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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD SATUn!)AY, JUNli22, ini� OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER The Farmer and The Hired Man By Bud a(ubl)Io. (Fftrm and Unnrli Uevlcw.) Yds Sir! HolU ot 'pm? got-a Inrpo Btzed kick a'coniin'. Let us examine the case of the hired mon first. Now the avernge hired msn is ft Riiy -thnt needs a ,dcfll o' dellcnte hanrilin,'- lie's such nn tmporiaiil pcrsonnge. His most pronounced trait is "Independence" with a capital "1." and lio'll work.."Independence' to the limit every time. Theres no doubt about It lint that you ran get your nibuey's worth out of him of you rub him the right, way. Now, there's several important' items to he kept in mind in handiln'your hired help. The first is: Always j^Oit,work nt quitting time. Mr. Hircid Help feels five or ten minutes' overtime work worse than six months' bundle pltchin'. Next feed your man good and plenty.-One o� LEMON,. JUIGE TAKES OFF TAW Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin IS sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons' Into a bottle containing three ounces ot Ornnard White, shake well, and you hlive a quarter plat ot the best freckle ^unburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautified at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounce.s ot Orchard WTiite for a few cents. Massage thU sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and sec how-freckles, sunburn, windburn and tan disappear and Uow clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It Is harmless.-AdVertls em en t. ill There is Character in every design w'e erect. We, give to every memorial stone a " distinctive individuality. We aim to impart to all our output an expression of personal Interest and sympathy. We are prepared to submit special designs and will be glad to haye you call or phone us to call on you. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Worki ,R. Needs, Prop. Sth Street 8. the worst things you can do Is to have any delay in tlio meal routine, II gen orally means being left without help at the most pressing time, Toorly-cooked and sloppily served grub gen-orally means a sting for the rest of the day aa. far as the hired mau is concerned. Don't always hop on to the hay rack during haying time; the hired man's apt to start tigurin' he's doing two men's work if you persist In it. Another thing, don't try to start learning him how to farm: nine times out ot ten ho knows more than you do, or thinks he does, which amounts to the snino thing. Some people think the hired man is made o' pig iron or something like that and consequently figure ho never needs relaxation. If you don't lot him ease up. nt least on Sundays, he's apt to take a prolonged vacation on his own account. 1'bo average hired man has his likes and his dislikes, so try and find them out done on time, and dono right, even It ho has Idlosyncracleg pass thorn ovor and try to look at things from his viewpoint as far as is commensurate with your interests and most ot all let him see you can co-operate with he'll him-if so, 1 bet stick. '> � ? INSURANCE ACT, 1918 > - � ? : : : : : WOMEN AND THE TARIFF, ? Wanted for Canadian Naval Service Mates* Limitad number of particu-brly suitabU mea with deep tea xperlene* and holdinjl Mate'i sea-going certifibate. Age 23 to 40, ChUI Arltlledr Engineers, AtttUecr Englnccn. Eaain� Hoom ArtlUeers. bntypartleuUrly tuitablaMcnrcquired. Applieuli mud hold MsrU* Eoilnecri Certificate. AjelStoSO. Seamen. A (imited namber of partioularly luitable men with let experience. Age 18 to �iS. Slohers. Men with experience required. A|le 18 to 45. Alio men under Military age but who have pasted their ISth birthday required to Iruin �uStokerit, > Cooks. Men who have experience in cookiug and nut liable to Military Service'are required.  38 �0 OTHER RANKS OR RATINGS ARE REQUIRED AT PRESENT. Whoever says the tariff is tione ot women'6 affairs little realizes what tho tariff does to our farm women. Every farm woman should line up with the forces -which are fighting the tariff and lend her inflneftce and sup port to its elimination. We know that our farm women havo not labor-saving devices in their homes because they cannot afford them, and they cannot afford them because a protective tariff keeps them out of reach of the ordinary farm women. � Let us consider what the tariff this year- has added to the expense of house cleaning Incurs. On the new screen door and windows which the farm woman had to put on the kitchen she paid a duty of 37% per cent. On the nails she used she paid at the rate of G'Va cents per 100 pounds, ! For the paint she used she paid a ' tariff duty of 37% per cent. For her brooms and scrub-brushes she was charged a tariff duty of 27-% per cent. For every pound of soap she bought she paid one cent tariff duty. On the new tea-kettle and the pots and pans with which she stocked her newly-cleaned and painted kitchen she paid a tariff-duty of 42% per cent. You see, even for"" cleanliness, which is next to Godllne6B, the farm woman has to pay an excessive and exorbitant tariff tax,' Surely when women "realize that on the cojumonest, homely ,tasks- and equipment thoy have lo hand ovev a large per coiit. of tho money they pay to some manutactur. or wiio directly derives that bonofit ivhen quite undeserving, they will lino up behind the farm people's organl-iatlou which Is unalterably opposed to any hut direct taxation. When the woman of tho house has the attic bedroom fliilslied and goes to furnish it, here again she hands over much ot her hard earned money lo the raanufacturer.s. On a dresser Bho pays a tariff duly of 37% per cent. For chairs she pays tariff duty at the rate of 37% per cent., and 37% per cent, also on the mattress. For the sheets and blankets she pays 42% per cent, tariff duty; 40 per cent, of tho cost of the !)edroom lanip goes for tariff duty. We women do not mind paying all the money that is our share to flimnce tho country's affairs lint WL' do olijoct to liaudluB out ail (Ik; way to -10 per cent, of the co.st of our hoiiBclioid utensils and furniture upon Gxcuee of tariff tax, very lltllo of which reaches our government treastiry. .jjCommanding Officer H. M.C. S. RAINBOW Eiquimalt, B, C. Naval Recruiting Secretary, Industrial Bureau MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG, MAN -r Naval Recruiting Secretary 278 Wellington St. Ottawa The board of trade of Vancouver has adopted and approved .of tho report of tho' fisherioH section of tho hoard that the federal governmont be rcqutsiod lo appoint u salt-linrrlng Insiiecttir for British Columbia. � HOW TO CONStnyE THE V � fATS..  �  Vor n. few ydais nft�r cottonseed oil was-put on the market, the boUof that It was a count erIoU. or Imitation oil was- general, 'this resulted In bakers and hotel chefs having tho output almost to themselves, and it was when the extraordinary goodness ot their pastrloR attraclod especial attention and comment, that tho aver-ago housokeoper bocamo willing to use this good shortening. Cottonseed oil is quite as nutritious as olive oil, and far healthier than any animal fat. Tho purifying processes havo boon so improved, that all odor and strong tasto Is removed. As a frying medium, vegetable oil (whether from corn, peanut or cotton-seed) la only equalled by olive oil. which can also bo hoatod to an extromoly high temperature. No oil can Impart tho delicate flavor given to tine cookery hy fresh butter, but butter is so scarce now, and so expensive, thnt it cannot be used as formerly. Ono apparent savinc to be found in the USD of oils Is that they aro all fat, whilo butter is one tenth water, so that when cottonseed or olive oil or lard Is used, only four fifths as much is needed. I.ard is expensive now, when compared with the price we paid only a low years ago, and unlass one buys a special brand, it Is often poor in quality. Leaf lard Is tho most satisfactory to U8 and it Is not difficult to render it nicely, if you want to add suet to it, melt one-third of beef suet with two-tlilrds of pork fat\ The way to render leaf lard la to skin it carefully, wash and cut It into bits. Put this in the inner ket-tio of a double boiler and melt It over water heat. When It is melted strain into jars i.nd seal with a cloth dipped in melted parafine. If you have fat salt pork, scrape all the fat off the rind and put It into a kettle With a cup of water or just enough water to cover iho bottom of the pot. Add beet suet it you have It, and when tho fat is all irlcd out, lift the. tlbrotia bit's and lot tho fat cool In the kettle until it forma a firm cako and can bo lifted out. Put tho bits of dried out auot and pork througn Ihu iuud chopper and when you make corn broad, uso them for shortening 11, , Tho only difficulty in trying out lard Hob in your own forgctfulnoaa. A' moment's hesitation-and tho groBBo burns, or Tiolla over, and Is ruined. Stir It very often, putting the ladle clear to tho bottom of tho koltlo 80 nothing will stick fast and Bcofth, Keep the heat low. when It Is' poured out into little crocks, put a very little salt in each crock of lard to settle it. Keep In a cool, ''"v place nnd It will not apoU for you. � ?  ALFALFA AS A HONEY ? ? PLANT. saved another dollar to make an additional  ' deposit, he or she will have a better appre-elation of just what a dollar stands for, and howmuch work and self-denial it represents. tH? /l�RCHANT5 QAM Head Office: Monti^jai, Of,.. CANADA. Established i 804. LEIHBrnbGE BRANCH,  ^ R. J. DINNING. Manager. , MONARCH BRANCH, !  V. A. EBERLY,' Acting Mah�g�r. NOBLEPORD BHANGH.  M. A. KILPATRIGK, Acting Manager. OpenaHousekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There Is a decided advantage In depositing your housekeeping money In t^e Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for yoUr expenditures. You avoid the risk oi' keeping a considerable sum in your \}omt or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt LETHBH^iPOB BffANCH   . F. W. NVCHOLSON, Manaoer � CARDSTON BRANCH ... H BARONS aRANOH  .   F. V.' birtliday congratulations that had boon sent to the British commander-in-chief. Sir Dongliis expres.sod unbounded confidonre In the allied armies and declared thai tho British RAM SALE Lethbridge, alta. October 9th and 10th Under the auspices of tho Southern Alberta Wool Growers' Association, ovor one hundred luombers, owning 200,000 sheep. Entries Close July Isl Entry blanks may be had on application to the Secretary, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Oet fresh vim for your war work-Increase your offlcl#icy hy a visit to cool, green, dis-tinctlvo VICTOUIA and wonderful Vancouver Islahd-a Euro-poan tour in miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITI&H COLUMBIA 1 Food Will Win the War Scn-c your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada, The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist set tic rs on i rri gated lands. Get full particulars nnd free illustrated literature from XLUK :nON, Gin'l UH CP.R. Ln* 9bu 1it St, Eail, CALGARY Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOLLOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. r,^^.,r.---- FOURTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1044 A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 316 FIFTH STREET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 ? For Sale Steam Engine ! E. Leonard and Sons 200 K.P. 17x16 Automatic Side Crank-^in Good Condition. the. Trusts and Gyarantee Conipanif, limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA -LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE . HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER. STETTLER. DO NOT FORGET TO VISIT THE CALQARY EXHIBITION, JUNE 28TH TO JULY 6TH. F. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds j CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES. PLANS, ETC. WE BUILO HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DlBTRIBUTiNQ YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE. V; BRANCH YARD8J AT MACLEOD, COALOALE, CHIN AND BARN-WELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MAT.ER-i lAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS, BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE 9 ;