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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX Travel from one to two years free in your Ford on your saving in one year's depreciation. Other cars in the or less class, after one year of service, are worth from S250 to less than their purchase price. That's their depreciation. Ford cars after year's hard work, sell on an average for only S125 less than they cost brand new. That 6 Ford depreciation. The difference in depreciation of these year-old cars ranges from S125 in the one case to 5275 in the other considerable savings for Ford owners. Thousands of owners tell us that it costs .024 per m.le on an average to drive a Ford-paying for gasolme, gil, tires and repairs. So, if your saving in depreciation for a year is S125 you pay all your expenses for miles-while if it is 5275 you have kept enough money in your pocket to pay for driving your Ford miles. Buying a Ford in preference to other less, thari cars, lets you save in one years time a depreciation that pays all ycur motoring billi :or from one to two years. Think it over. The Ford Garage Till'. 1.1'TllBUinGF. DAILY S.VITRDAY, JULY 8, 1910 Of Interest to the FARMER HEALTH OF COUNTRY CHILDREN (Farmers' Advocate! A statement has none forth to the effect that tho average health of coun- trv children is of a lower order than those of the city. If this is a true it will have the same effect until there is soim'thine wrons with the average conditions under which country child- ren arc living. The direct opposite would hi; what we might expect. Out on the farm children should got good pure food, and pure water. fresh food and wholesome food: they should get fivsh air. which perhaps is most important, and plenty of outdoor ox- oivisc. tiiveu thesi'. we cannot see why their avpra.w of health win lie inferior to the children of the city. TraHc Anxiously Awaits Wool Is Supreme tliy 0. M. McLennan. Ed. American Sheep Breeder.) Chicago. July is no such thing as cheap wool anywhere in the world, and It is likely that no cheap wools will he seen for a 5001! many months to come. The Australian bargo has been imposed long enough lo sec what effect It would work on the world's wool situation. While it was intended primarily to check tho rise of prices ia England, where they hud to unprecedented levels, a suarp advance in Merinos took placa almost on top of the announcement ot the embargo. This advance came as a surprise to Bradford, for it was rally expected that prices would take a slump in .Merinos and crossbreds. VICE 1232 3rd Avenue Soulh. Ford Runabout Ford Touring .530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 390 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone 633. All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not include speedometer reason why city children are today more healthy than in the but it is no reason'why they should be more healthy ihan country children. It is stated that country children i have a lamer percentage of tubercul- iosis and typhoid cases than city child- ren. If tiie conditions thai encourage 1 the distribution and growth of these diseases art? present in the country, then we have the explanation of why i country children are loss healthful. Tuberculosis develops and spreads moat rapidly where families live in homes that are not well ventilated or United, and where food is not the most wholesome. The question then Us: Do country people on the average i keep their home? freely ventilated, ior are they closed up tightly? Are windows closed tizhtly during, the win- itcr and does light enter freely, or cents per pound. Wool Census Everyone in Britain is anxiously awaiting the result of the wool cen- sus betas taken by the War Trade department. Merchants are ngreeci that it should give them good inform- j ation on which they will be able to I act regarding the export trade and I which will afford them every chance to make belter decisions, ar.d not to trust to the statements of some disin- terested merchants, top makers or spinners. The supreme feature of the moment the position of Merino wools, the demand for which seems to overrun the available supply, resulting in ex- ceptionally high prices. Home con- sumers in Great Britain failed to se- cure an adequate share of tho j plies in the colonial markets and nw-, PROTECTS your Car The reliability and operating efficiency of Stude- baker is'sa Unit, in the eyes of many, the maintenance of the DEFINITE Stm'lcbaker Service System seems unnecessary. But it must be remembered that Studebaker's interest in its product does noT end "ith its sale. As a matter of fact Studebaker considers, that its real resposibility only begins at that point, and has therefore oraanized the famous Studebaker DEFINITE Service to the end that evfry owner shall get operating efficiency and pleasure from his, car. More than likely the tightening of 3 nut here, and a little oil there will all that is necessary when tne car is brought in for its regular Inspec- tiobutt is the reguLity of the attention it gets-that double barrelled PROTECTION this DEFINITE Service insures that is enabling the Studebaker car to show a much higher rate of operating efficiency than that found in the majority of cars in its class. We'd be glad to have you come in and let us tell you more of the details concerning Studebaker DEFINITE Service. The STUDEBAKER GARAGE ._ _. i C-T-LJ DO I nrt F J. T. GRAHAM, Prop., 322 6th St. S., LETHBRIDGE At a meeting of-the Rural Relations immiitee. of the Board of Trade re- al a memorandum was passed and .rdered sent to .rariclis provincial ibinet ministers urging education long ihe lines of care of country I jaos Since that, time favorable re- 8 lies have been received by the Board I Traoe from Hon. Chas. Stewart and ion. W. Gariepy. The memorandiini Inch explains the object ot the board illows: To Hon. A. L. Sifton. premier of Al- n erta Hon. Chas. Stewart, minister ipalities: At a recent meeting of our rural re- rt it ons committee on the subject, o', ec ood roads, some points arose whiei: ri. roaght out these facts: i That the main trunk roads are now f elng looked after by the provincial SOLID COMFORT MONTREAL TO GLASGOW 1.1 LI..