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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta U THE LKTHBUlDOfc HftltAU IEREST TO THE FARMER that of Malwlal matter to cmraaed fc from that actually contained in JtotiLl stiu4t iffeedini Oenaral For Breeding Stock in Winter trial concerns neat and ai tractlvo which they their employes at reasonable Such arc usually noMlf corn niercial vjMedbeca thai to contlnnt dissWtlafioct Wfer during the the Governments of Homes am pro jcauaett la oheaaer to do stffer We loaMf due to the fhiftUB of ittore ot earth and ashes are easily Groat Britain hnd the United States food and kaowa technically 1 Bay be purchased In var1 established model t towns for the em M aik a tons degrees ot coatseneas or may be of munitions factories and mnaieiitvaa o toe ntaeral earthy supplied front charred or results in greater MbbV efficiency qnlremeuts of hog may be Aside from value ot its have surpassed nil Certain abnormalities may appear at mliteral charcoal Is an j Herein lies one ot the remedies for various stages of the animals existexcellent tonic and Whore the shortage of labor on due to a definite lack of some spring Utters lack evidfarm whether married Or Vital constituent In an apparently perence of bony itrucwhether employed permanently or fectly balanced this lack a mineral deficiency ot the in most de in to the absence of the required dams ration during gestation is often pcmlont on the home sutroundings of mineral or in the soil that grew where other probable farmer employer for the comforts ot specific causes are difficult to Halrlsus and decencies of In cases where feeding is I piga at a phenomenon dim cult tiio farmer knows the difference be In pigs under summer or tt explain would seem to tween living nnd this system outdoor conditions supply their own have as one of the several probable may not be but every ef wants In the foregoing causative some mineral ficient laborer desires a home consuming weathered in the blood flow of the Feedv he can ejoy a reasonable measure of If they Ing the pregnant sow a mixture conprivacy nnd then of barmtal 4oBfclMtnta tor ekeep oMlNKwed toBalTa of tkc eeola the Is aboot ew M4 hall are inch ot aid at ifetervala along the atala A some two or ot these tainlng ground easily available materials maty be slaked wood rockphcs j Farmers would do well to learn from and the experience of industrial leaders spent each day la looking ovar wall may baiHeet owner of r MDIONIID Parma When seed train is advertised pedigreed It should moan two proper It results In a monetary gnlh It etpoaed in the open at Alt rmtf MM tor the whole It la reooftnliM authorities on It exposed In all sorts of farm machines deptecl more they do from fair wear and That Is to the who Is careless In this respect pays lor more than twice of Im plements than he actually At tae same time great manufacturing plants and small armies of workmen to be kept busy replacing these In thousands of Inatanc he recort of tBM purely particular known from nni the origin Wat It Is rich In the I To qualities that mm It superior to other selections of the same In order that the term pedigreed Implements It may not be necessary to have a spe Implement Many farmers can utilise an unused barn or have the proper significance to1 Dtrt of 8ome other Foul or otherlive stock should never Even under outdoor salt will frequently prevent the conand provide simple but attractive and many large feeders provide Aside from their value as a comfortable whteh could be tttOM who wish to purchaae seed grain snpplmental mineral and corrective natural food In roots supply leased to hired help at a small the following outline bo allowed access to the or charcoal In varionemueh mineral constituents in or simply be used a special Induce of the essential method fn that has beenset t ground rock ground selves anrl in the enrtli which usually mont to encourage married men 10 i Ptaary selection work ot tat most slaked bone i accompanies i work on farms Unless such ttdvant varieties or strains of a special Implement house wood are the mostj For the Sucking Fig The winter ages are it is useless to com1 Before seed grain can be termed pedl1 suitable if A readily accessible supfarrowed litter should have access to plain of the scarcity and inefficiency It must be descended from carefully planned to conserve ply of a mixture of theabove Is sods and as soon as they of farm for the best laborers Plant that particular plant roust at a reasonable vised as a general corrective of possbegin to run This with the are sure to seek employment wherenave bcen superior plant to others Plans can be obtained from the Con ible deficiencies In the mineral conmilk of a properly fed dam will usually they can have homes of their own of lta klni1 must have had the Experimental Farm at Early spring litters should be anil only the less competent and the to transmit the high yield and Before Implements are stored for similarly supplied and allowed to run Inefficient will find their way to the the desirable