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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBHTDr-E DAHJ HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY .3, Cosldalp, Alta., Dec. 30, 1919.1 Sow if of UIMO farmers Editor of the Herald: so hard up us they claim to bo why reading several arllc- ilonH they a cor of good alfalli los la the Herald, written by Eomo of! of N'cw Jorsey. father of the uew exporting llraile bill, maintains that under this i loan it will bo p.; the all States bus'.ners Iiiterests to finance FJirope for more lhan Ihree billion j dolieri -n-ithout stralulng ihelr re-: source! and with profit to them-, selves and upbtildtag of Amer- ican forcirn tjade. In an Interview with the Washing- ton correspondent of ICew York Times, SKiator B3ge asserted that the financing ot foreign purchasers of American goods will open the world market which tho United States must have to maintain production. "Europe must have credit." Sena- r buying tho reed at the advanced shlP iQ to Coal- tor Lodyo said today, "and the Am- price or string his eipecllng customer hut if he gets hold of oae of.Uiese get rich quick mushroom dealers he jets stung very often. That is why geib UIIUIL. iJmv ja nnf I 11 1, vavs to set a guarantee with tho con- outsldo hay i.-shippco to points not tract, that the feed will be delivered. fron. Coal-, For any of the'established hay deal- not over two .toilers. dalo and towns close to Coaldalo from crVan must have cxsi. In along as locj as ba can, then drop hundreds of miles away with keep American industry working and 'him when U ID convenient Now H tho a To'Eht rate from all the way up the export finances act Is to farmer who needs Ihe feed buys from (ronl tbree dollars to eight dollars and provide this credit and transmute It a reliable dealer a case like Ihe above V.aJ' lhBt oMt Kl" r.-iser to grant Into real money. During the war the mentioned does not occur very freo freight and the towns United States government extended close around It who would gladly buy to Europe approximately nine or ten Craldnlo Alfalfa It they could get frea billion dollars in credit today we freight from that point. Most of the can not got oven InteroM on it. Some persons want'us waive (his i Interest. I am not one'of that class, j we should help according to my opinion the Gov- Europe and not sidestep oiir respon- t could save quite a nice wad. in peace any more than we did parly lo look after Ihe interesl at. firant freo freight to n'ace where Ihe feed and in that way they are koep j In touch willi the ever chnnglng con- ditions of Iho feed market rt tiie loading point. Therefore belter ser- Tice is assured lo tho ._ But on the other hand some pi tho farmers who do a grer.f deal' of tec'rir.s -.about iiot getiing'the feed and their stock dying off, they curse the dealer, Iho government and thn crs, denllnj in hay generally have a .rel'nble man or a re liable Ibat I liave uol laken dp too much of y6ur undoubtedly val- uable time, r r.Mnaln, Yours very respectfully, J. B..SCHIMBK. BOWV1LLE CHRISTMAS TREE in, time of war and especially as now we meet them .without hardship. C.P.U., whiia il is.entirely their own fault lhat they were placed'in-tIts they are. For ..instance. 1- friends gave her a very pleasant sur- prise when they gathered at her home lerl Saturday evening. Mr. Tom Hancy departed for Kansas last Friday to visit'old friends and A GREAT SUCCESS tyil, OHver were very agreeably surprlsed-whon their.daugh- ter-in-law Airs. Gladys Oliver arrived nm Onr Own CorrcpnAnrlrn'l ,IBOWVILLB. Dec. The, Christ- held in 'the '.How- mas- tres festival li tres-it'Mlval held in hall Friday a'ftcrnoun was ii lie- relate uiy own e.iperlence, Last elded Jr. U. Anderson July things looked very gravs for.any here on -Moridar..--'uhcjcni'ctedly, from England. Mrs. Oliver had been trying to get a passage over for several As hcrjhusband, Mr.' Louis -S2EMS -s A number ot Jlrs. J. H.'Shearer's own growing-. The, result was :.thal r.ncj about fifty children had part in they overrun my office with hny prd; tbo'.prograhi.. ors, I did not-know how to turn The looal.U. P. A. will hold Its next around many a limo on account of thn ineeting in the .liowvillc Hall, Satnr- different feed buyers 1 had in. There d_ay evening, 'January 3rd. Afler the were all kinds, big stock men, small business of the. meeting has been men, delegates from tre differ- eluded an entertainment will be glv- U.F.A.'s, even slock men from en by the Montana. 1 took their orders, giiaran- Tom Hancy and brother Howard tccd them llio quality, also the price havo returned from a rlsit with their They went away hijhly satisfied, most- parents at B. C. ly with and thought they -A baby was born at tho home o: cone well. Afler a few days the Mr. and Mrs. Olo Larson last week. July raias came along which started Mr. and Mrs. J. Craig of Loth- more to grow and then hriJgo spent Christmas at tho home afi--r a few more days the caiicellins .urtheir son Mr. Merton Craig, of orders CMIC in from all rarl3.r Mrs. Deck who has been a guest of Wh--n I inouired why they did so, I Mrs. Maude uurns for tbe last two they would bave enough weeks relumed to the home of her cf their own teed, otters said they brother, Mr. John Stubble. re'tlns feed in from the North .Mr..aud Mrs. George are the or'the East. 1 warned them not to proud prents of a hank.on that kind of feud loo "much for many of them had been slunB before. 