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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAHE EIGHT THE LETMBRIDGE DAXI-Y HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, TA oa tho ave I H H M A h? H IV WCUM the iwa' A- Jl A number ot the oa tho average farm the trouWe. anfi U kept fpr would see Ibe leglo to turn 1 JTci a hiMu, 1 Horser-itst lirlngs a good price en' for (he? London marker, rue Bins to the t'aiJ (or beef, I m j-'orstruesi to a tetter froni Major-General A. iV.t1 heavy draughts I'nnis'isi average aaJ t'-.o for Albert a KeMtr.R oM. Tin1 Hgin on .iu jAer-igo liikt lai-oa sold before llio they h.ive liro'J eUiTAbiV iuoro iiiOaey, us now fofl that the ma t-e antsy early .ir..i I tally will see BOO! horses within She at i. Tl.vv arc wonh J-5 at a vory L ttuit you ?oM the o' Oans- Kurope. it wculd couU lir well tried elmple measures, since we are HOW in the- niUUt of the greatest i-rssls the world has over eeen. every Ml of tood saved drwtea above will bring hallo- tor yellow, (ho leaves Crop off. turn movil- itjr aad dtsculor, and tho poda up aud drop the ceods. Hera such 01- treoiety hot weather seldoui nil throujli tlie suuusisr thn lit cool and the pot, vines continue grow- ing throughout Baasou. The that set on early Iu the seaiou contln- selection, bulletins dealing ut srten and bold tbe'r wlille with tha disease ol fotuo yartlcular; tho lenxtbening tiaes uut oa S yods. Tho rull over In inssd- i ou tbt KrouQd. they continue e-iOier. Write ft Hat ol tbose from which you cwi make your own crop, as or u bulleitri ing yods. Tho rull over In tnasa- oa a certain disease, at la oaU Out this out and yut away (or fur ther reference. V FtELD PEAS C- (From Wenlern Canada Weekly.) Tho field pex. as grown in Southern McKae therefore that a very lair martet could bo establishod for small Canadian in the meat tcarkei of Huropo, and thinks thai the Canadian Trade now in London sliculd te interested in the proposition. His letter to tbe Al- beria rancher above-jv.entioned set- forth the ot supyly- inc Europe with Canadian covr her r.-- b'o that ?ht? "I am ioM ttiat there i? a sar- jilus of email on liie which the holder ivould like to set rid of, I mean hordes cot for- agrieultural work. Half tbe hordes tJie army have froai iril] lie for! meat in the enemy peace lime? Bel virontr.en; and under nonunl CLir.'li- raiuMlly Uto on during pregnancy, ihe reserve being in proilurtian when the youug born. As wo f-spot'l a dairy H is only .-houlil be in extra rcimU flesli -TE ralvins tlmp. A v-in- .-hk'ra'.ion :s :hc P! ?tronir. tvcl! calves whkU cannot, bo expecK'd iroui he en found to pUv gresier returns the atuoitnt of grain fed af- 'ilinUer cdiriag. the.-e returns Wing in the form a more vigorous o.ilf and in- niiJK" [troxitiCiion. To have sistsnce on reauest. Address. Kieldifnim hard storms und blizzards [Laboratory of Hani Pathology, HJlnu-jblgh mountliu rauRes. so that liist finisheJ t-altltf iu H was liv ?imUar methods that P.E.U, (rrcderlctoD, "baili up her great beet (St. L'atbariacs, or (firandon, Denmark htr extracrdin- arily bacon trade. Austral- In vrtitiDg do not worry about the lior iif Siunthoru bull: lumiiUt no eiv.l of trcu wool tales.'exact address. Your letter will reach Yorkshire boars. Ham- the proper if it goes lo any Gov- purchased or bred at 'eminent Derartiueol. Hive as full uml expense, repre- anJ clear a description ot the trouule Mood olnainaWe and you can. and send -.vberc Several spcciuvens arc bet- I ter than one. They should bo typical e0i13l-SKnujy year liy In ihtr country art1 lire stock vji-'ork-s at ua- aud It U true Can-: has produced and pure Lral c-qiral lo the best ou this North American continent Hut it Is peas can. bo led all winter. The Alberta field pea is a small, hard, round pea; ft is not like ihe "eoiv." or ''whlppnorwiH' pt'3, grown quite evtcasively in tho soutU. TUls variety is a true pea, and very hardy, standing quite severe frosis without injury. Field peas in South- cm Aiborta are drilled in or sown broadcast and plowed under early in tlio spring. From 20 to 3i) pounds of of cur OJ xbe tuvab'e