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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915 Nearly a Quarter of a Century In the course of the wedding ceremony the minister asks that it. anyone knows any just cause or im- pediment why the marriage should not "let him now speak." Is this invitation treated as seriously -as it should be Bishop Potter says that no man should be allowed to marry without having a reason- able amount of life assurance, and .he 11 undoubtedly right. The Canada Life nan considered this libation on the groom's part and has a special policy for his needs, the Continuous Income Contact, under which the beneficiary is absolutely assured a monthly income for life. CANADA LIFE'ISM? Let us send you booklet No. 283, fully explaining this splendid policy. KTABLISHIO ALFALFA TO AUSTRALIA. We, reported lust month that on account of Ihe Intense! drouth that ittd settled over most ot llm sheep country of Australia, that a consid- erable' amount vif aSfa-lfa hay Jmd jeen shipped from thu i'acifie Coast to that country. Wo liava a confirm- ation of thin fact in the palica of. the Pastoral Review, and It Is slated thai Ihis hay IB to cosl the sheepmen SW per ton laid down. Willie, some breakup In Ihe clroiilh is reported in certain parts of uaul that In most sections It still hangs Wool Grower. of giving highest possible value for your money has been the enviable record of (I M. JU .cm. The standard of excellence, that has won such public confidence will remain unchanged at all costs. Prices mav fluctuate but the quality will remain, the same at all times, will be the finest procurable. B 49 The Importance Of Making Your Will Immediately I is a time of uncertainty in every walk of life. Your Will should bo mad" Vake it at once and appoint us Executor Then out The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee, for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD "CALGARY. WETASKIWIN 220 Eiahth Avsnut West, Calgary. Lethbridge Otfica Bank of Comm.rc. Bldg., J. W. McNIeol Inspector THE. PURE'.BREO SIRE Keep improving'the herd wild pure blood. Every lime you miy a hull Iry lo buy a better one. He is be- tween 50 and per cent, of (he herd. .Most men keep cows for profit, but if vou raise Ihe heifer calves from a scrub the profits received will he I from one-fourth lo one-third less than their mothers made. If a scrub bid! were continually mated will scrub cows, after a while they would all be as profitable as steers in the dairy. II is possible that under favorable conditions the continued use of a pure-bred sire of Ihe same breed can bo made to increase the average pro- duction of butter-fat 100 pounds per cow. which would be worth from Ma lo per year. The selection of the dairy sire is more difficult than that of the dairy cow Type and conformation are im- portant "factors for consideration, hut these cannot always 'be relied upon, lit is very essential that his dam have a high record ot production The better bis ancestry, the better bull he will chance lo be. In selecting a herd hull the best is Ihe cheapest. His worth cannot be estimated In dolldis. Guide. on similar corn ground, nut not man- ured. And Ihe next year barley en l lie same land n'as increas- ed bushels, and ih" Bond effects of the manure will extend to one or two more crops. The drier (lie cllnial'-- 'he slower tbc manure decays and so the Rood effects from it become available more Financial Stability Mother .Earth produces that which- both man and beast must, have to sustain life. Land cannot be destroyed, therefore land values, possess the element of perma-neney, "which reduces the speculative .feature to ;n minimum. -r BUY FIRST MORTGAGES. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Conybcare Block Lcthbridgc, Albci-ta slowly, vviicn (.lowed under for corn Hie soil IB well packed onlo (ho man- which hastens its dec-ay. Pasture land Unit is lo he (.lowed up soon is a good place to spread the manure. It stimulates llm srass and lliu manure decays so n is In pood condition for working into Ihe soil and for under. The pasture also has the ad- vantage that the manure can be spread on It at any time. lint is to he plowed uii is also a splen- did place for applying the manure. It has been found I hat heller re- turns are secured [mm the manure, when light applications "re. made Six to eight loads per acre is a good am- ount to apply. The application of manure is the cheapest, means ot organic or vegetable mailer to the soil and the maintenance of a Rood supply o decaying organic mailer is the firm LANSING IS BRYAN'S PERMANENT SUCCESSOR Washington. D.C., June Lansing, secretary of Slalo ad Inler- im. since (bo resignation of W. .1. Hrynn, haa been definitely selected by" ('resident Wilson for the perasan- post, and has accepted. .Mr. l.ansiiiR, who is a son-in-law of former Secretary of State .lohn W. Foster, became counsellor of the Stale department upon retirement of John HasBCIt Moore, and