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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 3ATLTWAT, NOVEMBER 20.1920 i'HE LETIiBlUpkE KEKALD PAGBNINF, OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER E British Farmers Show More Preference for Pure- breda Since i ho war British farmers are iiiuflteti keeuueis lor utr.l'.auig oiore pedigree stock on their holulugs than they have over done before. By "fanners" I mean are content1 to buy and and "dabble Morclal grade stock and some feeder cattle Olid which' were scrubs. Perhaps these men have raoro money to-day to invest in pedigree slock but I am certain one thing: that tho average British farmer is tmore than ever appreciating the value of IKxltgrec, and realizes that pedigree' Is not merely a, blotch of writing on a piece of paper." A Filer In Pigs A tenant' farmer in .Oloucester- with a penchant. for the ted pig of that have quiie' got >his who has 000 a year Glous- ter spotted sows; in a cart.-look then; to a salo and a year's .rent, An- other, and farmer 'held a sale ot spotted' on his holding, :md with the total Vprbcoeds. bought bis farm. iA village uhoemaker in 'Gloucester witli' one sow "In the book" earned Bufflclent from her pro- duce, to buy a'farmrpf JO acres which him 5400 an acre-. A Villagei car- penter in Wbuglit for a sow of the Hampshire breed (revived in England udder: tho name Saddleback pig) and a gilt from her first lifter he has sold for S1-42S. Cottagers are selling pedi- gree gills at big figures in all the villages, and pigs are no longer "muck'Vin England, but Chesler.-' THE IMPROVIDENCE OF GENIUS v {Torbulo Globe) i Seager Wheeler seems be au Improvident genius. A tewiyearB back an offer toritls wheat.at the rate of a.tushel. He >ald .he .working on that variety, wanted Ao Improve it or he had hooked lip with a smart promoter and let his wheat ba advertised as a miraculous product developed from a lev berries found la Pharpah's casket, he vrould now be rolliiis in wealth. Of cpurse, ho la doing something houester and infiulCely bigger. But his rewards are small outside ot his ova satisfaction, a long'string of -medals anil prizes and-a meed or a poo'r'butter substitute tor use on parsnips. Instead of J2.400 a bushel; he told me to oblaln this year -a-busheMor All the wheat grown on his farrit last Is uear Roslberu, Saskatvh- for about and the expenses of place leaving about the usual net wages [or genius. At the same time other men who.had bought his seed us low as fB a bushel increase of a few hundred up to brie thoiieauJ bushels at 519-a'bushcl. It JB a youug but.expanding gold.mine for the others. -juet Give "Seaaer Wheeler Garden Space Doubtless' this Is ho'way to write about a great plant breeder and bis work. It disappoints some readers, affronts some-Canadians and risks the feelings of tho chief person involved.-He. Bald, Is 110 kicker or cpmplainer. Give him that garden space with 'his -little regi- ments'of wheat! barley and oat plants drawn up in parade formation, and he is his empire of nature. A child-like, absorbed student'of tho book of piitdopi-s, be requires little. But just suppose the Dominion, instead ot those posthumous monuments'and present medals, lifted all material cares from the shoulders ot thin man and put him in a national garden with all facilities for Improving and.multiplying tho .production of crops iu Canada. -To .which It Is "conveniently answered that the United States might set the exautplo first of subsidizing its creators, Inventors and other true benefactors. ALBERTA GROIN REGISTERED SEEDOWINMLBESHOII AT CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL Rrttm Ttldni TRUlT-A.TfVES" mum N 'ill 'Diamond Dyt It Right pon' t Spoi I or Streak your Material in. ap Poor Dye I Between Twenty-five arid Thirty Exhibits Gathered From AH Parts of the Has-Been Grown By Farmers in Keeping With Standards'of Canadian Seed'Groweirs' Be Shown Under Grower's Name. A largo number of. exhibits of seed largest showing ;bf Albertaj grains grain, clovers, alfalfa and corn, .as- "'at: has ever been exhibited at the semhled from'all parts 'of the pn> j Chicago'. and judging Itrom the samples that are being pre- vliice. are being prepared at the Uni-jparcd; are not only going to bold their yeraity at Edmonton for., exhibition', own, place