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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ATURDAV, JULY 15, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE WATCH FOR THE BIGGEST SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE Held This Season Entire Equipment of Furniture at the Dia- mond City Hotel will be sold on TUESDAY, AUGUSTJSth THIS STOCK COST OVER There are 35 rooms in the hotel and all furnit- ure is in Xo. 1 condition. Of Interest to the FARMER producers and iloalors. All enquiries should dlroeted to Ilia Seed and Weed branch. Department of Agricul- ture, Edmonton. Tlie bnllutln has been prepared by Deputy Minister 11. A. Craig. rinnjirnP' HKIIOi) THE WAIST LINE If u farmer attempts to lind a di- rect 1-anh ruturn 1'or each miniiLo of labor put hi on the farm hu will have i.q look lout; and with a magnifying glass. Km1 example, if >fou chavge wages for evory mi mi to of time you put In citriiiK 1'or tlie one or two milch cows you you will probably de- cide you arc paying well for each quart of milk your 1'atnily uses. The time put in by farmers in dohiK forruBponds to the timo put in by city muii playing golf and ten- nis, mowing Hie lawn, and doing vari- ous stunts lo prevent large waist linos and loss of appetite. Tim fanner has the ailvanfage in thai, lie is doing something worth while-. FRENCH NOW NEAR PEKONNE SOVERNMENT BULLETON ON TIMOTHY SEED PRODUCTION The Alhorta DeiKirtmont of Agricul- ture1 has roming oil the press and available for immediate tJtetribuUon. a linllothi on timothy seed production in Alberta. Last, year about ten oars of Alberta timothy seed went into the eastern market and the superiority of tlie Alberta kernel is as evident in the WHEN USING FlYRADS RF.Ab Far more effective than Sticky Hy Catchers. Clean to handle, bold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. available fur ten years. The llvo stock Industry would grow beyond all pro- portions. Mr. Hunter also thought atnlin- tlcal information or the available wit- tlo In the country was a grand thing; packers could then count on what they could kill. Special legislation regard- illK the conduct of tlic liva stock trade was also favored. Shipping by Express W. Warner stated tliat lie SEVEN YEARS E i Nothiaj Helped Him Until Ho Took i "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Valuable Information Being laincd As.To Ag'l Credits, Cattle Diseases, Etc. before, while cattle seem affected the range. Iliul lit h d in Measles AmonB Bulls Ilr. Hiillicrronl stated that between 13 and 14 per cunt, of Scottish cattle bulls Mnf-s and ilv. found it HiUisfnciory. "As far as I hear tlie man who ships a carload of Mock gets better advantage than by 'shipping a mixed car lot." He had no jfalllt lo find with the way the packers here handle the SIOCK. mu. men: ia i open niuVt lu ud Mi i thought that if there was an open market the shipper o[ two or three cattle would get better prices. Ho had mi! tnpd (oonciilu Niln isk i ind in found is h nulled bottu II. muld fic-1 tint the nne tr itment in year. 1 per cent. Canadian cattle last Bulls have measles which were royal Edmonton, July credils, statistical information of available livestock In the country, in fact all prevalent in the country now matters pertaining to tlie livestock industry in Western Canada, topics for an enquiry by the livestock commission of Saskatchewan sitting in Edmonton today. This commission, wliirli was formed by the province of Saskatchewan, has for its objects the investigation into the livestock industry and livestock products in the interests of Western Canada. So closely are the three they are condemned. Offers Suggestions F. I.. Harris, a resident of the city land who at one time had a big farm between Edmonton and St. Albert, old of his experience as a farmer in -jident m-ile from the German )l Ule Ul iltlLlvjmii vji OUIll ilium milk branch of Nebraska, he came in cliantmaii kct the i-ime as Ihi gl iinun.n world s grain market we know we receive the lop prices less trans- portation, and it the Bailie could be done with stock it would be alright." .ouch with many stockmen an. prairie provinces interwoven in this j of the timothy as it has been in commission expanded the case of Marquis wheat and Banner j. lerrR for enquiry, and has al- oats. The bulleti is quite timely. It deals with the market conditions and gives directions with regard to production ami marketing. About bushels, or two-Uiirus of the supply of timothy seed used in Canada comes from the United States, being produced on high- priced lands and paying a war duty. Tt IF easily seen at. what an ad- vantage the Canadian, a-nd particularly (he western seed grower, is with low- priced lands and a market not only open but protected. The bulletin is quite complete with respect, to setting but soil adaptations, methods of