has been open'iy regarded as President Wilson's main- ,luestions of international law in all the difficult which bave been tlirus; ulion the United method ol illuming against hail which has been tried out in some lo- calitics and found suarssful is Hull provided for by the llural Municipal- ities Act was passed by (be Miierta (iovcrniiienl about two years ago. There is a provision in this act whereby any nitininpalily ma, unite with nineteen olhcr mnniclpalilics lo form a hail insurance district. A by- law to do this must subimtti'il by tlic resident electors tin- munici- pality and receive a majority vole before it can heroine law. As soon as twenty municipalities have passe such a nyUnv a hail insurance dis- trict will be formed by the depart- ment. Three commissioners, two elected by the muninpalilies and Ihe tlirrcl appointed by the department will enact the business n[ Ihe dis- trict They will make an estimate cadi year of thn nmoiini which will be required to meet, the current loss- es within the hail district. A rate will he levied on ali assessable lauds in Ilif hail distrii'ls. Losses may lin! reported lo any member of Ihe board who will have the claim inspected and reporled on. The maximum indemnity which may he paid for a loss is an acre. Hv tbc organizing (if a district Ihe farmers are able lo oulain hail insur- ance at cost. Their grain will be in- Ufe from Health by snrcd because it is within the birand- Slates .ihroiiBhoiit the huropean s o[ naii insuraiice district. 11 is a matter of common remark in js !o, up- Wasbinsion.tliat be has commanded insurance, the respect and admiration of the therefore, no danger of eiBn chancellories here to a mawed HEADACHE? HOG MARKET IMPROVING United Stales 'government officials, as well as meat packers of the couii- li-v are a unit in declaring that Italy s ac'tion in making war on Austria will lie a good tiling for hog raising, even if it does cause Austria some incon- venience. These experts figure that Ha'iv's invasion of Ihe war zone marks I he "strengthening of the Allies anu the early defeat of both Austria and Germany. The war, these experts not last many more weeks, and as soon as it is ended normal conditions will prevail With the enormous acre- age in grain, there will be a surplus of both wheat and barley. The hog market, already on the improve, will better and farmers will once ag- ain reap handsome profits from their rarkers. Advices from the east and middle west are to the effect that nany hog raisers, who on araJimt or ha high price of grain disposed ot heir hogs, have begun to realize their mistake, and are fast getting hack in- to the business. Local government of- ficials say that the same is true in the northwest, and farmers who a few months ago sent all their hogs to market are now getting back into the decavinz organic mauei ,s UK. and molt important si ei, in the main-1 tenance of the productive capacity ot the soil. It gives the soil belter tilth, increases the availabiU.y ol ihe min- eral elements of plant lood and im- proves the water holeling capacity of fie soil, in additton to being a source of nitrogen as a plant food.-.North Dakota Experiment Station. Things You Will Need To Harvest the Magnificent Crops Tloer. and Champion R.kes, Frost Buggies; Binder Sackl, etc Lethbridge-Weyburn Co., Ltd. ITABER MINISTER INVITED TO ONTARIO fpresbytenan church a unanimous call was extended to nev F W Ma haffv of Taber Alta, to become their pastor to fill the caused bj advice of Uncle Sam lo th farmers of the northwest is: "Get bac into the hog game as fast as yon can if you want to make money, for the price of pork is advancing, and will go higher FARM MANURE Farm manure is one ot Ihe product; of Iho farm that is often neglected Manure when' properly applied, gives good returns It has been found ar the North Dakota experiment statloi that manure has gnen a leturn o: n-10 per load incl that was on th home about six miles out dries of Wo lo'm II Slaton, Georgia s traitor con- iiM Hie marchers decision ma> mean thai i must 'ue in ohicunlv the lest of nn dais bill 1 woi.ld rather beliloniiig In a fit.d Ihan lo feel tor (he rest of life that 1 had that mans blood on nn hands Slaton, Cover nor ol Georgia Tiie marchers contented themselves with shouting their indignation in fiont of the governors, home and then returned Gov Slalon did not enture from his home It is lopoiled thai he has barbed wiio entanglements sliunR ali about his home M hligh liivcr is liisuip; lunds lo sup- pH ,1 mathinc lot the Lanadian i JULY 1-Opening Day 51st Day JULY 2--56th Day JULY 3-12th Day JULY 6-50th Day JULY 5--13th Mounted Infantry Day (Pincher Creek) Commanded by Col. Kemmis Excursion Trains From Macleod JULY 1 and JULY 5 Single Fare Rates, June 29 to July 6 ALL MILITARY BANDS IN MILITARY TATTOO SOLDIERS IN TATTOO AND FIREWORKS Horse Races Every Day-Splendid Vaudeyjle Attrac- tions-World at Home Shows on the Midway E. J. Dewey, Pres. E. L. Richardson, Manager ;