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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX rnr, DAILY SATUHOAY; JANUAHY ITEMSOF INTEREST TO Tffi FARMER DON'T COXTIUCT WOOL CUP-IUIUY SC51KMK IS PHOYINC, 01' OlW'L' YAUJB (By C. II. Ffno slaule wools are nsuin'ntlYQ demand ot ,ils and vtiflro arg Ameri- wool tiro against filed-of privation. Not one halo of Australasian wool did they- set Ihis year. Last year they took a Ihtrd or the Australia clip. Nol oue tlngllsh wool dIJ they get year. Tho only foreign sonrcp of scuply has been South Africa and South America, conditions In Loth LIllCRKO PIHU Slavic viwvi- ---v macllca'ly out of Iho market, nod- countries havu been raosl arc belcs quickly Uw.nst Ihenl every minute of the eg'rotuf. uul foreign wools of all ori- lime. They litre tokea less Bins ore down to a lols country than or' what Is popularly called "JuuK Is a eenous wool. It is estimated will access lo further rlcj men living with lliclr lliclr '1'lic group sysloni ndouled ss Jt facilitates delivery, lefisous tho of operation, les- sens Ihe. chance of loss, because each lue'.nter nf u group Is responsible Cor the 'other carrying out their agree- ment, and, what Is considered' very Important, II creates H community spirit, Tho more experienced rueiii- bar. because of.his reiiiornlblllty. It llie Uuilctl" Lho lively to render valuable 00 -I....I..., farmers, A. J. Alcoct, fldvo- advice to hi. neighbors und n More Thin SCO Animals Dlttrlbuted by Manitoba Government Since Lilt Spring through Iho n .htniuin tnfotr. tlou being )iptsonallj- Buiiorlnltniloil Criup'syefinfWork. Well IVy Blnu.' TUG larinori noil- Amlteallon. for ro-.vs iwit bo war IM of Uio day Llie Block will arrHo. I _ IL___ ilin tiinl IlLO cated a Ecneme of WOO, II IS -----f When Ihi- census Is lakcn al the rndi piles from now on. of lie year Hie amotnl of all wools on hand will he found to be Mow Iho pound marl, XccJless to-say, Hint Is somewhat less Iliau the dealers dslmed was In storo a few weeks ago, whoa they slated that there was sufficient wool In Tlos- and Philadelphia to the UVIULIJ u payments on accouui o, i Ucnno It will bo seou thai Iho ulun Is application can be considered. Kachlstnlmcnl, nnd In each cnso navo no "''olio lhat promises growing success Is entitled lo a number of clarod thnt Ihe. payirenls aic' "Jlni nnd thereby lo the ar- cows uot cMdcdlng flvo and each milde from Ihe producU of Iho am Hie cuiuent o( 5lr Alcoclt lhal sucli n member of a becomes lolntlyimals. one cnfe a wlio go scheme should bo nallonollzed nnd responsible [or tho purchsso prlco cows last May, camo to tnllons'to the.UplteJ Slates this hesl made IQ Include bee! ns ilic dellvcre-J lo all tlie member Xothl'ns has' been heard on of allowing Caoadlan :Jacturer3- Already South American ore belu? Bold "to nrrive.1' TVblch means tho -buyeri .taXl chances on their flollvcry. John Bull's hand Is being felt III South America r -and Ibera 'Is a possibility lhat the will be excluded from that '.country also, through British ruanlnulalion oE exchange. Twenty-live per cent, insurance rates In HrlllEhbottoms lo 1 a ten per cent, basis will crowd Yan- kee buyers to Iho wall. Germany's peace proposals have been interpreted In n tho ivool It Is generally bellev- ed lhal no Immediate-nctlon will -re- 'Eult, 'and eVen with.the near declara -'tlon oC'p'.ace" most dealers 'can- see nothing- but higher prlcea.-.there will imrilles'tlonably lie a readlustinent and 'tome reaction in the event of-o do c-laratlon of. peace. 'To olftet anj posslblUty. of'lower prices-', througl 'ihi's is the talk1 of aa eiport. tai ot five per cerit. ad valor em onlall wools leaving South Ainer repbrled long s. EboreineLi'at Duen'Cs i Dingle interruption prices'.-c'ouiinua upward. .Medium ,sla terrilofie's'haTe.-.BoId n3Thlgli a 43'cents- grease and- -'been allayed fine slnpleiwhcr available.' [-.-Wyoming hal biood h'a's soldJn Ihe'briglnal tags a i. pound. 'Most descripllon sire advancing, and ar atout'a cenl above last week.- Fin -delaVne" unwashed' sold last 4-1; with-soni defers.: to ask Ob'lb'delaine' is up lo' 4S. There re been'a-'sharp advance at the Caiic 'Montevideo wools are costing a high' as'il.22 clean landed... Don't Contract in some of ihe we I tern-Btales has progressed only hdi in the last TVCCS. Grower -V -se'cin t' their-opportunity in-a'.Bpirilfct] manner, and 'are refus- Ing to tie up at any price. Nevada Utah have, been the most profll- 'i able, reeding ground for the dealerr, 3 and. where Ihey could find a grower .vbb didn't care about "losing a few -1 they have gorged them- -Tflirty1 cents has -been 'paid ycnr.'. There is rij question hul what well ns dairy rattle. The Manitoba of Ihe group to Ilia eslenl of ouc Hie Winnipeg.tenth of ihe value of Ills own pur pee r, few days ago anil tendered whole amount of Ms .Indebtedness When questioned as lo where ho Ira BOt tho mouey he rteriareil Llliil il wa rnrt of llie N'' tt-17 nnd part o[ Iho S. U. 20-0-35', acr-s rich liottoui land, ono nillo from rlnchcr Creek, all fcnccu, large Voomcd'lioua'o and oiil-uulldlnKB, M ocrcs broken, clciir lltle. -Ksceclaliy suitable Mr hogl fiinnhis or merkct b'ardcnlng. Trice Hasy terms. >S ZO-S'26 W. rnllCB froni Maclcoil. 8J incr-fnllow.'HOUEO and tarn. All fenced. Clear title, Trlco terms.' 'i' 't S l! lC-8'20, W. miles froiu Maclcoil. 2'mlleB from scliooi. 87 'acres broltcn, All rcnccil, house and barn, eleir (ille.- 1'rlco tlood lerius, S V10-2T, W. acres broken. acres summer- fallow. All fenced. C miles from Nolan, Wear tlllo. J'rlte lenns. 'N. B W. miles S.W. Slacleod. All-fenced, fair liulldtiijs! J'rlce ll.iJSO. Xnay Icrma, N 1C-0-SC, W. miles from Slamloff. fenced and cross fonccj. 310 acres broken. 1M ncrcs ready for crop. Mr. bulldlnts, clear title, 1'rlcc Half cash, balance arrr.oged, Snap. K 36-9-'ii, W. miles from'Oranuin. 220 acres In etuuWo ecu be cropiied 1317. Fair buildings, liouno. haro, senary, etc. Kenceil snJ cross (enccj. Clear tlllc. I'rlco SEND FOU oun LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE. The trusts Guarantee Company, limited CALGARV ALBEBT-K Public Admlnlatralor and Olllclal lor the Judicial Olitrlcli o) LETHBRIDSE MACLEOD CALOARY WETA6KIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Comnitrct W, McNkol, Imp will stimulate syste American' c'ompelltlop but, whc-lFrce Tres; as follows: The asrcemenl provides that from the profils of the cream lie hn The Manitoba tow s'clieine, hrought each nicmhcr shall pay for his.cows IherMhey" apnear'o'r not, the wool Is 'The ilrsl organization work In con- all tlie expectations oil wllh the letter ors do. they offsr 35 ceals or Montana wool al this slase the ame, anyone can be-pretty sure thai rk'es will ho many .cents a pound jghor than thai when Ibc wool is beared. Whit object could; uyers have jinless It to make inon- y oh tholr Americans the.. Carjadlaii .wcnl Jliis ear worse-than, they ever did before. I Is all right lo say that llie Cana-. JIan product isn't n 4roP lucket, hut we need all tbo .drops we can get, and you will find the buyers on the ground r.ood'and early leo. It- 5 hard to Imagine what qs> cusc ibey could use as a hear factor, lut you may. rely, or, il some- thing will crop up. They.will make caplial out of anything they possiily can this .-year, hut growers do noL want to. Bay any aUenlion to Item, because this'country .Is starving-for and everybody knows IL The The WOTnlllg QUI.- all mo t Hon. V. Winkler, minister of agricul-, scriptloil of the cow is keiil by DecUau....... lure, who orlElnaled Iho scheme. dcpMlnionl, which enables llio 1. but no Ljnmn aver 100 licif- parlmenl to tc nt all times )u com-, cows were Homered uutu aucr im. 50 per cedntrof eowS ,lele possession cf "all facts .'per 1st of .May, for reason thai here 'calves nt heel when He Ing lo the onimals delivered -I "ass casluro for (lieu. liveredj or due La be hi [irofit The inlmljlslrattoo ol "LH grass paslnro for Ilicm lhat time, find lew, IT any or The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. ._ Grain Insurance or duo lo be n ful piolll me aumuisirauou OL LUU un uviutu i m, wIL-iln n "Sort time) had been rtellv- scheme has been carried oul at (heitlic settlers Had scy lisy-pul up erod toVrmers up lo VCL-. i. Tl.irlv minima of expense, as the gcnoral they had no expectation o having au> groups of maklug a total ot direction and administration U In Use. for II. Connli.ons wnl be. dl about 250 settlers, have received the hands of J. H. Evans, the. acting eat .next year ns some raw- 'and many of the3e have had.deputy minister ot agricjiKnio. anil lire orgnnliing sronns at the pra T U. .______ ...J 1____ ivnrL- la he tin (Inf. In 1O IJX DCClatlOll Of gCl tbo animals nil summer- and have made a good profit on them. Dsslo.ied for District Tbo Manlloba cowa all the clerical work la done by tho regular staff.Of, WE department. All DMrlct tno nurchising'ind the was lie- ot dlstrliution lof the animals to Unio In tho expectation aiilnials early in the year, have .put up hay for the purpose. A part of Dalhousic college, Hall fax. will bo used as a Military hos- land expe1 had ouL uieans and, riulck''retu'rns from'gnilri crops brpa'denlrig oul, and will undoubtedly become an oren fight any lime..Wes- tern stud traders .claim; tliat their customers demand.iiie that unless they can breed them, half- bred rams will be In'prei'crence Ramboulllet "studs" that are being sent west by eastern breeders to en- rich the blood of C lype sheep. It is au old lype squabble. Eas- terners say that they wmnot part with tho lyrinklea wlthoul suffering in density of fleece. Western breeders don't want the and they cannot- maintain their type wiluuut the Introdutcloa of the "D" type rams. Hence' It follows that they have not goi a dislincl breed of sheep, i islo assemble all' Ihe saaas loha-have been able In veais' _ _ A- new European record for tho most heavily recently was established by a.'Russian" rail rood on which an American 'loconio tjve.hauled 2553 foct..long a load of.i-12-i Uns. were -making very slow- pro gress; -In fact many had found the fighl too hard it i3 ii matter of record lhal many homesteads in the doned as-mauy as three'times- -Tlie district is w'el'l adnpled for stock rais- ins mixed farming, but, as is well known, ihis'is a class of farm- ing for which V cerlaln amoral, ol capital la'absolutely psscntlai: the settler apd bis family are not to suf- fer very great hardship until Ihey get on their feet; Many of the sellicrs were sn poor that tley could not even buy the two or Ihreo cows which furnish [oad for the family tinil grorviiig standards and maintain Ihose stand- The decision of the government lo THE OF" CANADA HEAD brncE roaoNTO This Bank offers every facility in the conduct of accounts, of manu- facturers, farmers and merchants. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT it every Branch. ?J5 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BU.TCHER, Hjccger. COALHURST BRANCH '258, Slreet V J. D. SPAFFORD. Acl'B M.n Mil. FAKMER-PROTECT YOtSR YEAR'S WORK. We will irisilre your flraln In 'ilacki or bulldlngr, by the week or month, and when lold can bf cancelled and'a refund Insure In an Agency that will be In to look after your Infertsts If a claim Is made. Our Agency has carried on business for over 25 yeari and Is permanent r- ACADIA BUILDING LETHBR1DGE, ALTA. PHONE .v ;erlain thul tie worm wants Rarubouillet sheep with density ofisrants to agricullural a. :0. ....------ifleece gooil mutloa conformation.! olller form asrlej.f-iral wool cipcrt, in his .tin) same wrinliies and wool around was useless In Ihelr nntilteatlon this It is'tie essence of folly. Slop it! i 3. -B. Hollings, tlie noted Bradford era ol this issue aeed.not be-in any hurry to (heir "wpola on the .sheep's because trade is cer- lain to.tocm and we can see a great in the United Slates." 'Oar Upalon correspondent has thU to aaj t regarding conlraclinBi "Speculative t- 'feeling is rising la Lhe easl; there Ma ..plcnly o'( moaey "to te had on a rca- and the needs of man ufaclurcrs ate figured 16 assure Ihelr the'new clip on (he high csl: basis of yalues Clvi war." ConlracLiog wool on tho sheep's 'bick Tolly al.any time, and it I doubly so the growers ar lii-a position lo get'whatever vlhe ivaiit.7 Analyze quoted a 'i ot this article. Me ViKQ arc dealing in wool every day o their lives say that there Will be c more thin pounds on ban January-, lr 1917. Put thai ,up again ej-e5_a dual-purpose sheep, a iho' man produce Euch a sheep n nd i ?s teilly lud no lilng lo x C Business Woiries r In bur past experience we find lhal many merchants, larnifn, and Known men are abiollitely isnorant al lo (heir own buslneic If your creditors are worrying you. .i If your affair! are not ac they should be. Could you nol afford Five per clr.ti of your Income lo have matters properly adjusted, satisfactory to yourself and to your.credltorl? t Private correspondence solicited and respected. ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQIMDATORJ OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W, ROBINSON, Manager and Secretary PHONE 1M3, CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDCE, ALTA. reeding world- There are thousands shtjep.that come up to the very est Ideals along these lines, but hey will nol produce progeny lhat fill the .bill for very many generations Ibe blending of both types: Australians are making strides iu his direction, auu we may hear om'ething from Ibem before lonj! U Is certain lhat something has got.lo he.done mighty soon, or Iho will be witho-1 fine wool. SIX HOURS OF SUNSHINE An Italian scientist tiaa figured that cl and work to liva Ihey found Ihe summer monlhs, and 'go liacli lo the h'qme- sleails for the wlnler. where they, of course, used un the money earnntl during the summer. The working out o( Iho praclical details oC the scheme ealalled a great deal of invesllgatlon and UioiiEhl.] and in Its eaily stages was lo a cer-j lain citenl experimental. That it' was ou a sound basis and that it would afford the only real help pos- sible to the people of lha district, and at the same lime Involve practically no risk whatever to the government, an uairdii acieiuisL uua iiEureu inrtL has been amply demonstrated. The a. square mile ol the surface of the sum of I1QD.OOO was voted hylheles- earlh In fix hours of sunshine re- islaluro for the first experiment. OF1 CANADA ceives heat equivalent to the com- bustion of more lhau 2500 long ot ccal. About per cenL of this amount will >e tipenilcd during tho prcEenl year, riie v-ork has procccdeJ rather SHIELDS OF'BRITAIN'S FIGHTING COLONIES. OpeRallousekceplnfl Account and Pay YourClllsbyCueiiue There Is a decided ad- vaniage In depositing your housekeeping money in Ihe Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk ol keeping i considerable sum In your home or carrying It when shopping, snd each Cheque, when cashw, becomes a Receipt JLETHBRIDSE BRANCH A. F. S. TATUH, Manager OHASSY LAKE BRANCH p H. E. SANDS, Acting Vanagcr costs of aims a-c fre ,1 moil Kvcrv one of Ihe litiilsh Dotrlinons bcyontl Irif sea In Iho nrisenl. great war, flglillng'shouMer lo erioulder wlih Ilic men from the mollirr coimlrj-. LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE is prepared lo encourage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal credits to good farmers lo purchase breeder feeder livestock. riNfSH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME In 1915 about hcado! feeder were taken from ihc Winnipeg Stock yards for distribution anionsi r'armers in the Northwestern Slates, representing a ccrious loss lo Western Canadian farmers. We wish to assist in Mopping this movement. Consult us before selling unfinished slock. II you must sell, let us try lo find you a buycx at home and build up your own district.' Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. YOU MEN WHO GROW WHEAT Have you ever thought what. Your Crop means to Great Britain and Her Allies? Let us :i link In cliain that is responsible for tlie (liiHsixn-hitioii of your griiiii overseas. You will find that it will iiay you to ship to a house who have tlicir own cxyort connections. that next car to The yiiited Grain Producers LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA WHEAT, OATS, OABLEY, FLAX. OPTIONS IN ALL SERVICE UNEXCELLED. DAY NIOHT TWOPHONES D GEO- Mcl S47 ;