Alberta on the and will soon bo on their way to the map as'one'of'the realsecd-produblng Chicago International, where they will compete for the highest honors against the best the. continent can pro- duce. The exhibits, which are be- tween twenty-five and'thirty in num- ber, consist-of peas, alfalfa and sweet clover, all "of been-grown by farmers, in. widely 'separated points centre's, of; America. The hay aiid grain show at the In terhational'.ls under the direction 61 the International Crop Improvement association; of which Prof. .Cutler- is the vice-president., Tho Internationa association has only been iirexister.ee lor ono yaar, previous to that time having bo'en only a national orgauiza throughout the' province, under or-.tion dlnary farming.conditions, and will A Representative. Showing Each.package of "Dlauiond Dyes contains directions so simple, that any w'ninan :can' diamoml-dyo new, fadelessk.cplpr'into'wprn-, shabby ment3, coverings, 'whether cotton or mixed oilier linen, goods. Buy ''.'Diamond .-lima fju 'sunsoj "iMjjad before. Druggist has color sard. represent van .honest showing; class of'seed produced In Alberta, Grown In'1920, The seed' was all grown this year seed under the direc- tion of the Department of Field Hus- bandry, University of Alberta, in ac- cordance with the standards of th'e Canadian- Seed Growers' association, ot which.'Prof. G. H; Cutler, head of the Department, of.Field Husbandry, is (he provincial director. -The var- ious exhibits will all; be sent to Chi- cago in one lot with a man in charge, who will see to It that they arc dis- played in their proper pi oca. and th'ai none, are lost. Each sample of grain will ljer'dlstinctjj-' labelled 'with the owner's-nameisbd'wl'nt part of the province it.wfla gtp'wrt in'andthe fact ttiat it Alberta will be promi n ently by a I airge "nl aciird. This will, cqnstituto tho The seei are very enthusiastic over the ven lure, especially in view-of.-.the fac large quantities of registered seec' are now being produced in .the pro Not only wilTa r'ep'rese'ulatlvi showing such as this advertise in thest manner .what, Is being producet u Alberta but will no doubt result in he opening of a market -for. Alberts ;rown seed In many ,parts of-the D 3. The ono-outstanding feature- o :his exhibition of Alberta grown seei s that they were actually grown bi 'armers, and exhibited un der the growerB'.'nim'es. That the seei was grown untler- the 'direction of the 3eed also shows hai there with a latlonal seed, .ABOLISH T rji I) V PROLONG FINANCIAL VV vf Ivlv I YOUR LIFE GOVERNMENT ANNUITY WILL DO IT Gives a largtr return for life than is.obtainable from any other form of investment with absolute' security. Any person resident or domiciled in Canada over the age of 5 may purchase, to begin'at once, or at any later date desired, an Annuity of s 'tdM paid'in'monUily'or'quarierty Any two persons may purchase .jointlyi 'Employers may purchase for.their employees. .'Appl? to Jour postmaster, (o S. T. Batcdo" SuperJnWncfcat 'of for new booklet and 'blher' (nformatko requimi. Mention ajt tut birthdaj.1 We Recommend these The "Gtut" b M comtructed that the harder the berK or col t the tig htcr it Rt9. Thisia another Or ill it h Cum n teed Halter, it. will be replaced or repaired within cno year. Iht Cjanlc Colt U a Terr rtrcfldy buiK baher for the Mtkr. rnitnolcn cuH. H will hold tlmf Well gUd u rou oixtotkcrchofoe haheft. A OLANDER, LETHBHIDOE CONSUMERS HARDWARE 4. SUP- PLY CO., LTD, L. B, DUNCAN, DAYTON MH. JOHN t. GUILDERSON P. 0. Box 123, Parrsboro, N. S. sufaed K'ilA RJulimciutn for fife yion, luring it so badly at times 1 ucublc to get np Vritiiout assislanct I tried difTercnt iqcdicinfs 1 saw advertised and by doctors ia Amherst, also In ioy homo town, but the Rheumatism canio back. In advcrliscment .that 'Fruit''a-iives'_iroutJ stop JUitu- mafi'jm, aud look! one box and got roller; then I look thein right along for about six tho Eheu- ma'tUm was all gone and have ncetf Anyone who wotild CATO to irrita nie ai I would be glad to what 'Fruit-a- taTes'didforme." E. _ j .'Ccinlji.ctor and Mason. for EUO 25o. At all "dealers'or sent postpaid by Ottawa, ont; Mash of Various Ground Grains Gives the Best Fowls lliat are -to be fattened should be conIliied !n a small pan.' wen in cralcSi and they should be fed on Bolt