aud should be packed seed is used per acre, and they sprout ium. C.ermanv and i tbc coivs in proper condition of iruc that the cream ot this a' great of the ifnl reiufciioa to give; regiibrlr year by year finds its market deal of and ?urb a sufficient rest between lactation destroying ait" olii ho-e fa London J The cow that is milfoil cross the border m UnUed Statea. farmer? generally have to arrive in good condition. When addressed to (3) above, no post- age is required on tetters, or on pack- age; ot specimens not. exceeding 3- oz. in weight. Bulletins Bulletins give in condensed form all the important latorniation about eases and their control. It well stud- very mpUUy. 'flic crop receives no cultivation, but- is irrigated by ilouil- just like grain, until the vines cover (he aud then the farm- er is through them. If planted iu thn East or In a warm- witcr. la O to 90 days the rtmfc linlbhed and retdy lo id to n where they bdn[ highest paid, fewJsr U sure cl a market that will pa? him top price end no In the world has job; that peculiar blcailon of cool, tlr? open terj pud BUony B j, fQtbllof field to be raised and pasture! It Ite beiv, 10 cleiu nad green. In u hotter, damper ihoy would soon be ruiued by blight and nitldow. The liret harJ frost lu tlio fall Mils the and ripens tho jvodi. IJko all leguulnuug crops, they leave toil in tlno coa- dltSoa for ovea boUer tuna summer-ralloK. Tor hog teed, peas arc equal if uot superior to corn, making a irmcli sweeter pork. Three- and one half bushels of are equal to flvo bush- els ol corn for {e'eding, and yield from 30 to 60 'jufibels par acre. Hugs In alldlfa in (bo sum-1 mer, and then turned into the pea field, are soon ready for market. I'ea vino hay (cutting tho peas be- fore ripe) raakea on excellent fodder for milch cows, producing nearly as much milk us the summer grass. An aero ot peas will fatten norc j lambs than an acre of t-oru, with leis i than one-tenth ot Ike labor; the lambs, to be faltered are simply turned Into, the fields in the early winter, eating; tho cured vines as hay and tha peas] as grain. All the attendant has to doi is ttxscc- that they eat up tlie peas as' clean as tUey ami that they liave-' llttlo lo from direct Dr. AntTttf MucUrcn, A cf Waterdown, Ont, ft) Toioilo, where he had for K Victoria, 8.G. CANADA'! W1NTERRESORT MHO climate, ulth reasonivbla living and plenty of InTigorttlDt out- door a ni cment 1 nt e re stlcp Phlpbulldinff acUvlty. Kolt and automobtllnc throuchoub th9 winter. Aak Your Ticket Afloat Now. Publicity VICTORIA, B. C. or cUraato, a i of field peas would continue la provr and tlourisb as long as cool spring westher prevail-', led they give a clear understanding ot cd, but tho first warm days ot smn- raeat in Earotw, anil undoubtedly we-weefes cf a rest period. j .both. f-aslcm and Wes'era Cana-Ia. 3iave got to feed our enemies before-' The leedin? ot the cow during statement stands, m all us spring, and as they arc accustomed! period will depend upon her condition significances as applicable to the to eating there is no reason when dried off. It she is in good COQ- it should not be sent to them aud [diUon of flesh tlaen very little more beef reserved -for our people. [than a maintenance ratio a is neces- "In this market (he prices of beef'sary, but the feeder should watch ls at prices that Fhe does not lose her thrifty coo ditiun, H she has become ana whole country, liy war of proof we may instance a live ctock surrey maie ,by the Ontario Department ot" Agrl- i culture in the township of Caltdoo, [Feel county, In this district which is one of the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE of the ran down then a liberal ration should .pr0vjDCef farms rrc-re he allowed. The character ot the ra-' Of :he fa'eef' tion need not ciillev irom bred and 10 of the SR EDMUND WAUF.R. C.V.O.. U.D.. D.CL. K V. RJONEi sre conlroMed, nnd it rang IDS ?rom 1-6 to per poand, according to the cat. Horsemeat sell3 In the London market from Sd to per pound, EO you will v that horsemeat brinss good prices. [tlmt fed to the lailch cows. Pasture, was pure bred and 17 r "I am iMitiug you in order to supplemented by silage or soiling grade: of the rams. 13 v.