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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta te' iMGEElGItT THK HfnmHHHJR OMI.T HKRAID NOVEMBKR'IO; 1917. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THErFARMER Set Here For Livestock Prices In Sale Records'for prices for register- Altriha (129S63) ed Shorthorns In this section ol Sun- vender or Orcfiara oiiutess May )COU JJ0 of liderion'.'Oul.rsuia ot public auc- tion here 30 head'ol heifers and two bulls, for a total o( JIO.SOO or }331.aO a Send average. The' 30 'months' heltfr Martha nth topped lie Us'., going to Hoi ot Taber [or }GOO. Tho ueil on the list was a three year old "Mtuile" bought by ft. J. ol Coaldale. tor I.5S5. -Then ol a red bull ii ruoptbi which brou-iU 5575, goluj; U Liiwes Bros, ol Tiber. Laflj Belle. 13 fficntk's old, wee! lo A. D. Foremost, at Mr. Modhurji also picked op a bargain In an 11 months bull whose pedigree old not arrive, until .Friday. He la a high -class animal, bul Ihe failure of lie registration papers to arrive in timo rent against a high price and ca >ras knocked down al JDOO. Mr. Sleillmrai figures I hat he made I'iVO or more quite easily on the deal. Altogether tlie sale was a great sue cess and Mr. Patrick is greatly was" conducted by Anc (longer Paisley of Lacombe, who de- It lo be one of the best he hai ever attended. To the Herald Mr Patrick expressed Ihe belief lha Southern Alberta 'farmers were onl: uow beginning to realize the value'O blgb class animals to build up Lhel herds and things that the demand vil continue to grow. .At the sale he an thai sometime during thj )atter part ot March he would put p: a sale of registered bulls In Leih bridge thai would be the biggest prl "vale sale of pedigreed slock ever stag led In Western Canada. He Is afte 100 of the best bulls the east for that purpose. Following Is the list of purchaser Thursday's sale: To Howes Bros.. Taber: Attention, Faiiiieris! Big Sale of High- Horses Cattle Tuesday Nov.l 3 (SEE BIG AD.) THE BEST- LOTS IN YEARS. Lodge. MANY Blossom -ousln Annte (129025) "anny U2S1S3) Wage Queen 3rd (IZSOW pan MlBile Delia I1J65S6) To Fuller lyrtle (HMJ9) To A. D. Medhufst, Foremost: Bull.................... .ady Belle (1SS174) 'usslc (1SS361) Miss Fashion (liSaio) Deauly 3rd (122560) To Mre.'Archbold. Coaldale: Fanny SIS 300 'During Ihe firsf ten months ot this year sheep and 1200 horses 570 hate entered the port of Coutls. Mill 300) Hav Knight to the Herald today la MO discussing Ihe growth of the livestock In Southern Alberta. The I great number of shpeu coming across Hne, In spite of the.hlth price 310 i and (he duly Is tho beat erlder.ce that the Industry Is growing b? leaps aud 340 GROW ROOT CROP entftl Parma II you sat ivsldo a few choice roots at harvest lliuo tola nuluiun aud Iheii make up your uitud to grow u of uiaugel. turnip aud carrot lean sufficient (or your neeus.'you will save yourself a number of disap- pointments In anil fmure yoara. diamond Bracelet (1301S8) bounds. Before shearing last summer there were 15S.OOO breeding sheep owned by members of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' asw-iatlon. With the 500 importations and the. Increase It Is quiie within the mark, to estimate at 300! 