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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE K n SATURDAY, JUNE OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER er authority quulwl. S4.0S9 habit- arc vacant OH farms. ;mJ Pennsylvania fanner is reported as Seven or Bight Per Cattle Lost in Losses Heavier. The wiuler just past bin of the most trying on live slock m history of lUe The I'r.ii rie area iu general went into ilio irtnter TCTX sbort of feed. The balance ot the province, luclifling Centra! r Northern Albfria had suftideM fr-oJ for an ordinary .wmur High JUKCS offered (or hay ami itnl-atfl some of the farmers to sol! scmte of their feed early iu The KinU-r farmers in the prairie country. Had wbiter and tsprmg proved to be an ordinary one. there would still hiw serious shoruga except In n few it The result ID South- uud been thn.'. saj'infi liiat he luts cumitod high as 5TS motors pluto on way from Michigan to tlu-lr hi a single while meantime his fields art- growing In weeds for iiu-k of help. Tht Farm Journal U glv- IPII us authority .staUnuem that HJO American i-rop be- 1'4.- aeivs short this year. cnvlr.K iti lack of help. are crowiLsg factories weaving wages that to fiivo. emi iivsigLit injat the present price of ami of fceJ is no i panieulcir j with .'.vtirking huura ibat aro ituiws- 1 sibK1 ou fanus. respc-ctlug losses have Movies Preferred to Work Nor is this worst o' -t. A Mis- scmti farmer ux'iH to Kaiis-as City ttio ntiu'r to get two moil. "In front of [lie movi? at the uiif-nuK-n malinee.' lie says, "wyre forty husky youlhs waiuu hcny. Kiiqufrk-i; been pent to a large number of farm- rrs uisil crop reporters throughout tho province. rei'Hos iaditxiie that the hisses from nothing at all in some to U't-tity-fivc por in olbertr. IK-'iiAi'ttiieiit uftk'iiils hivo mado cnquiriei while iravcUEitjf tlirougliout country and from in formation revfivei from all POUITPJ. the concludes that llm losi editor of Rural Nc-.v Yorker, there will lias been aboiu ten tier cent, over the bo less food In tho United Slates thin _______ ___.......___ areas tubjecl to feed shortage, thatjat any lime dnrin.i; tliu war, and Mr. 1-eeo enough feed to carry the stoch i u. Southern aad parts of Cent- I'.'olllngwood wonders "how the averaso IL Northarn and Ceuirul Aoerta. Pjrl) ral Alberta, but'on account of the, city paper cowert with dls- its March It became evident that a steady relucllnn last summer o( stock cussinp the ordinary tojvrs of ihe day iato winter in toss areas and' wlieu tliis ca'amUy is slowly but sun ebod many fanner.! in territory WOUld experience n feed eiiortasi: due to quite unusual conditions and ihfy considenthie losses. Some dif- ficulty was in secuTics rapid movemeent of iiay from EinRrn Canada to the centra! and northern parts of tlie iiroviuco during tbe enrly stage ot tbis euierECncy. A little lat er, however. Iree movement was se- cured and [lie situation was material- ly relieved. tJio consequent increase in the nurn-' lier in arvas with sufficient feed. i-oiulltioiw iu :i oieasuro losses In tho wbolc cattle (o tiiose existing in Ku stock of iho [iravmce would probably j rope as' a ot war are Inovic be nut above ?even or eight per cent This does aol include the loss in spriiiR calves. I'lio situation with rospect to horat stcct differenL The dry aefljiou In i bertq left we horses in u thin j j able in N'orth "America It the people of-trio United States ;unl Canada do r.ot In Unto to the reality of the danger facing them. J. KraUt AliliOTT. scenes which Meek has scored, aud It was Cpllier who encouraged every buggestion nude by Meek to develop his role. Tht a attitude ou tho part of a New York Is not eknctly couj- j mon. Meek left St. Catharlnee when still a boy aud wcm to whwe tc acrobat. quantity started bta Btnge career as nn ,ml thai bo performed i A ncx'Idvut nitvilo bliu give up or thx> maximum pay, uml tbere is to 1 lb.it> brauclv of tho urofeealoQ. HP made lower standard o( quiullty and tiuality with a rale of tor the worker >Ao cannot, reach ;he first standard. In the past'the workers have claim- ed that they have been speeded up uiueh by. the manufacturers and Uls first appearance, on Iho' legitimate stage ih Toronto, where he played with a stock company tor a season. Ho wts then engaged hy John Craig ot Boston for the Castle Square Slock Company, whero In playeu for ion years until Sam 11. Ilcrris brought Kave met that issue by twins an ar- i hlru to .N'ew Vork for the cast ot Go- uitrary limit tifion production In cer- lug left this eugageuient lain fields. whih> some manufacturers to return to Canad- nnd enlist In the hare beeu contending that him to make.good. He will also appear in and Paris before returning to this contin- ent. Levy has toured Canada Jy and has appeared In every large city in the Dominion. women business ct driving, a. car they, drive as veil If not better than men. Uut when they drive fw pleasure alone they aro us IrresvoiisiMa as children." This the verdict ot .Albert Bemhuseu, Toledo, 0., traffic police officer. He is Olaaiie Cooper, wno has Mied a number of stock in Montreal and Toronto. In ihe Collier roinedy ho lias a little character a Scotch sruom. ho has but liltle to do. he doos that little well. Uert f Levy, the artist-entertainer, ivliose act is fRralliar-.tp thousands of Canadian vaudeville patrons, railed recently en route to Berlin, where ho appear for twelve weeks on a pre- war contract. Levy will be the first J Bngllsh-speaking artist'to play in Qer- I many since. Iho hectnnlng of .hostilities' Beforo war he had a "play or pay" nve used exact wort] atheist. He In thesoutaeru and eastern uoriiors i lien entering winter. Horses which ihe existenre of an ol the province, coniiitions were some- had hccn accustomed to running out Q_.] tat was a God ot the what different. It was evident tlf previous winters were turned on j Christians. As to whether he was early tall 10 the prairie farmer that lie i rr.njes on which Ihe grass was slwrl not_ it a of niUBt provide feed tcir the wlir.cr or anri th; water scarce. The winter elos- t lv'as tn leduce his licesto.k. Larse down rapidly and much earlier than ,hi> fac, he h. j 5tjlv. of live siock -.vere sent to market from usual with the result that ihti horse1 Develops Small 1'nrt Into-Hole i Alrnosl Kivalling the Star's. NEW YOHK, June Canadian' cclor has demonstrated to the New; York theatrical world that aii appst-; fc-ndv inslgnlf.canl may be devrl-.-' Is Donald hay began moving to Southern province there has not been any and s steady supply was kept up through the whole winter and at uu time, throiighout'thg season was there Nearly Insane From Leg Ulcers j tial in horses but on account of'. I hie general feed shortage iioraes are I thinner iu flesh than usual. j growth of grass has not been I particularly rapid on account of the being somewhat cool. Tsierc THLTJIWUK UOOSEVKI.T. Mr. Owen Wister. 32S Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. Pa. Tbe colutifl in another7 leiter, scor-; aj] v.-ere either Ins a rather Eeiisntloaal novel deal-; or "No, Sir." It was laconically: with Ihe XVest anil published "Cornedv Uutler.'" Meek first rc.trl the role '.vhlch nude him a Broadway celebrity over night, he discovertl mat it was cnn-' taincd on four tioy typewritten pages has been pleiiJy of moisture, however, i 1901, satd he had grown to havp "a However MeeKs took the part. MTicn lE parts of the province and pasture j horror of the reformer who is hair ruhearsala began there came revisions, ut ihe Ume of writing is such that f charlatan 'and haif friiiatlc. and who reversions aud revolutions. By the Sfie of ttfffring end ttoty of her cure. tivolciten from Sa nh D, of Raeb-jck, Ontario. "J i-aa't ilce t from teen. I am in piin mrut 1 hire doctored bat n stock arc doine veil. i II. A. CKAIG. Deputy of Agr Ume. p a! t the D. D. cated hsro er totes til liuled, Wiaaipcj nfiU of eciemi. Can yoahtl Now i few Trordi frctn liter letter. 0. D. D. u directed, and mr )c? It clctclr well." be ceaYTcetd aed try thii rtm-dy twUf foruy fwo of One avfi'.i- ratkm lomVaQnerhat-k if relief douo't come from (he fint wltlc. ?1 ,00 a bottle. Try D. D. D. Soap, twfc AiPREOICTIl runs his own cause by overstAtement." I und of the first weak Meak's part had his oppcsifkin to the en- acquired twoi new scenes, witlt fccveral trance into the t'nitcd States in 1908: bright lines in iAidimm to Sir" of thn Princess Krojintkln. no sn.id: i and ".No, Sir" By Hie time the iiltiy People who call themselves anar-! opened but ofToWD his part had lieeii chlsts. no matter how they qunllfy liiei padded up from four to twecty vases j word hy calling themselves 'reform-: aud ivhen thB Broadway upeuing night! ers.' hy just sci much add to tlic. cvrived Meek's part proved next to' strength of the ivorst anJ most vicious Collier's, the comedy sensation of "The elements of our civilization." j Hotientot." ByJtlUt lime the "part had i "I have always been grateful to you bcen swelled to forty pages, ind Siiint-Gaarfcns for just existtaB." Prononnecs Collier "th, 1869 662 Branches 1S20 loflon.fbr SMn Disease J. D. HigiriBoiiciri Ltd., drus I Grave Warnings Being Sounded in Unilctl Stiites Press. i Rhodes' statement that "In no quarrel! The Road From The Farm to The Barik Should befell Worn fio to the Manager of tho near- est Royal Hank branch with your financial ditficuUIes while, they- nro sitinU ;aud he cau; usually help you. Your aCfnirg wilt be; treated with strict confitlfliice. The Bank's itrc plodgsd to secrecy