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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE THE LKTHBRTTWP. DATLT HERAT SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917 ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER A glnss of this bubbling tonic is like a shaft of inner sunshine. GJoom or a grouch cannot Hre fa tbc ame body with it. AT JU-L DRUGGISTS ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS Xsvc'js The Game of Farming Two con: !ul crops Southern ciilly. Ttiey.hBto also nEiUled tbe soaievial Thev ara toe causa d the many new be- Securities Balmonl Hock Ltthbridjc poor cropa are not altogether tail- if a-lamer I> playing a winning ailo the above characteristics bo; come less dominant. Not that they have, disappeared permanently, but other-qualities" both good and bad, have predominated. Having a small- er '.weight- of; responsibility on his becomes more.clear. Hating to back him up he will tnko greater risks with tie cards he Is holding, In fact ha will continue to draw-to a poor hand, eventually he Is you lo get a crop regardless of sum- mer rains. But good crops are not altogether profitable In themselves. A good crop without a good price Is also un- profitable. Therefore while Ihe op- portunity Is sllll prevaWriL Bludy your markets. Join hands with your neighbors to solve the market prob- lem and speak ED laud llial your voice will be heard within the walls where the prices are filed for each crop. PAUI-. D. BROWN'. R. CrMERITllEW Lire Stock Auctioneer Die. conduct TOOT farm Eataa. Fife' years ba the SUte9 Belling In tie uln ring. WRITE FOR WARNER, ALBERTA ALL IS GOING WELL FOR ALLIES IN SUB MENACE ;V EVtrytM'ng In Their Favor Agalntt ihe Hun piralej Who Enter Bad Sub Work JnlV report of the week's sinkings of British merchant- men would have ihown the low rec- ord except for-a couple of days when he Germans had unusual luck. Even Flth'- these 'excepllotial days the total s considered to have been "about.nor- nal.1': The'. U-boats for Uie previous lorlnlfht had'been kept down lo a min- rmSm, hut for.the current week an up- ward tendency, would .not .have.been ia View of the vigorous nsive'efforts' which ths Germans arc now pnttInE; forward on all fronts and "which; no doubt are reflected In Lte'brdersjto the'EUbmarine command- ers land offeaslre bj strenndos' on "the submarine Oh navy may. be said ifalrty.-weU. satisfied with Ihe pr'ojiresa" betas: mada against toe un- der-wafer enemy, and tic feeling Is .hat time IV.all DTI the side of the al- every week sees anti-submar- ine' methods; developing and the co-or- dlnatlo.n of: the.various parts of the anti-submarine improving-. In the meantime, .the shipbuilding being pressed forward, while In another month the wealuer and dayUCht.conditions will hegln to tell' against tha suhmartocs. Farms Xote) At the present time whea growin: chicks are attaining an age of rron one monlli to ten (tDoivn .as coccldlnsls) afrecting th liver and 'bowels, is causing eonslaer able losses. This disorder, accordlu to Dr. TVJckwite ot.Uu Eiperimenta Farm, la' quite prevalent througnqu Canada and Is pVobably resporislbl for many deaths at.prescnt atlrlbu eil to while dlnrrhoea, diaeas EXCURSION TO THE DEMON- STRATION FARM AND AGRICULTUHALSCHOOL -At CWRKSHOLM Provincial Department of Agri- culture lias Just completed arrange- ments with the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Company for (be annual eicur- Eton to tho School oC Agriculture'and UemonGiratlon Farm at Claresholui, where aa lolerestlng and IiislructlYD program will bo presented -by tho anil addresses will bo given fey the Hon. Duncan Marthall, Mlrdilcr of Agricultdre. and others. The date of tho excursion Is Tues- day, July 31sl. Special trains have been arranged [or at greatly reduced rates from Dow fsland, Cardston'and Mazeppa, leaving L-ethbrldge at S.35 a. m., arriving at Ciarefholm at 10.50 a.m., returning leaving Claresuolm at S p.m., Tiartlcu- lars of which may bo found on posters. A tplcndld oppoituuUy will be glv en fpr visitors lo examine the schoo] and Its operations, Including the ex- pc-rlmeulal plots, and also tor Inspect ing the live Block, tana buildings ana crops on the farm. Free lunch will served al neon and before leaving In Ihe'cvenlng. Everybody welcome. For further particulars address, ALEX. GALDTUITH, Supt. of Fair's and .Institutes Edmonton, Alberta. RACE RIOTS. Chester, Pa., July armed uards a large area of the lly, nuiet -was restored here ay niter .of race lotlng 'which 'caused the death -ot wo persons and. the Injury t others, iMlh while and colored. The negro haa been roped ill and All aloons nnd amusemBut places have seen closed." Wblle the riots were Ihe direot re- mil ol the tllllni by negroes e! Wll- lam McKinney, a; young while man, olflcials declare the importation of a arse number of. negro laborers from he south much HI had previously caused Ad3 Ion ni'-Uaow approached (ronj another ancle. It la to be hopeu that he Mlnliler will eiiwrk-uco a change Of heart, otherwise firmer! be compelled lo believe that the minister i not responslxt to the nwtli of the armeri, nor the econo- mic oui opportunity to hxMM >oor farm >y fcnmt lind, or lo aeciue yoin Mwfe a. Fw BWiWMt asi pal apply Mannl Rracuium, 905 Aha. PhMM Loul Aemb WILSON IKCITH Uwrtock KILTIES IN CHICAGO Chicago. July istb. .Canad- ian Highlanders, here, this week lo assist- Sn vecrulitaB lor the' British army, will watch .the Chicago' .Nat- tors arc not necessaryi- [onals this alternotra In their game J with the NewTork Glints.' I'rlov to ttey will give an exhibition FARM TRACTORS FROM FORD I-.-- CARS At the Central Farm at Ottawa (hero Vas given exhibition or a Ford Mnjpr Car con Verted, by tbe addition of an'attaoh menl, Into a light fnrm tractor- Affe operating "00 the soil of the or- chard 3 demonstration was 'arranged to the -capacity of thli converted motor-car.: ground selected by ihe dfrector, Mr. J.'JI. Grlsdale, was ft- piece of stiff' clay that had Veon used as'a run for :boss.-- The ground WAS fairly Jevel, which.was the only feature favorabln to tractor work. Three-quarters of an Acre of this land was plowed, the.converted motor'car drawing a two 12 Inch bottom gang plow, Scuffing to a depth averaging seven and B half Inches. Tho lime plow was one hour. The Ford car, with tractor attachment, weighed Iffs- than Iba.; thereby proving conclusively that Iho excessive welghls hitherto g'lvsn farm trac- WANT J6, .WAGE.-: July .lor- a-. and tS: hours "work lor underground, miners, and f 4 and S. hours for surface; 'men was made today 'by a committee'e I. tlind pouches of the bowels.' man derive] a lot more pleasure Irom Blocking other pec-pie than he.floea from being shocked by Ihfttt.'.: Wba w9 TMSm II tat .Save NOW? Though jour aalaryor Incarr.a viH no doubt Increase, M will Jjwr and many llnd thai Ihe latter more thin kgop the lormer. Now b the Hme" lo .start a Reoerve FvBd ind the Saylngj Deparlroent o( Uw Unioa Buk of b to It. OF CANADA "frajjey hare on hang" ;uu can open Vith any suia, dmv LETHaWICKJE.DRAWN CARMTOH IRANCH BAftONt BRANCH A, F. Tjtum, F. V, Ctytrs, Mjnjjt- J. BlMlrwwd, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SB EBMUND WAIICER. C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, Pro H.V. F. JONES, AulCknt IL 9t JOHN AJXD. Gmnl IV.C.BROWN, Stp'i of Coinl Wncm THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO SAVES and bliys a War Security, of Helps a bank to do so, is giving most vital help 8W. to the Empire in its crisis. Opn i account at any bratach ot thii Bank. Branch- R. T. Bryninei. Mgr, md It pro- duces inflammalloa ot the bowels and liver, the blind pouches showing the most The changes in tbe latter may vary from filling np with a reddish granular 'looking mass of soft consistency to hard core composed of Unlag cells, blood, etc. The liver show cbangej varying from a fairly normal appearance to large areas of a yellow color which when cut Into show a cheese-like cen- chicks appear dull and Isolate themselves. from the re- mainder 'In the hover or under tbe hen. The. feathers become ruffled; wings droop; appetite U lost and caslonally the chicks give utterance Lo a shrill cry, particularly when try- Ing to pass material from Lho bowels. A while discharge Is usually present although It may be rather reddish In color and the vent become pasted with the material dlachargcd. These ate the prominent syrnploins'ln typi- cal cases but chicks may also be badly affected and exhibit no appearance of disease until death sud- denly takes place. conslsls In' dissolving fifteen grains of powdered calchu In a gallon ot drinking water. This should be kept constantly in front of the chicks and should be, changed every two gays. consists In I the Isolation ot all ailing chicks from; tbe remainder of the flock and the. thorough olslnlccllon ot all the Quar- ters and runs, which may be accom- plished by tho application ot a lime- wash solution made by adding two and one-hall pounds ol stone lime to a pall of water, to which la also added one-half a tcacuplul ol a good com- mercial dlsInfectanL This should be applied full strength wllh a spray pump, brush or old broom, lo all parts