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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ridav. Xovemlii'i- II, THE LETIIRRTDOE DAILY HERALD Page BREEDERS' GAZETTE ALLUDES TO CONSIGNMENT OF AL- BERTA CATTLE TO THE CHICAGO MARKET sliipinnit of Alberta cattle, i'Icoi! In Cbiraso last iiic-nlh shipper was E. II. Mauiisrll of Mai-' leod, Alberta, nivl stms averag- ing 1.3S1 Fuuuils, iold at J8 15, a string at 90 tu'ilers 1.295 pounds making SV.40. this. 0. Koa- inson, ot Clay, Co., who solj the cattle, considered the much littler than they would have at any market in W'eslwo I'aiiaila, but shipments from Alberta are seriously imported by excessive freight clurgi-s, CunaJian roads be-1 desirous of getting the long haul to doaeslio markets. Freight in this instance So cents' per cut. ironi points alout equidis- tant in Mtjntaiia (-0 is the rale. Iri'isi Mai'lcoi! (u Chiraso last nionlli tanl in JHuitiua I" ccnis is ing raw. t-jiisrit quile a stir in the live stock n lit re Canadian shippers ci riles nl tl-e windy 'are Mc'io Hail across .the boundary sell Iiros the large ranchers j have 'M aiivanlase. The. JJaun- about 17 carloads ot rause sto.k, Hereford iimloaiinatiiK. 'fin- rvpctot was tried the hope of twins' that at tlie larger not as boor! as the bis steers l.aue sent from Alberta a year ago, and the market for heavy bullot'Vs is about f2 prr louer than then. This shiptnent 10-cenl nrcak in (res a premium was placed cu sold altex a ilv, whilb in Alberta the price ,vas, wcsUin "-11 pr'.icticallv the same to all producers "io" Jf-aaiid-uas ah Lcspec-lik- ot the .juality of so t ,al did Rct z lair tryciut. Slore shipments Ircin the source aic c- pr Tiir dilfereme in the llected as, alter linUW AltctU IA1I1K ui'lllcu vy r.u unit, -ill-tun Albtrla ponU via roads.! arc to as rumpatcd witli freight from points f t B i-iiui-ilislaril fruin Chicago in tnr.j, is an interesting feature of (he -mcut. A recent issue o( the Urecdcr's y.f'ite, commenting on this thipinrjit saj-s "Chicago received its fr.st consign nit tit of AlbcrU catilc siiice the 'duty was taken oR. The The Herald's Farm Column ALFALFA KAY FOR HOUSES. (From the Country Gsnlleuiau.) AlfaUa as a for borsea to picture the consternation there I Mould be. IT Canadian cova iu general as poor as these twenty Ontario people new! milk, plenty of it, as a good, nutritious und cheap food j In these days of high prlcet. But it 1 jwor COYKS with only low yields arc kept where would be this necessary 3Pd, appreciated food p Vort.natelv. through srptm.tic co-v (j.ay a blgher [irk-e for liuothy or uat- (ve hay. whtn ronsSiagc must bo pur- chased, la alfalfa unsatisfaclory as a borcO feed, or arc wo maklug a mis- take in condemuins It? Somewliat Incomplete carried out the WyoTnJiifi Sta- tion last winter furnish IciU-rejlinK to every OWHCT ol a i-oor to keep cows more -.vortliy the of dairy Bhnjilo rpcords, easily Kept, give definite iPJoruiatiou iicilnj; guldu jwsts to broil and fed for yields. THE BORW WITH TWO PERFECT TEETH Hartford City, 1ml., Nov iaivi arc interested in act unusual case bcTO, A daughter was lioru to Jlr. THE LATE ALFRED R. One ot ihc v.-orld's greak-st Bcien- iific UEfcs ai 3'- pubHahfii many v.-orks" of rcputailou on llie Ihcwy of natural feicctlon ar.U otlicr brauchea of eel- f. His first M-orh was jfirtillFhoJ sixty years yyo under the llile "Tniv- c-ls the Amazon and Illo Xojto." U-clh. One physician cites a similar o' William Tumor, wlio born, with one tooth, and it was of Kaal I tht only one that lie wiicn he died street, and she has two perfect lower at age of 7-i. THE SIMPSON COMPANY Limited Hints for Sa Read carefully the price attractions ,at this Stoxe.. Prices are: lowered on our: New 'Ready-to-Wear. Garments for Women and also big reductions on staple Yardage, Novelties. we advertise a bargain, it's a.good.one." Women's Girls' Dresses Prices cut for Saturday 15 per cent .Without rCEOrvfi our slock of Serge, Pan-: ama, Velvets, Corduroy, SHlt, an J1 fancy dresses go on Saturday. Colors and sizes are well 'n'ssortoil. Theic Eliould move rphkly at a re- 'diiciion front bur close fed timothy. "Th'e eostj of maintenance was i tlmrthy than on' lucern. "Tim apptaraiice- of the horses in cverv comparison of Jucern and Urao- thy was in favor of thd lucern-fcd horses! When lucern and Umoiiiy. fed ad libitum much greater c-tiaTitUk-s ofjuccm were consumed. No. Ill results were iiotecl in the health of any of the horses by long contin- ued, lur.crn feeding, weVity pounds of per day proved sufficient to maintain, the welgbts of horses weighing nearly 1400 pounrts when ftt rest. When, at I heavy work pounds of lucern per I day were -barely sufficient to maintain i the weights of tha same horses, '.'The greater, consumption of water when horses are fed results in a "greater elimination .by, tho kld- neys, and wo have "no evidence thai greater in any way A. D. F. j ._ -j-_-. Have a Look the assortment and quality of fresh and cured moats we are carrying to enable us to take care of your order, ho matter'how large or how small. We. are specializing on SAUSAGE just now, and have one of Ilia best Sausage Makers in Western Cnnadn. Our Sausage is made up fresh every day, nou'you like it. We give cash customers five per cent discount coupons. Onler Phone 152 Office Thone 1522. NEW ORDER CONCERNING HORSES Tlie Department of-Agriculture of Canada Is In receipt of 3 new order Issued by the Board ot Agriculture at- Ixwdon, England, entitled, "Horses, (Importation and Order ot 1913." In Chapter I. of tills order it is pro- vided that horses, asses and mules brousM to Groat nrllaln from abroad ,ust be accompanied ly a veterinary certificate of freedom from symptoms of glanders (Including farcy, epizootic lymphangitis, ulcciatlve lymprianEilis, (io-Jrine, tiorso-nox, sarcopllc mange, psoroptic mange, influenza, riRgworra, strangles, instead of, os at present, from syrnptoms of gtandera (Including farcy.) only. Tho provisions of Chapter f. of tlio Horses (Importation and J Order of 1M2, wliicli in effect required horses, asses or mulr.s, brought from abroad to be cither accompanied by a I license of the Hoard of Aericnltiiro in'nil F'iahcries or Io.b6 examined al a of detention at tho port of land- Ing, iue entirely witlidravin. This order came Into operation on 1st Oclobcr, 1313, A NECESSARY FOOD SUPPLY Sbmo comparisons of records, indi- cate v.-lut ir.flnllely better returna somo dairymen obtain from their cows than do other 'owners of herds. )ne lot of testing 3.4, delivered ,t n factory Inst month was pounds, the yield of 20 cows In two ds. Two other herds also totalling 20 cows producing 3.4 milk gave only pounds during the same month Thesp ore not extreme comparisons because in many known casts the tcsl was lower and the total pounds of fat delivered would bo consequently far lower. Apart however, from the weight of fat And tho monetary value of the milk, think of one group of cows giving Jn one month four a K half Ions of .the other fcronp. It needs no stretch at Imagination CITY MEAT MARKET Solicits a trial on your next meat order. We are certainly carrying the very best quality meats, provisions and produce in Southern Alberta. Mnke a'notc of our Phone CITY MEAT MARKET Phone 725 321 5th Street Opposite Alexandra Hold, ;