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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta pAr.r SATURDAY, DKClCMBliK III. KMO OF INTEREST TO. THE ,nnJ fhorss. a; fixoJ by ;'u CauiJian i, H would bo merely icuk- ii (h '.mil 'sent b wer boar ibo rioo of pr-j- I no inic rests j 10 [ceil their Hoard A cisms of Eiislern Farmers 1 iheir siock for oilier iiurpivfi'a ivjutd undoubtedly Jifposo of their suis'Iies of imlvy, rye. etc., at lov-'l, ;iua iiisifi on tlioir Crili- 01 mill oifiil .1: ilie rvJuiV'l liiftoal ot improvius ihe 5iim- fcir ibo U ivouM itjir.e- itipoisib'.e ior hint 10 tenure liis a I requirements. In addition it b-j 5-iiil ibm aU the Caun- mill5 grinding tu maximum during ihc soms-oii. onoush I noi b? proJuved TO give All ilic i in Canud.i more tlnu a. I1' chair- WINNIPEG.- ma'e lUc ni lo th Canadian Press WviiitsJay evening. From various iMstern varli :n ihe course o[ a year. ruuch uitfiii'LsliK'UPvl criticism hzs, lieea direrteil arifcsi Ihe operation? uE Hie CaiKid'an Leant wiili re- gard la brau ;tml TUir Ii'elmj; of the dairy and livestock fanner in has bsiMi aroused by ihos TOUMIE SIDES WITH FARMERS GVKLPII, farmer gels up at [our or five o'clock every -11 Kiilly CO per rv'iuiirJ i lie i fmii'.ira of tbe a'jie lo in Kye, bushels, fll9.041.OOD. of Gueljih. TUu fivo lilrds In this HuckwhoJLl, bushels, CKGS In tbo live days, -Ys t'Kgs :i day. or unl bushels, BARRED ROCKS WON 1 HIRED MAN PROBLEM NOW IS, WHEN SHALL HAVE THE BOSS1 SEDAN? iTorurno Torouto (Ulolwl "Put on your PJ.'-? Knuici With ihe FriT.cii (UiiviTss oil it, Anl wu'll drive Hie hoss1 mot- or imo town-----" >Ui-h must be the1 new sons ol jrL> farm hired IHJ: I UVELPH. Out., five Dec. lotal value ot (to Important (urui crops ihis ihe ilfpnr line ill ot agriculture cfimuuil unlay in Us final Thin compares ivuh I lie asKroyulo o[ Inst year's crop sis finally revised. The loiul area planted in itiose princlinL crops tl ut ompar" -Vronlmg with Msl year. binla won out OH the '.voiyhl ttst, day Liylng .content Iu (with Uio whiter fair here coutludcil for a victory for iLe iten of the Uuelph I Ilaljib U. Johuslou. I Plymouili Jiocks owned by H. I. lloaih, Mason, died Iroquots Knlls, Oni, Is almost. -Hi eggs threo less Ihcvn n iHwsLb1e pc i of Plymouth llotks owned by J. K. Storke, qf St. I'niherlues. auJ a ]u or Gucliih llkodo Keils. i-xtnl ort by Harold Sultuii, wi-i tied for second honors ihu number o( S laid. 13, but the I Elf .to -Mr. t: 4. Orr of CUiricsoii. avt thv 1 Tbo total nud value bas their fa'Lhis behind ll'.e iai0 wilk iiritos .11 the Tomiitwitd on iuid Lo farmers 1 o in Ljiulsiy uf buticr us ilu'j yeslorday, the far-ncrs arc tlic various follow; Corn, Winter wheat, TSLGSc.OOO houesl sieatl i'f a for nwl not lei (he ami in tbui way of service we liavo lo imi in. Uarley, ihc cuimlry nowuJays." bushels, :on in or at JoS JILT ton wiih- nut sucks. nats; i-'jrn. oil miv.l, Alfalfa, Filasi-. bundle corn, barley, litnothy or itovi'r it pros en I ril eflora' luccbeoQ iu connection the Ontario winter fnlr. tired of having all (his talk of I am petting EO that 1 say to the men who Indulge in i'.: "Why do pruuuce milk if tried tit impro-n; it. Iratn timing Lim-.- llctl. stated had pro diu-cd ihc bi'st builcv this year and ihc wor5i, v-itb in tlio bi5 w6y .doot graded and niarted, so ihat tho con- sumer would not. have to pay bigh for po-called "lilgh grade." lie staled .that in many cases inferior nutter was People at liigb pricas. The creamery men felt -The iirirc ot oits Tuesday not VQU gl ii-as SI per bushel, which, is Syct, b elbvon cenia labor and you give up your" barber but woal.l amount to cents per bushel. lhcy doa-t go The feeding value o[ gats an ihe basis .'