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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LRTHnnmRR PATLT HERATD JQ and ALL'S WELL when you use A glass of this bubbling tonic is like a shaft of inner sunshine. Gloom or a grouch cannot live in the ame body with it. AT ALL DRUGGISTS ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS -For Nervous People-50 Cents a Box SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917 ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER The Game of Farming Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocer* and General Store* A STRATEGIC MOVE. Jack-fiut why fn tho name of goodness did you want to elope, anyway? Tom-Well, I was in hopes that her family would never forgive us. INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble. We have always received fair settlement* promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Ltthbrldge 2 R. C. MER1THEW Live Stock Auctioneer Let me conduct your farm Kales. Five years experience In the States selling in the sales ring. WRITE FOR DATES WARNER, ALBERTA Two consocutivo years of successful crops have put tho farmers of Southern Alberta on their feet financially. They Imvo also ussi.ttcd tho fii!1!/!*'" somewhat socially. They aro tho cause of the many now homes being built ou the farms. Tliey have brought hundreds of automobiles into the country which will eventually mean better roads. They liavo afforded tho farmer more much needed help that he might have more time to travel and study the conditions around him, and, neither last nor least, they have proven to tho farmers themselves and to tho world that in Southern Alberta paying crops can be grown. Hut these crops have also had their drawbacks. When the farmer Is fighting hard from year to year and taking big risks to make both ends moot ho is a different man than when he has had a few good crops and is somewhat ahead in the game. If he Is losing or playing about even ho Is careful, conservative and sharp. It compels him to think. Anxiety shows itself in his features. Discretion bo-comes molded into his character. Now,' these aro not had points, for they make a man a better master. Ho not only masters his affairs better but he becomes a better master of himself. Therefore poor crops are not altogether fall-urea. If a farmer is playing a winning game the above characteristics become loss dominant. Not that they have disappeared permanently, hut other qualities both good and bad, have predominated. Having a smaller -weight of responsibility on his mind, his brain becomes more clear. Having more to back him up he will take greater risks with the cards ho Is holding, in fact ho will continue to draw to a poor hand, eventually he Is playing a losing game onco more. At this stage of the game tho owner of the card table, or tho man that gambles on tho grain exchnngo and rcgu-ulatcs tho price of wheat sits back in his chair and laughs-back of his nuisk. When the farmer is playing a losing game and ho is becoming anxious it is at this singe that ho begins to study his conditions. He solvos his crop problems by better farming. Ho is more willing to organize with his neighbor for he realizes thnt there aro cards enough In two hands to make one good hand. lie listens with n keen oar to tho organizer of farmers' unions. When he is playing a winning game ho becomes cnreles?. Ho is not so desirous of fighting potato buss. Ho will keep drawing to each hand until his land Is so poor from continuous cropping that ho eventually finds himself playing a losing game onco more. If the farmers of Southern Alberta have a poor crop this year and after being weighed the balances are found wanting on tho farmer's side, ho will begin to wonder why ho was not more careful, more conservative and did not do more to put himself on solid ground permanently. But now, before the crop of 1917 is declared a failure, begin to think, Mr. Farmer, and to plan ahead that you can in the future, farm with a system that will onnblo you to get a crop regardless of summer rains. But good crops are not altogether profitable In themselves. A good crop without a good price Is also unprofitable. Therefore while the opportunity Is still prevalent, study your markets. Join hands with your neighbors to solve the market problem and speak so loud that your voice will be heard within the walls where the prices are fixed for each crop. PAUL D. DROWN. ALL IS GOING WELL FOR ALLIES IN SUB MENACE Everything In Their Favor Against the Hun Pirates Who Enter Bad Season for Sub Work London, July 25.-The report of the week's sinkings of British merchantmen would have shown the low record except for a couple of days when the Germans had unusual luck. Even with these exceptional days the total is considered to have been "about normal." The U-boats for the previous fortnight had been kept down to a minimum, but for the current week an upward tendency would not have been unexpected, in view of the vigorous offensive efforts which the Germans are now puttfng forward on all fronts and which no doubt are reflected in the orders to the submarine commanders to support the land offensive by strenuous efforts on "tho submarine front." On the whole, the navy may be said to be fairly well satisfied with the progress being made against the under water enemy, and the feeling Is that time is all on the side of the allies, as every week sees anti-submarine methods developing and the co-ordination of the various parts of the anti-submarine campaign improving. In the meantime, the shipbuilding program is being pressed forward, while in another month the weather and daylight conditions will begin to tell against the submarines. Somehow a man derives a lot more pleasure from shocking other people than be. does from being shocked by them. Whei win Tra Save If yon don't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt increase, so will your expenses-and many find that the latter more than keep pace with the former. Now is the time to start a Reserve Fund -and the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada U the place to keep It. Deposit the extra .you have on hand now-you can open an account with any sum, dovo to one dollar*-and draw interest oalL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CARD8TON BRANCH  BARONS BRANCH . . A. F. 8. Tatum, Manager  F. V. Cavers, Manager  J. Blackwood, Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD.. D.C.L, Pre�idenl! H V. F. JONES, Asm Ctn'l. Manager II SOt JOHN A1RD, Genera) Minafer V.C. BROWN. Sup'l of Central Wenem Branches Capital Paid Up. J15(00O,0OoTrescrve Fund,  $13,500,000 THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO SAVES and buys a War Security, or helps a bank to do so, is giving most vital help to the Empire in its crisis. Open a Savings account at any branch of this Bank. .J^bridgc Br^A-- R. T. Bryniner, Mgr. (Experimental Farms Note) At the present time when growing chicks are attaining an age of front one month to ten weeks, a disease (known as coceidiosls) affecting the liver and bowels, is causing considerable losses. This disorder, according to Dr. Wlckware of the Experimental Farm, i3 quite prevalent throughout Canada and is probably responsible for many denths at present attributed to white diarrhoea. .The disease is caused by a small egg-shaped germ which inhabits the first portion and blind pouches of the bowels. It produces inflammation of the bowels and liver, the blind pouches showing the most marked alteration. The changes in the latter may vary from a filling up with a reddish granular looking mass of soft consistency to hard core composed of lining cells, blood, etc. The liver may show changes varying from a fairly normal appearance to large areas of a yellow color which when cut into show a cheese-like centre. Symptoms.-The chicks appear dull and isolate themselves from the remainder in the hover or under the hen. Tho feathers become ruffled; wings droop; appetite is lost and occasionally the chicks give utterance to a shrill cry, particularly when trying to pass material from the bowels. A white discharge is usually present although it may be rather reddish In color and the vent become pasted with the material discharged. These are the prominent symptoms in typical cases but chicks may also be badly affected and exhibit no outward appearance of disease until death suddenly takes place. Treatment.-Treatment consists In dissolving ilfteen grains of powdered catchu in a gallon ot drinking water. This should be kept constantly in front of the chicles and should bo changed every two days. Prevention.-Prevention consists In the isolation of all ailing chicks from the remainder of the flock and the thorough disinfection of all the quarters and runs, which may he accomplished by tho application of a lime-wash solution made by adding two and one-half pounds of stone lime to a pail of water, to which is also added one-half a teacupfitl of a good commercial disinfectant. This should be applied full .strength with a spray pump, brush or old broom, to all parts ot the quarters, brooder houses, etc. The feeding troughs should be cleansed daily by scalding with boiling water and special care taken to prevent the chicks getting their feet In the feeding utensils or drinking fountains as the disease Is transmitted from bird to bird in this way. The floor of the brooder houses should be covered with a coating composed of nine parts of sand and one part of air-slaked lime, and if tho droppings are not removed dally, they should at least bo mixed with a fair amount of air-slaked lime to insure proper disinfection, if the runs are not too largo, it Is also adviBablo to cover them with a thin coating of the above mentioned lime and either Bpado or plough them up. The chicks Bhould be kept away from all adult fowls and carcasses of dead birds immediately burned as burying only aervos to keep the Infection golug from year to year. Recently threo cows that Rtood sldo by side woro tested for nlno consecutive inilkings: The first cow had an average of 3.7 per cent, ot fitt, tho maximum and minimum tests being 2.!> and 5.5. Tho second cow had an avorngo for nine tests of 4.2 with maximum and minimum tests of 2.4 and 5.4. The average test for the third cow was 2.6, wllh extremes of 2.0 and 4.0. Hence It Is evident that tho laudable dostro to know what a certain cow's milk tests for fat may be defeated entirely if only one samplo is run through tho machine. In the light of the examples given above, as well ns of hundreds of other instances on record, It Is safe to conclude that a fair method is to test a composite samplo of live or six mllk-Ings taken at Intervals when the cow Is in norma"! condition. This plan has given good resultB in the cow testing work of tho dairy division, Ottawa. Writo for full particulars, so that your good cows may not be misjudged on au isolated test. EXCURSION TO THE DEMONSTRATION FARM AND AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL AT CLARESHOLM RACE RIOTS. Chester, Pa., July 27.-With armed guards patrolling a largo area of the city, quiet was restored here early today after another outbreak of race rioting which caused tho death of two persons and tho injury of .scores of others, both white and colored. The negro section has been roped off and surrounded with guards. All saloons and amusement places have been closed. While the riots were the direct result of the killing by negroes of William McKinncy, a young white man, officials declare the Importation ot a large number of negro laborers from the south had previously caused much ill feeling. Tho Provincial Department ot Agriculture has just completed arrangements with tho Canadian Pacific Kail-way Company for tho annual excursion to tho School of Agriculture and Demonstration Farm at Clnrcsholm, where nn interesting and Instructive program will bo presented by , tho staff, and nddrcssos will be given by tho Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, and others. The date of tho excursion is Tuesday, July 31st. SpeclRl trains have been arranged for at greatly reduced rates from Iiow Island, Cardston and Mazeppa, leaving Lethbrldge at 8.35 a. m., arriving at Claresholm at 10.50 a.m., returning leaving Claresholm at fi p.m., particulars of which may bo found on posters. A Bplendld opportunity will be given for visitors to examine tho school and its operations, Including the experimental plots, and also for Inspecting tho live stock, farm buildings and crops on tho farm. Froo lunch will bo served at noon and before leaving In the evening. Everybody welcome. For further particulars address, ALKX. GALBRAITH, Supt. of Fulrs and Institutes, Ad S Edmonton, Alberta. KILTIES IN CHICAGO Chicago, July 27.-Tho 4Sth Canadian Highlanders, here this week to assist in recruiting for the British army, will watch the Chicago Nationals this afternoon In their game with the New York Giants. Prior to the game they will give an exhibition drill. . . . WANT $6 WAGE. Tronwood, Mich., July 2".-Demands for a daily wage of $6 and S hours work for underground miners, and $-1 and S hours for surface men was made today by a committee of the I. W. W. on mine owners ot the range which includes the shafts In this neighborhood. The demands were mailed in registered letters to operators or their representatives and include imperative requests for a favorable answer by 7 o'clock tomorrow night. FARM TRACTORS FROM FORD CARS At the Central Experimental Farm at Ottawa thero was lately given an exhibition of a Ford Motor Car converted, by tho addition of an attaoh-1 ment, Into a light farm tractor. After operating on tho light soil of the orchard a demonstration was arranged to test the capacity of this converted motor car. The ground selected by the director, Mr. J. H. Grisdale, was a piece of stiff clay that had been used as a run for hogs. The ground was fairly level, which was the only feature favorable 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, cutting to a depth averaging seven and a half inches. Tho time taken to plow was one hour. Tho Ford car, with tractor attachment, weighed less than 2,000 lbs., thereby proving conclusively that tho excessive weights hitherto given to farm tractors are not necessary^ ' The day following, tfie land thus plowed was harrowed with a 32 disc harrow. The time occupied by the work was considerably loss than an hour. It usually requires a team of six horses to draw a 32 disc harrow when cultivating clay soil. It is rumored that a few members of Parliament,'who have the interest of agriculturists at heart, are likely to attempt to bring the matter of the employment of light farm tractors again before parliament. The desired admission of these much needed machines Into Canada, without duty being paid upon them, was certainly asked for in the interest of Canada, and the Minister of Finance ws.s certainly 111 advised in refusing to accede to the request. It is rumored that'this ques- CATTLE FOR SALE I HAVE 200 HEAD OF CHOICE COWS AND HEIFERS, 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD. THESE ARE MILK STRAIN DURHAMS AND ARE AN EXCEP-TIONALLY FINE BUNCH. INSPECTION INVITED. APPLY C RABY 410 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1553 NO. The lady Htuntitled over a small poodle who sot up a mournful yelp. "Oh, I bog your pardon, doggie," said she. Could true politeness go further?