characters for which It 8eason they should be carefully m filaAMxwl anrl la We Offer for Prompt Shipment Irrigated delivered on Requeat In eeme eaee It may net aeem to matter to you who geta your If you get the hay you but In the long run it will pay you to aee that the greatest poaelble part of It goee to the man who growe the If you want to eee that he gate it all you can do ao by buying direct from the through their own ealee FARM LIMITED Alberta Saw Ware house at outside at the first possible j in For the Fattening Pig Fattening particularly if should be supplied with a general A box kept or a selffeeding de will allow the hog to appease the demands of the with the heavilyfed charcoal in some form is particularly indicated both from the mineral and medicinal stand Rock bone slaked lime and granulated charcoal would supply practically all of necessary Some doubt ex ists to the neceasity of salt for All domestic animals require it in greater or lesser With From Farmers Farmers Advocate I have a piece of land I backset and sowed to oats last On account the hog it Is preferable to allow free of tne dry weather the oats never grew more than six inches The stock this fall haa eaten them off the land is free from either grass or and was broken five choice rather than to force the con sumption of definite should be added to all min eral or corrective there s evidence of a lack of neces1 sary plant food a mixture would be more diversified The To most localities siminches deep In 1915 has had two pie homeprocured mineral as i ot wheat was very Ht will prove To jte deeper than How would the feeder who wishes to leave no i advise handling this land for a atone unturned or la localities where j Dext 9Pring I have been think ing of double disking in the spring and sowing to oats What do you think about shallow breaking when one takes the second crop off stubble In a dry year like it was impossible to get more than 3 or 4 inches doubt the soil moisture In Held is and It is for this reafon that we advise farmers in the opfn prairie sections to summerfal third If a crop is spwn on this field It will be depend ent on the rains ofthe one the soil is reasonably shal low urface working with the disk and drag harrows will make a mutchj IpQuiaybe exercised to avoid That to a mulchof two Inches should be deposited well down intothe firm soil below the soil has been too firm ly packed stock tramping it in plowing will be difficulty with breaking shal I in a dry yeay la that the plows shallow miich In hard or stony places and a poor Job Is Where all the 3pjJ has been turned over shal low breaking that Is well worked down good We are favorably impressed with the plan of stubbing in the breaking stub This system is responsible for the rapid spread of the native couch A better plan 1s to backset thefollowing even though the plowsdp ijtot turn up any fresh Scott Experimental quantities consumed are so that the cost will prove al The growth de velopment of with so cannot be injured and in most cases will likely be greatly HOMES WILL HELP Ttt7 RETAIN Homea are the great stabiliafn of The more advanced in dustrial metlods recogniae the valus of decent homes in keeping labor fixed and thus preventing the heavy loaaes that result from constant snlft freai place to As a result of this many large iadus Daily A Years Sub scription to the Herald is a Gift that is appreciated Throughout the POISONOUS PLANTS IN THE HAY in Paid In Advance Experimental Panns Much loss may be avoided by pay ing a little more attention to the I quality of food that fed to live j To Use as hay which I is 50 per coarse and unpalat j able weeds is not the best means of I keeping stock in good nor is it more wise to feed them poison I ous I Most animals have an Instinctive i knowledge injurious foods apd will i push aside and leave suspicious por tions of rhdr Hut this ia often chopped up with the fodder in such a munner that they must eat it or Bracken is Conspicuous in hay by its coarse foliage and rusty green A closer examination will re veal on tho under side of the leaves a narrow band or margin of rusty All bracken should bo re from the hay and H will not do to leave it for as greedy horses will eat their bed ding while waiting for their regular No ill effects appear after eating it once or as bracken poisoning slow and The leafless branches of horsetail are alno readily distinguished by a difference in being of a darker and inoru bluish shade of green than thu ordinary Other are tho hollow the furrowed and jointed branches with Daily By Mail pointed teeth around the The poisoning of fettle in1 the west has occurred from eating the uoet jiwiis the havj loss might easlly have been avoided by picking out the coarse stalks with UHC Tjii luSMes the larkbpur resemble those of the and are very toxic in a fresh green Hut with ma turity tlioy iose their which has been This superiority and It Is a good can only be determined by careful removing all to wipe the servatlon at the time of the nrst with an oiled rag and tlon and hya