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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal November lOlS DAILY HERALD y Canadian Nor them ANNOUNCE Xmas Excursion Rail Rates From the West In Connection with THE ROYAL LINE Most direct ronlo to llrlstol London and tho Tickets on sale Noveniiier 7lh to December 3L with a return limit of five months from datu of Good Going on ROYAL GEORGE tons From 13 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROYAL EDWARD tons From 27th ROYAL GEORGE tons From 11th Berth reservations and full Information from any railway or steamship agent or write GENERAL Scott 272 Main November and December Sailings Empress of Liverpool 15 Mount 17 Lake 20 Lake 24 Empress of 29 Empress of Britain to Liverpool 13 Empress of 27 WEEKLY SAILINGS LOWEST RATES Unequalled Third Complete details on Berth reservations can now be made with any Railway or Steamship Agent for Christmas or write 210 Portage GOLD RIDGE GLEANINGS JOG Saul has been visiting iii Gold Ridjjo the of Prank James Matthews has about com pleted Ills new dwelling house and friends are looking forward to the arrival of and Miss iAlice aud Master Robert have returned to home iii Gold The many friends Kni who has been in the hospital for some are pleased to hear that she is autumnbride Gold Henry declares herself pleased Canadian men and This young lady but previously from Gold Ridge is still holding her Although it lost one oL its maidens when Miss Mabel Sinclair became the bride of of Iron the vacancy was soon filled by Roy who decided to leave his cousins across the border and make his home with his I mother iii Sunny Southern Harmoii leaves shortly for Cal Jargensoa has charge of his estate during Harmons Miss Florence teacher at Gold spent a tow days in Leth bridge attending the teachers conven tion and the Dry Farming FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks on Agriculture THE MOST PROFITABLE DAIRY COWS AND HOW TO SECURE THEM THE BRITISH BOND MARKET which it is proposed to submit to the Toronto ratepayers in will call lor an appropriation of about They include the follow ing amounts water sup Bloor street garbage 000 storm Tho race is not always to the Tho fast young man is seldom fast enough to up with his running ExSutaa Abdul Hamid of Turkey is an He plays the or gan with the of VIA DEC 151 THREE EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY Lethbridge to Toronto and Lethbriuge to Montreal and Corresponding low rates to points in Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on Sale December 1st to 31st In cluslvo Good to return within three months Liberal Extension Privileges Tickets issued in connection with TRANS ATLANTIC TRIPS on sale November 7th to December inclusive and limited to five months from date of with privileges of Finest Standnnl and Sleeping Dining cnrs oh all through Compartment Observation cars Imperial Limited and Toronto Through Tourist Car Service In connection witli these For dates of departure and Vcvlervations local all TransAtlantic Steaniship Lines For full rail and steamship apply to or write to District Passenger Uy and Veterinarian How wo arc to secure the most profitable cow for daily a a question which constantly confronts the and the answers towliloli infrequently Practically it all centres upon this jncstiou Mow am I to duce a quantity of butter on a mimimum amount of ccst nucleus of tho ativoiKJss of tho animals any other consideration will only hamper us in our efforts to reach this Wo must not consider too much tho eventuality of keeping cowa that can establish records in uid overlook the expenses such but we must lay stress upon the contents of biitterfat in the on tho importance of a long period of ow their being easy keepers and inexpensive to Where these Qualities are united we will obtain the highest economical and that Is the object of keeping the not for the purpose of breeding fancy animals that well may rejoice our eyes but rarely to a corresponding degree our In order toreach a correctcon clusion in respect to the relative r fitableness of the it is abso lutely indispensable that we compare that have been fed identi cally ami that we consider nothing but the net This is neces sary because we know that the com position of the food plays such an important part in regard to the pro duced quantity of Neglecting to ascertain this factor when buying the yield of the animals con stitutes but a measure of the pro prietors ability to compound u good foodformula or ration not the owners capability one is to judge when purchasing hiss because that is never thrown into the That the fodder consump tion is a necessary point to have fig ured when the profitableness of the animal is to be ought to bo but is nevertheless as U rule more or less not the least because our experts so sel dom emphasize If we do not sider the fodder and its chemical composition as an essential then all systematic and economical dairy husbandry and we find ourselves either entirely lost or in the midst of the wildest sportbreed where of their the records of milk or which may look fine in the columns of the dairy journals and to the but too frequently will be found lacking in when cor rectly figured One must know a cow has consumed as what she Then we nave all these much her alded milksigns milk Although it is far from me to declare them worthless in judging a cows jrro due Liven in asmuch 1 consider them of the greatest value as it is nevertheless a fact that many of our very best milkers by no means have their milksigns in order in other do not appear to be a grand But of what avail Is it to me to find out thai a cow Incta as if she be a splendid when