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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta F PARK SB SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1917. All Kinds of Machinenr Grates'! and Gears lor All Kinds of Traction and hivt In Will Pumps. Soil and PlatVGrlndan. G. KISCHELL Laip.e of-the Lethbrldge Iron Works. A1DWOB.1 DaifEon. "V. T.. XOT. cdllor- in i. Brlllsh Columlf-'s liewspayer suggesting the union of Vukon, Ter- ritory irilh thai province has aroused Ihe Indignation of the Dswson Dally XOTSI which, lu i lengthy editorial un- He title "YuSoa an- THE.C.P.R, 8IYESYOU TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An Immense uea of trie moil letdle land in Wtttem Cuadi [or ak low cosy terms ranging from 111 tor fjna Isndj laais up to ISO. Ont-teclh down, ballnce If JDC iriah wiih'ui yeirs. In lind for cale ulUemtnt toadilions. In irrigation for firm building s, elc. up to 52000. also lepayatle in l-.vcaty cent. Hue oppbrtuniiy loioueaseyour Sum holdings by grtimg adjoining land, or to secure your as -neighbors. For lilersture and par- ticulars Apply !o Allan Cameron, General SuDtrinieadcnl of Department of Resources, 905 First S-jert East, dlguy, Ala. THE TREE'S--VAL'UE TO f THE PRAIRIE FARMER (By Allan Oampneliv. Trees "oil the farm perform.trilml- Inr offlro to ihal of ihe, palnl 'on the as they Improve nnce and a against various conditions of weather. The treeless farmslejd Is open lo ery caprice of Its rcesther nnd In nounces Its opposition tu tha propos- dltldn (o-lols must' In llmo prove de- al The K-opossl Is called liy the Daw-' jnvwlns lo tho spirits of those who live within HE bare environments, son Xevva a 'piratical raid on ukou ,n iWs wstern rouutry Territory." o "covetous plot." and "a ,j0 w-e farms lhat are homes in war ot polltlci} conaaesl." tnlc sensf. aha In this direction fiinp gorernmenl In t planting can aci.-ompll3b much, says the Xews. "will fill for lhat sluu- (roa, a senlitucnUl snd cfonom- Id and grotesque propsEal. The standpoint. The farmer who has Yukon roluses to be Dal-: (0 face '.he ordea! of au annual lone; Elan degree and Prussian lied. J haul to obtain bis winter's fuel EUD- The Territory, enjoj a that measure ol' wouu fC6] E greater peace ot wind respenslbls and representative govern- ho contemplate on a certain ment which tpells democracy. Yufcqn ot nls hundreds of sturdy Is far ahead of any provinco or otter groiriue Ills future fuel sup- portion bV Canada oa rsdi and hood contributions to this war and t-or ornamentation and shelter, has ghoa twice as much In men frnd (pees form an essential on the modern inouey as Iho rest of the Dominion oa rarm anli lno uesl means of the average. The Dominion govern- Jsoa ls f0r ane on n trceUss ment Is not going to reward this terrl- flrm for a short period, and then slay lory for her "matchless uavotj'.'u wen lreed iarm. In the caso of her magnificent testimonial ot virility (be former, one feels lhat home Is Just _ ba'omes surfeited with the feeling of being too much outdoors and among the elements. There Is a good choicfl purpose of establish-1 POULTRY HOUSE DISINFECTION' prlnclpav Uclor In Ihe oradlci- llou ot poultry tisea'sts Is Ihe adop- tion "of proper sanitary Measures at Iho outset. Infectious disorders will recur no hgw wisely treated, unless such Ireatment lv supplement- ed by the Ultra! use of efficient dls- Disinfection Is the true basic principle' upon which reals freedom [ro'm disease and prevention must occupy the foremost' place' it tieidway Is lo be gained. The Proper MethoJ'of Disinfecting Fowl Hcusei Is as'Followi. HumoTe all lltler from the floor and nesting places and'burn Dear the building as convenient (o avoid ccatiiDilaaSion of Uio surrounding soil. If possible remove iiests, roosls and otlier portable flilures und pUce In the sunllghl. Kuipty all hoppers, feed bins, etc., of dry fish and other grains and discard grit or srald with boiling water before using a second time. Scald all utensils, rim, etc., if cotton tronU are used. 'hcie should bo removed and either wnsh- ed thoroughly or icalded ivllli boil- ing The windows should bo COVERING THE SAND LAND WITH TREES The splendid work done by Ihe District ol the Ontario Departent at Agricul- ture Is uow heuig utilized lo a Local Agtnls WVLSON 4 SKEITK Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1313 Lethftrldgs by depriving' her of lhat measure of autonomy ao.d right of representation which she.more lhan merlis- "Yufcon.Is snllrely In the Arclic or the sutArcUo >nd It bis nothing In ,refs [or common with tbs rain-soaked realm jaa prairie horae; the Crcfn As'j. Brltlso! continues ;ho wlQ, leaves, the Mountain edleoilal. Lcligslators -2.001) to A5n giving a splendid display ul little WOO mldi from' certain parts of curries In the fall among its rose- ton conld not legislate with any de-. ]eaves, the Dirch with white bark gree of Intelligence respecting affairs siandlDff .out Jo bold relief from the here. JI Yukon should be nnnei- general environment of green. The ed'to tny province It hid belter be Asiatic Maple is nnolber tree of great Alberta, whoso climate Is dry and cold Coior effect, as the leaves luru fr.-ita and In .the northern district. preaD tn the Bummer to crimson in" of the obtaining (ne faU aibachground In Yukon." i Of nvergreens, forai a picture of ei- _ I treme beauty In the fall.' Flowering i such as Lilav and AUTO OWNERS Miracle Oil It Will Give You 50% MORE POWER, 25% MORE MILEAGE It Is A carbon eliminator. Uie 2 OL for the first t gallons and 1 oz- to o gallons ot there- after: A qusrt sails for J2.50 and Is for 100 gallons. Call and let us Uli y.ou about IL WE GUARANTEE OUR RETREADING AND VULCANIZ1NO. CITY VULCANIZING SHOP SHULTZ A. RITCHIE. 17 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. lu the cause oj forestry. the of tho Minister, some refore-s- Ullon ei per line r.U carried out by the district meu, as Is esylafu- in lha fgliowiug stateueat jefcr- ring to one of Ihe districts: "Jn a number of places throughout the county there ere Band hllU upon whlcb apparently nothing could be made to grcnr, and glre aa cad- less amount of trouble, especially Along roadildes, where every windy dny fills the ronl full ot Oae particularly bad bill lies oa tie roiid about mldivay betivceii Kemptvillo and Speucervlllc. en lbe Selleck pro1 iterty. This 'sauJ bill bas drifted across the road bllowauce. aud or- al strips of land have becii purchased from tbe owner of tho adjoining Held In order lo get around Iho sand. Ever) effort to stop sand blowing has failed three high board fences havo been and it is an every day-occur- taken out and with waler and soap; the frames belcs well ttlth a bird brutu- If figure of speech and In tlrue! straw lofts aro used, Uie straw should be removed burned wilb the litter. The Inside suoulil then be thoroughly swept down lo remova _---------_-------.......-------_._....._ coliwebs, dust accumulations, etc.', or to grow trees In Ibis sand. Five tbous If possible, .flushed out with a good and four hundred trees were secured hose. All accumulations of hard In the spring from the Forcatrj should be loosoned by sof-1 Brnnch ot the Department pf.Asrlcul rence to eoe aulos stuck in Ihe middle of the road, "Wllh Ihe Ideft in view of attempt- ing Lo stop tho sP.Qil blowing de- cided to conduct a reforest rat ton pcrimeut, to see If It would possible are an annual source of pleasure of tlielr owners arid Dtbers who are fav- ored by their sphere ot influence. Men- tion must be made of the Caragana, a favorite hardy hedge maker. It forms a tight hedge. Is a good grower and tears a pretty yellow