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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VUG DAH.Y HERAT n OF INTEREST TO THE [Results In Sleer Feeding ExpermineiU Karma Steer fetoini eijwrlmenli 'conduct- on tie Scott Eiptrlmtma] Stitiog a view to determines possi- bilities of this side lino on Ihe grata firnu of norlbwlerfl Canada, indi- cate this to hs a protHable line ot wgrk- (1) To increase the farm rsr- (3) lurnlih itlntw for hired help; U) supply fertilizer [or lie lano. and (4) to turn into proSt. products such as nmv screenings It'll now nested on many farms. Since lha equipment bs Iner pensive, the building used In Ins er- -perlmenti lor housing the a (traw shed anil a tutai. corral roofed at OTIC end. v Tha grain oils and barley .Ind wheat scretnii ot cat act wheat and prairie hay. A few oat shcaVej ven also ted when avail Tile irere. purchased each .'year Trod a local dealer tnd put in Ih (eed lot about December lal. and sold in the fbllovring Mey pr Jnne. The railQJl at Ihb commencement o the experiment consisted of about I we poundi ol Brain per hem per day and this vas increased until the animal mere rereivin; 12 jKnmdt each per day Sirrw and led durinj the early part o Ihe winter and later Ihl3 was replaced hy prairie bay. The follo-sricE experiments were a comparison nl ihed a tbe plains some protection, lace the (ed In Its straw- jaed n the winter o[ 191S-17 mile zn aver- tain ol 104 pounds each durios; leedlns period while thaje leeJ- oj In the corral call' a tain ol SS poundi. The (o'.lowin; winter Ilia ams diSerence in ol the steers ed In lie itraw shed was noted. The only apparel the EDMONTON. Juua steers, In both years suMtaatial profits ready 1112. more sleer feeding. Tho coodnclel: First, tteers fed inside those led in tbe Second, !L comparison of hornless sLeerj with those aehnrurd before'paning in the fefid lot. and In addition records were feepl 10 the proDt of tie venture- reached averare profit par steer over tne cost at leed amounlsd to N'otes rdide on the eiperlments ...off- the Importance o[ selecting [or leedlns rood.' beefy type, thick, mossy.: ccaUd ElMK. That sleen should be dehornea while they are calves. shelter should bo provid- ed on the open plains lo protect tho 'leers from the winds. Thet good straw makes good rourh- aje during the early part ot the Ivtt- lag seaiou.' That Tell finished itaers usually bring tha most profit. Miss Cucnlnsham. of Wellington, who was hard ot hearing, was billed while walklnt on ihe railway track. province, east or ivest. Durlns the first two weeks o[ this month more lean had been loaned to settlers, white the total loans since the establishment ihe hoard In Canute now have rea cil Ihe huge sum o! fourteen and hall million dollars.' MARKETING OF POULTRY PRODUCTS A iecond attempt was made to set on firt" the Union. Tabernacle, Van- couver. .B. C. SUCCESS aud Inde- jiot depend on what you earn but oa what you wive. The Standard Bank of Can- ada can very materially assist you to win success ana secure iudependence. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA J. C. SCOTT 13TH STREET NORTH G. E. BLETCHER 4TH AVCNUK 9OUTH P. BILLINGTON Ho New DAYTOM Ako rrar.ihn BKANCH49 L. G.THOMAS M COATMOfliT. ALTA. lullou to be presented to riemler Oll- Ter- who is minister ol utllllles, lA Ulm to at ouce Investigate Ihe pu'.tl35 lu or an electric lijht anil r plant Bs well as Irritation m [or the 't'allev, utinilns Iho h. p. available nt the lllTer ou, which Is present golnj lo vratie. '1'te scliemo Is to be undertak- DROP-OOPYRIQHT BILL O'lTAWA, Juuo The ipeclil rommltttff ol eeuMe on th'e pro- POCM copyright lot has tiutiniitted Iti report to The bill will bt droppnj by.ihe- the Wei, at lulroduclos U ngaln nnl ciilou. la (Le uearjlliue be ealtred Into with Unltod en under tho vote ot JJ.foO.OCK) 'which'! BtatM ind'i mulually Save To Educate Educate To Save Bare jour tnowr in thai jmr chil- rfrm Tnajhive the best education yvo. caa afford. Bfcale them joiirlzlf to IhriFly and to ac- qnire Ibe faring habi.L In both OK'S a l Trill bdp jouTCTf greaUy. BJJ UNION BANK OF CANADA TOE HOKEEtt BAMt'OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, HAN. LETHHOOCE BRAHCH. CARD5TOH BRANCH, f: V, 5AKOX5 BRAKCH. S. D. CRIITITHS. AND LETERS Q This Bank offersjpecaliar in handling f ensign Exchange'j issuing of Credit. With BrancliES in Caniidi and in foreign countries, and corrts- standing in all parts of world, we ire able to place many ad- vantages at your disposal. i THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE (Experimental Farms Marketing has much (o do with Ih success or (allure of any poultry pliul. No mailer how successfully the plant may be run. il Ibe marketing end ol lie business is not properly looked ad ter the whole enterprise will sooner or laier end in fallure- Kvc-ry producer should set Hie best price possible (or his products, and to do this it Is necessary lo pay partic- ular attention to their quality, and the season at which the proJucts are sold, sgs should ie .gathered resulurly All small arid dirty eggs should be retained lor home use or sold separata from the rest. Tha should be neatly packed- it lor private trade, they are made moro altracllTe it put into neat car- tons. The sooner the are in the hands ol the consumer fte greater the satu- laciion and consequently the better the price received. The pullets stumld be early so Uiat production will be heavy. If at any time during the season tho eggs be- come so plentiful as to cause n glut in the market forcing down the price to the cost o( production, it is often ad- visable to use a good preservative a'nd -put awaj th'e period o( scarcity which inv'ariably-follow- TsbTe Poultry Immediately following "the spring lay" the Roc'i should'ne 'gone over and all useless cock birds and those hens that show liey Intend.to rest the ahbnld he jut into .crates and (ed hearny lor a week or Un days and .'.-then sent to either live', or "dressed according to market: require- ments. This culling should not all he done al one lime but gradually as oc- casion requires, but it stibuld be tho aim to get the culling over with as as possible before the time for mumei- ing broilers, as the prices for [owl always drop, after that; i Broiler's It-will pay to market many or Uis early cockerels as broilers depending on those later hatched for roadsters as the season advances.' All cockerels I ol the light weight varieties should bo marketed When they are j eight to ten weeks old either crate or pen [eed them for a week or two so as to finish well belore marketing. ship It 25. II was decided (o at once communicate irith Hon. Dr. provlncial ol works, aaklnff him to fix da to on which be will visit Cresiou ID order ihaL the club mav show him over the roads in order to convince the need ot Immediate aUcnLlon to boih and new made tor to prorlde wort: (or the returned soldier. Saturday was the tolteit dij ol the ysar 30 (RF. the mtrcury going up to 59 In the shade. For a time a wind equally warm was Mowing, the further tfiaTfttln conditions. Tbe de- miad for croam so heavy that both refrcfhrjent parlors ran gut ol it. ID the ore Dim, ft fifteeu (Alton supply being lolallr Inadequate. Col. Ij'ster. commaDder el the JOSnd BiUalton. nnd two utletans arrived yf.