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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .1. F.SIUY, 1017. My Strong F. A. To Hoosl The Creamery Htisincss fFi-ani Our Own Correspondent) Jlacralh March 20.0-Slrong and Howler of Calgary, are completing Brransemeuls to build four cue at Masrath, one at Raymond and ihn remaining at points some- nlong the local C. V. 11. branch line Each plant will havo n 30.000 bushel capacity. Tbo contract for DL lumber has already been given to tbo I'ioneer timber Co. of in building of those plants will be rushed ,vllh all possible opcod so as the south country In caring lor the ra- in uf "f Wib crop. Howler The Tuberculosis Question S D. Hillocks oa tho vote- for lies- Ultnls commented upon no provision icing undo In the estimates for Iho care ol those suffering from tulicrcu- os's It "as a criticism of I he BOV oinmcnl and perhaps tlie whole cgis Mure that Ihoy took cam of tilings vvMcli meant dollars and cell. scourged. He spote of Uic econouilra that" Alberta "stood alone among Hit provinces of Canada In not doing an> nr W. A. Carol-bell said that h did not believe In Bending people, I a sanatorium. A jl, EUUUt p.nuiu'v tho rironosltiun along with r. rrn iho company's local reprcsonU- acd the Calgary gentleman was anrcssed with the. more0 from outside people than an other jiroi'iiKO but he tliouslil If government 525.000 a year It would be a great lieln. lion Chas. Stewart said realized tbc dancer c! Infection was s ona and tint work might be done aloiiB the lines of prevention nr T H Blow mentioned that ho had 'a dozen soldiers under hla own observation sulferlii; from lung trou- ble and that he Had from one school In Culgirr .three teachers The lime was ripe tor something being ol he added, cxpccl hospitals to real such Iho lent slioulil liicroaso tlio.grant. Noxious Wtedi During llio consideration ol Iho vor ous Items I" tno veto for agriculture, Ion Duncan Marshall explained the of tho government In regard to lox'loVs weeds Ha referred to whit vos being dono by Hie ilcmoaBtration rains In tho way ot familiarizing Iho iieonlo wllli Hie weeds and Enid lUa work was educational vvlih tlie dill- ilreii In Iho schools, helping tho far- mers to oxlrlealo them, compelling tlio--e who would not destroy the weeds iodo 10 and llio destruction of weeds on vacant lands and charging tho cost aialtiBt the lands. In the education of tho school children a book was be Ine compiled with colored plates of tno weeds Thru cards wero being pre pared'for hanging up in Iho schools sbon-lng Iho two most promliien weeds, tho perennial and BOSS- thistle and the Canadian thistle.. Georso lloadley thought Inal more encouraEcmeul iliOiiW bo given to stock growing, Ihls would prevoiil more- land being broken up than Ihoy bad population to properly cultivate, a state of IHInga that Increasp Ihe spread ot weeds. -This was the el- [eel, be said, ot tho wild lands las leg G. Mactayi "He can put E'Mr- mauley: "If he owns It, but tl a man rents It. I', will be cultivated for grain." lire ot elevators built throughout Southern Alberu and his final suc- r TT-ainc murh to the farmers of yrging ?M- Seamy Mr Karren Is to be homesteaders and people of congratulated lor "bringing such a ,hat class could go. reeded utility to the south Thi Dairy Business In Magriln At Saturday night's U. r'. A. meet Marshall: "A man can get an 'iemptlon tor three years." J, W. Kenirals said thai, wis not long enough. Agricultural Schools In regard to schools of agriculture. It was nropoBCd to build. Mr. Marshall 1L lliu _..u un In nnnrn did not think nn> 'bctore another year. He expected At Saturay n Ing, Vlcc-Presldent Chris. Jensen and n H Blngham wera appointed to wort In conjunction with the cream- trv directors to develop more Interest in' tbo dairv business among, the lar- dlcal'oHiccr of health of Wclasklwln n.sanalarium for Ihe Provincei uol 0 which homesteaders and people ol bo made this slimmer hat class could go. MO Informed the committee thai there Dr Stanley declared that no case .nU as lo tuberculosis occurred with- 'Jr-f th and alt.nd out direct infection. They heard it'conuun 01 LI Eometlmes said that it was hereditary; but It was directly due