bloom. In ever- greens, tte Spruce and Scotch Flf form en all year-ereen shelter and.a most efficient windbreak. A plantation of CollpnTroDds.r_bD- ctimes a fuel yard In Uie malting and Ihe rapid growth of these Irecs mutes them a worth-while proposition to the average farmer. I Trees may bs acquired "by various means, rli., from the woods, purchas- ed from nurseries, and grown from seed. U'ls belter to thoroughly thresh out Ihe que5tlon of planting before ac- tually putting It into practice. A pen- cil drawing of tbe proposed a good Inillal'slep Is easily alter- ed lo accommodate the desires of sec-. !ond thoughts lhat mar crop where- as, should the plantlng'be accomplish- ed before thorough consideralionrhas s had lEyqlv- j Ing inay tenlng with water and then scraped clean wilb a hoe or olutr sharp In- slrumenl. Disinfection may now .be commenced. Mis fifty pouuds of nn- slacica or quick-lime in a barrel of and add to tils one gallon of good commercial disinfectant. If a smaller amount Is required It may bo made by adding two and one-half pounds of quick-lime lo a pall ol wat- er plus halt a teacupful of disinfect- ant. Be sure lhat the lime Is not slaked by closure to the air as oil Its disinfecting power Is thereby lost. The. easiest method of applying the lime-wash Is by means of a spray- puipn which can be purchased at a" reaspuable coat nnd can be used lo advantase In other builuings. Before using Iho lime solution it Is advisable to through a fairly fine, sieve or cheese-cloth as tie filter'is liable become doused. In the absence a spray-pump, a whitewash brush may ha; used although It is difficult Lo fill the cracks and crevices with- out, a stream (o drive In the solution. These cracks serve as breeding places for miles, lice, etc., and should bo given careful attention. Where au infectious disease, 'such as tubercul- osis, has been present, It Is wise lo spray the Interior nt least Ivflce with receive the most careful attention when billed lo notify .the C a n ad i an Commission Co, s'' LIMITED UNION TRUST BUILDING, WINNIPEG. We'a re'experienced .grain deale'rY'and competent to gel you the beit Our work prompt, z ecu rate and reliable. ;c 3-Kkaioon Canada.Bi'dg. prove' the to Between 300 apd .-100 ot Ifie Baptist church la-Oiilarlo {recently, astcd br. letter whaf-.'aalaries {they were receiving.' Onlr' riiae of lhat I number, -irere In reteJpL a ijear or more. A large'proportion re- celved than and 'the' ayer- salary among I tori this "amoual a lieo hODsc, out ,Q[ which them hadito pay an ?125 I for horse DO AWAY with the UNSANITARY OUTHOUSE lure, and "set out carefully Jn roira four feet apart, wjlb. Ihe trees (our feel apart In the row. further os perlmented by hauling cedar brush and covering over half the area with ft. t'am pleased to that at pres eat nearly nil Ihb trees over which VTG put brush are living and doing well. These will, no doubt, In. th course of a year or (wo stop the sant from btoivlng. Tbe trees n'hlch ivi did not cover did col do so well, am nanny of them were either covorei with the blowing sandt or blown ou by the roots. N'eit spring wo yurposi replacing all dead trees, aod covering the entire If possible, with ce dar brush, to give the trees as gooi a chance as possible. "Very lltyo encouragement wa given by ndJoining farmers at th time' tho trees were planted, anil good deal of scepticism prevailed to Llie possibility of the trees grow Ing. Hoirevcr, we know that seeln Is Lellevlog, and trust to Lave thj troublesome sand hill converted Int a young plno grove In tie course of few years." an Interval ol one between bach application. Otborwiae one i treatment will be sufflcleat. fuas, I[ nol too large, should' be corered-vtth a thin coating of alr- and then spaded, or ploughed to a'ferfboj deptt. "n.