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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rAGBBIGHT T^K LETHBRIDGE pAILT HFRALP SATURDAY. APni]^20, IfltS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Some Niit� to Crack liy thp r, F. A., liy S. niuiham. Kx Vico rrps.) for eacli iiulividnal of llie litter, sliouUl ! he uiatlo of feeding and brcoding; tauqim to .Alht itii.hiit wliilo tUo nu'iD-bors (if the iioaiv! universally v.pi-e symiiatluvu- ro ilio iiK.'veini'Ut.Avi^ founil_ !th;v( i: was inipo.splble for ilu'ni to' comprehend the iiiiignKnJe of ils ]ios-siliilities. and cuns f � � �   ? USE OP FISH. � * ? ?  ? 'x* That tliero ip a prcjiidlco nK.'iiusl frozen fisli In the minds of many Can charges iitciirrcd while tlie sow whk ' 'lotisowlves. and thai this pre- earrvins and later snclUing the litters : � utterly uitwarrnntert and iiient3 made by �f'eed rost to raise a slit to first fnrrowinp .........�........$2S.r.7 HreedinK elinrses. cost to feed wliile suckliiiK litter........ 10,00 used its ordinary pr.'iaution. which is j considerably higher-SS.lM. cair.niendiible to it iii not fonnally p"-; 't sold ja'ter rnisinp one litter the dovBing or parti;-:;t.u:n':r in the move-i sow niigh; be expected to bring about : meet. I f:"^-'!-'>' raisin.? a second litter of i jndioe that has arisen aRainst It is become, .isnd itistitutions. The fact that hvi-'fvi^n pi;rs. the cost per pis vvonld be i due to the improper methods fre in ihe vicinity of $2.S::. | (luontly followed in defrosting frozen as tresti fish, and is iiandled for dis-tribul.lon mnoU more clie,nnly. Increased demand for jro/en fish will briny an Increased supp'.v- Honse-wivos should nsk their dealers tor bred ' fro?Rn flab and it freely as a snh- consHjner's kitchen. U is fre-iher than n. fish tliat has merely been shipped oil )ve. it Ir aH trcsh au n fish cooked at a c.imp lire on the shore a few minutes after It is cad,i;bt. All proceasea of de'cay and deterioration have boon forestalled and suspended, for the wlnter-iiauKbl fish is fro/.ou almost tito nionient it is lifted out of (he water. If defrosted properly and cooked promptly, it i.s positively as fin* In flavor and as,' niihltion.s as :i food, as a fish right off the book or strniKlu. from the net." Mrs. .Miitdrcw arntied that fl.-;ber-inet'. would supply more froxen fi.sii to the Canadian market if the demand warranted so dolns, and it lay with consumers to increase the supply by inFistInK tJiat their dealers provide for their reiiiiirements. ITavins; bad the expcrirnce of assist- this means, the coiintnes. yes. th-inr in a small wav anolhi r coiuuiuit- v.-oi'l"'*' talent, can be success- itj to avail itself of tliis uroat privil-; f-:!'.-; "'"i ''heaply brought to tlie very ege, ai:d liaving scon w'aat the Chau- ' oooi' lauqii.] liitl a-.ul is dciii.c (or t' cni-a-i!:-.-:!ity, v.-ere in a better position titan any other member oi i'ae execti- of the farmer, atid the farmer i atid his family can in this wtiy receive ; tlie beiieiit of the best educati)rs anil ^ file b,';?! i'riists, s'aouUi ut mice con-' fish. There is no necessity ot pour ing hot water on a frozen fish. Soak it in cold water, and only long enough to draw out the frost. On no account use hot v.ater. .-\ few niliiiites immersion in a, bowl of oo'ld water is suffi- t've or �.o.irJ of nirectov,; to know of ''i'''''' "'-y intelligent iarmer ot the its u.sefiiliiess. It was ot:r wish to see ^-J"'- '^"^ institutlon.And when the the Evecutive and the Board of Uirec , f:if""'r �'^t"!'''^ 'hat he cannot tors take auvameil active iiartUipa-tjon in the introduction of the Ci'.ati- ' olitain tliese advanla.ce in any other way. ihere successInly' should be no i TME "GilSCilREIS" r, BILIOUS ED Best f r Liver ard Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomteh. The average .-ost per pig miglit be safrly figured at $'.t.OO. Seven raised pigs per sov,- is a high average, nti-mei-ou.-: individuni cases to the coti-! ra rj-. A C!itr.rlo ; cfent for a siual! fish. Larger ones A.gric'.iinfral t'ollegp it was estimated ' ti^ke ion.ijer in proportion. Hut ('t that wiiere till incidental feedju.g, ; It^nve it soaking too Unig. and cook it m.�iatcnance and breeding charges i immediately. Tf \t.iu boil ii use the up.