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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 9, 1913 THE LETIIBRIPGfi DAILY HERALD Pago 7 (a ro lii Mr Mr 1 LOCAL PH1CE8 Nc. 1 -NorlUfru No. 2 Northern No 3 Norlberri No. 4 Noriliera No 5 Northern No. I lUd No 2 Itcil No. i Hfil No. -I Ktd 73 70 75 70 Co Nu. 1. Jolul. i-er toa Alfalfa, So 2, pi-r I'ralclc Shorts Gate liolli'J Oats SloA- licip.s, I'ncs. ilresvd Miitlin. IMC.................... -MuHc.'i, Catl.'e- live Steers, dressed .J 9.0) 11.00 Si.OOJ 83 00 .05 .11 .06 .13 .01 .13 .11 1'roilure yrlccs to HuUcr, tlauv........... Mulkr. trcamccy California lon.iuoes. IIP" crato Miuib-TF, per iloicn Green onions. YCI dozen pcc crale I'jcrfAs .il .30 7.50 f''5 Kt'KS, CQES c'l ilre.sied Turners, drLssed 4 25 .111 .011 .Oil .01 C 50 .17 .43 .11 .16 .16 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES VinnllJCZ, May The and Jlnj; prices ou the grain markets tcdav wore; Mny Jill) October May .laly May J-ily October 93 116 us Close 112 li Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. Northern Xo. 3 Northern No. 4 No. r. No. C Winter Wheat- No. 1 No I No. 4 .No 2 C. W. No :i C. w Ex No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed Xo. 'J Keed No. S No 4 Flax- No. 1 .V. V C Minneapolis Wr-is! Open Chicago Wheat SS5i SS Si Saturday is the day for Ladies chuoso one of tlu's-e womlt'H'iil suit Im1- "sihis. Jus! think! A bountiful new up-to- the-minute SprijigFnit worth oxsictly double what wo arc Now let 0111- big loss iio vtuir big gain, lint come early and make your selection. Xo suit until thpy arc gone. LOT 1. Our rcgJlar guile at f-2ri f2i> }i'J nnJ 5WM. For 3 Days only. Kft C1.BAU if I t uVU I.-OT 2. FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks Agriculture Puravanl to the farmers, C. L KE.L len ihb following oa culture O'.r regular suits telling at and Tor Three Days only, TO CLEAK The above arc the balance of fining Suits. No ri-tene of any. Fne Hundred lo an> charitable lion If any one can resc-ncil urse. Blouses! Tvto Hundred la all; 21 to 42. embroidered and jilain tail- oretl, materials Mult, Linen. (Jinpliaiiia, Cotton, VotJes ami Flua- nt-ls. High onJ lovi- needs'. Bl.orl find loug elceves iiegular prices to Threo Days only. TO SEE OUK DISPLAY SOUTHARD BLOCK f Quality 513 3rd AVE. S, for hog Mr, KATB Is an tv tensive grower of alfalfa, haj and his success fcas beta iihc.oicen- al. Ills article viih dry land conditions only. Good Hay Pat lure Hr Dry Farm "In growing alfalfa lo: ou a dry farm it Is iu plow dfuy 3y deep iilo'ilns 1 int-ao from 7 to 8 .uchcs. After four or me times both ways, plain ti-e aHalfa In rows about three feet the rows north and soutti 'Ibis me- thoil of planting glvoi iht roofs plenty of chance to Kt-eps the toll from drilling and the lo ?hlne on both Bides of ttu- row. When ibe cultivate a arc about Lo-jt S iucln-s tiery three nog Choitra TIiauItB to wise government regula- tions faithfully carried out Canadian HUle loss from bog cholera aa fared with those of olfcer coun From time U> time, liouewr. dlEtase In var'a o! the Dominion ivlu-re ihu iafeutau has been brought Jn corjie t'- other. This disease which is confined to bops Is cMrc-ruely con'-ap Icus ar.i atcompanted by a Ugh dt-ath rate In order put o'Aueta ol ot thf-ir tbe ilirecto: ftnF-ral, I3r. F. Torrance. has Issued a! plainly v.TiKeij bulletin telling such information 33 should enable i'te; lay reader to rtadily delect ihe inal-j adr and understand 'v.hat to' pursue la tie case oE an outbreak In] LU herd. It This cultivation. to over by say July 20. Al Ibis It a gccd plan lo cov, winter al the rate of per airr-. Attur Ing the rje, give the one n'.ore Kood cuhlwtloa, and in e'.x vu-ckV liiue you have an excellent fall pas- ture. Whta tMc, !s pasiutul ofi in the