'cast 250.050 at the present time. This qiAl does not include mutton sheep now be- 3M Ing marketed. Mr, Knight has recent- ly purchased three inoro bands In Montana and 1050 Ironi D. P. McDan- lels of Calgary, bringing his total lo loeji. The seed bearln; elalka will appear very BOOH after (he rools are these'will cunlluua to .develop (turiug the sraton ntid In July will ui and set seed. The rlpenluf process will continue" through August and In September the seed will bi rluened and ready'to hafveal. .uaojiels, entire plant may be cut at base ol Ihe these may be threshed with the aid of a rial) or n rubbing' board or a IhreEhlug machlue as EOOU as dry. or the crop may be put away Ju it dry place to await a convenient time. After threshing, tha seed uiay be cleaned with Ihe ordinary sieves or, fatiulug mill used for grain. car- rots the feed deads arc gathered as they ripen and stored until ready to Ihreih and clean. Where small quan- tities of seed are grown the Meds ;may be threshed and (reed trom the elalka by sliuply rubbing the seed heads on a wire sieve ol sultalilo site. Wllh a sieve 21 s JO Inches, a largo boi and n stout pair o( leather gloves n capable person can thresh and clean ace. Cultivate lue soil about these' lu a feu- tours more field root seedc plants as you would cultivate pola- than the average (arm will All signs point to a serious root seed a shortage lunt- can only be remedied by the growing ol Ihesa seeds on Ihe hoine- (arm. Select two acieu smooth well shaped turnips or carrots ot sour own favor- ite variety. Put these, carefully in cellar or pit to awall Ihe coming ot spring. In April when Ihe sail It to plow, bring the stock out ot storage aud set them In posklou that they may pro- ute'a seed crop. In soil well pro- ared by plowing or cultivating, plow deep turrov or dig boles EUflklcut- y deep to plant the teed root, so that lie rrorn will be Ihe only part ei- tosed 'at the. level of Ihe ground lu condltloi seed roots 300 To'O. and Sons. New DayIon: Bessie" Jean (145517) Claret Clara .Unto Queeen (I3S175) To J.' A. Siallh, Lelhbrldge: Victoria' (116S70) Miss Uladem U290JC) To R. J. ROKera, Coaldale-. H90 400 -33 3S5 555 Maude UJS50II.......... To Ed. II. tracht. Wilson Siding Golden Gem 6th (121166) 305 To F.-C. i-eoard, LllUe Bow: Princess Lancaster 350 To D S. 'Pawson. Coildale: Jttjjle. Leaf (12S017) 310 To Sam Coaldale: LJIlle (12C3SS) To R.'-W. Gardiner, City: Turpln Fairy. UTILIZATION OF STRAW 310 305 50.000. sii (EiDerlm'entil Farms ThaT there Is a very great wasle of raliieblc material In the burning ol BlraV no-'oni will deny, but that the itraw. proHlably ollllibd only a. comparalltely few on the prairies apparently, realized as it evidenced by tae ret) sky on autumn evenlLgs due to the Urii number o! burning :x .-There are xtraw bunMrs adapter for Ihe.use of'sfrair as a fuel but thus, (ar put1 on the market have not been an nnqualided success... There Is alap'miich being'said from time to time ot straw In the miunUcturc (or fuel but this has nbL yel come'to a Terr, practical.uoadualon. There honored nse ol reliifnlnt Itto'ih'e lakil for'the enrtch- the.'nfl 1rhl.cn hai been proved aeafo and Jn Iwo yean'r.TJie-hoiije grown. will give you a belter crop than w- Ililug you can Vuy, II -will save you money, .1) >m you meat. It will you of a Grow but cue. Mnd of one {urujp but' oie kind ot you 'grow, you avd iJd lu preventing Iko evils of'a 'secrt'shortage IB your dis- trict, you will Ibeii tw performing it national tervke. Ho a jlocdholder ot tho Dominion ot Victory DuaJs. led before It is applied lo the land. The most satisfactory means of rol- ling Ihe straw quietly Is live slock. If cattla and hor-ts