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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LF.THBRinaE, .DAIW SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 SHELTER FOR STOCK (Experimental Karros Note) i worked lightly dtir'.ns Iha winter. The nuesiloa of suitable thelters! have also been coa- for feeding Ineiile. After years' experience'In handling of .sheep. U .has been thor- oughly, proven that an open sbeJ, Ins lo'the south and opening into a corn! fenced with a sis to seven foot bourd fence, ts tho best shelter possible.' It Uie shed is shingled it ciety has received Ilia following doua- tious: UollinK UUlB. proceeds of dim-6 aud social, 5150.fO; employees ot the North American Collieries, 1219.60; E. Morgau, J3; A Friend M. BOW Ujrr llowville Barons Caruiungay S'i-'S: "I vestern country to provide shelter! for nil classes of stock, the money u-'' pecded in buildings totals a consider- able amount, and is withdrawn from tie capital available for turnover In 'the stocfc Itself, Whether or not This 'ituro does not 6 make gtlut with expensive wintered. Eitra protection for-vviu- i asked by' every country ,-hlch, U possible since th Provides beef m thw ,3 lacilis in shelter is a question beginner, and one w to answc-r It In the negative, will make It much easier for many people to be- cin; operations on a considerable scale with live stock. For several years horses, particular- ly tie Idle work horses, havo been wintered in the open fit the Laeombe station. Ortata sei- 5ns these horses have had access to stacks and tie run of pasture htd not been closeiy eaten the preceding season. In every such In- stance the horses have done remark- well, in most cases coming in carrying more i.eijht than when turn- out In the fall. In the winter 1911- 1912 all the horses mad a gains In weight, some increasing as much as Mventy pounds during the coldest wln- months. It is necessary to see. that water is accessible, and that salt to provided at regular later rale. The viual charge made by those who Lake horses for wintering in -this way la doUar head per month, -with -provided by the owner of the country with, a heivy undercoat, and a o[ wovcn wire e climate is not moist, caitle are able to stand the colder teaipcra- tures in the open better than she warm, moist air of the barns, no mat- ter how well veatliateil. Catlls are fence and a foot Apart. 'Vho. spaces he was unable to convince bis liear- ers. Now that the election is oiet Vulcan Champion we can get down 16'work again. Ked j kortet. Even whera K U not possible to provide for the wintering of horses in this manner, it nss been demonstrated that will come through la bet- ter condition by in the open on nonw farm, sheltered by a bluff or corral fence, thin if kept in tha'sUbto continuously or even dur- ing the nlfht time only. With prairie bar valued U 15.00 per ton and grain cent per pound, the cost ot wintering during one. the. most ex- tning- winters Ihat have been ex- perienced in- the Lacombe dlsiiict from the beginning. Feed Is economized by the use o[ teed racks which hold a load of hay st a time. These feed racks are sis feet'wide by thirty-two feet long. posts seven feet apart A two by fii- inch stringer on Its edga is run along the centre of the rack-i'i; inches from the ground. This stringer carries the bottom of the two-Inch by two-inch pieces wb'ich form the sida of the rack, 1 which are-placed'on sii inch cen- tres. The upper of the two-inch _. two-Inch are fastened to the cenirs two-inch by fix-Inch which forms part of tho upper side of the rack. One of these racks will hold to ITJ tons of hay. Grain tables about three feet high and thirty to thlriy-sii In- ches In width Vfitb a two-inch by six- Inch piece bevelled and sloping out- the sortir. end cabins 'era. then .Jill straw being up to ihe top of the rooi ot the cabins. r It appears. thAt such shelter-Is i Cross work, food 'economy, etc., offe'r opportunities fcr In win- and between the _rl_.._......_ d; the Eitig and-'o'ur rts along boor in t expensive hog houses'. ward to' form the sides l be found most satisfactory for the 'feeding ot ch'op. These wide, low tables permit of the cattle feeding from both sides and if tie stock ere dehorned there IS little .cnnrdim or fighting for grain. H is advisable to bed the corrals thoroughly. Labor is economized by being able to clean the corrals at one time in the spring or summer Trhen the rMch'tt work is not as-great as been per day "per jibelrij hone.1 Erery hone Included in thfj (Mf an of weight and went Into tprinc wort nifc more tnd lite than tiuwe feir horses liable and at oilier imamafyt the year; also by .ET: feed sufficient hay at time to last for days, provided tho rack accommodation is sufficient. The efficiency. [man for feeding ot im'the ojwu Is many times multi- with bis capacity Spend the witfe Folki or FARE AND ONE-TH1RD tor the Roand Trip Dour Date-Dee. .23 to 25, and to Jin. Final Brtarii Limit, Jan. 4th, 1918 Canadian Pacific Rail way Th. Worlds CrMtwt Histmiy' r.CALIFQRMA the Scadc CohaUa tttm iMmtx THE NORTH BANK ROAD FINE TRAINS DAILY mtTHttn" SPOKANE A-O PORTLAND Ktctrif Lighted Oil-Biirc- itf Obiemtion-Parlor-Li- bnry, Dinitir and Cm, and Howcrr Coicttl. e'WINTXR m GbJden Poppyland .Sonshine, -orange perfect Motor lined with wiring tht bitblTig beacheii: out-oWoor film hiiloric Miiiioni quaint reticad .all tent] ttf CiJifor- iiii Ples-rure Capital, Kutnd trip f am. tPriu ftr faellett anj in- Kircaldy Delia Slilllc'ent Marln these linos will go a long way to sup-. port the government we havo elected. Standard The school holiday will begin', pa Rlchdalo Friday of this week! school will.] Rosebud reopea on At the recent annual meeting of tha provincial Red Cross Society u reso- lution was ireaseil the effecf of which lletlaw Deorlng....... Lone Star, (maj.) Enchant Produce More Bacon Screenings for Hog Feed %y THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WILL RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FROM INDIVIDUALS OR CO-OPERA- TIVE ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE PURCHASE OF SCREENINGS FOR'FEEDING PURPOSES. ONLY "A" SCREENINGS AVAIL- ABLE AND IN CAR LOTS. -Write or wire for-further information and prices to J, D. SMITH, Supt. Seed ft >Ve4d Dajwrtiiient of Agriculture, Eduioutoii, 'Al'uerta. i HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL Minister ot Agriculture, Edmonton, Alta. H. A. CRAIG, Deputy Minister ot Edmonton, A1U. 'B'HOGrH will .bo the more thorough ofganlza-tTravers tlon. of for Tied Cross l-oniond pvork. Since that meeting'the .pro-' Ktimindale viuclal executive met to consider tho Bow City whole matter and appointed twd'holi- Jennings orary assistfvnt organizing' secretaries' (or 'the province. Coaliiurst spclcfy has been lionored'liy. the a'ppolntraeht of Its chairman to'OflVof these offices'. jMarihUl'..1.. 0 Thn two officers have, bse'n arf Ensign 10 4 0 Heriaw........ 3 Armada The ProTlncIal Department of Agri- pointed are Mrs. Towns df'Coronatlon, culture is giving the best assistance! and. Uev. W. C. Marsh, of Coalhurst. possible to the'compalgii for increis. j Canada has declared tavprognas In the war and wo wlio home must ed hog proaucllon m order to nice, Mt our'ccorts ,-pr Ustou 3oyue tVooters he urgent need of the Allies for larg- er supplies of bacon. The question of economical feeds In sufficient quan- Is necessarily important in meat production, and in times ot keen de- mand the cheaper kinds ot. foods take In of our screenings h'ave been exported to the United States, but by I recent Federal ordtr-lo-couucil embargo nas been put o'a screenings in order to relatively high value, years large quantities in the struggle, A dance was held aUWcst-.Leth- bridge on Tuesday hpnor. of Mr. Sweet who. is .leaving Lethbridge consolidated school for some months but has been drafted for overseas service.. The service on Sunday ere'iilng will be of a special Christmas nature.1 The pastor's siib.fect "The ot Christmas." J- r Among Ihe litest men'to fi from "front George "l encourage their larger use within jhe.bers of Coalhurst.