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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY.MAY 18,1918 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER F S. 0. s. DIH MOVEIN I tile iiu'etiiifT Imich wan fprvrd. (t Is I hojicil tiint till- moinliorshlii of the f'rovost I'.P.W.A. Mill 111' vory Inrgoly j ii (loased In the nwir future. Say. Ml-. Fiirmpr. nlumt nws^n P.O.S. One of the mo-il progressive clubs Is Ciirslnlrs U.F.W. No. -IS. im\ thi' Int.-rst report received from the secretary, Mrs. A. M. T.uciis. slio\v� a meiulier-fliip of Gl. At IV iiieeliiiB helil on April I', two uuxHiarles to the club wore or-K.vnl?.('J. consisliiiK or" Rlrl.1n>^ Voiles everywhere satisfaction is being ex-' will make the very l)e.�l possible use pressed with their sprvlce. 1 have i of the opportunities thus aftordet! visited several'of the boys, and most Uhcm. ct them are doing men's work and - drawing men's salary. Understand. Acme I'. K. \V. has sent us a report Mr. Farniei". this is not a littl�-boy of the third play which the cUib has back-yard Kardon, toy-tool, watering- put on recetitly. this last being even pot affair. While some of the sraal-; more successful thati the preceding ler boys have enlisted and are herd- ones. Jll!t.25 was taken in. ?S ot which tag cows and doing chores on farms ; represents the proceeds of the dance today, the most of the Soldiers of the ; which was held at the close. After de-Soil are the "big huskies" of fifteen i uctlng the expenses which amounted to nineteen years, big and capable of | to $31.00, there was a balance of doing -work on large farms for big | $ss.25, which was divided hctwetn crops. They are through "playing In-: the U. V. A. and II. F. W. locals. Ue-Jun" and makc-belief "Knight" iuisi- sides this, the ladies of both organ-ness. They afe willing and capable � Izatlons served a Rod Cross inipper. of playing the game like men in the i for which they charged 25 cents a fields and around the farm, and to , plate, thus reallzin $3!).10. which they take their discipline like men In the i turned over to the Red Cross fund. At fighting game. They haye heard the ; tTie close of the plav. one ot the U. F. call ot the "farm-for-food" project and ; A. members spoke for a few minutes are determined to put the "Prod" into ' In regard to Red Cross .work generally, production and take the "Hun" out of i dealing more particularly with the hunger. ^ ,� matter of lite menibersliip In the Next time vou are in vour nearest! society, which resulted in :!S members .town, Mr. Farmer, inquire who the i paying in the $25.00 tee. local S.O.S. secretarv is until vou find : At the regular meeting of the club, out. then go straight to him. ask in a . which was held on April C. two new very kindly manner for an application members were enrolled. Mrs. Mnldle form, fill U in. making sure state ', Hertmann gave an address, the sub-how manv bovs vou want, whe^i you JPct being "Mints on House Cleaning," want them, and what tor. The secre-1 which was followed by a song trnm tarv win bo glad to mail it in for you. ' Mlssns Sarah and Alice Earl. Red > > : > ? ? * * * � � � * ? > �> EXAMINATION FOB � > FARMERS � > � ? ? ? * > As n result of a recent meeting of the Raukefj' nssoclation, it was decided to exiimino closely every farmer applying for credit. Special attention will be palil t(j the farmer's knowledge of his business. The fnllowiiip is a specimen examination paper upon which the appU-flint socur? 100 per,cent to obtain a pass. 1. How much did you summerfal-low this fali'? Give answer In acres, rods and perches. What amount of crop do yftu estimate will return next year? 2. How deep did you plough last year? How wide? Give anawcr in cubic hectolitres. 3. 1)0 yoiv use a snow plow for i winter fallowing? I 4. What do you feed to your pigs and other nfehlbers ot your family? What Increase did you have last year? (live answer In terms of pigs. What will be . Ihe amount ot your crop next year? Do you Imagine you will have any of it for yourself? G. Mow much did you receive last year when you trusted to providence and had your crops destroyed by hall? At what bank did you cash the check? T. How do you account for your nasty disposition? ' I S. State /our religion, nationality. ; politics afid previous condition ot servitude. ii. Are you a curler or i total abstainer? 10. Have you over been refused a loan by any bank? Give a brief account of your batiking experience. I.\pplicant8 desiring to reply to this tiuastion truthfully will be furnished with specially prepared asbestos paper.) 11. Do you honestly think you de-servo support? Nott.-Applicants answering all the above questions cirrectly may present themselves at the manager's ofiln! where they will be told that tlie !)Auk is not making any new lonus during the war. Apply early. There arfe few of the big ones left. When you go home, tell your .wife what you have done, and Cross sewing was distributed, and the members decided that In future they would send a shipment of produce to explain to her that, owing to the war. : the Ogden Convalescent Home each the labor question has undergone | month. They shipped C4 dozen eggs for some changes; that the farmers can!Faster. Next month the subject tor hardly expect undeveloped boys to, discussion will be "How to Raisr put �p with the same accommodation | Chickens Successfully." This club has that men have been putting up with-.also secured a hall which they are that the boys ought to have three furnishing as a rest room. square meals a day, cooked by some - competent person, and good comfort- At a meeting of Stonelaw U.F.W. able bedB to sleep In at night, if pos- on April 4 it was decided that Ihv Bible in fhe home.  Remember too. Mr. members would start work for the' Farmer, that these young soldiers set R�d Cross. Eight members and two out, accompanied by little or no mar- visitora iwere present. While discus-1 tial music. Many of them are from ! sing the matter of Egg Circles, one good homes and practically all of, woman remarked that if all the hens, them from the school play grounds.! iind ducks would follow the example j Tou win get more out of (hem if you . --^t by two ducks which she had last do not put down before them a menu j year, they could soon get up a good of "all work and no play." Open your circle. On three successive days she . and resolve to i picked up four eggs. So far as we can About 10 per cent, of the clergy oC ; the diocese of Montreal liavf goiu' | overseas, ami outside the city cil" .Montreal there is not a single parir'li ; with more than one clergyman in�ii. ' Moreover, no students are ordained who are eligiblo tor military service. I A Bank Account For Your Wife More and more, are the wives of today-running their homes on a business basis- systematically and efficiently. Many wi-/es have a montlily allowance for househclcl expenses. This, they deposit in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank-settle bills by cheque -and thus have an accurate record of bills paid. Such a business-like method also gives a woman the feeling of happy independence in having a bank account of her own. TH? MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANA.DAl Established 1884. R. J. DINNING, Manager. V. A. EBEJILY, Acting Manadcr. M. A. KILPATRICK, Actini! Manager. HOG PRODUCTION * If is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as theire is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire Uve stock. Ml Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Co-operative Saving Js facilitated and encouraged by the opening of a Joint Savings Account In the names i of I^usband and Wife, Father and Son, Brother and ] Sister, or any two or more members of the family. ' Either can deposit or withdraw money at will, and the Interest accrues to the credit of both. \ Ask\tlie Manager for full particulars, ifETH^KlflGE BRANCH  . - F. W. NICH0L80N, Manaoar CARDsVoN BRANCH . . .  F. V. Cavers, Manaoar BARONS BRANCH  - . . - J. Blackwood, Managar LF.IHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLBFORD BRANCH. home ami your heart "big^brother" your help. The boys aiil you have a, common cause, namely. ascertain, this is a very uniisual occurrence indeed, and we are wonder- feeding the fighter who represents us i ins: if any of the members ot our iu the great struggle to weed out fhejCther t.'.F.W. oliih.^ have hail a .similar Kaiser. This is the greatest. opwor- 6~perlence. M the close ot the nieet-tunity of your lifetime, farmers. Toil- lunch was served by Mrs. Jlen-vert your farm into a plow-handle zies. for which a chartre ot ir> cenis .school find make real men out of the;was made, the proceeds to go townrds city boy^. It la worth morH to the boy | Ihe expenses In connection with >-arry. to loam to drive a breaking plow or a i'-'iP �� the worlc of the club. ' binder than an automobile; to milk at I The regular monthly of a tovi,-'s side than to recreate at the �'he McCafferty club was held on April seaside-," to mix with real men doing a {10- 17 members and four visitors b^lnsr good job than to mix aundaes at a i present. Two new members were en-soda-water fountain: to measure hlsjioUed. The subject taken up was the strength against a hard task than to:"Rawn of a New Patriotism." and the measure ribhons at a counter; to feed address given on same was both in-cattle and hogs and drive a team than terestlng and educational. to drive a,tennis ball; to gain vigor ' --' and vitality by work rather than by- WON'T BE A STRIKE y.-eeks of rest and recuperation. Throe p,riB, May 18.-A complete under-tnonthB on a farm would ho worth at standing has been reached between Ie;iEt a year in ordinary school train- i lonrtovc iho ,.�..v,, i., h.. n,,t, Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself  by raisirig FOOD on the fertile plains Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for youl to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan toasiijt settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, GlH'ISm C.P.R. LmiIi 9C5 Ist St. E�.t, CALGARY THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HBAO OrriCK - TORONTO Your surplus earnings in our Savings Department earn inter- Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTEp, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL-LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOFINGS. BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANE8E GLASS, COMIVION GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MININO SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE est at current rate. J. G. SCOTT, Manatcr, G. F. BLETCHER; Maii��cr, . D. A. CURRIE, Acco�inUnt-in-Charge, 33/z 20-4-20, W. 4th. All 1-4-21, W. 4th. FOR SALE D>velling Houses 526 7th Street S., Modern Bungalow .................... $2500.00 908 6th Avenue S., 50x75................................ $2100.00 1403 1st Avenue North .............'....................|. $700.00 One-Fifth Down Payment. Balance on easy terms thereafter. APPLY The Britisli Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 The lands are all convenient to market, church and Bchool; are of a most desirable character, and the opportunit_y is afford-od farmers or the inveatlng public to acquire them at moderate iiriccM and on easy termB. � For tufther particulars, apply to the LethbrldBo or Winnipeg offices of / The Standard Trusts Company ADMINISTRATORS HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. ^U-- OF BULLS 22 Aberdeen Angus, 57 Herefords, 2 Red Polled, 127 Shorthorns At Lacombe, May 29th,'18 SF*et!(AL SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS FOR PURCHASERS. '/ ^ SEND FOR CATALOGUE. E. L, RICHARDSON, SECRETARY, ALBERTA LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATIONS, CALGARY. 50 8762?19543 ;