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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT rjETIfflRTOGE DA1IA' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, WK OF INTEREST TO FARMER duced on Ilia farm Is utlllie'd as (eel T rx 1 T 1 1 m Hie tarm is uuuioa.u iota Live Stock Industry and HfSSSSS _ __ r Call for Production LIVE STOCK DECREASE IN: c- .j t.. Exact da la -as to tbfl decrease of live etock la Europe during the (our years of war Is. of ocurse; Impojalble to procure at the present time. From such Information as U available A3 to the loss ff In the Allied countries range as follows: Sheep and (Irest Britain ff Franco Cittls Goats 10'R 41ft 1ft ft Hogs Mules er the Idle farm horses receive no other form of roughage Lut Out straw. Grain is led in conjunction to tho horses lo good Bhauo for beary spring work. The breeding cattle ro- ceire one feed or utraw per day to- gether with ensilage and grain. This use of straw materially reduced tha cost of feeding. Oat la nutritious and palla- able, especially >vuon cut a BhadQ on iho green side. In fact, good oat straw or green sheaf oats ts-tp be preferred jto much of the hay oa Iho mnrkef. I Hurley straw is low In feeding value- !and objectionable on account of tho Italy aivns which make It unpalatable tni ujut Sous. Hon-over. when cut or mixed lth oat Btraw It acls as a filler 't straw baa ilttlo feeding lvalue. H Is coarse., unpalatable anc not relished by lire stock. However In the case of a shortage o[ other bulky feeds, a small quantity- of whea G. R. Marnoch Says Not Paying Enough Attention to Irrigation Schemes "This Is truly u land lion-ing with milk anil honey, but it is flowing past our doors In the shipc of water that should be In use for tho Irriga- tion of vast aress lhat could (hen produce our proper share of the live stock needed for export." This was one o! Ihe expressions used by- 0. H. Mmrooch, president of the board of trade, speaking yester- day afternoon of tho llvo stock sltua in southern Alberta, and the heso'emergencies, and all tho tlmo lots' S8.2 "cents, two year old kcua lore who boar hie falhe.r'B y'aro neglecting Iho. irobtomB'and-.nocessHy of -laying ilaus (or (he fulure.'suuu ua this mat- er-of Irrigation. Is, Irrigation, tlist Is going to Slock, game, and t IE fjflgaljori UitU U 'going to liolu -elilrn to tub soil- the fertility :ae gripping power that has been aken away from it by years of cul- tivation. Wo talk about (he toll .but the toll won't drift II :t the gripping power In II: Tho Irrigation means cattle, and tiie cattle mean manure, and tl'.o manure saris frceti strength 19 tho-Boil. "Another of Ihls Is the cents', Iliree year oW" lions per dozen, Figures somdvhat similar to these .could .In procured In larger quantities. Tho early pullet is the only bird that should to kept fur wint- er egg productlon'and 11 Is Iho Whiter cgga thai A dozen of eggs, at Chrtbliiias la or three ijpzeu In May or, Juno; Karly> pulletfiniRan llcbor J. Grant obtained Wuca- 1 tloji anil his eerly liuilben tralulng j through eelf-eftort determination.-] 'J Katly iu life he become preiident of ibo Slalo Uauk of Utah, at KB organlza- tloii'lu JS90. He IB promibehV in j afltlrn ol uumcrouB'-Utah'corporatlonB, Including tho Frovo :MHIi uud early chicks In tho-nouj.a Kjri surlns which, ot c'ourso, means early pullets In iho a rule, tho pul- lets Ibat lay earliest arc tbe bout layers B.O that evpry pullet tliut lays r i company, Oregon- Lumber company, j Descret National and of an .Insurance; Aral, which ,-hl In view of th.9 victorious end ol clpully from demand for meats for atraw may lie fed with good success. posslbiHtles for this portion of the the war, the live stock authorities at jthe armies and the-olvlllan population conserve the straw by threshing in Ottiwa ara concerning them- of Great her Allies. a j-arli adjoining tho "farm Bfilves trith'the problem that U ob- export of.boef.from this country.hna [ills system mnkoa for vieaner farin- TrtoL-sly cow to whan the j Incrcaeed C.195 per cent, over tie av- jnB that It-prevents the spreading lull European demand for exportoc! In tho of straw, weed seeds and other dirt four years preceding tho.war. In tho the utilization of the grain lylus cs.j8-.ol Vscpa 'and pork products the an over Ihe farm. When tho thresh- uropol ilia t'.oA and Canadian meat falls up- on this country. .When It I] consider- ed that practically all" Europe has eat- eJi'deep into her hreedlng consutned sunual Increase, in IhB four tho this de- ttluil Is pro We a cst the Canadian live Block nieetltilsdemand permanent foundation for tha iuture. 'The- aituatlon, fa one frought with Jmmense possibilities for Canada. It is. froiisht cald Mr. H. S. 'Arkell, Dominion Live Stock Commla- c.loncr. 'There la danger that this country will be cleaned bare ot Its breeding stock, and the result of a.11 the effort to bnlld up Uie industry In Canada in the .last few: years will be lost Plans are now being conslder- oi 17 the situation will be as- certained and steps outlined foi jnglt." As wltb production, Jla aar'has been tbe means of vast- ly stimulating the liva etock Industry Jn' Canada., This has resulted prln- lucrease has hflen per cent. ing is doue In or, near one building. During tha Morci'lioes may be iiied aa scavengers for Hie eiraw stack whlcb, olber- ?1, 191S, exports of anl- around the mil products o( all descriptions am- wise, woum ounte'd to as compared to In 1914.. The ylaipns of victory and tho res- toratlon of peace would be ladeed u wasted. MELTING SNOW FOR WATER SUPPLY It they snowed in the i (AB Alberta Fanner In the Farmer's 1, nn (-nmnrO t suspension of hosliUUes an Immedi- ate relaxation ot the demand" upon this country's live stock Industry. Not has been more or less scarce, in many parts of '.his province, for for five resumption of lhe past lwo j.earSi jjveu s'oma of Ihe regular farm operations throughout Si0ugbs (hat were stand-bys Europe can there be an approximate jn the old pioneer.days dried cpiupleta return to normal conditions as reganl up beef 'and dairy cattle. Sheep and i However, this Is nothing nuw, as hogs will require two or three years. werD Yery dry ia the old The animal population of European dayfi in and we had t farms has been reduced. It Is estraat- sblve the prollien, "ot watering a far L ed' by m'm-m greater number ot Block and h. or meet- iact figures are difficult to secure, j thaa wc naTa rolma-tlio farms h Famoiiii Heals Skin estoration must, In the course of na- was; done bv building dams 01 urs, be a slow gradual process. Iu the aml riviues. These hap- the meantime the demand upon tho to ba numer0u5 and carried ock! and herds of this coantry and iderabi Kater each fresll pon these 'of tha United .States will i or- beaTy Eunlmer downpour, con e vastly in the. vieiv. of the dams' of a good size car water ovfer Bnd in many hbae who'have Btudied tha situation has been'.during tha tout ears ot the war itself. The war-time-' market has been for T> D will remoie those a Kin altllc- tlons that den. .TTial laiolerabls Jcg asd-. discomfort vJ your life a tur- disappear under of fWV H Iri- oiiratle, and reach your We guarantee; the .tirst bottle to bring yon relief? Hlginbolhim Co., D.D.D. cimT. or calluua lift off without any pitn. today puHcd-tlirough the anil fallowing These dam chieHy built by municipal mon iressed meats. Tho trade, owing to oy, and were rsry coatty. Somo dams be peculiar exigencies ot this war Ln, j being buiU.with the only view; in sighl ibe' enemy submarine played that tho samo must be actually on tb ta and commerce 'Hit nenlrala waa conducted only -with ex- difficulty, has been confined iractlcaUy to Great1 Fraaqo, taly and the, minor countries associ- ated with them which could be ed. When the ceased, the marlret rovince obtaining f largo share of be big markel Ilia: I' opening out live stock In war-devastated European countries. dispatches are now carrying he news of the Brest opportunities up for liie western farms in gatlou project, with a view to ex- tending the system to take In more fanners and euu'ad tbo BuppEy of vvater over a. Ilttlo moro urea. Tho project as nt- first outlined would 100.000 acres. Tho Taber project Is also under way, but very slow progress Ij be- ing made. This project have to bo extended now beyond Ihe original limits, Binco the Echool lands whoso owners arc not available- cannot bo ho matter ot supply ot livo stock and oodstuffs for these world markets, and.' the subject called forth Botue pertinent remarks from Mr. larnoch. "I am not worrying about, our be said. "The markets are here. Wb'at ram worrying about .....l> the laying1 Quality ol tho flock than ony other to thing. Don't use- then fur breeding purposes, cockerels whoso -pedigree you know nothing nbout. licttcr pay a good price and get a gtyid bird. A NATIVE'op UTAH Heber Ji'cldy .Grant, now president of tho Mormon church, Is tho first nat- ive BOH ot Utah lo bo honored wllh Ihe title ot president ot Iho church. He wan horn In Salt Lake City, November 22, 1850. llo Is bis mother's only j son, but has several brothers and Bis- SHEEP FOR SALE 750 YOUNG EWta In flno condltloa. Ramboulet and Lincoln Cross. Apply C. RABY 410 Dtl) Ave. S. Phone 1503 EARL'c PULLETS FOR WINTER EGGS When wo take Into consideration .that the average egs production on the Canadian farm Is 75 or SO eggs per hen and when well managed flocks average 120 to ISO eggs and indlvldua hena go -even lilgher, thnti 300 eggs in the 12 months. It looks as though :he steps that the governments ara mfght ho aklng. or rather, are not taking, to 0( kcop ,n tno rirst help equip the farmers tc more pure.bred stock Is best '7hey fully meet tha. demands of thesa mar- sllauW be trom a good Bifain ut Ing the situation before them, and means to meet It. STRAW AS A ROUGHAGE FOR LIVE STOCK LONDON'S NEW LORD MAYOR I have known soina men Ic hanl for aeyeral days in the fail with a tank End fill up z.veM or wells, to tide Ihem over tho sharp, cold spells when ihelr water tnpply was short. Some haol all winter, but I found that it Is Tha problems of jtha etock not as cofnforlable aa a'stoye In fanner are numerous, especially when Sitchen, or a snow rneltcr in a confrontedvffith a dry season and a; possible feed shortage and the past been one of concern and wcrry to him, especially if located In the drouth.stricken In prerlous! new Lord'Mayor ot London. Tears pralrla hay a lirgo England, (3 Sir Horaco Brooks pe.rcenUga of ths roughage fad to lira, soatl, ase proprietor ot a noted stock on the prairies. Owing to thft London publishing honsfl, Horace dronth, howevar, will largely II inn til and Sooi. He was faslall take-Its place this year. Therefore, It ed In oBlco.Nor. 1. Ho presides OTCT Is the duty of every farmer on Ihe the square mils o' the niotropoli pralrla to conserve ererj- stack of fcnown as the "City of London." Th. draw, .la it may iie required before salary is a j-rj.r. but the per !i2 da'vn of another sprlny. Tha sonal expenses of the occupant of thn crops In certain sections of Northern office eiceeiis twice thft amount, ow SaslatchowBn suffered' considerably !ng to nomerous entertainments hi from frost iuhiiT In July, and wcro has lo give and innumerable conlr' cut and cured aa hay. fmtions to charity that are eipected Wheat, oau or. barley, cut and hand- from him. He Is high, up in the Ha led as hay, rnafeo excellent feed for smi? order live stock In fact, with addition of tome rocU and a little grain, it Is; practically equivalent to the best hayj Trimo duty, or the boj-s when they OF CANADA Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account In the names of two or more Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It Is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case of death the balance goes lo the survivor without any formalities, formine an Immediate source of ready money. t-ETHBRIDGE BRANCH F. W. Nicholson, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH D. Griffiths, Manager VICTORY liie Trosta aiid Syarantee, Company, limiteil CALGARY AND LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA. LETHERIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDiNa, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public Administrator and Official Assignee for Ihe Judicial Oiitricts of Lethbrldge, Hoctcod, Medicine Hat, Deer, Stettlor. Borrow to Buy Cattle "Mixed Farming" is the big money- maker today. Of course, grain and fruit and vegetables pay b'ee-f arid bacon, butter and cheese, are piling up tha profits'for the farmer. cows-fatten more cattle- raise more hogs. If you need money to do if, como to Tlia Merchants Bank. i.e glad to assist nil up-to-date farmers. SON'. XT' X Wholesale and Retail Dealers in on the market. Al the Indian HcM eiperimi-nUl farm all the straw pro como harV. from tho reclaim waist plaC23.-i.4te. Head Office: Montreal. OF LB1HBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH tiSANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. CANADA. Established 1664. It. J. D1NNIMG, Miii.Ver. V. A. EBERLY, Aclin< MiMjer. M. A. KILPATRICK, Aclini Mouldings arid Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of. All Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. BUILD HOUSES TO HEAD OFFICE AND OlSTRIBUTIm) YARD. CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETKBRIDQE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, CHIN AND BARN- WELL. AT THESE POINTS WE. HANDLE FENCING MATER. IAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRipGE ;