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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta \x FanniMff. ^ who iron tlw wdrld** �mrtiiwi tor I At til* iBtannUoDBi 8611 at/OhtcMo. on �t Ui vietoiSr of lilt imo ^Mn li^iiqeoeffIon. ^ enp thuB 'ClkSS I ta�w /if ^TMl �rodBet m fair kaoirlodco Efi'f'ECtlVK rations FOR LAyiNa:i�ui..t;BTft { The movt effective rattbn' for: teed-uig taena a&d puIleU aa fouiid at thit Ohio Bxpei4in�tatai Station consists of maaht tronnd com 6 parts, bran S iMtrts/^meat scrap fl parts, by weight In addition a scratch ration of shelled or cracked com is ted so that the 'Sd^^S^ oarefiA tilling of kfk lailal^ wheriwnhe- >eanied hla. Ilvlnig. �l^y^n thnmm h� bU| dach year pnt the beet keed In the'best of aoU wltk eham|Hpt steer, owned'by John Kdpas and'Sons, itoeh. ayd was h keen fdUow�r otall ihe              THE DOMINION GOVERN-  we!� MENT PASSES f'PEEDINQ > �  STUFFS ACT"   - , � . ��      4 4^^  �  An Act regulating'the sale and fn-speotioB of Commercial Feeding JStolts, bran, shorts, middlings and iaar pertectiota As iT can*" mv~"�raTn ' at the last ses- �M poStryVl own 48b wres but^nt  Parliament. This Ajjt is under i^t �ri?^�TVa.S �6 particular vaHety; the proved best 9f mT^^ IrtU have full sway and the elevator Under the regulations of this Act yni have the rest." bran, shorts and middlings must be v*k"Jly fajher was Mayor of Mosley, free from Bcreenlngs and other mster-Mar Manchester, Efigiand, for two lal. and the analysis must be wKbin ijaars. My brother Is director of the jthe standards specified. Whole grains TM^p^  ,m,ooo lUMfT* ^  18.000,000 ttm�iU0^.A SW,000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA A. Fneboirh is Appointed dent Representative in This Province tAchester ship canal and a member the city couwMl. I^neie Charlie Val-was a Wember of the SritUh of ParliameQt for Stockport later the Coekermouth division. I m the wandering ne'er do well. I have practised as Justice of the peace for many years, gaining no little information along this line from my father, as chief magistrate of the borough. The eidtor of the Ogema Times adds the following to Mr. Mitchell's state-nient: "Mr. Mitchell is an Bngllihman and Iras well broken to hobb^, ridii^^ be-, fore he came to Canada. Here he settled on a claim in Dahinda and had no wioner located the land than he be-tcin to think about someU^ia; |o exper-Imeht e Instituted. � Those requiring fuller information or copies of the Act are Invited to communicate-irith the-;0lBtrict Seed and Feed' Inspector," Ddniinion Seed Branch. Calgary, who has charge of the enforcement of this Act in this H. McMillan, head of the sheep and goat division of the Dominion government livestock brAich, was in the 1 city Saturday in confetehee "^ith officials of the provincial department of agriculture. His present visit to ttie WAst is for the purpose of creating k greater interest in the breeding and growfng of sheep, and he brought with him an announcement of the' appointment by the Dominion department of A. Freeborn as resident representative in Alberta, with special responsibility for the interest of, thd sheep ia-dustry.. i A hopeful view of t)ie! .situation in the Canadian livestock industry was taken by Mr. McMlHUin. While at the present time there was little doing, he said, there was nothing alarming in the situation, and It needed only some steadying influences to bring things back to. a satisfactory and profitable basis again. It was an excellent time, he pointed out, for farmers to buy high-grade breeding stock and to wean out their poorer stock. When Mr. Freeborn takes up his., nevr position shortly after the new,, year he will give his assistance, wherever found desirable, to sheep breeders'who may be looking for better breeding stock, and he will also deal with the better marketing of lambs. In co-operation with the provincial department a series of meetings will likely be arranged In different parts of the province. NEW WORLD RECORD BY HOLSTEIN COW Segis Pletertje Prospect, owned by Csrnatlon Farms, Seattle,-Washington, has established a new world's record for milk produe-tl,ion, displacing Tilly Alcartra, 33,425.3 pounds milk in a year. The' Carnation cow has produced In 327 days 34,277.5 pounds milk and 1,322.5 pounds butter, and i]er owners expect that she will aver- . age over 100 pounds milk per day for the entire year. Indeed, -strong hopes are entertained that she will reach 37,000 pounds >n 366 days. SegIs Pletertje Pnospect Is a daughter of King Segis lOth, and