-ere irare bred; octore you the idea tnat there i? jn summer and roots or silags and 132 were grade, oi the boars 3! cpportunity to work off for ;ood hav iu winter should be [were pure bred and Iwassrade Such' the small horses in ivestern for the jn gDOd condi-'a condition of affairs 13 almost ttn- that are nnmarkelabie, and further- tion in poorer condition should believable. If this Ii3 true of Old vjhn dpDmit their this Bank wore, that In view ol the meat grain up to sis what is the situation in ulur Wllll UHb Odlliu SIR JOHN V. C. BROWN. Sup't of Brtnchei CAPITAL PAID UP, i RESERVE SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS Security, convenience and courtesy are assured to all THE BANK Of CAPA Head Office Incorporated Montreal Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vice-President and Munaging Director, K. L. Pease. General Manager, C. K. N'eijl. Supervisor of Central Western Branches, Hobert Campbell. Special care given to Savings Accounts, Savings Bank Department at all Branches. A general Banking Buiiness Transacted. VV. A. PARKER, J. K. Atkinson, Managor B. McKAY, Manager LETHBRIDGE BRANCH BRANCH....... CARDSTON BRANCH......... age all orer the world the time per aay it and less progressive districts amjed when for economic reasons ir at all that this or In many dian Government Trade Commission WO pounds ot the above grain year ,3 a aiFgrace to Canaja_ It is wiili a view of getting orders Jdlie? J, all the product ot tie scmb sire. Thi If it is not convenient for you to visit the Bank person- ally, you'rnay open your account entirely by mail. Lethbndge Branch R. T. Brymner, Manager 'l Warner Branch J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch......J. .V. Steele, Manager Canada. It would appear .that he should be able to arrange to sell large- quantities of canned Canadian horse- and that tlie Canadian packers pound each o: srouaS rocS jrrocipls at the other Canadian yards' charcoal and common salt. Tfce salt'5how 2 heavy toll of similar Oiaracler is a necessity in the ration the There no" more serious raenscc to other ingredients act as a tonic.' COTS the future o: oar lire stock in-lustrv should can the same. Undoubtedly receiving tbe grain should be fed; than tbe use of the scrub sire whether your horse or the tQis tonic mixture separately, i it be bull, boar, rani or rooster. :tion or or before calving! There is nut a fanner in Canada regular ration should te replaced' but who if he will only ton- hran alone-which should be fed, that he is not onb" doing, tin calving tirao and for a fevr days i but foolish thiticr in using a sire. We risrhtly desp'se the To ensure the best recalls from shell or the above method of fitting the cow a defective gun. Siniilarlr a press tooh the subject up, could be obtaineii. Canada should notice regular ration should t lose any tinje in this matter, as have no doubt that the United States' would be quick to take advantage of the Eituation and gfct rid of tbe large, surplus of small horses which they liavc in that country. "You be interested to Jcnow that -wo kept some of tbe western horses we purchased In the winter of 291J and In the service here UD- til a few days ago, when they were sold by public auction in Ixindon, the quartermaster-general taking advan- tage of the, situation In order to get. rid of them before the treak in prices. flit in cipcriencc who knowin? Letter, indiffer- ses to provide himself with the ssed stock which ivIU ensure an in Jils herd is .1 very poor citizen indeed. It waa not in Jhat war was 3 great lask of with cows highly fed on in-l accomplished on the her lactation period she ?nou1d be wtl' loweii pleniy of exercise. Running with tbe milch cowa ia Euiomer and heins turned out in the barnyard an hour or two daily in winter will meet requirements in this regard. Tim j They were a fine bunch, calving. beat-producing jast prevloys to'far Enjoy every Canadian Pacific Coast the your favorita outdoor sports 'jf Canada, !t will require iim- and a to play IPP jpmp. Competition