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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH.13, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY liRRALU PAGE MANY SHORTHORNS SOLD AT REGINA; GOVERNMENTS BUY (Experimental ('arms Note.) So tar, alfalfa Is genorally growu The dinicylty to secure a jcotxl stand experienced fu the past U lu aufte an extent resixmslblo (or this practice, as !t hasr'liotfome a sort ot ttaminorfxHo rulu to "give altaifa every possible chance to establish It- felf." Oil this account 11 is generally deemed unwiso to sow 'any grass with the alfalfa because it is considered that, in doing it, there may lie a cer- tain danger of the alfalfa not getting tho beat opportunity to gain' a firm foothold. This view Is undoubtedly correct in tliis' majority of cases, espe- cially where, oh account ot climatic end soil conditions, the starling ot ultalfa may rueet with some difficul- ties, f. On the other hand, experience has Known that, in sections where alfalfa can be grown easily, some admixture ui certain grasses may give excellent results. In Western Canada mixtures ot alfalfa anil Western Rye grass yield excellent crops sni.ttures arc- providing balanced that tho that the alfalfa and the Western Uye are give" equal clisncos to establish themselves In EasU-ii Canada several grasses iiavc been (ried In mixture with alf- alfa, -and the results so far obtained certainly seem to Indicate that such mixtures may profitably-, lie Brown providing that tht right varletiles o trasses are clioscn. when choosing the grasses to be RHCINA, Sasi., Maivb. tho grand champion shorthorn mil owned by Joseph Hagerty, Stony ieach, Sask., was sold this morning or J750 to John A. Noxon. Hedpath, Sask. This was the highest price ob- ained during Uie morning at the auc- loa Bale the Saskatchewan Cattle ilreedors' Association. llagerly Bold three yourit' hulls calved iu 1918, Hero II." for and "Vlc: or Hero" was sold for t shorthorn bull calved November, owned by John. T. Clark, Bender, told for to Krauk Carry, Kisbey. Hoyal Canadian, a one-year- old bull, calved February 22. 1913, owned by R. A. Wright, Drinkwaler. was sold to R. 0. Kramer, Midale, for Roan Kosebud, calved on Decent ber 5, IMS. owned by John nrandl Edenwold. sold for to Peter Kroni bach, Edenwold; Imp Clipper, calved January. 1919. owned by R. J. Drooiu field, I'ense. Sask., was sold for to W. T. Turton, Wawata. Man. Among the biggest buyers at this, morning's sale were agents for tlio I Dominion and provincial livestock de-J parhnents, and also for the ludlaii de-j partment. There are more than 300 jffad of ghorlnorn cattlo to bo sold and sale was continued without ad- journment for lunch and will probably contiuK'i until S-o'clock tonight. whole can be 100% Seal Coffee it i wait and delicioua. SEALBRAND COFFEE is the moae pttfttt laid CoflW obuiniblf. Bltndrd ind routed with infinite xtSI, its rirh arDRtl and choice into the At good grtxen, evejTwfcew. In t 3-lb. tini. Send for Perfectly Kl.dt." CHASE MONTREAL.' used in mlxluro with alfalfa, It should bo kept In mind, In the first place, that such grasses as are apt to tiiokcj out tho alfalfa on account of tbelr hcllnatlon to spread out must bo avoided, and, 'secondly, that only aro 'early are of any particular value. Timothy, for in- lance. reaches 'full develop uenl comparatively slowly, is rather unsatisfactory in mixture wltU alfalfa. When the laijer is ready to cut for ay, the timothy is hardly more than .alf-ready.-tho consequence of course being that the full benefit of it Is not being realized. To defer Iho cutting of Ihe mixture until the timothy Is at ts best, can at course .not bo recoui mended, for, by doing st, n- poorer quality of hay will bo secured as far as the alfalla Is concerned. It wll' also check the prompt developraen of Ihe second crop. The grasses which go best with alfalfa aro those which aro ready to bo cut at the same time as the all iilfa. There Ere three grasses of this type that deserve to lie mentioned viz.: Tall Oat Grass, Orchard Gras and The tall Oat grass is comparatively susceptible to did winters and iliould therefore not .be used in districts where the winters are severe. "Where It can be grown without losses on uc- count of winter-killing, however, it goes excellently with alfalfa.- The orchard grass is especially welll adapted to well drained soil, and on such land, it may to great advantage j be used in mixture with alfalfa. Its! nutritive qualities are excellent and. besides, it has the reputation of being one of the best weed checking grasses known. ;TLfe meadow fescue which is uni- recognized as one of .the most c, r.., i valuable grasses, especially for dairy jUoard'of Trade Says Situation 1SJ has' the 'advantage'over both i 1'orcharil and tall oat grass in that it j is hardier.' It may therefore be used j I with alfalfa iii districts wliere the j former, grasses may sutler from lacki of winter hardiness. It also comes Thers was sympathetic strike in Coleman as The but. "got birthday party, ia honor of Olariys on Wednesday eve- MANY OTttER HUSBANDS The invited gui'sts numbered Tlio young folks had a swell Tnc fun ivLts fast and lots of il. A splendid