Is, therefore, a sister of the famous Carnation herd sire. Matador Segls Walker. Her dam is Beauty Pletertje Clothllde, a daughter of Beauty Pletertje Prince and May Clothllde Pletertje. HUNDREPSr 1)F TONS * 01* >6i^N MIXTURE ' USED ON PRAIRIES In SaalnttlMWin Alone 22t�d^=at a cost of f8,631.;S5. The salal^es i^d travelling expeni^s of ten aiiililstaips, for directing organisation Woric-aqiounted to 13,500, mak-l ing the tptHj: oaet of the campaign $63,981.25: TSie Government gave material asslstanoa by furnishing the Paris gre�n,yjuid white arsenic free to the mttnlclpMlties on condition that the other ingredients for the poison bait should be supplied free by the municipalities to their ratepayers. 'While the outbreak in 1919 was quite serious, It was recognized early in the fall of .that year that there was,danger ofoj^ much more serious outbreak in 19;;q. In August 1919, repriasentatives ^f,jthe Department of Agriculture andimunicipal officials reported that .'grasshoppers .in large numbers i^re depositing eggs in an area ^hout^llwice'as large as where the fight h4d been'carried on. Parasites were not helping much, although the flesh fly had been found working In one or two localities, but not to any considerable extent. . � � -~--^ ' LABORklAND IIaNO The followinji table, taken from , a bulletin issued by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, lllustratea the readjustment Canadian farmers have passed, and are still passing, through. Farm land has steadily increased during the war, probably reaching the peak this winter. Labor, on the other hand, has trebled in price and has almost been unobtsinable during the past open season. Present Indications now point to easier times ahead. Help Is becoming more available, and as a consequence fewer farms will be sold. The figures below under the labor heading include board. The year 1920 will probably show an increase of 15 per cent. In both columns. Land Labor per acre. per month. 1907 .. .. $50 $32 1910 .. .. 48 31 1914 .. .. 54 32 1915 .. .., 52 31 1916 .. ... 63 39 1917 .. .. 55 59 1918 .. .. 67 62 1919 .. ..66 70 At a recent Hereford sale In Eng. land 71 whltefaces sold for a total of 1100,400. A GREAT LIVE STOCK PROVINCE The Bond Between \ rtiiCfe- Bank and Farm STIMULATION of agrlcuUnrsl pur-oulu is csssBtisI to the Welfate of the Demiaion. This Bank plays its part M a national iDslitution by Und-iBg evety effort .and it* vast resources to auppart agricultaral aelivity Co the utmost. f a pool - is - formed along the lines proposdd, it wonfd be the most speculative venthra ever pulled oC la this country, and I do not see how it eodd V* the neeeaa that many claim it would he," said Donald Mc-Rae of the SaskatchfVan Ob-operatlve Uevntor Company, addressing the Re-glaa local of ;the O. O. A. at Itaannual meattnr btf tktiirday atterhocia tai th� T. M. 0. A. Mr. MoRae said there w�r* throe methods of markettaig at.present under dlaeimiloa; open buying, govom--ment o6ntrol and the proposed farm' �n' pool. He did not thlhfc there was much ipeculation being done at present bat there was probably something worie th the vfay of tiarket manipu-latloB'. This was what made the gov-eriim'eht's refusal to continue th* wheht hoard so siBripni tf matter. He had not seen anything which suited this country better than the open ma ket provided conditions |Were aonaal. Control'Is Solution Uader present conditions, however, the Only solution was govemment.con� troL The wheat hoard wis given the most autocratic power ever vested In. any organisation; In this country. There was nothing they could not do if their wished and they were the first body who had e-4'er been> able to control the C. P. R. It It had not been for thb fact that they had had every facility In the country assisting them the wheat board would* not have niet with the success, it'h�d'achiev,ed..It was In part the'opposition of many farmers themselves and also the opposition of the trade that had caused the, gi^erhment > to > discpntinue the Dealing with the proposed pool, Mr. McRae , said, there was no. similarity whatever'between it and the wheat board. The farmers could not possibly have.'controLof all the facilities as had the wheat board. Would Be Opposed Not only that "but they would be opposed by the financial interests,, the government and by people in other walks of life. If 60 per cent, of the farmers were to be signed up for the pool, hiahy of them would be in districts where they would be out of totich >rlth the farmers' companies and wonld.hav'e to load over the platform. 