another one that toes look In reality produces much nive One must not behave loo much lifce pig eon bur at the matter with the of a As a mat ter of is impossible to pick out the individuals in absolutely rent witlunit their Individ j mil yield as well ns Mo yield cf their parents and preferably also ofj their grand ami to catlj mate their value one not only the quantity of milk but abave all its tot ns wollj as tho fodder consumed in said An export inspec tion of the animal can produce such the only source ofj such account While thus it is a that these signs n safe crlj tcrlOTi of a there is an other important feature to consider in selecting milk intended for breeding This is that such j cows as well as tho dairy sire j should exhibit ho typical couformal lion ofgood which is term oil dairy and tlie reason is that such a if is a very stroiiis indication that Ihe milking which previously should have neon ascertained by examination of the is not merely aj casual but has been so thorj oughly acquired that it in all probaj bility will reproduced iu off this typo appears like is futile lo us it nm IK learned only by practical j Hit dairy business is hUsed on bittier the evi dently nniiii be Ui produce the larg est possible quatiUty of bnltor the possible If the urn Jacklnu iu Ihis particular it Is of but little If they otherwise might possess iall Imagin able H ia of au enormous advantage to lay the main strcss on rich not the JeiiBt because this canucKy of the cow Is Independent on wlml and weather and fat u is an individual quality which is hcridi Tha capability to ghe large quantities we1 depend ent on many and by alterations In feeding and care we are ablo to Influence the milkflow to a very in an upward or according to the which only the ac count book can tell anything To secure profitable dairy herd there are two ways to Either you may purchase at the start an entirely new herd of or you may secure a fullblood sire of the breed you havedecided and use It on the stock at Which method you should follow depends upon many conditions in the Individ ual The former will generally out the njost expensive and re jnrre a considerable Initial cash out lay but it is the quickest way to bring The latter may be generally recom mended in these as it Is safer and cheaper j though But it must remembered that it requires a considerable insight and carefulness for its successful opera In first place to start a profitable you must have a good whatever be your choice of dairy Use nothing but a California Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS TRAVEL BY on the biir Ocennrroiiiir Slcjimships PRESIDENT or Send fcr free illustrated booklet of liotcls and free map of the Pacific Coast Be sure to reserve Berths in advance PACfC COAST STEAMSHIP 113 JAMES RECHED PASHA Represented the Turkish Government Si the signing of the peace treaty be tween his country and Italy a Li ne Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry ing One Class cabin and Third Class CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from 5th and LOWEST RATES UPTODATE Reserve your accommodation now aud secure the it costs no Apply to any steam 1 ship or General 445 Main Phone M5312 on the Canada Metnntlc I Laurentic Teutonic Tetitcnic Canada Canada wrUi special rates 7 to From Date Portland 7 Halifax Poilhml 11 Halifax io 21 Halifax 22 Travel by the or Mc gzruic the largest and or by the M cabin Large and Excursion Rates Also from Novv York by White Star services lo Liverpool or Somlmmp ton American Line lo ton Atlantic Transport Line 10 Louden Red Stnr Itne to Dover and Antwerp from BOM ton via White and Leyland Lines lo AKO siiJling vit OIK port and re via Apply Tor parlUiilaiH In fiillway or or Wesliin Passenyer 333 MniiJ Wi registered and from a family of butterproducers a reputation on both their sires and dames as Have no trilling in this for you cannot be too Unfortunately not all regis tered stock is The registers are like the they are but indications that have to be confirmed by actual Too many new breeders err here they huy anything in the Khape of a full paying no attention to what their ancestors have In consequence of the above re marks s we may conclude that for dairy butter produc tion as that should he the farmers is desir able to buy dairy animals with milk of a high butterfat and that are small consumers and easy Without fhe that excel any other in these respects on an are the Jer sey and Guernsey The Hols tern cattle also belong to the specific dairy breeds and are famous for their enormous an the fat contents is lower than the average iu the foriner they require considerably more fcdtler than tlie smaller English races and j consequently are to j In this latter respect it will pay better to keep more if you have plenty of However which of these three breeds or we include the Ayrshire to that is a matter rf personal above the one yon like for the more interest will you take in them and the better the results will l can not conqlude this article without a warning to the farmers against the cry for ft dualpurpose It t is the same story from across the line that now repeats itself in Western and the future will prove as it did and does in the that the dual purpose Idea is and must be a Lots of farmers have already been fooled into Believing in tins dual They were like the a dual purpose who went to examined in the old fashioned by tho school committee to teach and they asked him if he be lieved the earth was Hat or he I teaches em both just as they want Now this idea of teaching it both just as they waiit has been a and thousands and thous ands of farmers have wanted that same delusion und wanted it Not unreasonably