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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT t-HB LETHBR1DCE DAJLTf HSRAL.O SATURDAY, JULY OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER IT.. r> injured crojis in inis district. Fairly Liberal Rains All Over j trep Rooted Province With Grain Welt Hooted Temperatures as iniiiht be eipoctsj j during the iwriwl of liberal proclpl- latioo. have cot been hish. This is _ not drawback to the oiperltmw! _._. i tanner. The an'l oats EDMONTON. July condit-; haT8 gelliDg wen established lor Ions U tho opvOlnE ot July call tor; fruitage. Fat cereals ire not more than common emphasis. A brief: (J tleMs. Following lettav water supply would en- able them to pursue a regular rota- tion of crops; a rotation thai, would improve the standard should SAVES how much by ttny. Having amount you oi.n that arnount chali' your pay And, OPEN AN ACCOUNT NEXT PAY DAY IN THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA CAPITAL AND RESERVES JWOO.OOQ TOTAL RESOURCES Brunch.........'....................... E. E. Miniger BrcncriM Alto art Mljrith, Canliton tnd Titur. Irrigation Farmers Get Your Ditches Ready Now I Uw exclutln agency LetSbrldje for MAkTIN DITCHER T. Oxland I. H. C. to Mart 2nd AVE. Ltthbridge QNLY TABLETS MARKED iiYitf Not- All without the "Bayer Cross" T. Mao [farming, but would permit tbe grow- Wool Growers' association, this m ing. The Blioarfng is new only about half completed and Is proceeding rap- Idly. Approximftlely three hundred thous- and pounds of wool have been shipped from Lethbridye since clipping start- ed a weefc or KO ago, said N. T. Mac- Leod, secretary of itie South Alberta i Ing of crops such as would reduce lo iorn- u minimum the destruc- tive soil drift, no matter how adverse the season. Southern Alberta, in great-. er part, .stands at the parting ot the ways in so'far'as her methods of cul- ture are concerned. If tillage ia to continue at all profitable, EVS' much as possible of the irrigable land must e put "under venture con erning v.-hlch C. A. Magratli re cntly stated that "no enterprise In he West would yield greater return Canada than the expenditure ol in irrigation development n Southern Alberta." Habits The wool shipped through thfi South Alberta Wool Growers' association was sent to Toronto where U will be stored ,and graded. The market at the present time is not favorable anil thfs wool will be held until prices get better and will be solrt direct to the manufacturers. The Canadian Co- operative Wool Growers' association handles it hi Toronto. Provincial Statement j J. McCaig. chief publicity commis- sioner of lhe Department of Agrlcul- I ture, Udmonlon, has Issned tho fol- I lowing statement about wool and mar- ket conditions: "Wool growers this year are faced bj a situation whtch IB quite unfavorable compared to con- ditions during lhe past four years. The fifty and sixty cent prices secured (hiring the last Jhreo years are not In aighl. Owing to the considerable ultos of wool coming into the Unitcc f Slates from tho old country, but chief jly to money strlnscuciea and unalead iness in wholesale and retail business manufacturers are not stocking u] I wool sit present. t "il does not describe Ins woo! mar I lo say that wool (s worth only i half or less than lulf of what i brought last year. The fuct is tha hero 'la no market and where offers are being made wool growers should unricrRtand that prices arc purely speculative. In this tirctiinslanco it la fair lo assume (hat they represent a wile spread Ijeltn- For CoWs, Taiiij Headache, XeuraT- heumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Ncu- ''name "Bayer" 05--you are not taking 'ABTiirin at all. pfcKagft wliicK contains complete di- risetioTis. Then you are getting real Aspi e genuine Aspirin pre- acribed physicians for over 'nine- ycara. Now made in Canada. Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab- HAY FOR SALE IN CAR LOTS INLETHBRIDGE PER TON, LETHBRIDGE FOR INFORMATION, J. A. WEIR BOARD OF TRADE BUILD1NQ PHONE 1012 OR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON BTlinn At Bll- LIKIIUJT ii'i i" Atxtpl only "Bayer Tablets "of lets cost imt a few cents. Aspirin" in "an .unbroken also sell larger "Bayer" 'packages. TtdE ii omlr one mult "Bayer" Aiplrln Iho tride (rcnUIered In ot Barer Manufacture of Mono, neclka'-lrlciter of SaSEcyilcacld. Whlla It well known IhRt Aspirin mtana TJarfcr "innfoclurc to Iho puBllo asaln.t Imllalloo. tho Tatlcll ol Djyer will nun'ped wltli ttdr tiwle ''iisj'cr SADLY NEGLECTED INDUSTRY SPENDING U a habit easily acquired bntdifficuit lo relinquish. Thefiving habit U just as easy to acquire, formed, is not readily given up. OurSaHrtjH Depl. helps to make it in.) for you to become thrifty. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ws T. K, LOCKWOOD MA 13iM STREEr riOATM C. C, BLETCHEO MA 4lH AVENUE SOUTH P. HILLINGTON MA HtYf OAYroN AHO SteNLIftU L. G, THOMAS MA COALHURST HflAfJCH W. B. FtRGUSOK MA BRANCH C. T. McKINNON BURDETT BRANCH The 1919 wool clip ol the 'province o' Alberta amounted to and it was worth npproxt- inalcty It is interesting to nole that o? amount.. nth was sold (o tbe Canadian (Jo- oprtrativo Wool Growers' associalion. Tlie price'obtained for Hie wool sold by Iho Canadian Co-operattve Wool 00 rivers' association averaged SS cents n round. In 1011, the average- price rrreivrd by Alberta farmers for tbcir wool ".vji3 15 rcihia prr iiDUnd. In 1915 OH-: avorfifto i-ric-o nonnd was ttrnl tin--price steadily, till in it harl reached HO cculs.JSIS a Imntcr year for lurmcrri who 1 woo! tn poll. hen tlio innrket tioctuiiPH Tiic f it ?ciemfi rcaErtnahln to that wool n'-miiici'r stanris to pain by wait-1 woo! prices will unl drop vcrv fnr Iiu- tar a settled inarki-l. Tho mai-kcl-j low their level (or soini: time I'IIK of from fifty In nincly ppr cent, of j 10 coioe. Wool ii scarce all over the tho iri Albnrl.i thronpli coojinra- svorhl, onil thero tio sUtrciJ-np sup- VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, insurance policies and other val- uable documents should not be .kept at home where they are likely to be lost or mislaid. The gafety Deposit Boxes of this Bank provide at A moderate cost an excellent means of keeping valuable papers. THEiCANADIAN BANK F COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL LBTJlDfllJDGE K. W. Rciklc, Manager. We Will DIP YOUR CATTLE on July 5 6 All cattle convenient to our dip in Township 8, will lia on July 5, in Township 9 on July 6. Corns early. Phone Rl008 G.O.KERR POSITIVELY NO DIPPING AFTER TUESDAY, JULY 6 EVERY MAN RECOGNIZES- Ibo duly he owes to his wife and other members ot Ms family to SM that each one ot them Is provided for ftHer his decease as well at, before, bul in many Instances omits, to make such arrangements as will ensure his and their affairs being properly managed after nu. demise. The appointment of this Company as Executor and unrlcr your Will, will safeguard and relievo them of duties ivhtch might prove onerous to them. InlerrlcwE and correspondence invited, The1 British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHDRIORE, ALBERTA PHONE IM5 Uve over lhe Ihrco has resulted In sntiftfantory rc- to wool RroworK and It would look to by a Ijetlor Rvatem than CVLT undor this condiUons. (bat .unmint lo unylhEng in world's mai'krt. The; rleiitanrl fnr wool- len moroovftr, h hound to grow, for tbe that people aro being raphlly eduealed lo tin? value o[ wool- "Tlie of wool la likely In j of ;ili ahnrst olid particular Hiis yr-nr, Ii ivben Nvoti! Is graded and :it Tortinlo in iirtnimlty to botli nun lat-Uiring fl lo wo An ordinary will prodiK l ftvt'ry riffce i.-? ihi-r d (liiri your, ami ji-Hlll at pn-.-i f i u-ui.- trir (In f llJl accuilli! I for i! Iral to tuke ail of intr ill jjivcn rctwon nigh I pounds of r.Ti a jiouml, ii-tr SMti. H ;i liinjilnnl. UK; (III1 FARMERS' BUSINESS HIM In (tit tidy Mini of; linn lo lirijilurinK v.ihi-i llniiilo vrtliH- of th.iir pnjit tills your on wn.i! Tlioy will run from cents ju- ircoJ For the past B4 years, this Bank hai given particular attention to the huainesi of Farmers. We have helped many over the rough places, and have aided many more to the highest plane of success. We are prepared to extend you every aid Within legitimate banking practice, Come in at any time and talk over your with us. You ana always welcome, Mead Office OF UT1IBRIDCE n! __ SuVAjtaty si CANADA Esubiistied 1884, R. J. DINNING, Manage! enefit of a Trust Fund trust fund in the care of this Company as Trustee, is a safeguard of the'family welfare, n fund estuMiah'd in your Hfetlmn will enabte you lo ree !t in operation 'nnrl may prevent Iho waiting rtf your ihrnugli Iho Inf-xjuihcnco (if your Kxenitorg. INQUIRIES ARC INVITtD. Ite Iriistsand limited AND 1.ETHBRIDGE. ALDERTA LETHI-RIOGE OFFICE: OANK OF COMMERCE 3UILUIN3, J. W. McNICOL. !NSPECT6fi.. PuhH6 AdrnlnTstralor anrf Oftleiat Asilgricc f6r lhe Dlf.'.rlct; ot Lslhhrltlgc, Hscleod. Mtdielnc Hai.T.nMirv; Ottf. Sl-lllrf. ;