-ttnaay to take charie o( the sol- dier land clearing uudertaltlDK la Ihs Canroa sectton. acrrei have betii acgulrcd. land clearlaj Ic eipecL- day. Col .LfBter and bis as have been (urnhlied rest- in town pending the arrlTal of their household effecla, end will reside In CreiloiL Meaars. Betttie, McPhce and viho are Interested la the light plant at Cranbroolc, tad who con t em plated bringing an unused unit ol Ibelr plant here and, establishing a stoam electric and power teoi. EptDt couple of dari 111 latter part of last week looking the situation- over. After Chny decided 1C would be better Lo utilize one ot Ihe available water tow- ers rather than etcn lemvorarlly In- stall a steam plant, bat. as tbla would require about MfyOOO ol capital, anil tnle Amount was not in. sight locally for Ibe preient the proposed electric light will havo lo foraoltea, so tar InLercaLlDg Graubrook capi- tal. P. O. Inspector ClarV of Vancouver wis here on bis official visit this weth. and reports an Increase of or IT 25 per cent ID the Luraover (it Ihe neaa' coincident with fmJt nblp- Collier clerk hu bean of the Bank of mnierce. The 0. P- H. hai alio put meeacnger to bandit thd lelt- yh delivery bualneis. of copyright oelwjtn taf "upon. Word VM t> tit cltr thU ffiaratm that K. 1 He- Ndbb, promlutnt mtnBABI tt nluc la tha HoAsnil, A. K. YVtrm. IMtnt of C- N. tbe line Hat Md HMUIA will built at ont4, WAGSTAFFjaTS Real Seville Orange Marmalade Creston Is in the grip ol its seme- time Juno dry, hot spell and as usual the early season prospect C-! the hesl- ever slrawberry cmn has suttered at least 25 per cent shriek. On the light sandy soils and the clay lands where cultivation has been the torrid weather of the week-end has already put crop conditions where It would be rash to hope for a better showing than In 191S. lu the VVynndRl section, which is the big berry poinii Lowever, much laud was put under rrigallon last (aU and this spring, eud In that district the crop is coming along fine. are moving n lively fashion 'and this fruit will easily show R 59 cent gain-over year, in Ihe dry spell it Growers._Union officials. slate :hat up 1111 many_berries iQd been shipped as were handled during the whole o[ June a year ago. 'Four. of. theMi schools In Ihe Val- ley have on Ui'e lihiLrance at-VHhls pbint thla week. each bav'e one, Wynhdel three and Crestou nine. On the AdvmejyHilh -School papers wfiflnV, all" from" the olcal superior school. Vice-principal Smith Is" inspector here (rom Vic? loria on-Monday to reading examination'. listrf.year.v there nlneteeC'-'candldares for' Entrance'..? Want irrigation The'tCrestcn bratch of the O. :W. V- A. at Ihe'uiorillSy. meeting on Sif- night a "strong resb- Crcstan oltlce as compared with tho previous year. Tbft sale of W. S. S. hne been about (100 a month since Lhe first of Ibe year. F'or the months of April nnd -ilay Ihe lioal scholars look up worth. J. H. D. Benson, manager ot the Nelson branch of Lhe Imperial Dank, was here yesterday looking Creston over. There IB a possibility they will open a b ranch In town shortly. Your Will-Is It Made? Your duly to your dependents is to leave your affairs in the hands of a competent and reliable Exec- utor. This Company is both. {tie Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETK9R1DSE, ALBERTA LETHERIDQE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDINO. J. W. INSPECTOR. Public Administrator and Official Aialanie for the Judicial DlltrltH ol MacleoA Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red attlller. To cope with the Increasing busi- natural buuty to its fulU In uae over 70 years, Tie Joy Of A Perfect Skin the joy and happiness lhat corjts o one thru possessing akin of purity and beiuiy. The wit, dii- tinguished The Benefit of Experience selecting a Trust Company lo act aa Trustee for your business affairs cliooso one with Us oIMco In your own locality and courenienl lo you. AVo renJer special services by employing Ihe beel legal and obtaining sound informalioa about investments. Our fees are Ilxed the Court system is info and inexpensive. The British Canadi an Tro.it Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR. ASBIQNEI, ETC. OF'FICETillS FIFTH SThEET 6. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1M1 LETHBRBGE BRANCH WARMER BRANCH MILK RIVF.R BRANCH 'R.T. BRYMNEK, Maniger J.H.3. GORDON, Mantger J.V. STEEL, Manager The Young Man's Best Recommendation A SaTings Account is more than a start towards fmancie) is a mark of character. One of the etringeit recommendations. in the world of business that a young man can present, is a Merchants Bank Pass-Book, a record of consietent savings. A Savinaa Account may be opened with which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to save. MERCHANTS BANK Hud Montreal. OF -CANADA Established I B84. LF.THBRIDGE BRANCH, J R: J. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, V, A. EBF-RLY, Manager. NOBLEFORD and BARONS BRANCHES, M. A.KILPATRICK, Mgr. Roasters In Ihe general purpose h'reeds sucn s Plymouth Ilocka and Wyandoltej. .he main crop of cockerels should be held (or roasters. .These sLoulJ be crate (ed [or from ten days to two weels or even four weeln, according to requirements.- The most econom- ical gains nre made the flrst ten days to two weeks but lo get the- teat finlsi ii will reuire tbrea or ercn [pur weeki in the crates. Aim to produce Iha highest quality product. To market It in con- dition. To ask and to receiyo the high- est market prlca. Write the Poultry DirlBlon, Experi- mental Farm, Ottawa, for circular on the Preservation o[ and Hulletin on the Marketing ol Poultry Products. The Royal Bank of Canada Head Montreal Carltal Authsriitd........................ Cipltal Paid Up Hswrve Fundi Tcitl over _ Holt. VIci-PreitdEnt and Manaiini Director, E. I'eass aeneral Kelll. SucerTlsor ol ..Central Hootn Campbsll. Iraniier.'eJ by lelejrjpli or mill er.O Drafts on ill ,'trttli of the rorld In any. Currency. Colleellniis niaile In oil phlts of Canada, ihe Wtjt Ipaita, tinorable Pates. v SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES But Heavy. Shipments Have A ready Keen Talk Irrigation CRESTON VALLEY AUT01STS ORGANIZE O-jr Own L'oneSDOjuTcnn OHBSTO.V, H. 0., Juno Wll-ritlonrlcJ and rntlvuslastir rnr-fct- hi? n< owners on Friday iiiglil Crc-ston wllli a.tha'riftr mcinlier-. ,b[ a possible of thlrij-flvj! err In Hie dUirlct, r-l cliosc-nr-BOri: PrsJldontj C'-'O. I t'lf.Tt; 'Vifepmntclit.-n. S. H-jvjin; Ktr.rotary-ircxiiirtr. Ii. I-'.-nilree: raecutlvc. fl. J. .F. f-.'j.x1 H. d. Kciifrinitn, H'io. Johnson mil II. Crnwtnrd. Thn cluh will !n rrcnlai1 !iu' tlral In ca'.Ii luuiitli. 'J'hc uiiMiilicr ARTS Pirt Ihe Artl courie mtybe CTrrtrrf MF.DICINK EDUCATION APPLIED 5SC1BNCB ClicAicil, Ciril, Mtcb.nicsl ind Bliclrml IIWNIJ mm urutm mm. Aujail loAp GEO. r, IT CONVEYS A DEEPER.MEANING NOW IN PEACE TIMES It's a sanctuary ol Uanquil.tr. H it's youre, all.your OIVD, It's bound to to a Iiaven of Eholter and eecurHy to the wife and the family, no metier what may bemiL -War-Mmcfi, fhnuld they erer come agalo, caQ' not dlaturb Ihe husband or father with the .doubti ol R roof oyer heads ot the should 'he ba called to tba front or Uift "grent yond.1' Duild your own homo.end there will he no landlord to boost Ibe rent or Impose reslrlclfonB.x You're lord of your own domain, P. LUND SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN .LATH, SHI MOLE 6, MOULDINGS AND LUMBER, BUILDERS' PLIES OF ALL KINDS. Tread Olllce and Turd, Corner !rd ATO. and 17lh Street, KC. branch Yards at Maclcori, Conldale, Clilti anil Itirnr.-cll. At theio points vo handld Fencing Material, HardwarQ k F'arm Implement! CONSULT- US HEQARDINQ PHICK8, PLANS, ETC, Box 189, or Phone 516, Lrthbridje ;