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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETimmnGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, ITEMS OF INTEREST TO FARMER Rendering Hogs Immune to Hog Cholera (Canadian i lv rk is sufF.rknl to iufeoc a The tollowfae questions Horn a kalehewan deal a have orismateJ uadoubleJly ng velopmouts ItriHe Blairs wlih the serum Irestment. at- tention has. been given U1 ihc double Ireainicnt, as Is cJaiuicJ to immun- ize There LSS been a oiffenanco o( opinion as to ilie eflicacy ol (he dou- ble ircalmer.i !Q rendering hogs im- mune to liog cbtftcrj. Dr. Torranrif does uoi Jjfputc ihe Immuuiiaiiou ihc- ory, but slates Uiai.the disastrous eults thai liave bccastohally attended the administration or the double treat- ment is the chief reason why this treitnient Is not permitted la Canada. The Questions anil !ho reply explain the situation ,as u refers 10 Canada, and are as follows: AllSRAffllS A 1. Kfl5 the use of rbolera sen- na, as used in Ibe L'niled Slates, pro TCQ a success as an immuntiinE agenl ,.M_ ___ ___ the coutract'-on of lie disease? I >iODjay under tie direction of thq wo- 2. And. If so; does the "lnsiituta_ Thl? is ihe fifth an- DoUla MeJdrum. Vegetable- Marrow: 1. [forton; Allen Holiday; S. Ernesi 1'oulsen, 1 tul'bxrj given 1. Krcd 2, Herbert Cope. C'rouk nork squash: I. Vera Miller; 2, Kae S, Lo'i-'ti Miller, S.iUafy: l, DoroUjy Coue, I'arAlcj: 1. XartSjsa -Merxlev; CbrU Auilww. Grc.'ii tomatoes: 1, Tlowl Hatching; 1. Hall I'oulseu- 3. Ciift Merkley. J. Onve rarklwon; itedtjhes; 1. Ircia Per fry roiilsen; X Ulaucbc Shclum. Winter Radishes: I, IleoJ Bennett. Lettuce: I, Ulant-ko Shellou; 2, Ircra Pearle; 3. Eldi Boiie. Swede Turnips: 1, Gladys Pyrah; 2, Ernest roulneu; 3. Herbert Cope. White Turntus: 1, Fred Srodrturd; 2, HoIl I'oulsen; 3, Powll. I'i.'kllnf onions: Irela Soarlo. Galons, any variety: 1. Reed Ben- Itert onions: J, Hose Dennett; 2, Chris. Anderson. Yeltow onions; 1, Sleelo BluueL; 2, Dorma Powell; 3. Heed Bcuneil. Parent's: J, Reod Beuacti; Reed HacMae- Deans In pod: l. Cliff Merhley; 2, Dorofty Cope; 2, Jos. Crltchfield, Shelled beans: 1. Ida Spencer, Sugar beets: J, Dcwey Hudson. bccis: 1, Herbert Cope; 2. (Prom O-jr Own OCKS Magraili, SepL best exhibl-, tfon of Con-erg and vegetables ever Ernest PouUen: 3. EWft Hone. shown in Magraih was the children's Tr.ble beets: i, Ue-niia Powell; flower and vegetable fair, held last fleet! Bcnneil: 3. DCTVPV Hudson. of Canada allow Ihe-impQTlBtton Into Canada ol hos cholera serum manu- factured In Ihe United Stairs under Iho Eupervislnn ot the Bareau of -Ani- mal 3. If FO, oF Epresfling; the disease while attempting to iih-j muniie herds of s'wia'e. These "disas- j lers became so frequent tbat'.in'sruDe of the States the'method pf doable has been prohibited -by QUA) fair Mrgraih and is the best yet. Abaut 51-S will be paid to Ihe children In prizes and they are to be compliment eel on the beautiful showing of flowers and vcselsblw the children hsre helped, to care for. This a fine way to get children interested in gardening and ivc regret