of the quarters, brooder houses, etc.! The feeillng (roughs should be cleans- cd dally by wllh boiling walcr and special care taken to pre- vent the chicks gelling their feet In the feeding utensils or drinking foun- tains as Ihe dlseasu Is transmitted from bird to bird In thla way. The floor of the brooilcr houses rjhould be covered with a coaling composed of nine parts of sand and one part of alr-slaked are not remo' least be m air-slaked lime to Insure proper dls lutcMoa. If the runs are not too; large, It Is also advisable, lo covtr, Ihem wllh a thin coating of the above i mentioned lime and either spade plough them up. The chkkfl ahould be kept awar Iron all adult fowls and carcasses of dead birds Immediately burned ss burying only serve? 10 keep the Infection going frcm yenr to year. The.demands .w mailed In registered Betters to opera- tors or their representatives'and In- clude Imperative reiiiiests for a favor- able answer by 7 o'clock tomorrow night.: t .-A The, following, land thus 6wed was harrowed .with a 32 disc Harrow. The time occuple4 by Ihe work cons'lfjefably less than an hour. it usually requires a team" of sli Lo, draw a 32. dlac harrow whenVcirltfvaUng .clay soil.'- It Is rumored lhat.a (ew'membera of who'have the agrlcirllurlsLs at-liearti are likely, to nltemin to bring' the' matte'r of "the employinent of- light.. farm: tractors .The. desirec admission of these-much, needed ma- chines Inlo Canada, without duty he Ing paid upon them, was certainly ask ed for In the Canada, anil Iho 'M.tnUter'ot Flnauca'was certainly III advised in refusing to accede to the It la humored that' this ques- TheDesip ud Letteiio; You choose for Ihe monument will bt executed artistically and beautifully. They will harmonlr.e with the Itself, giving to the whole a bedtllnK'tho. purpose.of the memorial. We arc' prepared to furnish a "monument of anr- design you- may select and lo emwlUE'n it with a ay em- bicm or.' lettering you' may v Lelbbridge MoniimenUl Gut Stone.Worki, R. Prop. Street S. Traction Engine REPAIRS ajl of repair on either itum or gw tractors Only high cur who f, and we wilt quote yew prices >ra right. NIVEN BROS. Flnt PIMMH tin (Eolirn? mamn.m.'r Term Conimencei Sept 12. Efficient Executor are often caused in an Estate through thVcareiessness or of the individual ExecuWlr or Administrator, v' n bt appoint! ng H on .Ihc advice of couniel la bonded to carry out the of the teftatof, and has experienced charge .'of all Ita Ife TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Cbinpany CATTLE FOR SALE I HATE 200 lOF CHOICE COWS AND HEIFEKS, 2 TO 5 YEAKS OLD. THESE ARE MILK STRAIN DURHAMS AND ARE AN EXCEP- TIONALLY FINE BUNCH. INSPECTION INVITED. CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE Public Adrr-lnlrtritor find Auignee for (tie Judtclil of LetKbrldge, Maclebd, Medicine Hat, Calgary, StettUr, I APPLY RABY 410 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1553 SALE P.ominion QfOvcrnment BontJs maturing 1937 in Denominations of anrt at-- Interest Five Fer Cent. British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Manage'r and atcntnty CONYBEAR6 SLOCK LETHBRIDOE, -e ot sand and one pan of II lime, anil If tho dronplngs L emoved dally, -SSey should ntfl Tided with a fair amount itnall The lady stumbled over poodle who ac! up a monmfnl "Oh, I beg your pardon, sM she, Could true polll.'nejs fa Caveat Emptor. (Ut the Buyer "Caytat Emptor" or "Ltt the Buyer Beware" was the motto of the old time merchant. Hn business to get all he could and give as poMtbfc in return. That was dishoneit, o< experience. riaj shown that It wai not even profitable. The successful merchant or to-day ii. '.the one'who gives real .value. The dealer to-day wtrrti to establUh a sJermanent butintst knowj that Honeaty ia'the: best policy and to prove that he it there to atiy, he You cin depend on getting deal from the regular and ptrtiitent adyertfter. WHEAT MOWS THE TIME, TO BUV ftOOD FARM LAND, Faimerl llie-Wei'L the past' two years prices at and I1.M buahcl have bcnn nqylnif for thtlr lands oilt bt'one crop, What "may tney Lot do with wheat and all fanm pioduce at their prices? We have lome eicellenl prtpertlea belonging to. Treat under our care which will appeal to, the fanner and ln7MtoT, and which raaat realUed upon. FOB 'ill. tHE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. (MewiOnic. Albert! Branch, MKltod Edmonton, or.wrKi to W. A. Diyla, -i'l-U'i'' 1 jj i HAIL INSURANCE "In CmipMT ftur Mall an two. lo Pint, fl Ity rtputatiwi itr factory Such wltl alww tin CltOWM a Ittdtr. .Deht M It In tW trttMi PHONE DM ;