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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBaiDGK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1919 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER of the Pure Bred By J. IfcP. Dai-i'lfvn, Gosrf Luck Ranch, Coaklalt. N'ow thai cillle ra-sers are jelling what Is ihe brcejer avar-froo) the bis ranch with its wlJe he to Is to cater to the hardy animals 4 thousands of scrub calUe, aail let the others endura it as liest ciTlnc noro attention to the I ibey can? li he going to provide of better finished cattle to T shelter and food for all on account of tbe question of types and jthe less hinly ones? Or is ha going Is coming in for ccys'.antly in-! to split his herd and have hvo prob- f cois'drratlon. Too manyllems of housing and feeding on his owners, farming most of their [hands? The simpler and more effic- bandUDE perbaps two or lent method is obviously to handle Is required to put on the necessary amount of meat Points of quality jmran nothing to him. Each animal Is only so many pouudl of >ee[ at so much per pound. Tbe eipeiKaco of I pure bred stock breeders who hare {Iren It a (air chance prores thai the (advantage Is all on Iba of the breeder of full Before selecting the particular breed tlilt hi? intends to handle, the prospective brteder to be care- ful in Investigation. Ho cauaol af- ford to make a mistake In this res- are alu.iya sale and one or two that arc ouUtandlnglv so. Worscmalljr pre- fer the Hereford, After several years experience in tan J lint pure tied ___________________. stock. I find DolhlQE lo me to ttkne dozen cat tip, are content to plctja herd til or Ui? same breed so thai i change my opinion and many together alooj teH own tuuMT In part two trf tfcb ftumber ofticUl-. with cotmtmtiAlty hi several ot the ulent dlrec- on of !n their rw- pectlve locftlltlM. who perkoce an4 obserrattcus helpful In- irmitlen cm and D the couatry Mte moTement. U- ited to use tie pases of this mag- zlne vlth I view to tbe siaodari- of successful In MnrtBf cornmunlljr hilli i ercloplnc tne community aplrlt pect There are a few breeds that aiy Mr looslnE grade stuff thai jail caa prosper ou Ihe same kbd of m tne herd when to mako It more posllive. As to beef producing animals the Hereford will stand up with any. He refponfls to feed and care as qulckly may find their neighbors care, let U go at that. They The tfiw to particular aluflj- lo ihe [hc and __ 1W ._......_ of cattle nltlng and- naturally. ,ht Mpcvt buyer is In favor land perhaps more quickly than any Uke It for granted lhal a slwr is of tte bunch b( cMUe mn-mK i0 otter oreed. Every ounce of feed ft stwr and except lor show ihe sane color and general type. Tha; goes into him la converted into natter of mUed or pure blood OWBW rf be.j c! graces will I Ho Teeda and conducts himself quictl ii ol hlile so IOBK as ibejDrobablT some He ls nol gj7en to nervous moving animal readily puts CD the rat reaches the market when Ilie price is OM, suert ,0 tba maTtet, but these olhpr way ,baQ DT (he econorav (row standpoint to deal only with'pure bred siocfc. When t breeder bandies only fall bloode hfl. his but one type of animal to work j hf lhe bab'.u and requirements of parllcQlar brttd.ind.to know whether i5 the animal d eve Jo ring u he ousht. His problem or leedlup; and care U slock. His time and lahor in for tbe animal Is co grea maj- realize from this one ant- much IE fifteen or tvienty An thea there i; the advantngc in re bred slock, thai, while about as arc some other brtfcls. When he has eaten he lies dann and permits :he Food to turn Into meat and not >e spent In waste-energy- The-ie is no other hretd lhal stands out more prominently for his hardi ness and rirst.ins qualities lhan the (lererord. Even on Ilia coldest days he will be November Sth. lilt, aa a recociltloa of tls (alias! tat rina la (ho U U yrjtfMed to bald a field day for KfeoUra of Ptncher Creek and dlRlrfrt on WftdWMUy, October lit of the local tne rebut s and men hare contributed or money with, whkh to" pur- considered ruin products, aad -..._. will be uw4 In many ways tb o Ibe value of forms and rofila of Xot many years ago cotton rom lhe gin was heaped In piles outside to He and weather and rcL like the straw slacks of the pres- ent day. Now ottoa seed ta almost erents. Xi'ay