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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUUY. DECEMBER 29, 1917. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SF.VEH OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Big Campaign to Urge the Greater Production Hogs black eve, the production dropping to very low level, and with tlie Ulgli Southern AlberU farmers are bo- coming interested In the camimljn ror accor.1- lm: to Superintendent Kulrlloh! ot ihe industry up oKain. Now, however. n inipjital (arm. Within ilio iMStlibat the government Is guaranteeing ME OF WHEAT he has liad liy.lt a dozem or more enquiries from farmers o( (he district as lu where they cuii secure breeding stock, especially male animals, Allor some difficulty ho has locate J a few und fanners who communicate vita! him now can bo put In touch parties having boars (or sale. TTiL> hug production cam- paign promises to revive tho Industry in Southern Alberta. Three or four years ago BouUiern Alberta WHS nrcii- Jted with raising close lu half a mill- ion lioga anuully. The bad crop of 19H, however, save tho Industry a prices in keeping with -the Ottawa, Dec. cablegram grain celvecl today from the International hi New Kuling Exempts Men Over and All Women From Any Permit tho farmer, sees gootl money In ot Agriculture, gives the follow- once more and breeding stock Is-lug estimates: at a premium. Total production af wheat lu, Deu- Mr. Fairfleld, In mark, Spain, France, Great Uritain, Ire- ne of tlio effect ol tho present weisth- land, lialy, Luxemburg, Norway, Holl- er on livestock, and especially sheep, Qnd, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, stated that ho believed moat of tho United states, India, Jaimu, Algerja, stockmen were fairly well prepared anj Egypt ami Tuuis la lu Iho way ol hay BUppllcs. but those bushels or SiU per cent of thrfproduc- who are not arc ecrambling for tho ,j011 ol ino.sanie counlilea In mo. a available hay, as cattle and sheep are decrease Of and S5.1 per so high In price now'that the loss ot tbeir average production a single animal constitutes quite a jng ttie {jve vears igi] !oss- of S25.000.000 bushels. Production of rye iu Denmark, Spain, France, of Canada over 45 years ol a-go do cot require permits to leave Canada or any other papers from fan- adjah Immfgratlon authorities. Worn- ;n do not require- to leave Canada under any circumstances. This ii a new ruling just-put Into effect by the Canadian inauigratton authorities, and will do much to re- duce tho work of the Imiuigratiuii agenla. Agent Primrose hero has had (Experimental farms Note) Tho problem of economical produc uaed tor stock teed. Lower grade wheat. oaU iud com, buckwheat and jNorway. Ho barley these are all feeds that may aild Slates is used lo advantage. The extent to which each is used will depend prices. t' bu For ground feed, "Buckwheat screen- tugs" may be used lo advantage, also ilon, with Iced at the present prices, is mixtures" containing bran, corumeat) a question that has been worrying pro- ground oats or other similar grains. ducers during past tew months. Actable or green feed Is absolute- The question ol what lo teed la one necessary lo keep the Hock (n thrJf- that requires mure careful consldera-1 ty condition. For this purpose, tion than ever before. Feed is high, f ej oats Is onu of the very best. It therefore the Hock should bo culled UoE only supplies succulence, but grain closely and nothing but the most vig-ifeed as well turnips, cab- orous birds retained. Thuy should not.bage, small polalocs or similar only bo fed heavily, but should be fed waste products may all be used to ad- such feeds aa will glvcjresulls. For vantage. Ihis purpose It Is necessary to supply cereal, animal, vegetable and mineral feeds. Cereal or feeds should form Animal or meat feed is a form ol food that poultry keepers frequently neglect supplying. -It is not possible for a hen to produce eggs profitably lv'4 iu iiiuuui.u liiuiimuij tho principal of tho ration ami on an ralion. Sour milk is for best results a cerlaio proportion usually available on farms and should be ground. The question Js aillmai recti v.