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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIG1IT THK DAILY HEIULD SATURDAY, OCTOBER tt, 1910 University Is Preparing Grade Steers to Show at Chicago International New Plan Has Met With General and Many Alberta Breeders Have Offered Pick of Their'Calves for The Department of Animal Husbandly. OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER A NEW BREED OF SHEEP (By A. 'A. DOWEUU. Professor ol Ant- Esi Husbandry, UnlrersUr of Albert 5. 1 All. IAD; attended (lie meeting ot tie JUberta Caltle Breeders' associa- csir, of breeder and Ihe breed- ing would agaLQ be shown on suitable framed cards. All calves will be shown oUier words each -will siind on Us own merits. ivhe- are acquainted -wllli con- the United Stales reillta tion at April Trill be famil- iar with moat of the details !B connec- tion irlli the proposed plin of sending [fait our neighbors to tie soiili not an exhibit ot fat iteers, -cred and fed acquainted irilh He class of cattle tbat tn Alberta, lo 1920 Chicago clo os raised In restera Canada. They liltional fat slock show. At that time i naTe considered It lirgelt as n place 11 was pointed out by the representa- of tbe University of Alberta that lie animal husbandry dmsoa bad for some time been carrying fcesf Eleers for the regular class room ]udi- lag tben liter exhibiting a few Of stfpra at the Edmonton spring fat stock shows. It was felt that this wort could be made more rateable to the province, at large If, Instead of us- lnE ordinary steers, animals of higher merit could be obtained, la any case the cost of labor, feed and housing would be practically the same, though sufficient funds were not jfallable to bny tbo best In the various breeders' herds. In taltiog the matter ovef privately irith a few individuals It became.evi- dent that those men, maay of whom were not in a position to do their own fitting and showing, were willing :o donate calres outright to the unirer illy if that institution would prepare and eihibit those animals in such way as to prove an advertisement to the parties concerned. Consequenlly the following plan was submitted to and approved by the Alberta Cattle Breeders' associatioa: The nniTerflly was in a position lo furnish the necessary labor, feed nurse cows and housing to carry aboul live steer calves o[ the three leading to sell surplus breeding stock. IT the steers in tbe exhibit make a creditable showing In Chicago it should prove P.D eiceltent ndverlisemenl lo Iha breed- ers ol the calves eihlblted as well HS producers and farmer In al, noi only in Alberta but the whole of vestem Up to the present lime calves have been ottered by the following breed- ers: M. Mace, High River; Jno. Davidson, Coaldale; Frank CoUlcut. Crosstield; Ceo. E. Fuller, M.Joapore; Curtis Cattle Co., Shep- herd; Pym Droa% .Mirror: W.W. Smith, Catnrose; M. Abater, Lelghton; Wra. McRac. Calgary; S. Downle, Car- stairs; O.-A- Hoggs, Daysland. Aberdeen E. Xoad. J. F, Day, Red Deer; C. H. lUchard- soc. Bowden; Gen. Jackson. Cheadta; J. II. Morrison fc Sous. Benller; J. J. Ball, lElay; Tbo5. Knowles. Irma; E. Messervey, Loughceti; A. Morris, Czar; Canada Laud and Irrigai'.on Co, Medicine Hat; Sam Pritcbard, Cam rose; Chas. Edmonton McGregor, H. Bird, Youngstowa; Clemens Bro5_ Sedge- wick; A- W. and A. V. Juggins, minster; LoftUB Dickson, lonisfree. S. Fonler, available for class-room work for the two seasons preceding the date of EDOTT. Prior to the dsle of "how- Ing a committee shall be appointed by tach breed association- to eliminate calves which, In Ihelr. Jadement. do not show sufficient promise to send Jo lie At tiat lime of exhibition UIB name and ftge ot the Sheep at Vermilion. Alberta. (2) Group of Yearlings in Feeding Experiment. An interesting eiTH-rlment is being out In SouLtoni Albena. -Au Is being lo Devolve an sn- tlrely new bnjcd.a( slieep. .The loan who for QiLi iexperi- menl is R. 6[ Alberta, wbo for mauj; .years