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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1917 rim PACK SIT tCONOMlCAL F.NISHING Of many Localities, towevar. an clflta- AT pREflFNT FEED PRICES. lor by-pfoducl VtHWii as screenings, may nOit lie purcjiasfa. Further Information concerning the- distribution ol this material may be (Dominion Experimental Firms Note) In chooslni feeds (or f-uenlne concentrates may. In of high reveals tbe followiug cou- prlccs, be limited and full benefll de- ailments: Wild buehwlwal. bro- rUed from Ibe former cheap, home- ken wheat, oars and flax. weed produced feeds. With a KMonifele seeds, cbaff. In view of the mount ot wheat middlings, ihorls or weed seeds present It should bo r.a ground oats, good growthy pigs may finely ground as possible. Ihus be produced. For Ihe finishing Experimental evidence, as afforded period, however, a more concentrated. feedioR testJ, at ihe Central Kjifdly fattening ration Js re- Kiperijuental (arm, would EO to prove i. quired. The swine-feeder at once asks can I profitably finish hogs at Iced this material Is ot considerable value. During lie winter of 1914-15. _ _ _._ in MJ experiment calculated to throw Ccrn. barley, oats, middlings and on ihe value as a bog-teed of ihorLs aro possibly the five most elevator as represented slrable grains anil meals for hogs In by ihe various grades of screenings, Eastern Canada. I buckwheat compared fav- WJib corn at froru JSS to perlorabiy with a standard meal end milk (on. barter S5C, oats at approxi- j raiicn. Two o( tho rfciions compared and with lhe two former i were as- follows; No. 1. shorts, 3 meals most difficult to pans; corn, 3 parts; oil meal, 1 tart; cheaper grain roust be used fn ihe stlui milk. N'o. 2, finely ground IsbtnK radon. Wheat middlings and buoAirliea' screenings plus sklm-milK. ihorU. oven icougn high in price entering Inlo lhe delalls of (515 must be relied this lest (see Experimental Farms He- vpon tor the major part ot the meal D0rl. Vol. I. 1915) it may be stated rallon. At lhe above price middlings {that luc riffs feu uucliwneat screen- offers digestible nutrients ot a lower j ings, not so fat as those fed net per ton thnn any one ot regular meal ration and standing pains previously mentioned. By ue' therefore slightly lower fn iota! geins, vubi 'Is meant ihe ioial cost of the siqod first In economical; production digestible nutrients, less tban man-jper 100 pounds sain. the meal value. ration valued M J1S per .on (1915 Oats or barley, part, shorts and prices) and the buckwheat screenings middlings, .two "parts, with some milk ai (uomJoal) the cost per pound product, or lacking the latter, tea gain was 4.7 cents in tho case ol tbe ceni.-nil meal, should apply ccon-[ ujes red the former niui cents lor omlcal' R growing ration as is gcnor-1 ihose fed the latter ration. Oa the ally available. With lhe likelihood of octuaL prices paid or charged for meal material drop In the prire of oals skim-milk aud roots, and figuring on end tha more problematical prospect f tie.basis'ol total gains produced by uf cheaper corn, when the crop lots.- buckwheat screenings showed'a comparative value of WILD CARROT KILLS ANIMALS Edmonton BulMlu: Tho plaul known as the wild carrot and some- times as iho hemlock weed Is nispou- stbte for the poison Ice or a consider- able number ol rMlia in Northern Al- berta Ihla (all. The provincial au- Ihoriiles are receiving many com- plaints from widely pcattered localI- la many casei the owners ol the oiied cattle thick that they are the victims ol some enemies, who hsve purposely (he animals and one or (wo lively neighborhood feuds have Leen slaritd In The IJC Ste. Anne diflrkl suffered from a severe visitation, cattle dying. Thursday It waa report- led irom Lake that 3S cattle bad'been poisoned and OEO o( tbe government vets started In hijrry for ihe nffected locality, while the pro- vincial police commented an InveslP gatlon. Recently a case ol caltle pot- sonlng from this cause'was reported In South Edmonton. Tho reason for Ihf greatly Incrras- CH! iiumbcr of poisonings from this cause Is tho unusually dry fall. Tbe wild carrot grows abundantly on the edges of sloughs acd water courses, snd the drying up of' these place? enables tho cnttlo to get at the roots of tho plant, which, on account of its sweetish taste. Lhey aro (oud of eat- ing. Only the rools of the wild car- rol are poisonous to caltle and usually Iho Tools cannot be reached. This year Is an exception, hence the unusu- ally Urga number of rases of poison- ing. The only ihiQg to he done is to the cattle an ay from the sloughs and other places where the weed abounds until tine ground 'freises up and the roots cannot be reached. Makit Oonatibos Plowing Outfits Have lo Our Own Coalhurat, Ocu local min- ers' union held a public mectlns on evening to couilder the of Red Cnjaa work. Tho resi- dent of the Heil Cross Society address- ed the meeting after which the local consmmea Lo take ncllou. Atler considerable discussion U was decid- ed 10 officially authorise the manage LethbrldKe -where- ete will slay tor (be wluler- The monthly of the com- of Ihe local Bed was held In Ib6 church ou Wednesday. Mrs. J, D, VM "elected, suuer.n- .Undent of eupLiHea for tha couiluj year nail a revolution of her past sfrrJces was placed QD, rec- ord, ArrtnEemeuti were nmcto [or the encclal next week (or tho British Red Cross Society; In this con- la addition lo an effort the ladles are making, tickets bolng told for the radio or a camera. Dona- tions