will be very tepn in our for commer- cial position. The continue] iiro of scnib RtrtE will make progress Impos- sible and 'U.Mt our tvery purpose, fie product of tvery farm constitutes a vital in our projratr.nie nf tra'lo !iojirnc'Rt. If it is uncertain _ and fnferior in Duality the his pomrnHnhy ami the whole country suffers. This story cannot he too forcibly toM. Tho future ot our bus- ia detiftndent upon the use of high class pure brer] sires. The best th? Lest bacon, the profitable production of butter, cheese and eggs can ha insurt-l in no other way. 4. f. f. f, f. .j tf .j ADVICE ON PLANT DISEASES OF CANADA Give Your Wife an Interest In the family's finan- cial progress by open- ing a Joint Account In the Union Bank of Canada, In her name and your own. You will find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when In town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. LETHBRIOGE BRANCH Arthur Ounbar, CA'RDSTON BRANCH F. V. Overs, Manager BAROMS BRANCH 9. D. Griffiths, Manager GWTENFEED THE FEED FOR MORE MILK Order Your Winter Supply Now. Writs Us for Prices. F. O. HYDE CO., Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S, UETHBSIDGE. Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely safe from loss, as far as you are concerned. All ihe time it is here, it is earning interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money. Don't carry unneeded sums on your person or hida them at home. Protect them against loss, theft and fire by openinj; a savings account. BANK Head Office; Montreal. OF UrtHBKtOGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLKFOilD BRANCH. CANADA. Established ICG4, K. J. DINN1NO, Mariner. V. EBERtY, Acting M, A. KILPATRICK, Actiorf A TRUSt COMPANY The average individual little Knows tlie many strvices per- formed Itj" Coinpanics, and liow great 13 ihclr inllucnco [or good in the tommuolty. Besides liandllng estates, they manage properly, collect rents, aElon-l lo payment of Taxes and Insurance Premiums. -v. and many other valuable services tho trust companies render, which cr'.er into every lifo of tndlvEduala, (he Trust C.'Dnijnny comes more nml more lo fill in the ccmminiUy to they nrc cntilled liy rirtue of their vardl form Ihe Eris'i Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STnEET 8. LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1S4J There's A Reason Why YOU should make YOUR WILL and appoint" us Executor, Write us about it. liie Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETHBBIDOE, ALBERTA LETHTRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDINd. J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public Administrator and Official for the Judlolsl Dittrloli of Lclhbrldgt, Micleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer, SlttUtr. Tho U. S. ot Agriculture that iho stnuttcd wheat grown in that in 1917 woulrt fiil a lint: of freight rar.1! reading from j New York to CleTclnnd In 1S11 In Canada, ihc loss from rust on grain amounled to while the Canafllan potato crop in 1'jlS waa almost cut in two by the ravage ol blight, and rol. Karh year about one nnartcr of Ontario applo croji Ii froTii apple scab and the loss in I ffrc plum rYop from hrown rot is at] kast 33 Tries'! are only a few common exam- ples of the disoascs which yearly take heavy toll of our crops evorywJwre. Jmlcorl U hss sadl thai ihe dollars ennually lost Irotn THE STANDARD OP CANADA HEAD oriMCE TORONTO TRUST FUNDS Our Savings Department gives you a guarantee of absolute security and interest at current rate, 3. C. SCOTT, Mmmr (i, f. HLt.TCIir.n. Kjnsa-r P. MJnuer A, CURRIF., AccounliiH. Ulti Sf. Noilh. New Dayton, Alu. Coathurif, Aha. P. LUND SON Wholesale and Retail in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT US REQARD1NO PRICES, PLAN9, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTINO YARO, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDQE, BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALOALE, CHIN AND BAHN. WELL. AT fHESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATER. IAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHSRIDGE ;