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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nre um'BHiDGB DATUT HF.R.M T> SATUnDAY, XOVEMHER 22, 1Q1U OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Alberta Stockmen Must Grapple With Whole Mange Question bwmous Losses Beit-j{ Enlail- td by Mange Area System In- sltluted ijy Government and Th Herald a rateniem illjclosins aibe given cle.-.n bill ot so that [they can le sold la ihe U. S. A. mar- Briefly, the oiitlins or ibe boundar- 1 kcls es teeJers. Under the (resent les of the mange area corers most r-1 regulations, cmle without southern Alberts, came comlag from to Take Practical iVs area are put iu quarantine pena of Combatting Disease Quar.inline and Abolition of Mange Area Are Urged. (in the American yards whether they arc tcfectcd or not. auJ Alberta cattle- men say thai Ihtre I: actually liulo or no ruange asistlng throughout Ttat Southern AJLvrfa ranchers who are shipping to CMcuo and other U.S, marters are JoaLtg Ihou sands of dollars beciUEO of the cd combat (be mange (s lha .contention of ihe Knight-Wat son -.Ranching Co.. acd otner larae cattla raisers and shippers by bill of health mast be sold for butch- ering purposes, luains from 1 cent to IV. ct3. a poumS. 1 concluded Mr. "lo have ilr. J. G. lluther.'ord make a report on the whole, situation, as he knows area eicept In a few isolated more ot eondlilocj In Aibsrta than The stigma cuts from one inj- other veterinary tn lha Donim- to two cents a pound oir lne Prtco ton." lie cattle in the United States yards. Would Abolish System Cover. Immense ilr. Wilson says this ccmlit'on been (or some eighteen years In Alberta, the Governme J' Ilre5toci 3uvierilv ident of the that I'nlled Grain uroiv tbe present systtui i( Koropc. tho deTelopmeui of a new ]n tnese uay3 0( high prices packing Industry ta Calgsir will take After deTOUng care and Ubor dur- >lace in ihe nosr future. It wlU pro- j ing tie to ihe of Teac- ide j martet for large Jionjbera produce, it Is only gowJ .busl- mall auJ unwanted horses in the! tu Bi7e equal attention to Un Contracts for bxrreli of proper storage of it. horsemeal, bontii and salted, havo nt-- The main factors in successful stor- ready been awarded In ihls city. As ngo ars temperature, rentllalloa nnd on ihe Average ibore will be horsa buiDlJily. Tbe Ideal temperature for tubers and roots is 35 degrees Fahr. 11 should rtovcr be allowed to fait be- tin ing of herds, or even oC local dls- Tbe present mango area :n Alberta, out for once and ell. following from Ihe Calsax? licrsld indicates the eileni of the ngilMioii and Ihe plans suggested ID auee: It: ICiaboralins Inrlhtr the plac'ng of practically all ihe rattle country of southern Alberta In the so-catted dipping Lo be southeast to Ibe Ttilnf injectors to cause .Ed Ibenre back to the hoimriary. It needs only a I see the iniiceaae e at the may to; itor thus _, see it practically stamped out, ID districts where there were no said Mr -May land, "Lbe ta- tiuslry of the province. II. Eecrclary for George Lace fc Company. ranchers and callle men, (oilar gave TORONTO In Shoppfncj and Business District aonooMs e American quarantine pens, whether they have ever been near in- ocled cattle or not. from one lu two ceiits a po'JEd is cut off their sals price. Mange Area Condemned John Burns, manager of Iho P. Burns Company, aald he had not had ;ime to read various statements have appeared condemning the mange "area" system, but gave an' inn lo sh'ow wbai lie thought j ni putting a huge .district under Ihcj ban because mange may exist iu some Isolated spola. f "What doea the government do in .ndllng of contaEious diseases CALGAI2V. Xor. supply the cd for horsement In certain parts Factors in Successful Keeping of Vegetables Jn Cellars Ccnserratlon ot food supplies has alvraya been au imyorUnt p rob rent in climates sucb as ours, but is espa- ng stored. It siioukl be vtrv nuil uu- loucbed by (rosl ami reasonably free Croiji adhering ELI 11. 