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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE Humphries Captured Snow's cuiei Prize 2nd, F. Robinson. Serviss; 2nd mid Art 3rd, F. Robinson'. A. 3nl, J. Morrison. Scrvlss; 2nd and Wynndotto, A. O. P. Tlmms. W. ISIUS; I'HOU FllONT I'MIK) Tlmms! J. Tlmms. Cockcrol-lst 1 anil w. Kills. W. Kills; 2nd J. me- and 3rd. P. J. Tlmms. jumisoii lltos., Barroil Phillips IiCKuom H. 0. a joiu.sori lli'os.; hen: Lean, ii 1 -J. Thompson, nreis 1 Thompson, o i- WclLn im.iets, 1 J. V. McWa, 2 ami Johnson Bros. 3 'I- llros; 2ml. i.- Sliiieklotou; 3rd, Ehlcrt. .1. shackletbn; 2nd, .1. li. 15. Kiilcrt. Cockerel IIPIIB I and (I 1 inmero, reonnigi. acum: M BcaUlf coclcrcls, 1 and 2 H. 2nd, li. T. MoKcc; 3rd, J. Machln; Morir.an 3 A. M. B.attic; pullets, 1, 4th, .1. Ecliereley. im! 3 I 'H Einmerson, -1 A. M. Orpington 1st, Mrs. llros. 2 and HcalliE. Leghorn, Silver Masscy, 2 Jolmson Johnson cociorcl, 1 J. A. Masscy and 3 -T, A. Masscy. Spanish Hen, 1 and 3 Bros. Constantlne; 2nd and 3rd, Col. D. J. A. Brlcker. J. Gray; 2nd, B. hen, 1 Cooper; 3rd, J. Gray; 4Hi, E. Cooper. 2 A. Mi.ssey ami 2nd, ?.'.TS. Con. Dennis, 2uil, 3rd and.4th, P. King. 2nd and 3rd, p. King; -ith, H. Wright. While- WyandottoB Cock 1st, Brown's Fine- Feather Farm; 2nd, 15. PuUkloy; K." Scott; 4th, Mrs. L, Aldwlck. W. Northwood; 2nd, K. Scott; 3rd, W. J. Wyatt. HOBO Comb Hhode Island W. G. Wood; 2ml, J. Coe; 3rd, W. llawcroU; 4lh, W. Man- dclkon. R. W. Cluke; 2nd 11. W. Cluke; 3rd, A. C. Russell; 'Hh, 11. II. Cluko. W. Wood, houso; SUM, W. G. Woods; 3rd and H. H. Cluke. n. H. Clukn; 2nd and E. Sellltoe; 4th, It. H. Cluke. Single Rhode Island H. 11. Cluke; 2nd, 3rd 4th; W. Hawcroft. B. B. Thoinsou; 2, .1. C. Coe; 3rd and 4th, W. Ilawcroft. J. C. COe; 2nd, J. T. iMcGrcgor; 3rd, .1. B. Itlrlo; 4th, llawcrolt. 1st and 2nd, Hawcroft: 3nl, J. T. McGregor: 4th, H. H, Cluke. Hose Comb 1st, Hen 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Routledse Rob. erts. Dark and 2nd, Kerr and .McCulncsa: 3rd. J. H. Watt. sjx Kerr McGuiness; 2nd, .1. d Shackleton: 3rd, 0. Pose; 4th. D. P. Woodruff. and 2nd, D. ALFALFA INCREASES RETURNS Few fanners who have not grown alfalfa realize Its valuu as n source of protein. The 'result? obtained by 0. H. Potro, a. dairy tanner ol Randolph County, Indiana, convincing. When he began to feed -alfalfa hay to his COWB his returns from cream increased from ?3.4ti to JG.fiP, a gain of This farmer was milking six Short- horn helters that had dropped calves about six months prior to January 1, 1915. 'i'lw ration.: before this date had been two bushel baskets of ear corn a day and- all the corn fodder they would consume. The cows were producing on an average 58 pounds of milk a day which nava 5.5 pounds of cream testing about 21 per cent. butte.rfaf. January 4th the com fodder that had been stored In the barn ou top ef the alfalfa was fed off. Beginning with January 5th alfalfa was fell to heifers Instead ol com t'od- mllk increased 10.5 pounds the first day, so the com re- are, could spend thu time to .good advan- tage. What 1ms been prewired so are being fed. In one of the most greater, for it will command keener extensive dairy counties of Indium 1 Interest. found that about half the dairymen j Perhaps there are other ministers were feeding timothy, is It auy fir- of agriculture In Canada who would prise that many dairymen, when ilit well to take u pointer from tho they wake up and use the scale and live. Alberlan. They the tester, ll'nd that their COWB producing little or no profit? It seems difficult to get this class! carefully for the benefit of agriculture of farmer to see the need of buying for the province ot Ontario, might be concentrated feeds like cottonseed worth their study too. of meal, gluten meal and oil meal. They this, they would all meet together at d.o not wish to part with cold cash Guelph, where all would have a warm for feeds that they do not know will: welcome, where problems of Interest give good returns, bat if they have lo all are under highly developed ulfalla or some other protein consideration, and where tbe dispm: hay they will it. K they once, or Ontario's agriculture at Us best llnd out the value ot uting Bios-; pro. would lend its stimulating Inlltmico. tein in the ration they do not hesi tato to buy concentrated protein feeds to supplement the borne-grown feeds, it is the writer's candid opin- ion, after many years' experience with all kinds of farms and farmers, that Introduction of alfalfa SEED GRADE FOR GOOD GRAIN The special grade fur whits c.ata, six-rowed barley. Red Fife wheat and Marquis wheat is provided-through the co-operation of the Department systems ____ _ tion was reduced to one basket a day Gentleman. P. Woodruff; 3rd, Kerr McGuiness. ilccompanylng Pullet-lst and 2nd, G. shows Ilow rapidlv Ulo now of I 3rd, D. P. Woodruff. ami the returns per White .1. H. k b fore ;ind atlei. beginning to Watt. D. P. Wood- ruff. 2nd, 3rd and 4th, Pounds D. P. Woodruff. D Milk cream Test Black Rod Game Cock, pullet, 1 stantine; thicker. Johnson Mrs. Constantlne: 3rd und Col. JD. Brlcker. Minorca S C. 1, Orpington, A. O. and 3 and 1 A Spcucc hen, 1 and 4, A.12nd, G. Graham. D. Sicncc 2'and 3 Cal. Briefer; cock- Haywood; 2nd, H. Smith. l' 2 3 and -1 A. G. Sfcace 1st, 2nd and 3rd, D. Haywood. millet1 2 3 and 4 A. G. Spcucc.. Minorcas, S. C., Wliite-Cock-lst, Mini'.rr'i R C hen, lien. 1st and 2nd, Johnson Bros. Minorca, u. u. n _ _ R .Minorcas, .K. C. J. Hamilton, and 2nd, R, _ S'i11- Hunter; 3rd, J. Hamilton. Cock- 3rd, J. Gray; 4th, Col. R. li. Hunter; 2nd. J. Ham. E. Tuson; 2nd mon Ptlllet_lst oml R. B. Hun- ter: 3rd, Sam Jones. Brown Red 2nd, and 3rd, G. Johnson. Duckwing Game Hen, 1st and 2nd Cock, 1st Pullet, R. B. Hunter. Pyle Game Bantam Dale January January January January January Milk 58 iis.r, 711 96 SS 96 94.5 13.5 14 13.C 14 January 14 January 16 Week's return ending Jan. Week's return ending Jan. 21.. 6.69 a .e even- farm will do more than any- Trade and Commerce grain inspectors thins else to improve the feeding and the Department of Agriculture of the great mass of farm- j seed- inspectors. A section of each of the Government terminal elevators at Saskatoon, Moosa Jaw. and Calgary is set apart for handling this special grade which will be available after December 1st. Car lots of the ahove t cleaned l-1Ilool-i> THE MAN FROM ALBEWTA Canadian Countryman One to the rennired standards Ontario provi duality anil freedom from purity, noxio.us Increase due to The returns were not large after -eJs, without entailing i uock: age oF more thaa 2 or 3 per cent in excess of that required' for the com- mercial grades, may too accepted for seed submitted for inspection at these elevators. The experience of the nest few months will indicate to what extent farmers who have main- agriculture, to announce new fr0mTe nRri nmlarfa-KliiirK in