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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1020 TIIE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIFTEEN Thinks Plan ctf League to Use Foicc Weakens Its'Use- fulness. YORK. June rati- licatlou 'or Ike Iresty of Versailles af- Isr the elimination ot Article X ol !bo Lt'aguaot Nations covenant was urg- ed by llerlrerl C. Hoover, lu B stale- tixuu published today In the New York Kvenitig Posl, as the plattorm on which the Republtcau party should f (mid iu ('jo coffllus presidential elec- tions. .Mr. (leaver look'the stand tbat tie Implied 'threat of tbo employment of military force to guarantee the Integ- rity of foreign states was out of place in a league which bo declared was "the proiiucl Weals ot the woi'ld." The power, be do- ciarcd, would be more potent it tlic tbreat ot military force were.removcc anil 'lie league relied wholly oil its moral and economical power. "It nfrlieare to me to be time to raise Ihe .question." said Mr. Hoover "as to wboUicr this same re- fer lo tho guarantees and the use of military has brought about the dissension In (Lo United Stales it not also undermining the league in Europe. I put It lo the friends of tho league in 'all countries. Has no ex- perience and dlecUEsion shown'thai tlic time bas arrived to reconsider this part ot the league's FRIED CHICKEN LUXURY certain, and severe wialere are.exper- ienced when least expected. In order j to williBland these climatic chauges to 'be best possible advantage, it 6 essen. ial that, your apituals are frea froni Mangy animals are not abic n maintain the same condition under severe weather as healtjiy ones. The disease- develops very rapidly in bad weather aud depletes Uia strength and staying powers of tbo animal, and-has >een ibis indirect cause of thousands of cattle during, or after sevpre winters. Tho livestock business can- not prosper long as mange exists and it IE, therefore, the duty ot.every stockman to coice w Ihe .assistance of life- Government, for the purpose of getting rid of a disease which, wll! eventually ruin a legitimate and es- sential business if proper action IE not taken. !t Is necessary and essential to gather and dip'every boot in the area, aud this cannot be successfully ac comph'shed unless every catUe owner pppreclaies his own responsibility in the matter. Now is the tiiiio to get rtadv- and maKa arrangements the place and date fee dipping your cattle. Consult.'the Veterinary In- spector In charge, ot your district at once, and if you can't locate him. write to Dr. J. 0. Ilnrgravp. Medicine Hat, who will give your case.prompt Attention. Don1-, stop whoii you have mado arransetr.Duls for the dipping of ymir own but look neigh- bors up and Induce them to take sim- :'ar action. liMi'.omler ail cattls ir.ust ba dipped twice, and that they must bu put through the second dip, In not less than ten, nor more than fifteen days after tho first dip. This is import- ant for the following reasons: tho dip if properly prepared and If maintain- ed at a suitable temperature will Sill the mange parasites, but it, will not destroy the eggs. Each affected ant- mall will, therefore, after passing .hrough tho first dip, ii arbour thous- ands of eggs, which under ordinary circumstances will batch out in about a week. The newly hatched parasites will mature iu from ten to fitteen daye. and will then commence lo lay eggs- From these facts it Is appar- ent tbat in order to get rid of disease it is essential to cattlo the second time during the period after the eggs havo been hatched and brfora the parasites mature, and com- mence to lay eggs. This tact should be borts in mlud by all cattle .who should lake special care to bring their animals to the second dip in sol less lhau ten nor more than fifteen days. Unless this Is done the dipping will not get rid of maugo as some animals TTOuld still harbour eggs, which would hatch, out and perpetuate tho disease. In view of the inestimable benefit to be derived by all stockmen through the eradication of tills disease catUs owners can well afford to all other business drop on 3uuo and their undivided attention to getting all cattle In their respective districts fat'sfactorily dipped. It this concerted pctlon is taken, there is no doubt tbat the dipping will bo well done, and In such an event the Department would bo in a position lo remove-tho blanket quarantine. ot Animals Brunch. CONFERENCE ON STRIKE TORONTO, June conference was called at uoou today of the- On tario Hallway Board, representatives of the Toronto Railway Company and of tbo men. The railway board slates that II Ihe mediation and negotiation fails tho board will exercise its full powers lu b'avlng a service given. t t But Not Long Ago Kentucky Broilers .Sold at H..50 a Dozen., A photograph 'of one of the ban- queters at Ihc Hikes' Point symposlac of bankers and business men hvlding rhicken log bcforo his mouili will re- mind many of fried j ii delicacy which j v.'ns not'an exclusive luxury, like i diamond-back ic'rrapiii or canvas-] buck duck. F.-iOtl clilckcu used lo be. In season, us available to the do as blackberry cobbler (n. season. .It was au oiice the-.ambrosial resistance of the rich man's table and the succulent sustenance of the mass- es between June and autumn. It is per- haps difficult for brides of tho period who face the perhaps Inspiring but cer- tainly most baffling task ot making n moderate income provide an inyltiug table to believe that persons not yet gray can remember when broilers were sold in Kentucky for a dozen.' rc-haps a more striking illustration of theSvay in which times have chang- ed lies, in the fact that hall chicken was served at. a quarter of a dollar fifteen- years ago at first-class Louls- rllle clubs which now could not afford to serve a quarter of a chicken for less than riilialf dollar. '_ Formerly the Kentucky breakfast diehes wbtcu marked 'it as hcing more like the mid day dinner of the American farmhouse the "Continental breakfast" of coffee and cbfckejl.' And the Kentucky breakfast was institutional In tho nvcrage home corn and wheat were worth no -more Of their pros value the farmer's wife, with tree acjce.ia lo the grain' chick ons to earn pin money 'and regardei hor gross aalefv as'net profit'Nowa .days the prlnling presses of tho Fed oral and Slate Departments of Agri culture reel off educative literature nhich points out the difference be- tivt'en' Ihe profits realizable from feeding grain lo livestock and poultry (md the farmer wlio Is a rcaatertu man allows liltle good grain 'to bo ted (o chickens -while hogs are worth ?21. "Poultry for ovary but not poultry farming, Is advised, arid broil- ers are no longer sold for a'song by women wlio look upon tho prbcecds as jiure gain. The old-fashioned Kentucky cook, for generations- an adept at frying chicken, looks haughtily down upon the housekeeper who does -not sujiply licr liberally with cliickens-for frying, but the city housekeeper who looks at lean little chickens at fancy prices in the .market stalls slglis and recalls tbc familiar formula for rabbit pie: "J-'irst procure your rabbiL" Should these con- tinue might the glorious art.of frying chicken become an ms-nl nlreost as rare as tho custom of eating frlert chicken for breakfast, anfl egain at, midday dinner, which former generations ot .Kentuckians :rePardcd S3 the blessed, and everlasting, privi- lege of. all sorts and conditions of Courier-Journal. vim YOU SHOULD DIP .YOUR CATTLE Tiie stockmen In this Province have come to the conclusion that it is in otvn interests to clean up all tho l.ertls In tho mange Infeclcd territory. They hflvo so declared nt meetings held (luring tho past vcar: and the Fiile'riiJ Depariiuiciit of Agricullura In Ikclr nnxioty to got rid ot mango, have' taken advantage of this ascur- 1 nncs asslslanco and have arranged for Ihe passing of a compulsory mange 1 dipping order. This order provides that f every owntv of catllo Insido the mango Infected territory must he lire- pared lo commence dipping his cat-, tie on June 21th next, or Ihey will bo i dipped tor him by officials of the j Federal of Agriculture, aud llio expense In wllli and ir'jji'mcnt colli-c'.- 1 Cil from him. Tills .action IIHS been ilc- 1 fidcrl as brjinc: ihu tiniy rational 1 tiielhod- lo pel rid of niaiigo. aiid it lias lipen by Ihe llv Block ill this Province- j All. pirjckmcu know yulr ton well that tills di.HPaso hao sar- lously interfered v.itli Hie cattle bus- iness fcr mnny yeirs, Tney also know that ir.anjy callio arc restless, nnd Hint they do not fatten as weii ns illllmals. 'ilia tilitaLc In this cuuutry is ua- TIME FOR BISCUIT ANI> BERRIES kt be sure itis Shredded Wheat Biscuit the thoroudWy cooked -whole wheat food that Hends so deliciously with fruits in their natural juices. Crush inlhetops of tvro Shredded Wheat Biscuits; and cover with strawberries and ihe goodness of the whole wheat combined with the choicest product of the .Canadian dardfiii a dish for the Summer days, fttll of real "When you eat be the Best" WAGST Aff f_- Pineapple Marmalade Celebrated Bramllehliy Ginger Marmalade ARE GREAT APPETIZERS BOILED IN STLVEH PANS AskYotir Qreeep for Thsra Week-End Train Calgary to Banff Leaving Calgary Every Saturday, June 26 to August 28, Returning Sundays, June 27 to August 29. 2.45p.m. Lv............... Calgary.................Ar 9.55p.m. p.m. Ar................. Banff .................Lv 7.15 FOR FARES AND FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY j. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 1 Something for the Family Circle Have the Chance! -OUT SALE OF Grocery Stock, which is fresh and well- assorted, to be Sold at Wholesale Prices m- pi Blue Ribbon, Lanka, Arab, per Ib. 63c Bulk Tea; extra good quality, per Ib. 60c Coffee, bjlk, per Ib. 50c Coffee, Blue Ribbon, per Ib. 60c Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. 3Sc Shredded iSc Rolled Oats, 8 Ib. sack 69c BAKING POWDER Tuxedo, Melrose, Nabob, 16 oz, tin 14c FLOUR Pride of 49 pounds.................... S3.35 24 DRIED FRUITS Choice Peaches, 10 ib. box.......... Green Plume Black Figs, 5 mite Figs, 5 Peaches, 5 Ibs. Potatoes, per 100 i Salmon, pink, large Gold Dust, 35c Golden West Washing Powder.........33c Dairy Butter, per ....___.- 'JAM Raspberry, Empress 4 Ibs. Blackberry, Empress, 4 Ibs. Marmalade, Malkiri's Best, 4 Ibs. Plum, Apex, 4 Ibs. Apricot, Apex, 4 95c Strawberries, per tin 42c Pumpkin, tin, 3 for 40c MILK 'Pacific, per tin 12c Pacific, per ..St. Charles, per tin 14c Gold Seal, per tin 20c Reindeer, per tin............-....-......20c Sunlight Soap, per case Gold Soap, 10'bars................... Brooms, each 75c and 83c FLAVORING EXTRACTS Vanilla and Lemon, 2 oz. 15c Vanilla and Lemon, 4 oz. 25c Vanilla and Lemon, 8 oz..............45c Sardines, Brunswick.................08c Jelly Powdefs, assorted, 2 25c TIME AND SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT A FULL LIST. FOLLOW THE CROWDS AND SAVE MONEY. STORE OPEN .TERMS CASH NO DELIVERIES TEEPLE FURNITURE AND GROCERIES ;