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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST.18. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Dearth of livestock U Hard to With Wheat course thai strikes, a .British agriculturist, about your .farming'is the dearth of live (aid J. S. MacDonald, editor o i- i 'A'gpod many In the village dread .He thought of anotbe r: w i nler..; w ith- outa water, supply. Altogether, apart idva.ntage a witerlpg place-lor teams, the neid of :hV people Hylrig In the village for f. sresses j-iipoji us. ev cannot 'hope: to escape fever epi- with vteftrare water! from, sta appoin tSffit nwttef. The In j-weaSi m :It'! is' time definite wai i meeting as -held Thurs- day The "qaestion 6f ah elevator was'; taken up. discussion it was.declded'tfl go'ahea'd Fzrmera" Elevator, in- dependent of any outside affiliation. It was proposed to erect an elevator of 1 capacity. L Rev. of the Seventh Day Adventists church, visited Coal- dale.for the week-end, anil spok? at '.rjt United; Church on Sunday .mornlbif. United windows and doors- of the s_ch6ol. auditdriuta..The mosqultoa-hare' been ;sb_ badrof late hat It has ImpoBsinie io attend comfort. Mr. and Mrs. A. have're- urned.homo. after.aVraqntU's yacatlpn at'Morilen, Man. i The Ladles', Aldlwin. rnset 6n Wed- nesday afternoon at the" school house p. m. school results flattering to Coal- dala students. (We. hope lliey wjll Jike heart the reinarks.-.ot the minister-of education..' We hand of; ediica: Ion's beljef prevails that atrlct-discipllfie, hard work, self control and obedience .are no" longer the bails of real character and. successful citizenship." To the LethbilOge Herald: Believing that the consumers milk In the city of Lethbridge and the public are Interested- In thec present situation In retard to-tbe milk supply' of the-city, the Milk Pro- ducers make statement; The Lethbrldga Nllk PTOducers were ;organlied 'early In' the 'ye'ar 1919, among Its objects was to secure :_lsi, between Milk 2nd, between the Hilki Producers and the the] lollowiog ..i '1st, sbcu'Hng "a reasonable price'to the producer, v an ecqaomlca! method of: dis- trlbfillon.-: lowest priob (consIsUnt wltS the 1st and 2nd objects) to the An agreement was first made with the''Crystal Dairy by'which the milk was to "be delivered to the Crystal Dalrr and the Dairy was to be trie dis- tributor of the milk, under these ar rangemcnts a minimum price of per hundred for milk delivered to the Dairy. "The Crystal Dairy distributed this inlik to the'consumer at a cost ot 17 cents per quart. All went well until on or about February 8th, 1920, when the producers received a.letter from the'Dairy stating that dating back to February 1st, the producers would be paid per hundred but there was no change in price made to the con- sumer. The had been a long one, the price of feed i was unpreced ently high. The producers were buy ing feed that they had_ not contemp- lated and at the price at which they were selling, trie milk they were los ing mosey. A meeting was held, some wished 'to increase the price of milk but It was decided that the price of ;.._, for producing delivery to the Here fwas a raiierlal decrease -In price to the Pjodiiler uuil no reduc- whatever -Xto" the toritunfer. Thei Producers would uot staud lor thls.- Efforts were made to compromise tho matter but were not successful and the Producers are now delivering their milk to the Chief Mountain Dairy, and using that organization fwr distribution. V It IB well for the public to know tie situation Lnd also to .know where tho bridge can'.bo obUjned, V Hi BOUl-TOjs.' vSet-rotary. will be persuislve recruiliug aaeiH. b j especially wiih unmarried luon und midnight, i untrained (or u civil'ciwupatlon. Loril t Halg's recent for1 work for and Fort William at RECRUITING PL'AN' LONDON, Aug. As- sociated war office Is sangulna that the new rules .enabling ex-subalterns to recnllst as corporals will meet with a ready, response. Twelve thousand former officers are N. S. FARMERS ORGANIZE' service men is being powerfully sup- ported. A conference Is- being held early ia September of all mayors FREDEIIICTON, N. B., Aug. around London lo consider the matter, j The United Farmers of New Bruns-' .....i wick at a meeting he'd in the country court bouse here this afternoon, be- gan organizing for York county, elect-, ing officers and directors. This meet- Ing will be followed later by KILLEO IN AUTO CRASH POHT ARTHUR. Guemrd, member Aug. of. a well-known family here, was killed when his auto stated to bo seeking employment and travelling at a high rate of speed col It is suggested that such a condition lided with a street car on the road mally called convention. The speakers Included John M Pratt of. Winnipeg. milk would remain-the same and tha durtrig tb'a' suniroer those who hat would have the opportun Ity to make, some- profit and regain what they This arranga- men't. continued "until Juiie when thi Mlltt Producers got a letter from Mr Carlyle asklngr Increase of th( delivery thi 15th day of July the Producers recelv ed a letter (rom the Dairy to the ef feet that the Producer henceforward would receive' tor the milk o 9% cents a quart. Mr. Carlyle vas re tailing this-milk at-lT.pents a.quart giving, hliii 7% cents a for de- THAT CHANGE IN LIFE Mrs. Gpdden fells HoW II May be Passed in Safety and Comfort neet "at 'the homo of Nels Albert.fion usVat', to A-'-Bj-Kendail fetut-h'ed.'ffdm. C.j where'-he rwent. to purchase fruit and-'ationdltn" Other business.mattOM haying been appointed by the U.' f. O Miss Lillian'Johnson, who has been alWnding.'ibb college' -at married Friday August 13th" to '.TSionias ot Jilecjlclnc 'Hev. H, MacKIn nop officiated. Congratulations from frlendi, ilrV'an'd'Mr'i, J6hn Dergan had their Infatit Sunday, Aug. 16 A large-Jliimlief, attended the "cere Mr1. A. J. Trembly .returned from Argyle, rillon.; August'16th 'to'clean up. tifs Mrs. Trembly' ant (omjly Wlnnlfred ae soon as the renter's time terminates Mr. Sharer and family of" 'iipect to be sottlei In flhe Parmers' cottaKe tbl his been appoint' charge ot the farm. crV.'Blavaior here, to Mil Mr. R. O. jfco loaving. v- Mr. Vim. Milo Scott are now located ;a: Medjr.lnc Hal, haying n nlco tuticalow.1 Just irecont- his farm to his for 'k f6w yeartl. Wfnriitrod, .fltari ajain defeated How Isliuul nine Augiiit lltH., Vlnnl- frad a pro t.5ll4irerl the iard, '.V Jaraeo LarsVn was Die busies-, moh in unloading hcailnr The "hiany farmers ccr- tainfy Mr. Larsen In NAVY CUT AnOUEnolishlroi Frwooot, was rassinr threnit the critical period of life, being forty nix ;ean of age and bad'all symp- toms flash es, nervousness, ani was in a. general run down coodiUon, n it waj bird for to do tnT work. LjdiaE. PtBkham'i Vegetable Com- pound waj recom- mended to as beat remedy for my which it nrely prored to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, and tie annoying symptoms hare ilisdp- peared." M. GODDEN, B25 Na- poleon St, Fremont, Ohio. Such' annoying symptons u heat flunes, nervouanHs, backache, head- idle, irritability and may be. speedily overcome and syitera restored to normal condlrjorn by this famous root and herb remedy Lydia E, Pickhim's Vegetable Compcnad. 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