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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THtfi LlilrtBHIDOK DAILY JUNK IMS Commodities in Store June 1 June following statement contained In the report Bt the high cost of living commissioner shows tht distribution of the total j fltMtntltles of each of the mentioned commodities In store June i efl nccordlng to established In Toronto Is a separate district frdtn the remainder of Maritime MILLS HAVE NOT MAT Butter Cheese fresh pickled CMOO fresh Smolied Meats Mutton and Lamb all kinds all kinds Quebec i Ontario j i j I British Bullrr Cheese fresh pickled fresh pickled and Smoked Meats Slutton and Lamb all kinds all kinds 2 Albertn and Manitoba Saskatchewan Columbia 2 3 034 899 All Phases of Agriculture Discussed at Convention The approaching convention of the Canada Irrigation Associa tion at raises the ques To what extent is the dry far mer Interested in irrigation4 There has been a tendency in the among to tliink of dry farm ing and irrigation as in a rival modes of It is of the utmost importance to the develop ment ofWestern where both kinds of farming are practiced on the largest scale in that their independence shacH be properly un Had Western Canatfa been first set tled by farmers Trom irrigation coun tries the of agriculture in these proviews would have been very As it our first and even most of our settlers to the present were from Eastern Can lie Eastern or those of Europe where irrigation 1s not They came to Western Canada with no knowledge of irriga They have learned dry farm ing from the settlers in the semi arid regions of the Western and they are now learning irrigation largely from the same The Western Canada Irrigation As sociation recognizes that the relation ship dry farming and irriga tion is a very close one and for that reason a considerable space on the program is devoted to dry At the convention which is to be held at Nelson on July 5 and Min ister of Agriculture in and a dry farmer of many years ex is to give an address on The Principles of Dry Motherwell was president of the as sociation a year and was pre siding officer at the convention held at where his practical experience as a farmer contributed greatly to the interest of the The officers of the association are also delighted to have a letter from Samuel of the irri gation division of the United States Department of stating that lie will probably be able to at tend the convention at and that if so he will be very glad to de liver an The agriculturists Canada are under con fsiderable debt to the officials of the States Department of Agric iilture and of the United States re service who have always been most generous in bringing to June president of the United Farmers of and member of the board of grain supervisors for the expressed the opinion that there Is not enough wheat in the west to keep the mills of the prairies grinding until the new crop comes EGYPTIAN COTTON IS RESTRICTED June war trade board has placed on the restrict ed imports list Egyptian cotton and After today Importation of brown Egyptian and other low grade cottons from Egypt will be The Importation of eighty thousand bales of high grade Egyptian Cotton will be permitted during the present calendar All cotton imported under the ar rartgemelit will be controlled by the textile in advisement with the war industries board under the ag ricultural department for allocation to LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is 1 tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons into e bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small grocer has the lemons and Canada the benefit of the which they have gathered through many years in their With Fortier and Motherwell both on the irrigation and Iry farming will be represented by worthy Another There is another phase of agricul to which both irriga tion and dry farnJing are merely stepping That is stockraising and The demand for wheat due to conditions arising out of the war may tenfporarily over shadow the profits of the live stock but every agriculturist knows that in live stockties the per manent safety of the whole The extent to which irrigation fosters the live stock industry is not generally There is an opinion abroad that irrigation has to do ly with the raising of fruits and vege Nothing could be further from the The great irrigated crop is of which alfalfa is Tab les showing the irrigated crops raised in the United jstates reveal the fact that over sixtyone per of the entire irrigated crop area of the United States is devoted to raising and of this area one half per is in The area de voted to fruits of all kinds is only per of the whole sugar per and per The overwhelming importance of hay in irrigated countries is ed by the foregoing In irrigated areas of Alberta and Sas katchewan the hay industry has not perhaps developed quite so on account of the large amount of open range which until recently been but with the settlement which is going on this condition is rapidly passing Already the Lethbridge irrigation district is the principal alfalfa producing section of Western In British Columbia considerable areas were ori ginally intended for fruit production are now growing At for a district at one time devoted almost exclusively to fruit and is now growing so j much fodder crops that last year the local creamery produced fifty tons of i In order that mixed farming may receive proper attention at the irriga tion superintendent of the agricul tural and animal industry branch of the and president of the West era Canada Live Stock will de liver an address on Mixed Farming Under the Rutherford is a recognized authority on this sub and is a platform speaker of in ternational superintendent of the Do minion Government experimental sta tion at will speak on Mixed Farming and Alfalfa as an Aid to Orchard chief of the irrigation in vestigation department of the and an expert on fodder crops is also down for an Altogether it is assured that every not only of but of dry stock raising and will come under No farmer or fruit raiser should remain away from the conven tion because be does not happen to be an Irrigator there will be much COPYRIGHT BRANCH HAS BEEN June patents and copyright branches again have been A few days ago they were transferred from the agricultur al to the justice This order has now been cancelled antl the branches are transferred to the trade and commerce now deputy minister of agriculture and commissioner of pat is also transferred to the trade and commerce department under the title of solicitor