Into fall or early viiaur. Si is lo top dress the Held with tarn- jard manure., Early Cullivatios 'As soon as the- tror. i- O'jt of the erounil In the spring cnttliailoii should start. By tho middle of >iaj ft pasture will Ifr Tl.ii v.Ill last tfil about Julj i, lUe vvc El.ould tie again for laic fall pasture. "The Initial seeding c-f aKulfi should be about llie'liitl: of May." Mr. Kane be- cause of ha qualtly cf early and late greeoness, and because it is nol eas- Il> rooted up. lie ihat are nectssaiy for the fc-'iab'.'EliiEttit oE a first class pasture. Make New Kind Chcess ihat ibe DAILY CAPACITY OF LOW LIFT PUMP BEING INSTALLED AT EDMONTON Edmonton, May mill Son gallons lb the daily capacity of tbe low lift pump, costing to te'in- stalled at the water in Edmon- ton by W, H. Allen, Son and Co., Red- find, Eng., who recchtd the contract on May 1 from the board of city com- missioners. A lO.OCO.OCO gallon pump, ordered some time will be In op- eration the latter part of June, While Iho larger one isill be Installed early fall, Ehe contract calling for de- livery in 20 wcoks. Snrerintendenl Pnraona, nlano for the gradual eKmination of the prese-nl equipment, repcrts that reduction In insurance rates is -feotirr to The present uppar consists of three high lift pumps wltt a combined capacity of gal Ions The largest Tim low lift pump la a CjQOO.QOQ gn machine. -The water work a depart mcntr wliich is owned and controlled by the municipality, Is operated at a profit, a-; arc the other public ultti tics owned by tho city. September SSI! C; ril James, Londonr OnL, savei his life by clinsing desperately to tbi hood of A motor car driven by Atigui Buchananj which hnocKed him from ni cycle. OOD THEY SHOULD BE BUILT ON THE PRAIRIE caused Ijy a ficrm which may te fcrred Jn iirulent form In mam ent such BS on the boots oy ai-1 tendanifi, the feeding of tarbase raw pork v.lilch j may bavo t-ouia froia a dogs, domestic pljjeoi.s, o-rj in tbe water ot a stream lie-vim t through nn Infected or >aiJ j lose appetite, become and. If moved, may tougJi The) raiiiOly hecome thin and linger for a time, or they mn> cite Inj a lew O'.ber sjcuptonis tha: will help dlagucsls are described in tiie builMln conlatns a number of clear jtfolo engravings of boas in Btages of as well as sections of Internal organs characUrlstic diseased Whenever the din-ase Is noticed ihe owner Is bounil b> lav; to not if) a veterinary inspector. Failure to do this lays one llabje 10 a heavy fine besides the forfeiture of compensa- tion lor the of slaughtered anim- als. On account of the nature of the sub. treated this bulletin, N'o. 15 "Ideal Lactic Cheese." is t1 c name the Health of Animals Branch. Is not of a product that vail be distinctly (being sent out to names on ihu rt-gu- J. Harris, o! tbe Harris jlar departmental mailing list. I'er- Thc Associate Boards of Trade are Dairy Products Lid. ol CamTosc-. hasUons copies may recc-ive full for lie; them by making applfcaifon to tr.e manufacture of tins fancy cheese. I'uhlteallons Branch nf which has sained so n England. Mr. Ham; recently re- :urned from England, and engage u the cheese shcrily. rle has engaged an cheese- maker and has the riplit to manufacture this particular lu Alberta, and it IE said tVat he etpccts to find that fancy ci-ec-se making In Alberta tatting a good roads campaign whicli to develop into a inovcnieal f great magnitude. Secretary Hnley as solicited some fourteen or fifteen r.lcles dealing road prohlemB he first Is written by Lieut Simpson, practical fanner, of Glen-, Bask., and ayr-ears below. It is 'ery gratifying to note how the pres- iul Is linclving tho good cads movement by building 2iO miles if iifcw roads Ibis year. Should roads be bjilt by conlraoi by >iperlcnced road builders, or s he work be done by