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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f iiEi'-LETiinnipfiR'. six line The tariff than It has ever teen in lhe hlslorj of II a great burden on industry In all lines. II is loo hteh to bo efficient as a revemo producer and h.a to bo supplen.enletl by dl.erl Ulllllon In various forms, In order that the rev-enuo miy bo raised: The fcverol Increases Ihit others cav l'n every proviu most less where era IB a terrible ,-est in-lhe pare irnviiirrii and must be dealt cauolny in order lo keel. Item under IS their eradical'on, but one o! the verl Is Ibo fallow and fail rfo method acd recommended by one ot Iho'oTdest and most successful fariu- ris of lhe Northwest. The Infested lie'-d should be uloweo deeply (seven or eight Inches if pos- Mblc) ns as spring seedlis Is oe? and each day's plowing harrow cd as plowed. As each crop of oats Borears It should ba cultivated or S V to the 10th or 12ih of Aus- ILIalCU uy Va efirflll (Toronto Vrom the bCBlniiiug of Ilio war lo mlddlo of November Unllcd Stales' BxnorlB of horses and mules agsreW JWW.OOO In value Horses n'ono were oxi'orfcd lo .....-i... nearly Almost No. G BCC-.UB hardly ueces earv It the other u'anks arc given el- luvl feci It calls for tariff concessions' on war to Great Britain it and when o count, and nil the horses ospor eu o aro granied to oilier countries.) lWa nurposa went of course, to Or From tho foregoing It will be seen nnd hcr allies... __... nT-nnnsHis arc carefully rtf from Canada I lulu mu Ihit tto new proposals aro carefu ly drawn, (hat thoy are proposals tor and reciprocal larlffs-uot Esports of horses from------- while fairly largo. In coniuarlsoa wit beforo tho war shipments, fire ycr com'rarco' ivlth America Uullc'tiu Oca'. Arniees, understand thsl 'he furcliiiBc of all horses In forjUEO.ln- ,o war, no'matter whether IhesB aw I or Eorvlce. with 'CanaiUm, lirlt.lsli or rcnch Is Hie nrertai government. Why tout should, go on msMiiB urchasos !n the United Slates while snoring Canada la', EomothlDt' Lean- ot understand.- This node enormous Sacrifices In the war, ud still lhe Unllcd Slates, ounlry, appears to- be moreu asi (nia iuuii ia iu asalnst Canada In Iho purchase of immediate vlcln- auluials for Iho prosecution of j of ,llo Gcimans; Oals, bnrtoy, po- haloes, o'.d vegetables. wore jrown, French'.war authorities were 226 acres wcro worked buying lie a wllllo -and Iheso and preparations vwe uiaua French-purchases were pnrilcularly'. nt ,imo irniy corps 'was rc- hcceficlal, while-they laslcd.-bEcause. ,0 cui tho grass on acres French buyers .'would accept .three-, remaining. yc-ar-olds auii horses of u class'than. material was made up ofwliai Drltish buyers would lot nccept.-Th9 abandoned In tho com- shipments to France rid us of n lot of Every without cessation -.-'.I. 0( a Chus wo could spare Wcro .'nul. Into service JO -The Great [or it it Uie FOUNTAIN or RESTAURANT. .ring of this year by brio orhiy All this land.IB In tho; region the (1 B, Bowman Agency r-, ESTABLISHED 1191. Insurance o for freo as such aro doubted'y more generally ____ j.rlrantd ftT DIG-' l__i i last our horso oiporls lo nrltalu I than aore isslreme Tect during their' live years of office. ,jat wo cmM brare, aline, at least animals suit- able for mllllary purposes. Whit makes tho Elloallon still moro p.s viewed by tho Cana- dian farmer, Is the tact .lliat vast numbers of anlnials purchased in the western States for Britain and her i. allies