-tline TaTailable', a thorough" 'spading raiy ba sufficient although Jess than the former method. The runs fchould be .each year If dlvlde'd up, one halt being lo rape or other green crop. Tbla cropping destroys the breeding places j'of worms, etc. It.' portable houaea'are used, they should be mor- ed frequently as leedlng fqwh and chicks "on the same. ground year af- ter year, serres to them with numerous diseases. Allow the. fowls open range, If such Is available. I Might TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK! HAVE I MADE ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY FAMILY! WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY 'ESTATE! MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? THEREFORE I WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. (Being a Corporation, Nover 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDQE, Your Will Should Be Made WHILE YOU ARE IX GOOD HEALTH APPOINT THIS COMPANY, YOUR EXECUTOR.ANO TRUSTEE. TO INSURE YOUR DIRECTIONS BEING CARRIED FEAR OR FAVOR. YOUR ESTATE WILL' BENEFI'lf' OUR EX- PERIENCE AND RESPONSIBILITY. BOOKLET ON WILLS BY REQUEST. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited Calgary, .Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, STETTLER. This inside Waterless Toilet System is' pcnniUed instalMion by llie Provincial Sanitary Engineer, in unscwered districts. recpiumeiulcdby theFroviudar Boaf'd ol Hcallh of staleCafter (horbugh of (lie systems cffic-: ieiicy, "Einineiitly Satisfactory." up.water system, cess-pool or septic tank, the large Arinco Iron tank of 125 gallons capacity, taking care of all liquifying ami dcsd-oying sill SATISFIED CUSTOMER. Stirling, Alia., Sep1. 25-17, Kiufltlrie Supply Co., ot Albcila, P.6. Box ISO, Lalhbrldge. 'I take great pleasure In slating thai tfee Kaqatlne Closet System, Installed In my nncb jU3t outside the Town of Stirling, Alberta, In April Usl, nas been i great cotn'fort to. my wife and family, and' is ererriilor claimed of U by tic Mialitctarrrt'tnA rounelycj. 1 'Cad -jlritftjly.rHicOrn'rhona Inls much needed coOTrtlence. In and rural boron, "sml coniMer j.onr product -superior )n "tnfjr. 'vir, tram i fanKorr'ittndpolit, to flush closet, "-iuiint MJtlc Unk and cesi-pool.'' HENBf'TOWETT. Has efficient ventilation attachment, which eliminatesiall possible odor. Cost of up-keep approsiniatcly 50 cehfs per month, for family of six. Tank.can sit in your basement, and toilet installed on first or second floor. T Some forty farmers who have bn.ilt new' homes, this last summer, have installed Ttie Kausfine Toilet equipment, sevenil of whom have written us letters strongly recom- mending the system, .copies of which will lie mailed request. We can supply you with a complete out- fit for 9100.00, Lethbrldge. Write wilhout delay if you are ijilcrcstcfl. in order lhat you may comfort of a sanitary toilet system iri your home, be- fore the colil winter sets in. The General Supply Co. Ltd. FOR THI ALBERTA 4, .tQ-r. LETH1RIOOE, ALBERTA tliat President H. W. Wooa-rbr- the Uoited, Farrfera.'ot Al- berta-sent Lbe farmers, "and wbfcb WH.S In tha Her- ald, attracted Ured Alberta farmer "down Jn the irrolc to the United Far- mers', aaSoclaVoii; the other day from Wasbmgton; as'follows: '-ybura Victory loan.- Aa Tve_niust -win may be alile to biiy a Victory .placed bo the .market. Please Infondittlon re a'amb. Haj-ie bough I some Liberty bonds here, as tliis war 13 concerned wo atp one and s.ame. I have three I Hpns in AlbertQ, one al Allx, one at Gttamp'po. snd ariother relative also oi Cham pi on, .All cin and should FAVOR RAPPROACHHENT Petroxrad, tfoy. stalcraent in faror of rapproachment bepvcer) Rus-r _ .