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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P'AGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 25, U>18 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER   �> METHODS OF WEANING >  LITTLE PIGS :   : : : : : ; : : ; : (Experimental Karitip- ,Voi> Wennlne time is the must irltlrnl |>�rlod of the hog's li.'p. TUi-- ap;)n)viil practice to wpau at about six woolss. Teach tlie litter to nut throe wooks before weaning, using a crib or oroep vrhich esclude-i tho sow. or a sepnr-,�t6 pen. Peed, in a tmuuli, iirctPrably. long, and thritty. with no WATER IN THE FARM > i;et)tiou or scourinR lias l>c�n ! ouii. nnil in ono � Instuvice 'vhoro a dozen littera were so fed at a central feeder tiie percontaKo of "culls" nas remarkably low. When finally removed from the sow, tho pi>;� so wean-,, . . , ,, . , (.d. partleul�rly whore they are to be 1  conceived the Idea of huvlny wnter self-fed subseqnentlv, give nUnirnumio" '�P o'"" hoiiso, a thing wlilch every woman in the honse looks forward to. Here is how; It was accotn- ? : ? : ? ? : : ? ? : THE POTATO. ? : ^ : ? ? ? ; : : ? > ? : : : > It is a great mistake to peel pota-toee before cooking them. People who lo it at this time are wasting the pump in the barrel outside through the wall into the tanks Inside and all is complete and what a lot of labor saved. The whole did not qost *20. The next labor-saving device to get was the power washer and ft oBc-nnd-a-half-horse-pc�wer engine. This Is one of the greatest blessings for a woman that was ever got, for wash day is no longer looked on aa a back-bceaklng job for even with a hand machine It at the same time. It costs on an average about 15 cents worth of gasoline very good advice on the subject: i. shown, the Pigs developing clean. K^S^'p^o^tFi^f^ub^^^^^^^^ i i^'do Ti;^ weekT waS Co^~ And^As in the water he lay, he lay, i'-*""*^ ^^^^P" considering To the cook who the mud off was scrubbing, scrubbing, These valu'ble words he did say: ATONTION AH Blacksmith's Shops . OFTfflSCITY Will Close ON SATURDAY AT 12.00 O'CLOCK, AFTER. MAY FIRST. "Iveep me wrapped in my nice khaki , jacket, jacket, i The best of me's lost with the skin, the skin. Dish me up when the heat starts to crack it, crack it, And eat me from outside to in. the labor saved. It was a little awkward at first for the power machine works so quickly that it takes brains to plan things to meet the speed, but after a few times it comes to yon. We have started at five o'clock In the BLAIl^MORE Blalrmoro. May 23.-Wm. Ttirner of the Royal Flying corps arrived honle on Tuesday. . He wept to Toronto Inst Octojjor and Joined np ther*. From thonce he war sent to Texas, w;iorR ho took bis training as a mechanic of tho Royal Flying Corp�. He thinks Texas Is a fine state, being aummer'weather nil tho time. Ho os-pects to be sent overseas in the near future. He will remain in Btalrmoro tor a couple of weeks. Will looks Hne. Hia work hag agreed with him. Dr. Baker of the sanatorium was In Calgary^ a few days this week, he arrived back Weduosdny morning. Dr. Bayfield took charge in his absence. Sapper David Kemp who arrived holme lately from overseas went. lo Calgary on Sunday evening. Rev. Cosman Is now making Blalrmoro his headquarters. He has taken rooms in the Oillis block. Dr. R. K. Llllle left Tuesflay evening for Calgary to meet with the Shrlners in that city. A considerable number of Masons from Coleman and Ulairmore wont over to HlUcrest last night to meet with the merobers of Sentinel Lodge and to help them in some degree work. They all agree in the good time they had. The HlUcrest boys are all right. C. W. Huston arrived from Kaslo this morning. Mr. Huston has a fruit ranch in that district. Ho says all indications point to a bumper crop tills year. A. Evans (Red) and C. Plassett went to Calgary Sunday night to enlist They do not want to be conscripts. Mrs. Harry Bums and family went east on Sunday to visit her old home In Ontario. Corp. Millie Rossi is down from Cal gary again for a short visit. ANOTHER RAID MAnEROFPOilllCS Hamilton, Ont., May 24.-*A sharp difference of opinion was manifested yesterday at the first convonlion of the F-rovlnclal Great War Veterans' AsROciatton In regard to resolution brought forward by tho resolutions comraftteo that the association put up candidates In municipal, provincial and dominion elections, In other words "to enter politics." ' The meeting >was further signnlllzed during the afternoon by speeches from Colonel J, A. Currte and J. H. Burn-ham, M.P., attacking tho recent clvlt service bill, abolishing patronage and thus taking away, they declared, a preference to employ returned soldiers. Their speeches were received with applause. The alignment for and against entering politics was pretty much on the basis of large cities versus the rest of tho province. The whole association, however, was In favor of appointing a )>arllnmentary committee to look after the association's Interests at Ottawa. A labor delegation from Toronto naked leave to address tonight's mooting tor twenty minutes, but the request was refused. "We are not going to pull labor's chestnuts out of tho fire," said one delegate. "Our comrades widows and children first." GERMANS SHIFT THE VINDICTIVE London, May 23.-In addition to the aerial attack on Paris, another raid ; dlctive, according to. The Times, was carried out last night. It seems to have been directed against the railroad tracks north and northeast of Perls. The raiders dropped a large number of bomb's but did not cause any serious damage. London, -May 25.-The Germans have succeeded In ehitting the concrete laden cruiser Vindlctlvo, sunk In the harbor oft Ostend on May 10 by British raiding forces. The Vln- Is now lying close alongside the eastern pier leaving a passage of about thirty feet wide. This Is enough to allow destroyers to go in and out but, nevertheless, the Germans are not using the harbor. evening and had line at seven. the clothes on the i The next thing, in order that my wife would not have to keep a red hot fire on in the hot summer days to heat Irons, 1 purchased a gasoline Iron "Do you wish to reduce your bread ! m^"'' .ns successfully as rntinn rntinn' 1Water on tap and the power-wash- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O., LLD.. D.CL, _____ H V. F. JONE& AM'iGcn'L M*iit�� RAM SALE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. October 9th and 10th Under the auspices of the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' Association, over one hundred members, owning 200,000 sheep. Entries Close July Ist Entry blanks may be had on .-application to the Secretary, SherioeU Building, "Lethbridge, Alberta. ration, ration? Then bake me and serve me with cheese, with cheese. Or with anything elee in creation, 'atViu, Your grocer will yield to your pleai. "Keep me wrapped," etc. "Very soon to the polls you'll be going, going. And wonderful things will ensue, ensue. But it's up to you now to be showing, showing, What women with taters can do." "Keep me wrapped,' etc. er. I might also state that I use the j one-and-a-ahalf-borse-power engine on' a six-inch crusher and have'(lone all my crushing all summer with It so that i it Is a paying proposition tor us both Inside and out. We now have everything in the house that will save labor. I wanted thing^ for my use outside that wwuld save labor and time and I could see no reason why my wife should be denied the same. SIR JOHN AIRD.GeiKnlMiiiM� V.C BROWN. Sup'l of CctiMl W��efii Bnnehw Pvery individual in the home poultry flock should show vigor and strength. Size (not tat), erectness, activity, bright eye, and red comb are favor-ible points Indicating good constitution. Drooping tall or wing, weakened, legs, bead and neck not erect denote weakness. . Pullets bred from ?ood layers are preferable. A good layer will be a hearty feedei" and usually a vigorous worker. Pullets hatched early will prove better winter layers. The poultry house should be built as low as possible without danger of the attendants bumping their heads against the celling. A low house Is more easily warmed than a high one. POWER! Here are two dependable Power units for your farm. �I'he 12-25 Parrett, the five year tested tractor, with its proven brutal strength, will put those idle ficres to work this year, and then t,'hen the crop is ready, you will belt It to the Moody, the separator that keeps the grain out of the straw piles. Sold In prices ranging from $405.00 to $1525-, suitable tor any size farm, Wrlto today for catalogs, terms and prices to the following distributors for Western Canada. Francouer Bros. Camrose, Alta. New H�me Machinery Co., Ltd. Saskatoon, Sask. Mitcbell Sc. McGregor il'.'.m ton, Man. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to 130 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to asslstscttlersonirrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALUN CAMERON, Gl|'l SiyL C.P.R. L�ft 9C5 1st St. Eait, CALGARY ? : > > ? ? > : > * ;. * : � "He who plants a tree, plants a hope," runs the old poem. The farmer who plants a tree or a vine, or beautlties and cleans up his place. Is also adding considerably to the value of the farm In dollars and cents. People looking for a farm will drive straight past the one with fertile acres and that stark, bare look of a treeless, shrubless farmyard, and take kindly to the place, where the house is /cuddled down in a nest of good planting, and where the velvety stretch of lawn invites- him to walk and appreciate the differenca between a houso and a home. Put In a fluick growing tree or two. They will soon be full of bird songs In the early morning, and under their branches you will find gratetul shade In the afternoon. Take a tew hours to prepare the soil and tuck In a tew plants for your soul's sake. Environment has a powerful Influence on the Individual,,especially on [ the impressionable child. A beautiful ' yard suggests care, culture, refinement, while a rugged, uncouth, ill-kept school ground is one of the most depressing scenes one can run across. With the Mitchell Nursery at Coal-dale close at hand, there Is no reason why every farm In Southern Alberta should not be surrounded by beautiful shade trees. REPAIR YOUR OLD MACHINERY Undertaking 20 percent Discount As prices are advancing frequently, we have bought an ex-tonflive stock in order to protect tho public ,tUeri"3"ore, we Invite you to call .and see us before purchasing. COUNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OUR USUAL .PROMPT ATTENTION MacKejf anii MacXay 803 3rd Ave. a, Lethbrldge Phone'180i2 ' Never Closed A great many papers and Implement men in generaU are advising farmers to buy machinery early. I would say, don't buy a single pieco of machinery you can possibly get along without. That would be a better way to help win the war. Let the Government have all the steel, timlier for ships, and flying machines possible. A few repairs will make the old machine. hold over another year. if you have to have a certain machine, cooperate with some neighbor who has one. Pay him for the use of his and save in that way. There is enough rmfhinery on [Canadfan farms If properly repaired, ' to run the nation two or three seasons. CapitaiPaid Up.$15.000.00aTReserve Fund. . |i3.500,ooo The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank offer the desired security for valuable papers and other effects. The charge is very moderate for the protection thus afforded.^ H ' iww Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Whei win You Save II yon don't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt Increase, so will your expenses-and many find that the latter nfore than keep pac* vlth tha former. Now Is the time to start a Reserve Fund -^d the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Ouutdk Is the place to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand now-you can open aa account with any sum. dowo to one dollar-aod draw tatarutealL LETHBKIOGE BRANCH - -  F. W. NICHOLSON, M^inager CARDSToiii BRANCH    . F. V. Cavers, Manager Blackwood, Managsr BARONS BRANCH f mm Mam THE (BT'D 1B73 STAHDARD BANK OF CANADA HKAD OFFICB  TORONTO BUSINESS ACCOUNTS All. classes of business accounts receive careful attention. J. G. SCOTT, Manager. � G. F. BLETCHER, MMiagar.  D. A. CURRIE, AcccninUnt-in.Charta, �37 13th St. North. 4lh Avenue South. . i Coalhunt. The free use of an effective lice powder is always in order. A dust bath is very essential in ridding the fowls of lice. \Vhite-,washIng Is effective against vermin. Use kerosene on the roosts and In the cracks to exterminate mites. Let the table scraps help make eggs and meat. In every' household, no matter how economical the housewife, there is a certain amount of table scraps and kitchen waste which has feeding value but' which, if not fed, finds its way into the garbage pull. Tiie saving.medium: Some hens. SUNK IN COLLISION. i.undon, May 25.-TIio newspapers announce that the American steawm Nechos was sunk on May 14 off Start Point, In Orkney Islands, as a result of a collision with another steamer. Collections For Business Houses The Batiafactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business Houses, in the matter of collecting Notes, Drafts and Other financial paper, is due to the number andstrategic location of its branches throughout Canada, and the efficient system in force. - Special attention is given to collections; returns are promptly made and credited ; losses are ofttm prevented by the care and thoroughness with Which we do this part of our work. THC MCRCMANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal.' OF' LB'IHURIDGB BRANCH. MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEPORD B|^A mm , RUSSIA BTJI. GABIA. HpW RUMANIA IS ROBBED BY GERMANY. The province of nohriidgfl. tho most fertile portion of tho Kingdom is taken, but aa compensation Rumania may get control of Dcssarabia. Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER. ElVIPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND IVIEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOF-INQ8. BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COIVIIVION GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. ltdw FOURTH ST. 8, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1044 A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXEfcUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STHEET S. PHONE 1843 Your Will-Is it Ready? Delay in the making of a Will has caused many an estate to pass to those for whom it was not intended. Why not see to yours at once? Consult our Trust Officers. All informatipn gladly given without chairge;, WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLETON WILLS. ' ^' ' '' The Trusts and Euarailtee Company, limited CALGARY ANb LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOC, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, BED DEER, STETTLER. , 1 ADMINISTRATORS* SALE OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA LANDS There will bo offorefl for fl.nlo at PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to a reserve lild, tiio lands described below. The Sale will be conducted at tho otficRs of Tlio Standard Trusts Company, Alberta Bloclc, LotlibrliiKO, by Peter LaValley, Auctioneer, on TUESDAY, the 4th DAY of JUNE 1918 \ / at tho hour of 1 o'clocic in tho afternoon, on the following termn: , 20% cash, balance in six equal consecutive annual instal ments. Interest at e�vcn per cent. Clear unoncumbored titles will be given. Taxes nil paid to end ot 1917 from which date purchasers will asaumo future taxes. Sec. Tp. Hgo. W. Yz 6.4-11, W. 4th. All 29-1-12, W. 4tlT. All 11-2-12, W. 4th, All 11-1-13, W. 4th. All 11-2-13, W. 4th. All 11-4-13, W. 4th. All 17-4-13, W. 4th. 8. W. 1/4 10-11-13, W. 4th. N. W. 1/4 31-3-14, W. 4th. E, 1/2 5-4-14, W. 4th. S. W. 54 32-3-15, W. 4th. N. E. 1/4 27-10-15, W. 4th. See. Tp. Rge. N. W. \A 25-10-ia, W. 4th. W. 1/2 12-10-18, W. 4th. N. E. 1/4 12-10-18, W. 4th. 8. 14 20-10-18, W. 4th. All 6-4-20, W. 4th. All 6.4-20, W. 4th. All 7.4-20, W. 4th. S. /a 17-4-20, W. 4th, S. 14 18-4-20, W. 4th, N. 1/2 19-4-20, W. 4th. 8. 1/2 20-4-20, W. 4th, All 1-4-21, W. 4th. Ci^NADA Established 1QQ4. R. J. DINNING, Manner. V, A. BBERLY, Aolin� Maoaier. M. A. KILPATRICK, Aelini M.aater. The lands are all convenient to market, church and school;' are of a moat desirable cliaracter, and tlie opportunity Is attord. od farniors or tho Inventing public to acquire them at modontt pricQH and on easy tonnB. For further particulars, apply to tho Lothbrldge or Winnipeg offices ot The Standard Trusts Company ADMINISTRATORS HEAD OFFjCl WINNIPEG; MAN. ;