- I to come into tho market arc there heavy curtains over the ,ng to continuously advancing prices d there ,3 evory windows? Is much commercially can-, are on a hand-to-mouth basis. to.i i wil, bo ined food eaten, and is the food pro-; Tne orders given out by the war countrv before fall. The on the farm kept clean and mn department for wool have ab-j notedm its M mat. wholesome? DOES milk come from sorbed the short faulty classes la a elements 01 icaltliv cows and eggs from healthy remarkable way. The principal factors to whish pres- ent difficulties may he attributed are: the shortage in the last Australian Via the beautiful St. Lawrence Route. Up-to-date steamers; excel- lent service. hens'1 The answer lo these questions j i will tell whether or not country children are likely to become victims i of tuberculosis. i Typhoid spreads most rapidly where j drinkina water becomes contaminated j from drainage from about buildings, j For instance, recently saw a farm home with the stable anil house com- ter of fact, multiplied rather than de- creased during the i.ast week, although takin- the market as a whole, the prices have not shown exception concerned and we are boldly ing fill cent wool before fall. KILLED AT THE FRONT Winnipeg. July A. .1. An derson. son of Edward Anderson K.C. nredict- counsel of Thomas Kelly, has been killed at the front. He left as a priv- ate with the Fort Garry Morse, but secured !i commission 111 the imper- ial nrmy. His father left this woek for England to visit him. From Montreal i narativeiy close together the we I was as he ,ne colonial markets of the beat .Mer- by other countries. The United states is estimated to have taKei. 01 er 50.000 bales of colonial, v, oo inu bale s in tl le 1. Ib sea "CASSANDRA fSATURNIA......... passengers only tCebin and 3rd class. ___ July 16 .....J ___ Aug. 5 Rate I lirer-ilv between the two. and the i Americans curly m tne inn ul' 16 I' drainage water from both around the i took almost double what they bought aonie house "and stable had free access to ln ms ami this during tl.Ei flm fe h'l. .T _ __....i... tin) vpur hctore tne em- me fiking new courage over the nomina- tion of the Republican candidate for president and woollen interests are eaueciallv pleased at the outcome, i which augurs well for protection of i industries in the competition j bound to be very keen after j For tickets Uoh appl and Steamship Agent, or to Donaldson Line H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M3512 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. ;L-K3a KJ m llti.i ilnu The water was a menace! months of the year, before the era- the wnl. toV-alth. even though it carried no; bargo was established. Italy has bacteria It was. however, a very; bales as against bS.OOO other inforrna- (likely place for the development of in 1914, while Japan has taken JO.OOO Railroad or tvphoid serais. hales during the Such conditions as we have uescrib- The action of the British ed while tuberculosis and typhoid raent in suspending all sales of home mav not be the result, are unfavorable grown and Irish wools create1 no end to 'the development of strong child- 0( excitement m English markets, en Conditions on the farm should j The action certainly looks as if the be favorable for normal, healthy future of the wool trade is full of nevv and intelligent children. If they are and important issues and seems to not there "must be unnatural and in-: foreshadow the of en- sanitan- conditions within the control! tire English cljp for home require- DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN DAY ing during the summer should be en- couraged. Further that the services of the district road foreman should he avail- able for lectures and demonstrations at the meetings of the U. F. A., local farmers' institutes and short course ment referred to fs incorrect.. b.y meeting the situation squarely and making conditions on the farm such that boys and girls are healthy. schools. It may be found advis able that one a That the roads within rural muni _...........----------- ipalities are in the hands ot these j g0vernment departments shouhi T innicipalities; thai the methods of, concern itself with the business of ed- MONTREAL FATALITIES Montreal, July Two young Mon- trea! women, Dorothy May Eoyd, ana Hudson and Florence Coch- aildmg and maintaining these muni- ucatj01] generally, in matters of rural ipal roads indicate that in many pertaining to road con- ases the monies available are not irrigation work, and urain- wisely spent. I a e Tt is evident that education in pro- i of any steps that jr methods of road is es- properly be taken to improve road transport in the province is apparent, road is the link between the farm sntial. and that guidance in the con- truction and maintenance of these jads is desirable. We therefore respectfully suggest lat means to these ends should be stablished, by making such educa- on and guidance available. It is suggested tiiat the services JL E the District Hoad Foreman should e given to the agricultural students j t the university, and the agricultur- 1 schools. That lectures and dem- nstrations of models of roads, simple ?l svelling instruments, and exhibitions an rane maid of the Eoyd family, were drowned on Thursday while bathing in Rouse river. Crystal Falls, near St Jovite. Miss Boyd is the 13-year old daughter of E. R. Boyd. of R. G. Dunn Co. -Mr. and -Mrs. Boyd came from Winnipeg a year ago. bringing their maid with them. She was a na- releasing raw sheep skins and skin i wools pulled before June t, 1916. I Argentine Marketed Buenos Ayres reports that the pres- ent Argentine wool clip has been mar- keted at a price of about 45 million dollars Germany has bought about 1 mimoll dollars worth 2nd the Unii- j ed stalea has been a big buyer in j goutll America. Manufacturers are Idle Machinery I The returns of the National Asso- j elation of Wool Manufacturers show ighlly higher percentage ot idle; machinery. This is not due to any dearth in orders, but rather to a dearth in supniiea. Tliero is very lit- tle machinery in this country now occupied on foreign military orders, the biggest percentage being engaged oa civilian goods alone. Moving Steadily The new clip is moving steadily from the growers' hands in Ihe far west and in the bright wool buyers appear to be increasing their, supplies, although the growers are; very emphatic in their contention: that prices are going to rise. Buying the west continues at around Ml to 33 cents. In Xevada and Utah the season is practically over. Clips are! _ being cleaned up in Wyoming and in ;___ the southwest while shearing is well advanced in Montana. Bright wools are bringing as high as 44 cents for combing. Everything points to a clear sky so far as the growers arc WILSON SKEITH C P. R. Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS, PHONE 1343. LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. The road is the link between the farm Qf The body and the market and unless a road is on, one recover good the business of farming must suffer. Dated at Lethbridge May 2D. '16. S. S. Dunham, chairman. Rural Relations Committee, Lethbridge Board of Trade. The Presbyterian and Methodist churches at Morris, Man., will unite at once. the maid is the only one recovered, j I MONTENEGRINS RISE j londdn .Inly London Times I understands that a rising against tne, uistrians has broken out in Monten-, etao Its leader is a former war min- ister upon whose head the Austrians set a high price. The rebelling lion- tcnesrrins have taken to the wooded parts of the country. The rising is prompted by the state of destitution which the inhabitants have been eft by tho Austrians. A Mclntyre and R. M. l.angillc. of Sydney, N. S., have been appointed K. C.'s. Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral 3lock, Lethbridje, Pho.-ie 1131 UNRESEREVD AUCTION SALE Of High Grade Farm Stock Implements AT BRIER BURN KANCU SEC. 13, TP. 7, RG. 2, 5 MILES FROM COWLEY, 2 MILES SOUTH OF LUNOBRECK, 12 MILES FROM PINCHER CREEK, ON MONDAY NEXT, JULY 10, COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. LIVE Team mares with foal, aged, weight 2730; 1 team; ago 0 and 5, weiglit 3750; 1 team, age 4 and o. weiglu 2600; 1 team geldings, dged 5, weight 5400: 1 team gekling.H age 2 -veicht ''400- 1 gelding, standard breJ, ago 7, weight 1100 1 mare folii s'tandnrd bred, aBe 9, weight 1100; 21 cows with calves; 7 cows in calf; 5 two-year-old steors; 9 yearlings. IMPLEMENTS-1 McCormack binder. 8 foot; 1 1 sulky rake; 1 dull; sulky plow; 1 disc plow; 1 disc harrow 1 land roller; 1 Iron harrow; 1 lumber wagon; 1 1 buggv; 1 pair hob sleighs; I fivohorse ovener; 1 four-liorbo flvpner; 1 thrU-horsD evener; 2 sets Miorsc cvenors; 1 rolls harb wire" pile lumber; chains and shovels; forks. ..sets ng !Pset driving harness; broken and collars; i fanning mill; 1 scale platform, 240 Ihs.; 1 small blacks II? outfit- 1 milk s-parator; 1 sheaf rack; 1 grind slono; a quantity T'luck grain tag" I lady's fur coat; 50 or 60 chickens; 1 stock saddle; other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSE writing desk and tables; I cook stove- 1 heater; 1 sideboard; 1 chiffonier; 1 dresser and coinode; l-on bedstead and springs; 1 mattress; 1 nofa; 2 rockinj, kicl'en chairs; 1 hanging lamp: pictures and framos; dishes and crocks; frail sealers and palls; 1 churn; 1 sewing machine. TERMS: All amounts under cash; over that amount, 7 months' credit at 8 per cent per annum on approved jointjnotc.. Any paries wishing to pay cwh over amounts, ,6 per ceiU. off. No reserve ae the farm Is sold. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOOK. j PETER ROBERTSON, PROP., J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. In the WESTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying dlBtricU. M.P. Johnston Company HAIL INSURANCE and in event of less, you get full payment. Tho British-America (Strongest and the.1 Home Insurance of New York, lsscts GUARANTEE Lowest Rates, Prompt Adjustment, Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL W. F. NELSON COMPANY, 416 5th Street South TELEPHONE 1214. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. p. O. BOX 354. The C. E. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891 Hail Insurance A Policy with us IE as "Good as the Golden Grain itself." Send to- day for full particulars. WE ALSO WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCES AND FIDELITY AND GUARANTEE BONDS. ACADIA B1.UO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1325 ;