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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 1^, lOlB THE � �T'D 187* OF CANADA HEAD OrnCH - TORONTO SOLDIERS, ATTENTION! Otir Savings Bank provides a suitable and convenient place for yotir surplus Funds. A joint account is specially adapted for those going overseas, .Apply to LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BUETCHER, Managar, 258, 13th Street N. ISF: !0. mm Of Interest to the FARMER OF CXNAdA I I Give Your Wile an Interest in the family's financial progress by opening a Joint Account In the Union Bank of Canada, in her name and your own. You win find It a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when In town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor.  0. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager ALBERTA GROWN TIMOTHY SEED MAKES A HIT Six cars of tile boat quality of timothy seed thnt lias boen on the Toronto market tor years, rucently arrived from tlie province of Alberta, Practically nil this seed is bold and plump in berry, bright in color, and remarkably free from Impurities. Some of It, unfortunately, was cousidornbly hulled, due to before being cut and to alanding too long in Btook before beinB threshed. Farmer.'s in the prairlo provinces, who have land that is naturally too rich and too moist to mature cereal grains, would do well to take up the production of timothy seed on an extensive scale. Six cars of timothy .seed is a very small part of the requirements of the Toronto market. The duty on timothy seed itnporled from the United States amounts to seventeen and a half per cent. It the prairie provinces will produce from five hundred to six hundred cars of timothy seed per year, this will go far towards curtailing the importing into Canada of seed now grown in the Mississippi valley on land valued from ?7a to ?150 per aero. LEThBRIDQE BRANCH  GRASSY LAKE BRANCH .1 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.CX, PreildenI JOHN AIRD. GenenI Mu>ig�r H. V. F. JONES, A��'t Genemt Mamvt^ V, C. BROWN, SopMlntendeat of Centnl We�t�rji Bnnche. CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of cfiarge on application. W03 Lethbridge Branch - R. T. Bryrnner, Mgr ^ The Management of Estates,Of f icial Assignee, Fire Insurance and Collection of Rents form a part of our business. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 815 8th STREET SOUTH-eONYBEARE BLOCK-LETHBRIDGE FLAX FOR GRAIN J. H. Grisdale, Director, Dominion Experimental Farms As a crop likely to be quite as profitable as wheat this year may be mentioned tiax. The annual consumption of lla.xseed is in the neighborhood of 30,000,000 bushels on this continent, of wHIch all but about 2,000,000 bushels is ,,ised in the United States. The combined crops of seed in Cana da nud the United States fall usual!.\ 12,000.000 or 15,000,000 bushels short of this amount. This extra seed is brought normally from Argentina, and is coming in at the present time. The factors controlling the price of ihih commodity in the United States and consequently in Canada at the pres ent time are the available suptily in accessible countries and transportation charges. The supply as furnished by the crop of 1915 is short at least the usual amount as mentioned above, and the high cost of ocean trnn-sporta-tion at present (about 70 cents per bushel from Buenos .\yres to New York) has had the natural effect of raising the price of everj' bushel of seed on this continent, so that now, instead of 70 to SO cents per buslie'.. as was the price at Winnipeg in 1'.>V2, Sl.i'o to $2.CO per bushel is being paid ai the same point. The soil and moisture requirements for a good crop of !lax are so nearl> the same as for a good crop ol wheat tliat tl:e nvera.i;e farmer this year is "likely to sow to wheat iuiy land thai >;nder somewhat different ciroumstan ces. might have been sown to flax. Klax must have a goodly amount of moisture either in the soil (as in Eummerfal'.ow) or as rain in .June and .luly to insure anything of a crop worth Willie. Further, it must be �own on fairl5- cle.4n land, and it miis; be sown early enouj,-h to allow it to ripen before fall frosts, but not so early as to run any risks from tpring frosts once it has thrust its first tiny leaves through the ground. This means sowing anywhere from Jlay 13 to June i In Saskatchewan and northern Manitoba, from say May 10 to June 10 In southern .Manitoba, and from May 10 to June 3 or -J in southern Alberta. '' Where wheat seeding has progressed rather slowly, it will often be advisable to sow the last few acres intended for wheat Jnstead to llax. The cash returns per acre from the two crops are likely to be practically eri*s.^ OfllceH, Kxprrsn In chrnpor thnn Mull for lote uf oTi'r 6 Dnblltis ur orer 50 Olitdiuliis. r t\l^r.-,f V�i.-l�M". I'l.i��r r.rm Sfli. fuIlHS I'UnU. ro\iltr;Stipp\lei,, tiitnlcn liuvletneDU, vtc. Write for lu JOHN A. BRUCE A CO., LTD. Bslmbtithtti i^Ssa _ BAMILTON, ONT. EVERY TEST^Wpr IN CANADA iiiil^if VINDICATE MOOSE JAW CITY POLICE FORCE Moose Jaw, April 14.-An absolute vindication of the Moose Jaw police force on Uio charges against them by invostlgation. 'crtain mombora of the clerical body of Moose Jaw. is contained In the report of Judge C. E. D. Wood, of Woy-burn, the commissioner who heard tha THEY MAY LEAVE Washington, April 12-France has assured Uie United States that gxins .iboard the liners Vulcain and lone at N'ew York 'will not be used for often-�ive purposes and Collector .Maloue today was instructed to clear the vessels. Assignee's Sale OF THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OP The Wilson Furniture Company, I.etlibridge Inventory Value Dry Goods.............................