its behalf, itemed clean farms may prof t fron re- tire of Hon. Diwcan -.Marshall, minis- ter of agriculture for the province of Alberta. To the presence of the min- ister of agriculture for the Dominion of Canada we have become accustom- ed. We expect to see him thery, and to hear him express his views upon alfilfa ments r.r.d undertaWngB in its behaf iuiaiiti ......ipi.ww ___ HE STRUCK II AfUr Suffering Almo.l Brought 'Ritlitf. I vhl son Bros 'voung drake, 1 John- 2nd and Pullet 1st, 2nd and 3rd, !r R McLean. Hen-lst and' 2nd, ilrOs- voune liuck, land 2, Johnson P. Watarlioaae. Wcstbrook Bros.; 3rd, E. Hagell. I'lua., }uuiib u Golden We8t. .1 Hamfars. Golden 'nd and 3rd mile 1 J D Jo rson Bros I II brQok Bros L Ha'ell 2 lohnson Bros old Icnnlc 1 amj ird Bms 2 J B Pine Nouns, Hnmhur" Sihei Hose comh t Ibt 1 H Emmerbon 2nd Johnson p 11ld 3rd Oock t and 3rd Bros 1-fen: 1st and 2nd Cocliercl; 1st and Himburg Golden inl] Bros. Brahma Geo. Frache: 2nd. Sam Jones; 3rd, R. T, Hammirgf Silver Williamson. G. Frache: 1st, Johnson Bros. and Kinc lohnson Brcs male, I J U 1 J U Ririe Wlutt Holland old mill 1 Johnson comnared with what they would be! ant to listen to, and his common sense live merits or good and poor seed, if more uroteiu and less carbonydrate carries conviction to his hearers. He that If only the best grain produced m ilerlals were fed Too much corn is always on the alert to pick up any-1 is saved for seed the increased vielil corn fudder and limothj and not thing that be uselul to 'us oivnhier acie would be worth at least ?1 enough alfalfa, clover and people in Alberta. A few years ago; per, acre over the yield now, secured rtine Golden Penulled-Heu- Bro ol I female 1 Hitchor 2 John 1st Johnson Bros 2nd I II Emmer ..on 7u E -ia'e. 1 Oraham, son vnung female, 1 Johnson Bros. I H .louse Old male John r e old female, 1 lo Hat her d J B male. 1 J. B. Ririe. Ririe young male r son Bros Pckin Johnson a and 1 J B Rirn. Pelun Duck aid Ririe, 3 lohnson Bros, 2nd 2nd J 'Morrison and W. D. Frith. S W D Fnt1- J Morrison 3rd 2 Morrison. I Hen 1st 3 2nd and 1st and 2nd, A E. Davey Pekm oung Mali, and Tcmale J B Ririp Avlesburv- Drake, old Johnson flhite Cock 1 and 3 I Boes.e 2 W Carter hen 1 and 2 Carter, 3 J. liic e tockcrel 1 and 3 'W. Carter, 2 .P. Senior; pullet, 1 3 ,nd 1 tt Garter, 3 r Senior Bull Cock, 1, 3 anl 4. hen 1st, Hen 1st and P. King Black Red 1st, Pullet 1st Kerr a McGuiness Pyle Bros. Pit and 2m Graham 3rd J Bonnell Hen 2nd. Sam Jones; 3rd, R. B. Hunter. Sam. Jones; 2nd, R, B. Hunter: 3rd, Sam Jones Cochin Buff Bantam Graham Bros; 2nd, Kerr McGui- ness: 3rd, H. B. Kennedy. J. Shackleton: 2nd, Johnson Bros Ird, J. A. Massey. Kerr McQuiness; 2nd. J. B. Ririe 3rd, J. Shackleton. Shackleton; 2nd, Kerr McGuiness 3rd. J. B. Hirie Cochin Partridge cock W. Edmonds! W. Edmonds 2nd R. B. Hunter. Cockerel, 1st, Pul- let 1st, Kerr McGniness Black Cochin Graham Bros.; 2nd, Westbrook Bros 3rd, W. Edmonds; 4th, Westbrook 23 and 4 pullets K cocl erel 1 B Hunter and pullet 4 erel rtndic 1 and 3 F 1 Hall i A E cock 1 2 ami 3 r T 1, 2 and 1 F 1 Hall Hocks, .A 0 P -Cock Hall pullet, lun 1 2 W R and 3. cockerel 1, pullet 1, 2 and Jwfandotte Golden k-1 1st N.A McKellar. 2nd W R A Graham 2nd N Kellar, 2nd and Srd W R ana 2nd, W R ird N A McKellar Wjandotte Silver 1st G. Stevenson, 2nd N. A. JlcKel lar 3rd, J S Drury 4th H Tilden J Diury, 2nd A. M Doug and 2nd. J. Graham; 3rd. J.-Bonnell. J. Grahani; 2nd, J. Bonnell: 3rd. J. F. McLean. 