Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE, RIGHT (KUI.V Al'lUi X FARMERS, .SPEND YOUR'SUR.' PLUS CASH ON 'YOUR. OWN FARM HOMES ONLY CUSS THAT FARMERS'. SHOULD BUY IS IM STOCK PREPARING FARM HORSES FOR THE SUMMER WORK K. S. ArcblluN. B.A'.. OS.AJ Dominion Animal HusNmJn-in) Too nlucli stress cannot tv tiM Ufcon ihc oti-repeaied that '_ Increased production of crops en every Canadian farm is. only an nWoiuic necessity bin aTso ihc pa- Irtatlcdutj- of every Canadian (Vine.-. One of -he ino.U irjporiam re_- j ot iiicrfF.feJ production Is the power. Tho horse the principal motive power on -he farm must In perform .work lhas ever before. ami Ms pre- paration therefore at this de.isan is a most. Important subject- Horses can b? maintained pi o til ally on ihc (arm otity if -iroduclus cheap mo Live power" aud producing uiartet- sfalo-foals. The cheapness of horse la- bor must be measured by the u'tirfc done In proportion to money invested and feed consumed. As ft producer of power Ihe horse competes wiih farm engines of all and shouM be rated accord- ingly- As with ihe engine FO with the horse, (he main requisites of rheap power production are safficieul weight and strength to pfrforni the .regular work easily sod. when neces- sary, carry a fair overload for a short time, quality of consiruclion ensuring durability and a'capac-ily to co.n'Eume FUificieiit Eiiri (feed) to .'generate all ihe power that is possible. As also the engine, the thorough filling of the horse for will ensure the production, of more power at less cost. Development of Horse-Power Tiie power developed by a horse of the right type Is made up entirely or the energy contained in his diily feed plus the. reserve energy (stored fat and inascle) of tho body. The sto'r- age of energy iu the horse In this war 15 therefore etitfeable as prepar- ing him for (hat lime when.'most work is required. The possible 'avail- able energy in the way of horse-power from a poiin.il of eats Is 425 units of power, audjrom a pound o( timothy hay" is 160 'units of power, while ODO pound of wheat straw contains aTailflble power, since Ihe energy con tslned'h less than the amount used' "by Lhe horse to digest ii. H is clear, that, the energy must be contained in the feed and it must be in a'readily available form. For the average pound horse at hard work a ration of 20 pounds as a' blooJ lark1. End in extra laxative and spiviinir. Salt should be ID the ojiiifier ai all WalerTnj the Horses Water should always lx? given eely provided It I? given frequently, iperleiu-d his proven that iou'J tir at liberty lo drink both be- 'ore and after fecxlinp. but the larger supply should bfl 10 fading. Chan'ges In All changes In feed and work must be miJe gradually. If. not, there Is of colic, lymphangitis, and similar derangements- J Cradus.1 PRODUCE INFERTILE EQC5 Sivc thU C5" Letting Ihe Bird WUli Ficek. Our drmerf and iwaUrjp kvjo eich. year sums of liuprOLvr tuelhoOs of pnxIut OuiMblnl at of j EXTERMINATING COUCH GRASS PLANTING TM6 FABll HOME CnOUN08. Tot wen (nnu au (ur Ihlnc.' TIM ulti'u iW maul for uutk (writes mufti worn Wliou ilio liuJ for lhi> tiyMliiiciil.il to lli? toil-of harrow brought A fertile vero' then forkeil It Is Impossible la hatch heaps to dry and woru hunted about ring to form m oue. afier tills the land pus more likely to reach the table ut unking Hit fario iruimJi lipiua and onlrr Ilitl Ihv Itillmt rl'liMl iwjilbii! IK (nlwt-J hy all. Tho tcmot Imviumiiiriit ami Haul- li'C will Ir oiio ur I In' llnl coinMiTj. Huns Thit Item uf liulirakc- noiil. utatui'ii, iip.sl iiotliluis uiurv llun thu rldjri nci-uinry lo JIIK "hliiKi lit Iliclr rlilu Thi'ii, II limiting I) lo Lu June, Ihi're ohuuM be i will only Illllu ayd Hlmly'ln ilri'idlnff upon how mil wli'ore IE lo. be ilono. Homo Improvement, nccj not lulio nuch money, liul It iloci take Inter. si. If Ihu fnruier lulerndoil mine B> anil mlrndko iiouie ami Jir-t'lll easily fliul Iho lltllp lima ncfcuaiy to LICCOUI lillsli ihli en.l. V. C, X. IMS poilage u'shpenls composed enttrelv of them than In mlieil ship, finally menu 'of fertile and Infertile esss. After Iho nalchlns season, there- Io again .plo'ughcUr anil agahi glveii-'Gio 'l' lauglicd a tlilrd (line .lale M, r n spring of IBli, It wiis-wcll fore the male birds should be cooked. Arrowed Iheu suwn nud cross in the fall of and several years' be- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LELTHBRIDGE CALGARY OFFICES. v 7 Send in your orders ROW. We have ifie men. i PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHBRIOQE, HM5S, CALGARY. i J. Harris Gji EMPLOYMENT AQENTS'A CALGARY S2.6 fl You arejthoroijji-iiiy that. should will ibnt reasou.s yon (lei'endoing- .so. iiot.dc'chlc ;il once r Go to your solicitor and have it properly drawn: Make this company your executor and! do not put Ihe burden of your affairs in the hands of your wife and family; _ "i f British Canadian Trust Go. GEO. W. ROBiNSON, Manager and Seefetiry'..-; PHONE CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CARLOAD OF Monitor Low Down Preiss Drills Tpe To .u'i'ivc here next Tlmi'.srtay. are nearly II spoken for, so gel your orders in quickly. Afeo eARLQAD OF A spinwall Potato Electricityf or Everywhere THE COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT ANfr POWER PLANT Salisried U.crs Delco-Llght Battery, thick plates, long life. Owners of Farms, Summer Hpmcs, Stores, Etc. by R. MELL 125J 5th Ave. A. S., Yelhbridge is Phone 771 OR FOR INFORMATION CALL OR PHONE The jELEGTRIG-GO. SIB Fourth Avenue South, Lethhridge Phone 735 building new homes us before conlractlro your wiring elsewhere. Tiuludiiit; JM.tnlcrs, Sprayers, .'Cutters, Dig- .ind Corn rianlcrs. DON'T DELAY THAT ORDER FOR THE i TITAN TRACTOR WE ARE.THE AGENTS Oidci implements'before price advances. Mopday the last day far pUclno your ImpEemenL orders on prt enl: [1 ,.tfe J" SACKS.1 WOiOL. ft. SHflRHftll COHPfiNt Re S30 Avehiie" Souih'"