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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE XETiiKKlDGK DA HERALD SA1URDAY, NOVEMUEff 5l OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER! FRElf li WSENiABIGSHOW Man. 1L three provinces' will he more-fully represented at" the Imernationil Lire- stock show and the National Hay and Gmu show at Chicago next weeV than they have ever been before. Manitoba through the Agricultural cuiiefcu la hugs. Tiiesu are entered in no less than 20 classes. the bacon types for vlileh Canada has a deservedly high, Deputation in Britain and these bogs hare all been fed the same ration and .ill have been fed .on tbe grains and roughage ordiuarly produced on iho farms of I he province. .Whether .they get In the money or not they are a hunch of Logs that will do credit to their breeding and feeding. Grain and Hay Show ;.The Manitoba eiliibils to toe War and Grain, show are made'by indivi- dual farmers. Messrs. E. E. Tounp, Kusick and K. 15. Smith, of OaX Lake, have all contributed" Mar- quis'wbeet and Durum .wheat. i-otnbe, JBirtTe, contributes a new var- iety.-of wheat and ft uew variety off oats. These are Red Devon wh: s, seven 'head of, catlls -ami 1 eight sheep. Auious tho cattle are; steers .that will surely make- a good showing. Hay and Grain. Show The University of-Saskatchewan is] putting in an.educational exhibit In the hay and grain .show that for com- j plcteness and beauty would he iliffi- i oats, varieties of bis I cult to surpass. The cases aro uiade owa developing. Walter Sayward, of j from the woods pf province and! Ueulnb. contributed a very fine saa- every grain, grass and'forag? crop of; pie .of two rowed Hauiil-. ibe province is represented. There I ten, of Keiwcod, contributed both will be a' number ofindividual wheat, and oats, Mrs. Kobert Bell, of; itors of grain also. After TVrM Ycori o "FRUTT-A-TIVES" Broujit Kathwell, Gold Rain oats, Arthur peas Alberta ind Marquis wheat; 4. Cooper, Tress-: Aioerta i3 niakins a unique ejhlblt! i iu 'he form of a carlo! of steers. These! j steers wero donated to the. University! hlbits, they were forwarded to the ES-IO[ mefe ov fifteen prominent breed tension Service department ol the ers ol lho province "ai ci been giv- government by that department lhe Bam3 nuifonu feed asd care. forwarded (o All the steers were bred ia Alberla.and C, D. Robertson, of Winnipeg, is neeii fed eut'rely tho Brains an individual exhibit of forag6 crops on thd or having sent down his dllljrv uberta ,arn) _Twehe of tho champion fouryear-pM sUlliou mil show as junior ar.h and Lasonto his champion. DlJy. !OIIO as a sellior j and. one as a i Satkatchewan I svnior and the other as a junior call. provincfl of SaBkatchovan ,as j Tlio heaviest sieer weighed ,pn .Nov. its first and most important exhibit Is 1 I ha-iug inado a total gain since- sending a judjluE team from its unl-larming at tS2 of 1.010 Cktmrlaia St., ilontretl. "For three yesrs, I wis: ill tilnmted I suffered from Kidaejr and Liter Uy health. ;wu miserable aui] veraity, five fourth A ear students with pounds" Tne average gula per month _, in livestock the whole 15 steers was AB typical ripreMntatlvea of the farm- ins: community of tha we'st they will do' their provincejroud whether tSey bring home the big trophy or not. pounds. Judges: Western Canada also bo TV ell represented in the list of judges rlely off The 'second eihlblt ia made up oflMcXirdv, cf Manitoba, will and ClydesdaieE, Percherons and judge" Chdesdoles, Alewnder Gal The Value of Saving A savings account is the key that opens the 'door to PROSPERITY. It is the first step on the road to INDEPENDENCE. It gives you security against possible reverses in the future. Open a savings account with this Bank and lay the foundation for permanent success. Interest paid at current rates. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA Head Office TORONTO T. K. LOCKWqop. MANASEH G. E. BLETCHER, MWJACEH P. BILUINGTON, MANAGER C. THOMAS, MJUJASEB B. FERGUSON, C. T. MCKINNON, MAHACEH 13TH STREET NORTH 4jH AVENUE SOUTH SEW DAYTON AND STERUNQ BRANCHES COAIAURST BRANCH COALDALE BRANCH BURDETTTBBANCH HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? PURE W-: M o L E S O M E YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT, FromChrome leather A Horsepower Hanra leithtr, tie ttemfnl, touglick fcath'J known. with sweat or vatcr. ITicy grejt sfrenzl'o anii wsaiing Qiulitka that wSB more you.' May wa our fine Kkclioo C. 0. CONSUMERS HARDWARE SUPPLY CO., LTD LETH8RIDOE L. B. DUNCAN, NEW bAYTON braith, of. Edmonton, Suffolk Fuuches. Hou minister of agriculture for Alberta, i will lia a THE MYSTERY OF HAIRLESS LITTERS _ s (Experimental 'Farms- To the swine grower the of hairless litters IE a as origin is concerned He simpli knows that sows normal in every iray farrovv litters abnormal in one, .-all, 'or a combination of- tee following, completely or partlallv hairless with undeveloped hoofs, blind, very large, flabby and with ah normal development of tho head and neck, very small weaCand undeveiop ed generally Such p ga usually die in 'from a few hours to a few days af- ter birth Not all pig? iu the litter are so affected some being quite nor inai The sow remains normal While the scientist- hasi.arrlre'd at what is "possibly 'the'rdire'ct tional cause, the preliminary, causes are also mo're or less in'inystery. Some. Inconsistencies' A b'eedei mav one vear lose 90% of his pigs and the neit year with the same breeding stocV, feeds, water and management quarters, mal increase In certain iyears and localities that trouble al- inoHt oE an epidemic, only to disappear entirely Is it dne to seasonal'influ T me any, good. Then I started to'lisa 'Froit-iUveV ind the effect'was remarkable. I began to improve immediately and lAu wanderfj! fruit mediuAc entirely Tcitorcd me to health All tic old rains, headaches, indigestion and'con ntipalkm were relieved and oncemoro To ill wbo snffer Irom Indigestion, Constipation, pi Paijia or great Fatipie, I tho of 'Fr Jit i UTBS' Madaine HORMIDAS 50c t bos.S for p uO, tnal sue 2oc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-Uves limited, Ottawa, Oat. feeders or In the raeaV. ration; 2 to 5 per cent, In many cases as prevl ously stated, particularly in Eastern Canada, such oreventlre practice for effective. In'Westerh however, flhere the phenom enon is the cause of very serious losses, tjij trial of a direct ad- dition of lofiinejln the form of potas- sium .icidino .would be recommended. The nilnlinom' dpses required to give results In known, how ever, the administration of 5 grain doses of potassium iodine daily during the pregnant. period has proven .'al- most a "certain preventive In fact, the use of this drug two or three'time weel'y-la .recoraihended where 'H :is used'durice the: reriod In practice the best plan aid be to have ad Absorbs Moisture and Prevents White Be Re- Moved at'intervals One .of the greatest problems that ppultryinen are confronted with dur- wlnier" months In Alberla Is to keep; tha wails and celling of tbe hen building free from frost, and to .keep the Inside-of the building free from moisture of any kind. The ex- p'sjlencc of hundreds of poultry men gpes to show that moisture and j are two of the greatest hindrances tj> succeesful winter 'egg production, while, on the other hand a low tem- perature, is long as there is uo mbis- iure, noes not cause any serious re- sults SexeVal different kinds ot vcntila ore hSye been designed to eliminate moisture in the inside of the h'euhous es, yet 'none liave met with any. great success. The experience of most breed- ers goes to show that a great deal de- p'ends .upon the construction of the building. J. B. Wilkinson, of Edmon- ton, a large poultry, breeder, from his eipeficnce says thit a single he'uho use f a cing the; so u I li; w oth glass windows and cotton windows at' gives the best results. Such a is not absolute- ly-free from moisture, but. can made so by nailing lath on the inside of the. studding and rafters, and filling the space between the. walls and the lath .with straw. The straw, he says, will absorb-all of the moisture. It'is more essential, he'poinls out, thSt the 'ceiling be covered with straw In this manner than the as all' the moist'air is more likely to ascend thin to descend. Some people are not in favor ot having a strav> lining because it is likely to harbor vermin, but he points ont, the straw lining in this respect Is than a-deuble an air-space, while on the other handj whenever It Is straw may he removed or disinfected bv spraying ..with a. solution .ot creolin. .1 pictures. After sis months the f and .effectiveness of this work was. realized and now. it has'spread to all city, schools. Studies taught solutiop of known strength or dilution. By the use dt a 3ma11 a sufficient quantify of the solution to contain 5 grain's of jiofasslnm iodine could" be. .added arid' stirred slop or meal, depending num cnce' Is it tranECTissahle7 lBTit due her of animals fed G B Kothwell, to some poisonons element In the f Dominion Animal Husbandman, Otta- sow's ration which leaves od but wiiich T.e'ndera.