__ iii uer Ion, the present price of i bran. is'lJS cents reF bufhfl. as asalijs-I I RUSSIAN THISTLE PASTURE '.'a ctnts TuEfday's price, sboiviag con-' tlusivelj ihat bran is relatively cheap-f The Russian Ihisile has much tho er than or.ts. feeding value ns allalfa nnd U 'bat the butler, winch has The condition is true of all makes Us mosl ptrsisteni growlh in a'two per cent. Ie3t> salt titan Die On- dry season. In lOiS, 35 bead of sheep tana sample, ivojhl not be other loodslurrs that been forrci 10. The current mar lie t price of corii 1? S1.37 per bushel; n'. oil }SO per ton; oj alfalfa, JoO yer ton; of ?l.5'2 .per shores, 316 per ton aui of limotLy, ?3-i per ion. The comparative feed- ins value on ihe basis of bran at Is per bushel for corn; '.or oil meal por ton; OS for alfalfa jer ton; Jl.GiJ per .bushel for barley; per ton for shorts :er ton for timothy. These are iho facts of the situa- and, therefore, eroa if It were jossible to reduce the price of bran were pastured all suiomer on of. Russian.tbisiles on the bcro. "Torouto likes said one maker. "Tb.s nristccraUc, lightly substation farm. The thistle are quite sailed butter docsu't 50 laxative so that ihe sheep scoured j high-class hole-Is. Tho some, hut yet in the fall ihe shwii house lype of butter is preferred" Poor Grade Owing lo Demand Several makers thought ibnt the people could be induced to pay more Ior the less salted butter, aud lhat wen? falter than desire.! for good breeding condition. In 1919 on tlie same farm, 52 sheep were pastured on 30 acres of Russian thistle, was some hromc grass :and snuirrel' class of trade might be cultivated. tail on two acres. There was IDOTC feed on the 10 acres than the sheep cculd use. They were iu fine cocdi It comes a little heavier on account of more fat being usert when iherc is less salt. lion iu the Div. Mr. Frank Hems, Goveniraeat in- Agr. College. j slru-Ctor, staled Ibnt the increased What Cash You Need When Travelling more particularly, when large sums are best carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants Bank. This old oslablishedform of international banting, 15 preferred by many e.xperienceil travellus of its absolute security. Letters of Credit are cashed by banks or banking corporations, after the idenliiy of holdorJ is established to the satisfaction of the bank otncialA. This insures did piards MECHANTS BANK Head Office: OF CANADA Established 1664. [..ETIIBRIDGE BRANCH. R. J. DJNiMKG, Muiagci. Repair Parts ior Hudson Automobiles We arc clearing out our slock of repair parta for Hudson Cars, 1910, 1911. 1912 and 1913 models at prices averaging below regular prices. You can put your old Hudson in good again comparatively small cost. A list of parts have, with prices, will be sent you on request. The Dominion Automobile Go. i'16-150 Bay Toronto, Gaior.i and Nobleloi cprn ted FROM CITY TO FARM BENEFICIAL ECONOMY All Canadians should remember that the econ- omies necc5fiuted by the war hcijiccl pave the to Victory, Practise economy and pave the way lo future prosperity. A Savings Account is both a'moral cud.a material asset. .70A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHI3RIDGF, BRAXCH, R. T. Brynmcr, Manager. CO EAST IN ABSOLUTE COMFORT (1) Gold Coin Potatoes hand-selected tubers, and Marquis Wheat plot growing from hand-selected Rosshurst Farm, Cayloy, Alberta, (2) J. W. an Eastern Canadian city boy, now owner of this Western Farm, (3) Some of his Porkers." Grade Percheron HorseSj used by Mr. Lucas on his Piosehurst FarnL We are hearing abontl jthe farm lay vrho to tbe city, jbui we hear little abo'Ji the city boy j-wbo gees to tho farm. Ytl, just as ;many farm boya hare becoanc suc- cessful business men In our ciUes, KO Uiere are undoubtedly many