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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LF-THBnintYK OATW HERALD SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10, ILLUSTRATION STATIONS IN .exactly the same way, which means THE DOMINION OF CANADA. that even adjoining farms may oo _____ entirely different so far as soil re- The Department ot Agriculture of i (miremonts are concerned. To bring e Dominion Government is carrying! it up to a state of profitable produc- (n wprk in crop produc-1 tlvoness one farm may noea a rota- ion and cultural methods with farm- tioii different from the other or a (lit- lira in Uic provinces of Quebec. Alber- Farnu'is owning or operating land _____ fertilizing treatment. Bulle- tins, books, experts and governments help the farmer In many ways, Fiirnu'is Oivnmg or operating muu i neip me ,..n..j 'situated for the carrying! they cannot be expected to furnish of such work co-operate with detail in a manner to fit his I Itepariuwnt. every need. Tho farmer himself i in' farmer puts under the direction siiouid learn what his crops require, a'of an officer of the Dominion Expert- ]carll wnat his soil contains, learn (mental Farms System, a part of his j wilat js lacking in his soil, learn how Farm having'a good wide frontage on: to ,Upply the deficiencies, and then i veil iravilled highway, each field' he moy Eafely look for increased aa.vlr.i-- the js-xne. ..frontage along tht and greater profits. It involves ame highway, so that the crops and study, but tho farmer must work out iiilUvatklfi are uuavoioably in ev> manj. ot- his own problems on his own '-ncf'ui the .casual traveller and eas-' farm under his own conditions, by inspected by the interested visitor, j test, ana by "The Department, for the first -year i C] at loan, furnishes the seed necessary I 10 sow such fields as it is decided WHOLESALE DEPLETION OF put under crop that year. In s.ubse-1 POULTRY LAYING AND BREED- years the farmer saves enough' ]NG STocK NOT WARRANTED df [lie bust of the crop grown on these UNDER PRESENT CONDITIONS Vields to do the necessary seeding. This, of course, provided the grain either storage or export, many buy- ers havo recently reduced their quo- tations for ail low grades. The presence of pullets and young fowl has also been noted in many shipments. This is most unfortunate I considering the price ot eggs. The I very firm prospect for tho profitable I marketing of all poultry products I points to the necessity of conserving 'in every porjible way all suitable laying and breeding stock. Unless this Is done-, there will bo but little poultry left in a short time on the [n'-ms i" the con'ral eastern portion of tho' country. Even though feed Is scarce and high, it would pay farmers well to finish tho birds before offer- i ing them for sale spread their deliveries over a longer perlou. Current receipts to date have con- sisted mainly of live poultry. The (From OMr Owl. Correspondent) Coaldale, Dec. now school of tho Coaldale Consolidated District is rapidly Hearing completion. This la a credit to the dlstricUand a monu- ment to the efforts ol the school board here. Arrangements are being made for the formal opening of build- ing on Thursday evening. Dec. Slat. A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present. The pupils of, the school will render the Xmas cantata "Santa Claus in Slumberland." Or. J. C. Miller, principal of. the technical nstitute, Calgary, and director of THE BLESSING OF A HEALTHY KILI Not Had An Hour'i Sincl Taking "FRU1T.A-TIVES" season is now sufficiently advanced, I technical education, will be present however, to warrant more liberal land deliver an educational address. shipments of dressed poultry. In light of the fact that there will be a con- ismearaoie movement ot Canadian poultry to Great Britain, it is of the utmost importance that all poultry killed on the farms, in addition to I hoinc wpl) finished, be properly kill- 1 ed and dressed. The British market, j tendance I in fact all large markets prefer poult- thereby. IUCi all ltuEc 1UQ1HCIO Uleltjuj. I ry bled in the month and dry picked. Ed. Johnston of the Ellison eleya- Tlns. ol course, proviueu mt 5ium Judging from tlie unprecedented produced is satisfactory as to purity ]leavr deliveries of poultry on the cen- iind gorniinatlve power. j jraj eastern markets so early in ths and threshing of the grain therefrom SE unfinished condition. As a result, (lone by the farmer. All work in-, price of chickens is dicatcd above'is done in exactly such mucjj DeiOTC normal value at the pres- nays and at exactly such times as tlmo jn comparisou with the ,-.