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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIlBIUPCiE DAILY HERAI.n SATURDAY, JANUARY OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER SHIPPID KORTH E. Ward Jones, MsrteU TUpresen- Utlte. Dominion Uve Stock Branch.. tiaaer Those tupervision the certlnc- alea lor the free, trensporuticm of cat- j tie aul sieep from Southern Alberta )n the north for winter feed-! inr'and alto lor tbe tree shipment of lav from Ihe north to tbe south, re- ports that under this relief poHcy. up to December there shipped North In Alberts S1.3W cattle and 'niovenunt c! bay and sreen leed from ths north to the fouth U shown bv t'm follonlns statement: Certificate. Issaeo. Tons. rars. l-n to October 17th 9SJST October 17 to NOT. 30.3609, December 1 lo Dec. 31 3200 34S3 1541 RURAL COMMUNITY LIFE IN CANADA. f rcder this policy the railways save a half rate lor the movement ol feed to the dry aress ol Alberta, Saskat- chewan and Manf.obs. The Dominion ihe Stoci Branch said the remaining halfotlh. wbMiiHuUellu tree IrensportJtion oi teed for boua fide farmers. The announcement of this policy in July. in murketini ftoci from Southern AJ- Mr Ward Jones steles that a num- ber of certificates been Issued to farmers which have not yet bean Jued.jbnl that individually. jracUfillJ wW used. THE WHEAT SITUATION I (Grain Growers' What wiH the Canadian wheit crop 'W brtas on the Winnipeg martet -Mil fail and tinier! ThU Is a Q-HS- tion at Tifal interest, not only to the srowOTi, but to every buslceri mstrtttUon well. The world whest eltnallon Tfll decide tie Canaaiia The United Slates Congress tas jaarauleed a mmlnram trf J2.-5 Scr bwhil Jor Ihe 1919 -jrheat crop, fad this price will stand (to 1S20, One effect of It al- fetdv has been to put acres into -winter trbeat as njainsl icres in 1915, tha big year. Jt IE erpeded that the spring wheat Hrill also oe greftllv Increased, due- to the fixed price. The United Vheattrop next year possfijly may pro- icca SOO.QOO.WO bns-neli G. H. MUTTON itfassnt. announced tome That the rural community lite ol the nation is lacKing in many ol Unes- sential features contribute to widespread iirospsrity and seceral con- lentmrnl. n a lad fully apprehended by every veil informed stuJent of the social and economte conditions o! the dav The findings ot KoosOTril'6 Rural Lite Commission, taken In couaeclion other surveys, proves conclusive- ly that there eilsta an alarsnlas of discontent unreal just where mlshl reasonably eijecl (o for Just the opposite. The tremendous ex- incroeilng In mag- our small towns and country districts ol Canada to the great of populatiou- nltlcant alrn o! the Mr.ny ct them been ing ot the, nulerlal pros- which others made. It la encurabent upon the people Oan- ada lo see thai the debt dm- the iwm who fought the railways. When Uie men return the even more important rqncern cl tne people of Canada is that they slimitd 'be. ab sorbed into eiuuloyuient and habits ot life that will be botii reaiuueralire respect thiI tlie duty of the people lies, hence Mr. direct a sig A six months' sunsy ot conditions. In some siity coinmuallies in North Dakota. jnc furnishes additional startling facts of days ago. oC Mr. llutton lo the posl-, ]n uractically all of to his hearers: "1 say that !em Is yours." The. sovemraent may do much to provide employment for the returned men. but, for the most part, it Islint the co-operation of all voluulary irgaulzitloaa In Canada iu its work. Their assistance Is being secured be- cause they aiv in intlaiate touch with every part of community lite. They tnow from the success ot llielr war mdeavors what the public can do low (ho public desires such a problem as repe.trls.Uon to be solved. t'o-operution is at tho basis of suc- cessful repatriation work. The pro- vincial goxerutileutB liavo JoiufJ with the federal government iu Iho lind settlement scheme, by which prefer- ence Is to bo given to returned men and assistance extended lo enable them to take up farming os a pernva- neul occupation. Local kuowlcdee. such, as Is possessed by provincial gov- ernments, Is essential to the smooth working oul of any federal scheme cf land soltlement. The returned men and war workers od dependents ot returned men iil be taken caro of satisfactorily to repatriation plaus. Everyone is ex- to-co-ope rate, and he who as- sumes his responsibilities most fully Is the Canadian. crti'rry. Lees and Scott; Parks fud Cemetery. Woods, (illlesplo and Scotf. IMlke and Relief. Oillesple, llos- cuberiy and Cameron. Many oM friends of Mr. ami Mrs, James Wallace, of Calgary, formerly ot IHncher Creek, will be shocked und jrleved lo leain ot the sudden demise of their son Colin, which occurred at their home In Calgary, on Tuesday. Jan. Stb. from Influenza. Pte. Vhapple Clar.ksoa. accompan- ied by uvo young friends, who liavo been close pals duriue their overseas which Include service. Ic. rtauce and later training In tho 1'iylnB Corps, arrtrsd in town on Sat- urday. Tho Echo lakes great pelasure in ?xlenillug a welcome to Lieut. J. B. T. Oarou .who lias recently reopemd tho office In the Cill Block, fornwrly occupied by the late L. Melhot. The marrlaso ot Mr. Alphonw Thl- bault and Mrs. Irene Eoklund, ot Twlu Dutte, -.vas quietly solemnized Iii-St llonry's Church, Yarrow, on. Thursday. Jan. 2nd. Father Demlcia orficlntcd. James Devine, a carter, was crushed to death al Kingston Junction, ap- parently wlilla Irylus to a mov. Ing Iratn. rol su The annouacea some additiocil startling facts ol only tne macnmery Ian lays ago, ct: Mr. llutlon lo the posl-, ]n uractically all of the men are direcle.l t. IDU of superintendent of aaimsl hus-1 visiled was found to [work and congenial com for the department of nitural. complaint ot a ooaitantly I country must ultimately c-f tne C. P. B.. has been confirmed. Mr. Huttcn formerly supcrlnlendenl ot the. eiperlmenlal [arm at Lacombe. has been loss o( both populati formerly j decrease of man decrease of man power la the country districts being especi- Elly emphasized by a srcat majority ot'the peoule interviewed. It it were the machinery thrc-ush which men are direcle.l to profitable Tilt ipulation and returned men. then repatriation is In tho Isst analysis the people's prob- lem. The repalrialiou committee is en- PINCHER CKEEK ttYoni the The Mayor has appointed commit- tees for Ihc year as follows: Finance. Cameron. Rossenljerry arid Woods; Public Works. Scctt, f-ees and Woods; and Lighi, Uoss- wpp'y and demasd will Eov- Indifference, d.s erican market will be closed lo Cana- dismayed. The> realize that t he GLUTEN FEED THEFEED FOR MORE MILK Ordec'Your Winter Supply Now. Write Us for Prices. F. O. HYDE 4 CO., Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12lh St. S., LETHBRIDGE. THE RDYftL BANK Of CMIUU 1S69 I HeadOifice Mwhretl Capital Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds' President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vlce-Presideut and Managing Director. B. li General Manager. C. K. Supervisor o! Central Western Branches, Robert Campbell. Special care given to Savings Bank Department at all Branches. A general Banking Butinew Transacted. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH W. A. PARKER; MAORATH BRANCHv J. K. Atkln.on, Manag.r CARDSTON BRANCH v W. R. HcKAY, Mlnajtr CANADIAN, ment, of Europe and Russia in order to advise Canadian, farmers on the In the light of the wheat prices the only wise course f sf fanners to pursue is to bring .dovrn OF CO-OP- must hereatler be adopted. is this ople everywhere ga i As n consequence of Ibis general reduction in freight .cert of production. But Life Development price: (or anothtr three years. ifikH Is "alrWdj--sreatlv her wheat pred action. :cp in Oanidt THAT I organization iras worth to the il Is today. Orgviifation lEh 'but little In keeping (wiit accotnpl I prices been launched there. Amons various other ac the way ot community building, this organization plans to hold four great nU it oreamwuuu i...... -nnnev ents c n v in "ohplace a three. i n t. STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO A General Banking Business conducted, offering special facili- ties in the handling of business accounts. t each each LIGHT IN THE POULTRY HOUSE (Erperlmental Farms Ncte.) whether artificial light in the a benetit or not. or no land to help solve the problem, the poultry division of Ihe experimental farms heve -.tested it for two seasons, (Jnrinf the winter of 1910-17 wllb two j pens (40 birds in all) of Barred Rocft Surely try n "Danderlce Hair pnllets, and during last wlnler -with Cleanse" If rou Irish to Immediately I Iwo pens of pnilets- anil two tie beaul- of ronr hair. Juit pens of Leghorn pullsts (40 birds of Try ThKI All and Hair atopi Comln Out. nuBuie v. f cloth with 1 each co w iraw It cirtlullr throttjh joar hair, I. In each lighten of twenty birds tettng" one imall ilrand at a lungslen. 