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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLDING THE GER 411 a if Oifthe British Western Front in cuts to the 2 Peronne Howitzers in action at the corner of a wood in 4 On the British Western in position to check the bigGerman 5 The German artillery resting by the 6 Tank moving put to assist in holding the German 7 A German scout aeroplane brought down over our 8 The German by the roadside ready to go out for reports of the enemys 9 Hogs 10 Nursing oneof the little t rt V 5 ARE YOU RAISING PIGS If WHY NOT THERES MONEY IN THEM TODAY f fvi IU The lowly Pig has come into hUjmillion of Kuropo and IB turned to The Juicy pork the Inrfiount in the raising of Thfl 1 sausage and the succulent of foodw that mako for gooii hambone are high priced luxuries pork grow thpre In even on todays The tlrm on thi cheap and hogs can be the average family laid In a I raised ilinro at less expense than ati part of the winters sup paying from fi cents to 6ij TJie principal hog foods of pound for the has Canada are barley and lone gone To3ay liogs are fetch Ing 9 cents and per pound on hoof and supply is wholly in adequate to the This acgated areas ot counts tor current prices of 48 cents Oats and barley the king of hog fod is grown successfully out the especially In the irri Southern yield heavy crops pound for chops 50 cents for and make pork and bacon of the fin I choice sausage sort that commands the Farmer not blind to this higbest For growing hogs opportunity to imrease his I there is no food superior to Western Everywhere ho is giving more alienCanadian oats which weigh up to 52 tlon to the breedinj of This is pounds per bushel and contain a large particularly true in Canadas West1 amount of meat and comparatively oru where favorable j small amount of For climatic conditions reduce disease I barley is used chiefly and apart from to the The ferj the Canadian barley is equal in tlllty of the prairies virgin soli food to com and produces a recordbreaking yields of that Canadian fanu ire have been shlpiiing to the superior quality of The Canadian Pacific Kail way for the farm er to get his hogs to market In iiuickesl and licsl helps him ther by maintaining demonstration farms where crop breed Ing and food tests are carried on foi pf tlifi No class of stock brings money into the farmers pocket quickly than do Thair prolificacy and the short time In which they grow to marketablesizo ensure R maxi mum production of In the short The raising of hogs has meant big money for Canadian farmers tliR pust In the Province of Alberta the live wiock estimate of Ihe Department of Agriculture for 1917 give llie number of hogs al with a valuation of It Is confidently predicted tho record will go far beyond these fig Tho market price for hogs in the Calgary market for the week of February IISJ averaged per 1 i W ;