residents Corking on ihe roada, thereby paying their ,aies fo road worli? These queries javc- been discussed by a good many nunlcipal bodies, aad the fact has jcon pointed out tliat ihe roada built jy been better :fian those built Jiy custom labor. In :he lirst place ihe road contractor isually !s equipped with proper ma- chinery for tbe work of road building iuch as plows .elevators, levelera, ani the last, bul not least important tool the split log drag. U seems to be a predominant feature vvith farmers do-Ubus save the immense amount of road' work for taica to overlook straw which Is now being turned, for nsent cf Agriculture at Ottawa. Caboage Culture Thero Is pertays no vegetable grown In Canada that Is more easily raised than the cabbage. It does v.ell In alracet any soil provided uiili a reasonable quantity ol moisture ai.d advance lery rapidly, [manure; it tbrhCa from the ir.ost Mr. Harris is also itry m'.ich in- j F0utherly part of the of Or.- in Ilax culture, and Uunng lario to Dawson CHy in ihe norlli mid 'uls trly he th-it Canadian Hax irom the Atlantic to the Pacific ery favorably cabbage docs best m z moist the quality ol that groTvn In C03i aBa responds well to It has been determined beyouu" a fertilizing and good tillage. Market gardeners have learned not only (his berth U of real commercial also that thero are great differ- auil there scoins :o be no real neces-j pnces jn the of different varie- ties. It has been found by actual .straw cotnpaied sity for it lo ;he English linen j from the fact that only periment that to available, some concern v.111 event- ually locate a fla-c mill In Alberta. KING GEORGE NAVY PLrUG OHBVUING TOBACCO IS IN A QUA83 BY ITSELF1 It surpasses all others in quality and flavour became the process by winch it is made differs from is deli- ciously swecl and non-itrilating. 80UD EVERYWHERE: 10r, A PLUQ ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co.. Manufacturers, QUEQEC vie fact that ihe work tbcy are doing 18 o( and oE profit to ihem- as well aa their fellow neigh- bor, and Uiey try to do aa little work they can. Then (he f aimer ger.ei> ally his noi sufficient experience in road buililing', and many o! our local loads are tuilt without thought of drainage, M hereby a good, dry, solid road may be Hie result, but simply are hanks of earth berated from either ride and thrown Into Ihe middle of the road allowance; nJten deep ditches are left and these up with uator. The IC5JH is that tho foundation of the roads are wnter soaked and tbo (Vest breaks tbe crust, the spring rains get In their work and soon htive an Impassahle road. Compare tin's wtdi a gond road properly buth, propcrlj- drained and kept In condl'-Icm nidi the split leg diag. It soon ac- quires a smooth surface, and be' IE crowned and free from ruts on ac- count of the iue of split log drag, the rains run off without affecting tho ser- vlccafailfty of the road, and when a road is once put Into proper condition It Is surprising the small amount of to keep It in good shape Good roarls are an essential factor lo the prosperity of the farmer and con- sequently (he nation, and the need for goo.l roads fa ndmktcd by Ihrreforc municipal officer fihouM some knowledge of road hnildirg ore he this 1m- pnrlatit A road should neter be. of IPSI v idth feet across, for If there is i.ot plcnlj o! room on the grades Iho shies are lifil-le to press out when heivy loads ihe rain gets in-.o the made by the wagon wheels and ihe TOT! fs spoiled. A great fault of road makers is that tbej- put In eulverte too small. Culverts should be of sufficient size lo carry off all toe and Ins ones made of corrugated eteel ar6 pre- ferable 10 the out-of-date wooden box affairs Statute labor Is a waste of money and all v-crk should he under the MipcrvlFlon oj an exjcrlcn- CPd