-p considered. y,>un,g pigs conld be : same water in which you defrosted it. 1 in'sitalion, look forwr.rd land we ; raised to si.": week.s at a cost of !!1,:7 , 2"d save all the naturtil flavor thore- j do not have to look very far forward i ' e^ch with an avarage litter of six anvl p')'- ! to the when every live farming ,'''"t'iuiiC pigj. .Meal was ohargod at i "-^ wfntcr-caught fish in the north-icomiiuinity will have its week of the ;'he rate of $20.00 per ton: skim-milk ,>rn or northwestern lakes Is frozen ; (.�iiautnnqua. During sncli week ar-ji'^Otf per ton. and roots |J.OO. Pre.----j a few- minutes utter it leaves the wa-.rnngemetirs can he made in many j ent day prices would bo 550.(10. S4,00 I ter, and glazed over with ice. U is � idaces to hokl the District Convention.^ J.",.0o respectively at the lowest cs | shipped that way, sold that way in the � the sessions of which cap. i)e held in li'naie and would explain the fact J f'sb stores and is consequently an ab-1 jthe moraing. and all matters of local, t'nat the foregoing figures are so � !?"ltitely fresh fish when it reaches the j interest to the farmer can be properly - mttch higher than the Glteip.*! findings ' ; handled. i which were practically similar to It was our desire to see representa-{ |J^'^*^ showii at the Central Experi.neu-t tives of the orgnnized farmers among '"' "* ; the speakers at the Chautauqua who ! could discuss from the farmer's view-1 point the grial issues in whicii tiie � far.7ior is concerned. In r.,i orlier way : WL'u'tj such representatives iiave ilie opportunity to present the view point of tl!,e far.-ner so effectively. Imacine :!ie president- of the l",F.A. beginning siibfteW death'of----^' WRS, STEVENS .Moose .law, April !',�.-Mrs. A. K, Stevens, wife of General Supl. Stevens of the C. P. n. dieii at Ivos Angeles, I'alif., on Wednesday niglit. Her death was qnilo unexpected. In company with Jlr. Stevens she loft four weeks ago for California to spnd a vacation and whileNhern contracted pnenmonia. Of four sui*lving children, Lex is a flight lieutenant in the (loyal yiying Corps: Kdward is a member of tiie .Moose Jaw branch of the rtoyal Bank of ('luiada, while AValter and Gordon are attending school. Tlio remains will be interred at Vancouver on Tuesday, -THE STANDARD BANK �> CANADA CONDENSED STATEMENT 31ST JANUARY, 1�1S LIABILITIES Note.? ill Circulation.........................,....... $ ,'7,48*,m(W Deposits.....................................;....... SH,{i(Ht,~03M> Dnc to Bank-;..................... ,.'................ 2,lfll,80;i.7.'l Dividcml, Payable 1st l'*ehamry, 11(18................ 112,091.17 .IceeptancM Under I^etter.^i ot Credit................. 70,O."18.SO Capital, Reserve Piind and l\ & L. Account......... ,8,0St,798.81} ASSET,? on Hauu....................................... OoUl Reserves and Govt, Deposits lor Circulation..... Due by Banks......................^................ DoininioA Govt., British Ciovt. and other Itonds, etc,.,. C.ill Loans aiid Current Discounts.................,. ilnnk Prentlses...................................... Letter.9 of Credit Per Cor.tra...................... Other Assets...................................'. $7.1,�IH>.iU)7.4a $U,C2.?,114.80 ' 2,fl7.'i,00a00 4.ISS,749.4ii ia,04�,.m4i) 42,002, 1,.124,298.44 70,(W�.80 _lOH.Oftl.OH $73,mto,'no7;4;'2 The in swine raising, is also omitted. mder proper management there is a fair profit In hogs. To the consumer c." to produce pork from | the prospective swine grower the these young pigs against which feed-; foregoing figures however, would in-mg charges at the average rate of | ^caie certainly that such profits'are Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and noso clogged �p with n cold-always trace this SO torpid livpr: delayed, fermenting food in th� bowels or sour, gassy stomach. , .