-ill give bclUr results, wlml are tho most economical as ,L not tbs necessary feeds to use. During ordinary times, but it also keeps llie in a mixture of corn, wheat and oats gooa lonc lf js no( avauabte popular, but under present nollri sreen cut tonc wheat ehouM bo conserved for or similar fceda must be supplied to food and only tho lower grades. tafce tuo the grubs and iu. sects which the birds get on range. Mineral feed. Limp for the egg shells and mineral salts for the growth of uoue must be supplied. Small quan- tities mar be obtained from such feeds as clovers, but It Is necessary to feei! oyster shells or something similar to supply lime In sufficient quantities for a Heavy egg production. Sample Ration. light feed oE mixed grains scattered in a deep litter feed, mangels, parings or sprouted oats. Full feed of scratch grains. Tho scratcn grains should be a mix- ture such as lower grade wheat, oats and corn, barley, oats and ley, oats and whatever grains arc cheapest the time. So far iii'i oqts have been the cheapest grain food, so" it is advisable to use them to as great an cslent as The present indications arc that .corn vrltl be greatly reduced in price. When this happsna it should he usod extensively, as, supplemented with a high protein feed such'as or beoT scrap, It is nna of the mpst'valu- ablo of feeds. V; S IJesides tlio foregoing, a hopper of Eyery year from Consumption, Millions Could havo been saved if only common BCUSO f prevention bail bjjen used :Q tho first stage. If YOU ARE a Sufferer from Asthma, Broa- VhltSs, Pleurisy, Weak Luugi, and Dis- eases leading apito Tuberculosis, YOU ABE'interested Stiandgard's .T. Write for Testimoaiale and BooUel. STEASTDOARD'S MTDIC1NB 263-200 Toioato, U or 95.2 per cent ot last ear, a decrease of and 91.7 ;er cent of the flvo year a average, a decrease ot over Production of barley In the same lountries as Tor rye, plus Great Britain, Ijipati, Algeria, Kgypt and Tunis GKi.C9y.COD bushels or per cent of last year and per cent of flv.e rears average, 000. a. decrease of minister of public WOTAS; Hun. A. K. Maciean, minister without Sir Jlenry Drayton, uf diu board of railway couaruissioiiur; Uvfii. Logic, O. 0. C., Ontario military div- trid; Gtn. Ashi-roft, A.M.C.. militia; AK-x. Johnson, deputy inlnla- ler ul loariue and wii'l J. S. Uesbareta, dppiny wlnhier of affairs. afternoon ministers confer with tiio board of tradu t-o- civic and tho special foniuiiUt'L' rocuntly pointed at a mceii'iK by ti. U. Murray, prt-miff vt the ince. The party will return lo tomorrow iifteriioon, RY, STOCKS STILL ADVANCE Xew York, Dec. trailing cii Ibc stuck exchange today yoilerday's excitins I'c'i-.tiire.-i, tharea cr'itinued to advam-i' on fur ther fienerni Inquiry from the decision of tlio to lake over Ilie railroad The gains in tho issues ran fruui 1 to i points. A iniEiibcr of prominent shares ;ulvaiiceJ still kigh- was en ffir Di'lt of m John busy timu of it daring the pastier, Chicago and Alton, for month, huving issued permits lo over rising points jo i'J on .1 'o-.v exploiioa uii'l left hliui: tUir.'Ls The oino ecru mnjor of Uru- tt.niliv.i Hi-! i'j ct-nt Fcrtp in IJEIVO him cri'.e. Thi j STEALING POKER POT LEGAL u'ai'.i, '.vho lias bean joil hi a poker gaum hus a right lo I ihe Tiila vv.is [n tue Lor a in crim- inui cn'iri recently iho dis- i hilled Juhn iK't-liIccvciit, hud iii'ivdtfrit on the tliarge (if steal- 'ijig f-1.'1'. The testimony showed thai 'ilia was in a pot- .heavily ha stole lite put. 'Yet: an; the court told iio steal ugtilii whei; tlrjv on you." 1'ukvr iiLtliiit'l is ivonderitm wlitiher the th-jfL tcclinkal or 111- ELIMINATE TOURIST CARS Production of oata In the same coun- ries as for barley minus Japan anil Egypt is bushels or 112-1 per cent ot last year, an increase of and 113.4 per cent of the five years average, an Increase of I'roducilon of corn in Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, United States and Japan is bushels or 121.4 per cent of last yeur, an .increase of and 113 per cent of the five years average, an Increase ot Production of 'flassecd in Italy, Hol- land, Canada, United States and India SOO going to the United