baa been one ol lie torcmost slitepinen In tte proTlnce. Mr. llarye.v be- lieves he can evolTc an cnUrcly new treed of sheep. Which will be particu- larlj ire 11 suited to condl- lions, both from s. mutton as well as a wool standpoint For many years te bzs been eiperlmenlms .Trlth the .NamTHJuillei ranis and Rciunej ewes, tnd type b beiog bred up bv a careful -elactlon of ihe breed- ing ewes from Ibis croaa. Every two years will sea a Etop lorvrard toward the new tjpe, ind AS U Kill take sli crosses lo Us It, the whole process will lake eleien years- I'Jaoa and charts bare been drawn up, and a set of registration bocks Is being; opened In the animal hus- bandry branch ol tbe Department ol Agriculture at Ottawa lo tract of lie -various families ot the. new breed, so that ibcre maj be no in- and Ultimately no dilflcul- ly ID reKistcrlng the type, Mr. Harvey la well qualified Inr bis great task. He Is reputed Lo b? the owner of the largest Hock ot rure-ired Rc-mncy-Marsh Ehetp on Ihe .American conilncnl, his flock consisting ol more tban tour hundred rejisieretl animals brouRh} together T.'lthont tssard lu from z.11 ol tie world. Besides these, he has a lerge number of Kamboiillkt rams and thousands c( Last ypar the wool from his Romney- Ramboulllct crossbreds wis sold on. the American marliel lor the high. averajev price of cents a pound on A consignment ot 100.090 As biyh as TS'i cenls a pound TFJLI, paid Tor bis Tine stapled wool. I Every man, woman and child can save. Every one ihpuldsSve. Every ambitious person does save. The Savings Department of tie Standard Bank of Canada affords every facility for aid- ing you to save, THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA j.c. SCOTT MANAcm 7JTH STBEET NOrtTH tistrocbl-, HtiMt'l Specific. t will an witfcoul pttri or optt- For H ill Drug- by J. D. HlSlntothlm 4 Co, Limited, OruHliU Leihbridge, Alti. J.W; JIM OlfTM905Tf TOrVOPfTO OfTT ioun Shorlhorni teslinz these namely; yield anil qnalitr of threshed grain, length and strength ol straw, compactness ol iead so tlat It will not shatter in the wind, and "one thai the awns drop from readily at hairest time. TJie trpes under test aro tha sii- rowed, and "beardless bar- ley. Of tb'eYI. tie liro-rowed sorts have glren the heaviest yields and the beardless barley the lowest' yield- Five varieties have been under test for seven, years. O( Ihe sli-rowed O.A.C. Nb.'31 has given the beaVlesl yields ond ol the two-rowed sorts, the Duckbill ihc best returns vnlh an average for seven years ol Ibs. ol Brain., H Tias_ on an .ayefj of_ Saskatchewan. age required six days longer lo ma- ture than the O.VC. No. SI. Of Iho more recent inlroductlon, Charlolle- No. 30 has given filr retarns but not equal to Ihe DucKbjll. The selec- tion of Albert niade'by the Dominion, cereallsl has ripened unusually enrly hut the yield has been ucproftlaDly low. -The Odessa and Iho Ilnonchen havo been tested out for the first lime; this season and ihfr Hanochen, a two- rowerl sort, lias given Ihe hlghesl oi ali the barleys under test, ivIUi Duckbill a close second. Tlje Hannchcn Is a special selection ol this variety made by the field hus- bandry department ot the. University ARE-YOU AWAKE? Harry McN'air, ot Ellsworth Me Xa'r, Chicago, a firm which -has sold over-a quarter of a million horses hin the past five years, is ledgcd Authority on horse markets. April 29. 1919, herald: breed Iheir.good mares, weighing HC-0 pounds or.prer, lo sound dralt stallions of ton'type, and irho feed the col la so-that they j make good, sound' draft ere; weigh- Ing pounds or over at malurlty, will get prkee (or before the? nra HFB years old. Prices on big, sound drafters' will record-breaking pr'ces before reach halfj pure brei Shorlhorn calf red here on the uniTerslly'farm, has een added to Ihe steer herd.''This alf, dropped in May was sired by Vic- Supreme, 126250, and out of Emma late spring call.will soon be lipped from the Geo. Line company's 10rthorn hfcrd at High River. Selection made to dale include six erefords, fire Aberdeen Angus and ne Sborthom. 