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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JPage.li THE LETII HIM DOE DAILY HERALD WHY SHOULD NOT OLD PEOPLE RETAIN THEIR YOUTHFUL VIGOR No Reason Why Men And Women Of Sixty, Seventy And Eighty Should Not Be The Secret Of Happy Old Age in-day, SHOWN IN TWO YOUNG COLLEGE WOMEN j BACK FROM ROME SAY WE HAVE EVERYTHING TO LEARN O- (From New York Times) ifclarins that they wero able, to IIAV rent and al! other living expenses ami enjoy every table' luxury iu Km'- Figures Reach Immense Pro- portions and il Adds to Nation's Richness Ore. -7. A bulk-tin j farms in lyil'J, eKflusive of milk and Cfeani coiwiiiued on (aims was re- ported as I tXQUO. The total repotted duity products soli! in was 000, or which the value of milk, cream, und butter (at represented nearly four-tilths ;md that of butter most of the remainder. The quan- tity oi mill; sold as sui-h report- The Famous Medicine Made Of Fresh Fruit Juices, Again Proves Its Great Value In Curing Kjdney Trouble. Old pars UK cost of living.- l-'ew meii-aud women of fifty, ami seventy are free of Kidney Trouble. Hard work, mental strain and genera! debility, tell in the long- run. And many men and woineu shew they have Kidney Trouble by suffering with pain iu ihe back, headaches, rheumatism, sciatica, tedder disease. To such people ban proved one of the wonders tUt the-iaost remarkable discovery of the century, in modern medical science. This fruit medicine has performed hundreds of cures where the sufferer had been lold that the case I' o Take, for ruslance, Mr. Geo. W. Barkley, it prosperous fanner .i nd one of the leading citizens of Duudns County, Ontario. i i At seventy-six, he is the picture of the vigorous and the sprightly step of a man of fifty. Yet for twenty years, he suffered with KidueyTrouble. lie took ".Fruit-a-tives" and it cured him. CijS6TSRviu.E, ONT., JAN.. 35141, 1911 "For over twenty years 1 have beeu troubled -with Kidney Msaase. and the doctors told me Uiey coifld do me no good, and said I woald be a sufferer all the rest of my lifc! Nearly a vear ago, i I tried I have beeu using them all the time since to sty that I am cured. I give the ereiitof doing what the doctors said was impossible." -.'GEO: W. BAKKUtY. is the ouly raediciue in the world made of fruit, is the only one tlmt acts directly on the kidueys. It cures. joe. a box, 6 for 52.50 or (rial size, 250. At dealers or sent ou receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. nmmarmm. the data i as or substan- I I'niti'il States for press on the the need establish here methods sueh as have; erators reported dairy cows on April radii-ally lowered the cost of living j IS, 11110. For only I. of these abroad. i farms were dairy products of any Tho two vonns erusaiiers lor lower j kind reported as ptodlltvd ill prices are Miss Lillian W. Johnson of; ami for only the quan- Mempliis, Tenn., and Miss Ernestine j thy of milk produced in stated. The niainifaetnre of [Miller at ehei'Sf is, however, gradually licit transferred from farms to The and laclones was poinu in 190H, an inereaKe of 7.1 per een .According to the census the Kreati Noa. of Umtianooga. lenn. Jlws Tile total number dairy rows on Part of cheese was made in factorie Johnson has a iloetor's degree from farms April 15, llUil. was reported Cornell ur.iiersity, which she arnurml as while the number on ifter an A. at the University of' farms which ri'porl.'ii ihe production Mieliisan. while .Miss Xoa Is a grail- ,te. of the 'IVonmn's (.'olleso at Iu tlie leading dairy slates, judged by the total the fan production, excluding milk mul used ut home were of any kind of dairy products iu'liMH) ii.v v.iK.iM .-i .it won.