Stales. Many of tliose have btcn to British subjects over 45 yoars of agu, bat of this class no longer need to apply. Citizens of HID United States or other friendly or neutral countries, or dlnarlly resident In Canada whether over 45 years of aijc do not require par ro Its, though no limit for return applies in tbelr Men of Class 1 wilt bo granted per- mits only if they present ;i certificate frorq the military registrar of the dis- trict stating that there ta no tlon lo their leaving. Exemption cor- titlcates alone wlU not bo recognized. The holiday traffic to the, United States IB particularly heavy, 'accord- ing to the immigration authorities and railway ticket agents here. Califor- nia JB the lodcslone tbat is drawing many. From C-laresholm and Granuni alono 120 have signified their Intention Hock Island's also were strong In Ucipation ot ferthcomiiig Uiviloud ac-j tiOIL. Wjih jirogress of the stolons' there caiuc a renewed intiuiry fcr In- dustrials of the war division at average gains of a. Copjiers also retlet-teil trade developments at Washingto" The undertone denoted ti4itional investment buying autl shori cover- ings. I'fjTion, Mjas.. of llurpce. of New Hruuswlok.: ]ius bcnii dir- Ltt IMS AngeU-i, in. ihe cciiiif; ojJt'ratioii of Xew Kiiglaml rall- furco1, ru.ida thonisclvcj today a3 today to Hie theft of ?iOU ai uiifertwlu whm tlieir slaiua would be tSu! morKuo from tin: ciletls of vii-iiiti-ip under full fioveimHent control. Tlie of the explosion. jfim move made by railroad fu I this Edition after the presidents an- ;it St. John withi was an order by ihe nehiil-: ton a ml Jlaitit! railroad eliminating nil I tourist cars on thai line. six IninJrc-d invuiiiicM yoldic is bushels or per cant ot last year and C7.fi per cent of the five years average. v Production of potatoes in England and Wales, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg', Norway, Holland, Sweden, Switzer- land, Canada, United States and Japan is 136.4 per cent over last year, an increase ot and 114.8 per cent of the five years average, an increase of 000. of on the January excursions. Lethbrldgo is expected to have a quota .of 30Ct. accommo- dation Is crowded and'many will take the regular trains. VICTORIA, B R IT- COLUMBIA'S MAGNIFICENT CAPITAL, GREEN ALi YEAR ROUND, CALLS YOU TO GET AWAY FROM THE BITING COLD THIS WINTRR., .Least Rainfall- of all our Pacific Co art tiful lovely homes; splendid scenery; excellent rcacfi; flowers commonly in bloomMn opin air at aolf month in the air; aver- age temperature for January 36 dcgrcei above zero: EXCURSIONS 2 to 3; Jan. 6 to .12; Feb. 3 to 9. Ask Ticket Agen( FORFuiTMiRUrDICTATION fret PUBLICITY 0 VICTORIA.B.C. f. dry sucH _a3, ground, bucli'-'rieat Dcr; control by tlin big Chicago packers ol the ren- dering business coun- try was emphasized at the federal trade comrnision's inquiry into th'c meat suriply wbtch was continued bere today. Francis J. Heney, special coun- sel for the commission-was riotltfed tbat rendering plants throughout the country had merged under the control ot various packers and by 'gentlernepa screenings three" flour or lagreemenls" tbey divided territory beef scrap one part; Is kept constantly and bonuses. From a technical dlg- boforo the hoppers of oys- 01135Ion of butchers' waste products ter shell and beef scrap. If sour milk the hearing look another turn when is available scrap may J. McCaffery of Pawtuckct, RM., omitted or green cut bone may "uo s'up-: told of the fight his the plied In place of.either, At good tirao Whatclieer Chemical Company, had to supply this is attho no on feed when made to hold Ihclr bURitiess in Prnv- a mash made front ilie kitchen scraps. idence, R.I., and to extend It to Bon- in which Is mixed the green cut bone, ton in the face of opposition ot what at the rate of about one'half ounce; he termed Iho "the trust." London, Dec. 27. (Via neuter's Ot- tawa In an article y nulled "The world political importance of, German East tho Cologne Ga- zette frankly confesses that Germany has for years aimed at the creation of a German wedge dividing Africa frnm sea to sea. AUbougU'Gerniany. in 1911 by treaty with France "apparently1' made