frieadi ol Mr. Harry H. Jen kins will be sony to learn ot his rerj cerions Illness. Some lime ago Mr. Jeskina wai Ih YfctLm of a fall wlla bis horse when driving a number of zer, feed, food, condiments and other hlnga that represent real coin of the realm. Dairymen and beef cattle (In- shers could Karcely keep their catde a fit condlUoo for maximum galas at be pmenl time without the ute ot commercial cattoii-seed meal as a con- opaclly' wu prorm by J. II. Benjon. a ponKry who went to llw Rhodes farm u4 In the Iwrn with the chlckeB tor two days and tin the office of Counly Johi Brlndley and made daill that he'Mw tie hen UT thtrtMo of tliteen IB elttlng of foar howi, without Jtojiplnc lo Mt, drlak, or cackle. Hwt la a wta ta lo thli horse! fren a ssle of horses, whlcl one o the animals bolteJ, and Mr. mount, turning sharply, fell with sonie rblllns eanh and atones. The people or this town and district are always sure of one difficulty In their dally routine, and lhal Is the handling of their express parcels. It centraled protein to mil with: and lseems to be- an all-round poser. Many balance other catlle feeds. And lhe. different Bchemei been tried but II of coltoa is worth many mil- !ona, being used ID Dozens of ways from In the manufacture of foodE, and no doubt JQ doMDE at other ways jTDmUi never knows of- dreims of. It oar smnll grain crops ran tnlo bilLinDi ot IiuaheLs, (hen our an- kaal straw crop must run into teiu of Wiltons of pounds. ConMrmtlTely, cot one-teoth of Ibis gigantic by- product is saved anJ used as It mlgtt. be, ud should be. If Lhe straw crop were simplr saved and used in the simplest known that U for fer- represent hundreds of mil lions of added wealth to oar soils, aod would result In cnonnouly Increased crop yields. REGfNA WITH SOLDIERS HALIFAX, Sept. SAJ 'T A Ul L> for the past 45 has done its shire m tit development of the business of the Do- minion. .Our experience aiyd are at every pustoatr. i la tecenlll rtetlTCTed tbeV Monlreal Board-of Trade Mr- Turner of the Royal out th.al.nr: THE OFCANADA J. C. SCOTT snwe C. F. BLETCHEH 4Tr1 AVENUt SOUTH P-BILLING10N NOW B l_ C. THOMAS M W. B. COALOALC C- T. McKlNNON In Lfre House of Commons ttie Hon. Mr. Barrel! said: "We. Hen, In ParlUaJtnl, who are maXing ot Ihe'natlon mar itelfask ourselTta: in -whal wsy can jre best solve naeslioM ;ol treat naUonal It. will Dot b6 de- nied Lbal tbe laieguardinx.of ils pro- JucLi.e ii a matter, of prim- ary and rundamsntal ImporUDce to Lite nation. But in regard, to Ibe agri cnllural life of-our conntryjlt 15 not nlonVlbe be'llermenl "of economic con dilions Ibat. we should aim at, but somcthine creallon of a rtral civilization Which irill al once] ensure a fuller and happier Hie (e Lhose In its midsl( and proye a Eonrca. and fount ol slrtnelK fq. tie Slate, 111; self. r-dacallon or Infitrac- tlon as a desirable line irbich feder- al cipsndilnre snoiiid LaKe we are following tbe Lest methods ot tic most prosressiie countries." This act has been in loneralion In a Quiet UDoblrusIre way-Tor five years and its resuKs even more pro- wcrc'nounced Ibin wai' eipected. Mnch applicable lo-the situation IB we flnliol lhe monej Is spent in agricultural ll'wllhln lhe bouadariea of Canada.! emersion work wblch UXcs tbe agrl- For inahy years Ih; illral college to tbe farmers who bin prosatritT conld not continue 'a' itbe fiVil .decay, hecanjs prMperlty'of the Lwo was inter- prodnction.hc- nacesaary lo urban pro'iperity and JTice Teraa. -while without a strong population the physicsl forcea I or-tbe race would Inevllobly. decline. all natioM Greal Brll- waa the only one lo Nhow "in atisblute decrease in' agri- 'cullurarpopuJe'lion .with a dtspro'por urban numbers. He I regarded, reral .development through- 'oc; lhe Empire as the real basis of IrrronstriKllori. The land and the I people" were the greatest imperial as- IselsV tbe two were brought (ogether be did HOI how ihey c'sild, during ths neil len years, re- cuperale..and cousolidale tie Mr. Tlirner was dealing wit empire r problem. Ills remarks transport Retina, which reached-port shortly after 8 o'clock last night, dock- ed at T o'clock Ihii morning. On raard were pusenKera. Tbera were 30 ofticera and three nunlng lers. 