-j was and the numbe-r of Xevv York Wiseonsin Pi-nnsvlvu "ore. farms which reported the production ia, .Illinois, Ohio, Minti-sota The two eoMese women went abroad j of irrilk in 1909, was or Michigan and California i-i r-icli a year aso with iliolr hearts intent; per cent, of tlw total. the value' reported' exceede on a study of the kindergarten metli-j The total jiroJufMon of milk re- In production of bllltc ods of Mnie. .Moutessori. But. when ported for 1909 was rliey found cheap vegetables and gallons, the l-rue total probably nirm products were they concluded (Wiling this by not less tliau 30 per study of the mutbods that j There were on April IS, 1910, ht ibis aboui would be of much dairy on tlio furins Assuming thai number in 1'JOf) Convicted of stealing a dollar bill from a letter. Edward J.' Herrod. n Dowoie township mail carrier, vas lei- go on suspended aentunKe. The wattjr courses of the Slate of have been estimated to be capable of supplying S.OOO.OOi) horse- power. SINGERS WANTED Bass and tenor singers for. the new choir of First Baptist Church. Apply by letter or iu person-to GEO. MITFORO, C inductor Address SM or 5307th St., S. PiLttence.Uec. profitable that broil greater importance than teaming liow j reporting: this milk. 10 Instruct children in a kindergarten, "icre were the sajne They became students of Professor production of milk per Uaviil Lnliin. delegate to the United covv would he 383 gallons. The to- States at the International Instute of i 'i1' dairy productions on Agricultnro at. Koine, Italy. This __ stltute. which hold an annual sembly at Home in May to treat the in the general subject of farm finance is, ac- (on the farms and in factories) Wis cousin was ilic leadints; state, follow ed by Iowa.' Minnesota, Peimsylvan iA, Michigan, Ohio. Illinois Nn York. The average value of liutler sold b> farmers in the United States as whole vas 2-1.2 mils per uounil as compared witii 111.7 conts 18811, :1u increase of -11. i) per cent. ndlcil usual way. So that lue farmer always cording ro Mis. .loliiisoii and Miss Noa. a" lh.a.1 ca" had for llis when hvBhips them to town. He isn't I at the mercy of any middleman. And he plants his acres in confidence. "And the lund credits. There are j hvo personal credits and land one of the most important centres .of j study anywhere. Just why this is so, and governors of all [he states should have delegates present tit the sembly and .Miss explained to lie members of ihe Women's Forum. Behind Other Countries "Why, it is silly or us to think that. VP are a. progressive declared Miss .Von. "when the farmers of Qer- jnniny are much more prosperous than The land credits are long time Joans at a very low rate of in- terest. They run for from thirty years to seventy-five years with an annual payment plan to take them' up without serious embarrassment, to the iarmer. "The personal, loans are more in- teresting. The farmers' bank that and iirteresttiiR time wua enjoyed last j OUT farmers, and the larmers of rItaly I makes them has for its Ufrwtors the ulghi in PaUc-uce school. 011 the happy for the first time in their neighbors, its shares of stock, of low ooslon- or its first annual school en- ailf! Inland has only jiist been I denomination, are generally held, and ______ ______ -edcemed through a splendid system i each members of "the bank j of farm cradifs and co-operative meth- vote on his membership, regardless ihe number of shares he "The directors money on their information and Inquiry Bureau Phone 744 Debt Collectors Private Inquiry Agents All Work Strictly Confidential tertHlnmeni. Patience school district ia pratUcal-jbda Iu handling farm products ]n jjy a new settlement, Jjriniy about four- these countries they have learned how (teen miles east from Stirling station ;ft is _growing rapidly, and that Its j social advaJicenient "will be as rapid i was endenced last night, by thi icellent Boolal spirit thown by all In this, their first, social evenin social movement. schooi i-.hildren all acted their naitH notably well, did also tlie grown-ups. iu tores ting and aiuus- ing play' I'liy the entitled "Her has one Only' fault." (beginning lo accompanied from enil by almost, ton Hun- Hotel THE Queen's Royal View, Alberta (5 ml lea uorlh or I Steam Heat Electric Light. All Modern Conveniences. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1824 oua bums of laughter and The childron'a "Darky al- so was vociferousJy it deserved. The prograiinne was followed by an auction sale of pies, the proceeds j to be devoted ,to the purchase of a j school library. 