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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .1 -N ^HE LETHBBIDGE DAILY ri"E�RAlb SATURDAY, DECEMBER t, 1915 WE EVER LION AIR? Of Thought b*ptr�4Bj>Utter AWatt "Fruit HI ,v^.^>-----ss MR. 9. MCLEAN Orillia, Ont., Nov. 2Sth, 1914. �v. "Forover two years, I rras troubled With Constipation, /Jroaisiness, Lack of Atfxtitt and Htcdaclies. I tried several medicines, but got no results and my Headaches became more severe. One day I sew your sign -which read 'Fruit-a-tiTes' make you feel like walking on > air. This appealed to me, so I decided jto try a box. In a very short time, I �began to feel better, and noiul/eel fine. .Now I have a good appetite, relish * verything I eat, and the Headaches ; �re gone- entirely. I cannot say too much for ' Fruit-a-tives', and recom-tnmd this pleasantfruit medicine to all Stay friends". DAN McLEAN. "FRTJIT-A-TIVES' is daily proving its priceless value in relieving cases of .'Stomach, liver and Kidney Trouble- 'General Weakness,, and Skin Diseases. '50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. BILLY SUNDAY The baseball evangelist who has created a great Sensation in Christian -KQjja in the States. , He wKl visit Ontario in the'; interests of temperance shortly HAND SEPARATOR CREAM Patrons of cream gathering cream-erics frequently compain of the variations which occur in. the percentage of fat as revealed by the test of the cream delivered from time to time. These variations have given rise to more or less dissatisfaction on the part of the patrons, and have been the cause of unnecessary friction bet-ween them and the mauagers of creameries. A series oi tests and experiments bearing on this point have recently been completed by the branch of the Pairy and Cold Stir-age Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture, at Ottawa, and the results obtained are published in circular No. 14 of that Branch. Ii is desirable that creamery patrons should know''the results of these experiments. Managers of creameries may apply for- and secure from the Publications Branch of the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, suffici-eat copies to supply each patron. Individual copies will be sent to those who apply for them. on THE IBT'D 1873 STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE - TORONTO f][ Every good bank has a RESERVE FUND as a pro-virion for lean years and the inevitable rainy day. This Fund has been accumulated from Surplus Earnings and ia a source of strength and stability. Everyone should have a RESERVE FUND. Without it no one is in a safe financial con* dition. Our Savings Department offers an '.I oil opportunity for establishing \ OUR RESERVE FUND. at LETHBRIDGE BRANCH .1Q.P. BUTCHER, Manager. 258, 13th Street N. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LLJ>., D.C.L., President tOHN AMD, General Manacer H. V. F. JONES. Aut General M�n�w V, C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western Branches CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W61 Lethbridge Branch - R. T. Brymner, Mgt CANADA'S LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY In competing for tho markets of the world there is no branch of industry that exceeds in importance that' of live stock breeding and raising. Paraphrasing the old Jingo cry, we have the land, we have the will and we have the climate. What is needed is the means, and ever more means, and simultaneously the ways of marketing. However divergent in views and theories people may be, it cannot be denied that they arc all united in a common elTort to improve both agricultural and industrial conditions. In helping the one the other is bang aided. The interests are inextricably involved. If either is especially pros'- j perous both ultimately must be, although one may feel the benefits of extra demand and high prices before the other. In the past few years especially, all the provincial governments as well as the Federal govcrnmtnt have bent much of their energies towards the improvement and extension of agriculture. While a deal of scientific effort has been devoted to the cultivation of the land and improvement of productions of the soil, sight has not been lost oi the needs and necessities of that other branch of inestimable worth-live stock, meaning thereby cattle, sheep and swine. In the latter direction pure-bred animals have re-, cently been placed in various districts where their services were pre- j viously diflicult to obtain, the regis-! tration of pedigrees has been nation-' alized, systematized and subsidized, grants towards greatly liberalizing the pre.niums at exhibitions have been made, a special branch has been established in connection with the Experimental Farm system at Ottawa to investigate the cause of disease, to give counsel to breeders and to control outbreaks of infectious or � contagious ailments, judges and lecturers have bean appointed free of cost, cold storage facilities have been arranged and refrigerator cars equipped and paid for, grants have been made under the tremendously benefi-' cial Agricultural Instruction Act with its ten million dollar attachment, for the encouragement of vet- i erinary education and research and everything possible has; been done for the development and increase of cooperation. ' Important and valuable as are and' have been the efforts above enumerated in the interests of live stock hreeding the devotion of the Federal department and the Provincial department has been by no means lim-! ited to them. In fact, as far as present human ken can travel little has been left undone. But one of the greatest lines of endeavor has yet to be mentioned, namely the improvement of marketing and transportation facilities. While this object has never been lost sight of, constant attention having been bestowed upon it-in various ways, it remained for the present Dominion Minister of .Agriculture to take the matter boldly into - ;. , GRAIN! PHONE 1313 Have You a Car on Track- R�t o�r Pricaa Smith-Murphy and Co. OUR BUSINESS IS CHANGING YOURj "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" Office 308 7th St. 8. in Sherlock Building (Ground Floor) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbridge Branch Reference Bank of Nova. Scotia HEAD OFFICE -  WINNIPEG An Experienced Executor The administration of a Will calls for wide experience in financial and commercial matters. This Trust Company offers you the experienced services of a body of successful business men. They have every qualification for the perfect administration of your Will. Write for our booklet on *Wills.* THE TRUSTS & GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the' Judicial Dletrlcts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commerce Bldg.-J. W. McNIcol, Inspector. TOO MANY FIRES It is not right to keep your FIRE IN8URANCE POLICY in your own home, it is a'Receipt for payment of Premium'and coulS be burnt. - Send It to us for safe keeping. No ehargs. We are Agents for the Oldest and most Reliable FIRE INSURANCE Companies. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 315 5th STREET SOUTH-CONYBEARE BLOCK-LETHBRIDGE c Salberg Grain Go. . g-wtes-----" .i ... 'i . i -,i MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE � r Lethbridge Offioe-Ground Floor, Hull flock. 72 ;