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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIGHT Tin-: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER! Alberta Egg Laying ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF GRAIN Conducted by the The Cf-utosi in ite t'outc.-i bered from 1 io 10. the u weekly pen r lo dale. V.'ti JudividiHl L'ludf-J i 1 LiU nti for Ui-? [f. lo LV-luiun "V iho to'.a1. i.urvA-'-r cf for ihe ii thr> laul by 111-' ;ri Ku.l iKw have iu- uro on tho last day of fb.6 year. There will this year be a matttr of ?l.S02.- 237 thus TO ticcouat for In tbo crgiu- !er cj.'iitun? .rcaUi'iicn and column "T thf1 tolil for ihe it mc-jns iliiT Ihc L- Total. !JH tpf; ybcic Wyandotics: Mic LcgborEis; Cam fines; S.S It- -SHvc-r Si-angled X--Lading in Treasurers of Municipalities Must Account Tor L 4is Ten: CVvrer and Address ll'rs-t'J _ 1 3 -I p S 1 Jr.. UeJ- i i Aha.................iUK. p 1- i 2 Mrs. Woods, Brainlon, Maj. U.K. 4, 3 A. K- Ilhodrs. Ztflmi. 4 liorberi W. I cor.a. AH.i.................... 4 S 5 David Ixjckerbio, Kerrobtri, C Tlniuis Calffiry. i Alia..........................' U.W. 1 Meal 1'oiiUry Ynrdp. i t tojn. Sask....................j V.W. F. H. Younp De- 1 on. Alia......................' VV.L. Sask.........'.................1 10 Korr Dnudoii. j i G.C. 11 A. 1C. HolhorlcgtoD, Kerrobert. Birds in Isyinr test Lut in i John P. Canning McLrod. Alt a.....1 WAV. V. P. Bram. Zclma. I5.R- colil weather. msnt during the week, 10 IDTT :ero; coldest, 3S bclcr.r. Manager ot Coniest. 0. A. Crossfleld; Supt. W. H. FalrfieU. ryriiiR o.its. b.'.rlcy.' Iiold 1 t-.ts j r.eciion with the IUB. (Kspe: JincMnal soft! grain, most EDMONTOX. Dec. IS.--T-'.- of municipalities province arc harlns 1- V- rurr.i. .my tune atier Xoveui- I.T 1. As the s-ic-ck or is litniieJ. far- ii'.ers arc io apply enrly io lio'i lor ins will be rurnvsheO ntier Fctrmry I. 1320. I notes to ihp batiks __ amiopl iniposiblo lo Rive (he necessary HTipnilon nnj serious loss Trill result. All iho even with lamta f-hnull be kepi In a by ihem- ;md not be fillowed lo run wiili the nmiii fJock. the aro about ten days they phould be docked and all "lambs Hint nre nnt iiilendcd for breed- ing should be castrated. This opera- lion is absolutely necessary If Ihe bcol prices aie lo be obtained when ihc iainba arc ID tho' 'fill. Ii Is usual lo perform both operations at tho'rame time and there is liltlr diiuger of loss. If (lie Ijmbs are nol allowed io get 103 old. the lambs are about tbree woe its old H pays to make a lanib creep IQ one SOME SHEEP ON FARM of ihe fnrm, than by (he route. An cianiplo of this may be seen by iotici'ig the ciTi-nditures and icni ihp Station flork duriug ibe I Graia groiving in I Trill continue to "he he West no doubt p. leading line of work, bui we are fast approach- ing a. siago where the growing of ivheai exclusively may nui. be a pro- filahle industry. True, the Western toil has yielded -A-onderfut crops iu ihe pasl, and may cnntiiiiie lo do so for many years to come, but the con- tinued cropping of land, wllhoul tLe return of maDure of humus. Is bound to exhaust ine richest soil. Already tins, system of farmins bas lelt. his mart on many a Western farm, and before ihese farms can be put on ibe most profitable basis, a system of crop roiilion, incladiag the of live stoci. will have 10 "be put into operation. The systematic rotaliou u' crops, the keeping of. live ?lo end the manure to tbe land, Is" sound in theory and p.ectlce. Hay must be grown, and marketed 1n ine iorm of fLhishsd hiiinals, the only way. There is no more profitable way of disposing of the rear 191S-19. At the besinniDs of ijrcai year. April Isi, 131J-, there -ivere and at ilic ecd of