________ sla and America has been Issued by 1 buy some .Victory debenture or. bonds the economic department o[ lbe cie-1 as they may be called up tlierg. cutlve representing tbG peasants'dele- You shouM get (n (ouch with twx> gates and tie soldiers' aid. workmen's Uther Wends'-of Hungarians delnsatej. II tars Ibat hitherto fnaraei at Champion'. They sla has been known to America "only fioiild llhely would II from the wicked Bourgeolse newspap-'you sen lliern.. Their mother, wbo re era" and proposes Ihe formattfin of an cently bora, arid tbe orsanlzatlon'which shall uiaks ar- boys are slrong: One of rangemenls lo obtain money and offered his services to war, bu1 piles from the Unllud States and In; was owing to Hunearlan return send to America articles by blrlh, having been in the Unftec Socialist writers. A. representatiye of States, and' Canada about 12 to 15 the organization Is to sent'to Am-1 years; the other boy came over In erica with this end In view. 11912." FOR i T1II8 DESIRABLE KESIDENCE 5; FOUBTStNTH STRIET 9., LETHiBIOOE. ONE (LOCK FROM CAR LINE. Centalnt thrst'roamt, d'ft >nt parch downitaln; three bed arK) faith upstiln, Hewn and Full uminl biHrnint, Ftflly with t cash. Balaticc arranged. f J. HARRIS 80X611, CJTY PHONE H12 f.: a PUBLIC SALE COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On Wednesday, Nov.14 t OF LAND Description of Land of Sec. 17, and North Half of Sec 8, T. 11, It. 3, W. dth M. Five ami one-half miles Soulhenst of Pashlcy, six miles !-i of Irvine. f Thtrflire.. lils niirly rendy for crop end about" "-1QO acr'eV-more cin Good''farm land, Good veil, creek and never falllne spring, Soven-room house, sheds' and Ihls.farin aud'tet slorLcd In making money by buying this farm for. lltUe.'rnoncy-ah'd'let tf.oy for the rest. %Tefma Easy: C36h, b'aknce in crap 6 per cent. Intereit. 5 per cent- off for all cash paid over Farm Tools and Machinery _'__._ ALSO SOME STOCK 6 yenrs old, welEbt' abont 1250; 1 Day gelfliiiE, .8 yeaffl'oiJi weight about 1250 Iba.; 1 eitra milch .coW; 6'years.old; 2 dozen chickens; 1 new Daln wagon, Deerlng disc, 16-16; 1 eoo4 set double hamesi; 1 new WanSols; a.kerosene dnims; 1 new enctnc pump: 2 n-ira'.slrotchcrs; 2 grain scoops; 2 picks, etc; 1 good 6hole sled goods end 'other miscellaneous CASH YOUR Wlft FREE LUritlfi; NOON- EVERYBODY COME, Y F' "'STOW, OWNER GEO. SATTERLEE, AUCTIONEiRi A. C. ALDERTON, CLERKS 96 HEAD HORSES, 50 YOUNG SOWS, 100 HEAD CATTLE By PIJBLIC AUCTION "Atthe sigii of (he llig >Vhile and 0rcen Barn 8 MILES SOUTH AN 1 MILE EAST OF LETHBRIDOE November 7th, TI 'i The Ffiler Farming Go., Ltd, Will sell ip (iholcd .weanling colla: 12 58.3 and 61iU, all 0 E-jeir olds; 6 6-ycar.oW; SO head j. of work" hofsca, 7 year's oM ami some choice fillies among the young .Btoclc aid 6 niarcn am6ne'lhe IftMarb geld- t Ings; reslitsred Porcncron Blulllon, Iron grey color, 4 years old in 16 produced at sole, his 'sire tooK Chicago Inler'nall'oJial ami "rlfst" al Koi'ln Wisconsin Slate Fair low years flgo. lie Is a goqrl one. 30 hciid' mflk'cowi, eoma- rnllklng, some big about 20 2 'amt'fyeir old hclferi, lo'rslvc In spring; 19 or 12 ycarilng anil 2 year old steers; 90 calves; 'csdlgrcod Shnrthorn papers; a genuine milk slralri color, rising 3 years old.-. 60 youhs UCrkshlre sowl, line quality, tome purebred and all nearly, piire hreil, no papem; 60 pure bred Wtilia Coot' .erels; 40 rto'ubje aels work harness, nil In '-good repltrj: i 10-20 h.p. Titan ktrosciie, burning tnglnea, Bubjecl lo blnderi; t, 1 hay loader, nearly 2 sulky gang plow, Z harrows; wIUi csrla; l.Van Drunt 1 Decrlns drlllT'olher 'Srlfdes (oO'V mcnlfonv -r, Wi'lbo otter: 150 gallons ot ptre.whltcleail 'oli paint In 6 gallon can? al I (.45 gallon. Tbli U much lian JOB' can buy loday.of equal qUillly. L.- x Unless previously sold we will also olter, with reserTe price, ,ejre< and 900 Iambi In lots of 100. BEfllNS AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON SHARP TERMS LUNCH 1ERVED ;