tc'eds. Qua of the bost fattening ratlpiis to tou off martetj fowls Is cpmtwsed of tbo tol-j {lowing lugredlebU: Onct I barley, 100 pounds finely-grou'nl! Corn, 100 pounds.fliiely-grouml-oaU (hulls 30 pounds beef scrap. Use Buttermilk This'mixture Is moistened .with buttermilk or sklra ra'.lk. the former being preferred, and It !s mixed moist and not sloppy. To have- it moist enough to bo "crumbly" Is just right. Feed the- fowls tivli-e a day at'tntoryalB of. twelve hours. Another very gocii fattening ration Is made up orthe following ingred- i v One hundred pojinds ground 100 pounds, ground com. CO poOnds low-grade (lour, four tallow. Feeding the-Bird) above rations the fowls are held in the .fattening'pens for fhreo weeks being placed'on Hie market.- During the first week do no feed lie birds tbo heavily, .and clean out-all food left in the troughs. which should' run along the front of tlie pen's. The- second week should see the chlckeni on a heavier diet, nil (hey can possibly clean being 'given them. During tho last seven days'the birds should have the mixture' chosen before them .all the commercial feeders make .a practis'e of 'cramming tlie fowl with, a -special, machine, -but this-practise s is not. to be .reconi- j-Jci Jir.'.tit; scssra! as here is. too much danger of killing he birds.-, r Improving the standard of seed in tho province, but provides a source' of supply for scedsmen'.-j-ho in the past bad to -eastern pro- rtaces ;and. even. theMvestern stales for'seed. BREEDING CATTLE' IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Lord Mirito England After Successful 'S'iason i.'Ix-rd Minto is'ia'-'r'Montrc-il on' Ills' way back to Scotland. For over nix this has lived on bis ranch' uear' Calgary, only leaving ivheii harvesting' p'jierallous h'ad been 1'ractlcaily completed. 6prd Jllnto Is 'owner of about acres in ranch, known as _ situated not more BAREFOOTED MILLIONAIRES FOUND IN THE CRIMEA BERNE, Oct. Barefooted millionaires, are re-, ported prevalent In the Crimea, according to -a a SwiM woman quoting: prices, In depre- ciated Russian rubles. The income of peasants Is great because.the land there is produc- tive and a-pound of wheat stlls, roughly at rubles. On the expense side of the Tedger, shoes cost rubles, a suit of clothes Farm laborers get rubles a day. ,r The Farmer's Wife Should Have a Banking Account Sometimes the money received from the sale of her eggs and buttei' is not deposited in the bank and she gets no benefit from them. The staff cf (his bank trained to be especially courteous to ladles not familiar with banking' ways, THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Total Resources 708 BRANCHES hhridge Bj-.nih _ g, MaoKay, Manager Branches also at Magrath, Cardston, and Taber. WhenYouTravel, Even in Canada tarry your funds In Travellers' usued by The Merchants Bank. .Personal cheques, are often refused.'1 Honey may be lost or stolen. Travellers' Chegues, on the other are cashed hotels, transportation- companies 'and stores at their face values, and. enable you to raise ready money wherever youhappento be. If they of ho value to the finder-; if stolen or dw- toyed, they will bq replaced without extra charge. Uae them for your next MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA Head Office: Montreal Established 1864, Uo at fcUiou And Sub-Agency at Monvch aad The soeti liid.ic-itps'- that it.wlll only lie a very shqflvJlnVe 'until It'.h'ecomra a very this province. It ith'a't it all he registered See.d that Isjbow in (he ands of farme'rs'ithroughoiiV the pro- thi ha vlnce Is sowii liexi year, there will be'.between and busliels of registered, seed for sale by next fall. The production pi registered seed In Alberta not only has the effect of Farmers' Accounts1 This bank began its careerjri was largely an agricultural country, and during tfie eighty' eight years of its life it has always given attention Jo the care of' farmers' accounts. Vv-e pay interest on savings accounts, cash your cheques, take care of your notes and make collections when duz, Business conducted by mail if than P. ranch, which Is the estate pur- chasell by the 5 W L. .Carlyle, whosV'siiflif and scientific highly con- sidered iu Alberta.rhjuvJieen entrustet' with the managem'enRof" both estates. i Replying to a (incstlon regarding' the state of the crop iu the AVest, Ijord Minto said that only about 600 acres- of Ills- farm, 'wiis mostly oats4 ,as .wheat; Is .not grown til .this district. The" results'- were highly satisfactory in. his opinion, as much as 120 bushels being yielded to the acre. There was no question that the crop was an exceptionally good '--I ]Flls chicl iuteresi, however, was In brooding which lie had imported from The West- ern1 prairies'were eminently fitted for tho' raising of blood cattle. Before of the white man and civi- lization; this s am B: country had sup- ported Immense herds of buffalo, and there-'.was'every reason to .