1st, J. Graham; 2nd, J. Bonnell; 3rd, J. F. McLean. 1st, Hen 1st and 2nd Polands "N lute Crested, H B Kenned} 2nd A. M Beittle H B Kenneos 2nd. A, M: Beattio. A. M. Beattie. Poland, 1st. Hen 1st, Johnson Bros Poland, C and 2nd Johnson Bro 3rd H B Kennedy H B Kennedy 2nd and Johnson BroS; Graham Bros.; 2nd, IE. Hagell; 3rd, Westbrook Bros.; 4th W. EHmonds. West- biook Bros "nd E Ha-ell 3rd Gra Bros. 1st, 2nd Graham Bros. Westbrook .3rd West- Bros 3rd Sam Tones Poland, H. B. Bennedy Johnson Bros 2nd. H. B.'Kennedy Dark J C Coe H.'Tilden; 4Ui Jas. Benton. Wyandotte, John- son Bros. Joluison Bros. 2nd, Sam Jones; 3rd, P. J. Timms and 2nd, i Saui Jones Wyandoite, P. King. N. Needs Partridge Geo. Frache Columbian J.'Morrison 2nd, Art. Serviss; 3rd, F..Robinson. Art Serviss YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES J f and Son Buff 1st, Cockerel 1st, Pullet Bros. Partridge 1st, Johnson .Btos.; 2nd, .Kerr and Me- G.uiness, Johnson Bros 2nd, Kerr and -McGuiness White 1st, Hen 1st, Johnson Bros. Black West- Ross. 3rd, .Westbrook Bros. Cockerel 'and 2nd and 3rd, Westbrpok Bros, F. Pelletier; 2nd E J Dewei 3rd A V Gibbons ham Bros brook Broe White Cochin 2nd and 3rd; Westlirook Bros. 1st 2nd and 3rd: Cockerel 1st and 2nd: Pjillet 1st, 2nd and 2nd. Westbrook Bros.: 3rd, Hunter. 2nd and 3rd Westbrook Bros J, B. Ririe. and 2nd, J. A. Massey. .Polish M. S. Williamson; 2nd and 3rd, Sam Jones M. S. Williamson; J. F. McLean; 3rd, Sam Jones. J. F. McLean; 2nd and 3rd, Sam Jones 1st and 2nd, S. Farmers' and T Senior 3rd A Gralnm 2nd B Ehlert Cockerel and Graham 3rd and 4th f Bhlert Pigeone Fantails, 2nd, and 3rd, Faiitails A. O F IHjell Tumlblers, C. Masson Bros; 2nd Kingston Tumblers and 2nd E. Lowther. st, Kingston. Kingston. The Exhibitors Pollov ing is a list of the exhibit ors James H Machm Coal Cieek >amli, B C A fraser Pincher Ciesk J Eckerslei Coal Creek J Board man, Coal Creek; A. M. Douglass Edmonton: G. Stevenson, Camrose; Phillips Bros Pernie Geo Pope Brandon W R A Puckes, Coal Creek Kerr Me Gumess Bran don: Brown's. Fine Feather Farm, Vernon, B. C.; T. Doughty, Winnipeg; R. H. Cluke. Vernon, B.-C.; Fred Pel- letiei R J Kirns Pinther Creek- R. W. Morgan, Pincher Sta- tion; Rout. Jones, Pernie; W.. Wood- house. Fernie: J. II. Gillespie, Pinch- er Creek; A. E. Davey, Moose Jaw Mrs. Constantine, Carstairs; J. Mor- rison. Crossfield: Nels Linden, We- taskiwin; M. L. Williamson, Edmon- ton: R. T. Williamson, Edmonton; J, Drury, Stoughton, Snsk.; F. T. Hall, Moose Jaw: M. Northwood, Calgary; A. C. Russell, Calgary; ;T. J. Dewey, Calgary; Win. Gooderson, Moose Jaw; ,C. E. 'Moore; Granum: Wm. Haycrofti Strath'c'ona; Ed. Sillitoe, Edmonton: Art Serviss, Moose Jaw D. J. Timms, Calgary; Col. D. Brich- Tom Gibb, Moose Jaw: J. F. McLean, Brandon; J. C. Coe. Moose Jaw; Mrs. L. Aldrich, Carstairs J H M att, Lacomba A M. Beattie, Waldo, B. C. he incidentally picked .up milking Shorthorn cattle. He dii played enterprise in obtaining them, but they left a hole in the numbers herd of! from ordinary sebd or- from: seed- sown without careful cleaning, and grpdmg nuaht> of the representatives of m Outaiio and added to ta s possessions i that Is inany times over worth the money. This year he got interested m the boys' beef contest and pur- baby beef winner to take bilk bei Bi MR. WHITMtN 1674 Ksplunade Avenue, Montreal. "In 1912, I was iaken suddenly ill with Acute Stomach Trouble and dropped