city who have become successful ifarraers. Th.a (s more cgpecfally true 'in the countries that are being new- ly opened up such u Western Can- ada. Among tho winders at the In- Itrtiational Soil-FroducLi Kinosillon al Kansaj City r-eccnilj- at least noi inore, ol ihij suecesslu! czalbilora was bom and bred In a city and only became a fanner after be bid reached manhoodi Joan W lyjtas who won for wiitc oats Urohjft barley and rye never been a farmer until be oa his homestead In Cayley S.sleeTi years ago. However hr ban u? work lo I card all h cg-ld about this noble profession ani noixjdy can ira.t he has i bad ;ob of IL Mr. waj born ID one ot Lh cl'ips of PUslcrn Canada. Like maa 6lb5r boya whose parcnti are I moderate clrcu Distances he earn td after echoo! hours dc llveiiag Dtfwspopera and In varl oufl ixhcr odd Joto. ccbcol, be E.IJT-, be EO( a real Jo su doJIafs a weds and later earn Vi'cst anri workod In Wlnnpcg for i ; He had fell a desire ti a farmer, however, aod It t oot surprising tTiat call of Ih Canadian CoTtnimwl fo; settlers fo freo homc-iirarla nl oncc tc >.'m. Ue c.irac to Alberta to li'J3 n the southern pan of tbe province, ae sama ycir. lie la now ihe OTTDCT ol eight Irfrd tcrea of land In a block, and 3 intertiUd, bfcs'dea, la fill and a uilf EecLions of Gn hla arm he has produced u much as bushels of oats to Ibe acre and of wheat to tho acre. The ouled on bis In Caylej, the quality and tnie afl Instead of fields of oats, barley other crops trilb heads ol all elzss he haa now fields of these grains vrlLh hea-da nearly alike. Dy band eeleciloD of potatoes, saving only ihe prolific hlllB tnio to he hae been abla to produce as high a.i marketable polaloee frnm one Banking Confidence in Alberta's Future Thirty-rhrno BRO.'WO commencctl businooa in A.lhortti, winning tho riistinction o( beiiiff tbo bank to establish In tHia Provicco, It WAS at onco an expreasion of our conlldcnco in tho future of Alborta; o, confidcnco that has been borne out by our rapirlly-e-xpnmllng ay a tern in an effort ift oxtnnd tho fill lest posaiblo mcaauro o! baukiny e.ocommodfltion. UNION BANK OF CANADA RZSOURCES. Lclribridge Branch A. Dunbar, Manager Dranchej aUo al Cardslon and and from pleated a yield "TRANS-CANADA iu uttPiHc cti ium TORONTO 'MONTREAL an ALL EASTERN POINTS QualHy Dining Car Comfortable Compartment Library Observation Cars TWH OTHER TRAINS DAILY for full ParUcufjn Mid YBtlaru apply Aginl of __ -TbeWMlii's Greatest f A Savings Pass Book is the Best CHRISTMAS GIFT BOOK Especially for your children. Start tho NEW YBAH with Accounla (or each ot tbera in THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA PafrJ Up Capital and Reserves Tola! Resources Over quality of hla cats may be Judged I Of scTtnty-ihrcc poun'tla of tolatocs, rom fact, thai five years ha won the premier honors Ior thla crop ttc Alberla ProvincIaJ Setd Fair, Ho hai also b'fien a regular and prlie Tvlnoer al the International Soil Produda EipcsSUon and otter oas In the United SLales. s been Mr. Lucas' ambition to a good lander he his B pared no efforts to learn all he coulrl about bis profewlon. >le sponl the vfinlcn of 1912 aid 1913 in as pan of bin agricultural tducailon. Hero he vlsi ltd some of the (arma (a tbe Slate, wfcwl lota ot questtons, saw a good deal arid came away with as much kooprlcdES aa he could gather. lie considers these two spent (a anions (bcj he ever He This is a record dirtJcult lo beat, These are sonic of things citj bo? haj been lo do on a farm, Not only bas he become (he owasr ol a i-irge area or land but oa Ibis Inni la crops of tbc highest quality and a maximum Practically lie whole oJ Uie crofi Krom ly him lie a-i seoJ a hlgbpr price than thai b? the avcidhu idr.Ttir, Ihe ;