-c.icd by the Illustration Station i prlces Of Otner meats This Is directly Division of the .Dominion Experiment-: (luo (0 tjie Ov6rioaaing of the market, al Farms System. The farmer keeps aj brisk inquiry for Canad- record of the amount of. time taken, jan pouitry from Great it is 10 perform the different operations on by exporters that the de- tach field and threshes the grain tor [iujshed, good Quality MR. MARRIOTT Inspector Morgan of Lethbridge, Hon. jg Ave _ ottaira, Ont., A. J. McLean and others are expected August 9th, 1915. "i thint it my duty to tel, you what will be furnished later. "Fruit-a-tives" has done for mu. Colds and la grippe are quite pre- Three years ago, I began to feel run- valent in this district, the school at-i being seriously affected from Liver and Kidney Trouble, Having: read of I thought I would try them. The result was surprising. During the Sj years ____ past, I have taken them regularly and discoloration unsuitable for i af tcr ner recent attack bronchitis. not change for anything. I have storage or export purposes. The Hay Growers' Hall Co are glv- rf A M j com. Proper and compelte bleeding ing another of their enjoyable dances most essential. Sometimes the arter- tonight. menceo. using irmtamis ana i ies of the neck are' not I The building the Hall Co. know now what I haven't known for harvested separately so that will wlll De Terv keen during the be known how much is harvested; coming> n-inter. Besides, there will be from each field. fa demand for home consumption. 1 The records Just mentioned of the: price for well finished birds con- with brief notes made each week, are j firm, but wilh so much poor i work and crops resulting, together j wholly unsuited for i duly entered in blank forms provided for that purpose. The work of mak- ing such- notes and- entering up the work done on: each field does not en- tail more than one hour's work each i month. Each week the farmer mails the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, a form filled out with full particulars as to the work done, gen- era! weatier conditions and crop pro- 1 grass on the different fields. ._The farmer permits to be placed in front of each field, a sign stating briefly the method of preparing the land for crop growing thereon, or the treat Ibent given the plot! that year. I On all these farms, whether locat-' l-d in the Province of Quebec, or in Saskatchewan-or Alberta, systematic rotations of crops suitable to the dis- trict served as well as the best cul- tural methods and most suitable var- ieties of crops are being demons- trated severed, the bird'fails to bleed prop- and occupied during the past sixteen: agoodmany is, tho blessing j erly, with the result mat the months for school purposes, will be Of a healthy body and clear thinking takes on a reddish appearance. With i opened on Jan. 2nd. 1917, by Chas. proper attention to details, a useful j Brown, with a full stock of general reputation for Canadian poultry can: merchandise. i be established on the British market Last Sunday we enjoyed the pres- jthis year. It is of the greatest import- once of Rev. H. S. Baguoll oi the Al- WALTER J. MARRIOTT. tractive manner possible. Prescription c z.e the standanl skin remedy ilont relief from itcli. D. Highibotham Pruggists, LIVE STOCK AND SOIL FERTILITY Farmers are being repeatedly urged more live .stock on their reasons why they should do so chiefly that stock far-ras Is profitably and, will i increase the fertility of the soil. Cer- tarn points are oftea insufflciently emphasized in the discussion of this uestion If stock farming is to be .lity, and must be given proper intelligent care. Scrub stock hev- Ud and never.will yield the profifc- returns which are to be derived i pure bred or high grade stoct. ce" who-are in the stock business, 20 contemplate going into it, can- Iford to overlook this consldera- ar Canada has too' much poor fiu what we need is more good ka leriility