luncheon was' served at 11 p.m. everything was iboiiffbt of lp make tbo evening happy anil arable. POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS I.O.NDON. March Imperial College of Scieni-e and Technology has arranged to provide for six post- graduate scholarships for advanced work and research during the coming year in American universities, says the Loudoa Times today. Tue news- paper adds, it will be-inarfe the reception at the Imperial college of u corresponding number of univer- sity students from the United Stales. i, it is hoped arrange irfe 101- an ir.ier-chang tuenls ge by your husband very confidential with very! Anyway, he tells mo everything thai he I've found out about Passing Show, Put a soft cloth in a pail ot luke-1 wipe the surfaces you have cleaned in warm water, wring and put a few j order to remove all liiy moisture. This drops of any good furniture oil or pol-i cleaning not only removes ish upon the cloth. Then wash the the dirt and restores the polish, but ill Hack! Hack! Yes, you feel miserable all right fcnd you're making every- one near you feel milciable too. What you need il bottle of j yrup Tar with CoJ Liver Oil Coinpomid furniture with it, rubbing always with the grain of the wood jiiul never in a Then with ;i dry, clean cloth takes away the lilue film which f by daiupjiess upon furnllurp and eventually ruins the It will slop the prevent from becoming chronic and developing into something more icuous, and stop your "Cough1, no in a tier how bad, in thoiiordtr. It breathing, soothes the pain, artd almost instantly stops the annoying tickling Ihul leads to spasm i ol uncontrollable coughing to embarramng. None genuine except in a Red bearing the trademark Na-Dru-Co. )5R NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED. on after cutting, c'cutributes 1 more to the .hulk ot tlio second iiny crop. provides' more pasture, in case the field should he used for that pur- pose, and better, results on laud which Is somewhat Wet on ac- count of imperfect drainage. On the i whole, tho meadow fescue may he Have to Use Grain For Feed i CALQARY, }larch Spirit univei-Fally recommended in mixture "sed as feed.. River. Alberta. _board ot trada wires the Calgary board that tho Edmonton, Dunvegan Uritish Columbia is not moving grain as it promised and com- plains that the elevators are crammed to the roof and will buy 'no uioro anil' that if transportation facilities art; j not provided, grain iviII ITavti-to IIR( with alfalfa. 0. Malte. Dominion Agrostologist. It Is further alleged thai this grain j represents the first cron of many set- j I tiers In the north and that if they do 1 not get cash for it, they suffer I Ec-riously. The local hoard will press GOING TO'PARIS' [for a. compertnt esaininalion hy a Do- LONDON, March ahout '10 j minion railway commission official, days the delegates Vho have represent- Recently an investigation ,was made ed Belgium In tho Dutch-Belgian by a government official, hut. it is Halions concerning the revision of the stated Hie local and Spirit Itiver treaty of 1839 will go to Paris to ex-i boards that his report was wide o! plain to the commission ot fourteen (he facts and has resulted in no im-' the result of the negotiations and lay i nroremcnt. _ before'it. the .text of the SHORE, LINCOLN'S. DIES Dutch delegates will do likewise later i and there Is reason to helicX-q Dutch-Belgian agreement, which is to tAke.the place ot-the treaty. wIU be aigneil five or six. weefcs. saisJs tHo admlhTStratlon of the Scheldt River, says the dispatch, solu- tions have been'arrived at which will permit of the development ot the Scheldt and essential conditions re- lating to the maintenance of the river have been agreed on. o Judge Was Also Intimate With Stephen Douglas. i and Growing up sturdy and strong on OXO CUBES Sturdy and strong that's how every mother wishes her chil- dren to grow up. Then give them a cup of every day. It can' be made simply and quickly with Oxo Cubes. A daily cup of Oxo works wonders in the matter of health. Sturdy children backward children get rosy cheeks, gtin weight, win back their appetites; An excellent diet both for deli- cate children and invalids is an Oxo Cube in a glass of, hot milk. Oxo renders the milk readily assimilable and vastly increases its nourishing value. CUBES The little, strength-builders 4 Cubes 10 Cubes Tins of JOc. 50 Cubes 25c. 300 Cubes Judge Simon Shope, 'lawyer, friend ol Abraham Lincoln, illeili recently at Lake View Hospital, Chi- cago, of myocarditis, suffered in an.; automobile accident sis weeks ago. the death of Judge Shope go he last remaining links of the time of Lincoln and Douglas in Chicago. Judge Shope years oUV and was for nine years on Supr-jmc Iciu-li, part of, the time serving as Chief Justice. Born an .Ohio farm In 1S34, Judge Shopo spent his -boyhood days n (arming. Later the family moved to Ottawa, 111., Tvhere the father kept hotel. There Simon look up the law, and there, loo, he met Lincoln ami Stt'pliun A, Douglas, the LiUlo Giant." That Lincoln never missed a bet [he Judge was ivont.to assert. He told a talc ot Lincoln's fondness for a joke. In a log cabin just outside of the town of Ottawa lived a