40-watt lamps were fbifl orJ'.l cleanse tae hair ot dust, dlrl I used. They were turned on at C a.m. ,__ -i- ntt__in mtttnf I ]elt iili- riflviivVii then turned companies have been secured for the Mall Order "Philanthropists" institution which has been launched by North. Dakota people is what Is wanted in Canada. Us prime objects are the promotion and foster- ing of commur.ity and Ihe conservation ot tbe local roan and money .power of each community. JIail order houses south ot the line arc eat- ing Into '.he Irade of Ihe country towns the same as in Canada'. They are ev- en going so far as lo educate high school students by encouraging dc- bites and furnishing ready-made speeches. J. C, SCOTT, G. F. Minajer P. BILUKGTON, MiaaBer D A CORR1E Accounlant-in-tr1i3 13th St. North. New Dayton, Alia. Coatharst, THE CANADLW BANK. OF COMMERCE ES EBMUNO WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD., D.CXL. H V. F. JONES, Au'l i STR JOHN ABD. Gowril 'V. C. BROWN. Central Wo students with "Wo are con- '11 liifen't yon will be returned the vie- tor, for the arguments we have to of- fer are the outgrowth of Ions years of experience in the mail "order busl- says one covering letter to a young debater. "We expect no fee .R from you in furnishing this material. beautifying lhahilr, one ap-Uf March when light was nnneces- says another. And for very KOOCI rea- of Dandlrlne diuoliei every sary. sons. If these houses can by an eta- of dandruff. Invigorates Ihe In the 131M7 lest the light pen! calional propaganda make Ihe, coming fcilp, slopping itching and falling laid 1100 eggs, with a total value of! traclable and docile, mate 7oa wUl be Your hair will be j on again in the afternoon before dusk iravy, fluffy and abundant'and possessland le'ft UH-9 p.in1. This -was started in lo comparable aoftnsM, luitre aid In November when the days became short and continued until the middle CAHTALPA1D FtlKD. MONEY ORDERS For small remittances use ihe Money Orders issued by this Bank. They are payable without charge at any Bank in Canada (except in the Yukon The cost is as follows: SS and troder...................... 3 over SS and not cxcetding S10........ 0 S10 S30........10 SSO........15 PLUS REVEMJE STA1IPS Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Bryrnner, IVlanage DoyoulikeGolf? .-or Motoring or Riding It wouW hard to Ibid a better 'or than the Pacific Cont Vancouver Victoria New Westminster Warner Branch Milk River Branch was by no large, -but Ihe forty Every dollar lost In Canada tlirougli mail order buying vroutd help to speed J. H. S. Gordon, Manager J. V. Steele, Manager With Fingers! ComsJftOff Doetfit hurt t bit to lift right off, "thai Ibe :wllh the yields in December For t you can Bftt ft small bottte ot tho majtc Iteaaat rec- entlj dlJcoreMd 07 Cln- eik U SOT drug store for a small notllo o freeyone. Applf a fe drops' upon fi- ach or callus acfl in dlsap pears and shortly von wll ttod lie corn or callus t looee that you Ufl it of with the ficjerl. Just think! Not one b! of pain before applyin fmiono or afterwards. 1 doesn't frrltalo th surroUDdlng sVln. Hard corns, soft corn or corns between the too hardened o botlom of feet, shrivel u and fall off hurt Ing a particle. U vis most niaelcal. Keep a tiny bottle on th rtrcaw and navcr Id a corn or caiiu -by far thD heaviest months for he l-egliorns without light were larch and April, and for the Rocks, annary and February. The tola] figures from the be made lo sec. They be made lo lhat their interests lie !r, Ihelr communlly; that their community, be- ing good enough to buy in should he good enough to live in; that the local merchants they buy from help to support, their schools, their ebureh- 3y because tbelr system the middleman is a hoax, their mil- lions of dollars expended In adver- tising being more than a snbstllutc. 't't'.-ff rl ft 't '.-'f 't 't THE PEOPLE'S PROBLEM et ft ens with the light were: Number A egen, value, 1136.32; cost 'heir cily and. then eed, con o( light. IJ.SO; Ihal the claim of Ihe mall nee, 577.61, or a cost ot -'8.5 cents order houses that they can sell ler dozen. Those wllhoul llgbt laid 2212 c-egs; value, cost ot feed. 100.01: balance, 55S.9J, or a cost of 32.1 cents per dozen eggs. For both years, 1ho light pens laid eggs, at market value of 1191.25. The feed and light cost 183.41, leaving a balance cf or a cost, per dozen, of 28.7 cents. The dark pens laid egirs. n-orlh (148.38. The cost