havo rasscd Ihrou'Ell Toronto, (John lu the Toronto eU'b'.i j lines, bl Iho way to CREDIT PROPOSALS WINTERING IDLE HORSES nnd wcro on full feed. These nr Important pollts not to bo forgo en to lower and raise tho ration iltll by little, and to leavo tto horses practically Idle. Details, Essintlal to' Succeis i h horses, duo to a hard seasons wori' 'aro In low condition, they _____ should bo fed up lo their normal results ob-'l weight being lelt aside for Station. I lhe w and enough exercise PKOTECT YOUK YEAR'S WeivvllI your grain In slacks or bulldlngl, by the day, week or month, and (old the p'ollclet can br cancelled and a refund allowid. Insure in'an Agency that Will be In bu.lnen to look aiU'r yourilnterLtli if a claim I. made. Our Agency hn carrliB. cn'bOilnc.s for over 25 yean and It permanent. ACAblA BUILDING LETHBR1OGE, ALTA. PHONE u.Vwhen lhe field should be eiven firnl preparation and Eecdel about ASst 15, at lhe rale of one and one- nuarter bushels of fall rye and pack- ed or bsrrowea afier swdliB. This oats that germinate with lhe TVS will be irlnler-killed, and Ihose In Iho spring will not ripen, before the rye Is rcsdy lo -harvest- The better the sol] Is cultivated and prepared to receive Iho rye-crop the Beater will bo the number of oats germinated and winter-killed. If nee- es.ary this treatment can be repeat- ed. Fall rye is a surd crop, the gram brings a good price, and "Is lhe one-crop which vull ripen ahead of the wild" oats COUNCIL OF'AGRICULTURE AND THE TARIFF (Fdmonton Bulletin] The political platform re-ently Is- r of lhe appraised value of the farm, his uriderstandl is is lhe balance of twenty per cent ne- ino same vn seea, ea nu-st not be lean contractors scciirel in advance tlio utjiaiibu eessary. lo effect a purchase he bor Business Worries ot: the effort lo belter conditions for the farming population and of the na- Il6n as a whole. They are imMrlnnt -in nroportion to the volume and va ue i-_-_i_ i, liV LflG ''n nroporuiiii iu of ihe interests represenliid 3-by o> uic ---unuiii XOT is as yet, Quite nominal. "American -breeders Ihemselvcs _ .1___inn 1 ITi B ciinpr (irilV 9L L DLOiia is, aa -i ji _ and -covers less than 100 borrowers, kcoivledso lhe sunerlonty .of Cao _. L. Ulan hc'salJ. thai- jir. Harry II, nobiuson. Secretary Columbia's Plan Arjother. Importnt step isas ,1 future usefulness. (eeder'tb have-enough-eaten; ,K A'.Cheap'Winter.Raton 6JTeIlp silould form 'In oiir'pasi'experience we firrd that many merchant., farraer., knbvJn business men are absolutely Ignorant ai to their business -If yoiir creditors are worrying you. If are not ai they thould be. Could you! not afford Five per ctnL of yoiir income te- have matkiri'properly adjusted, wtisfaclory to yourielf and to your credlloiil Private solicited and respected. AbMINlSTEIED, LIQUIDATOR, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. British Canadian trust G6. ROBINSON, Manager and PHONE, BLOCK LETH3RIUQE, ALTA. ADotaer imponaiL jn. adoiSori IB -British Columbia o! a.of the Hackney Society, the auopi-an ,u V ao nn -French rnots are not given, bran should form of fhe rest iHpil nl LllD __.... rVTill nnl M tauii'i, y, ,__j L_ c jrTn i fn I of' accounl are, concerned, on contractors for the supply of French planks cainhB la- crease of llie Briti-h nreterence from needs They would not, he Eald, pay the price at -Jt.hlch local. buyers In saia that il Is already.proving 01 an- tha price ai -S.HICQ itilage to many farmers. At the country could afford .to.fill tb. _______. l.flll' apjllcatlona orders. orie-half, were received, and the a- lhal horse 'VltK furlbcr increases to: final freej Bstef [or was at; once creates an issue be-i ,b t HI were accepted, and ILC reaony iu noutu and low tariff, without de- Iari6d.Irom to tS.OOO, the lhe American plaloa, but the conten 4VaVfnffor ali'olule free trade F.ven b ]k JIP.I! is .vigorously retated. by inei Jf Tr free trade behveen Britain the admiiiistratlng qualified to' speak 01 the .matter. and r.inada'is estiblisbed. it doea will be Eomewhal- It baa also been'alleged lhal horses from Canada will not as readily in France as will ercisc- :'ln -Ihli. case, ll .'Is probabl lie hay, -weaaon 01 u. defence, as lhe case may tar as absurd to say lhathaBV3T. would be pound, of their the' feed Not. only did an.averag? that y of .twentynioe .pounds..- dunng v tho lo roots five months of the test. lime, for the showed. Iseem3 to yeythemlhus. lho-J5h.tlsnotab Ihey ha'd.losl-no'vitality nor energy. Changes Must" Be "Gradual, The rule generally followed was to gradually ml- down the solol'ely necessarj-, as long as lhe> al .-Th the ferd, from November 1 until ?io- u in so uieiy 'arb'nol of sucK'slzes as lo be swal i... .Ihere nlay b( lefonce. as um compleling.-.-o ftuiix js aoaura LU 1K ,hp milmals umier m the rest of the world before the winler weather s.Is ra lhe .qualily. We have the vomte lo when U! The prorxjfal of a sO per cenL BntL-h, T1 b roner is charged .with the and we have .the cumber. I lest P aceo n uui is an extension of the one-l nnrt lie le'al fees. )t tco lar to neyer went. out, .aurinBinewipii.r of a su per ceni- D11L1 is charged wun me coai ncaiity and we have the cumuer. ,___ s is an eitension of the oue-l t and lhe legal lees.M ,t ,s.goiBS tco [ar t' third preference to'Britain given faf a J2.500. loan amount tnat wo have in Q-vtario a'cn lhe Liberal povcrnnient. of Commissioner remarks soltablo for.mllilar preference Is an ei never went out, -during the winter, with'the cscentio-i of a mile FilMSlORSil arc nut ui lowed who'c. when lucre maj bo danger .of choklnj. ,Feed.. i? so. On April 16, fed as .prev.ous inira wtiiCD 'ar a acrert mat ftu iii> c i" m- en On Aoril lo [aril icu na Ihe Liberal ?ovcrmnent of lSDS.n e Co3missloner remarks snltahlo t07 mllilaryj drive of a m-e-o ao. .IhereMa Bj.boi sla -No. 2. calling for the adoption lhe oemg ami [hat could bo spared ess, jobs were pvco 10 animals proposabs oj 1911. 'W P Bjrro when per- in unreserved endorsalion. ot the mortsasea, allowed until by. May i uioy taVe 5omc CJ. ;4hP'unreserved endorsalion. of tne mortgages, ..prmciples and declined, .the oblect.l; v. fn lhe ol nave ucsu -.Liberal party Idm'! according to the Commissioner, of the! bill. So far', there has opinion in loan being to increase no the.measure Inly.defeated. The apt Irom any sorrce. By many who have j-ears pf-a of and Manitoba cnsag5d in .the laaning'business a declar! or lhe [S .The 'Sasfcalchemm Bovemment a n'ot risltded as a workable SS'i irperalion.. The basis of that rrov-jraoney can ba' balained. At preser _.Ol.lpat ,._ ._ ,_ ?nrm4Mnn n Insnc OTd hplntT THTiaC t [QU UJllUll LUBb. fnntfiirhat slow la. providing asrlcu i-" a eouno cion will most IIEGIF auom cnmtninn We !Sd not be depa'rted that proposed for Hani- lura, at a low compar frnm without Brave cause. It would toba. son Irom ..Tan Iq firmed ,ga ,son with other countries, .namely Toe Manitoba plan Is based J.pon, BlJ55iai Germany and France, tn liussia, uemiiiiij