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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ i ____ OFINTERESTJOTHEFARMER Potential Revenue from Poultry SATCRDAY. MARCH lo. nnl ot 4 ''I .YVWy1 PcsiKe would then ha tor Ihe Canada Hostd. "h' ,-oi-ooMiflion uor Export '700.000.000; Doze iv. Tor II car ifiit to site Canada a! i i- f wi poultry and eg laore than ,ib .arc nol suffic _ liti'.I llcicn h'-ns around In iVvousMuls ol' bacli- Uanls and vacant lots. 12 juldinoil t.. ihf farm poultry, are the only i-omin ..u-.raui-v we have thafwo are on ihe highway lo cstublMiinS'a great pO'Jl-1 iuaiistrr. This is hovv.lt has rtnno in small countnc.-. I Holland and Denmark. EvfryoBf has 'lit.pt a chicts and ihe .ajcrcfiHc K-sults have been astonifhics to the owners. A worthy aim for the Canadian ur- 1 ban housrteeiwr miglii bi ,o even- nmnibc-r of the faiml ,uu s, Ihe ivintcr mouths it least. II iamilics had 10 Hfns each. H weiiW 20MOO livers. Suwwaug each laM five dozen in six ntoialiF pecul flavor uttM-. ilicri; Is no (t shoviU be stown il alfalfa. i( ilie latter reasonable success. Jl itoo grow alliiU I may l.e -iseil eilher a lor a; a green of the soil. i reason why triferenco to sro'.vn with I'Vci'. on land >ucct clover i ,'crJKe crop oiports. Whcai Is coutroUcJ by wheat executive Many LMt i -As to Ike 1919 crop. I! ot in.. cArly lo come to any iwclfe con- I cluflon. Oui- looks auyllilns froai ten til twenty RreJli-r nest vesr Ihi'n leal year. war. Uilsstii. ludU, Uuleariu, and llnwanla exported large of The of jm'hy, have to turn couittrles Into of wheat for the whole of next year, reulral Kurojwan sectllns will rx- noi- uial.' AVslrallau Is small: Ihe Argentine crop is no larger I "limn that of Knrope. Altogcllwr. 'would ayupar now that there vrouKl I no bread lo waste iu any iiuarlcr o. I the world for next year, even It th" world had the money to for it and If-live r.olslii'vlkl did not sel puce ct brsjd U a matter that will have to be dolcnuiucd by the official of the day. It aunears to me lliat ,th.j woiM price 0( wheul, if tbero is a. may he above any evi-n such u loss would bo H llrc-ct Bubiractiou from xho .bread uiw just an it U now iwM.iu moit .f llio Ksroiican countries, there verr technical uiliicultics in rvay ot such procedure in the Umtei Slates 1-urlhehiiore. it would. 1 lluvis bo iiroved uiwii that.'to lower Iho price vt flour by liftv com. would only reduce tho ol one-pound loaf from n.uo lo )1LIS larger th "Tile of Kuropr a than our iirovious esilmate. Al.loRtiH- er. llie balance of Iho supply and .de- mand for ouc present wheat uowlooSs as Ihoustv luishl, see wheat at a :Voll which ttey have helped tu fertU- annual production of poultry in try au_d eggs pay a few years' AVben the- cost of feed tllCOlUt buckwheat. rice. I ------1.... -...i Export Possibilities Hut it Canada has great yotiUry 01- within her own borders.] Jcu wore roseate are the prospects' for export trade. With a population of ('aii- aiia had an estimated revenue- ot S10'-1.- iHMO.--.il from in 191S- a year she hal eiponed as runny ks ISCOC'Oi'il Jozeos cif reggs. Up to October 31si. 191S..sha had exported onlv 1 SGI "S3 dozen'. This is a mere drop in the bucket when s 1 could be nKide !ial war debt'-svithin Poultry Regulator Money If Nat s (or ntw of Pratt Feed Co., of Cartaw Ave., Tor kel live whole of next year's crop out loss to tlu: government. "p deliberately take n toss below Iho price show (hat of n bushel ill order lo lower the THE ROW UK Of Incorporated 18S9 HeaiOftke.......... Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up V.V.V.'