siiperln'pniienl. want of a market. Ontario and England are the only morc than per acre difference places It cculd to sent just, at value of the crop of a poor snd ent. With the cheap puwer that is ;good strain. For twenty-four years the Horlicul ural DlvUion of the CenlrAUKxper! iiental Farm has carried nd cultural experiments with cab i2gn and has learned much ot on Ijic subject. This work has been carrier! on for ihe benefit of tiie pub- ic who are fully entitled to the les- sons gathered (luring Ibis long per- iod. Year niter year, rcsuHs of this .vork have been published In tbe An- nual Uoport of the Experimental Farms. In order lo treiu the mibject The Te.nt The division L' entomology of the experimental fainis branch of the Do- minion Uepartmcnl of Agriculture, Ollana, has lecently issued a circular on "Tei.i C at crpl liars" hy Mr. J. M. alne. assistant entomologist for forest Insects, in the division of ento- mology. This publieatlcn discusses ttie de- foliating tent caterpillars which were so extremely nuraeroud In parts of Kastc-rn Canada rt-jrlng the season ot 19J2. A description Is given of different stages of the insects, and their life Mslorle.- and habits ate In considerable UetaiJ. The American trnt caterpillar the large y'ilfcen ten [3 in May and June, so viell fcnonn by alf owners of fruit trees, aud from these retreats Ihe caterj'IUard emerge to feed upon Iho nearby species is fonnd most commonly in orchards although It intesta shade Vrcea. Tiic forest tent caterulllar spins no tent, but feeds In groupa ol several scopes upon the foltnee, ORI! rests at lulunaU mnssed upcn the trunk or lower branches This clcs feed? ch'oily upon deciduous for cst as poplar anil hlrch liotb these specks wcro icry abund nut last pariicnl.irlj in Quc hcc province, their ring-like mas? ea of aro to be sepn In immense the t of fruit of cabbage growing fully SUITS All our colored tweed and worsted to go out. Best and est in the Suit Trade. Mall rHCC BOYS' SUITS Every Suit in Stock, except Blue's Wearbetters to go WT srFj out at Haltrnce A line of English Harvard cloths, assorted colors, with collars attached. Reg. 75c. SHOES Medium weight, Calf and Dongola, all sizes. Good- year welted. WORK GLOVES A line of Chrome Tan, Gauntlet Gloves, strong and well made. Reg. 1.00. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Alberta Block, 5th Street Leihbridge single publication, tho Dominion llorUtul- ;urist, V. T. Macuuo, has brought out Pamphlet Xo. 11 of the Cenlial tXpetlmental Farm which takes tbe subject up under the "heads of ihe soli nnd Its proparatlon, varieties, sow hit; tl'o eced the plants, plant- ing, culthatlon, havvenlng. end con- trol of Insects and -fungus A section fs also to tt.e cu! lure of the cauliflower which la stat- ed to be more dlfticult lo grow than the cabbage. Early cabbage is said to bp. usually loro proatable to flian late abhage but re-'julrea more skill to ,el a sfltlpfaetory crop. Goort early sorts are Karly Jersey Parlg Market, Very Early and Cojjen- hfigen Market. Popular late lles nre Danish Ballhead anil I.ale rial Dntcri, while Itcd Dutch is one of the best red kinds. In cauliflowers Early Erfurt and Knrly Sr.owbnll are favorites ttlille Algiers end Wait her en arc excellent lAte sotla Tlio painu anrl rUdduDtis (rces anil forests ir many districts Thn circular referred to abovo a very complete ao ccimt of the measures to he adopted In controliirg these Important Insect'hut roplec III. bo sent free to al nil tnesp vatietJca It is tc get the boat ihat cnn lift pro r u red As only a limited edition ihls work has teen printed It will no out lo tJio regular mbillng Ust The of .Toh don inannfacl McXce, the Lon- ircr, die-1 ?udficn- rnfirntes. They briefly: the re- moval and destruction of masses, spraying