the local opinion is held that co-Millions ther foLds ?rea of duly from all the rural municipality as the local! ,5 held that commons mer perraItteS Canadlaa: unit If the'ratepayers de- Nr.damenlallr different Not on foods enter Without payment oftcide by a vote the Municipal Counci 1Ie lhe hablts of the people of a t 'duty H lh "were not Insisted on. will be to appoint meal lo those Farmers wish- 1Ie le a3 lally dlffeTent eliaracter to those settler In the nower d c.o Canada, bet thc.r need, torm or loins are much less p Lii la Wfeie DUL wcu vft i mil uo ----w ro'mi-ht havo the United States pro-l Board of Valuation. incer "entering the1 Caaadlan a loan may Ihen maXe appllriuin nrlces were hlch In to this local board, ann if approval ._ lne luilll 'wnlle Ibe Canrdlan producer was'ex-'obtained it will be sent to the Cotn-jhcaa and rl5k is also. rSd "he United States market' mission, which will control the nsHe from lhe (act thot .'when prices were there. Such'rnlnls.ratlon of lhe act Loans population of. other countries Is an arrangement could not last Ions, 'be made JoO" plaik' calls for farm imple- per cent, interest. LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE is prepared' tri encourage Uie development of .'the-Western livestock industry, by Llerlding liberal credits to good farmers to purchase bicerur and feeder.livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS'IN.CANADA- KEEP THE HEIFEflSAT HOME In 1915 head of feeder cattle wcretakcn from the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution amon? farmers m the Northwestern -'Slates, reprcKnting loss lo Western Canadian farmers. We'wish to assist in stopping-this moycmenl. Lpnsult us before scHihg unwished slock. If you must sell. let us fry to find you buyer at home and build up your own district. Branch- R. T. Brymner.Mgr, )t fam- O _______________ fiQO. F.asy Icrms. i- W. 4U.--5 miles from llaclcpd. 80 acres Bum- and tarn. All .fenced. Clear title. Price J3.MO. Easy'te.ui3.'.: ij.1' "g E -ii''id-8-2G W. Hth -7 milts from -Ma'clcod, .2 mlleB from schooi.V-'acres broken. All fenced, house and barn, clear title. Price Uood terms. "c W acres, broken. 10'acres, sumrner- All fCBOed, G Mies front" Nolan.- Clear- lllle. Prjce '.'.-I BC2W-2C, W. -lth.-ll miles S.W- Jlaclcod. All tenced; fair i.-vbulldinsa.-.Pllcc Easy terms. miles from Slandoft. Fenced and en ii''IBS 17 W 6'miles :n- CSEND FOR OUR LISTS OF .FARM LANPS FOR SALE. ,Tiie Trpsts Guarantee Company, LETHBfllboE N Public Adm'lrlstrator and Offle.HI ABIlQnee for the Judicial Dillriclt of MACLEOD CALtSARY WETASKIWIN Bank of Commerce w- MeNlcol, UBV-H'.l-io" EnoWIQB ejadij nu. c'ei'stou'd not be placed on the free rower owes al lhe end of each half iliL: -ihCT ate iaalc renulrc-nenls ot jear, and at the end of any half year ihp ereaVIndrstry of the Wcsl, upon he will have the privilege of paying -occess and consequent expan- off Eettlng release. When gel- i'en' the future ot the Dominion EO ling the loan a borrower be re- j- (t is oily In lake five per ot the the making ID stock. That Is. If Iho loan Is HUSEAMD IN HEARSE, SHE DIES Danville. lhe funeral cor tcec of David M. Bycrly, age C5, was EE3. Doctor fells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Time In Many Fri, H'Vt l Homt- .'