'How could they penalise these for setting to others? ' ' ' He dl^ not see it was possible to compel any farmer to dispose of hla wheat through the pool. While he would like to. see the proposed pool a success, he could not close his eyes to the difllcuUies with which they would have to contend. Farmers, he declared would do much better to abide by existing institutions until they reaphed the point where they could really control the sale of their grain. If they were not very careful they might destroy the Institution which thoy had built up. In reply to a question rrom Hon. S. J. Latta, as to the, security for the payment of sin advance price, Mr. McRae said he did not think they had any ideas on that point. > chopped stuff �� Lack of dry bedding will soon cyipple a hog. Glass will stop more drafts than a bunch of straw. Drain outlets should be Inspected, and if necessary, repaired, before spring. The ram should not be confined with the pregnant ewes during the winter. It pays to breed quality stock- whether farmer or pure-bred breeder. Cooperation 'T'HB Victory Loan cam^igns served 1 anutualgoodbybringmgthepublic in such close contact with the Banks of Canada is to realize their human side. It b the one dedire of thb Bank to be of personal service. Make it a ^int to remember that we are always willing to extend you friendly and authoriutive counsel on flnancial nattciSi THE STANDAtrO BANK OF CANADA m T. K. LOCKWOOO - Manaosr 13th sTneer nohvh C. e. BLETCHER MfMMzn 4th avenue south P. BiLLINGTON - MANAont New DAYTON AHQ STERLINa BRANCHES L.G. THOMAS  � MAMAcot COALHUnST MltANCH W. B. PBRCUSON Managbii COALOAUe branch C. T. McKINNON - M� qynperr branch fowls Win COfiSUlfltt the grain as.hiaifh. This ration deer feed per dosen'thori aa compared with increased the prodi more than SO per.eeat jnade to, determine the scrap laying rationa should Mhould he promptly, It is to keep the liver active, stomadi healthy and bowels legular, the mind dear, alert and efficient Beecham's Pills taken accordii^ to directions wiU help to keep the digestive'ptxx:essesacti^^ Life wHl be oiors satisfactory and sucoessful by tddng SEECMAM'S SeMeieifBfceiBh In beaes, 28e., SOc A Good Investment npHB money yoiLsave earns intemf when deposited in our Savings Department, and both prindpal and Interest are safe and can be obtained whenever required. Open an >ccoimt to-day. THEXANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID.UP CAPITAL 5 $15.000l00O RESERVE FUND ^ . $15,000,000 JLETHBBIDaE BRANCS^ W. Beikie. Managcc. 'Approachable and Considerate The 80-catled dignity of banking carries With it, to the mindsof some^ople, an'ixnpressioa of reserve, which has. at tames, actually ' ; prevented them from becoming depositors. As a matter of fact, a Bank is a business institution, conducted on business lines by practic^ snceessfol business men who are both approachable and considerate. It is.  pleasure tb do your ban&ing at The Merchants Bank. TH? MCRCHANT5 BANiC Head OflSce: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1884. ' us LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. . . ABOLISH FINANCIAL PROLONG YOUR LIFE" A CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUIH WILL DO IT Gives a larger return for life than is obtainable from any other form of investment with .absolute �ecurity. Free from Dominion'Income Tn. Any person resident or domiciled in dwnada over the age of 5 may piirchase, to begin at once, or at any later date^ired,'an Annuity of from $50 to $5,000, to be paid in monthly or quarterly instalments. Any two persons may purchase jointly. Employers may purchase for their employee!. Ajpply to your postmaster, or write, postage free, to S. T. Bastedo, Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa, for new booklet and other information required. Mention age last birthday, BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT head office, conybeare block LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA authorized to act as EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE GENERAL FINANCIAL AGENTS AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE UNDER BANKRUPTCY ACT EXPERIENCE* � > -Is necessary for the success of any undertaking, great or small, particularly so in handling the affairs of others. , ' This Company is qualified by twenty-five years ^ of successful experience - in acting as Trustee itt:^ every capacity, , | We will act as your executor 'fl>; TRUSTS and CUARANTi^ Cqmpciily, Limited calgary - alberta I I ii i f ;