ibat every person in ibo could not see the beautiful display. Following is a of the priie winners; Collection of grown by lady: l, Mrs. Rasmussen; 2, .Mrs. Collection of vegetables grown by child; 1. Heed Bennett; 'J, Hall Foul- Potatoes, any rariety; 3, Elsie Cope. Potatoes, red; 1. Herbert Cope; 2, Reed Hacking; 3, CUE Berkley. Potatoes, white: 1, Clarke Critcii- field; Vera Miller; 3. Elda FJone. Six leeks: 1. Rose Bennett; 2, Chris. Anderson. Peas in .Pod: I. Glen Gurncy; Alice Hall PoulEea. Bhubarb: "l, Ernest Poulsen; 2, Celery: 1, Hall Poulsen. Pickling cucumbers: I, Rcsc Cc-n- nert: 2, Alnw Hferker; 3, Herb. Cope. Short cucumbers: 1, Kecil Bennett; 2, Cliff Merkley. x Loug cucumhera: 1, Rose Bennett; 2, Elsie Harkcr; 3, Squaw coru: 1, Ernest Poulsen; Irota Searle. I ccrn: J. Glen Gurney; 3, i Allen Holiday; 3, Slcele Ommcl. j oihcirf. 1, Kerb. Cope; Rose liennetl; 3, Ernest Poulsen. Carrots, half lour: 1, Herb. Cops; Lola Cook; 3, Irela Searle. Carrots, long: 1. Herb. Cope; 5, Reed Bennett; 3, Chris. Anderson. ReJ cabbise: 1, Rose Renaett, FM cabbage: 1, Reed Bennett; Alia Pyrah. French marigolds: 1, Ernest Palm-' er; 2, Percy Poulsen; 3, Earl. Largest aster: 1, Percy Paulson; 2, Rnsraussen; Hall Poulsen. Calendula marigolds: 3, Blanche Shetton. Canterbury 1, nachel Rsjinus- sen. Salplglosis: 1, Rachel 2, Phyllis Palmer; 3, Ernest Poubaeu. Lilllcs: I, Ilosso IJcnuell. 1, Ariulntn Knrl; 2, Ha- Slacks: l. Florence Parkinson; 2, drammondl: 1, Eraesl Pout- een; 2. Pliylta Paluitr; 3. Koso IJeu- soli; 2. Oleau SliiRlo petunias: 1. IMauche Sbelton: 2. Ernest Palmer; 3. Ueunett. J, lleetl Dc-nnetl; 'J, Percy TouUcu; 3, i'hylls Paluirr. Mlxod ujarlgolda: 1, Rachel Rasoius- sen; 2, Louie Maiklo. African marigolds: 1. Hose Uennclt; MiBnonetto: 1, Rachel Rastuiissen; NYlnoiu Karl; 3, Ernes' Poulsen, Snapttragou: 1, BJatiche Shellon; 2, Phylls P.ilmer; J, Herd llenueti. Kir.nlas: 1, Ireta. Searle: Palnier; 3, line he I Itasmnssen. African daisy: i, Ernest Palmur; 2, Phylis Palmer. Shasta daisy: 1. Ernest Poulsen; 2, de Wood; 3. Hall Voulsrn. English ilatslc-a: I, TwlUa lllumel; 2, Phylls Palmer. CarnalloDs; 1, Myrtle ParWnson. Golilen glow- 1. Earl; 2, Percy Poulsen; 3, Rachel HaEnmtscn, Everlasting flowers: 1, Rachel Ras- Scablons; 1, Percy Ponlscn, Chrydnnthcinums: 1, Hotvard Wood; 2, Ilae Wood; 3. Phyla Palmer. CliryiinlQGraums, nnmial: J, D. Shell OQ. Nasturtiums: 1, Ernest foulscn; 2, Glen Gurney; 3, Ernest Palmer. The nse ot the 'Joeram alone" melh- od Is not aLtended by this danger oif dlEscminatinE the disease. The serum contains no active virus of the disease and cannot possibly' convey iL .Tbe drawback is lhat the immunity produc- ed by scrum alone is of comparatively short duraL'jQ, lasting not longer than j two or three months. We are nslog serum for the purpose M hoga "wliich have been! exposed to the Intedjon of hog cbol-1 era by contact Tilth; hogs suffering' it, or by proclmlLj to such bogs, j Hogs immunized In this way are Ijold I In quarantine until such time as the outbreak IB well under control and the Immunized have teen auffclently fattened to be