ihe year there ninety-one, so lhai we he number fccpi at the beginning and end of tbe period. During thai time for Domin- ion Government Takes Office in That City A bslauco of also renialtm on the 131? Advances for eeeu yratu (u itlstrtcLs. The total tlMrlbuilon throush ihe depart- ment ot ajrlcuf-ure nmouDtci lo f 433, 01 1, and has leeu paid on Nearly Two AccorJiup to a by tbe de- iriincnL of muuK liul nffalrs. which lija i bo figures of entlro relict work throughout HIP province, the aau'iiiic iD.intJ liy luunlctjiaUcfes to ;ind by the pro- KovernineDi, was An uiiv-uu "I'iLhuice of was 1 over from lyiS. total for thai year having: been To whac eiient the net fndebleduess on Ibe 6foil grain account will hftvo been .-jcert durlnp tho year will not be known until after day oa December 31, but It is p.xpecieJ liiat n -cr 1 mb.ii am I al ?nm will he1 cut off Iho j i-mi ,-il n' you on request. T Dominion Automobile Go. 146-150 Bay Street, Toronto, CauVda'" corner of 'ho yard making' ibc open large enough to let tho lambs head of general relief, which covers trough hut not ihc ewes. seed in spec: or for tbe D3rnlnloii n.ienr. lias been installed in Edmonton. .and will share offices in the Empress kept nt the farm scveniy-eigM BGVcrnmoiit RTaJn inspector G. M. Stewart, district tor for Alberta and British Columijln, sold 759 16s. of wool 'n l'ae cil> "ast week, and the lambs sold brousiU I cidtd wilh a nura- the cuii sheep mak-'Der of lha gram dealers and-gram of 5l.305.sii. The sheep, this io ugain placo ihe year, were fed on straw, inspector in Ihe riali here. H was peas and bean bay. and otber types Pointed oui. to Mr. Slewarl that from ihe district around Edmonton iliere was a quantity cT extra fine rouglrasp, so that. Ihe actual pecdltQre. OD these sheep ainouuic only io It will be rc-adily joals, seen that ihe industry has been j ers t profliable one ai Ihe Stalloa. j secure ;bich were beins heTcl by larm- to the fact that coulil information 15 to .vhethcr they v.-ould be acceplabln to 15 tbc facL loal no eipeDsive Ing is iieceefary for their keep. IV- sheep, with its thick coating of wool, is able to stand the citremc cold, itat. if keyt'dry, does not suffer all oats suitable for seed, lid is storing this In the garernmeui Ek va tors at Calgary. an-I paying a premfum of on acount of the weather. This nnkes oc 6liesp raising in Western Canadir ye- culiarly ftdapted lo the country. They are the last animals to be housed in the Tall, and the first to go' in the pasture in ihn spring. The low prices imd for ami piuttpn in the pasi have been d i scour- lo (lie sheep grower, but tois is all chunged at Ihe present. The de- mand for irool and meat haa been greater than Ihe supply o[ either, -idth 5 result that the price hai doubled, j and tbere Is nc- likelihood of low prices for some lime to come. This loublc return from the farm flock la for wJll grade Xo. 1 herusclves and can bo kept gaining better than If they have lo depend entirely 011 their mother's milk. Mackenzie. AcL-Supcrinteadent. Experimental Farm, Indian Head, The lambs provisions Cor needy people anil foti- j- for arc alrcaiiy rurnlne ralr. ly liigfc. UuL the demands are on the increase and nieeitnfja are being hold in the south country at which the councils and tbo govern- ment arc being censured for tardiness and stringency." The Farmer-Banker Alliance A-Savings Pass Book is the Best CHRISTMAS GIFT BOOK Especially for your children. Blurt tho NEW YBAIlflrlth Savings Accounts for cacti ot them In THE ROYAL BANK Ot- CANADA i'.n vvpUal and Restrvea........................ iAfic'jrces ...............................Ovtr You go to your lawyer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank forfinancial advice ]f you -want a loan to buy cattle, OF you want information as to how to invest to those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you found uid impartial advice. lil II BANK Office! Montreal, OF BRANCH, CANADA EsubliVied IBtVL R- J. DLNN1NG, Minajer; or Executor 'i' dies without liavluj; appointed an Executor, the CourL J M Ailnnnlslralor to ivitid up his affairs. Thu Administrator. -.-'_' is left, distributes llic Estate tlic legal Jietra ?ua owner's wishes arc not consulted. An Executor carries wishes, but receives uo more Tor bis services Iban 'jr. ncis ns Eicculor under v.'i f O.'uwrs are gla4 to have you TVTJIO for information, or bolter ro hftvo a InLcnrlew about iho ways In which tie Com- Ms sot! Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA LETrlTRIDCE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDINO. J. W. McNICOL, Public Administrator ind Official Assignee for Iho Judicial Dlitrlcli Lt'.hbrlJg-', Medicine Hit, Calgary, Red Deer, Stettler. .1 Dir let) Qp i uid ;oHi quick and sure. On many- western farms. ipply in Ihe summer serious one. The beef ring lias partially solved Hi I grade No. 2 over the Winnipeg cash close on Ui'-j basis of Fort William freight rates on Ihe date of Ihe commercial inspection! Lhe cars arrive at Ihe interiorf terminal elevator to which they are In defining the basis of the -Mr. Stewart stales (hat Xo. I eee'l oats should at least 2 C.W.. and contain not more than one wild oat per pound, arid 200 other kinds ul Grain, of which the-ro ninst not be an of 100 or barley. 2 seed may contain np to id wild oats pi-r pound, and a maximum or 400 other I nn-l j problem, but very ofieu it is quite im- grains per pound. Fanners baring carlols of oat-s Ihcy think --Till tfceso praxes nr-; asked to ssnil a two-pound Kainplo to ihls Insprctor, and he will bo possible Io obtain ths pest meat, ami (pared to adrlsc them tha grade it wilt nake. and alao give them instructions re shipping. Fifty- Years of Banking Service Timo hag demonstrated the Boundnosa of the polJoIea. on which tho first Board of Directors rounticdinigiiank fifty-four yeara ago, whloh have continued throughout I'D czlatcnce. Bocauso Its dr.ily nffulrB conatnatly boon conducted in n. Eane, coEsor- vativo and yet progrcfieive manner, tho depositor and gonaral banking public alike is amply protected.1" UNION BANK OF. CANADA RESOURCES OF LiTHBRlDCE BRANCH A. D unbar, Manager Ufa riches n'io al CartJalon and Barons nl the Hme wailed. If sheep are kept on ihe farm, a lamb may be slaughter- ed find in the home, and Ihe prob- "era quichly solved. -The question ot fences lias baen one Trhich has kept many farmers out of the Ejfiean. Is true tint steep demanil a good fence, if tliey are lo be kept within but sonic of rotation, so necessary on the hest managed farm. demanOi gmaHcr fields. It these fields are perly fenced, sheep may ho in any ol tliem. The danger (rom ivolves, though ivorthy ol consideration, constantly becoming from is under couirol. that lielfeve .Ihst sheep offer today one of thu most profitable lines o' THE OLD WAY TIHJ lo appoint a friend Executor and put film IQ misery THE NEW WAY -oblnt a Trust Company ViJ..icri Is flnarjClQlly responsible, always a, and has tbe cxpuricDCC, Company adminlslralloa ia cheaper British Canadian Trust Co. iFTH STREET 8. EXECUTORS LETMBRIDQE, ALBERTA FEEDING AND CARE OF BREEDING EWES IN WINTER v v Good ivbolesoine and plenty of exercise are the main eEsentials in flutxeasfulLly breeding ewes. A thai ;n tight on tlic west, norlh and east and o perron llio south is all Iho phplter nrcossary d urine; most of] ihc winter. If poslble, the fer-ri racks i clean water should b" jlionlcl lie Fomt dlAtancc from the s stock, wllh