- Kansas city Journal. Caveat Emptor. (Let the Buyer Beware.) "Caveat Emptor" or "Let the Buyer Beware" was the motto of the old time merchant. Hia business was to get all he could and give as little as possible in return. That was dishonest, of course, and experience has shown that it was not even profitable. The successful merchant or manufacturer to-day is the one who gives real value. The dealer to-day who wants to establish a permanent business knows that Honesty is the best policy and to prove that he is there to stay, he advertises. You can depend on getting a square deal from the regular and persistent advertiser. CO�-YRIOMTEO I.M -HUM " Hon will now be approached from another angle. It is to be hopell that tho Minister will experience a change of heart, otherwise farmers will bo compelled to hellove that the minister Is not responsive to the noods of tho fnrmers, nor understands' tho economic questions'that the war has forced upon the farming communities. WERE DAMAGED. liangkok, July 2G.-Tho machinery of the Austro-German steamers which woro seized after Siam had declared war against tho central powers July 82, was found to ho damaged. All male subjects of enemy countries have boon Intended and all on-omy business will bo wound up. Nino Bteamors aggregating 19,000 tons were seized by the Siamese government with ^Ss entrance Into tho war. They were owned chiefly by tho North German Lloyd company. THE C.P.R- GIVES YOU TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An immense area of the most ftrtile land in Western Canada for sals at low price, and easy terras ranting from til to 130 for farm lands with ample rainfall-irrigated lands up t* ISO. One-tenth down, balance If you with within twenty years. In certain areas, land for sale without settlement conditions. In Irrigation dlstrlcts.losn for farm buildings, etc. up to 12000, also repayable in twenty years-interest only 6 per cent. Here Ib your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or to secure your frlenda as neighbors. For literature and particulars* apply to Allan Cameron, General Superintendent of Lands, Department of Natural Resources, 305 First Street East, Calgary,' Alta. 1 Looal Agents WIL80N & SKEITH Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343 Lethbrldge The Design and Lettering You choose for tho monument will be executed artistically and beautifully. They will harmonize with the etone Itself, giving to tho whole a dignity befitting the purpose of the memorial. We are prepared to furnish a monument of any design you may select and to embellish it with any emblem or lottcrlng you may desire. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works. R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equtppsd t� hsndle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gat tractors. Only high olass work Isav.s our shop, and wo will quots you prices that" are right. NIVEN BROS. SIS First Ave. a Phone 1783 ResUtmtial Chunk Sthul ftr u�j, P.*utlful hultky iltiAtlun, ofMtooUaf lAk. OntarW, 70 acre, or ll.jlnjj Oymualnm, Ktnk. Itoy. pr.|�r<*l far Hi. UalT.nlUM. Uotu miliary C�ll��� .oil RiiilnHM. R.lhloul tmlnlu BckuUful Ch*i�l. Junior Sciual for Boy. of 9 to 14. For /VwjMAu apri) lo tftt BmtmWw, B�V. P. OOAIIAlt OBCIUBD, " A . (JAMB, Next Term Commences Sept. 12." An Efficient Executor Losses arc often caused in an Estate through the carelessness or mismanagement of the individual Executor or Administrator. This can be avoided by appointing thla Company. It acts on the advice of counsel-is bonded to carry out the Instructions of the testator, and has experienced officers In charge of all its departments. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of Lethbrldge, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Desr, Stettler. FOR SALE Dominion Government Bonds maturing 1937 in Denominations of $100, $500 and $1,000 at $95.50 Interest Five Per Cent. British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Manager and Secretary PHONE 1843. CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. S. -/ $2.00 WHEAT NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY GOOD FARM LAND. Farmers In tno west tho past two years with prices at $1.00 and $1.25 per bushel have been nnylng for their lands out of one crop. What may they not do with wheat and all farm produce at their present prices? / We have some excellent properties belonging to Trust Estates under our care which will appeal to the farmer and Investor, and which must be realised upon. / , ' f END FOR LIST. THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. '