to Iniecllon; and there T.'as no reason why a person m should be Infected i other educational instllutlon 1 ronnected wllli toe mieciion. mrv enoi men a o a ner tie MagraU. district. Creamery Associate is bavins The rea bard sledding at presem, and il is telt l unless lie plan! 13 more liberal- LQB.L unless uiu D- supported a close down may result Through poor business .management the last year's run resultedI ini a con- siderable deficit and with that to overcome and butter maker in sight to take charge or the plant the creamery directors are In a ouandary to know what 10 do; Better Roads. Pres. Ed. Hedges neit bronghl up the question of bettor roads --district. He Uioueal that to the local improvement las JV, directly connected ....i. Provision, ho. said, should be made the health department of the province to prevent, infection. Dr. Slanler that-In Alberta last year there were 302 deaths from tubercu- losis and 161 from other epidemics Hn estimated that on this basis and gt people suffering from O that the province lost art a ciuirl.r roilllotis in nearl; inree auu i .nTerDment and girls attend ot'onrlcullure. "The said he, "and Ihe ,me with more earnestness of pur than tho students attending ar- educational i have vcrj' l Farm Labor A-sln mentioning that the depart meat had brought in 10.S3S men Co the farms last year, the minister i omed the committee that in conse- duence ot the arraniemenls that bad been made, he po dn ul Saving on the Soap Bill ROYAL-CROWN SOAP, you getting full benefit f the money you tpend on your goap bill. Royal Crown Soap is not only the best soap value but tlie coupoiw for premiums are very valuable as well. You save a large, part of your soap bill by saving the coupons and Alberta women are .realizing more ami-more every day that they can obtain a great many articles pf everyday iim in tlie. home by siinply "'saving Royal Crown Soap Coupons and mailing them in to us. OUR PREMIUM CATALOGUE. 19 FREE FOR THE ASKING DROP U.'A POST CARD TODAY-N.OW-AND WF W.LL SEND IT ALONG TO YOU BY RETURN MAIL. The Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd., Calgary R A. I.ucas. ODO of the best known vliolcsale grocers in Canaila. and an cnlhuslasllc sportsman, died at .his home In Hamilton after a short 111- William Francis Shechan. note corporation lawyer, onco l.leutcnan Governor of New York, and a powei 'in Democratic politics, died at New York. I In a-vear "He thought the government should'appoint a commission ot men who had made a study ot the disease fo investigate conditions in the prov- -etllng help from the United indeed the latest ioD Sues. nee he said he had rscclvca was that pno of the department's inspectors had 100 men ready. ,h Suzgcsti0n of Mr. should be a sup- rv estimate for Hon. ry a mat conEiaeralicn j( me whole Mr. Montgomery thought dono the out the tact that already the roads in some localities were m a deplorable condition and with casC3 coming of urawlns spring wealhernnd Ot the department, brisker movement of tralllc. rnanj j weic thej couid provide portions' ol the public ivbiifd' he little better than Quag- mires for Incoming grain tanks. Pres Hodges also brought up the ouestion ol better rural telephone Too few were at present k-ta? "benelittcd, and if proper steps were UVen the service might he ei- tensed' indefinitely- Mr. Hodges re- Stock Inspection Sir Marshall said that enough mon- was lecelved from the Ices lor fhat the government should allow erant to hospitals treating the and families of soldiers. IQ many ther could not pay. Mr. Mar- ralied that he did not Snow of '--ing brought lo Mr- Montgomery then called alien tlon to the acllon ol.lhe pltal at. hos'pfc Jt did that should cy was teceiveii iium Elock iospcctlon to pay the cost 01 administering the net. A New Railway On tho motion o( Hon. C-R.Milchcl tt bill to incorporate Ihe fled Deer Valley Railway comrany yas read a time The line will start al Princess De'eTvailcy'toTpoht in :'S range 20, west of the -Itn mendian t Ihe C N.It, with branches to the north east along the valley to Berry Crcev ,5- creek" an_d and the incorporalors Ixirne Nelson lJiidla-.v. Chas. art Blancbard. J, W. Dempsoy and 11. O Knowles, solicitors. Mediene aid G. FTCd Lo3g, Medicine HaL LOOKINGMLAND Section 2 miles from stalion. bum line. Excellent wheat' soil. per acre. Tcniis. Worth (louble. Will sell in half 'sections. Have Jnst Imported from Iowa Fourteen t Registered Stallions 12 Perchei'ous, 1 Belgian and 1 French Draft JOLIM'ETZ 'llll-No. Dark Grey, Fo.le'd May 28, 1914, RMIN'E- RECORD.