.'oier cents becaueo too largo a pro- nortion ot the increased cost of a loaf! tho war is due lo higher iiianufacuiriiiE costs itBtl the cust other supplies. i -Tlic.1- will, uwreoreri V to be solvcil by someone else, I nor most ot Uio also must earn a Removed HallStoneS [Ncm-Fabv 7 Appeuficitis Indigtsticin, Stornach Biordeis [ULiJlHJu in cities, towns and total cf A good lajmg i breed ot hen will produce 2M Cfgs a I rear At a low estimate of ten dozen leegs for UWrfKWOO hens. I annual production of t'sss would reach dozen. Dometlic Consumption the present time we consume dozen. For a number .of years Great Britain has been the largest 'ees importing country' in the iroria. In 1913 she po'ted' dozen.. .She Slieily on Russia. Denmark. Egypt, tiie Neth'-rlaudf. Austria-Ilunenry and Germany for her surfil'.es. As iiiosl ol these sources ore. now cut off. the Canadian hen has a chance to spreau I its wings for .frausstlaclic flicht. Montreal -Managins Director K. K Pease. I.elhbriclge Masralh Cardslorv Taher Pastures for Dry Land in Southern Alberta Farms Banking Service YOUR banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that: .careful >nd. efficient sen'ice will'be'Tendered.' Our facilities are entirely at your disposal THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE'BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, Manager J. H. S, CORDON, AppeBdicitil :0iteac aoo j badatUcis _. Gall Stoics, until'those Stow. Colic the drier areas :6f and Southern Aluerta appear. in ttn-Gill stone Saffcrers knows whit is the trouble. JlMfclfs Specific 1 will cure without pain or opti- stion. Far Salt at all Drua- by J. O. Higinbotham 4. Co., Limited, DrujgiiU, Ltthbriiisa, Alts. J.W. jSMOKTMnOST, -QftCTrfP OUT.I settled and jio open is left, is becoming more" year, and the question is often asked why U is rot possible in seasons that produce fair to -good crops of grain, to gel better pasture than Is done. The answer to this is as follows: To raise grain profitably it is nects- to summer-fallow once in two or ihree years. By this method moisture I is 'lor'ed In the subsoil and is carried i over Tvintcr. and, if Ihe following year ing a wet spell in the _ teuins the town as are ploughed ioine-Kios'lh will place aliil a much-lhiiipcr stand will be obtained.the grawin'ot which Will I be much more vigorous. The .Brass should oe sown in May or early June, at the rate or .fen pounds per acre, c., not with a nurse crop ot grain, fare should lie taken to prevent this frum be- coming established among, trees or PROPOSED SAILINGS Fnn> 24 ..Carmania... Liverpool Apr. 5 Liverpool. Apr. 8 Liverpool From St. John- Apr. 15 Glasgow Pnrchase prepaid Tickets now for Relatives snd Friends to ensure prompt-ES 111 as. For all Information apply to any of our Agents, or .to Company's Olfice, SCOTT BLOCK, MAIN 3T. WINNIPEG. ove w, happens to dry, the additional 1 moisture supplied from tlie subsoil stored from the summer be- fore) is Efficient to produce a profit- shraos. Although sucinier-fallovving cannot at used in connection ii ticrmair'- ent pasture it may he used for a [t-m- rorory pasture. Winter rye is the most crop that able grain' crop even in quite year. pasture it is not dry for this "purpose! The succulent early pfc- lure it furnishes is particularly, ap- preciated by and for yoiius dn the plants keep on f There a H- no grasses that may be CTOwins ilUhrourt! August. SeiXem-Uwn with u, in anl pro Lr. October, and even into November, rti.ce a crop the continually pumping out any moisture' neilmts past'ire is desired tn( that mar lie left or that comes in. the form of nHl Or sr.05r.- coQsctiuontly, in VRfirig of ihe JMr Iho grasa lands ii Open a Joint Account orbiothtr.or Irienif wish to luve a ccmnion funil, to which citlicrcin add. or fro-.tl r.hicll cither can draw It ia quite Co to our nearest liraiidi and sar jou vish lo open a Joint Savings Accouul.' All'psrticulars given you. 141 UNION BANK OF CANADA i THE PIONEER BANK OF WESTERN CANADA HEAD OFFICE WIHNIPEt, MAN. TETKBRI'DGE BRANCH CARDSTON BRANCH F. V. Manag.r BARONS BRANCH S, D. Griffiths, Han.g.r e are InyartaWy drier than is Ihe even with stubble land. Under these condition-! it is irapossiWe to raise good grass (pasture or i hay) on tlie dry lands as grain. Have not yet been able to find a grass for permanent pasture than Brome. if after two or three years this riecomes.-sod-bouud it may he ira- course "left for a termer to follow, is j o grain. A mixture is much.better ihan any one parts of wits, tarleyiinil either Winter rye or winter give satisfactory rebiiit. Sow tliis mislurc.at the ra'j.ot choul eeventv-.fiTO 10 one hlinilreil iraunils lo. lhs> advantage ot in Ihe mhlnrc to he sorrn In- the spring winter Brain, is Ihe fact thai it stools more Irec-ly than spring gram and so furnishea more pastute. SOUTHERN ALBERTA Atkinson, JlMa 'it McKay, Manager u niclisou, Mauaeur HAI You can get Municipal Hail Insuranfcc because the or- ganized farmers' worked 'ipr it. Now through the organized tarmers yoij can gel tKe ad-; ditionalHailjinsurance -you need.'-. j' United iGfam Growers .Securities Limited arc general agents, writing policies in the ouniiir, Manager Car and General Insurance Corporation, Limited of London, England "-v1 PoUele, tactad by everywhere, tat no agent I. worhing'tor the fami cannot give a policy in that company. WRITE f OR INSURANCE DEPARTMENT c LOUGHEED BUILDING, CALGARY. ALFALFA VERSUS SWEST CLOVER Experimental Farms value of sweet clover as a revenue producer on poor ssoll, it by ,uo means 1 follows that sweet clover even equal to, other crops of typ-c', cs- p-dally alfalfa, on superior to, good land 'This i-hauld. clcarW' 'impha- sized because many t 'r i clover enthusiasts have made thf cr- ror of concluding, from the bclirivioi.f During ttie last few years '.o much ut citver on very poor land, has been written In the agricultural Hint It la also ot outstanulng sm-or- press tulogiiing sweet clove, that, many quarters, it has gained a rejnj- tation' Snperiorlly 'vhlcii, to W mHMe [or cBropa as rnc sooner i a ctmccm-ion the bit- Collections-F6r Business Houses The satisfactory .The MerchanfsBankreiKlcratoBusinessHouscs in the matter of collecting. Notes, Brails and other financial paper, is due to trie nuraberandstrategic location of its brancne3 throughout Canada, system Spectal attention is given to collodions; i Mturns.ro promptly made fees often prevented by the care and with which.we do our work. f BANK. Office: Montreal. OF'' CANADA'. Eilablf.h.d.18M. I.E1HBRIDGE BRANCH, K. J. DINNING, M.Siger. MONARCH HKANCH, Vi A.'EBBRLY, Aclmt BRANCH. M, A. KILPATRICK, Acii.f A TRUST COMPANY sCrvIcA Jt knows the many anTpSSll. i, their influence for varied form ot The Britisli Canadian Trust Co. OTOB, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC.. HtAO OFFICE, 3U FIFTH STHEET PHONI A. Beautiful, iMonurhent foinbinlnr.' slraiilk ily, ei.J rtigniiy Is hi P> dcsiBtiine" Lctbtbridge JMommeotal eth Street, South, R', clover lias g alnc 'I is to a to yield large degree due 'o He tact titut i- ar year, whereas sweet able to do siirprtfingly won blptinial jibrl, ]y pnr.r ?oil or >vonHjii [n I to ho re-secilcd every second year in p'.ant food, ami .in. .f. ,t js a cliantiJ-Jii.matijrc noiSLiiri' w snui and Ihiis automatically re seen to No o'n.' who s'-'e'rf novel j.' riiay ye srovsu for paslute 'nourish In ploc'iv In tKt n! hay, Mlagc, and soiliiig, wlitrtas swce' cOTimon "nothing else Mll'.cinver hM a fOmc-.vhal limited aiiher< can deny llial swoel tuediliieM' Thus, sweet clover. ralBht In- finnliiyi-il as a remunerative! not liki-ly in'malw' us