1'ptatoes and roots -hould bp dug on" B. [luo day. t( at possible, and Ittt on the ground a -sliorl lima only, before belag1 brought in- licet tops ahould bo hvlst- l off, uot cut wT.h a tnife. During the period, an exam- ination fLouUl insrtA ftom lime to time for JecaypJ Epwluiena and theea khouU bo luiuiedlAtely reniOTed. In the sprluF. ihc sprouts or potatoea sbouM lie broioQ off ualesa required for seed. a barret. 6.000 dorses will be quired to fulfil Ihe contract. George Hoadley. Jt.U.A.. al Iho con- vent Lou of the LiTesloct l-Dlon !o VancouTer last week, made A ctatomtnl to the above eltoct durins tho convention. Mr. Jloadle; gave lie out fats of swtemcnt ia aa Inter- view with The Albertan laat eTcnlng. low 32 degrees and should ko as uniform as posa'Hjle. A thermo raeler ehouM always bo kept la the storage room and the temperature con- stantly observed. Good vent Hat Ian is essential be cause It prevents beating and cices- buL declineJ to disclose tlia names dampneaa aod therolore checks .he parlies to the contract been awarded. The oiatler.iras Mr. ild, in ansTcT to the Alberlaa'a iloa. In dtscuaslon of a resolution passed at. the couTend'on last year. The resolution1 called upon ihe gov- ernment to inquire into Ihe possib'-li- liea of finding a maricl lor horeemeal' In Europe. Ur. Hoadiey's stateioenl made by way of INtislratton of the progress thai has already been made in thij matter. A Good Thing ''The development ol a fj iudusiry wfll oe a splendid ftiug for this province, especially during ihe present year." said C. 11. lluUon, superintendent ot the agricultural and animal inilustry'branch of the C.P.R. department of natural resources, to the Alberlon last evening. "It will mean that tie horsemen ivjU be to get rid of a Inrsc number of. small norsea. The filling'of a first contract n-Ill no doubt be but the of the development of the possibilities of this European market." 'd I sprouting, ilecay and the groTi-ih of I moulds. 'The roots mar tie piled .on a false floor of slals and may to kept away from the walls in a slmiltu manner. Large piles may have wood pipes placed upright In (Its SURRENDER IMPERATOR TO THC NEW YORK, Nov. UnUwl SLz'.ta shlppinc todtf dered tho Impentor to thv BrllUh mtobttr of ihlpplac- vtJiel vu by B. M. lUr- baro. of the tolnli- try, ot bin fOferutneut. Ho announced that will op- erated by tha CnaAftl Line. It IB ex- 1c EtU for al convenient intervals. Such cnn be very simply made by nulling three toanls togEther so as to form a lube with, a triangular section. The, humidity of a good room should not be high, but absoluto dry lie SB is not desirable, RS Ihls lead to a serious shrinbago and do- tcrioratlon ID flavor and quality. Oaloc.s hcirerer, require-a drier torn- peratuta than, otber roots. If there Is a furnnce in tho cellar, the portion devoted to root storage should be partitioned off. Excessive drynesa may nlso be proven led by a covering of slightly moist sand. It may bo ne- cessary lo sprlntvlo this occasionally with water. On lha other hnad, if there is too much dampness, II is a sigu that the ventilation Is deficient. It Is Terr Important that the pro- duce be in. good, condition before he- DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank Is prepared to make advinces to individuals, partnerships aud companies against approved trade paper on favorable terms. Do not hesitate to discuss with us the requirements of your business. 8eA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ..PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND BRANCH, R. T. Brymncr, Manager. THE ROYAL BANK of CANADA THE ROAD FROM THE FARM TO THE DANK SHOULD BE WELL WORN Go lo the Manager ol Uie nearest Royal irJtli your financial dlrflcultioa while ihey Email nnd ho can usuallj- he1r> you. Vonr ntTalrs will be treated with strict conllileuca. The Bank's employcca aro pledged to secrecy about -the-business of every customer. Capital and Reserves Total Resources Lethbrldgo Mngratb Cardston Taber SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES E. E. MacKay J, K. Atfclnson, Manager ,.....W- U. JfcKay, Manager J. W. Doran, Manager nmonf human i- then-answered nis .asked, question. 'It "they quar- cntine tbe place and Isolate the per- son with Ihe disease. Under tbe pres- ent system, cattlt in the mange areas, jf suffering from the disease, cau -be moved from! one district Lo an- other, and the mange nerer be stamped out'uulil strict isolaiion and quaraoUne are General Survey Needed I. -V- Parsloiv, ot Parslow De- noon, agreed with -Mr. Burns' rleirs but said that the goYernmeiit oufht lo mate R comprehensive surrey ot all.lae caUle in Alberta, Dirtil tliey liail locAled.Bll the hcrda now sulter- from the disease. Those herds I ought to be nbsolalely qnaranLined, OTTAWA, Nov. ivas ally. today by-the (Isiml-j raenl flgrTrulUro lhat thp Dominion' special efforts lo have imperial auGiorltles re- consider Its recent .announcement made by the president of the board of agriculture that it would be inadvis- able lo remove the rresent embargo on Ibe importation of Canadian etorc cattle into Great IlriMfn. The govern-' merit proposes to make an effort to bring tbe whole situation in regard lo the embargo on Canadian cattle to the attention of tbe government and toe people ofrllifi mother country. Advantages'to Ihe Canadian and Bri- tish Tanners which would result from I Tie removal of the' embargo, include: Wblle large areis are available for raising entile In CinaUa, we have re- latively tew facilities Tor finishing .and when ihia had bsen done there! them, making it necessary to market should bo no reason why cattle which (yearly large numbers of unfinished Icould be passed ag clean by the vel-j cattle. Large numbers of these which Jnipeclors should nnt get a _ clean bill of health and be able to be [shipped for feeding purposes. I" Wfjn few eicept'ona, the opinions j Voiced by 5Ir. Burna and Mrs. Pars- low seeui to' be accepted by all tho members of llic Livsslocfc Kxchangc, all agreed thai the -veterinary force fa Inadequate lo deal with the JIon. Regulations Are Anathema Oplniond with regard to the mango regulations Among livestock men be- ngins: to Ihe Calgary Exchange arc To J. If. Frankel, Ihe regulatloni .anathema. He would like to see j ihe mango "area" Ryslem abolished fnl'roLy and each Individual I treated on its merlta, "Cftillc, It declared clean by ihc mange gaid Mr. Frankel, "even if coming from what (3 n district declared to be dirty, should ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN find a ready market In the Uniled Hiates migbt he marketed with Jusl as much advantage to ihe Can'afllan anil more adratitage to Cbe British farmer, ty Ihc removal ol the em- bargu. At present R large number o[ our caltle are sold to the packers. K an alternadre market for live animals were aTflllable It ivould give our stock' men a much greater reeling of secur- ity and would aid maieriaJlj- m' Ihe development of our livestock Industry. and ScoIliBh feeders would benefit because of Lha competition Canadian and' Irish cat lie, the laUer being their only source of supply al present. There always has been a strong feeling on the jinrt ol Scottish fanners that the embargo should he lifted for this reason. SLAUGHTER OF COWS AND CALVES Nol Aspirin at All wilhoul the "Bayer Cross11 Aspirin, only jwmi; the jirwrrilwJ. by for over ywrS'wd Tablets of Aspirin" which tontalna proper fnr Toothache, Karnchc, Scii- is, Joint Paim, snrl I'ain generally- Tin txnea of, Jz UtilcU cost Imt flMW ta mast en? "BAytt" (rido (rtftittrtd In Ctntjt) ot rf .Vonn- 6t N 1> neJT irnaK-n thai Aiplrln mcani lltj-tr 4tri Irr-.fudonc. KayiP ibe Crora." (Grain Growers' Guide.l From Januafr 1 (o October ll, Jn elusive, of'Uie presfinl year. and heilerg wenl (hrough Caoa dian alockrarde; head