-.: .Chambers Dominion, under the direction of the j was-, badly wounded ,but it' .mafeing Food Controller. Licenses' on export; good progress. The local 'Oddfellows days not be granted Live; gave him a receptiorjm on Tuesday Miss Macdonald rne Id Iron Springs. The annual school entertainment was held last" night.. The school orlum wai filled to the !doors "with children, parents and frienda. A mix- id program waa pleasingly rendered indwell received by the. audience. During the evening a akeh for (ho. relief ,of .Halifax .suf- amounting to' A Xhias ;ree WB trimmed by the ladies' aid, as In former years, and Santa Claua or- In time to distribute gifts to the pupilif. Prizes were preacbtod.jbir-the worlf, .hid. diflng 'Ih'e term. The'.wlnnera were Archie Slraley, Ju- Draco Mitchell, Intermediate, and Baldwin, senior. majority of from highly clec- A Valuable Feature i Joint Accoant the Union Bankof Oinsdalnthe rjames of two persona, that are not tied up. 'just 'when Ih'ey areyikely "to'' be most needed, Tha survivor can withdraw the money without delay ar (ormtajity., ;i TWnlc it oyerT-then jolht Account- CARDSTON BRANCH F. v! Cavtn. Minagcr BARONS BRANCH i. BlaekwMiS, Putting tiff Until Tomorrow! r: DEL AY IN THE MAKING OF A WILL HAS CAUSED MANY AN ESTAT' TO' PASS' FOR WHOM, IT WA? NOT DON'T TO- DEPENDENT. UPON: VOL! BYrHAVJNG YOUfi'WILL'DRAWrJ itEGAL'jORril APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND.T.RLISTeE.' GiiarafltEe limiteil Calgary, -Alberta V PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE '.'DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, STETTLER; (i THE CANADIAN BANK ttio'JB'mall minority in country to whnoi'lt came- as n touch are sorry to report the illness of Mr.i. Wm. Coilgner, who was taken to tJaU hospital on Wednesday morn- ing, ..suffering from ajrfcndlclllii; 'tor which: an performed, llor condition is u sood an could SR EDMUND C.V.Q., LLD.. D.C.L; HV, f.JGSES, V.C, BROWN, Stb'i of Cmni tnuxtei e.VTTAi PAID For small rerrnttaTiccs use the Money Orders issued by 1 Bank j cost u 55 >nd under 9 ceirt> (J 810' 10 15 run' urnnat rttitn LetKbridge Branch-- R. T, Brymner, Mn. Auctibti Sale of a Valuable Ranch There' be'offered for salo at public auction, subject to" at the Slagrath Hotel. JIagrath, Soutbern Alberta, on Saturday, the of at the hour of one o'clock In the afternofc that'valuable ranching property, consisting of tWVA acres, lying fri 21. West 4th and beautifully situated on, and n6rlh and west of the north branch Of tho Jlllk river, more particu- larly and legally described as per Certificate of Title, which will ba produced at the sale, on the following terms: One fourth cash, balance- In five UQual consecutive annual instalments. Interest at 7% with the privilege of paying the whole or part of purchase money at any tlmo before matuilty. known as the rage Hanch, Is well has 400 acreaj more or leas; of cultivated land upon It, of whfoii 200, more or leas, are In Bummsrfallow. The buildings are of ,fram6 and ahlngle construction, and consist of a four roomed bungalow, a fore- man's- gooil -nta.bljng ami granary accommodation, extensive corralaue'tc. j a.never falling supply 01 water obtained riot only, from the' Milk River, btit also from beauttftil In.sreaan'd ineihaustiblo In fact, for stock purposes, tbe'water and pasturages on this Hanch arc the outstanding faaturcs. yyhlio for .mixed farming agricultural purpnses, large areas ot.arablo land'on the Kanch uplands can bo readily brought upder tHc'.pjow. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE STANDARD TRUSTS COMPANY TRUSTEES AND ADMINISTRATORS AND TITLE1 HOLDERS. Hlh 1917. i, 20 head pf No. 1 heavy aam weighing from 1306 1606 fcs. Each from 8 years old. AH broke harneu anil perfectly qniet Thcif) aft an oxceotlprially good lot of nlarej and anyonb Want' ing Bitch 'nhonld hot seeing thest; Theie gool marcs are to be' bf cott'nnd can seen at Sale and Feed Barn, St. and no offer will bq refused for om! or. .inaren, as Hiey hale been to M The Lethbridge Sale and Feed Barn ;