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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE i HERALD, FRIDAY, JtlLY-18. 1919 OF INTEREST live Onlv Crop in I, SOVUn i something more than rood. The coun- Will Be No Surplus Hay in the ,rv ci; ,hc, main HOC vt the c. P. R. iributbry to the railway between and BIMSBO anil also ncnh 10 the Goose Lake line belwei-u Kocfcy- fold Orumheller will have some ind almost (fa much 'moisture. While the iu the Peace River are ihe total area ia noi ot import- i-unipdrctl with Central or South- ITU AftcrtJ. Central Atbrrta is in uVwul tho same situation as it was at the time ot Ihe ast retort. The eastern side coa- (iaaes dry and all of the country Mlit. but wiisidering tbc ab- sence of geucrul the crops iu vans o! Central Alberta are up pretty well. They have oir.ili' soiue crowth smi-c last tejwrt an.l there is no new limiting lactor .....Kss of tho crop, but it will satisfactorily. There was not sumc-; (i) M fw jt ,are soing lo nnfee ient moistuu below to constitute a re- u 1Me for g0uthern stocVmeii servoir for Ihe sleadr supply of raois-i tuv Allrerla buy to feed their stuff. ture 10 crops for sabwqucni Sjowth Vhances tor" disposing of stock and there has uot been sufficient mm Tfco lwal martels since." j not absorb an3 re-distribute the live There' have beeu sliowsrs OTerj stock of the souih ant! the prices ob many parfe of the south siace (amnble by southern farmers for timo'for "a'sooil we haTe. i reasonable amount of rain. Six j we-ks of favorable weather would j mnke tliittss fdirly satisfactory in Central Alberta. The Lay crop is quite as w both native and'tame nay nnd there SERVICE.-This Bank, for the past 45 years, has done its share iu the development of the business of the Dr> minion. Our experience and equipment are at the service of every customer. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA J.' C. SCOTT. MANASM I5TK STREET NORTH G. E. BLETCHER MANAGCT ATM AVENUE SOUTH P. BILLINGTON MANWJif MCW DAYIOS AND STCRtlNS BRANCHES G- THOMAS MAUAGM v COATHUR5T.Al.TA. alfalfa' pasture, or rape. Alfalfa pas- ure is 'preferable as' au adjunct to god-down cora ou irrigaleJ lands Lecauso of its relative abundance, and reliability. Field peas are of high feeding value or hogging purposes in tho irrigated jelt, Gauis In Hvo per ncrc ot pea's Hi 17 different range from i'aO to ?49 pouuds, aver- aging near 600 pounds. These results re not uu fa vo rabl y wit U thos o obtained by. hogging corn wheu cost ot production is considered. Hut some districts whcro corn grows well QdJ do uot uroduco so abuuilaat- IT as in cooler localities less able to coru. Field peas ure particu- larly valuable for hogging olt wheu more common grain feeds are sivo and. the swine- grower Is seeking! a I WAGSTAFFE'S Real Seville Orange Marmalade care (n Sifar Pans.' 'effective to the furthering of the crop growth, as it needs to go at 'least four or live inches down. The 'crops that had reached some height 'and were standing still at (he-find ot "the ipontii have gone back, 'lirgh winds hare persisted through- put practically all of Southern AILer- the grain that is headed out -ia. bleached at the top of the head. is empty at the bottom- of. the head "and only has-a few grains in 'the 'middle. f There are not a great many locali- ties that will he able to even supply their own seed in "Ihe country trifau tarv to the Crow's railway and on the Aidersyde lice. Crops that grew fairJr well at points betweei Uethbrtdge and Medicine Hat and on the Suffield likewise 'riiain'line P. R. have been subject to redaction 'for the past three weeks, Manv people are holding Iheir crops Jn the hope that thev ma% get seed for nest rear .but they would be bet ter to ''at them for feed whe-e the1 have height, and trus to some btheriariangemeat- for seei next spring. are limited lo eaUties also where crops ,amelv, the Peace Hirer country con- j cooler anj inues to have bountEful raias and but for even an ordman gooa high The crop if mak- rains are aecessacj I J- MCljAiy. Chief Publicity