1 tolci them that they never get the feed, in time, but 'I had no luck with my warnings. 1 had already secured Ihc amount ot hay tor according lo their ord- ers and prices, and it Itft mo in a inighty big lurch, witli 'M' tbe hay -pa hand and no orders for il. Well, 'I squeezed through It sonrehow, and when wo gnt the'first cold spell, I had to hire a special liard lo answer ..Hid long distance telephone calls, all hay, hay, and sonic nioro hay, and all for Immediate shipment. Well, i did the best I could, nil the available cars and did not soak any of the buyers either, as many people might Ihink 1 illcl, 1 sold Bt Iho same old p'rlce. anil to the nonfi old people who cancelled llielr ordcrf. There Jlaclcod. Cowley, Cardston, Plnchcr Creek, Brocket, Milk River, Retlaw. :Foremost, Travcrs, Taber, Klpp, Skiff. .Spring Coulee, l.undbreck, even.the. Irrigated towns of Magralli, also Stirling wcro on the lino anil mcny others far too numerous to mention. 1 shipped out over one hund- red cars in less than a month and was tolil by many of them that their ntbck was saved through prompt Ehlji- jiient As scon as the Chinook started to blow, the snow and nil the hardships forgotten, they gave mo the' -'''game story about cheaper feed from sny place but Coaldale. The second cold spell came- and tie scramble starUd all over again. Well, that lime I ligblened tlie screw .up en thenl a little, not very much. Just enough to pay for storing and interest on the mohey I had out- Now to make a long story short, havo farmers, who are so keen on buying this bay, ever s'oppeil to think of the difference In Ih3 feeding value between northern or eastern hay and the home grown Alfalfa. Do they re- elise that there la twico the- nutri- ment In good Alfalfa that there la In the bert of Hie hay shipped in. I have sump, stuff unloaded here In Coaldnlo that .would chokn the loi'ghest brone on the prairie, and give any seasoned weathered steer a chronic Indljeslion, but sllll it la un loaded hauled allvlho way from IS to 30 miles. But why was it un- loaded? Because tlia farmers who hail bought It had paid so much down on (lie sluff (hat they could not ntfonl to refuse- it. 1 have slilct'oi! about tons this season and never asked nny one a cent down wllh his order and he did! not pay until he Inspected 1 it in his owft home [own and ealiB- fled himself that ho had got what ho ordered. I could have many times gotten several dollars more for quick shipment buf dfd not ask if. Now I still have about Ions ot the very heat Alfalfa for Hie market cf .which tons is baled aud ready for Diiipniont, I U'IKO ask ihb same price "I asked five months ago, i Tte World's Promoter of Good Health glass of Eno's bubbles over with life, health and happiness. v Palatable and-delightful at regular morning glass of Eno1 s that is most beneficial to mind and gives a healthy outlobkfcr the day aliead. wilt remain hero wllh her parenls-In- law until he comes. We all extend a' hearty welcome lo our war'.briiie and wish licr many happy years in heir new home. A very pleastot time was had by all who attended the dance In the Hall on Friday. We understand that a mas- querade is to ho given soon. Mrs. "Wyinan opened her house to r. number of our young folks on Monday evening. Games were played, after j which n very nice lunch was served j and everyone deparled for their homes I very late in the evening. f (Mrs. l.ila Leslie anil daughter Tluth, j who have spent Ihe last four monlhs in Calgary molorod out to ths farm r from Cannangay on Friday. Mrs. Leslie has rcnlcd her farm to Earl! Mills and intends to spend the re-! mainder of the winter with relatives i in Chicago. p being a natural is, composed of ing and tonit elements of ripe-fruit its work without irritation or liarniM reraction. It clears the" intestines, rouses.the: torpid liver to activity and produces a geriuin'e'.liveliriess.and. vigor that makes for efficiency and happiness. no- Sold by All Dnggittf j. a uo.'LuL.-Fnit weriu, fcr NcMk KUtOCD F. RITCHIE CO.. UMtTED S4twC, .171 IMbM Am. KM Otf VETERANS IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer ''sFurnish- AflKindj of Cement Work. F ed Free. 828 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 1483 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 11lh STREET SOUTH PHONE PHONE 733 ROBERT SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 815. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH T. ROTH WELL wm. ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TOi MILES) Fine Shoe 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHDRIDGE, ALT A PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER (GEO, GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT HSAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 I st Ave." North Phone 646 Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 166! PHONU 588 HENDERSON GARAGE CORNER 6th AVE. Clh ST, STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 405 Fifth Street South, Chy Lethbridge Auto Top Depot T. BLOUNT, Prop, Wishes his customers a Ilapiiy anil Prosperous New Year; again (hanking oil his and now customers for Iheir palronagc which they have given me sinr.o from the front, G. T. BLUNT forget the Ilernld office. ;