of patents and copy retaining his status as a deputy FAMOUS SURGEON OIAO New Juno Valentine traveller and who was one of the early exponents In this coun try of thd pastcnr treatment for died suddenly at his home yesterday of angina aged 66 4 GERMANS WONT ADMIT LOSSES June Ottawa statement hns been issued showing that Uio German com munications on aviation cannot be be It states that the Germans lost fortyeight airplanes on the west front on June 2 and fortynine on June while they acknowledged only ton The British brought down S3 out of the French in January lost twenty airplanes as compared with the Ger mans In February the figures were 18 French and 79 German in March 50 French and 186 German in April 46 French and 136 German and in May 60 French and 356 TROTSKY DISAPPOINTED Juno the allUusslftn congress of war commis sioner vcnllel to discuss plans for n compulsory army of bread Leon Uolahovikt war minis Bald that the Red army was n great as less than one third the numoer desired had been recruited and the quality of the re cruits were He urged that de moralisation and disorganization must bo I know that gigantic tnsks con front many among the Soviet leaders are getting discouraged and downhearted and gloomy before future but these will do better to step aside and not impede us by their whining and that American Socialists endorsing the cause of this and other demo cratic Would send seven prominent members of their party to Europe to to European Soc ialists the American interpretation of democratic internnlism and to beg them to stand with us united for REDUCE NIW8PRINT June ers again urgtd by the Fed Commission to reduce consumption of newsprint paper In today showing there wm no great saving In following previous COSSACKS EXPEL THEM June the taking over of the Don the Don Cossacks under the lead ership of General Krasnoff have begun the expulsion of all hew set as well as RAIN IN MANITOBA June were general throughout Mantolba last a falling In ntost There were fairly heavy rains In parts of two Inches being recorded In the Kam sack Slightly cooler weath er Is predicted for the next two this IB growing PLENTY EVIDENCE ON SINN FEINEKS June chief secretary for frtland stated in the house of commons today Ihflt there evidence agalrfst the Sinn Pelti ers recently arrested to enable thslr prosecution for but that It was not desirable or neces sary to Institute LETHBRIDOE PEOPLE 3HOULD EAT PIR DAILY Pie Is both fruit nml Those who hrtyo trouble digesting plo Bhguld take SPOONFUL simple buckthorn glycerine ast mixed In Adlerlkkn This flushes the I3NTIIIB bowel removes foul matter which poisoned your stomach for months and ANY CASIO pour gns on con stipation and prevents Leaves stomach In condition to dlges Hlfllnbothftin SOLID FOR VICTORY New June a statement denouncing a suggestion of European Socialists that German and Austrian delegates be invited to attend a plenary international congress in the near the American alliance for labor and democracy announces VITAL June George Minister of Trade and the confer ence on vital statistics here this The conference will continue tomorrow and on The object of the ivhich is beinf attended by re s presentatives from all parts of is to create a Do minionwide scheme of vital statistics under Dominion and Provincial Dominion BUB by far tke strongest tea on the and its delicious flavor costs you nothing You may as well drink the best tea in your especially owing to extra it really costs Picnic Lunches One of the things that makes an outing successful is a nicely prepared How much jnore pleasant it is for the Ladies of the party if they have no trduble with the eating side of the This is possible for we can prepare and put up a picnic lunch that you will find both V Tempting and Satisfying Consult us when you are thinking of having a little 351 picnic and let us putjup the Kirkbys Afternoon Ice v 2 Model 72 ptiie supply three ounces of Orchard White lor a few Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the arms and hands each day and see how wlndburn and tan disappear and how soft and the skin Yes It is Eye Glasses that Dont Slip or When we fit eye glasses thej fit yet as near the eyes as the lashes will each eye looking exactly through the centre 01 each Comfort Satisfaction guaranteed HENDERSON EVE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHT9 JEWELRY 8TOBC woman engaged in facing the problem of food GREETS CHASSEURS June of wildest enthusiasm the arrival of the detachment of French Alpine or Blue The peo ple turned out en masse to welcome the little band of gallant heroes of Frances all of whom have heeu wounded at least and as they marched briskly up the pontoon to the market place in front of the fer their long bayonets glistening in the the very aplrit of France seemed to be reflected there ami the businesslike way in which they fol lowed out the commands of their officers brought rounds of cheers from tlio thousands who gathered to see them and make them welcome to Sir Lamer premier of the ami Lavigeuer and the members of the city were present to welcome the To night they will bo entertained at u banquet given them by lao French col ouy Supreme over all for Summer Use HOWEVER light your is no holiday complete without As in your other let it bethat most the For in small is comprised the musical wealth of the The same points of superiority that have placed the Pathephone in the finest drawing rooms make it the choice par txcillence for summer You need carry no nor change them nor seejc them Pathu Permanent Sappftire Ball replaces never wears and adds 40 to the Its careful cabinetmakingrenders the Pathephone best able to withstand dampness and rough Its perfect mechanism gives no no expert atten It plays all On placid evening camp the carefree summer every need or mood is met by the through Piithe It a vacation adjunct that will give more solid enjoyment than any other one It will furnish richer music in wider ranirr than am er than any other it is an neverfailing source of enjoyment that will well repay the thought that made it one of your TSht far tke it cnn tmfns of trinttsivf fatftg of rfcording anti rcftra jucinf uitk intfrf sting ffiaty on Ptriod Furntturt Ami be turf to take r Pa the Record THE Piths Reper toire comprises me lateit popular well M the gieatett muiical and in cludei Records by the loremotl irtiitt el the It will prove a revelation lo the critical lover of the exceptional in rnutic And all Palhe THE PATHE FRIiRES PHONOGRAPH OF LIMITED Western Wholesale Whitla 448 ClifUrd 1004 New Local Hudsons Bay Lethbridge ;