final renunciatfori of the Idea of a- great colonial empire, "really aimed at the creation of a'Gcrrhan-Bel- glan econpmlc area in the Congo sin, from the Indian Ocean to the At- Thus when war cpmmenc: ed, Germany was "deliberately exploit- ing her Incomparable geographic posi- tion in. East Africa." The Cologne Gazette proceeds to say this position, constituted "a wedge be- the lo sole doin- I nation in East. Africa and SoutVi Af- rica a dividing and Immovable As long as England did not let It. come to a trial of strength Uie news- paper "confesses great difficulties ob- truct Germany's colonial war aims ut "all" our wishes will be realized nly U by our battles In Kurope we can ompel Kngland to recognize us iis an qua! colonial power. and to draw Ihe ecessary consequences In the future e-arraugement of Africa.'' NOW! While tbo car lu Idle Is the very Best Time lo hare Ihoee worn dowu Tires Re-treaded It cosl3 only half the price of a tire and miles of trctd'wear is guaranteed. While much.more is often ohatincd. A trial will convince you. Express paid this way on out of town custom. SCHULTZ RITCHIE Ci'y Vulcanizing Shop 208 Thirteenth St. S. I Might TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK! HAVE I MADE ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALGO? THEREFORE I WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. a Corporation, Never Dies) 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA MORE EXEMPT THAN EXPECTED per bird'and drl cd; of r with tlie meal mixture, may he fed." When asfcerl by Mr. I !cnoy It he could compete with tho "Trust" on fair feed Is nigh in price] don't: witness answered: "I cer- 'stint.the flock.' 11L takes a certain con Id. J Their overhead------ ount of feed merely for maintenance, sos-aro too heavy." H Is only tho fce'l pver and above this amount that cau bfe.risea for prodnc-; lion, Ihereforo feed liberal- ly. REFUSE REQUEST IRISHMEN TO OOjTO, U. S, Dec. ZS.f- A ruin be r oC young men In middle and western ire- land, according IQ.a pnblln dlspfitch to the Times, have applied for ports lo enable them to go to the Un Toronto, Dec. SS.-p-According to v. latcmept of Staff Inspector C. L. noster, of the Canadian Bank of Com- merce, In the appeal tribunal, prcaid- over by Chief Justice- Sir' William Jullpck this morning, there had been n Quebec more excmntlpna of the lis'men than the bank had asketf opd If this advantage was main- ained on appeal the men could be Irawii from that district-to man the offices in the middle west district. nulhqrltlcs up to Is add- Have, refused to grant such per- j mlta, Bright Tinware back at It will longer if you it dean with OM Dutch (From Oiir Own Lomond, town Is Ten tied Slates lo Join; Irish i-eg.mcnta in busy at ,hu ciirlslmas time. The tho Aniorlcan flrffly. The; goyeVnracnt ipcss ore BjileA'Jfdly decorated Tho farmers hero tvill havo M L-ff their youns pigs if shorts a'ro not forthcoming soon. The oit croji here yoar was ov.Jng.no thp stubble crop lliprcforo we cahnoc nn feed from Li'iia part. We an wiiillng to prove ihe f-lncerlty tt tho Jnlon policy. Although wo boast o( laving five busy elevators, yel not a jag of shorta or bran can be got Private Jim Dell arrived-humo lag. Tuesday hnTing been wounder n France, He has not been discharge; from the army and will have to repor after a period. Corp. Jim Stark has won two more stripes sfnco his return from the has pllal In Kingston. Jle belongs to the Hoyal Flying Corp, camped at 1 oronto, Old timers In this rilfltrlrl h_ t_ never seen aach Icr roads. public iilghwaya aro-almout impassable for unshod STOP STUDY FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN N New York, Dec. of for elgn languages In the elemental schools ot Iho city will ho dlscontlnucc after t'ebruary 1, under a reached by (he board of education meeting last night. While applflni equally to all languages, 'Ocrman wll be affecUd chiefy because kboot tier cent of the children In mcnlary grades who are for elgn tongues are taking courses Oermin, THE'G.P.R. GIVES YDy TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An Immense area of the most fertile land Canada lor sale at low prices