this week Include tho follow- ing: T. W_ Croft. Tho CroK threshing crew, per T. W. Croft. JM; .Mr. Vines. J5; S, ColUne, 53; E.JA. Dlion. C. Durt. J. T. and P. H. Perclval (1 each. A large dqnUton of magazines, etc., was also received from Mr. R..SH-anson. Tho secretary meat of Ihs Colliery to deduct 50cljjr, A, Currle, h eendlng lorirftTd per month from each mau'a t conalinment of mazarines neil week and will be glad to receive thorn up to Saturday. October Those trho have books and magazines lo ppare aro requested to lurn them In to Mr. Currle at the baftY. have pleasure in welcoming moves, tbe above ration could be Im Corn, shorts, and oats, cgual skia-mllk Is an eicelJently baLiaced ration. The addition ot corn even cs a small proportion, to the thoris. middlings. Alm-raflk ration Improve it as a finish- ins ration. Corn, must, however, re- duce materially In price to lie cou- an economical hog-fccd. At the present lime feed, wheat, aa procurable in Wesleru Canada, forms en hog-feed, as has already been "well demonstrated. To tbe more branch of the' comprising Central ?.nd "jalern sections (his par- J Saskatchewan, Manitoba and North- tic is not generally available. western Ontario. per The would be vised In mating inquiry Into, this par- ticular, teed, the eastera, distribution o[ which 'is controlled by the Lire Stock Branch at Ottawa. From the latter source further announcements may be expected In the near future. J. Howard CfocVer has been offered tbe secretary-3blp ot the Central West! Ino local lied Cross society. Many of tbe men desired n larger subscription.: and hare signified their wHHafneJS to luore Ihnn so that tho results will greatly augment the fundi ol lhe .Society. ID "recognition of the miners' >ctlon ttey were nulhoriied to elect a representative to servo on tho commlllee of (he local brauch aud St. Vessettl. president of the local, vras elected to tho ofrice, Mrs. Campbell arrived on Friday to Join her son Colin Campbell. ''.Mr. and Mrs. W. j, liouerlspn of West Lelibridge hive taken up resi- dence In Coalhurst tits wee's. Wort on the ntviv hospital has been started, Mr. Campbell betog the con- tractor. IIr. Jack Macdonald, of Calgary, was a visitor this week vlth his parents Mr. add Mrs. Flolay Macdon- aid.' THE FIXED PRICE OF WHEAT. i r The Edllor the Herald. Dear learn Ihroush the press and sources" 111 it there are'a great niinibc'r of farmers in different parts of our provlnce'who are very much dissatisfied ivlth the actlou of the grain superiors Itt'sel- Uns.the price ot ;our wbcal and Tor not taking action on all other commodities Lbat bas a direct bearing on the' cost of producing Now, sir, I believe U Is up to those tanners to get together la Hetr re- spective locals'" and .discuss thlvmftl- ter ILorougblj- With (heir brollier memters who look at this matlerjtiom a dtflereDt point of view and th'en de- [lecmlne whetheV thej- havo ,a' iast (Frotn Our Own CflrrtJooBdtntl .Migralh. Oct. nest suntr ever Is what sll tho people 6ix who ata at the lied Cress on Wed- nesday evening. A largo crowd lu'rni ed out .and patronlied the local branch aud helped in raising money fur the British lied Cross fuud. About vas taken In (or the supper and dance, some little expense will bo titan ol anil Hio bnltuce will bo sent al c'uce la aid of Ibe British Bed Cross. The annual meeting or. the Red Cross was Ueld on Wednesday even- Inc. The noanclttl and work report was read aud accepted. All lue. offic- ers were re elected and praised [or WANT BE-INSTATEMr-NT, Melbourne, Autlralla, Oct. Pouter's Otlavil [or- ier crew of au Interatiti tturaer re tor relnitaUmenl. Ther to 1Q Aboard whcu told 'ibo flreinon taliwij shll' e'detntlbn laefenpon decided not to uiploy- uttkinlsii tiywnere In AUB- rallr unUl Wler bad proMldeJ. bit at (be abOTC-mtnllou- (learner lo work with BOB? unionists whenever back tQ Coalhurst Mr. and Mrs. MOB- ets were re-eiectett ana praisea ior som, who hEvo decided to make their oscelienfwrk they -were doing bore occe more. "d ?32 Mr. Uavey. nnd family have sold their effects this week and will soon leave for Washington, where he has purchased hair a section of land. Mr. Tbos. Loclte, of Coalhurst, has leased the farm formerly worked by Mr. Dav- cy. Geo. Taylor, ot Lethbrfdgo, Is tho owner of Iho [and. Owing to iho very dry weaUior Ibis week n number of ploughing oulflls have had to quit work. This Is" un- as farmers ,had hopes of doing considerable fall work In prcp- j oration for spring. The stork baa been very busy late- y and during the last week has mado grievance or not I think this would [nO ]esa than threo visits to CoalbursL be more manly than lo criticize the j Mr. anj Domfnlc Eobora and Mr. supervisors, who 1 am convlnc-i yiliLE YOU AKE IN GOOD HEALTH APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE, TO ,INSURE YOUR DIRECTIONS HEINQ CARRIED OUT WITHOUT FEfH OR FAVOR. .YOUR ESTATE, W'LL BENEFIT BY 6UR EX- PERIENGE AND RCSPONtlBILITY. BOOKLET ON WILLS BY REQUEST, The Trusts and Guarantee Company, lifflltntl Calgaryi Alberta, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAlP ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE. HAT, CALOARY, RED DEEH; STETTLER, FOODSTUFFS The of foodsluffa which OreJl Britain tan purchtx In, Canada upon the amount of money which the Canadian efnmerrl can Imperial Trtatury, thlt naln Uftn you placing your uvlngs at the dltaotal of tfii Oovernnnrrt by aub- AND LOCAL BOND HOUSE The British Canadiau Trust Co. LETHIRIDOE, AUBERTA 315 fIFTH STREET SOUTH ;