'fhe RegUa carried no civilian eeimerB. Disembarkation was rapid, nearly all the. troops hariug left tb'c boat br noon. Col. J. Westtoore wa'i Ibe officer in charge. few months dlsutlsraclioii ___jo tne quarter haa been tbo up- rooting icflncnce. .A meeting of the business men was called on Wednes- day night and A. Ross vtaj duly appointed to 1111 the cbalr, and W. A. Fraser, secretary. Tbe object ot Joe meeting was explained by the chair- man and tbe meeting thrown open Tor dlacusalon. The chief matter to be conikiend was the moving on Wed- Tieflday of tbe eipress office and tele- graph office In Lhe depot After many speakers bad expressed tbelr VJCWB of the situation, Ltwas decided to appoint a committee, consisting -of W. H. Jackson, R. O. Allison and W. A. Fraser, to act as a citizen committee and Interview the company and also ibe railway., commission, II neces- sary. CHAMPION HEN OF THE WORLD White Reck Hfn Laid 151 EHI One If Egga in One Day Mr--. (Trnro News) William Murray, FairTiew. Col. Co., has fnrnishcd us with an .excerpt from a contemporary, in re- ctlted'lof tana products are much during ths __ _ ___ __ o( ihe present generation, nrbinwifi How of populjllon con- Sir Thomas White Minister of Flo- Ln hi. Spwok "Our kbiuty to and retire onr oblleatiouj will depend upov our power to Increa-aa our prodnetioa to omlM liKUTldually ao M to hHaf year rab- Itactlal Inoreaae In Wftltb During a cession of lhe Spe- cial Committee of lhe House of Com' mons !cn Agriculture and lion held "while Parliament was In Ueortre tie speaking of the islldallon In Or.lario remarked that "For twenty years there has been a pronounced movement of the people, frofil -Ihe 'fflnoa ot Ontario lo the cll- les. Throughoul central and westeru OnU'.io to the cllles. Throughout Oniario Lhere are thousands ol farms that might he purchased at Lhan tbe present itosl 'of conslrucllng Lhei buildings 11 HeadQffke V.> Capital Paw Up Seaerve Funda total Aaacii V President, Sir Hertert S. Holt. Vice-president and Managing Director, D. L. Pea-a. General Uanafer, C. E. Nelll. Superrl-or of Central Weslftrii rrniacbM, Robert C-amptrtTI, N LOANS ON GRAIN are prepared to nllke loans to responsible farmer: on the security of Ihreshed grain or against bills of lading. Over'200 Branchea Throughout the Wett' SOUTHERN ALItRTA" IRAHCHEt M. Hanson, Manager J. K, AiklBwn, Manager B- McKay, Manager 0. Dlcluon, which perhapa iron than any other medium lends1' to'. agencies for community aenrice. There las been no :lack .of... organlaallon. organization la sottitlmes found. Too frequently peraapt tha.porposei of organizalkins fire eelfiah, thai ia they are organlled for the protecllon Ol- advanc-emeit ol. Lhe buc- Incss concerned. Theac' organlzallone, howeyer, be they live stock, poultry. Trult, or dairy associations or farm- ers' clubs, posde'ss posKlbllilln for lhe development of whal is recognic- eil as the rural cornmunlty centre movement. They have selected In Ihelr officers the leading spirits ot the community and. this 'h a long nlfo towards the goal In TMere are fither wbrdi th. tar ftrtare miMt I I MtOUlt >n i antl oilier improvements on them, Frora'c'dnililerable data available fjnd prior to lhe war capital In- i In afrlculture In the provlnca was yielding less than 3 per cent. In addltlou 'to In'e mddeil living for tit farmer and hi? family, all of whom might' be .engaged In productive work I on the filrm. From evidence obtained j by'lhe Provincial Deparlhjenl ot Ag- riculture' through lhe farm survcrj In a few of lhe best farming districts In Ontario -we find that, In spile of excellcnl'prlces received for pro- the. Ontario farmers do not ar- much over-6 per cent, on cap- ital Invested. Few city people will be litre condition possible, but thoio who Vnow must Admit Ibat tbe act- dal eeflnomlc condition of agriculture other organizations In ''the' country, however, thai are more public UNION BANK OF CANADA BRANCH In purpose. The Wonten'd Inltl- lute stands- for much IhaL tbe con munlly (den embodies. Tnl9 organization. Inspired .by tKc highest mollvca, ready lo grapple wltli Lhe nrolilems thai contronl'lne social life of the rural districts. Tne'rnoal pressing' need Is not further organization bul rather the ot eiistlng bodies leader with rlnlon who can Inspire In OnUrio-ls thirty rtpreeenlcd Ihtte'farra jurrtjrs." Mlnjr -RcHefne} the. rnral decline lo hriU nml rfilwe rural (JbntenlmaHt have liecn put ancli Creillts, In and nth or Ihlngs, but HIP more advanced IlilnVcrn hite'fdt Ihnl all Ihese lien. ellti wmlil follow n nropcr' system ol eifdcatfon. II LhU opinion lhal IH lq' lhe enacLment of The Agrlcnl- liTnl 'Inilrucllon Act of 1913 Klilch to'thc prtirinwn for nrlcnlturnl if federal' money lo lie expended In .en ycttf. ..When Introducing lhe Mil 'unite forced for seclal s Kuman bcttennenf. To trafn leaders and Inspire them for oommun Itjr work annual Aammer achools Are at Macdonald College, the Onlar o Agricultural Collect >n4 Manl lolia AgrlcuHural College. Announce menis and prngraramcs of theM were published In The Agricultural Gazette for July. The students conillt prln clpallj1 of hnd nthern devoted If social. ftfor.m work, The commtiiilty iile y- -neff everyTrhere VALUABLE PAPERS The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank1 offer 'security for valuable papers, documents and other effects. The rental of one of these is very moderate and protects yon against lews by fire or theft THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNEX, MaragT I. H. S. GORDON, Manafcr The Farmer-Banker Alliance Cannda. ConsMcrablp progress ha been moilc In Ih4 Pralria Provinces. It growing fasl In Ontario wliere Impetus been ghren It by lhe Community Hall Act of was roVlewcd In the June numlicr of this magazine. In fjcotla lhe movement Is engaging. Ihc flltcnllon of Iha 'IravcUfngV teachers and olher-c, and In Quebec inc. rural mfnljlcrs Tw go {o jrpor lawyer for fcsgmJ to doctor fa'r medloJ why not to The MepchMU Bank for financial advice T If you want a loan to buy cattle, hogs or if you want information ai to how W Invert come to Utow; who nakf a buiim-M of financial toatten, and are fa a position to five you wand impartial advica. The AKRCMANT5 DANK. OP C ANAPA LETHBRroCE BRA14CH, Mr.. White Rock aaa her May (our egn: May i, ton; Ma; ii. Ive; May 7, id; May I, tour; MIT J. hen laid no until Mar M, when >Urted In wllh for of tbt Moetb lollovi: tit. Hay 21. aoiie; May 31, six; Mar U, fodrr May K, May U. four; May !6, nine; May 2Tj May IS, elevea; May 21, Len; May U, (ourleen; May 31, fourleen; 1. one; Juoe i, ilrteen; Jtue 3, June When any member of the Colches- ter Poultry an4 Stock ABSoclatlou ha; a hen to belt thli Wlacoiislu world-wonder he will please so advise his Home Truro News. CortM msrchmls In the U. S. amo the Braill'an lor lhe lilgh prtcei, Mjlnj haye to pay 150 per cent Increasn on rholetile price a few R. J. DINNING, FOR SALE MY IRRIGATED SECTION, t miles southeast ot Coaldale. IS miles due ent of Tbis Is Clus A alufr, wen Improved! O. T. LATHROP E. A. Sharman Co., I.H.C. Agents PHONE 1173 123J-1235 SECOND AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CLIMAX STIFF TOOTH CULTIVATORS The will not thlrk It.) work even under the very hardett Strong enough to work th' hardest lands, md will 01Ve MtTifactlan on ground that cmro1', DC cultivated with Spring Tooth Cultivator. Three ciiei, 7 ft ind 12 ft., with power- IKt attachment! optional. THE CLIMAX IS DEATH TO ALL THISTLES AND WEEDS. It will pay you to call and examine this machine. SMEATON 1242 1ft Avahue South Phone WHY MAKE A WILL? By Hot'making a Will tht owner of property and his.right (o dispose of he thinks fit. Appoint this Company as your Executor 'on'-ac- its. Experience, Ecpnomy and .ConlinuityC The British Canadian-Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Few Men Desire To Undertake The proper ad ml nisi rail on of an Estate Is-no easy Lask.. T[ put On Lhe of ah Individual, It demands an amount of lima aiul tare bailneas tncn can willingly spare from -their own affairs; moreoTer, should anything hftppen lodlrJdual beforo the Ifi eetiled, contusion, iKtgttlDn and delay, with-accompany- IDC frequently remit. The Truat Company BptclaMiInfc'Jn Itae iiimlc lit rat Ton of properly IK the lexical of whota Itj-bame ai roar Executor. Coniult Je now iboul thli mttter. Ihe Trusts aoil Guaraatee Cempany, Liiniteil CALOAPY AND LETHSBlDCt, ALBIRTA LETHER1MI OFFICE: iANK OF COMNIRCE lUfLDINO, j. W. McNICOL, Public AdmlnKtrator ind Official for the Judicial Dlatrtcta tf Macleod, Medicine Caloarr, Red HAY! HAY! We have LOTS of it for immediate shipment FOR MANFTOBA HAY AND FEED MITCH Ell HUT CO. MEMBERS WINNIPCO ONAIIfEXCHANOE l4-M 8RAIN tXCHANOt BLDO. WINNIPEG MANITOBA ;