as HUle asin anyjto force Ihe nwns to late other. Some shade should ba for sheep suffer much in Ihe heal it all imea; r.alt Is by the shccpr and must be provided; but with day. Caro Elrould bo Ukon [provide plenty of room at the lecil racfca so (hat the cwe.i will nol rrowrt and z. fair pasture, well. Sheep should ret be kept in one another when hcary hi hnili. neccssarv- tho-.ild do when there h plenty of clean pnow. but it belter if water j.i available. the same iield continuously, as some far- parflciiJnrly if the thill Is kepi ott U mera liavo learneil diiriiii; the Sererrl lypea of at- tack iheop. Those arc heltcr prevent- ed lna.n controlled. With frequent, change of pasture, this should nol 3 Eerioua drawback. Superintendent, KxiierimCQia] SLallon, .Man. with a, tnnk heater. for breeding ewes roots, preferably tnr- Your Best Friend Vi hat about [he lulure? Arc you preparing (or it? 'Arc you saving and Ihus laying Ihe fonnda- lion for an independent old age (rcc Irom finan- cial worries? A savings account is your best (ricnd; if the un- foreseen .happens you arc prepared and when your earning power is gone it protects you. Slart (o save now. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA Head Office TORONTO XI J. C. SCOTT. MANAGER STRFET NORTI G. E. BLETCHER. MAHACEK 4ra AVEUUE SOUTH E3ILL1NGTON. MANAGED DAY1OM AHD STERLING QnANCHrS L. G. THOMAS, MAPIACEn COALHUSST BRAN'lH W. 9. FERGUSON. MANAGER COALOALE BRANCH C. T. McKlNNON. MANAGER BURDETT BRANCH Notice To Farmers may have Vegetables, Dressed Poultry, Veals, HcgSj Beef and Pork, Eggs or Butler for Sale. Ivc us a. IrJnl. Wo need nil Hiia nnil will pay prlco for SILVER GRILL H. H. MURRAY MANAGER 3ILAGE W'lTHOUT A SftO, (Orari'lo Traiil? HTalcI) That silaRC he without a Filo is an argum'jni thrvt inn forlli by Mr, F. oifcirict aprjculture, Krlnionf.on, In order to prove his arRument, Mr. Slovens, on .Scpltmhrjr 27th, liisi, [jnill a Etack or newly rut oals, the loud tajjcn rlglil from the Ijlnrjcr, on farm of Davlrl Atkinson, Glace Alklnson rcijiorta Iho aji entire ami nay.i ilirtl Io compelled lo build an ox mi f'jru Ptonncl iho ?lack (n onk'r to fhe alock away irom U once (Ticy h.-.t: had A liislo of it. A special left liio value of this teal for dairy tow.s mntlo. onn sheaf being each morn- Ing and evening. An Increase In (he flow of milk ivai observer] afltr (lie first fcr.t a; d nftrrr Hie fourlh fcu'I best nro. clover liny. nine, mid a lit nnil bran iniird. On many prairie fli3 clover siid are not (ircrii .sheaf oals (lie prairie wool. nrtlor Hi" 1 nnt of Iho heft (he r.wra will rcgnirR an irirTCnse.-] cr.iln ratfnn.Tlicy sliGi-H lin hi iliiiiy conilitk'h 1ml flioiKf4. n'pt IK: allowo'l to RTL over-fjil An fit; rw.. h ns likely In iiavn trunljlr; ai Umo aa (.no llial is ton Ihin. l.'irnbing tinio approuchc11. w'-ll-shellercd, warm, sUoulrl IK; A little rzlni Ji (lian pzM for arc in Hie mil. A few small pens, tarh hrgc i onn rwe :md her lamb, LL- made. Whon Is t-lo-'! di lamli flie Tic ntn an-! enough In phlfl for Itmjir thcyj arc handled in Ihlb way u easy (ol FIG whether they havo plenty of milk I for IheLr or nol and Anything lhat is no' ran readily hn alten'l- nl in. On ihe other bai.J, it ihey arc allowed lo vrl'.i: the flock it VALUABLE PAPERS The Safety Deposit Boxes of Bank offer security for valuable papers, documents and other effects. The rental of one of these boxes is very moderate and protects you against loss by fire or theft, MA THE CANADIAN BANK, OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CABITAL RESERVE FUND U'.TilBRIpGL'. S.I.'.J.'CII, K.'T. Erymncr, Is a good sec Aboul disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 4-12 ADDRESS: 320 STREET S. P.O. BOX 5 ;