in the street. I was treated by several physicians for nearly two years. I was in constant misery from my stomach and my weight dropped down from 225 pounds to 160 pounds. Several of my friends advised me to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and I did so. That was eight months ago. Ixgati to improve, almost with tht first dose. No other medicine lever usedactedso pleasantly 2nd quickly as 'Fruit-a-tives', and by using it I recoveredfioui the distressing Stomach Trouble, and all pain and Constipation and misery were l-_.-_. completely recovered by the use of 'Fruit-a-tives' and now I weigh 203 pounds. I cannot praise 'Fruit-a-tivcs' H. WHITMAN. 50e. a box, 6 for trial size, 20c. At all dealers or sent postpaid Frult-a-tives Limited, wishes to keep 10 for breeding pur- poses to make his selection of. breed ing stock by' opening the gate and allowing 00 hogs to run out and keep- ing the 10 that remain. t LABOR PARTY WILL SPLIT London, Dec. position of the Labor uarty leaders ia regard modified co'uscripdon is-Still pioble-i matical, but government official-; said this afternoon they believed the .re- sponsible .Labor leaders will Premier Asciuith's word that -cttu scilption is necessary It is probable that the laborites will split on the question with radicals- like Ramsay McDonald and Philip heading the Labor opposi- tion. Most farmers in selling hogs in the fall save a number of. Hie best in the herd for breeding purposes., It is Just as logical and there is 'ust as much j One of the m farm room for improvement to select the featured by a gasoline best mduiduas In gralu to to select, ning msidc a 1 tree tractors is motor run the! best individuals in animals. Sell, ing or feeding 900 bushels of grain .....and brook Bros.; P. Ross; 2nd; attd Cockerel- 1st and 2nd, 3rd A V Gibbons 4th When a cold jetties in the bronchial E J Den ey, 2nd, F Pelle tubes, with that weakening, tickling tier Ird Fl J 4th F Pelle cough, immediate treitment is very important The breith seem1 shorter because of mucous obstructions, usu- ally fever is present your jarswith B RirhT every cough and youi chest may ache. I White This is no time for experimenting or Massey must get Scott's Emulsion let lat anrl at once lo drive out the cold which J McKenzie 2nd Graham0 Bros started (he trouble, mil it will check ird> w McKenzle 4th, J Thomp Ihe cougn by nding (he lieihng pro- Oon end 2nd W J Me cess of the enfeebled membranes. If you hive Iliy sympioms of bron rhyis, or even i stubborn cold B. Ha- Ha T A Cockerel 1st urn] Pui Kenj-ie "rd 1 II Einmerson Cock flillllps Brcs 2nd H T McKae 3rd, I II Eromerson, O'nham Bros T Gibb rcificmbei that Scott's Emulsion has 2nd, W J McKenzio jrd, I H Em merson 4ln T Gibb and 2nd been relieving this (rouble for forty yeip; It is free from hirnifttl drugs Kefuse siibslitutf-s A VffWvi Tnranlo O t K Magpies Hunter. 1st, Kingston; 2nd n. B. Kingston, 2nd and 3rd Lowther. Kingston. J. -Lawspn; 2ntt and Hagell and 2nd, Johnson Bros; Lowther. Show Kingston; 2nd Mnsson Bros Homers Kingston; 2nd, E. Lowtiier; 3rd R. Hall; 4th, E. Low- thcr, Homers A. O. Kingston; 2nd anil 3rd K. Hagell. Belgian 1st and 2nd, T. Shacklpton: 3rd, Geo. 'Frache. Belgian 1st and 2nd, T. Shackleton; 3rd, Geo. Frache Polish, G. Fraclic. Polish. 2nd and. 3rd, Ck Frache Hinmlaylan. Buck--1st. and 2nd, E. Hatell Hlmahiyinn, 2nd and 3rd, E Hasrel) ijabblt, A. O. M, 0 Fruche, 2nd and 3rd, G. Frache. P Srd 0 fl Dennis Cockerel dninei 1st H Wright. 