-suppose that. with' careful domestic, cattle, could reach as'high a degree of 'excellence as had been: attained by buffalo of-lhe-Iast century. He had .also imported a nnmber of sheep, which showed every indication of.-.doing well, 'flic breed ho had chosen were Oxfords, 'wliich were ex- ceptionally suited lo the.cphdilions of the Minto will-be and Scotland :during' the winter. t A land- owner with 'some thou- sand acres, he has onerous duties to perform In -of .'bis Old Country esUtes. beJback n jCanada In April of ot'.liext Ho will from York about the mlililla'.'iof November. TIRED OK TAXESfcSEEK SOUTH JUGO-SLAV CABIKET RATIFIES TREATY BELGRADE, N67i of tho' treaty of Rapallo''by which Italy'and 'Jugo-Slavla 'reached an agreement -settling the Adriatic- ques- tion wag unanimously'Voted by 'tn'e Jugo-Slav cabinet today. LONDON, Oct. party of 4 a'd- venturers headed Hhodcs Dlsher, fnlloiv of graphlcnl Society, 'decided iO siiend Ibe rest'of oil n' tropical ex- cessive lasatforl. Will leave South Seas next jm'oiith'lir a achooiier yacht, :tHe''Mettora. V-ftlore' tbnfi'l.OOOc'iiebple-'have aslied .to como with said Mr. Dither. "Onrflrit partji Includes ncroio'rs, soli6llors> piSiiterS', i a operatof and- clergy- njlin. 'Several ot the parly ari' tak- iujf; tfielr wives and families with ''Unltrwa-hare secured an Island portion of one antl fitted It up '.l_empbrarlly we shall live In, our Vqssel. One strict rule Is that the colony shall have no Mr. Dlslrcr added. THE The banking requireinents of merchants will, sideration by. the officiefs :of Bank. Arrange to account and every banking_facility is assured. THE ,OE WUD-l'P CAPITAL j f FUNP i tflON is the order day. If you bave formed the ings habit you arc prepared to meet its opportunities; if 'riot, reconstruct your methods and begin today. We have a Savings Department at every Branch.- THE STANDARD BANK CANADA T. K. UOCKWOOD IStll STREET NORTH C. E. BLETCHER MAHAOIR 4iM AVENUE SOUTH P. BILLINGTON MANAOCB NEW DAYTON AND STERLING BRANCHC3 L. G.'THOMAS COALKURST ORANCH W.B.FERGUSON MAKAOM COALOALE BRANCH c. T. MANAMR BUaOETT BRANCH BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT 1 HEAD OFFICE, CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS..... EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE GENERAL FINANCIAL.AGENTS AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE UNDER RUPTCVACT 15' II ECO RO HEIFER CALF f is reported thai' h'elfcr calf weighing 161 iKiiiiuls was Iiorn to n Holslem grndo owned by (he Cliilchon Estate, Tort 0, Tho calf gained 2-3 pounds in H days. The sire W-lhls calf Is Sir Canary Plotjo 3rd. This weight exceeds fWfl. British Fries- Ian; calf reported whicli 15S noundSo Its Like Cream Your May have all the qualifications to act as under your he may die. Would you care to have him replaced by someone, over whose selec- .tiort you have n'p control? A Trust Company does not die ahd is the ideal modern Executor. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLETS TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited '220 8VH AVE, CALGARY, ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, 'i 1. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR Pacific, Milk, comes from some of the finest dairying, herds in Brit- ish Columbia. It is put up in sani- tary cans so 'it retains its natural flavor and no tin taste. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. Factories ?at Abbolsford anil P. Burns Co., Ltd., Distributors for Satk. and Alls. THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD ,YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD A CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUFl DEALEH CAN GET IT FOR YOU ;