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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JAGBSIX THE LftTHBRlDGE DAliY HERALD WEDNESDAY; MARCH GOTTA UU1T KlCKlX'.iMV DAWU AUOl'.V MADE IN CANADA Cartoon by James Frise. dis- got out and the only people who re- mained there were the people who could not afford to get out yet these men arc today amongst the wealthiest anil most prosperous farm- ers in Manitoba. I believe that the same thing can be said of southern Alberta. It is true that I come from that district and that I am an opti- mist about it even when the clouds are hanging heavy over that particu- lar countrr but n man who has Hved therg and has sccn iarge crops d cannot help believing in that Your Easter Breakfast! Make it worthy of the morning meal that shall stand right out from the ordinary run of break- fasts. Let it be "Swift's Premium" Ham or Bacon A few slices of this mild, delicately-cured ham or to a tempting sizzling a repast indeed! Never again will you want to go back to "ordinary" ham and bacon. "Swift's Premium" will win you for all time. There's a sweet, succulent tenderness about "Swift's Premium" ham andi bacon you find in no other brand. measure for the EXPERIENCE OF KANSAS I country. Ti our farmers had been in .._, n! In the year before last the state' of the condition of the farmers of Kan- oney for the reliei Kansas, one of the greatest praduc- "sos in 1313 the Government would On March 23 in the House of Com-f population there, and am not mons'the Minister of ihe Interior in- traduced.the n sion of the .UL "M Kansas, one of the greatest p. settlers in the drouth districts of Al- jng states in the American Union, not have needed to assist them; but berta and Saskatchewan. In the de- had a complete crop failure. fact is that our country is new, .bate which iolloweu. >ir. Buchanan, stale in. its early days had a pre- ihe people have just gone in there, the member for 3fcdicine Hat, spate carious history, people went in there they hare very little, il any as occcrding to the Hansard and settled they mei with crop fail-; and have a great deal of expense to report: _ 'UK'S aud left Ihe state: but meet in the earlier period of their Mr. Buchanan: I think we are get-j today Kansas is one of the most pro-! settlement. Consequently wheir U.ev -ting away from the real purpose oi.ductire states of Uaion, and its .'faced a sei'ere crop failure they had the resolution. In so far as liens and iarniers, per capita, are amongst the to look: to somebody, or some organ- mortgages ace concerned, as I am wealthiest- fanners of the United ijzation, -or, some Government for as- 'sistance. Ii they had been in that I country for a number oi years and not a lawyer and do not know the States. Tell yonr dealer you must Pre- mium" for Enter Sun- day Morning! Order it now. Swift Canadian Limited Toronto Winnipeg Edmonton 34 merits or these particular arguments, I ft. B. .BerineU Orer is- i 000 .bushels of wheat. to i Jlr. Bucbuan.: They liad a .1 shall not discuss them. The sistance that has bffn rendered particular district Canada ml! .the loan companies within the next- few years. ThaL is my view of the situation. I crops there. In this particular dis- TlierD js also this fact to he con- trict, east oi tethbridge, there have irant to, be candid and fair, j crops oi 40 bushels to the acre il the Government oi Canada I n-neat. II that wal done had had crop tnat series oi good cvops could liave put money trict in last year they had aside, they would have hecn in the the mortgages of (ie bijecst brop in their same position as the farmers or Kan- T. ?as jn 1913. couiii naTe over-. DCIOIC "1C C0iimnttee the other (lay, done tit Llic early summer months. Ii For Sale at All Lethbridge Meat Markets and Grocery Stores am not discouraged about the lure in Alberfa. We hare had good come that obstacle and not worried about the future. the f DON'T LET AID DROP 1 would Hte to impress upon the il the Government_oi Canada OI- wheat. If that wai done in one members of the Government that the had not come to the reliei of that year Ii. can be done again, and I he- J assistance they have given lias been district last, fall, there would unques- tionably have been an csodus -of JIEO- lievc the Government oi Canada will j probably beyond the amount that was receive back all the money it is ex-i at first intended; there is irom that district back to the United pending-in this particular regard. 1 lion about that- hut they hare" un .States and bade to. Eastern Canada; belief that .the .'loan companies will'del-taken a policy ot assisrln" the the reiult would have been that have their mortgages clear- settlers oi that district and I Vould ruany homesteads would have been .ed off anil that .the country will be urge upon them to carry that assist- left on the hands or the mortgage prosperous and successful. I have, been ance out possible until the rs of Southern Alberta were the farmers are not able to get feed up againsl tliesc obstacles they had at lliat no crop, and they had no leed lor banks time, either through the through the their slock; and they could not get anil I understand that the Govern- any assistance from. the bants. That irieut have not decided to coutinuc is the position the. .majority of them their assistance any further than for were in. The Government granted as- spring farmers will he up sistance to the Iarniers anil their lain- against the very serious problem of ilies, and are granting assist- not being able to carry on summer ancc iioiv in the way of seed grain fallowing, .which is a prime necessity and ieed for slock. But 1 find in the in that part oF Alherta. 1 -.vant companies oi Canada. The goTern- 'ment are assisting the settlers, by told .hy men .in my own district that crop of tliis year is assured. There is feed for stock, j bring that to the attention of the tnC 31r. Meigbon No, not on the land. get a first lien for money advaru> ed for seed grain anil fodder for ani- mals on the land but we get no first lien on the land for relief. Mr. Warnock Do you gcu a first lien on the crop 1 Mr. Jlcighcn As to the crop, we get a first lien for everything. Mr. Warnock The only objection I see is will interfere with any advantapi the-settlers might othcr- ise get 7roni the amendment, to the they started in Manitoba in the early -jT -..--..I....- i.i u.v, ..mi, IL....LI itaauu LU 11 yiesenL in- providing them witt seed so that they (days.'I remember a gentleman who citations arc any criterion that we may hope to get a crop this fall. .ettlerl around Carberry who said shall have an exceptionally Kood crop They are also providing feed for their they had to overcome so many oh- in Southern Alherta this year But stock. I say that this .is a necessity, stacles .there the first Uo or three what I wish, to point out is this As If we get a crop in Southern Alherta years he was in that district that I said, wlier, the Minister of Finance this year it is going to maintain the the men who could afford to get out had the amendment to the bank Act rCAt. "4h-i i- mixed iarmiiLg idea in that province, summer iallowing can to liehey.c' Present assislance is being given to the far- this summer, il will interfere with mers in keeping milch cows on their the possibilities of a crop next year, farms. The result is they are being It was established even last year thai, compelled lo sacrifice that kind of where'summer fallowing was proper- stock. I am also advised that the ly clone there was a crop even in the feed which is being'advanced for farm drouth district, probably nol very cp is i verv iiuui mt iu i rpni-i' tint if the Bank which was introduced t donl11 o[ Dr. Prices CHE AM BAKING POWDER Cream of Tartar, the chief ingredient of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, is a product of ripe grapes. It is pure and health- ful beyond question. Alum, the chief Ingredient of many of the substitutes offered in place of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, is a win- eral acid, which has been disapproved by physicians and chemists for use in the preparation of food. work-horses is not sufficient to en- large, but' a crop nevertheless. Sum-; able farmers to carry out the farm mer Fallowing is n necessity, and I days. ago-.. 3Ir. N'o. Mr. Warnpck advance From the bant, owing to the fact that the Govcrnmcnt'i lien has priority. PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Telia How To Open Clogged NM- Irili Mid End Head-Colds. You reel-fine in. a. ion' momenta. Your oold in head or catarrli will be gone. Your clogged nostrils "Will open. The air passages oE your head pck The settler who clear and you can breathe freely. ider'loV his animals and No more dullness, headache; no hawk- rccreiypd foddi 'aridI hay hccn too late in applj'ing fot- seed KrainJ cannot then apply Lo the liank because the hank will not. advance him money for seed grhin unless a lirst lien is eivun to-the hank on the crop. .There arc a uork as it should he-carried out at to emphasize that point; also the present time. the point that assistance should be i r -i-i I have a petition here Irom Fore- given in'the way of leed lor other! great many sclllers who did not ap- most, which I will read in order to farm shck. T do not. say as- PV m. ctl rs impress upon the liovernment the sistance' should be given to a man ca} from who not view of these farmers. Foremost is. who is practically n rancher, but I their. apMlication and in the heart oi the drouth district in the ordinary farmer with a few Koutlicrn Alherta head of cattle, a few hogs and other j have t firound that they in applying. nuiuiiii LUU uinieibigiiuii I'ui-i- SILUI. r tuu SHUKKI tj" tioners, are agreed tliat the Govern-; farmers so fchafc llicy could 'carry th'ii ment allowance of one-half buslicl per. stock until ,Uiey arc in a. condition to ing, snuffling, -mucous discharges or drynesa; no struggling-for breath, at ulghl. Toll-your-druggist you want ft flznall bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a. little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nostrils, let it penetrate through every air passage soothe and-heal'the1 swollen, inflamed mucous rheniliraue, ind relief comes inetanlly'. It is just what every cold and ca- stay the i will farmer .compelled lo ask [or posilion that he has been, comiicllcd ther further assistance cannot he pro- Tided. ASSIST SUMMEIl ALLOWING- There is anolhpr point to be con- sidered. In our part of the country, S farming is to be successful, sum- mer [allowing lias lo be done, and I do not quite understand the relief here. Die .Solicitor Mcighcn) Mr. Warnock Home se in what he says with respect on fodder and other supplies. Doei the Government say that it will havp a lirsl, lien lot uiuuey advanced lor provisions 1 .etillers! did not llicir lands ready for seed, and applications were rcjccicd on that ground. Others did not apply .in Lime. Under tin; .imemlment to the uiiuot au get the their a] ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS _ t A B.mple, sirc'and'eflccilue---------------- ing drugs. with succeii (or 35 Thc cirrylnt (he BntlsepiieTipw.lnhiltd wlih every brciiV breitfclai Mty, ;