2nd and 3rd 0 H 'Slid O'rratUc 3nl Slmckleton, U Itacoil Vulcan Elders' Christmas Deed Vulcan, Dec. When the school broke uj> for the Cnnstmas holidays on Thufstia} toe building was imad efl. at. about noon, by various ladies. a delegation lieaGed by the chairman of the trustees. Mr. George Robson. They took complete possession of the scnool aiid at once commenced opera- tions, much to the surprise of the teachers who the may were ea tircly in the dark as to, what was going ip happen.1 In answer to their (iuestioning: they .were 'given the 'wait and that classic. of th? Imperial parliiment But thej were nnt long keot in doubt foi the u lega tion began to set uy. tables, open bulging baskets, and behave in gen- eral as if they, were prepared to feed the hosts of Israel, for they were sprpading a feast for the children who sat down and enjoyed it to their heart s content Following the ban quet the t rewarded the givers pf the banquet by giving a little con- cert of drills and recitations and the principal, Mr. Howes, was. presented by the older scholars with a silk muffler as a token of the esteem and appreciation in which they held him. Before the children went to their homes each was pre- sented a bag of candies The affair was n moat delightful surprise for the children and teach erii, not the least feature about it being the kind.lv act of remembrance for' the little ones at Christmas time, JOBS FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS Calgary, Dec. a single wounded soldier, who has returned to Alberta and who is physically ia out of a job Either work has been provided for him or t} Job U waiting for hitii to take Irtish ho is readv Secretary Hoxv ard SUUcbbur) of the provincial hospitals commission mide this announcement to the Can- rlnl) oYpruthft with him Peinans they can out of the 1000 bushels raised eat it in Alherta, perhaps they can't, leaving tie 100 bushels in the bin for anyhow it was the winner, and seed, is no more logical than-un: the that makes its educative value all tho farmer who raises 100 hogs and moves over the Around ret enth patent d step Udder hat. additional supports which Ua practicillj7 the outline of a ra- ni id. A RAILWAY PRESIDENT'S VIEW By SIR THOMAS SHAUGHNESSY i Kcprtnltd from llontretl Beo J-.' prophet who-, In oldsa aays, was not honored In his own country, very often dwrred hii fate, for thoie people who avt to fere- tell soma wrltll to cgme, cr impend- ruin, are not .pleasant company. Ill Canada, uowewsr.-we ars locur- able optlmliU. and taere few of Ut unprepared to paint the future In colon ot the rainbow. There li, In- deed, a tendency to prophecy too much and do too little, waiting for the war to end and for the return of the tide walck U to once the ef men and capital to ear faroi, our mlnei, our farente, and oar Whereas In reality our future on our preteut, unlne we tare a eecate fotmdatlen the luperitructnre to which we put the labor and the capltal.muit be staule. Tne potential wealth of Canada llee in her tmmenie naturai reeourcei. but thue muit remain merely joteu tlal till tbey have been uereloped with the aid of human labor, which in turn muit be paid 1U wajee Some day whes her population U eufficlently and her people have put aelde niore aavlnn, Canada may borielf provide the capital to develop her own but for many years to come a large propor- tion- of capital must come from outside and be paid for