1 Let it suffice to say tbnt, imdoulx- j this district will be beard from no very distant daie, for soc- j ia! advanc-emeut sure wht-re sitcfi a friendly, helpful spirit of linitv ex- i Isig as was on evideiR'e on (his ooca- I sion. Special C. Trag. j loari. >lr. and Urs. N. i Jlllaaou, who. untiring energy j overcame numwouB dlffieulttea jmnke event, the success It p ed. And 'we Trust that on the 'alpn of Patience's next effort we may all bo there to see. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 And phompt to treat the middleman. It is he who takes tile prolits. and Uiey have dis- tributed tho middleman's profits to th fa abroad in L913, to make an lianstivG study of conditions. Senator Fletcher of Florida took tin matter up III Congress last Augw ivitb the result that he obtained a niUlonal endorsemoiu of the uonmiis sion's- work ivith a retumst to foreign governments to lend it all possible aid. The problem novi- is to gain com- missioners from the unrepresented states. Johnson and Miss Noa are giving their time to this task and are paying their own expenses. The commission will leave on tlie Saxoala. on April 20 -for Naples. Us include recommendations report will the best manner of adapting the rural credit system in all the peculiar conditions try. they are its phases to of this coun- New york would borrow. The loans have nuuted tlio middleman's profits to the armer at one end and to the producer t ,h. other. Wliat is needelhere is a co-oiKiram-e credit and marketing process: and to obtain tills earnest ad- vocatos the plan who fully under- stand it are necessary in every state. and the confidence of bis neighbors is his security. "These loans are meant to cover the period between seed time and har. "The meeting in May at Rome is veat' allow fanner to buy the place to educate such future best seel1. lo the land to use vocales. When they return they can j ille bBst advantage, nnliainp- form a central body with branch or-1 lsck of rend-v money. ganizatlons in every state, and ihus the work can go forward in an orderly and well arranged manner. "Some stares are awake on this matter, while others stupidly refuse lomnrehend it or be interested at ati. The expenses of a delegate to tho meeting at Home will amount to about Jli'OO, which includes fees for inter- preters and stenographers in Rome. The United States government Then at harvest ceives its money lime the bank back and its very rate of interest. are loo intensely individtialis- in this country, and we have des- .Miss Johnson and .Miss Noa hope to raise a fund large .enough to start an efficient public campaign In the more indifferent states, so 'that they will not continue to reject their opportun- ity to be represented on the commis- sion. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements MONDAY, DEC. 30th, at 1 o'clock sharp 'AT N. H. MURRAY'S FARM, N, Half 31-7-20, one mile west of Wilson Siding 1 Black Kctldiug, about 1500 tbs: Abe. 12 years old. 1 bay gpldlng about ISOOlhs; Dan, Jl years old, 1 Bay U.IOllis; Lee. lo'yf-arn old. 1 gelding about .Tim. S years old. 1 Sorrel guiding, aolntt lOOOlbs; Dick, la years old. l Hay inaro about HOOlbs; Qiuteuie. 3 years old, l Sorrel (folding, about Dulto. 10 years old. 1 Sorrel about lUUOIbs; Prince. 10 yours old. I Hrown .Mare, about Ufirtlbs; Laurie. S years old. 1 Hay Mare, about IfiiiOlbs; Jessie, 7 years old. I Hay .Mare about KiOOIlis; nessie. 10 years old. 1 Hay Goldi n i> about It years old. 1 Hay Stallion Coll, about TOOlba; six months old.' All teams with harness. Tliri't' Imnbur wagons and boxes. Two Seed driile; three disc harrows. Three lover tooth harrows. Two Kmonsoii sulky One Verity gang plow. Two McConmck mowers. Two Peering Might-foot binders! One hay riiko 10 ft. sweep; Ont: hay rake 12 ft. sweep One 12-L'oot corrugated packer. One walking plow. ALL MACHINERY IN GOOD OHDKn. N A snap for honmtseaders or anyone in need of am- of the above articles, for they all must be sold as 1 am the stock business. Terms on Stock and sums of and under cash: over that amount one-third cash, and six months credit on balance, on furnishing approved joint notes. Eight per cent off for cash on all credit nmoimis and 3% interest on all credit amounts N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, There will also be offered for sale and any reasonable Dries will be aeceptetl: -800 acres, all of Section 13-7-20 and N. W. 1-4 12-7-20. J miles from LetUbrldgo on C. P. 11. Terms rash balance Will sell to suit purchaser lu m ou easy payments at C per cent. one-quarter sections or in bulk. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE WILL PLACE MIXED FARMERS IN FOOTHILLS OF PEACE RIVER COUNTRY system has reslored abroad. Even llle Arab tanner is much better off on his farm and much less at the mercy of exploiting middlemen and bankers than our farmers arc. Bankers tell taken action, and bus" furnished some j me tl10 lowesl- I'OBsHile rale of interest to farmers is 6 per cent. I believe experts. states hav action also, but the trouble is e taken viih the oiher twenty-seven states. They have PRAYING SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings Company Winnipeg and Ltthhrldge Dnily prieefi by wire, or Messrs. Asqiiitli Lindsay's Ollicc DOMINION BLOCK UETHBRIOGE, ALTA. Phane 17H P. O. Box 278 Western Transfer Co., Ltd. C.P.fi. Freight 1183; ;ot. to he rou'sed 111 id have got to be made to see that the money needed for (his cause Is money splendidly in- vested. "In Europe they would laugh to seom a people who would pay JJ.SO a bushel for beans for which a grower living so near to your markets as Long Island only -10 cents. This that is they lend money that rate, and that farmers wishing to lend to themselves and handle their surplus jointly for iheir common bene- fit will find a better rale of interest." Miss Johnson outlined the plrni foi sending delegates abroad in behalf oi which she am] .Miss Xoa have come tt New York. She aaid that the Southern Commercial Congress took up the mat- ter at Nashville last year after hearine co-operative system was established in of tlie results of the land Ireland by man named Phmbett syslem !n A conveu- has redeemed Ireland, so that the l" April, iaud of today is vastly hotter oil! than kv Barnes Cos! Cunsp, Mine Run or Screenings, by the (OB or carload lots. PHONE c, o. a I ho of 1'ourtuun years ago. And for his in establirtblng the system plain Horace Plunfeett. ima bc- Sir Horace PlunJteit. Great Italian Bank "In Italy the story of bow it came ibout is almost Mite a fairy story. A joor schoolmaster conceived a vision f what ample credit to Farmers would do for their crops if it was assured to them on a basis of it money lender in mind. Nobody shared his vision. 'I'bisy were an in different as many of (iiir own i-overnors who have not yel awakened. Sn the poor teaciirr liter- ahy passiid tlip hat. for money to atari his hank. Ho niiaed by his own exertions, and in bis hat csinie con- trilnilion.4 of smnll bits up to a hun- dred odd dollars. And Mint was all the capital his lirat b.nik had. "Now iiu> poor Italian dreamer'and learner A pUu-r in the Kind's fab- Inei. and bank.--, founded by him and after his plan did a bus in MS taut 11 mounting t.hti way Mm plan worked out in rcurnpc. "lUnv do thfy in (he irrsi thn nlo with iboir flno lormlnal markets and I ho branch distributing markets conin'chHl with tin- tcnnttmlN and also wiiii nu'ir nurtiot! markotn to lako care, ut tho figure, of Prof. Lubin attended from Rome and impressed ihe delegates tiiat it was decided to .send a commission They Keep tHe system in the pinK of condition. Their singular curative pro- perties discovered by an Indian tocivilization nearly a century pounded since 1857 In the Comstock Laboratories al Brockville, Ontario. Dr. Morse's Root Pills have a remarkable record (or consistently curing indigestion, purifying the blood, banishing headaches and clearing tha 14 skin, 25c. a box e1 KdniuntuD, Alia., Dee. capitalists an- bark .of a plan to de- velop and settle acres of wiv- ed forming und ranching lands bor- dering on the fool-hills of tho. River country. Captain H. T. Umn of Toronto, has just to Edmonton from the I'ouct ip? district, reports thai: the lamls arc adapted to various forms of ills report- to his princuals London u ill that dairying and cattle raising can be nmdi1 Ir.ili- iy ptolitahle imiustries, also ".ut there will he markets for ;sll