-NO. BUCK, P..i.d M.y s, wi .DRlLLUNT0REc6Rb.-No. Blaek, F..l.d June 8, 1906, SNo. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaltd April 23, 1513, woljht o. 56124. Black. Foakd June 7, 1512, weibhl about No. 73953. Black. Foaled 1910, weight.. j NO. Black. Foaled rrance November.1908. No 83059 Grey. Foaled April 70, 1910. August 1511, weight about 2200 Ibs. No. 53352 Black, Foaled April; 3, 1905. .rted from ,ch Draft Slilllon Black. Record No. 2B612. Foal- Record No. 9405. Foiled June 11, 1914, Thwa' it'lilonrhMe bttn purchased from one o( th> largest i, i.rf-r, and moorttrs on the Amtrlcan continent. They have been SaifttorlhU.'. "money and are priced .0 Will al.o for good farm horses. FOU AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN. H. O. ROLLAQ, OWNER ICnQcU called the tact that some years ago the government had purposed doing this verj thing and even went so far In the ma'ler as lo unload the poles. The--e remained at the station for a counle of seasons, but were finally re- loaded and shipped out The govern-1 mcnt would probably reconsider the proposition, through Pres. and steps are to be taken at once 0[ have this and the road question loot- Three hundred membership cards, for tie Association were ordered) directors decided on lie first Tuesday in each month as the offic- ial date for Association meetings trill the appointment ol special ses- sions resting with the presjdenL There Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction At the Lctlibriflge Sale and Feed Barn. On THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING 1 team Clyde Marts, 7 and a year, weight 3600 Ihs. 1 Bay Mare, 6 years old, weight 1600 Ibs. 1 Gelding 8 years old, weight 1400 Its. (Special 10 H'raldl. Ferale, March a repllar meeting of the Fernle Board of irade last nieiil, Stft of offlcwp for Ihe ensuing year tooV place A. B. Tritea, who has served In that ca paclly several times before, was e'ecl- cd president; A. C. Llphardt was made vica-presldenl, and G. O. Hen dcrson was elected to the working place, thafof secretary. Nothing 'of interest waj dealt will aside from the election of the officers but tho meeting showed a reviving In- terest In an Institution which has been rather dormant for some time. With the energetic oScers chosen.and a decided Interest that is iiilus by the citizens, the future ol Ihe board will bo the rallying point for tie oneness men of the town. ALLEGED MURDERER IS CAUGHT S. Y, March. ur Free, ol Seeley's Bay. OnL, who has been sought sinci the murder of i Mrs Hatllo Hill, two WECES ago at 1 Keclcy's Day, has been cought at Oape YlncenL He declares ha Is innoccnL Free haa been taken back lo CanaJa. I 1C o 111 1 BlacX team 5 and 6 years old, 1 Black team Harts, 7 and 8 years old, v< Say Gelding, 7 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. t Grey Mare, 11 old, weight 1500 Its 1 Bay Hare, 6 years old, In (oal, weight 1300 Ibs. 1 Grey Mare, 4 years old, weight 1100 Ibs. THESE HORSES ARE ALL IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK. GOOD GRADE STOCK. Also 10 nigli Grade Cows supposed to in Call. -4 to 8 years old. OWNER HAS RENTED HIS FARM THE REASON FOR SELLING TERMS CASH J. A. SHITH, Auctioneer Notice CANADIAN ORDER FOHEST- Al the regular mealing lo be held in Ihe K. of P. Hall, Thursday evening, March 22nd. Matters of oreat Trnporlanct concerning every member will be discussed. You are specially ashed to be present at this meet; Ini. COMING Farm Tractor and Auto Exhibit PRACTICALLY EVERY TRACTOR HANDLED IN LETHBRIDGE BE DEMONSTRATED. Dates to be Announced Later. ADDRESS FOR INFORMATION G. P. DEARDORFF Uox 5.50 RIG AUCTION SALE 30 Registered Shorthorn Bulk 20 Registered Shorlliorn licifcrs and cows. 25 Grade Cattle, steers and liclfcrs. 25 Work Horses. 4 Registered Pcrdicron Stallions. i RegisLcral Sliirc Stallion. At The FRIDAY, MARCr23rd, at i .'dock, sharp ;