnliovtDntthlQtbtittt. tot Refill Thifnfiiim rlrSirlnnCn I InilMI.ITilimil J ;