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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY I, U-VllWlum.K DAILY ilKHAI.D Food Saving Continues at Rideau Hall DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE BELIEVES IN THE NECESSITY FOR CON- TINUED EFFORT IN FOOD CONSERVATION THROUGH- OUT THE NEW YEAR PACK NINE V nee o "FRulT-A-TIVES" BrouM Qoick tad Ottawa Journal by '.loi.ale liuu sale the acute- 10 be met the couipcn- certain fallowing ye-jr? The it given, undoubted 1 thtnt out; ana. moreover, 1 ihlni. [ieTe ,he from I such guarantee wir.ild not-bo H Uie i guarantying tht- in Can-i best Interests ol Cinadlaa agriculture, incurring practical cer-' which can awl thouM H lerved In lamty u! low. Canada must not ehrinki other wayi. frjrn spending money and large- ex-1 There- Is more wheat in the wori; iiujl'r. s b 10 tocay than can be used during j tablish tht coid'tlow our mojt o! the vrcJent year, lor I lent industry, agriculture, needs lor In that time It could not oil be trans farther s-xcsitM development, ported and distributed tlioiijii b'Jt'uuch eijeuditarcs chould be IB- need for it may There will ol per- crop rear i benefit. Are there not many1 SPECIAL Opportunity of getting acquainted wim SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffee Perfectly Your request will bring it try return mail. CHASE SAMBORN. MONTREAL MR. P.M. MCHUQH 103 Church Street, Montreal. account, there Hill undoubtedly great, opportunity? Evon the untort-1 The iireserit situation in regsrd 'to; eta which hivn teen released and re- "I sufferer from Rheum- trade. But the Untied State atism for over id years, I consulted Ipartmunt of Agriculture lias jus an elportable surplus neit year, 01 atruoil ill 1 wheat prices and production again' and robust and gracious somewhat larger ihan the- ollier wooU to maie I raitts lie question 33 to Khethtr by ine nourishing ministries of the the proper vine Every power 1IIU ItsEll neral study of in its ctttre air. "All that li within ma Bhill praise.and biesi Thy Holj paramount Im- Name." things awake. With- December 10th 1917 Ol wheat and Iltlur lhal ev" i opportunity the greater. There are hare been glvlm I moved in one yc-ar in International no excessive supplies o! to the gen< 63 De' i other aericuMural products than; [iroducUoa and I fore- v.-hcit. Above all, there is an appeal j a subject 'Eilracl.'lrom letter sent the- burbcss of Devonshire. to the Canada Food Board by Her Excellency "I am much Interested to hear of your efforts to encourage, the use .of codfish from the wonderful Caaadtan fislierles as a means ot Increasing tho food supplies of the world. vfhe-Dukl and I fully realize the necessity lor continued effort In In order that tbo starving people of the dey- .astated.counirisr: of Europe may bo fed. -i can all help to attain this end by making the fullest poss- v Ihlc use ol'the natural resources o! this country. We shall go on using large quantities ot fish and vegetables at Government House as long as It may be considered advisable to do so." Evelyn Devonshire. "C" c- o 0 A' Drop: On a Touchy Corn Instant relief! Then corn or callus w'lh easier and the HheuuiatUra better. Gradually, "Fruil-a-liits" Ol-frtatns tny Kfieamaljstii; ami now, for five years, I have bad'no return of Ihe irouble. Also, I had severe Eczema and Cortsiifafipn, and "Fruit-a-tives" relieved me of these complaints and gavo ine a good appetite and in every way restored mo to P. II. McILUGH. COc. a for trial size25c. At dealers or sent post piid on rccc-ipt of price by l-'ruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa, Ont. make for production aoovi.' aver age, as It is now doing in Use mited that Canada bhould not a sub- "it becomes evident, even in these States. A guarantee In Canada would j [iH'itlal acreage to v.-lieat this spring, preliminary stages to endeavour by tend to give us a maximum spring vihc must hold he: place in the market: public-spirited cltltens_ to assist the wheat acreage; and if both the United] and ur.uer any conditions except an'. Food Controller, that what-ercr Slates and Canada were to a fixed pries and Inilii committed (overwhelming surplus the price of I accomplished In tbe present crisis Australia, tbc wheat la cannot well be' any-! by the beat oE the Pood Con- 1 end It then goes to school in the t ing tuinlatry of (he love o! God. "Come unto Me and I will Eire you "Learn ot Me sail ys in thing but f. High price, w.ben compar-j troller and his staff of assistants and opportunity to. Fell all (hey could pro- c-d p-t least wltn pre-war standards. It voluntary helpers, tlmre should have SHOT HIS SON PORTAGE LA PRAITilE. Man Jan. tbe inquest last night-into Ins death ol Nicholas Gunn, aged 12 food control made sufficiency from shortage, kept the rein on food prices ami, elicited a fine spirit of voluntary co-operation from the people of Can- would be a fatal mistake not to plant duce at much higher prices than tlicy a substantial wheat acreage, and more- j hare been able to distribution and marketing, to the end practicable alterna- [the past four years. vears. the coroner's jury returned ncreaso In the total 'acreage under ada. Figures furnish the most elonLint j be at the er testimony to what has been accomp-1 cro a verj. rea! lished and some measure of tho size of (and, labor and capital. 1 over the duction of one crop must nearly wiieat next year anil all the crops of all kinds, for greater pro 111 tor trreral weeks, the man einect- The'issue raised over the urlce of [..vaa ed _to die, it is Preferred of other issues involved must be met and must I f A sense there cankie settled by ourselves. Nothing thej- to kill the lad rather than leave hltu [n the care of his step-mother. lished and some measure ot too size or. not be general overproduc- peace conference ca tho problems which have bad to be (loll.jn tho" world, but there Is often us o! this nectBsity conference can do can relieve i? New Year Is naturally enough. I time to take stock of the events of th< past twelve aiontlU, to sum up wha' hae-been accomplished and to look in to the future. A new Year, with-peace on earth again, Is so Btrange an. oc- curreiicd that it is hard to grasp its real significance, Thera it a feeling abroad that'll Is the end of things, rather than the1 beginning of a new era. of effort, frugality and subsequent prosperity. There is danger ot re- laxation and lassitude which could only be fatal to lho futurs of the coun- try. We cannot afford to rest on our oars at this Juncture, no matter how bard we may have striven to copa with dlfflralttos during tie past tour and named It frcezone. ''years. ifrugglst will sell a I The women ot Canada have been .liny .bottle- of freefone for! magnificent in.all their war work and very llllle cost. You apply! credit is especially due them for Ihe a few drops directly upon I whole-hearted way they have given o' lender corn or callus. themselves up to the work of food con1 ihen shortly you i nation's food savers and they are met may be gained from the following table o( the value ot foodstuffs ex- ported since the war began; and this respon- RESTING THE SOUL For fiscal year For fiscal year 1915-16.. IS Ullell j US Ul LJIJ3 is the 1 sibillty. Specialists and practical men ;_ A _ 'articular should be- called upon at once to prodnction, that relative overproduction of pa. commodities, to the serious disturb- sent a sound programme of good Dus- ance of the whole commercial, Indus- iness tor Canadian agriculture and the .lust tlilnli! You can lift off any corn or callus with- nut one ttvlnge o[ pain, T man-discov-, efcd compound: For fiscal year 1910-17... For fiscal year 1917-18... So much for the past. The gre jcctive has been rcfiChcd. The Canada .....1 and financial system. Can there country should back that programme )je Jujtlflcation for a policy tbe effect, to the lull.' of .which, if it has any effect at all, can he clearly calculated beforehand to he relative over-production of one agri- cultural commodity, wheat? A Litlk- History of t. Dominion. Hut thcra ,s much fore the war wheat _. lute IIJU ttlninl. to be done in tho New )ear. There prices, while are Irememlous delicits m live stock j ,MB 0( ccrtain olher agricultural in Europe amounting lo something lljka u.ere Teliitively appreciating. head. Milk Is almost'at The (ota, worij.s of wheat the vanishing point in some countries. _ in pei-jo-j- was 15.0! per cent. Great Britain Vill Can- in the five FtMident Harnoch's Views In 1'iCFident Marnoch's annual re- port of the Board of Trade to be pre- sented at Ihe annual meeting on Jan- unry loth, he says; tho basis of the-price that had been arbitrarily fixed when Uie market price of the left-overs of the 1916 crop began toxsoar to very hlg'a figures. The price for N'o. 1 Northern for 1917