-.qbnor- inal the later development in utero' K The Apparent Cauee of the Hairless Piff y. It cannot be sta'ed definitely tliat the cause is seasonal Certainly there !s no consistency in such a clainu-The posfiibility of. contagion is -also -most itlnacult to assume, would, seem Illogical that to the foetus would leave ths HOW Apparently .the; diffi- culty ID some .deficiency.'-of the sow's is essential to the normal growth of the little pig..Appar- ently, loo, this malauY or abnormality Is similar to .the tlfyroid aJTections of calves and lambs. Gills are more predisposed 'to give hairless lifters than .are ail.nlts pos- sibly due to certain deficiencies in the ration being entirely, absorbed by. the dam. Further, in prac- tically every case ponDnsjd to win- tPx-carrieii litter and is'- very rarely seen ill the Bummer or. pafently certain jJeflclencies'in the ra- llon may he correclerl oy'-tfic sow In the summer from other sources, where as she has no reco-Ljrso. the winter unless supplied artificially. j Here Is What is at.-Prtunt wa, Ont. brought forth part of' teachers.; Lessons--are Iteiy remomtercd and tho child examination 50 per clearly. leesonB''learned through.iictures, it is claimed. 'good citizenship' Is-.aiso taught by the -visual method and lessons 1n dulyy courage and class spirit are taught the chili in the way appeals to him most strongly Unemployment In Manitoba WINNIPEG, NOT a confer jnce today, held to discuss methods 'of dealing tha vrinter by in- dustry, It was declared that (he nnem- ployment situation in'ManitoHa-is-iiot acute and a decrease is shown this year'when -year's figures. R. !A. Rlgg of the government, em- ployment department, reported.onth> situation .in tho west: lie'-compared of anrl 1020 which show ed, he saul thai unemployment had] increased and Bri-i tiah Columbia, and decreased in Mani toba and Sisi-atchewan The prospects in Manitoba and Saskatchewan not such, ho stated, ns to cause- mediate concern "I A' further coafcrenca be 'held next''Friday and 1 That a raMon for thu pre'gmnt chairman of the council, stated tlial sow highl) nroteld or nitrog -s-s p-c inquiry would br unlil disposes to hairless but uniform and effectiie method 01, in minj cases the corretetlan.pt. tho dealing witn unemployment is arrang balance and constituents of the ration apparently corrects the'-.troublo.vWhlle i thoro are plenty of 'cases to the con- trary in Eastern Canada, the trouble ia usually -scattered Vi'leb anil j'n all likelihood to" malnutrition. Sows lit frequently given; insufficient ex- ercise, loo little vegetable matter, such as clover liay and roots, and little or no mineral mailer, such.a; char- coal, .ashes, carlb, etc; They have'de- pended largely on a moro or lesd high l> proteld ration aborts, bran, eleva tor screenings, etc. What the Scientist Has It has' been proven conclusively, that ths activity of the Thyroid gland-baa a marked effect on tbo developmont of the young, further that the activity ot this glai-.d depends on its Iodine ligatlon ,has shown lhat.la this Iodine content vra.s much Slower during the nonnnl'or usual months of pregnane-y. limn at any btiier.tlme iliir- ing the year. All of tbo above: the hog-man may regard. as- fearful anil wonderful. The fact remains that.the Introduction of iotiine Into' the preg- nant sow'R'ratlon may 1mve.the.effect of causing a normal thrj contrary had been the csice previously. Methods of .prftvchllbn' There Is no way to treat tho affecletl small pig. Prevention only fs possible through the now. I. Feed a light.grain f.8 re tiulrcd, but'balance (t with jiiehty ol clo'Vcr Jiay'ln rackn; anil wilhipitlpci or cooked liunips. mineral feeding n'fdiUnro, .charcoal, noil coal, wood phosphate, earth, sods, etc. Tha lisa of tankage, fish meal, bone meal, etc. is also reccmmcndQd placed where tbo sows may ie'.s The striped large elected suits for .convicts at Kingston Penitentiary are heing replaced by bluish grey.suits. Banking Service for Farmers Our banking fadtoes for formers are as com- plete as eighty-eight years' experience in the agricultural sections of Canada can make them. We maie advances to responsible farmers, cash produce cheques, collecrtale notes when and deposit the money to your credit. In the savings. de- Apartment we allow interest on deposits. Your business may be conducted by mail SB WINNIPEG PIONEER. IN VISUAL EDUCATE WINNIPEG, Man., Nov. 26.-f-Wihr.I- peg Is tho pioneer-city of "Canada In he field of visual The the-1 iry that the child learns inp.re..quick-J thoroughly when tho snbjert. s ilUistitilcd had proven pfacllral in publli schools, KM1 0 I Salton ot .board'Announces. year ago work of thls'_kind wisi begun In odo' of the junfor high] schools Dr Salton leftured week with and moving Farmers' Sons and Daughters Have Great Opportunities To-day They never had belter chances to metkc and to save money.- Now is the time to lay the foundation of future prosperity by cultivating the habit of thrift. There Is a Savings Department at eveVy branch of this bank. The staff will be d'ad to show you fioW'to make your first deposit, THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Lcthbridga Brsh'ch E. MacKay, Manager Brjiriches also at Magrath, Cardston, and Tabcr.. A Good Investment TPHE money you save earns' interest when deposited ia our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open an account THE CANADIAN BANK oir PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUjND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-K, W. Reiht, Manager. War Bond Coupons Gashed'Free: The Merchants Bank will cash all War Loan i coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without mikiag any charge whatever for the service. If you have not a Account, why not use your interest u money to open_one with this Bank I MCRCHANTS DANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CAM ADA lETHBRIDCE BRANCH, STOCK Sob-Agency al Uonaxch open Ertablished 1.884. R J. LethhriJge Poultry Pet Stock Assn. 17thAnnual Show December PRIZE LISTS OUT NOW SHACKLETON, WESTBROOK .Enter now and compete for 7 silver cups; 3 medals, arid over, In .valuable special prizes; 5100.00 In cash prizes donated by fanciers' ofj different varieties. Beautiful ribbons donated fay specialty clubs tpr club members Serid your entries without fall before Pecernber lit ,1920, Show opens Monday, December 6th, ana all birds must be In place before 9k Tuesday, December 7th, 1920 See special cla's for Boys and Girls, open to all under age of 16 J H WESTBROOK, PRE8 305 6th St S, Lethbridge H. C. .GRAHAM, SEC.-TflEAS. ,619 9th St S, LethbrWae. ABOLISH r> D "D V PROLONG FINANCIAL V V W JV JV I YOtJR LIFE A' CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUITY Will DO IT Gives a larger rctum for life than is obtainable from any. other form of investment with absolute secunty. Free _from Dominion Income-Tax. Any person resident or domiciled in Canada over the age of 5 m ay purchase, to begin at once, or at any 1 to be paid in morthly or quarterly instalments. Any may purchase jointly Emp'oyers may purchase for their employees' postmaster, or write, postage free, to S. T.- BaMedo, Supehntende'nt of Annuities, Ottawa, for ntw booklet and other uiTormation required Mention age last birthday BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT HEAD OFFICE, CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUTHORIZED TO ACT A'S EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE GENERAL-FINANCIAL AGENTS AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE UNDER BANK- RUPTCY ACT Your May have all the qualifications to act as Executor under your he may die.' Would you care to have hiiti replaced by someone, over whose selec- tion you have no control? A Trust Company does not.djeiind is the ideal modern Executor. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET'S TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited 220 STH AVE, WEST ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR ;