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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APRIL TUF. DAILY XTNE IJUL- luniks an1 close'! tor year, Ilio company trill yaj a diviilenj un tht; wages i-anH-u the lime the la- borcr was tninloyfu. a; fame ralo of dividend declared io liie 'trs, which lias averaged 2t'U- du the eereu years the company has been If, as in toe other example, the amount earned tiiia dividend win amount to another 1113.00 or a total lor S months' work ot IIS4.0IX 1920 Season The Xoble Foundation, Limited, of men. Our are required to Noble-ford, largest farming concern in Canada. U nothing if not up to date, and now it has launched a new profit- Fhariug scheme which is designed to attract a good class of workmen nnii, tails are told In the following circulars j just by tho company, and the large outflU and they must be thor- oughly experienced we depend largely on them (or our auccesi. We Jo not wish our plan of employing lo mate H difficult for the fanners other- importance oi retaining men i whom wo aru acquainted and have become acquainted ulth I work, we will give to iliose who return and can complete with UH the searon the For the following year, knowing the Creat War Ytui.i Manitoba 4 whoicrnjnent to OTTAWA. April memoran- dum tabled in the commute oy Maj.- (Jeu. S. C. Mewburn. minister of mili- tia, gave details oi the war activities jot the department of militia and de- ns' of -fease from Jail. 1, Co Nov. 15, the Dominion gov- 1W or lour days after the iiiem to brills "an I wa3 signed. The most tea- Wage. The company employment plan altogether la BO unique that the to fftjm Herald has.obtained permission to drivi publish it. The circular says: rate.: Tho following plan will readily ap- peal to the nian who wants to earn and per month, liavo the largest possible amount ana In dolnj so avoid cnange'3 of employ- ment. We have given considerable thought to this plan. realize that the far- mers have responded lo Ibe call for Sttcreased acrtfcgo to such an extent who glye aud romain teunsleri able eight horses at the April tc July inclu- sive per month, August to No- It is becoming a practice willi some to wort by the month until harvest and ihen, fcy the day. To avoid this '_ change and possible lack of a plau, whereby those J 19-0 an extra bonus on the amuunt earned, for the year, or ap- proximately another A few me-n will be retained on each farm at Wi nter wa ge 3 to vrh om bonus a n il dividend will be paid in the same pro- portion. action against crown In order to] lure of the memorandum is LI tabulat- havfe U decide that any a r ran genie tit t'il staUrweiit. showing by provinces made by Hie government with ihfl the number of men who volunteered HutterHos in K'lS, whereby it fur military service, as well as the pom to exempt them from military, number secured by the operation of service, be devlnrrd null and void." The declarer themselves as dissatisfied 'M. S. A. Volunteers totalled 46D.- S4 ami draftees Ily provinces liey were as follows: Province Volunteers Draftees tion to assume full responsibilities of! MaulK I Canadian Inrluding the; Aliiert summer-fallow practices have throughout the fuU will liave teen neglected during Iho past few H bonus of 20% on the amount or mon- years. This, at best, means light and uncertain cropa on such lands, which together with tto partial failure last ey WOBlh fof -For 4 a7ld- 575.00 per 4 jwnite- equals year from Irost and drousbt and the 20% o[ wouW be Of au uncertain nlues ot grain this year, extra per for BO days, includ- caused the farmer lo question what lie can afford to pay his help, Our position Is, to some ways dif- ferent, to that of the smaller farmer vbo can better assist unexperienced -aud wealher lhrough privilege of military service. Good Men Only Needed Under this agreement none hut ex- perienced, steady workers, who dur- ing the first mouth's ucqaintance with us ECJe the advantage, of making our) farms their homes for the season and prove themselves lo foe experienced and interested can be retained. All the directors and officiaJs, In- cluding the president, are employees of the company and Imvo learned what it means to serve others. of (he capital IB held by the president and ihuts for bonier pickets (o prevent the other employees. Care is consequent- ly taken by them to consider tiie inter- est of all employed. We believe, in addition to comfortable surroundings, jrder-in-coundl exemption privileges for members of the j Ontario....... .Menuoiilte am! lluiterito brethren and1 Quelec....... want them kept out of Canada until, New Brunswick 1SX they sign deduction ot Ihelr Inten-i Xova Kcolia-P.K.I.. --1 Manitoba Saskatchewan According to Secretary Law's report! B. C. and Yukon.. lo the local office of the vet brans' as- sociation, two carloads of effects left Emerson for KU, Man., this morning, and another colony expects to cross the border within a week. Mr. intimated tliat vKersns will build crossmg. prove-ment. "We bi-lic-ve men Eire en- titled to this feeling of comradeship good wanes, and even a share Jn the directors, formen and labor- profits that men Jikc to be treated jers also ig vcry csaeulta, to harvest and thresliinj: while the day as equals anil to have their ideas, in Bcason does not usually eiceed (the work thtjy arc- ongageil in, con-'" two months absolutely correct-no danaer of over, or ftonl wheeU on UjaJrwaod-The 12-20 put" on land ea weB aa I 12-SO pewvr outfit-MMrtfeg bfcyd upon only SO 7e ot Ha manaman 20% aamvm when you nwd R. TIM I2-2O to oi ceded, which that ttw rteStator will not hi eoldMt wtwihw nor Irw Uwi wtlhout at UM system wRh tt.fc.MBi K Always that of nasUntf UM ofl prM.srv.n tha metal. The OtIPull cooltnrf system a coollntf tan tt Keeps the motor at the right temperature at all loads, The harder the OilPull cooler il runs. All transmission tfeara are cut tfears -all shafUntf and parts such as the cylinder, tlaton, rinffs, ate., are tfround to the thousandth part ot an Inch a guarantee of a perfect fit and great- est efficiency. The Oil Pull is buiK complete tn Advance Rumely ahopa. The 12-20 H as efficient on Ihe belt as on drawbar. The belt puUey Is lust where Et to be, on the right hand aide, upwithin full view of the operator. The 12-2O can be lined up with. belt machine, backed into the belt and the belt started and Mopped from the platform. The belt pulley ta drtven-'direct off the cranK- loss of power. The band wheel to lanfe and by drivlntf through a cross belt allows the use of a looser 12-2O wtti pull three 14-Inch bottoms under averatfe conditions, operate a' 22-hnch thresher fully and handle all the various drawbar and belt power Jobs. AD OilPull tractors are not on! y backed by a guarantee that assures you the most economical opera tion-r they are also bacKed Uon Wtf enoush to guarantee you effi- cient al all times. Rumely mamlalns 27 branch offices and warehouses. Ask for catatotf describing thb new 3-plow OilPull. ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER COMPANY, Inc. U Ferte, Iwlstea Cattvr. Aita. tesX. Reftna, Sash. List oi Rumely Dealers in Lethbridge and District: SOUTH AND EAST: Allen Jack, City. Geo, T. Wride, Raymond. C. A, Ferguson, Cardslon Geo. W. Morton, Warner W. J. Quinn, Milk River James Beguin, Foremost L. C. Burnap, Barons Hardy, Pick 6c White, Orion Burr and Underdahl, Manyberries A. Swennumson, Bmv Island NORTH AND WEST J. J. Billingmier, Taber P. C. Buehring, Winni-' fred Norrie and Fawcett, Medicine Hat Car! Benny, Irvine Mclntyre Vulcan Wm, Foote, Pincher A. Mclnlyre, Carmangay Alex. McDonald, Maclcod H. c'Morrison, Cowley Dan Ulrich, Champion Alex-Anderson, Granum H. Uirich, Travers ,ges; long in Canada or United Stales? Joivllong In Western Canada or West- ern States? State, numlicr of years spent on a How many horses luve" you been ac- customed (o )o. yon prefer Iiaiuliing horses and ordinary farm nniuhinery to any ether occupation? State any experience oilier than the handling ot horses and farm Totals In addition to tho' S3.355 secured by the M.S.A. and tabulated above, ihere were ou leave without pay, under order-in-council relating to compas- sionate and hardship cases There were also liaole only to non-coinliatant service, either conscientious objectors or Ijy reason of the war times' election act. Ttio memomndum stated that Oct. 31, ]91S, there were slill avail- able in Canada for reinforcement 35.- 000 men. of whom were ; try. 5000 engineers and 2000 artillery, Tho number of reinforcements sent over from Jan, 1, ISIS, to the date ot tho signing oE the armistice was 000. Are you willing to spend a l part ing tho last quarter of a century In Australia is to develop varieties ,ol suitable to the different condi lions of soil ami climate that prevail in the wlieat-growiig areas ot thai continent. Hoth Australia and the Argentine have machinery that reduces tho cost of harvesting at least GO iier cent as compared with Canadian practice, and varieties of wheat have been develop ed sullable for use with this maehin cry, and tt is because ot Ihe fact lhat of your time doing odJ jobs .such as] Australia has come so treating grain, repairing of fr-nres, implements and brildings and other work not done witti horses? Applicant. lo the front during tho last few year: as a wheat, producing country. The Durum wheat grown in Moil lana antl North and South Dakota are very much more droughl-restsliug than any wheat commonly grown in western Canada, and a fairly 3arg< proportion of that produced In thi semi-arid region of these statea ant which compares in soil and climate with a large part of the -wheat-grow PILES CIUM Kuif DlMUM Md you can pour all the Patent medicines your thrcit that money can boy; you can use all the ulrei or so-called pile earn to heart's Yet j-ou will NEVER be rid of such conditions until YOUtt PILES ARE KILLED. (The proof of all this is that nothing you have ever done lias given you permanent re- NOW WILL YOU HIED THIS STATEMENT? WE KILL AND RE- MOVES, permanently, every caw ot PILES, that handlo with llton CMM. A ELECJTRICAL CURRENT, or you Ne.d Not Donate On, Cent. No Chloroform. or tocalna necessity. ot time or condnement to bed. From Jn verr If you can't come, writo ppm< RESULTS. Write Dipt. L. H.' MENTION THIS PAPER DRS. AXTELL THOMAS 5G3 McGreev? Block, Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. DROUGHT PLANT REQUIRED an Kxcliange) A very large iiroportlon of the sol- lied part of the Canadian northwest was formerly thought lo he in the dry] ing area of the Saskatchewan and Al- beit and the experience of the Jast two or three 13 such as to convince settlers that the danger of drought is.WcH'-v-ltb them'. There has not-been on ,tlie part of our depart- ment ot agriculture a proper effort made to .develop ncN- drought resist- ing plants, and to select varieties of wheat that -wilt grow in a dry season, ho demand of the millers has been )r wheat of the Jled Fyfe Variety, Is not one that will grow succ- essfully and profitably in a dry year. The constant ahn of agriculture dur- library purposes. herla plains, is or these varieties. Much can lie done to improve the practice of western Canadian agricul- ture by the development of the Indian corn, which has been grown on these plains (or centuries. The senior boys of the Lethbridge Y. rM, C. A. made a canvass of the city for hooks (o start a civic public library. Tho directors offered the city Ihp, use ot part of the Y.M.C.A. building for Pyorrhoea Is Easily Prevented THERE IE no necessity for pyorr- hoea taking hold in the mouth it the patient will only observe the common rules of hygiene and make regular visits to a competent says a prominent authority. "1 say com- petent because a great deal of'the pyorr- hoea begins from cluinsily-fiUlng crowns and bridge work which cause in f la in- mivtloa ending in pyorrhoea and the loss of the teeth." The cure of this common disease is a special feature of our practice. Consult tia now, each day's delay adds to lha trouble. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Elk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOQE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRUTALL BLOCK. CASE TRACTORS Announcement: We liaye now one of the famous 15-27 CASE TRACTORS on hand and will be glad to have the opportunity to show it to you. This is the tractor that is creating a sensation all over the country. SOME OF ITS FEATURES ARE: Handles four plows. Burns kerosene economically. Cut steel Drop Forged Gears. Every gear enclosed and running in oil. Hyatt roller bearings. Removable cylinder barrels. All straight bev'el Belt pulley, mounted on crank shaft. Sylphon Thermostats-best cooling system. RATED AT 15-27, DEVELOPS 18-33. Price We also have Case 10-18 and 20-40, whicK we will be glad to show you. i SIGNER EDGETT, LIMITED BALMORAL BUILDING PHONE 651 ;