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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TI1E LEtilBRlDGE DAILV 11FJULO FRIDAY. MAP.CH 21, 1919 NrJSMFORRMIllFUW FBREMAyRfVOWIZECLflll) jorcotuni. It has been prawn success- llhe Hocky Moumain couuuy. the tuld- itlle vest, most of the south iand in the KnjUnd 1 During the. war the world's crop ot i libre (lax lias been the vanishing noini. As the normal world (lax acreaje ot abral 4.100.000, Cauxln last year ulintcd but j GROVE ON m A JUKI 4.100.000, I'siuKin last year uiintca out; acres ami the I'niUil States not t That is Viiwliur of Mr. Justice Kiuch more acres torn j Court Tac North eru in Oie treatment of tibre flu. which has been worked out ihas at Us jilant at Conrad sutfirienit !straw. Then the general lype ct uu 5traw 13 ill3ure olwratvju (Or a! used by the Fibre Flax ilontana cami: into the'list year of the war as a result preservation more iban WW years old. veeks, subject to the aciion ol et It su as to prt- lated lhe of fibre from veul over-rotUns, .This process. strJlw in n design-! of tnc Dominion soverpment.! Ihoufili not so disagreeable as lo Iir04uce tow from ceeil i seilt cach farmer i first one, requires great stall aDj jevej0.> tj.e reoilttinff aUeiitiOTi; lUe AuK-r- j, BfrtfJ icau farmer has been to Maay Iieopl; do uct lhoi i More t'Mn out-tiird of the ila-l The new method perfected in Mon- LjifWn cc i-_- J_ _____ ____ j ____ i_ _. ____ i_ ___ j __ -A. ;_v ti. I en of the uorH is manufactured in Irelaod. out Ireland has grown suffi- cient flsx for only about per (em. of her nornial consumption, im- porting more than 90 per cent, o.' her retr-jireineaw from 'Russia. Since the war, production has ped to such au eitent that there are tana is a process under which thei( turn is dissolved from tho flai straw j bv.wvducte'wlic liatl tree5 U'Jficr tho ?up- jcmskm of (he Domiutoii service ask- ting whal ihoy consitleaM iho iucreas- ttl valuf' of their farms wore by tea- coinpar-itively short time fibre flax the ley arc entirely c (lax IF a isll. plant, in out any 'o the fibre. The new can lie operated at any-lime of The year, and flat fibre by ihis methoU can be produced more 8CICi The Illlrke: prJcc j. ly than cotton, it is c i than 1.000, and many fiiore tnau j ;iyer-' l' age yield acre when proueilv'vul-1 sboald be 'iuwreslins to ourl "from iwo lo three" tons farmers in planting irecs even frotuj in Teton itiic' mouctdty raJiie to tlie; the present time only ions] In a reccni test of the comparative of aibre in Europe. In Russia wms crown In most Instances as compulsory Ux crop. On this account, were is grave apprehension that the Jlnwiaii reioltuioinst fanner iu view of )Ms 'bitter memories of flai culture sirecglli of fibres prepared in the a j and new ways. made, by tile UnUed States o? Staadards, the flax i prepared in ins oM way broke at tensile strain llo. fibre pi pared in the inew nay a stru country, near ths flax mill, has been from per ton of slraw. Montana flax manufactured at [he mill uL Conrad, lias shown the a'.est tensi's of any fibre: [land. C. P. R. AGRICULTURAL AGENT IS VETERAN OF THE WAR ea ever submUteJ ior aud consMtj. 1 Went Over Wjth 78th o[ Winnipeg and EOTernment, Trill not grow flax c: ius, he onca 4id. bnt turn to food Under proper soil selection, high in preference. Ifirade fibre flax can be ?rown in any iineu and otier pr'o-j 'ei-v- j Mr. S. Achepon who was present i years .Iheie was ct, im-jsiwe In the unto having noriail raii- the "'lhe proveiMnt in the "tuo n-.eibods tail on laud which lor.rtcovtrins tbe (lai fibre from corn, oats, vviieat. r i L. leepie Furniture and Groceries DOMINION BLOCK PHONE 515 SPECIALS IN GROCERIES TEEPLE'S'BROKEN ORANGE PEKOE TH. Guarstteeil to giTC Mtisfaction. 60c per TRY OUR BULK COFFEES Fresh ground. 35c, 40c, per Ib. I more city, h thC of tnter-1 recently in the eastern aiayj eitiug oi ihe war. He is', fiarc a on tho j quite taken with ihe welcome he ex- fiilaro jrice ot ciotliiug and the cloth pericncecl from the psople at the OW j in seaeral.. Country. Tiio pcoulc in KnglanJ, he I TAoraas Couch, or Great FallF. is! says, know bow to live, president of the Xorthern Has Fibre Company. THE NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA Aeheson, who is tUe iJcncral Ag- zicaUurel Ageut for C. p. R. in Winnipeg, wont overseas as t-aplain vrlth the ISth Winnipeg Grenadiers in 1915 and was iG months at front. Lethbritfgt People Given Opportunity j Re was wounded times and To Help Along its Goorf [has a siitT and CTODied arm as the con- Work sequence. FOR SATURDAY Choice Beef, Pork, Lamb and Veal ALL FRESH KILLED. If you want anything in Cooked Meats WEHAVEIT. A Full Line of Fresh and Smoked Pish That will please you. ARE OFFERING No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER at SOc, per Ib. FDR SATURDAY ONLY A FRESH SHIPMENT OF DILLS JUST ARRIVED. DELANTSllEAT Phones i Office 452; Store 452 v 'I- Everybody who was fortunate j" enough to War llr. Peter Wright's j address in the Methodist church on' Ilia ISth of February last will remcnv 1 her that the meeting iras aha art-; dressed by Mr. J. A. Irvine, secretary i ot the Alberta Branch of the Savyl League ofCahiia, when he fully es-1 plained its aimi aspirations. The Navy League EhoulJ wilhout! rionht appeal lo every citizen of the 1 I Emrlre. It has done and is doing a f great work in assisting to provide lor i I ihe dependents of oar, brave sailors ol the Xavy, Merchant Marine and Mine j i The League Saved Every man. woman and child in i berta should be wiiling to assist the I great work oi the League by becoming a member.- Membership fees are as'l follows: Lilt- memhers, mem-: .bers, ?2 annually; associate members, i 1.00 annually; junior members (18 j and under) 2-5e annually. .Mem-i >ership fonns and badges can ained from E. H. Wilson, Sherlock j !uildiHK, or F. VT. Downer, "Mansions. Toilet Soap, 9 tar ...........y----- Gold for Lui, for Soap, T pecfcagt V.Tiite 2 Ibs., Quick 2 for nsorttd 25c 50c 25c 25c lOc 25c 25c Pumpkin, Ib. lini, 5 for Beets, 2E, (in Spaghetti. Van Camp's tin Tomatoes, lull pack, tins................... Milk, Carnation, (all Milk, Maple tail tin dims, Essipi, tin................... Upton'E,