Commissioner. good progress and it is generally heavy. In a fev: Icciilities there is t Tests Demonstrate that Irrigat- ed Crops. Produce Good Feed For Hogs 'Gum-shoe' bacon production doe hogs. H merely means that irrigation as practices by some farmers involves couservatire use of moisture for production of forage may be harvested directly in the field by ,the porkers. narWnt of s Agriculture, in Depart- ment liulletin 753, .rejiort that tbe swino iuilustry in ,the rubber-boot country has bccu subject to periods of expansion and depression. One cause is lack of knowledge as to the ol usin? certain Irrigated (arming for ham and fieifl crops, and as to the value of noi'presuppose lihese crops when measured in terms f pork production. If full advantage s taken of the wide range ot feeds available to swine growers on irri- ;ated lands, pork production can bs 'onducled more and with more assurance of success. Irrigation farmers interested in Ind sweet clove.' 11 valuable forage rop. farmers are com- ug to' appreciate- hogged-down corn anii ileW peas as a desirable combi- nation for' pork In that it saves produces satisfactory gains in the hogs, anil adds m'anure to the soil. Extensive tests of "hog- ingdoivn" reported In Ibo bulletin show gains .of from 1S3 to pounds an a< ary to 1.377 pp' corn .was supplemented with feed. It is estimated that iu' these tesls au average of about 450 pounds of corn was required to prooute pounds of gain Vhen no supplemen was used, as.compared with and aver- age of 409 pounds when Ihe corn was not iu combination with forage, late EDMONTON, July Pretty nearly uli ot Alberta is getting according to the weath- er reports. Hains that began in the Edmonton district in the early hours.of the morning have since extended to a largo area ot the province and nre< giving promise ol continuing throughout the day. A siibslanllal improvement In the grass and green feed crops ia looked for. EFFIGIENT EQUIPMENT Makes Haymaking a Pleasure Diiy "Frost aud WooU" Moxver lor highest efficiency. The "ChamploD" Hay Kahe for highest efficiency, A. SMEATON 1262 1st AvenVe 9outh Agent for Cockshutt Implements. Phone 659 ,1NTERNATIONAUTO INTERVENE '.WINDSOR. OnL, July in-! ternational street car uniou de- cided to Intervene'In Windsor in he- half of the striking street railway nien. A nian sent here im- rnediately to take charge of the situ- i atlon. He will meet the men Friday morning lo outline the. plans of the union. The dedsiou of the parent unlpu to step in is doe to the action of the Ontario railway war hoard can- celling tno certificates of the men. FUEL SHORTAGE THREATENS IN U.S. WASHINGTON, July coiisressional investigation of the coal situation, .government .officials and coal 'operators; told the house rules committee today that a fuel shortage was impending. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICB MONTREAL BARCELONA Plaza De Catatuna 6 ..S LONDON, Eng. NEW YORK Princes SI., E.G. 68 William St -Canltat Paid Up and Reserves T .Total Assets, over With our chain of 570 Urnnclies Iliroughout Caiiada, Kowfounil- laml, Hio West Indies, Central nnd South America, wd'olfcr a complelo bauhirtE service to exporters, importers, manufacturers wishing to extend their business In these countries. Trade Inquiries are solicited. Consult our local Manager or write direct to our FOK- E1GN MONTREAL, CANADA. BRANCHES LetUbridce....................-............... W. A. I'artcr, Manager Magratli, J. K. Atkinson, Manager Gardstdn...........'.................'........ W.'R. McKay, Manager Tiber ...L.................................... Q. Dichson, Manager Specialists of the United States De- por! SB.000.000 al Nov. 30ih, 1918, ore: Don't Let Your Children go through Ihe same struggle you' haw had. Sole, that may ample opportunity for a. good start in life. (The only sure way to save is to start a savings account. Open one today. UNION BANK OF CANADA THE P10NEIR BANK OF WESTERN CANADA HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. BRANCH, CARDSTOS BRANCH, BAROSS BRANCH, F, V. CAVERS, f.U-Tajer. S. D. GRIFFITHS, M Progress and Development RECONSTRUCTION-'ir.saiij..More than a returnlo pre-warcondstionSj in points to even greater progress and development. Firms or individuals who have plans for increasing the scope of their business operations should-seek the advice of their banker. Avail yourself; of Our facilities. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH R.T. BRYWXER, WARNER BRANCH -.....J. H.S.GORDON, Manater MILK RIVER BRANCH J. V. STEEL, Mansgei Fires BreakOut and thieves break in. Don't risk the first; or invite tne second, by_keeping monfey in the house. 'Put it in The Merchants Bank, where it will-be safe from always earn interest 1 at hightet current I'ates, THC MCRCHANTS BANK OF, CANADA EstablisUil )C04. BRANCH, ft. 1 DINNJN6, Manager. h7. tit.t 1-f -J _. f production have had to rely results olitainea in non-irrigated sec- UODS, and-applie-1 to localities where web footed crops grow. This -lack ol defui'e m'ormation was .especially in the (leld'.crops, which Jn other sections of the country sre postured by bogs or hogged Hence, since 1912 the department has, been irakmg observations in its ern irrigation projects on the utiliza- tion of irrigated field crops, as hog pasture. These investigations include pasture with' 149 lots, consisting of J.795 pastured on aUalfa, clover, corn, Eield peas and milo. Alfalfa Needs Supplementary Ration Pasturing alEalCa with hogs has tieen a. satistactory method of utilizing the forage, and. one' oE the cheapest ways to produce pork. How- ever, to obtain satisfactory results, the alfalfa pasture must he supple- mented with some carbonaceous feed, such as two per, cen i- ration ol corn, barley, mHo, oissnorts. Under such conditions one good acre of alfal- fa pasture will with reason- able surety, about pounds of iork a scapon. Exceptional gains, as as tmunda an acre, were re- ported in the case ,of one lot of logs pastured nn alfalfa, and given a three per cent supplementary ration of corn. Naturally the gains on alfal- fa, depend on the size and qualify of the crop, the character of the boss, the method of management, and the quantity and quality of the supple- nientary Iced. It'Js poor policy to try to mafce pork. on alfalfa, pasturage withpnt supplementary feed. Hogs on alfalfa pasture, supplement jed with about two per cent ration of j com, barley wheat shorts, or rallo, will consume from 250 to 350 pounds j of grain for each hundredweight of I gain. In general the fcrain f ment increases aLlhe hogs get larger. The feeding values of corn, barley, shorts and mlto as supplements to alfalfa pasturage are so nearly identi- cal-thai the choice among these side dishes should depend on prices, cul- tural ititapt ability, and general eco- nomic conditions, Where the grain [is to he grown by the swine raiser, j preference is -usually given to corn, I barley, and tht grain sorghums, de- I pending upon the a flu inability of these crops to local An acre 6f good altalta supplemented with a two per cent ration of grain vill support U.fifjQ pounds of hogs dur- iri" tlio cnttru Krowins Reason. The carrying capacity of allalfa pasturage increase? rapidly with greater grain and 'it varius Fomtwhal during tho growing season with the rate of crop growth, (According to of the United States Department of A tare, an acre ol good alfalfa pasture if R up pi omen ltd v.'jtb a two per ceni raiicn ot corn or will supporl six to eight and SO lit 70 auck ini; spring pijcs for about 60 ilaya in iitimTner, during whlr-li tTie pfg gain from 25 to pounds PLENTY OF WATER NUTRITIOUS GRASSES MILD CLIMATE ACRES GRAZING LAND! IN THE c j_i_ i bouth-hast rvoo Swett Clover Often Valuabfa fc-fc' tt'Jls hivo liccn conilii f-rcved hint llilH'CTOJ) can ntjl be re- o'f Ctlfalh. Ifowtvpr, Kl. -J which arc wet or j salty for allalfa the irrigation farmers PASTURE FOR AND SHEEP For Full Information Call on MALCOLM LEITCH ALEXANDRA HOTEL (During the Next Three Days, Uhtil Sunday Or Apply Direct by Phone or Letter to EAST IQOTEIAY lUMBERi GO. JAFFARYj B.C. .1 v ;