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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY.'APUIL THfi LElHBlUnr.K HFRAT.D PAGE SEVEN OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER Outlook For European Market For Alberta Horses Not Very Bright A, Buchanan, M. P., Stcures animals should bo weighty, yet _ It happens that Jlr. T. C. Lee. would start when tho marine and Ocean insurance acds. it would cover loss of horses by theft, death acci- dental or otherwise, accident requiring Immediate 3 francs cer francs. TWIN CITIES PROUD OF GETTING THE 1921 CONVENTION G.W.V.A. TOUT Wl LUAM. Oat., April "TUe securing of tb.8 19J1 convention of the Dominion Grsil War Veterans' to 17 hands high, and mast ali be for tb9 Canadian head of tho laltoi broken to harness. I was a big wlu for'iha liifin "Horses of Ibis class will make'said Presides.! W. C. Miller, of the and over, but I mast warn ship- local branch, on his return from at pers not (o ship but the vast class ot tending the Dominion convention In T-V .inc. Jl iiayyciia iuai i. I-.CQ Information J rom Depart- 0{ Messrs. Lee fe 2S Jernlng ment of Trade and Commerce London, s. B., in r n 11.1111 a 11 "i called hero a short lime ago rela- 1 01 FOsMblilty Of tiVO -10 correspondence which he'has init Canadlarf Horse" been havlsg with ilr.Arkell, lie Llvac not pay .anuti 1C V r i "n' !siock Commissioner, and when'talk. "My company will pay al! freighted both cities bat pwlcg to :he. Mllra Bsl cral matters over 1 asked him about charges at Ibis end unless the bhlppor fact that a wired Invitation was recelv- holidays t tram Port Arthur through bni, r.iur I cntTin Pnrl TVIlllsini .irar Expected But Nome Are Conctned About Pulling Through Our Our April Pete Mao- Light inferior Wses will Montreal, It was distinctly under- Dougail Is away looklag atler hay tor freight. lhat lhe convenlioa is to be the farmers. Can Sold. PCTI, wan DC num. I horses. His Urn: docs quite an ex-' can do better by making bis own ar lenslvo business la these and whllo ha rangcmente." confirms my impression lhat good busl-1 The Demand in France William [mentioned m the. press despatches (Special lo Tha Herald) fiTTAWAi April. market for.ond draught horses, be considers that French mission buying warborsei In hov. -3 is sonijlhins that horse ranch- Iho demand most suited to Canada IsjCanada in 1910. 1917 and 1918, gave Alberta eagerly seek. To get a for the best class of van horses, from some Interesting information A. CholeL who was head at the "0' In "e neia I ness 1> bolng dono both In hunters! A. C! for' draught horses, be considers that French nch- 'ho demand most suited to Canada a for the best class of van horses, from some I marr.iit' for Ihe type of horse Alberla 16 to 17 hands, 5 to C years old, with. commuiilcallon to the Canadian Trade raljes'ls difficult, under existing econ- plenty of bone, sound and good work- Commissioner In France. Uelow is limlc and transportation conditions, and It possible to bo accompanied Mr. Cholct's letter: When high freight and shipping costs by a veterinary cerllflcate, which j "With reference to Mr. J. F. Hyan's lisvo to be met, the net return from would materially assist to establish letter of enquiry and our conversation :i horse sold in Europe is hot confidence In their reputation. Only, about opening a market for Canadian this wfn-l spent Sunday at John Kollaif'B and very much. If anything at all. i the best class of horses should be horses In Paris and in France, 1 send ana "Mo the present time, the went on- to Lethbrldeo for medical HAY A TON WHERE ther .Manning spent faster with' her parents at May- irning on Tuesday for school Wednesday. H. 0. Kollag has moved to Lcth- bridge. .Mr. Xellsson of Grassy Lake Is mov- ing on Mr.-liollag'a place. Mrs. A. J. Johnson went to Leth- bridge for medical attention, and was advised operation, which was performed on fMonday at begs to advtst that it has for rental SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for the protection of valuable business or private documents, Jewel.