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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHDRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER PRICE OF HAY AND GREEN FEED Numerous tncitifrtpn per aor* ho roeelywi $12 per ncro. or n imlvngo of $8.00 per uero. On a basis of $6,00 por ton for gtoon TAKES 400 LB. BEEF r To meet thr present rmnrRPtuy and encouragr* wintrring of light rattlo. ,tho government proposes to dike -ItM-j lb. currnsftpfl, minimum at uren-j cut being 4;?5 pounds. If the war nm-Limits into next summer the heet supply problem will develop serious j plumes. Thero will bo no Texas raf-; tie in 1919. and such Btntes us J �oiu'l. Kansas and Nehruse.t will teed Cottonseed Meal $60 Per Ton!fow *ttIi�*k9- ,000 cattle at �western market? weekly, thrre is actually a dearth of be^f. and only a generous run o\ western jirassers h�.; enabled packers to fill army contracts. KEEPING FIBRE IN THE SOIL , arp ^ men ^ ^ l.ontcmplfltQ of bbrn in the soil it it js to be �n I m,v(,K tliclr sfo.-k north. Those who titrate physical condition. Tins year. . ,|vo cJaw m h,|V, M| opporll|n(t t never before, has demonstrated the : sp, lfl thoflp wm> ^ (o ^ ' ^( , i �\f*UUii't*"" ui nm c-t- humus iV 'l ' j British has boon ordered for Oct. 1. ! It Is understood that inspection was suspended reerntly owing to �h:^rta>:e of ship spare. The Tnit-'d States ( f government has requested the British ja san:ty of lhaf poli,-> No wind will frtM| 9(m{h im(| , wno m|rp0!(0 drift a soil protect-d with sufhcieiit m-iUKing their ca'tjo mrt\x.consequent-ill,:.... Soil never drifts on break ' Iy tht,v stand n ,.n.Mirp of retiring bet-;nK. because of th* root ^ llbre � ,pr I)r,L.cg ,ni|n UuiJ|p who are fftrlhor nor y-*t decayed. Drilling occurs , out le.s 'the second -roo after break-! Thifl unplpasnilt fart mtl9l be faced: iiu: :b:in the tlutd. Our metuods of [ That onlv R fpw wi, rp.|l|zp for thoJr tn conserve, irnM,n fl,0l! ft pr{(,0 slinir|0tlt to rover .....l" 1,,!lvp thr; their outlay in prowinff It. Th the ('enlrnl Oilu-e of the V. F, A. ut | fPRd in ontlyliiK districts, and from Calvary reRnrdinK the vnlne of green ; $7.00 to $8.00 per ton closer In. deals feed cut after the duly frost. Both ' Cftn and will be put through. On that buyer* and sellers so�m to bo in doubt baHls the southern man wilt buy preen as fo what is a fnlr price for tliIff I food rather than k�> further north for *rtH* hny. and tho northern farmer will In this commotion W. K. Stevcna. save a little out of what would other-Provincial Livestock t*omm1siaionor, wise be u total loss, gives the following advice: i Cautions What is ft fa.r price for Kreen feed T() ho northotn rnPmcr ftnfl thP and how �hnl it be arrived at- First | 8outhorn h, r ft xm, of wulUo|1 nmv of all. the price must not be ao high i ^ j, as to drive the slockmnn to buying hay. or. if that cannot bo secured, to .selling his stock; and, secondly. It rt# r i � i - � miwt not bo so low us to make tho far- l,V6ry 0t bnm U 0,1 ,,y " ,lxpn.hti'in nr liiwt i " . as the market aironls. Surli a policy ^ ^ ^, a* X 01"V lhM 15 /nr **X* nnrt thP "lron|E suin^winus aa w ou down and destroy your earning power. Take netf of those symptoms. Do yon get diwy and have repeated head nrhes, painful ur;tin!inr:. br..-k dus: deposits, or fefl drowsy and, generally good for nothing! If so, it :* yum kidneys th�t are bothering you-not work-and (Jin Tilli are necessary. No person fan work properly whm they fir! s.ck, tired and dtxzy all the time. The more thev trr, the nwr* enrrgy they utt* up; and this only tend* to aggravate their ennilltion, as tht kicincvt are nlrcadv tired out with their endeavor* to relieve thfir eon gested utate and perform their f tlon properly. The kidneys are d I irate &ad viul organ*: one* they become* Affected through any cause-you suffer until the congestion is relieved and the cause remedied. Don't let your *ynem become run down. A box or twf> of Oiri Pills will relieve those kidnry complaints and rest ore your old-t ime health and strength. Your health in priceless. Don't risk losing it. Keep your kidneys in order always by taking Oin Pills. Sold everywhere for ;V>r a >>or. Write for frw* snmple to The Nationcl Drug A fhrmien! fo., of Canada, I.im-ii*--d, Toronto. Ont. will, it is expected, prevent llauida- 1 tlon of light hugs and transfer pics from sections when? com is scarce to other:} where feed is abundan; llo^s are expected to drop to an Jl^ ba*-is tha moment the new crop I- r.-ady Iowa. Illinois and Indiana arc pay : Ing $14 to fl5.f>0 per ewt. for tleshy steora susceptible of .-onversion iiim army beef within tit) to 1'u da>-. tlv.s t^!ng a came everybody is playiuc There will be no long feed-.ng until the wur 1* over, and th'e fcod bill is trimmed dowu. The prospect has it bullish apr.vir-;^ .lU mrtho(is of rUltlva;ion to pro-anco so far as cattle and sheep are ; v,nt evaporation. Th" rer-nnial sow .oneerned. Hogs have b-M,, topllJ|i:.tM iH hi, Jn).(lJl_ Tht, n,.f.ir. iieavA- for wcekn past, and the market , io,|s 0, th^ pi,st m;i^ � is ready for readjustment to a wmt-r >4;irv f|i;. to Mimm-rfallnw a� b^u ; basis no serious depreciation bcirtg 1 t,v,,rv fourth v^ar ! possible. j or t);roe vears a�o be deciiled ; Bumor that the government intends to tPV ruriltioM. introducing n hav ; to take over the packing industry ma> ( n,p ;ini) r^mua: the nevr�i:v o> j be dismissed as a canard, no such slimmeri'a!!,'uvin�; �o frequentlv lie ; move being contemplated. The latest \ f^ur,.., olIt {l a,.v,Ml v.-ar rotation as mnto apt h sow thistles. A- a i;nncral rule . the soil is rich enouch to pro'lnc^. jW-.ta food Motivation. i:oed crop^ over lom; t bear baling as soon after cutting as will those af the south. Northern xipland hay should not be baled before September lii; blue joint October 1. and rod-top slough hay and green feed should bo kept In stack until October IS; otherwise there will bo danger of moulding. All of these feeds will be materially Improved If from throe to five pounds of salt Is Applied to each load of feed. This Is particularly true of frozen wheat, Mr. Stevens further advises northern farmers that ther~ Is no hope of getting rattle to winter on a slmro and share alike basis, as no deals of this kind are being put through for deair- dopartment was organized and has boon up to tho present In ehnrge of Hon. George P. Smith, but with tho change ttt the cabinet whereby Mr. Smith taken over tho department, of education. the Hub-depart moot of health bus been placed with tho department of municipal Hi o?;. It ban been considered that the two departments can work to advantage nader tho same bond, wince the municipalities' onpartment requires much of the name detailed information that Is required for the health, Spanking of hla policy In regard to tho municipal hospitals, Mr. Mackay j gives the warning that tho hospital areas may he. made too smalt tor safe tlnnnclng. "Nothing," saya Mr, Mne-kay, "more unfortunate nould happnn I Cos* of rutting Cost of twine frit* � 3 * * 1.00 .40 I.CO Total cost of saving crop .... -4.00 ?f he obtain* 5�: per ton tor his green feed in the stack It will mean that by an additional outlay of $4.00 HOSPITAL DISTRICTS MAY BE TOO SMALL Edmonton. Sept. 2(1.-The order in council transferring the whole health department for the province of Alberta to the charge of the new minister of municipalities, Hon. A. 6. MaeKay, was passed Tuesday afternoon. This than tho establishment, of small dls trlets with heavy assessments an* lack or funds with which to run tht hospital ho as to fllvo flrftt r1�hh aer vice." The minister states that h� will not establish a district unless hw h�� \\t\% ^ �7 a er-':* of ha/. I'p to th" prosfiil ho | is \nin� WoHtorn rvo lor tho hay rrop. | with v"ry con 1 r.^nlls until thl* yt'ar. ' wh'-n It wax dilhiult to got a ratrh ow-l \i\�� ra^-i �od. nnd i! *.v.i� th" : rrror- on flu* f.in:i a nn>nth nvo . Ovr !li" f> nee waf. hi** In *t yi-ar'1* ' �--nn:n*Tfal! �w on a rtrhl whl�!i !tad | :!i*v�T h�-"0 !M*'"l"d down lit^T i! u,i. � hroken ii;n�' y* lookfug crop *>f whf.it ; So had was ft th.it ho r,�y this f.irm�T ronsidera th** rotation whuii; tak**5 in a miss crop wry jtuprrinr to : th" method of fanning h�- pri-v;oii->ly folIow*d. He has a f��w urMv> i.�nd i under ^raln, hut hn* a fin-- tii-ld nf i hay each y*.ir and th*� rotation i tern di^trlhiitt'Ti In11H horsi* and man power and thoruhy reduce* the , o-*t of production. .V rotation of thia kind uua many advantage!*. The prevention of soil drifting by needing down and cutting u hay crop U one of them T M OF CANADA HKAO OFFICE - TORONTO it* ofr M eons A^Lon^Prorir Money Orders and Drafts \ issued by this Bank payable aaT'o iara all Darts of the world. 234 J. C. SCOTT. Man*g�r, C. F. BLETCHER. Manager, . D. A. CURHIE, AccounUnt-in-Charge, 13th St. North. 4th Avenue South.  4� Coalhur�t. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 4* It payg to force the molt. A little extra car* now pays big in fall and winter e?gi. Pratts^ Poultry Regulator will Wep your h�na in goo-I condition, hurry them Oirongh tbe molt and Ket th^m back to work again in abo-.;t 40 rfays. Put� m�w lif,. and vitality in yonr nock, tones up the system, acu directly on tht dilative and epg-produciap or^am. Av your dealer** in popular priced packages, also zooue?-saving 25-lb. p.iiU and 100-lb. baRd. Money Mark If Not Mnfi�fli*f1. Write for new bock on care of Poultry, It's I KKK t wTilvrFs amm.\TTiiili11. JTlio f UrKO ^untitles of Krecn �rah.^cs nnd othor tuurio MiictuU nt muturial. Silage 1� palatable, and im other fcod will cuin-liiiu* Hd wi-H with dry hay and a littlo Kraln to prodii. � maximum, jscdijoiu-leal n-Hult^. I Tho ,jrt!sfTYatlf�n maiure* corn 1 �toi> or Th�' .-avhiK of one which for any reason must lm hurvent^d hefcrft maturity hy iilm-in^ it in .sllon Ik de* sfrvi'dly imreasinK in popularity. Abu'til ^0 i^r �t.nt. of ili� toul fo^.i mnterlal In the corn plant U in iht* Mtalkit und knvf.-,. When only the �-arn 1 are harvested nearly one half of tho ! crop it> lost; on the oMit r hand when th�t crop is put into the hMo the IoaeK-h are wry ^inall. Winn drousht, fiw>.st, or lnsccu attack a field o? corn he-foro It U ripe ihe entire crop may ho lost unlfSH a silo U at hand in which to preserve it. WhenYou Travel, Even in Canada carry your fundi in Travellers' Cheques, issued by The Merchants Bank. Personal cheques are often refused. Money may be lost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, on tbe other hand, are cashed by banks, hotels, transportation companies and stofes at their face values, and enable you to raise ready money wherever youhappen to be. If lost, they are of no value to the finder; if stolen or destroyed, they will be replaced without extra charge. Use them for your next journey. ihX MCRCHANTS Head Office : Montreal. OF LKlilUUlUGE BRANCH, MONARCH liRANCH, NOHMit-OhD BRANCH. CANADA. Eatabliahed 1064. R. J. DINNING, Maft�r. V. A. KBBRIW, Acting flutter. M. A. KILI'ATRICK, Acting Manutfrr. For Many Reasons Trust Companies are preferred as EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES UNDER WILLS. Their fees are never more than is allowed to private individuals. Consult us about YOUR WILL today. FULLEST INFORMATION FREELY GIVEN WITHOUT EXPENSE OR OBLIGATION TO YOU. t Ihe Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA * LETHERIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING. J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THf JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE. MACLEOL. MEDICINE HAT; CALGARY. RED DC BR, STCTTLER. HOME GROWN FEED FOR DAIRY i COWS To feed tho dairy hea, Hoy-hefin,- velvot-beun or other leguiiie hny, when Uii with jrood silage, will maimaiu a nioiliuin oroilur-j lion of mill; at a relatively low i;o;*i.. Tnder urilln.try furm xfjer(4*!' Calgury. OMtimaUia \ that his wheat crop UiIh yoar will crag*; It bi*-4i0a� |p 'he acr� CAHDSTON BRANCH .............. F. V. Cavert, Manager BARONS BRANCH ........ ....... 8. D. Griffith*, Manager 4-ath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET. LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALOALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE n ;