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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETIlllUlUG E DAILY UKK.VLP SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 19H .When Sending to TK-OLDCIUNTRY For Relatives FritnJt 'or Travelling Yourtflf, Aftfc for Tickets by CANADIAN SERVICE lo H.lifax Portland during Southampton and Qjonttow UndorTvla'seiJlharnpton and Qi-unltavi Quttnstomn to Portland tr.d BMton. N "ANDANIA" "AlAUNIA" "AllSONIA" JS.tC" Toes Emcli 1513) IMS S.WJ tora. Tnlu suuiun er.e ill.) l ThirJ silly and hive won fri Jaw with Ihs pabllr. "LACONIA-SS? "tAHMAMA" (H.Orf TvrBJl titles Tun. S.-r'wl iTlrrylni: Fit si. tra Third The Cutian) Ccir.psny also maintain tervicts QattnilowB. prirjuard, Livarptol. Nsw York. Mediterranean. Adriatic. BjJtcn. QueuilOtvn. Filkgoird. Liverpool Including laHeit itearr.eri In world, "Uintama.' Now for ruidlar. S. S. H.M tons. Far descriptive "Ptly to or siip Assnt or THE CUNARD STEAS'.SHIP CO, LTD. 3M MAIN ST.. WINNIPEG BELIEVE IN VALUE FRIENDS AS A MAKER Until Tsrcrt To "Fnil-t-tlrt." AROUMENTS AGAINST PROPOSED CHANGES AT POLICE GIVEN A TIP l-r !.A. Alia.. A. Will- LJ> nit scU a cillixvo. ol 8. S. MITCHELL, AGEMT. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ............._____.. Y.'all iii H.c r.ailft lo purehasf a low i'i torse is hl disposition on the pan of a fow pitroys of Cardston Orearnery tor the eslabllshiupnl ol a .denser lo tako the place of butler making at Cardston. The condensing Is a good one, but ou the ihe farmers ol a district should hlnk well before they their co- operative creamery to In convcr- with Harry Mclulosh. matmger o( the Creamery, tho HersM rcjre- entatlve was given gome ol1 the rea- ons why a creamery Is belter for Cardston at the presenl lime lhau a There ore several faciorj to cou- ider aud decide before farmers uaaso Iroui a creamery to a con. First, they should bor that they Fell to a local co- operative creamery they have full control of the manufacture sale of product. Second. sellins whole milk does away with the uilJt which is valuable feed for hoss. chickens aud calvesr- Third, H usaki'S the rearing oE live stock more culu especially calves. uillk lests ilout 3.8 cent. Cardston Creamery is nov paying ?0 cents for hnlter fat. Thl will make milk testlu-r 3.S per cent worth about !U3. A would probably pay 45 cents for fat That would make the milk wortl about a hundred or n" cents more than when sold to the cream try. Whou milk is sold lo the cream try, the skim milk is left on the tarn d It can bo calculated that about SS iunds can be obtained from eacl hundred uounds of whole milk. U is estimated that one hundrei pounds of skim milk is worth more than halt, a bushel o! barley a? pig feed. milk fed to good Brad' calves Is easily worth 60 cents pe hundred and when fed lo V'Jre bred U is worth BtlU more. Selling milk to a condenaery make a patron almost helpless In raisin live !tort, arid at this time, whe farmers of the soulh country nr making an effort to sol into misc. farming it would Beem a ruinou thins to gire up an industry tha otters farming for hat practically puts a ban oa It. Fnr [heE8 reasons Mr. Mclutos holds out strongly for the creamer the best thing for Cardston dl rlct. Friday night is the date set for the presentation of "Farm by the Mutual Improvement associations oi Cardston, The caste is a good one and Ibose who are present at the As- band. jport 0! tLs Cardstc-n A tij QIDCS >aa held In the Bui- was react and -It fsb Head school on Friday last. A j much interest h, the Raley congrfga-! Soptember of last year, leaving Mrs. big crowd and a good lime was repoil- I tion. The services, cor.du'clcil ed by all. i Suhday to Knatlav, hare been from an annuity of JJrs. very Mnhoney says that her brother at t A ball Is scheduled for tomor-' interesting, and haie beea greatly of nicking the will "was not ol evening in tba Salmoti t preciated by the Ralcj- people. It is (sound mind, memory and understand bail. A big lime if anticipated. Mr. Hansea viEltln? at the Early farm. j hoped !bat JQ Ihe future cnotc line, and iras eotlreii' wanting In lest j avail of (he opportunity unentarj- capacity." participaliDS tr.CEC Sunday j AFTER GOOD INTEREST RATES Jan. Zealand 4 per cent, loan, at ten _ shl.JiEgs preraiura, j ed In a fe-a- houta tofiay. j _A Medicine Hat Icaa T.-aa advertised j (pday. The yield is nearlr per i cent., and the loan Is likely to meet j with a favorable reception. COLLECTIONS OF ALL KINDS WE GET THE MONEY WHEN OTHERS FAIL THE- Brown Niercaiitile Agencies 1O3 Sherlock Building The Largest Collection Firm in the West THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKKR.C.V.O..I.L.D.. D.C.I... President ALEXANDt.H I.AIKD, Cenrral Manner JOHN Alllll. An'l Gcnrral Mtniett V. C. UkOWN, SuperinlcnJrnt of Central Western Branchex CAPITAL, RESEtlVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS nnnihcr of b "The Can acli.i u Rank of 1'J" rfa Frounce cf Caurtdj, direct Pan Francisco, I'crli Cpm-'apondfiHs in eieiy i of its ill I.pnik'n, New York, Ore., Mfxiro and S'. Airi-nts i of llu- world, is .tbic io olfdr Cheques on aii of ihr world, drawn MrrLing-, francs, tnarks, kronen, etc., can tc cxslica cr al ratci. Lethbridge Branch' T. Byrmner, Mgr, SOOORLY i Could Hardly for Chil- A STORY OF GRATITUDE "How Thankful 1 Am I Tried GIN PILLS" STANDS THIRD IN THE WORLD j FOR DIFFUSION OF ITS i BONDS dren Finda Health in Lydia E. Veg- etable Compound. hii that h; J-cidcilo give PILLS i trial. HARTFIELD, N.B. "It me greal lo come? r.M only to yo.i but to all sufferers from Backache an.l RhtnmatlMn.lle great relitf I hiveohViir.t.l fromths I'lr.LS. 1 Itel thankful to you. I J (JIN ril.LSlocvsrycaes'jiTtririgasl did." ROBRRT M. Ar! a> Mt. ;vas? Be a; he U to-day. All jo-.i nwi i; GIN PII.LS. They will c-jie you ll-.ev arc ths KidntT P.tniHy knoxn'lo science today. OI.V ir.slautly relieve th: j.ain in the PII.LS relieve irritated bli'ldtr and cure Inconlinf nee and of Trine GIN I'llJ.S Jltenjjhthtn the weik kidaeyj. GIN" PILLS neutralise uric acid GINPILIySpuriljtheWood. GiN I'U.I.S reduce painhil hands, and feet, aud (1IM I'll KIDNEY TROrBUJ. We rlon't'ask you to buy GIN" lo try we Vet you try free. V.'rite tis accl TVC will gladly roj free sample ol GIN' TILLS. Tike them aa directed ar.d a few pills tint you have foand the right at __ __ __.______ild by dealers at 5oc. a Tor ti 50, If you CIN PILLS la jour neighborhood, write vs enclosing jirice and we r-ill