-y, Victory Bonds, etc. The Manager w II be glad to furnish particulars. CiplUI ind .j 35.CODOOO TeUI Write to our Branch for a set of Blottort, showing of bulls, stallions, boars and rami. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES Lethbrldgs..............................E. E. MacKay, Manager Jlagrath............................... J. K, Atkinson. Manager Cardstou W. tl. MacKay, Manager Taber J.W. Doran, Manager SOME YEARS AGO VI OR hospital. Martin-Qrover from iManyberriea ST. thtj win-l spent Sunday, at John Kollag'B and H la front some letters from Irnde horse dealers In Croat Britain S'hd.France In order to get an ihe situatipn. Harrison; Watson; .chief. Canadian Trado commissioner, in n letter from London .says'-1 C. Thc Situation In Norway Sontum, writing from Chris- Unloading al French port I c 10.00' "Regarding pur own. enijulries, Feed and attendance on board Marino Mortality insurance .50 liana, Norway, Bays: 'shrinkage ___.. 10.00 "I am In receipt ot your letter of the Customs dnty (None at the lime) ull., which I banded over to lhe Director of the Agricultural Depart- 15 00 GERMANS SHIPPING CATTLE TO FRANCE Today 1 received his re con sillied. tmV-Mjn 1st of" of Asrlcullurc. Pb' reading and nearly, a month "In answer to your loiter of Jan- was Informed That "there may bo an uar-v 13lu. la6' bes. to Inform you, COMPEIONE, Franco, April Shipments of German cattlo Into 5144.00 France, In accordance witb the terms It is 5144 lo be added to the pur- the Versailles treaty, bavo begun. chase price. j The first tralnload arrived at Cbery- Increased. demand- In the spring for good Class of draught .horses. The In May and Juno the purchase price' en-Valois yesterday and will be dis- was in Chicago for draiisht or heavy. 'ribptcd among the fanners of that OUCCESS and lode- Do not Years 5 to 3 that thei'O Is scarcely at present any need ot Importing horses In any greater number into this coun'ry. In most parts of the country 1700 to 1SOO Ibs. Is an abundance of horses. Horses 1GQO to 1700 Iba, for use as carriage horses In the to 1MO Ibs. cities and-perhaps fancy horses may 100 lo 1500 Ibs. be sold to some J500 Ibs. As you will note from the above the prospects for the. Import of horses ten Into Norway do not seem to bo very running between 5000 francs and 5.500 francs. Last May and June the (iol-j Whst 8.50 so It made 00 j The Acting Canadian Trade Com- f01' 5'500 (rancs !3S8-00 of tav best Weight. Price's. 290.00 23500 ,200.00 while a Eccond shipment ez- Pectoil today at' Longuell will be turn- over io inbabitanlB of the canton of IlibecourL look after bis farm near Wrentham. Oscar and .Theador Strand are mo Ing to Shurbu'rt place, which they have xentedi for this season. A. J. Johnson went to Lethbrldgo Tuesday, to sep his wlfo, at the bos pltal. Peto Lowen -went to Lothbridge Monday ou business.' HIGH PRICE FOR HOL6TEIN8 Under the peace treaty Germany was required to furnish Franco live- j stock Ih eqtfal monthly Installments' TORONTO, .Aprtf average of for'131.head of Holstcln cattle was paid at a.'ealo at the exhibition grounds here .which began yesterday and closed today. the horses of Ih'e heavy pat- 'ho throe months followlns the date Olen Hobertson. was rn were sold privately at flsuroa the treaty wont Into cfcct. a fire at Fort William. Mrs. A. Hay, a former resident of suffocated In mlssloner In Glasgow wrote as fol- lows: "In reply'to your ask- ing, on Irabalr of-the Department, for francs. Now the dollar Is at 14.TO francs. On Information received the ocean freight.has come clown to Information1 aa to the Scot- "nc5 Probably c.im'e down anoth- land for horses, I beg to give Iho befo.I'e views of two important ilrms ot Glas- ".l sea to reincefl by !o.OO but u earn but on -what you save.' The Standard Bank of Can-' ada can very materially Bassist .j'OU to win success and secure independence, THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA J. C. SCOTT wonrH G. r, BLETCHEf) MAKAOtn 41H AVENUE SOUTH P. SIULINGTON MANAGEII NEW DATION AHO STCBL1NG L.C.THOMAS KANAOCH COAI-HURST BnANCH W. B. FERGUSON MANACM COALOAUC BRANCH C. T. McKINNON MAHACIP. BUHOCTT ariAHCH BOW Live Stock Auctioneers: "Messrs. Macdonald, Co., Lid., 03 Bellgrove Street, Glasgow, date of January 27tb: daW.'few shipments havo been made from prices real- ized qntle good, but the very high expenses, high freights, high cost of feeding and insurance, the French anlhorltfes will enforce in I the near future the cnsloni duties of 160 francs or' of on im- ported The purchase price Is abmtt HO..OO to 115.00 cheaper than'lost At any rato tha P.gnrcs arc i n very fair c3tiniato of the expenses to Incurr for, lhe CanadEau shippers, ho would like to Bend heavy draught', and lack of shipping space, have pre- vented shippers from .ending to this horsos to France whero tha market is country. There is a strong, healthy very good chiefly from tho demand for good heavy cart horses .Mar5l1 of the Clydesdale type. These bring Is short of at least i Clydesdale type good prices. Last week, 25 heavy heavy draught horses. Inland horses mostly prize winners at _ to Montrcal Toronto about Feed an average. Yesterday sold at Vnrll, 5f! freight Porlb, 30 good useful work horses from Kusscll, Onlarlo, at about .C 100 of an average.. This; shows Feed on board iw oSltnttSP UutLrmill, BABY CHICK FOOD ui cxatiit la viih VTIIUI ir.j II ix it1t.il UH Ib! 1 tuii I cvUf Arf., BC-ll shipped, and, It Ibis is dono, good prices will result- for somo'years to cumo. Light driving horses are no use to ship justrnow, as motor cara S SOO l.PO 75.00 88 ?S to 10.00 BiUSINESS liiVRGE AND SMALL This Bant: is to render complete bauk- !tig' facilities to individuals; partnershipa and large and small.' With branches throughout every province o{ Canada, and cbrres- IB all parts of theworldi your banking business wm be handled "with'promrjuitiilfc and at the expense. Our facilities are at your disposal. 8IA eAKlADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP; CAPITAL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. fi Brynincr, ilanager. -M. r Sny ?I12.50. nbnut M15.00 por head while' are taking the place of this lypo no duty in franco. horse" I doirt advise to ship more thnn 300 "Messrs. DUon Wallace, action- or-f.00 on cach. ,to 'tarl eers, 54 Gordon Street, s'.atc. lrlslE under date of January 20th: "Trade for horses was never.bet- tor. At the same time we do not think It would pay to send anything but tho best, which, In our opinion. would'find a ready market. Middling t horses would not attract. The class Order Your FREES and SHRUBS before If Is loo laic fo gel some at Hie lowtsl price Home. Brown Nursery aiock Ims ovor bijcn sold In Albf.ta. The RJitchell Nurwry FRANK KNAPP, 1LUI3VB rvulllll IlUk 1IIC ULUB.-l I.. lo send would be- heavy draught. horses and vanners 5 to 7 years the former from 1600 to 1800 pounds and the latler from 1300 pounds up-1 wards. These cannot bo too weigh- ty. A few harness horses ought also to sell if of ine right class and. niifablo brougham and landati work, or stout coachers 15.3 lo 10.51 hands high. 25 Canadian horses! shipped here last 'week made p.n; aveingo of but wo may point cut that these were specially select- ed for the Scotch market. The horse th.it inailo' .C26i! was said to havo ht'eri tho first prize winner at tha Toronto Shorr. A largo she Per- oheron fofchfiii Let us em-j phasUo thai these-prices wcro for; Kelected -heavy .