.i.o rolnl out t in the maKlng oi'lcan iu SLOCR. mat ,a. iar-n" fmp'eir.ents, machlaery and ve-ifor 11.000 he will gel in __ i--" hine-lfe proportion of. the in ElocK. The ejpenec, of paid -for labor Is high as'coo, searching and rared lo lhe cosl of material; while mortsases -will be charged aEain.l In fte ca'e of the other articles the; general laiallon, and not to >il- material and Its' tranorortatlon ac- rower. To Initiate lhe rhn the E6v- i :-r; Suits or a ouch lareer share of the erBmral will provide ilM In stock cosL' This means that the labor-and wl'l, probally borrow (1.00D.I100. of East are llkelj- to hi'When has teen rbced. unde.'Iha, Hned DD agalnsl this feitsra of of the act the goverameal will IroMsab It is'fair mailer lor the sale of five w cent, bonds, whcth'cr or not there' which will be. issued cp lo ninety per'; 'u t IneTcfanrA nn tblB' CCnL of ItC IT.CriESrCi DC IOO gTCav lllilSiaJn-o uia IUAB _ _ i circumstances. proposals aro an effort to reach n wortablc rolls to a chnrch It was overtaken] by a rresscnEcr with the information that Mrs. Bycrly hai d-ed ft few mln- vtes after her body was fallen from the home. Mr. Uycrly'a burial was postroned, and there will be a funeral. VANGQUVER1 "The Bummer and Winter Playnround of MILD BALMY PLEAS AN 1 and rind acceptable, .'.compromise, ihould be EO dealt with. No 6 plank Mils forimaterial -re- ijocltons In Ciislpma dullcs. on all. the of life. This plank can necessaries Treasurer that these bonds will be readily sold. Already the Manitoba plan appears lo have commended Itstlt to lhe pub- lic fnJUterta anil Saskatchewan, It is quite probably that the, Legisla- tures there will a measure fol- the lowing closely the lines of Ibe rro- To the of lnt Ccilcjale D.itritt: The storo locattd IP. the Hay Hall ,lt now open tor basincss where you will be of courleovis Ircat- ment and right prices.- Our motto: "A Snuare Deal to All." C- DROWN, Prop- 25-1 Phllldelphla, rou ..wear you a Tlctlm of aye ilraln other eye wjaknessesl If to, >oo will glad ib snow that icconllns to Dr.-La'wil (hero 11 real hoje for ''you. erss fslilni eay Ihey hsv'a.hid Ihelr eyei restored throush'lhi principle of this -wonder- ful fioo prcecrlpttpc. One men wya. after Irrlnj It: n wai almoal Wind; could nol IBB to read at all. Now 1 can m, t, vn a winter holiday.: Spend It In .Vancouver whero It 13 d i without any Y u5 ,nrt lha great welcomes you ,nj m nol water .ny more, Al A mild and s :.n ,k., dreadfully: leUlnlo sllov liquid bllhe Uie fourth of It lo dlsB 'to Irnei 1IIU ILIL-dl severe coDJlllons- Ihc year round. J 'Srcnd a Holiilny in Vancouver rrielropoHUn alorcs find theatres. V you'to sucnd TOUT hoi. day wlin her. DAV130N, Iriduilria! Cfimmlsiicner V Vancouver, B.C. mriLi my CJKB uu UUB, niihl Ihey woald' pain dreadfully; now they feel tint all Iho time. Il Iso ralriclejo rho." A lidy. who ui ed'U-'i'airi: soenlJd buy iflili or..wlilioul gliEtci, bu ,fler using :lblJ prfscripllons (or f teen diiys evcrythlns clear- can cvfn read tine print wl'.bou ptatses." It bollevcd Uiat thouwnd who ifeir.BlMieV can now itiscard them In a reasonable lime and mull ludei more, will be able lo tbalr eyet so as lo bq aparcd a of over.geltlni o dear rna cmi hValarl and Innamaiatlo .Muny hopclntlT been iaved U In liole: Another prominent lo whom lhe at-ovo arllcl. mltted, iald: "r.enOptoU.a TMT re- raarkible remedy. conitltoenl In- crcdleiilB are well eye ipecialltlB and widely pro.crlbcd by them. The mar.uiicUreri Buiran.ea It to Btrftngthen eretliht 50 p.c. hi ono week's llmo In" mnny rnilaniM ot refund ths money. H can obtained refun s mn. from any Bood and ot the very few preparation. I Ihould h? __. feel fnr" nuum nsc In ilmoal every W IB ;