are aUoned free access to straw ullos during the day throughout the winter a few head will trample down'a large pile. In doing so they tramp willi It large quantities of snow and tnflr own manure and urine thus serving the double purpose of saving their own waste products for the land aud putting the straw Into shape lo be ruorc easllyrolled. In tbe spring the edges should be gathered toward .the ceritro till the trampled pile Is not less than four feet deep and if left In this condition all summer Is In splendid shape In the fall to spread on the land that Is lo the following sea son. The shaping- of the pile can be done in the spring before.work can be uegun on the land and the spreadlni on the land can be done In Ihe fal after the land Is loo'much fro'zen-tc allow of any cultivation thus allow ing low waxea for the doing of th wort. Jn so treating the straw H gires ou considerable feeding value. straw alone possesses little feed value but the average wheat straw pile con: tains much that Is not pure straw that has a fair feed .value aad stock given plenty of water and'shelter and one good meal at night thrive well by having access to'a straw pile'during the day. The foregoing applies to Theat straw but il applies lo a much, greater de- gree lo oat and barley slraw. The value of welL' rotted manure such a: may be formed in the method abore outlined has been determined i by a series of experiments extending _. Station. Wheat i( --t--.- ---------------......-----manure Is L. .of.mudh .ni6ialurc.' tnela four-year average yielded 38 bushels land aud.1 per acre and wheat on auinmerfailow ploutb., under with 11 tons per acre of rotted manure any.-appreclibleXQnjuitJiy of strair In J for the same period yielded 46 buahela dry cibdateLai Is found In the per acre. Kor waa this In every west the' of the crop case tie crop of wheat was followed fpllowtiif! waion and perhaps of bicanst there hi not suf- (If If at molsliire ID lie aoll to rot the year and the nhrotted slraw ibe aoll so open that the aoll ttMif'arlfi out more than H olh- would.': The itraw musl rot-' I Might Die-When? TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK? HAVE I MADE ANY PHP VISION FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? THEREFORE sltiitiCtbiT ana'proflUbla aeatn and by a. series of'eipefiments Ulr.ezperim'ents carried on atlbver'a' period of four yei Dominion..': ejperiJD'eBlaliHostaern Experimental SUL 'stitfcu onlhears oli 1 tfer CASH r f MART fLOOO, Owner laotted 3 yeara did l cvir j titt did, 1 helffr cotalnt 2 jetri t.M- FREE LUNCH AT NOON tffcNCER, Auction..r tWfOCH AND DENMARK ON GOOD TERMS NOW Copenhagen, Nov. Ouslavc of Sweden Is making a prime vlil .to Ibe King of Denmark. King Chris turn at a dinner to the King of Sweden that OuBlare'a visit cotillrmc-i contHiiied concord and coopera lion and lhat happy results would be obtained for Ibe nallons, In reply Klnt Uualare tt'clutA (hat all efforts toward concord and cooperation a would iare sis loyal aupporL NO HINDU! HEOI3TER Vancouver, Nov. Hindus h'av yel reilsltred In Vancouver for mil Mary nerrlce allhoilih they are eligible. I under (tic act. A number ol Japanese have presented Ihenuelvej bn( netiif all ot iMm bare claimed cicrnplloii. I WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian trust Co. (Being a Corporation, Never Diet) 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA' Your WU1 Should Be Made WHILE YOU AKK IN GOOli HEALTH APPOINT COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE, TO INSURE YOUR DIRECTIONS BEING CARRIED OUT WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR. -YOUR ESTATEVWILL IENEFIT BY OUR EX- .