about the business of eye-ry tustoutcr. Capital and Reserves Total Resources Write to our nearest Branch' for n set of ten Livestock Blot- ters, showing photographs of champion hulls, boars and rams. Store than uitentlun has been all on one side, and the wrong nil on the other" he took excep- tion in these words: "f fully hoUeye In and appreciate not only tho valor TORONTO In Cenlreof Ehoppino snd Businsss Dislrici ROOMS called to the danger that as :L j of the South, but its lofty devotion to result of the desertion of the country- j ihe right as it saw the and 'yet side and overcrowding of towns, of an i I think that on every is, {actual shortage of food, even in what on the question of the Union, on the: should bo this country of ah'.mdance.! question of slavery, on the question i I These warnings have fallen here 10; state was wrong with al largely on deaf ears, tn tho United I tolly that amounted lo madness, and Suites, where like conditions eiist. wnj, !ierverslty that amonnted to people are beginning to awuke to n 1 realization of the facts. In a recent' issuj 'of The Literary Digest first were made to hrive Kooso-'l [faced. Government Itself Endangered i !l ls wcrc mane lo nrlve The Manufacturers1 Record ot Baltl. I lhcn coll off his (inoro is quuled as saying thai the do- the Standard Oil Company ami i creasing food supply is endangering- investigation of the Harrlman. rali- i the existence of the Government it- j way llnni, whlcli he had ordered. In self, ami thai the most serious ques- i spite of the strenuous controversy con- j The Road to Independence -Trouble comes to all of us at one ttmn or another. The man with a snug bank account, is fortified against the "slings and arrows of outrageous i It is the duty of eveiy man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account take your first step along the roai? tc Independence. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA. Established I (Ion? Ijefoie-thc American people: ta- ilay. IK (he- production of im a food supply. corning these ami questions ofj public the colonel-found time to write a long and learned Idler UTHBR1DGE BRANCH, Branches olio "t Monarch oye COLROOSEVEIT In N'ew VorJi slate, according to an-i Mr. Ualfour. reviewing a hook'called f j "Dccartente" whirh was than causing a stir in the literary world. In this 'i letter he j "I do not see any thinVing man I ran fall to feel mm- then 1 ijoubts as to what may hofall our nnnl'. j 1'crn civilization-the civilization of Ihe y i white races, wlui hato their in- nucnco over the entire tho 'culture they have inherited or naiulr- ed in extrome Asia and in i Kurope during tho last three- in- fourf 'lliousanrt years. Tho intrusion of'an. alien race ir.to another civlliza-; i lirui. its groivth and .suiiremacy and! .-.way. Is of jrourse curiously Wrote His te LeHer, During IS Public Cari-iT, Jlsiny fn j i.ltle In ;il Icasl one lhal Is. and Tainlers SERVICE.-Oar highly-developed service is available at all times forthe benefit of our cns- tomcrs. Every well-grounded business man appreciates the importance of theco-operatiou, guidance and information on his Banker. THE STANDARD BANK Or CANADA j YdilK. .Tunn love for iitnl :irl Mild his scholarly approi til 111" work ol ,-in'l lie sent many uf nv, ccr. l.i in tli': i.inlli i hy his hiusr'lipll'-r, i rlarkntss." T. K. MAHAOEH 13TK STflEET NORTH G. E. BLETCHER MAMActn 4iH AVENUE SOUTH P. BILLINGTON KEW DAYTON AMD Stfnuia BRAIICHE.9 U. G. THOMAS MAjiAain UflANCH W. B. TEROUSON COAt-DALC BRANCH C. T. MeXINNON MANASM BUROCTT BRANCH Amusing mid lntrrr---tiTiR iS wrll 'as thnnc al, wero wrUI'-n hy Coltinf 1 i lo Ilrarulrr >tntf.hows. Spiu- Barn. Ilonth Tnrfeinntoii. O-von I I-. Marchls Kiinons, VrrlrTii-l; Jluc-' 1 Monnloj. AiiBtislus Kalnt Gauilcn-: "'InHlR Union Aims Kord M! )o Check t'luhlc j Jiissprand, l-'rcrlcrkk Scott Ollvr-r, Ar thiir .7. Halfour, Henry jOharlis Scrlbner and Kobrrt flriilp-: A critic of Koofcvclt hnl written I Mr. Wlftor ninis Of i It" Airjiilpunillrrl WofVl.Til of and iti" of'llicS inir-ri'. ij hoj.-.-'d for hy Ihi, -fjir. J., i'.an.ls not tci of w rr-gnrrtocl as OUR SERVICE A MONO other things, this Bank is prepared to make loans to respon- sible parties. Accept money on'deposit and pay' interest at current rates. f Transfer money lo any part of the globe.' Issue Drafts, Money Orders, or Bills of Exchange payable in any part of the civilized world, Make collection of drafts, farmers' sales notes, etc. Give practical advice on all business transactions and lend promote worthy enterprises. Do not hesitate fo consult us on all matters pertaining to Banking. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND iit The Wonder :s...-, Flour HAVE YOU-TRIED IT? 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