-draught horses! ntf. no Indication of values for poorer class horses, i Tho Perchoron IB very popular here." An English Dealer'4 Views Qoo, Stewart, head of the Elephant and Casf.le Horse Snd Motor licposi- lory, a letter to.the Can- adian Trado Commissioner at Iiondon, "I may nienilon that our'sales aro' the largest In 'England. .Wo put through our hands.on an average of {about 600 horses per week. About seventeen years ago we had large eon-j slgnmcnls ot Csnadian Anil American! horse'a.' Wo had a npeclal sale for: llhese horses.every Wednesday for a! EXDCHPCS to Paris From lo Havre to Pnrif, per head, 40 francs. Feed lo Havrs lo Paris, per head, 5 francs. S horses In a Frcnrh rir. 30 franrs per day for tho man trav- per If horses are io be sold at public uctton _at tho French Tattersail. advertisement in pap- rs, bills all over tho city, catalogues, tc. for Ihe Tattersall, on prico for borse on sale. This insurance FARMERS' For the past 54 years, this Bank has given particular, attention to the business of Farmers, Wo have helped many over the rough .places, and have aided many more to tha highest plane of success. We are prepared to extend you every aid Within legitimate banking practice, Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with us. You are always welcome. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF BRANCH, CANADA, R. 3. DINNWG, jtip In price In Canada and America. I "During tho last few years owing to tho v.-c.r wo have not bad mcny. on- ly a (Ow consignments from tho Argen- tine, freight nnd insurance got so high lhat It did not pay lo ship. may inform you that there In al (present nn excellent demand In Eng- land, for A nmn who could ship tho rlghl class of horsoc, 'What Is requir- ed hero aro thick sot van and cart horses from 15 lo IS ewt. and upwards !f possible. They miiat havo plenty bpu.B, troia. 5 Jo 7 j-cers old and ATTRACTIVE YIELDS On Government, Municipal and School Bonds can bo secured-by buying at tho present prevailing prices. We recommend Isrestors to all possible purchase.? LOW and so secure the present high interest rates for a period. W. ROSS ALGER and COMPANY Investment Bankers 515 MACLEAN BLOCK CALGARY m.T THE COST To your Estate is no greater by appointing a Trust Company as EXECUTOR than an individual but you are assured at all times of the benefit of bur experience. Correspond or call on us for further information. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1B43 315 FIFTH ST. 8., LETHBRIDGE Only One Way to Bequeath Your Knowledge and Ability Your business ability and financial: acumen are a. bulwark o( defense for your wife'and children white you live. Unforlunately you cannoCbeiineath these things to with the have accumulated for.their benefit, and, your .tielrs may not "bo able, tp "carry on" as you hope they will. Dut there Is a Jiray to project some, of your personality Into tha.1 .future in which yon have no living part.' Have your Solicitor draw will, appointing The.Trusts and Guarantee Limited, as 'You then bo assured of the careful, impartial carrying out of your your heirs will be protected by this srtrong, experienced, perpetual 'fully authorized and equipped Company for this special work. Consult us about this important matter. Itie Trusts and Oaarantee Company, Lilnlteii CALOARY 'AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHPRID3E OFFICE: BANK OF COMMEHCE BUiiDfrsSi -J. VV. MeNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public Administrator and Official Atslgnee fop the Judicial District! of Lelhbridgc, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Stettler. WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND 3ELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 Snd AVE. S. LETHBRIDQE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE 893 Agpinwell Potato Machinery Planters and Cutters A Full Line of REPAIRS Kept in STOCK DIGGERS and SORTERS in Stock E. A. SHARMAN CO, I.H.C. Agents PHONE 1173 1233-1233 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. We Pay Highest Prices for "HP T 'TO "PI TF> O PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE W ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. 8, P.O. BOX 5 ;