-.PERIENCC AND BOOKLET ON WILLS BY RECIUEtT. Tie Tiista aod Eoaraotu: Itapaiy, Unital Calgary, .Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOH AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBU'.DCE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, REO DEER, 5TETTLER. AUCTION SALE OFi FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the Nr. E. M of Sec. 3 miles S: W. of Daj'toii Wednesday, Noyember 14, 1917 AT 10 O'CLOCK A-M. IhorpUBhbreil Shorthorn bull, 3 years olfl; 1 Ihor- oughbred Shorthorn cbwe, 4 and'5 years old; -I milch 1 steer. 2 years old; 1 sleej, 1 year old; 1 heifer, 3 years heifer, 2 years old; 2 l.yeara old; 1 thoroughbred "'spring calf; other Berkshire 5 'v i'; I team brown geldings, 10 years old; 1 learn black mares, 7 and S yeara'bld; L-leain tenm- roan mares, 0. years old; 1 team Iron grey-geldings; 4 and-I years pld; 1 bay gelding, 1C years-old; i grey, gelding, l'.2yeara black atalllon, 8 rears old; 1 bay mare, lp ye'ari bay 4 years old; 2 lillies, .2; years old; i 7 colta." 1 year old; 4-spring colts; 1 sorrel mare, S years '_ Brain ta.n> wagorio; 1 old wagbn and bed; bundle'.rnclks; binders; 1 Woods mower; 1 rake; 2 4'horse gr.Vri drills; 2 12-ln. Cockshutt gang'jJlovrs; 1 12-ln. .walking plow; 1 democrat wagon; 1 drag'harrow; 1 4-sectlon drag har- .row; 3 S-ft. disc harrows'; .1 3-seclIon P. t- O. packer; 14 ?etf of harness; rldinff saddle; 5 oil forks, shovels, fhalnv'etc. ALSO-HOUSEHOLp GOODS AND KITCHENi FURNITURE. Cash.'No Reserve, everything WIU be told ai the proprietor hai lold-hla FREE. LUNCH'AT NOON J. G. WELSH, Proprietor L. 1. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer at.L. F. JBohnell'a Sale Phone 1043, Lethbridgt- AUCTION SALE i.'. Fartn Slock Implemen is At my farm 4miles south and 5 miles east of adjoining t On TUESDAYt tiQVWBERlSth 1.1 O'fLOCK SHARP 18 HEAO HORSEtV-l.aorrel mare, weight about 1500, ago years; 1 bay inare, weight about 1500, age 6 yej.ra; 1 bay gelding weight about 1450, Me S.yeara; 1 brown marc.'welght about 1500, 13 years; 1 marp, weight about'1200, age a yeara; 1 team well matched Standard bred driving mares, good, age and 15 yciraV'10 good young miilei, woll broken, rising 4 years; .4 colta. 45 HEAD registered brown Hulas heifer, 2 yean old, eitra erf No. 1 milch cows. These are my cows. B'common 'cows and will bo aold An iuch'f 25 head ..comprising 1 fine blooded Durham bull. BUra ffne two year'qld belters, yearllngii tod calves. auto In good running order, with ntra good motor; 1 roller grain crusher and 1 .iiraw cutter, attachment to run'With attto; 1 democrat; 1 John Deere binder, In good ibeerlntrriower; 1 Mc'Cornilck rake; I heavy grain wagon; 2 good and racks; 1 light rotd.wagon; 1 CockahuU breaker with atufablc allachment; 1 Masscy-Ilarrls Orca'. West gang atubble plow wfti. breaker 1 plough, and'acrajM'f; i 1.11.0, 8 fool disc; 1 land packer; 1 net truck soles; 1 groMryncales; 1. Cockalmlt drill; 1 ael 1 ga'rvlen 2 iMghii; 1 45CP-lli .Magnet cream separator In good, Irl uiC.pne yoarj 1 (all set. blacksmith anil carpenter tooi; about 200 blnneY twine; 2 ttarrel.i afock aalt; I biirrcl lime; 3 hty nnrl.quantity new rone; 1 ficL good heavy Concord hamei, l-'not good Concord liirness; 1 stl Mtvy tlrlKng harnc-sa; Z art