- ,----............. ................. , , . . , r  i Poisonous matter clogged in the in- at Vancouver and delivering his lec-; equivalent in other forms of fooa. i of tnres to 'oodios of from two-to five i Pe''t'ounfi &ain wouli ba a safe basis. ! ?:i,oo_each must Ije levied at sis weeks oi age, will vary widi^ly with the methods of feeding. Figures troiti the Experimental Farms 'records would indicate that four pounds of meal, or not excessive. SEED AND TABLE POTATOE S For Sale in Car Lots; Also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Write for Prices: Kenneth R. Simpson & Co. CAUOARY, ALTA. Dealer In Potatoes, Hay, Eggs, Etc. Sending Money to Soldiers Those -who have friend.? or relatives at he front, may wish to send money, but possibly do not know the best way to do so. If time permits, the safest and tnost convenient method of making remittances abroad is the Bank Money Order or Draft, as issued by The Merchants Bank. If, Jiowever, it is necessary to send money without delay, the Bank will arrange thi.^ by Cable Transfer. m M?RCMANTS BANK Head Office : Montreal. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH HRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. Cj^NADA Estiiblishcd t6G4, H. J. DINNING, Mcnagcr, V. A. EBERLY, Actind ManaRcr. M. A. KILPATRICK, Actini! Manaier. HOG PRODUCTION testines. instead of being cast out the system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches tlie de!ic.Tte brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascaretg immediately cleanse the utoiiiaeh. reiuove the sour, undigested food iind foul gaEes. lake the excess bjlo from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight -will surely fitr,iighten you out by morning. They wnrk while you sleep-a lOcent box from your drugfjist means your head cisar. stomach sweet and your liver regular for months..-Advertisement. thoiisnnd, onij day after another nnti! lie had reaciied across the coiiiinent. ' .-;preadi!i6 tlie seed of org:inl7,3tiim. of coiiiiiiiinity luiildin.?. of co-operation and of education in his path ihroughoiit liie country, the results for good is beyond compreliPtision. Our city of Uethbridge was the first lov.-n on the prairie to invite the Chautauqua, and while the people here ara s-soerally uascquainted with the movemeat. yet the largest audience, far, gathering in this city was at In the case of the bacon hog this r^u.oo'tr ji^y'p^r pif'.^':^;ng! it is a matter of the greatest importance ^-Ing^ti^nrthf-^t^r^rledl^^'cte! that Canada should increase her produc-':::f,.lLJ'^:^. \ tion of bacon hogs and other live stock !"ght'\""tkeriff"far''feSl 38 therc is at present a world-wide short-' wi^ue he average overhead chatge \ mcat. Good markcts for somc timc flrmef'^o Z^l intt^'lT t^fp^sl'it' comc ETC absured. OpenaHousekeepfna Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decided advantage In depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk o*, keeping a considerable sum in youi* home or carrying It when shopping, end each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt. LETHBKi?DGE BRANCH - . - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manafler  F. V. Cavffrs, Manager  J. Blsckwcod, Manaotr CARDSTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH - Juice of Lemons! How to Make Skin White andBeautifu ; v,-a.^ furnished was eminently satis-, factory, but during the coming year l.we have every reason to believe 'hat iihe program to be furnished will be ' superior to the one last year, j livery live l',F,A, should in some : way link un v.-ith the ChautauQua. If ! the local is too retnote for a general I i'.ttendance of its members, delegates ,-houlrt be sent so the community may become alive to the advantages to be obtained, and the executive j should take suei; Interest in the Chau-I tauqua .ns to use an influence in the selection of the speakers who are employed. At Lethbridge it has been suggested that a district conveBtion will be held during the same week, so that the delegates from locals of the district cau avail themselves of this opportunity and carry back to theirl locals some ot the inspiration that It is hoped v.-in be made available thereby. We are well aware" that among our friends in the l',F,A.. and particularly the old board of directors, we were considered a sort of crank on this subject. Ws plead giiilty to the charge, but tre ask the reader to remember that cranks are made to turn things, and while we have eacounter-i ed some considerable difficulty in turning the view point so that tjie officials and ihembership ot the Tr i"'.A. . will get the full vlalon of the advan- At the cost, ot a small ]ar of ordin- t,age to the.