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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; MARCH 14, 191) THE LKTHBRJDdE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN SAFETY An accident policy comes to you in an envelope, so does Dunlo.p Traction Tread. Go out and buy an accident policy arid see if you get a set of tires for nothing. Then go and buy a set of Dunlop Traction Treads and you'll see that you get an accident policy for Our :Note at the. very, top line we call it Safety Policy-" Accident .Policy" loolca too much as if there go- iiw to be. an accident. Safety Policy D.T.T. not a follow-up a guarantee against. You need it and. no doubt have it. (I Most Envied Tire m YA Home more than four wills and a' roof. One thing is tht year ifter yew enjoyment of locks and hard- wire thtt ire beautiful in themselves and appropriate to the style of your house. A aether is the certain jiriracy you get from pro- viding the greatest security known. You get holh hy getting Yale Lockj and Any good hard- wire dealer can show you Yale Products. Yale Locks and Hardwire sold in Canada are now made in Canada. "A WwJ AW TJ. Canadian Yale Townc Ltd. GenrrjJ Office Wgrks: Si. Catharines, OnL [Prizes Will be in Calves, Six Pigs and Two Pens of Rules lion, DUUI-HLI .Martian. MluUler of Asrlculture. has arranged for four dairy Sjf; carrkd on Iu tbe provhivo btKiuuiitx ou April I. The eg i-oir.ijetttious '-'ill lie ucder the S. G. Carlyle. uho instructor in ihe manage me lit of dairy henls ur.ier the i Dominion government in provlu- clal department of AgricuHute. Three of there competitions WMI be Carried on In connettlon with ihe threo schools of agriculture, "with headqnarteis at VeimHiun. Olds and ClarcshoSui. Tlit-fu comi-etltlons lo grarte cows only, and prize, mouths. Sll prtee. four I four the prizes in connection will; them j will be ILvpfitofh. As ihere are ten prizes to in- given fu each competi- tion, there should be a largo number of entries, and a good deal of inter- est should be taken in it. Mr, -Mar- shall has decided ;o p-U liotltiotiG because of the S-JCOC-ES thai attended the competition hold uiifier the Dominion grant in aid of agricul- ture la connection with the demon- stration farm al Vermilion last yeaK As a. number of girls, iviio have been attending the schools of agriculture, have signified their desire to take part in the Is a Till prize, pen jltry, six Stli po-jluy. four birds. prize, purn Ijrt'l ;.ig over foui :uor.the. 10th prize, pur.- bred uudtr Tour months. A prize of a heifer calf will be slv en lo the girl fctaiuJtng hlghp.n in tbt provided does not in one of Ihe'firn four priies. Open to Pure-Bred Herds 1. The competition ?haH lit- to tiie owner of any imre-brud herd of dairy cows In the province of Al- berta, conducted nibManUally ac- cording- to the rules of "The Canad- ian Hecord of for I'uro Rred Dairy Cattle." Provided, how- ever that tiie test j.iriod need not ia this case be confine-1 to one period of lactation, but tnav extent! over in-j lo the following jierlcJ of lacialiou j within twelve constcntive moiitbs, I artrl alEO that the ru'ea governing the freshening of cows Le tioi considered tn. this 2, All con's in tiro htrd must be .._......... ______ entered, tut the final award shall he special award being offered to the made on tbe- average nn'ik and butter fat production, of the- highest yielding 50 per cent, of Use cows in path herd, provided or over are enter- ed in'the contest girl who slauds the highest in con- net-tloa with each competition. Mr. Carlyle -will be assisted in [his work by the itiBlnictors in animal husbandry, and. sorao of the other teachers in the schools of agriculture. ?E dairying is to be a success in Al- 3, In herds of l than ten co'ws the highest live cov.s shall be taken, j 4, A must coasiit of a iriial-j Iberia, ibere Is nothing FO important j mutn of five cows. I j lo (he dairyman as tbe securing ol j 5. The compeUiion shall com- i ftrsl-claEE cows, and Ihe only way he I me nee April l, 19H, ami -March icati find out whether his are 31, 1915. or not Is to sulijecL .them I to the test of the fcales ayd the Bab- [cock test, 1 The fourih competition will te ft U-ompctllion. C. The departmeui of Agriculture -arrange for the supervision ot the testfi of. the tows catered fa the competition open to pure bred herds throughout the entire province of Al- berta, and it Is expected that a num- jber of breeders will enter In this competition, and that they will show ifceen rivalry in' competing, tor tbe 4-orlzea with their different fcprds, 1ml 7. In case of dispute the depart- ment's ruling shall tie fiHal. 8. In calculating the relative stand of aliimals of different the rules governing the Canadian Record of be t'. All animals entered [or tbe ,it Is expected tliRt some filietiomcnal I must previously be rcgifterpd in ihe I records wiil be made which will help Herd. Book, for the breed to which !to advertise Alberta as a apiry pro- j tliey belong. The regulations govonitns Ihe competitions are as follows: Ooen to Grade Cows; Only l.-the :comnelition-Ehail. he open has njtended the Vermilion, Oldts or Bchoola of Agriculture, and to .any'. farmer within a raaliis of twenty miles of joue of these schools. y-tf j 5. .Tlipcbmpetiiion ahalirommEUce April 1. 19H, and iresli t.6wsvwli' be admitted until June I, The competition shall close Jan- uary ol, 1015. T 4. Each competitor inuy.- enter as many cows as he or dbVlres, on- ly grade.cows being 5. The for each shall be started froiu-the day she freshens, and shall continue for a period of 240 days. C, Any cow freshening previous to April may be started In-the com- petition toglnni'ug Asrll 1. 