of the soil on the is to he increased or even -wise management in con- aei" the rotation of crops, the Parl-i nse of the manure, and the men must accompany "ent ot the stock. Meat and Dro4ticts cannot be njtij22 any more than can azd, it Uiese. are sold Holiday GLASSWARE CHINAWARE doe to tos V.ble Sets, to J3.2S Bsrry Sets, and... Water Sets, and 53.25 'Tumblers, per 60c, SOe, fiat............. V..20 Water Jugs, 35c, SOc and.. 75c Berry Bowls, 3Qc to Syrup Jugs, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c Cake Stands, 30c, 40c, 45c, SOc We have also several stock pat- terns in dinnerware and can sell you odd pieces cr make 'up a dinner set. Children's Hats, 75c to Chlnaware. We have a as- sortment of Fancy and Hand Painted Chinaware, including Berry Sets, Cake Sets, .Tea Pota, Sugar .and Creim Sets, Berry Bowls, Salad Bowls, Whipped, Cream Sets, Hair Receivers, Puff Boxes, Cheese Dishes, Bon Bons, Nut Bowls, Celery Trays, Comb and Brush Trays, Raisin and Nut Pistes, Cake __ Plates, Jardinerei, Flower Vases, Cups and Sau- cers, etc. t tariner. SiTS rtrr, maae It interest on grain farmer tfinx Interest an hU former had z. larger fan which ta allow Interest. tre-e both ecod not poor management that in profits. The mas fho nude the greater proflti! could ____1 to Invest a [Jdrt of same In Iha-iBf appljing to his soil what' is required to maintain fertility ftfi.1 fthead, or he could arrange his, rotdtiOB in such a way that hia soil would t'flot become impoverished. Oood mftnagement must, go with Jie keeping of good stock If profits re to IK made and soil fertility main- N DRY GOODS in Christmas 65c Combination Sets, Silk Tie Silk Hose 85c Tit, Stick ?in antl Tie Ofip Artn Cuff i-EnkSj 35c to ..___ Cuff Links, Tie Clip, Tie Pin, Chtltlrtn'i six! Mlttti Bcnnttf, to Halt, 75c to___. )2JI} Bear Skin Coats. Slzei 1 to 5. to.............. Baby Carriage irt White Teddy Bear Cloth, White Shawls, to 75 Fur Muff and Stole J2.00 Children's Toques, 40c to 75c Hockey Toques......... 75c Ladies' Aviation Caps... Ladiet' Hoss, 20c to 75C Men's Cashinere Sox 50c Men's Heavy Wool Sox, 35C, awl.............. 45c -the farmer's Upon It is founded the Of farming, and upon rtllity will depend in large mea- i success of the farmer's op- Joo- often It is .not girea i? propf' caro dor is sufficient in- exercised in its use. itpiftDt derives certain substanc to its'-Uevelo'pment from t the moat Important .of" these acid and'pot- The' farmer should.know wheth- .li soil contains these in sufficient Ifltltiei to meet of HE -j.mpni crop providing good> cul- loms flncl lik'ely-to face it after the T Fancy and Xmas Groceries Full lines of apples, orangey lemons, Jap oranges, bananas, Malaga grapes, table raisins, figs, dales, Sultanas, peels, shelled almonds, shelled walnuts, cranberries, and mince meat. :DEN 526 THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 1396 and Yates of Lethbridge have secured the contract for a fine new house on F. Norton's east farm. The work on the Methodist parson- age Is being pushed rapidly'forward. Contractor Halleck, -who is in charge, has also secured a contract at Turin for. a farmers' hall. As soon as the work iiOc. a box, 6 for trial sire, 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa.- en the new George Barber, formerly of the Rank of Hamilton, left on Thursday. Oa Wednesday evening the organiz- ed Bible class met for a business meeting, outlining the course tor the start of the year. Work on levelling the rink is com- ou school is Fc-sraan P'ete, and the flooding started caster, of Bennett White, Thursday. will put his force at work on a new On Monday noon a bad accident oc- hardware store, 28x60, for the West- curred between the town and suh-dl- ern Canada Lumber Co! here. vision. Two automobiles skidding in trying to pass, crashed into one anoth- er, doing a good deal of damage to both cars. Mr. Pearson, one of the CHAMPION .NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion, Deo. Siaclajr of Long Coulee, died suddenly. His luneral took place on Thursday. Splendid progress isf being made in the preparationlof; tho; Christmas con cert, to he held Friday, Dec. 22nd. All are cordially invitad. Mr. Napkivell for Calgary, where he'.will'spead the win- ter. V :K: An interesting auction sale was here last Saturday at D. Ulrica's im- plement sheds, when the Implements were cleared but. to Start next "year occupants, of one of the cars, was very badly shaken up, while Mr.. Stange in the other suffered from a broken collar bone. Rev. Mr. Powell, of Calgary, lec- tures at the church Monday evening. Mr. Howard 'Smith is In Calgary. LOSES ON A FOUU Montreal. Dec. Tom McCarthy, New York heavyweight, was disqual- ified because of a .foul in the third round- pf a scheduled 10-round bout at with a new stock. Neil .McLean left on Tuesday morn- ing on a-basinets trip to the Bast. Misses Mary and Bessie Urown Frenchman about the ring-practically spent the week In Calgary. at will and had toppled him over once: Sohmer park here with Verger, a dis- charged French soldier. Previous to the foul McCarthy was knocking the "When you went oaf to when you vrcre appreciated and treated right I k "Now Grandma would to i your Mother, "what are little- boys lor, except to be filled up with and Cookies, tnd Molasses Which was mfehty'satlsfying from you? side of the house. What aboutyotrr boy T Dpca he ever fret a at the good things you had ioivi? e__________ if the real old-timevHbhisMs, with the old-time smacking selected plantations in theBritish West Indies, InNos. Your dealer his it or will get it for you.. Xiet jour wife interested. in, my is an invitation from Grandma to learn the better ways of making Gingerbread, Cookies, Cakes, Mince Meat, Baked Beans and other delectable home-mads Goodies. It's a book of tried and tested recipes. Sent free ifyouwrite.....: THE DOMINION MOLASSES CO- IJM1TEB, HALIFAX. N. S. "Gingerbread'.' for cooking and 4 rackers ot finestMolaHes packed. LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK: OF COMMERCE is prepared to encourage the Hevelopmerit.of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal credits to good farmers to purchase breeder and feeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME In 1915 about head of feeder cattle were taken from the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution among farmers in the Northwestern States, representing K serious loss to Western Canadian farmers. We wish to assist in stopping this movement. Consult us before selling unfinished stock. If you must sell, let us try to find you buyer at home and build up your own district J ijl Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, fyjgr. Business Worries In our put experience we find that many far-mere, 1 and well known business men are abnolutciy .ignorant to their own business If your creditors are worrying you. If your affairs are not sa they should be. Could you not'afford Five per ctnt. of your Income ta have matters properly adjusted, satisfactory to yourself and to, your creditors? Private correspondence solicited and respected. ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOR, OFFICIAL, ASSIGNEE; British Canadian Trvist Go. GEO.W. ROBINSON, Manager and Secretary PHONE 1843. CONYBEARE BLOCK AL'TA. YOU MEN WHO GROW WHEAT Have you ever thcught what Your Crop means to Great Britain and Her Allies? Let us be a link in the chain that is responsible for the transportation of your grain overseas. You will find that it will pay you to ship to a house who have their own export connections. Bill that next car to The United Grain Producers LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA WHEAT, FLAX. OPTIONS IN ALL MARKETS. NIGHT D. E, HARRIS; ISM ,GEO. MolVOR, 547 DAY TWO PHONES 101B. The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. Grain Insurance MR. FARMER PROTECT YOUR YEAR'S WORK. We will insure your grain In ttacki or buildlnge, bjr diy, week or month, and wheri the pollelei cm cancelled and refund allowed. Infure In an 'thmt.will "bejn builntll to look after your interesti if a li made. Our Ajency hat'wfirlrt on busineis for over 25 years arid permanent. X ACADIA BUILDING LETH8RIDOE, ALTA. PHONE 1S2S Fine Gonfedtionery for Christmas Fancy ClU'istinas Boxes from the HJest Makers Fresh for the Christmas Season. Lowneys, Moirs, Gauongs, Mclbas. and Pattersons. If you are fond of home msde candy-you will be delighted with the differenf.varletiei we make. A special showing for Christmas. Olympia Confedlionery 337 FIFTH STREET SOUTH not-Drinks Well Made and Nicely Served ;