and easy terms lathing from lo for farm lands Vfith ample lands up to One-tenth down, balance if you vrish within twenty years. In certain areas, land for sale without siltlsmtat conditions. In irrigation districts.loan for farm buildings, etc. i up to also repayable ta twenty only 6per cent. Hcie is your bpporiuriUy to increase yctir farm holdings by gclting adjoining land, or to secure your friends neighbors. For literature and par- ticulars apply to Allan Cameron, General Superintendent cf Lands, Dcparlirent of Natural Resources, Sdo First Street East, Calgary, Alia. Putting Off Tomorrow! DELAY IN THE MAKING OF A WILL HAS CAUSED MANY AN ESTATE TO PASS TO THOSE FOR WHOM IT WAS NOT INTENDED. DON'T HAVE THIS HAPPEN TO PROTECT THOSE DEPENDENT UPON YOU BY HAVING YOUR WILL DRAWN IN LEGAL FORM TODAY, AND APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE. Tiie Trysts and Gueraniee Company, limited Calgary, Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, 3TETTLER. Local Agents WILSON S. SKE1TK Sherlock Bldn. Phoiie 1343 cub'net ministers arrived nornlng by special train from Otlnwn o Ihe extent of Ihe (loin- ige caused i.y the explosion on De- comber 6. TEie parly Includes flon, S. X Mewb'jrn, minfster o( mllltln, Hon, j, C: BMlantyne, minister of marine fisheries; Hon. J. D. Odd. minis- GRIEF Can bo oxpl'OBsaJ best ty a mon- ument of fitting design and let- tering.- We make monument filial both to the size ot jour plot aniPIho longth o( your 'purae. Ha yon to aay What kind ot memorial you prefer. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Neods, Prop'. 8th Street S, er ot railways; Hon. B, Carroll, THE CANADIAN BANK OFCOiMMEReE SR WALttK, i C.V.CI, U-D., HV. F. JONEi Au'iCen'L l-Wujer KtHN ARD. JV.C.BROWN, af Cmuil Wemm Bruvhei FARMERS' BUSINESS 1 Farmers find the service of this Bank efficient and satte factory in the discounting and collection of sales notes. Blank saks notes supplied free of charge, R T. bfymner, Mgr. Auction Sale pf a Valuable Ranch There wilt te offered for sale at public auction, subject'to reserve at the Jtagrsth Hotel, Magrath, Southern Saturday, the 29th <3ny of- December, 1317, at of one o'clock in.the aftflrnaon, that valuable ranching of acres, lying in Township 2, Ilangc 21, West ith uml beautifully situated on, nncl north and west of (he north branch of the Milk river, more" particu-. and legally described as' per Certificate of which wiH he produced at the sale, on the following terms: One fourth cash, balanc-Q in five equal consecutive annual instalments. Interest at 7% with the privilege of paying the whole or part'of purchase money at any tlrab bpforc mnttiiity. This Ranch, familiarly known as tho Pago Tlnnch. is'well fenced, has 400 more or less, of cultivated land upon, which 200, more or less, ore in summerfallow. 'J'hc buildings are ot frame and shingle construction, and consist of a four roomed man's house, good stabling and granary accommodation, extensive corrals, etc. There la a lisver failing supply of water obtained not only from.the-'Milk River, hut also from beautiful springs, many-of" which arc large in area and Incxhnustlblp lact, for purposes (he'water and pasturages on thta Hanch are the puUlandins features, ivhiie for'mixed farminB and agricultural purposes, large sireas of-arable land on the Ranch uplands tan be readily brought under the plow.- FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS'APPLY TO THE STANDARD TRUSTS COMPANY TRUSTEES AND ADMINISTRATORS AND TITLE HOLDERS, Winnipeg, 14th December, 1917. THE BANK OF CANADA HKAD. OFFICE TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES life now installed at tliis Branch for the tociy of valuable papers; etc., affording safety flud.privacy. Further information supplied by tbo nianager. 22J J. G. SCOTT, Manner, G. F. ELETCHER, AUinier, D. A. CURRIE. Accduntant-m-Chnrge, OF CANADA Wfcei wffl TM Sm Sin HfW? will no doubt vfll you r many fttrf that the latter men than tap pace with the former. Now Is the time lo start a Reserve Ftotf tha Savings Department of the Uxuca Bank Is (o It; Deposit have on hand cat etna m Account vlUj turn, down to ona drav 1 LETKBRIDCE BRANCH BRANCH ;