7. Scales-and-milk sheels will he supplied by-the Department, of Agri- jcuHure, 1 An inspector 'will be" appointed to inspccL the weigh their milk at least once in nix weeks, or as often as lie deems advisable.." fl. All milk record sheets mjiial be sent in promptly to the inspector hy registered miil-at Iho end of each calendar month.' 10. When'a.nov cow freshens, the Inspector' inust be noti- fied In writing. 10J frorfilji lo years old sliall be In a class as Cows from to -i years old shall be in a class krioivn as'S-year-oId. from 5 years old shall be in a tlass AS Cows 5 ears'old and over sh'ali be In a class knowViVs mature. -11, All applications must be receiv- ed before .April .1, staling breed, ute. aiid registered niimbcr for eacli cow. li'. .Fbe ot a entered in i tlie.lesi shall or cause to be. weighed, each milking and keep a correct record of the same on forms furnished for the purpose. 13, At the end-of each mouth the owner shall resort on forms furnish- ed for the purpose: (a) A record of Hie weights of each Ilklog. with the total yield of milk from each ,COT; for the month. (b) An approximate ot the amount and kinds of feed given, and data concerning stabling and care of the animals. 14. A copy o' the monthly rerorls must bo mailed wilhin ten days after the close of each calender month. ID. As Foon as Ihe cow's lest is com- pleted 2 statement compiled from the monthly reports of the year's milk re- cord shall be forwarded, the Ffttnehav Ing been sworn to before a notary public or Justice of the peace. 16. The owner ot cows entered in (his eompetlllon shall provide hoard lodglng for the Inspector during J.ECTR1CALLY A manufactured car; A car with a full equipment of adjustable Timken roller bearings. r A car with left-hand steer and center control. Its size is right, its passenger capacity is right, power is right, its wheclbasc is right, its price is right. It is useless to look farther for a that can give yoli better value. Lethbridge Auto Co. Lethbridge' his official visits, and shall convey him, ivhen to the railway station, or tbo'nexL farm to be visited, free of. clmrse. 17. will he awarded ac- cording to the following scale ot points: points for each pound of butter fat. 3 points for each round of solids not fat. (Solids not fat to be calculated by approved formulae.} 1st prize. Silverware v-luc L'nd prue, Silverware value 3rd pri7e, Silverware value .11, The .inspector must he furnish- ed at Jhe'llme'of entry the age and description of each cow; visit of Ihe inspector, the competitor shall furnlsh'-'a state- ment of tiie amount and Vinci of fed to each animal. 13. Iu cases of dispute the-Inspcct- or's ruling final. H. Any competitor, not complying with the rule's shall return the scales lo Hie inspector, 'la. competitor complying with the foregoing rules iu the cam- j petition 'will to allowed' (o retain the Denies as ".MB 16. Theorizes will be awarded ac- cording to tho following, of J points: v points for each pound of butler fat. points' for. each pound-aolids not LOOK Mr. FARMER FREE SECONDARY EDUCATION London, Marcli a resvill ot the recent examination, wlien lie ele- mentary school rhlldren, aged from eleven to tvelve, were compelled to compete, tiie London Council j has awarded scholarships to 733 lioj-s and 703 girls. The chiiilren 'will re. ceivo tree ciiutatlon at secondary schools, maintenance grants of a year per chitd win be given to Oioac ivhosE parents' incotno Is not over a week. A Trust Company's Function Every man who makes Will should avail himself or the scr- vices ol a Truil Company (o act as his Executor. The chargA is 'to higher tlian when an Individual b appointed, and tho Testator IB ateured of the provisions or tils Will being explicitly carried out. ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator ard Official Assignee for the JudTclal Districts ot LETHBRIOOE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Eighth Avtnue Calgary. faf, (Solids not fat to he calculated approved formulae.) 17.-No competitor shall be awarded uioro tlian oho prize. In cadi case llic winner of a prize will btf given Iho choice of an animal from one ot the following brcfds: Itolstein, Jersey, Ayrshire and SSiorthorn. 1st prize, Yearling. 2nd prize, calf, over mbntlu. 3rd prize, calf, 01 cr four n-.onlhs. (Ih prize, calf under four, months'. .AUCTION SALE There will W offered Tor sale hy I'nWlc Auction oc March 16th Al Four O'clock, at.Ilardieville Village, S (51) feet nlde) M Block 2. Second Ave. Cottage 24x24, Four Rooms Alnicst new; property well TKR1I8: cash, oalancc on easy iiaymcnla. KALMAN J. A. FARM HARNESS FREE- GREEN CARNATIONS GIVEN AWAY MONDAY Plate Glass For AH Purposes STORE FRONTS SHOW CASES AUTO WIND SHIELDS Glass Door Lights, etc. All x 100" carricfl in sloclc Western Supply and Equipment Co. Box 298 'Lethbridge Phone 1044 Bridles H" double met and Martin- A good durable Hariiess for'gencnl Firm Work with short checks; Lines Hames Concord Bolt, 2 stitched ring Irsce with Keel Chain, 1J4 Pole Straps gales complete with Spread Rings ard Price The same Harness as above but with double itltched trace from Hame lo Heel Chain, complete with Collars. Price ALBERTA SADDLERY CQ.Ltd. 306 Sth STREET SOUTH. The British Canadian Trust Co. UKAO OFPICK COXVHK.HIE HWCK LETHBBIDGE, GEO. W. ROBINSON, MANAGER WE BUY MUNICIPAL DEBENTURES WE BUY SCHOOL BONDS The British Canadian Trust Company A Proarts'ive Home Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;