profiUbly slaughtered. Our eip'erlenee with tblg method of ceallng'T'-ith thai large numbera of hogs which formerly itere Elaugntered as contacts, at a complete loss ID Ihe connlry, are ROW I saved and form part ol our food re-J Krarcea. Wo continue- (o: slaughter Uogsf sre Tlslbly. affetted wllh hog No method has yet been foond ol saying these hogs. The dis- ease Is of such virulence that SO or 50 i per cent, ol [hem irlll die if Ihe dls-j Ja allowed to lato ils course. The Jew recoveries become immune Tiers oT the disease and are Ihc most, dangerous source of Infection. They I are the "Typhoid .Maries" of tbe dig-1 ease, and while showing no Indication thai they are themselves affected, nre dlsscmmatlng the disease, and will in- fect v.-hcncrer they coine fn contact, We do not permit any veterinarians to use sfirum. There would be no ob- ject In this, beesuse'seruni it not uscrl except ID tue buppresaicm of actual out- breaks. The Inspectors of Ihe depart-1 MODI have ol necessity to lake charge i? thla and they arn the proper persons to use the scrum. Our rules for the Importation of5 SWIDD require lhal awlnc must not hate been Immunized by.the dou'olei 'ucLhod, musl not come Irom.a dfstricl J In which hog cholera nearer than and must uodergo ihlr- ty rtays' quarantine on arrival al our quarantine station. These regulations hare lieen adopled ag for protection of Canadian hogs, and1 have so far been eHeclual In p'ro-Tenl-l llic Importation o[ the disease, nearly! all ojlbrcaka in thla country arising' from garbage feeding. I think I have explained lo you haw 11) Is occurs, but lest yo-j have forgotten, 1 would say that Canada la Importing large quanll- Uc3 of American pork, some of v.hkh tcred In the early stage ol LhVdisease, When no. changes have place In the appearance of the meal, which votUd enable the inspector to detect Jtg prtsencc- Some of Ihls pork un- doubtedly Is consumed Jn Canada, por- tions; of K finding their way uncooked lo Itid Rvbage can, and jmy Lfentanl- reach hog. .11 hGR jiroTOd exp.. cilr por'tlbi of For One Rumely Separator 32-52 WITH FEEDER, WIND STARTER-AND AUTOMATIC REGISTER-', INO "WEIGHER. COMPLETE WITH ALL BELTS, INCLUDING DRIVE BELT. Also a 1000 bushel Steel Granary Bargain ALLAN JACK PHONE 15-J4 Kerosene Tractor For Sale Absolutely new 12-2-1 Tractor far sale at reduced price. Thli machine is covtred by factory guarantee. Will -handle three plows or 24 Inch separator. We send an expert to instruct pur. chaser- Terms will be given to reliable party. BOX 14, IIEUALD ,Indian jiluljs: Krnrst 1'almor; Florence 1'grkluson; 3. Smlili, Single cosmos: i. Alma llarki-r; 2 Lucllo Puulson: I'liyMs Palmer. Double nslera: Hall Poulsi-u; 1 I'lijlls J'almor; 3. t'ertf Poulspu. CulKoiuIn popples: 1. Anuluta Karl; 2, Lottie Maitlo; 3, Ernest Poukeu. Iceland riopplcs: 1. I'liylts Calmer. Duublo popples: 1. Haehfl llusuius- sen; 3, AruiiiitB Karl; 3, Rood Bcnnclt. Slilrley poppies: 1. Wluona Earl; 2. Reed 3, Twllla Dluiuel. Uulu: 1. liac'liel Rasmufsen. 