*..... $2,768.35 Furniture and House Furnlshinas .............. 1,276.90 Crockery and Glassware..................... 621.70 Wall Paper .................................. 194.18 Fixtures ...........,.......471.25 $5,332.38 Offers at a rate on the dollar will be received up to and Including Saturday, April 8th, 1916. The hlgheit or any offer not necessarily accepted. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO The Trusts & Guarantee Company, Limited OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE, LETHBRIDGE. Toronto Women's fmergenc.v corps las placed the ban on women speakers whose male relatives are "slaking." NEW YORKERS FEAR TROUBLE WITH GERMANY Winnipeg, April 15.-The following cablegram from Paris is published here. '"Paris, April 14.-One of tho most important international bankers of New York city now in Paris, today received a cablegram from his house, saying: "Return at once. Rupture with Germany imminent.' "Another .New York banker recoivetl a similar cablegram today. Both will sail Saturday." How Would You Like To Buy KLENZO At Wholesale Prices Per Case Per Case THE GOOD CO. NEW TREATMENT THAT KNOCKSJIEUMATISM 50c BOX FREE TO ANY SUFFERER , Up in Syracuse, N. Y., a treatment J ; for rheumatism has boen found that I: hundreds of uaers say is a wonder, reporting cases that seem little short I of miraculous. Just a few treaimopt,3 even In the very v/orst cases seem jo Jf iacconipliah wonders even iifter other �rj remedies have failed entirely. It rrrr seems to neutralize the uric acid and ._. lime salt depoalts In the blood, driving all the poisonous clogging waste from the systera. Soreness, pain, stiffness, BWQlllne just seem to melt away land vanish. i The treatment first introduced by j .Mr. Deiano is ho good that its owner I i wants everybody who suffers from \ rheumatism or who has a frieud so I afflicted, to get a free 50c package 1 from him to prove just what it will ; do In every case before a penny Is I spent. Mr. Delano says: "To piovo j that the Delano Ireatraonl will posi-; lively overcome rheumatism, no mat-I ler how severe, stubborn or long [standing the case, and even after ail other troalments have failed, I will, if you have ucrver previously ubwI tlio : irealmout, send you a full size uOc j package free If you will send your name and address with lOc to help pay postage and distribution expense to mo personally." F. H, Delano, 751 Wood Bldg., Syra-. cuho, N. Y. 1 can send only one Free ^ Package to aa address, IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF THE STOCK AND EFFECTS OF THE Whitney Barns, Lethbridg-c Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1916 AT 11 A. M. SHARP The undersigned having received instructions from Mr. Whitney, who has leased his barn for Garage purposes, will sell the following: HORSES-"Dandy," bay gelding, gentle all ways; "Prince," bay gelding, gentle all ways; "Cooney," black gelding, gentle all ways; "Angus," bay gelding, gentle all ways; "Rubber," brown gelding, gentle all ways; 'Ginger," Hackney, bay gelding, well broken; "Eagle," Hackney, grey gelding, well broken; "Goldie," Hackney, sorrel, silver main and tall, well broken; 12 head mares and geldings, 1200 to 1400 In weight, suitable for farm purposes, and well broken. RIGS-2 Three-seated democrats; 1 two-seated democrat; 2 Iwo-Boatod surreys; 1 t\vo-.=-,cate:l mountain surrey, with brake; 2 mountain buggies; 5 single buggies; 1 new buggy, rubber tires, with top; 2 hacks, one with shaCus and pole; 3 cutters; 2 sets bob sleighs; 1 breaking carl. HARNESS-8 Sets single harness; .'') sets double driving harness; 2 sets hack harness; 3 ladies' side Baddies. 1 Hud.-ion Six, Automobile, seven-passenger, 1914 model, electric lights and starter, in good condition. Robes, blankets, whips, duiilers, etc., etc. All the offico furnituro, including typewriter, (Smith Premier), as well as some household furniture. 2 Peerless Incubatoi-s. with brooders, 120 aud 140 egg capacity. As well as sundry articles such as doubletrees, poles, etc., etc., loo numerous to mention. Intending purchasers will please note that the above horses have all good ages, there being none over 7 years old, and the other effects are In first class condition, but must be sold....... TERMS CASH. R. A. JOHNSTON, of Calgary, Auctioneer Announcement! I y\hh to sa^ thnt 1 nin uoav in Imsinesg I'tir iiiyself Jiiid liiiYt> secured the agency for I lie I'ollowiiig lines: THE COCKSHUTT PLOW CO., LTD. THE STUART SHEAF LOADER CO. BEATTIE BROS.' HAYING TOOLS AND STABLE FIXTURES. THE ALBERTA CULVERT AND METAL CO., LTD. AULT AND TAYLOR THESHING MACHINE CO. EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATORS. GOULD-SHAPLEY-MUIR WINDMILLS AND ENQINB8. McLAUGHLIN-BUICK AUTOMOBILES. A FULL LIM^ OF AUTOMOBILES NOW ON HAND. I have nnjved into the Lethbridge-Wej^bum Building' on First Avenue. ALLEN JACK PHONE 1544 v. HBy.BBH EB0 BESS B3GBB RBffl 0EBI9 BSTtl Barley Wanted The Canada Malting Co., Ltd., of Calgary Are prepared to buy all suitable Malting Barley Free from frost, and will pay you more than c*n be obtained by shipping to Kasteru points. SEND SAMPLES FOR PRICES TO Canada Maltina Co., Ltd. p. O. BOX 320 CALGARY ;