444.4 44 444444 4 "START THE POULTRY YEAR RIGHT i J decade rolls by, the men who [all j to the opportunity only regrets ID harrest !n future." Dreed your good dralt. mares and hold last to the young drafters you. (javc. non'l let the, clamor ot thoughtless disturb, you. The draft horsfr has been lo oblivion' at least .three different times in the j last century alone, but there la more need for good drafters today at, any lime In histors'. Professor Hapdschin of the Illinois experiment station has but recently made public Ihe results of seven years' cost studies on Illinois farms, 'conclusions briefly are lhat on Head Office Capital Authorised Capitil Paid Up Incorporated IBS? Montreal Y Reserve Tbtil Asset! President, Sir Herbert S. flolt. VIcti-Prealdent and Dlreclbr, 13. L. Pease. General JlaragEr. C. E. Nelll.. Supsrrlsor of Central Western; Brandies, Robert Campbell. LOArJS ON LIVE will make literal Advances to Jtiu-iFB In Elandlcg lor the purchflso oE live 'lock, or to provide Iced II tto present ol catllc acil hogs can be finished anil marketed. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES R. Jl. Hanson, Msgrath J- K. AtWnson. Jlanagcr Cards'on................................... W. R. McKar, Manaser Tabcr W. Doniti, farm (Experimental Farms Note.) The poultry year siould begin Not- furnish the most efficient and moat _ profitable source of farm, thai on farms Over lhat site. 75 peri cenL of the vork will sill] he moall mbev 1st- At that time the old stock jefficletujy done by horses. hould be culled out the cockerels Ninety per cent, of all farms in the Ivided trom Ilia pulleta and th? pul- els selected from tha Mock and pul nlo "winter quarters. Don't Keep Old Kent Only the of those hens (bet are one and a half years old elioulfl be United States arc tinder 2CO acres In size. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Dlnsmorev 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ff kept Most ol U.era with all Ibe oiler one) shoulrt tiare been disposed o[ bstrX flpring.but In case this not done' do with them adw. Eren If tber were culled then, go over them no? and ICQ that nothing lhat will cot produce [3 retained. Cull lh'e Early Moultcn In (electing the hens that you In- tend to keep do not take IhoEe birds Ilia I are looking clean and well leath- ered but rather those lhat ire more or TESTS OF VARIETIES OF BARLEY (Knpe'rlmerital Farms" Xolel Barley grow'ng haa nol blthorto proven popular In N'orlhwcalern Sas- [kal'chewa'n. mainly for the reasons that Ihe yleMa have fiol ttcn lo those from wheat or oats thai VALUABLE PAPERS Safety Deposit Boxes of this" Bank offer security for valuable papers, documents and other effects. The rental of one of these boxes is very moderate and 'protects you against loss by fire or theft THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE lejg ehtgjy In appearance. The one3 that are allll moulting, thay the laytra; thoae that hava moulted and have A nlse new coat'of (ealhcrs were not penlalenL'layers. They quit lir- Ing too. loon and had nothing to do but groT fealhera. This explains LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK KIVER BRANCH barley la a more difficult crop harrest owing lo -Ihe beards to Ihir-fihorl slraw which maheg Jt fllf- la bind Enlo compact bundles, In the comparative tpsls orf tbe Scott Station 0. A. C- No. 21 barley hai rinly given Pn average yield for a per'od nf seven %ea.ra of 137S Ibs. R. T. BRVWMER, M.n.gtr J. 11.5. COKDOM, Man.Rtl J.V. STEEL, Man.ger their new coat before their Kyhereaj In the fume periM the aver- more, Induslrous asters. yieM for wheat ,3 1622 Esrly Pullete lfcs. ,ile fiM ,or Early Pullets Beit .Select 11 wintef'layera, the well-matured These should be j f, carefully handled, put Info (heir own honse, led well portunity to prodace. every op- that arc but balf or ami tiie arerase field (or llanner 2295 The barley has an ad- Age In that II matures In a slightly shorter season. The number of days required for maturing O. A. C. Xo. 2rbarKiy Is 111 days: for Marquis wHeat and for Manner (hat will not bo matured for months I cats li': day.i. yo( ahoald be culled oat wllh cork-1 with B ,fcn- (o teturinB some varle erels, crate fed and Such' tits of barley that will produce heir- pullet) bill of expense all winter end should not be kept on any excuse. ler yields, promising aorla have henn Introduced into Ihe experiments frorn ,tlrne to time nntil at the present time ftti Surplus j there arc eleven v.irlel'es under lest jNo raatter wnat claaa of birds that, and a varidtica as Drewcra are nulled out for market, II will black Japan havo been dropped lo finish them before killing. Kvenioul. wllh ilgb prices ot feed one Four tnain factor? are Icoltcd tor I Protection and Profit When money is in a.Savings Account In Tho Merchants Bank, it is absolutely Kafa from loss, a3 far as you are concerned. All Ihe time itisherc, it is earning interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care 01 money. Don't carry unneeclc'd sums on your, person of iwie them at homrf. Protect lliem against loss, llie.ftnnd fire by opcnintr a saving THE MeRCHANTS BANK Hud Office :Monlrcil. OF CANADA Andrew Carnegie Ona of tha world's rloheat men wu the BOD of a poor Scotch weaver. He early learned the of economy. At the ago of IO he saved e. fow enough'to buy a box of wbloh he quickly peddled at a. profit of 1OO per cent- v While yet a young he managed through thrift ;to acpumulate vhloh ha Invested. His Drat divi- dend Inspired the'remark- able achievements of later years'. _ But the aeed of hla pros- perity wno sown .whon he began hla first savings. We Invite your Btv tacount.' UNION BANK OF CANADA RESOURCES OF IIS3.000.000 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Dunbar, Muiager Branches also ot Cnrdstoit Baront AwKlttnl Board cl UM Royal Academy of Muic (lie Royal College of Music IDHDON, ENCLUiD. EuMlulieu in Muic U Brituk Enpiff rA TJtO.V, Mi, Utlmt, Ifc, PIUSIDUfTt DISEASES from out tint jour proflu. poultry thoroughly with Ih sanlUxr. odora, KUJ4 rvrrnj. Rlda tha quuten of lice. ILES Cause' ITa'hy nnd you can pour all the patent -medicines down your throat that. moaeyj can you can salves or. so-called pila cures to your heart's con-. Yet you TvHf NEVER he rid of such coiiditions um all this is tliat n'dihing yon hftye'ever done lias given yon permanent I PILES'MAY I__1 CA 'Ji NOW, WILL 70U UKKH '-THIS STATEMBNT? WE KILL, AND NATURE REMOVED ntn' ctjt ot PILES thai we handle, with a mild ELECTRICAL CURRENT, or yqu Neefl Nol Donate One CenL No IOIH OE conflnemcnt to lifd. t-rom one hour In simple oises to 10 days In ytry ttd catei for DESIRED. RESULTS. H you carfl come. Dtpt L H.' MENTION THIS PAPER. DaS. AXTELL THOMAS OhiropraAors and Electro-TherapeototB. 503 McGreevy Block, Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Cockshutt Potato Diggers Large Capacity, Ample Power, Perfect Separation. The liberal lisa ot hlgb carbon ateel in tho construction of this mat-bine Is a guarantee ot long llfo, loir upkeep cost and the reduc- lion of annoying field delays to a minimum. 1262 1il Aver.we Soiilh, Phoni LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCir BRANCH, DARONS AND NOBLEFORD BRANCHES, Eslabliilicd BINNING, Manager.' D. R. M.itKAY, Manager. M. A. KILPATRICK, WHY-MAKE'A WILL? By not making a Will the owner of properly and chattels surrenders his right lo dispose, of'it as he thinks fit. Appoint this Company as your'Executor on ac- count of its Experience, Responsibility; Economy and j Continuity. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTORS 315 FIFTH STREET 3. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Few Men Desire To Undertake Tho proper ndmlnltirallon of all Eslalo It no fitj laik. Jf pul on (he ibouMers of in Individual, It demand! in Amount of llmo nnrl