but because they hoped there was some way by which they could get just as much milk and besides that sell a good beef Just ask the same fanner If it is consistent with intelligence and com mon sense that a man should expect to breed for the race and at the same time get a dvaft horse Why Ask him if it is sane to hreeil for a bull dcg and get a fox Why Hut is it more consistent for a mau to breed for beef and set a butter The days of humbug ami Unrnum arc still with Do not that it can be easily proven who originat ed this The movement iwid agi tation was started by the packing in terests and trust any rate in the oivn not for the bcuoflt of the CROP ROTA MEANS MONEY 7 Ins family remedy fcr Concha Colds Shiloh costi so little and clots The added income from acrus improved land at 2 an acre would bo or an average of 200 on each of says Bulletin of tho Minnesota Ex periment which is devoted to extensive experiments with various orop This is certainly an enormous in crease for one state and 1C tho ratio held Hood the added income to the farmers of tho United States and Can would ho in the It is certainly siifllclont increase to more than cover the expense required to re arrange move Commenting further on this saving the bulletin says If tho Invtatlga agricultural collage and institute iwork and tho other meanH of pro moling good laiin management would THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED 1MS Record of Progress for Five 1906 1911 Capital Reserve Deposits Loans Investments Total Assets Has 83 In and ind In ill thi Principal In A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at ill Ihtlmv ullewod hlannt current Lelkbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR liDMUNl Premitiml ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD General TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Canadian Bank of by wtoh of larf nutmtwr of brtrickM to Province at with in Knfe NOT Sin Johpi whh Conecpondanu in put of the is ablt to offer nnmrpMMd hdttifM to tfw travelling enabling them to obUib montj in aimplMt wmf any pctat on their journey thi world Cbtquti and Lmera of Credit iMiiid by this Bank overcome the annoying of fanda In places where identification Cheques and Drafts on all the of the drawn in can be Okihtd or purcbuwl at Lethbridge Branch OF CANADA Mitt Tftil AJKB To Travel it a mind free from wony about the curren cies of tlie different countries you or the safety of your carry Letters of Credit and Travellers Cheques issued bythe Union Bank of You call then secure funds as you need them at any banking and uo one else can realize on your Ask tlie Manager foj a Minigir fttmtager BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH 51 HART nduce the farmprs to reorganize their arms properly and Would result ln his increased income ata cost In the state national and state expendj ureg of a milliondollars the surplus would If 00 of were required rearrange he and do he field work in a better than it s now case for better the net surplus to the people would atill n the large the figures would reach this leaving a netprofit of 150 a Speaking broadly and with out of the Increas ed earnings each farmer should be ible to use 50 in increasing the value of ind which averaged In 1900 or the state about a ng the average in ten years to i Tho is needed by lie average farm family to provide eisure and facilities for better edu cation and to develop country life nore An average of lOO more annually devoted to letter home education and the social development of Minnesotas farm and girls would so react as to increase even more largely the incorrie and splendid country life springing from Minnesotas another 150 a farm could be added tothe incomes iy developing better varieties of crops indbetter breeds of livestock Bahd it may be that could ie added by the use of fertilizers cost than The farmer in the past has beeu more or less of an bufthn investment haa been more form of more land to raise more corn to feed more to buy more The fact that the areaof eiruble laud now fa very limited is gradually putting stop to that kind of It Is forcing people to consider more possibility of growingmore corh to feed more winmnt more There was a time when the west country was new and so scarce among the farm It was if not for them to meet the expense necenary to the employment of improved meth This drawback does not the moat com objection offered when an inv proved method of cropping IB present according to an editorial the Southern Is that It would coat too much to put it into There is quite a general feeling that a rotation crops requires id much extra fencing that it Is too Without discussing the question of whether or not crop rotation re quires extra we would ask why that is an objection provided It increases income from the land sufflcinetly to more than pay the extra One deed may roar a And one may make it Hold firm thy will for Lest a quick blow break Watson Keep in Touch with Canadian Development ISvery citizen of Caiiadn owes it to himself to keep tlioroiirh ly informed concerning the commercial and financial development of THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA gives a complete and jiccurate every of conditions in Its Bud nesi Bond and urtlclea on eaUUe and other forma of tire of vaJue not only to In hut to all dasnes THE FINANCIAL POST ie not technical hnt Is writ Ion in potmliiraiid interesting style so that anyone can under THE FINANCIAL POST II quoted wi au anlhorily on Cauidliu in United States anil fireat The Invoelors Information Bureau iH free io Write sample copy and further The Financial Post of Canada The Weitern Mjnijer S01 Dominion Trult Bulldlnf ;