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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CARING GERMAN PRISONERS-MOVING TO ATTACK IT yi m A oTcfffi gfi x .Vj m I .m ag; sas! S13 ififSS illfi. f norement list las for Its, ZA object tntouragerctot ol 1 ths lite and ellltd Indus- tries wcrlfcy coninieDiJettoD 'at the present time. For taany years after tho conclusion of tho of Europe will de- plndont upon the of Ibe Dominion at Canada for, their meat WITH 'THE BRITISH ;VFBANQB AND MESOPOTAMrA. temporary'bridge across a canal new the German lines on, the Western Front Newly .captured German prboners De- served with bread gild tea, "r, (8) the clever of ;the tanks owing to his experience-, gained by riding in tanks can balance him-" self on the bars of a motor-cycle. British .troops moving to support at- .tapk. :i (5) A huge Gerican gun position after be- .ing strafed. v (6) French and British Tommies playing I with two'little "goats that have-been left behind in France. 7 British have 'oorne to s looking Kurds at Xariakin. -IN WESTERN CANADA] I (8) 5rize steen, I'. (9) EtiUins young calves. POOD SUPPLIES mm v f vC. fcr' I-V4 ,g. w smim by alttr i r tt> and dairy supplies. Tha replsnlsli- msoi ot tte-depleted hcriJa ol EuroA also a demand for live atocx oa the American continent sued aa has cover been eiperleacfid betoH. It then that tbe farmer who Is' maintaining or num- ter of his llve-atock at tha preient Urns li the one most w ncord for twpa, is pre- eminently k llvs ctotlt country. In Addition (o tunclmt Uoi'tvtlt- Mo for of Crai'9 to supply much of of world, JjrtlrU provincts; tod uro cipablj of lupportlnc rollllou of cattK shMi) end hogs, Many of tni) iseltlera, found U i cult to i start, or hure not convinced of the possibilities, of lire E'oclt, out thtM olistMle's't're'b'elug praduilly crercome by 'of provincial- tnd isuch u (he Canadian 'clflc Hallway. Although stlM In an experiments! stage (be icbemts, Ihll have been adopted In .Msnftobi'aiid Alberts are proving very successful, its Dopartiaenf of Asrlcnlture tbe Manl' toba Government buys cdwa and sells ther. OQ credit ,10 farmers, puring tbc first year or so COWB were supplied la tbfs manner to'.fanD' crs. Ataost tic of them' went part sad tho Us It own In tho ftrt ths.t la four hew 6sd havo' fcstn: esUSMlihed. the .of also, retort Urgtr ihlpmeatii o( milk sm. trsam from tbl3 ttrrftpry. >At the'jinitht !hs Eorcrnmtni la not pblo to rft- liver .com as applications tot tfcem aro riccfvod acd now- orders on band about S.OM ail. ftct which showi the popu- larity of the scheme. Tbo" plan Vdopfed'by. the rOovern- ffleal of loiaewhat different from that of Manitoba In lie method o! operation. In -an act of parliament! slat, cd, provides .thftt. any. five: or more farmers may a 5oint promissory note Tor an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars for each signer for a term of 3ro yesre Ibo ProvlDoUl Treasurer guaranteed tbo payment of these notes. row.ed ba: 'Invealei. In: female callle, except that the borrowers rap.y If'they ebocso not'more than THE WAR per cent, of their total emount In pule bred bull. The cattle must ba anded with the govcrnnienj. brand, atid, Vflth their female'proseny, re- raaln Ibe property it the goyernment tbe noie Is paid. The triafo pro- scny becomes the property of the pur- 'beser Immediately.-'fhls scheme fcas seen In little: nldre than a year, and already ihousand haad of cows have been placed In the hands of tarmcre Not inly has tbe.scheme enabled iheiu to hcrease their incomes donstitcrably anil enhance the prosperity of the province, but it has also'.shown the possibilities of live stock In the conn- the result that .they are be- log acquired In Increasing aiimbsrs, by farmers outside of the plan as ByreVsonoflhe enormous crop of fod-' def thlt can be raised In the Irrigation districts thatareteing developedby the CaDadltn'Paciflc Hallway in gonlhero AlberlaJ the raising ol live stock Is one 611 moat branches ol farming there. This Is recdsnlzed by (be cotdpany find In order to encour- Igo practice of mixed [armine ?f. -i among settlers'on irrigated land. It sasisls buyers of Its lands, (f lliey'are able t6 comply vUh certain con. by advancing ilve stock lo value of Si ,000, on a cash 'payment1 of.twenty Der cent, credit being given for the balance. All .thsse ftchcmcs proving of great bancBt to the settlor fnll niit to tfci''. Canada. tdunfri1 number ol years, buimeinwblle influence.Is ricmonstratlnE lo tier that the possibilities ot live stocK raising In Western Canada ire.'diu- ally as good. If teller enn, lhag Iho growing ol grain. ;