worlf 1 set humane 1 single hnrneaa; 2 taddles; some hay. Abonl 12 KOUSEHoLo' FORNIJOBB Inclujlnf good; sideboard, boo'_-- cane and (ecrttalTi 4 ten mgllreuci, ant] many oilier arlleWs loo memlon v TERMS CA'SH LUNCH AT MOON NO RESERVE I HAVE SOLD MY FARM AND AM MOVING CALIFORNIA WM Clerk Vi fl. 0. HEMITHEW, i t -i C, DltfiKf, Owner COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP OnWednesday, Nov. 14 860 ACRES OF LAND Descripiion it' Land: All of Sec. 17, and North Half of Sec S, T. 11, K, 3, W. 4th M. Five and one-half liiiles Southeast of Pashley, six iniles Southwest of Irvine. 'There 1S5 ncres of Ihls land nearly ready lor crop and about iOO'acres more can be broke. Good farm land, good well, creek and never falling spring. Seven-room house, sheda and Glables for'stock. All fenced and cross fenced. Five foot vein ot coal. Goo'ii BChool on place. A good ihlied farming proposition and well worth J20.00 per aero, but will sell (or all we can gcL licet mo at and .get slarted In mak.ng money by buying this farm for little money and let the crop pay for the rest. J3.WC cith, balance In crop payments; 6 per cint. Interest. 5 per cent, off for all cjih paid ovtr B500. farm Tools and Machinery 11; Ire 2 grain scoops; 2 plcHa, etc; 1 good 6-hole sleel [ejjhbaaehold goods ami other, mla'celbineptu.arllclea. FHEE'LUNCH at NboN.'EVERVBdpv COME, YOUR WIFE ALSO CHAS. F. RISTOW, OWNEI} rang' HANSAUER, QEO. SATTERLEE, AUCTIONEERS :'--'s; WEIOEMAN, A. C.'ALDERTON, CLERKS. AUCTION FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At jllic larni of Edgar 6 miles, south of Riymoiid, Township 5, Kge. 20, Sec. 26 NOVEMBER 13tk AT TWELVE O'jCLOCK SMARF j______ i rtaichcd team of black msrea, 7 and S year, weigh! SOOOj 1 matched team.of grey mares, 7 and S years; weight 2800; 1 matched-teim'of grey marcs, 3 weight .1 malchd.team 'of and 1 yean, weight 3200; 1 matched learn of gre.y iaJeiV'i'yeari, welghl 2500; 1 malched.team of bay mares, 7 and S i bay years', irelglit. 1SOO; 1'bay mire, IdOCi; i bay mnfd, S years, weight 1390; 1 chestnut mart] yemris, weight 1300; 1 matched team bones. 4 years, weight m'aicheil (earn hay inarea, S and 7 1 years, welglit 1300; 1 grey marc, 8 years, -weight 1JJ6; 'llrpam marc, i years, weight 13M; 1 matched teani roui geld- 4 yeirs, welghl 1 bay mare, Vyears, wdiht 1200; 1 yeare, weight 1100. The nre'all broko to work. been all hred, to a Reglelered Slafjlon, about 1900 It's.; 10 marei. greys nnd bl.icke, rlBlng lyejars; 10 .'OWltfitii, rising 3 years; S miros, rifling z ye'ars; 8 geldings. colls, mart's and geldings Tbli Is one of loi (it marei and geldings.thai has been offered (n. AlberU ApmV (lmev- A n'ooil 161 lo pick from. 1 Rtglftered Pcrehcran 2ni, No. 60SS7, aired by'one el the world'a aUjlIoni. I iftfj raiire, years, weight 1400 Ibo.'. high irine Shorthorn Durham cows'frwri 3 lo 5 i years brnd to irahorlhorn Uurham 10 fat olcero, 3 yearsi HOC nelfer.i, rising.3 years old, ill brwl; rialng 2 years; 24 .welner. calV6s, heifers nhd siocrs; z Inilla, rlafng 2 yenfa; IReglstercd Durham Bulli These are o( eitra breeding, A good bunch to pick atock la all In Al condition. IMcCormlcit binder; 1 22-wiie5l aurface pack- I'McCormlck mower; 1 McCormtcli rtlsc drill; ,1 McCormlck .aiMts 20-foot Iron Mrrowa; 2 Imperial, gnhs plows: 1 Ciiii; JIM (Krrom; disc fanning mill; 1 lumber >vagon; 1 liurnrroin, (6 menllon; 1 new-harrow cartl tylLL BE THE PHOFHIETOR HAS -1 Al HE EOQAR KESLER, L. ycQUlM, ;