1, I'arXInson1 Veral CIIUou: a. Lbui-ho Slielloti. Sweet iwsa: 1, I.uclllo Poulsen; 2. Floreuce Parkinson; 3. llao WopJ. Largest sunflower: I. t'opc' Elslo Cope; 3, Ida Spencer. Collection ot 2, troesl foul- sen. Wild Dowers: 1. Alia Pyrah': 2. Donna PoireM; 3, Kruesl rculsen. Bunch ol annuals: 1, Phvlls Palnier- 2, Hall PoUlsen. Uuuch sweet rieaa, by lady: 1, Ma 2, llarrtel i'aloici'; 'J, LavJua Poulsen. Uuuek or nerrenlals, liy lailj: 1, Har- riet Palmer; 2. Sarah Parkinson. Bouqucf, liy culld: I, Hose llcnilelt; i, Hatuel llasmusscn; 3, llalP Toul- sen. FOR SALE 60 HEAD 4 Grade Bucks LINCOLN SHEEP IIAUKY GOODWIN .KIMBALL, ALBERTA 217-12 FARM LOANS We Always Have Money To Loan in Any Amount on Good Terms ami :i( ii low rate or interest'. Inspection made at No delay. No charges unless the loan is accepted. Save (bis ad., you may need us some day. T.M. Huff Investment Co. P. 0. J57 Alta. IMione Buy Staude Mak-a-Tractor anfl n Ton] .GUARANTEED H.P. J. BASS, CHIN Your Will Should Be Made -WHILE YOU ABE GOOD HEALTH APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR E.'SECUTOR AND TRUSTEE, TO IfJSUBE YOUR D1RECTIONB BEINC CARRIED OUT WITHOUT FEAR-.OR FAVOR. YOUR ESTATE WILL BENEFIT BY OUR EX- PER1ENCE AND RESPONSIBILITY. BOOKLET ON WILLS BY REQUEST. liie Trusts and Guarantee Compaiiy, Limited Calgary, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, 6TETTLEH. Pota IN STOCK E.A.ShanhanCo. 1217 SECOND AVENUE LETHBp.lDGE Farm Land r the foflovrlng lands is. anxious to dispose 61 same fall snd Is prepared to deal close wilh.ciish parlies either for Ihc enUre acreage or parcels. All Sec. H-IWO, near Bow, Island.. All See. 8-10-14, ad'J Purple Sprlhns. S. Soulh. Purple Springs. 'S. 29-S-11, South east Taber. N- W. 314-14, South east Tabtr. S. e, ft 31-8-14, South east Taber- S. Sonlh Barnwtll. These lauds are nil close lo C; P. B. ana settled dlsUlcls. ;'E.-C. MOE, co. Bank of Commerce, Lethbrldgc. AUCTION SALE Farm Land, Stock and Machinery MILKS NORTH OF GRASSY LAKE on Saturday, September 15th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP. FARM IS COMPOSED OF N.W. OF SEC. 34, TWP. 10, RGE. 13, W. 4TH MER.i N. E. OF SEC. 33, TWP. 10, RGE. 13, W. 4TH KER.; AND S, E. yt OF SEC. 10, TWP. 11, ROE. 13, Vf. LAND IS ALL UNDER CULTIVATION, NATURAL GAS, LOTS OF. GOOD WATEH, SECTIONS OF GRAZING LEASE ATTACHED TO LAND. PER ACRE CASH, BAL. TERMS AT B PER CENT. milch ctnvs. 3 years old, HolsU-lna ami Sborlhorcs; 10 springers, 3 rears old. Holstelns and RhrfrthoTDs, treah In November; 21 plj Kobtulna antl Khorthorna, suppoadi lo b? (n calf, due in Jlar; 3J ncrl 13 now supposed to bo fn calf, irolsfeloVand.Sliorllioras; regklered Shorlhorn liull, all red, 6 ycara o'.d, 1805 1 elamlard bred buil, a monllij old, can be reglucred; 8 calves. tav gelding, 5 years old, weight IBID Ibs.; 1 gray EClalriir, 4 years old, itelghl 1500 Ilia.; I grsy Sv.Wr.g, 3 itelehl 12SO Ib-f.; 1 buckskin raiding, 5 years old, weight 12M Ibs.; I bar gelling, S rears old, weight 1200 Ibs.; 1 sorrel mule, 0 years old, weight SCO Iba., Eulta'lile for children; 1 brown .mule, 11 rears old, weight 10CO Ibs.. Bullzble (or chll'lron.- acts double work harness; 1 tci alnElc flrlvlng harness; 1 Uterine binder; 1 McCorinlck mower; 1 Van Bnint double disc ilrlll; 1 land pacKer; 1 disc nos.i harroiv; 1 John Dccre gang plow; 1 Cocislmit disc gang; fanning mill; 1 New Deal complete; 1 drag; 1 doulilc sealed democrat, complete with pole and .shafts; 1 3h.p. pumping engine; tcn.ler lank; 1 IS-tarrcl water lank; 10 tons H'c-tern Rye g'ass hay In stack; 800 liUJ. of old oats suitable for seed; 1 American cram separator; 1 Sew IVilUaraH sewing machine; 1 etcel range; All houachoW eKecls and other articles too numerous lo mention. TERMS-ALL SUMS UNDER J10.00 CA3H, S PER CENT, DIS- COUNT OH ALL BUMS OVER TIME WILL DE GIVEN ON CHATTEL MORTGAGE SECURITY TO NOVEMBER 1iL 1917. INTEREST 12 PEH CENT AFTEH DUE. LUHCHVAT NOON. D. M. OARRI80N, W. A. PORTEOUa, Auctioneers. H. E. SANDS, Clerk D. E. KING OWNER THRESHING OUTFIT 25'H.P. TRACTION ErAsiNE (jONDlflpN.'SAWYER AND HASSEY SEPARATOR INCri CYLINDER. WILI, BE SOLD ON-COOD TERMsV APPLY TO J. A. SMITH SALE AND FEED BARN, LETHBRIDQE FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS March 1st, from Full TJlood lionuicys and Knmbonllct Ewes per head in per head, Carload of 1O or lew F. O. B. LETH3RIDGE DELIVERY ANY TIME Theie art ths kfit dull ever bred h Cjtijda, from 'Frisco World Enhiblllon PrlM "WlnMrv for the wssUrn range, kgtn wool Hit mutton qiullllej and conilttuilon in ilaht. M> r.iLL OB Wf.'lTE R. C. HARVEY 80UTH, LETHSSIpOE FOR SALE Dominion Government Bonds maturing 1937 in'Denominations of and at Interest Five Per Cent. British Canadian Trust Gx GEO. W. ROBINSON, M.njgcr and Sccrttlry PHONE 1643. CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBHIDCE, ALTA Snaps in Alberta and Manitoba Farm Lands The undersigned hive for sale, it Ihe following parceli which mint be readied or io enable them to uf the eilatej Under their tire, and (he bonedtlarlej are prepared to JCtipt for a qclck turn-over reasonably low figurei (or the properllei eonr pared with trrtjr actual PARCEL icrei Muth AIU', OB Milk with ths Milk River running through It, fenced and emu fereid. A1 for firming ind build- Ingl, corralt, utc. Large.area under cultivation, nifitenl hay 400 acres In lummerfallow. Price for the whole only per acre. Easy ttrmi. PARCEL tecllons unduladnj prairie rtcir Alberta, A large' proportion of which hai already been broken and eultlval- !h; elevator hand. Acquired at lit.00 per acre. Will tell for quick turn-over at PAROEL acres with large cumnmfallow, about. acres crop Unct, excellent bulldlnji, clois the famoui wheat My of Locution to martlet and elavdor quite con- venlenl. Boll of the bait. Our valuation per tcre. For qulch sal: will Mil fur PARCEL >ere> near Otterburn, In the famoui Red River Valley. Iplendld houie and barn, All the cultivated land lumrner fallowed and ready for 1918. Soil black clay loam of the belt. Oar cloie valuation in acre. For qtilik turnover will 111, PARCEL suitable for colonization, convenient to Winnipeg. A decided in.ap. per acre. Another Kru near Raymond, Alberta, it JI6.M per acre. FUmHER DETAILS OF ALL OR ANV OF THESE PROPERTIES FORWARDED ON APPLICATION. The Standard Trusts Company MAlK MANITOBA ;