-n and to the countn,- gen-ary cold cream one can prepare a ful ^raUy to be obtained by Uie Introduc-quarter pint of txie most wonderfui proper management of the lemon skin softener and complexion chautauqtia, yet aurely and steadilv beautifier. by Bqueezmg the juice ot (^^11 is being made, and in a day two fresh lemons mto a bottle contain- coming at no great distance in the ing three ounces of orchard white.; j^^^,, ^^e great majority of the juice through a fine cloth so no lemon ! .^i"'^I'^'^/^.^'-^rt, ^^'f^ receiving pulp gets in, then thiB lotion will keep j I.'t'", Pf'T"^!^;.^ tfL',?!'' gets m, then tnsK lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove .^luch blemishes as freckles, sallowness and tan, and is the Ideal skin softener, smoothener and beautifier. Just try it! Get three ounces ot orcliard white at any pharmacy and tv,-o lemons from the grocer and make would live throughout the winter. Your behind In this movement. (To be continued.) ? * ? * * '^ > :� .> 4 > * > > ^� 4^ i).il:jble, and particularly whoro ! only one jitter pflr Virf.r per sow is ; nvisr.d. is trr'^.iCer tinin many swine i prowtrs supporo. The foliowins figuri;.=( are availabk' from svvinij lireedinE opcracioun at ihc-1 I'lpovlmental Ka.-iu, Ottawa, and else-; where on the l-Jxperipiental Farms Sys-; lem and may throw h.oiuc iigiit on tiio ; question. To arrive at the co3t ot ; young pigs tlie feeding costs not oniy of the dam but aUo of the grantl-dam are necessary. In other words the full inainleniincfi cohi of tlio yaunK sow together with h^r iiii'.kliig pi^riod charges, should be firriircd 10 nrriVH at the c, of the firtit litter. I'o-succeeding litters a pro ruta cliaigi; PRICE $750 f. o. b. FORD, ONT. Supplied at chassis only BUSINE.SS men everywhere who have hauling or delivering problems to consider-whether operating a whplesale business, a retail store, or a farm-will welcome the arrival of the Ford One-Ton Truck. Heretofore, the Ford user who wanted to carry loads up to a ton found it necessary to get one of several special attachments or extensions which were on the market. Now the standard Ford truck is available-a car that can withstand the drudgeries of commercial use, and yet lacks superfluous weight, sxyd is easily handled-. The truck differs from Ford passenger cars in that it is specially designed throughout in proper pattern and strength for heavy-duty service. It has a final drive of the v/orm gear type, so that all gears are enclosed. Rear wheels are equipped with solid tires. Front tires are pneumatic. Standard Ford motor, transmission and ignition. The largest truck and automobile company in the British Empire, with an organization of more than 700 Canadian dealers stands back of every Ford truck purchased. Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD f^lBRE PI.ASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL LOW TILE, BRICK, ROOFINGS. SIJILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATSS, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WIND SHIELDS. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ui. I PHONE 1044 FOURTH Sf. S., LETHBRIDGE FOR SALE Dwelling Houses 526 7th Street S., Modern Bungalow .................... 12500.00 908 6th Avenue S., 50x75................................ ?2100.00 1403 I8t Avenue North ..............................'.....$700.00 One-Fifth Down Pnymenl. Balance on easy \ernfi8 thartafter. APPLY The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, AOMINISTflATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH SThEET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBEHTA' PhOf^E 18� HOUSEHOLDERS Please Note that we delivei' RINKS Ford Garage, Dealers A. P. Veale, Dealer -Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond of al! kinds to any part of the city. C- O. D. ONLY Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd. Your WiM---Is it Ready? Delay in the making of a Will has cau.sed many an estate to pass to those for whom it was not intended. Why not see to yours at once? Consult our Trust Officers. All information gladly given without charge. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET ON WILLS. The Trusts and Guarantee CttHipany, limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSCGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOC, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY. RED DEER, STETTLER. 'I ;