careful test under all wearing parts with tal form conditions with the parent orlow or axle It pays other standard thisto the on the machinery selected strain mast be watched cioseiat Tegular Paint of good ly during the multiplication period fort9ulltty to wellcleaned sur the appearance of false heads or is an excellent as breaking up of the This le we as Improving the appearance of the essential work in the it is an ad of pedigreed seed and unless It has to attend to all necessary re been selected in accordance with the during the winter when the above the word pedigreed macntaes are not This will should not be Bave much time and annoyance in the Apart from tBbse who are associated Bea8ons with the experiment stations there are To 8um up care of farm but few men In Canada who have the machinery necessitates a suitable facilities and the knowledge essential j to perform the primary selection work ed pedigreed seed that does not trace In the production of pedigreed back to these or is not reg Any observant person istered In the Canadian Seed Growers obtain pedigreed seed and by the mainAssociation should not be purchased tenance of a ceed plot and the careful as without careful Inquiry Into roguelng out of false heads and chance ita preserve the purity and Pedigreed seed bears the same re quality of hia seed grain that It may Ration to the grain growing industry continue to rank as pedigreed as pedigreed breeds bear to the live As the production of pedigreed strains stock and its use Is neccs and varieties is practically confined sary if a grower desires to maintain to the various pqnjjniou and Provinthe purity and quality of his cial Experiment any so Teach the Children to Save Habits are acquired early in who BM taught the value of money and the habit of grow up into good business men and capable Theeatieat wayto teach children to toitart a Savings Account for each child each ii After a child has laved another dollar to make an additional or will have a better appre ciation of just what a dollar stands and how much MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office Montreal OF LB1HFRIDGB MONARCH NOBLBFORD Established Actinf Actinil THE CANADIAN BANK OF cor SR EDMUND rViiiiw K Manager 3BVJOHN Count MUMWT Supt of Central brtnehce Careful attention is to the bank requirements of with whom an Important part of the business of this Bank Is Farmers may rely upon prompt and courteous Lethbridge Branch Manager Warner Branch Manager Milk River Manager DBCRMftKft biilMInf fhero the implementa will be trtni the not in in It should be Hepi well oiled If necealar and cmMrra in tlon AID under the of of tae feava ly aralnet MBa itate aM the afcoliiisBj ovenlfht fleet t ii the Lokal Atwelcer of Berlin ad vlcea the National tayn that British warships have not landed but have mippiled Bsth forces with arms and amniunl BXKAI8SR FBEL8 BETTBR I 20 Fcrmer Emperor who had been 111 during all the present able to walk about the castle grounds thin taking edTan tagfi of a few hours of fine lie had been confined to hla bed since last The exemperor appeared to have recovered from his while his ear affection still troubled It was aald to have been greatly alle end Mi ene the f MTWI1WM1 Vt fcr lnlMHIH FARMS 20YEAMTDPAY M eMsetfcy and PrsMeLendliltotioenetiei irrlfrtdl lend up to OH Und ii rapfcfly Wrfce in fm in iiiiiu mil fun nil msnan OF CANADA With Cash IB UK lank Can Bay It Advantage You know hov everything costs more when you have to buy on Why not practice settdenial for a while If open a Savings Account n the Union Bank of and with the money In buy at Qjtfh prices The discounts will help to swell your bank and will ma4o a good start financial LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Arthur Manager CARD8TON Manager BRANCH Manager SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN Imperial Limited to Montreal Eastern Canada Corresponding to Double Dally Train i Double Dally Train Service m A Comfortable Travel en Other Eastern Points the Worlds Greatest Compartment Observatlori Standard and Tourlet Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for 60 Exttnefon will be granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS c TICKET PHONE 812 DISTRICT PASSENGER THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED Capitol Paidup Reserve and Undivided Total Assets 520 Branches in British Wttt Porto Dominican Costa Rica and SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may be opened wfth an Initial deposit ot One Interest is credited Business Accounts carried upon favorable LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MAGRATH BRANCH CARD8TON BRANCH Manager Manager Manager Mil A TRUST COMPANY The average individual little knows the per formed by Trust and how great Is Their Influence for good In the Besfdes handling they manage collect rents attend to payment of Taxes and Insurance These and many valuable the truat companies which enter into every day life of Hence the Trust Company comes 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