more lhan En Ihe came period of Ihc preceding year. Drovght In Ihc grazing coiinto undoubtedly, sent many yo animals of both sexes lo Ihe shambles that wouM olKerwise have malurct and figured In the beef supply a few years hence. The present high p of has tended lo Bave the dairy .so most ol the IOEB has been on Icef stocks. Kor example here marketed In Winnipeg dur ng Ihc last tour weeks, hardy rhrilly, lieof-bred calven. It may clear iy be necessary for farmers erer? where lo srjuire aa-ar, hut good, young fers and cowa are the accl from which Canada Is LO reap her harvest The demand In Is now coming (o a head, and If It U poajiblc al all consjrlerable sacrifice It) J3FO I hem will bs well worth the cost. Mr. Me dj-, nccrclary of Briiisli mtnlstry of food, thai there not enough meat In sight In Ihc world lo rteri fcurope nest year, 1 s heaTy liquidation of hccf caUlo ch continues, there can only b ono odlcnmc. Cattle ralseri no he [n n to avail ihcmselvc the eplendid mitrkct whjch condition promise lor fi number ol years, Tli days o( liign will he spent In rfeasinj? herdi, ard unloading will b limed for llic Java of llic succccdin blurnp: Help to Insure Prosperity v upon a new. era.nt It is her op-; portunity to every Canadian can help to insure continued by SAVING. Start Joday, and savel Open anaccountwith this Bank'. Interest paid at current rates. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA Head Office TORONTO I J. c. SCOTT, MANAGER G. E. BUETCKER. MAUAOER P- BILLINGTON. MANAGER NEV L. C. THOMAS, MANAGEH VV. B. FERGUSON, MANAGER C. T. MCIMNNON, MANAGER 13m STREET NORTH 4TH AVENUE SOUTH COALHUR5T BRANCH COALDALE B3ANCH BUHDETT BF1ANCH Why We Claim to be Pioneers in the West As a Western institution our BdnJt nppoalg par- ticularly to tho agricultural interests of IhoPralrlo Provinces, Our firat country branch was opened In 1880 and wo hevo conalstcntly followed polloy ol extending ourrurel counectlona with tho growth ol Bottlemontg, WoclQlmto have boenol matcrin.1 neaialanco toacrrioultural communitica in dovolop- Jnff their reeotircca, end In carrying them through poor crop seasons. UNION BANK OF CANADA Reiources or SISJ.OOO.OOO LETHBRIDQE BRANCH, A. DUNDAR, MANAGER Branchec alio al Carditon and Barona Enjoy every minute of winter COMC TO INK Canadian Pacific Coast See the yoor favorite outdoor Draw on Your Customers through the Merchants Bank. With Branches in all parts of Canada, and corrcs- pendents abroad, this Bank is in a position to present "Dra.Ua promptly, have them accepted, and collect payment, with leaat possible trouble and cost to you. The Manager will glad to take up tliia sutler with you, MERCHANTS BANK Of CANADA Office WF CANAPA. Eslablithed 1884. I.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, Mamger. THE OLD WAY was ID npiWnt a friend Executor ana put him in mlstrj. THE NEW WAY Is to appoint a Company wlilch Is financijlly responsible, al iiyallablc, airrl hna tlio experience, Compnnj admlrtlBUuLlDii Is ch lhan personal. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET 6. EXECUTORS, LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA Few Men Desire To Undertake The proper administration o( nn I: no nt) It pnt on Hie of an Individual, It demandi araount ot and card lhat business mon can epare from, their ovci affairs; moreover, should anything happen (o Ins Indlrldual txrore tho eftlato settled, cohfualon, litigation and with ftccompany- Ing loss, (renucnlly result Tho Trust Compinr gpeclillilog In Hi a of property Is the logics! to qantloa D( when) (o name ns your Kxecutor. Consult u> now about thli ImptrUnt mitttr, Itie Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY AND LETHSRIDGC, ALICNTA LETHPRIDQE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILtMNO, J. W. McNICOL, IH9PECTOR. Public and Official Aaftlgnee for the Judlclil DlrtrleH ef Lt'.hhrldge, Macltotf, Kcdicirc HJi, Cifgary, Rtrf Mer, (Mtrtler. ;