seeding, harvesting, clean- ing and marketing. Negoiiations are under way between the Dominion and "rovinc cleaning ready been in Brandon, Winnipeg and ALBERT VARNER Buckingham, Quo., May Srd, 1915. For seven years, I suffered terribly bitter stun" would come up into my the'united StatTwhrT as 'pSen" Washington, .luly seamen mouth after eating, while at times I had the Lmted btatcs, uncn. ab ui submarine, mer-. nausea and vomiting, and had chronic The bank had bi Ibe present position of the battle line is shown with the shaded portion epreseuting the allied gains since tha first of July. at central elevators by the Dominion government, and the Provincial gov- ernment will furnish inspectors who will make it their business to main- tain the standard of the outgoing Al- berta product. The department of Calgary. Advocate Agricultural Banks Agricultural banks were advocated to deal exclusively with farmers and stockmen, and also better marketing facilities for cattle. It was stated that during the last three years over head oi cattle have been shipped to the United States to feed, whereas there are millions of acres in West- ern Canada where catile could finish on. Loans on cattle under a govern- ment regulated system of banking would eliminate this. The banking system was thoroughly gone into and Of business for they knew what loans compared with the country banks of to make and what not to make. The the United States insofar as serving commission men could get money eve country banks could not. When e country banks did get the money ev drove the commission men out business for they got the best loans d left the poor ones. The commis- n men realised they did not want loan to anyone the banks did not il Orange State I from German snuimuuie nausea anu aska he came in cliantman Deutschlalld came over constipaliou. I went to several doctors ckmen and farm-! from Haltimore today and were enter-! and wrotc to a specialist in Boflon but branches in Den-j tained at the VUute I tried many remedies St. Joseph and j "them 'through the east but nothing did me good. Finally, a ointm" Snpakrne o'f! blue and red rooms, the cabinet room i fritnd advistd I took thru-ink" inWestern Canada Mr. and resident Wilson's private olilce. lllis grand medicine and it made arrfs that there should' be a One youngster asked to me T am gratcflll to ..Fntiu. better loan interest for stockmen than sit In the s chair a th hea dtoovolTonewho has mise- there is at present. "The banks w have are alright. There is a duplica- tion of agencies which could well be ddne without. Some of tbeinl have huge amounts tied up in real estate and it is not good for the assets. I don't think we need more banks to solve the problems, but a wise use of the banks we already have." Speak- the commission men in the ing tion All weru much interested in the j gcslion and Bad Stomach, I say take showing the positions of j in Europe and they pointed ALBERT VARNER. war maps the armies in umuin. i with pride to tlie names of their, home towns in Germany. At the navy department Assistant BOc. a box, 0 for trial size, 2oc. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of At the navv department ASSISUIIIL.I .atueaiiuauiaciiL Secretary Roosevelt received the vis-1 price by Fruit-a-tircs Limited, Ottawa. 1 governments by which i the land men are concerned. Thvar Bones are half cent a pound and the cost of Inking care of the offal was too high to do much with it. All grease and fats are loiiketl after mil made into tallow. As to Boy's Clubs An informal discussion ensued over the success of boy's cllths, where far- iers' boys get prlsss for hogs and cattle. Mr. McGregor said the hard- eat part of this work was the finances; U it could be assured prize money be i listened to your talk for more than an hour and If any one has been more bored than I have been, I should like to know who it is." Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phone 1191 LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WESTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Assets over Will have experienced adjusters in bridge anS losses will be paid immediately. hay. the cash now see us and we will care for you until fall. Write Box 264, Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents In outlying M.P. Johnston Company DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF WILSON S KEITH r, P R Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK-BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. HAIL INSURANCE ST-RONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, 3ALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891 Hail Instance A Policy with us li is "Good the Golden Grain Itielf." Send tf for full particulars. WE ALSO WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCES AND FIDELITY AND GUARANTEE BONDS. ACADIA BLDG! t PHONE IMS ;