Infested trees v.ith lead ar- eenate or Paris green, and bar.dlns the trees 10 prevent relofeslatlon by nandenns catcrplllara. Formulae for [he spray mKture are given aud di- rection? lor Ihrlr preraratlon. Copier? o! this publication, Kntc- Circular Xo 1, of (he Denartrr.enl of Afcricultim he nhla'nM f-oni thriat carrlf-d on under om Deiiarltnent orihrafl The v.orV, ornhracoil ft CM Agrictilliirc. OttAwa. Itenihc field, InvcMng an who apply for them to the Publlca lions Brancb o! tiie Cerartment ol Agriculture at Ollana. LTve Stock Industry Tor a number ot JPJTS until a tuonttis ago, Iho of tbe I.iv Slock and Hcalili of Animals Bran nre of a sum annually of consider- tbly more :han half a million cf dol- According to liie annual report of he united branches fop the year ng March 31, 191-', just Jnsued, three norc or less distinct lines of eucrt ire carried on. A organized syc- cn> Is In operation to protect ihe Jhe stock of the country from no! jnly guarding agnlnet its Introduction irom fihroari, but by presenting spread of Infection already exiting '.r.icng CanadfaTi herds and flocks. In ;his division regulations are enforced cughbrcil used for service. To arslsi dairy farmers in ascertain- ing whei e high producing breeiilng slock may be secured, a record of performance lias been established for pure-bred dairy cattle. The jeport just isaued shows that SOI en- tered fir test for this record during ihe jear. lu addition to Ihe report of the Vet- erinary Director General and Ijtve S'ocl; Commissiontr, the volume wmch coatains almost in- chiding many iiliistrattons, embodies 21 Including reports of of- fleets arrt a number of publications- o deal with S'Kh a.9 haie'appeared as seriarate cholera, tiilicrculosls, don- rlne, mange, anthrax, siicen siali and rabies, any of wb'rh ur. con 'rolled light cause very serlo id lo h.e farming industry. The meal inspection dUfsion peeks jy wise carried out by an extensive, v ell Irninert staft to diseased or othemiEc; un- wholesome from lielng sent from one produce to another or out of the country. II also compels op- erators of focd panning establish it-Tils to maintain thtlr factories in ft sanilnty conilillcn and (o np ft fnnltnry com! i lien and (o up only sfiind gooJs. During the year j reported It is shown thai 0151 cnr! of cattle, "U cheep, anil! of ns well as many fiOi-j lions of carcases tiiul of IQiiUry were condemned. The report names the diseases and conditions re- sponsible for these -losses. The vior'K of the Live. Slock Branch 'EhowQ to lie of an entirely differ- I character. In a number of "ways Rrn In throw light upon the paths of stoch raisera'flnd" lo encourage the and Improve- ment of the iho alock He- forence is made to a comprehensive invp'lifation of ihe market cor.rtl- lions affecting MOO! and mutton car- ried nn by n rotmnU.'lon. To the lifchl stcck o( tho coiiiilry bonittts tiro i-aiJ to owners ot Including Kcffrt No. 4 of the Record of Performance, Uullettn No. cf the Live Slock Branch, 11.5 fleport of the Third General Convention of tha National Stock Association, the J7eporl of Hie iVatlona! Record Com- mittee, and others. The selling prlcr.a ot this blue Ijook is fixed al forty cenls, hnl provision hss been made' for supplying copies free to those who apply for them to tbo Chief Officer of irH; Publications ttranch of the De- partment of Agriculture, at Ottawa. U'Eshington, D.C, May tion to gOTCTEEtnt for Alaskan railroafls was exprfeseed today lo tha fipnafA territories committee by 0. Di.klmon, manager for Close Broth- era, and otbef English debenture bold- erc of an existing routo from Skag- waj to the interior. Ho declared that the In which his princi- pals were uonld open x u.ittT and mall route to Fairbanks on June 1, A governmenl lino, ha Sflld, floulct serd them into ;