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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta INTEREST to THE FARMER WSSIMPLIFED ACGOMNG SYSTEM fflR THE FARMERS mOURBQF HERDS PAy'AFIER (By The �raak'M). Tomaon, JJ^tcr :S1wrtttbfn la j^mertca)'' The qofetimt of pfirmitiieWcyAin ^ihe ^ � ^ , (behe herd as he can spare, and np_t work e last ten yeArs. �tftl �riirtlRs iHp urosnects bef '"^''f durinc the winter. She re- hliAk mnnager for the last ten ye*"/ H;ii:;;551tudiesThe prospects-befove j '^^^^^^^^ J^f saw the neceBBtty>t a simple, .ccumte ; ,akink:h5s investment. Will it can-1 [^r ,ore mone.v�than he ever obtSSS- aceen �o ctJmp!led'^r'^2. h�. ,,ai tlie situation is abnormal, the more of a���^^aper>i Ulc ofi his �st se ta ir Of the Smith's folks .00 per ton. And her husband admit.s that he has thought of that. If they have-a mortgage, the wife suggests that It would he a good time to sell the stock and the feed' and get out of debt,-, If they have no,.niortgage tlie h�sbf(nd intimates that it wouldn't be a -bad deal to reduce the stock, considering whaf"! he could get for the corn and hay, and I try and buy the -elglity that joins them, for he reasons that land that doesn't seem to have advanced much as yet is certain to go higher. rir^mp7^''�Sto?At>a-ir^JST%^L^^^ analyses it and the more infor-� sell were never so great, and K W-Tontair^lcii^r.lnTlntorf'and^^^ the more evi-i ��.�->4*,W!^.f �r9?V� Hf.�5 es.J This was- not accorttllshed' in a ,iave toiled. ,,i_. �>e, Wocerjr mIki^, our door, ifc^ The.fruit gtxit_____ �]�MalB*to our'taste th' tuMy iMoaU^tod Hteraturo . ,. ^, to,the sunkikt products of .thht WJ,oarbphy*rates, and 1,7 pbun^Vof.fa^ ' t;/^^^^ ' Tth'is^^-woUW'SlilJWlhat there Is very Htile difference Jh .the feeding vali)e of wild) upland ha'y'�nd greensheaf oat?. HLOweyeiv there roust- be.taken into'':>lO''itvi8 practically always dean and Con- guch a^sys.tep: Should be used. , The ^ ^^^^red a period of years, law coniPela; � f"''�e'' How well we remember nB*.-that the aa well a�ie#�ry other business man � ^^^^^^ auttorlUes and agricultural ad-lo kee�;.hooks and provides a penalty ^^^^ warning after warn- The winter losses of -i9ia and' '17 and 'is"in the mouutain and gracing country-were exceedingly heavyi The one consolation was that, tne'^hides for faililre-lo da so.- The,� system re- j^-.^m^j^^g effect of this, dl-1 on the cattle lost yielded a cash re- ...... i, ,,�,>o., �, minishlng process. They said, in,ef-jturn'in many cases, equal to the pre- fect, that the-iimg. would soon come j vailing prices of, a Jew years: before vrtien there-would not ^le cattle;for the entire animal. .Out>in.aie plains countrj'. this past sUttimer and ferred Tto-Js- simple, accurate and thorough'and.*an be kept easily by all farmers; � *j  A rannerj^v^^th^^e use of Uus !eTbngh"^"2o =d. "But feW b^li^v- ^!a"ie^^^Tc!!^t"Ar w=!.S ^ '^-''^'^ ^'^^'^ legal expense.; 'The book is' recommended by banks and financfqil men^'throDghout the entire Domlnfon of Canada. ^Farmers will find it mnch easier to borro-^ to the extent that, their position should enable them to do, wh� this bqok, properly kept, can be produced fbr their bank manager's inspection. iWa strongly .recommend its purchase and use'by each and every farmer, r Miss Anaie Atkinson, an Edmonton nurse,.died-otlntluensa. .She was a fU^tive ot Wtar^n, Ont. > (Boy iTvietary Bond). ^(C^ Disfnfcctanfc I ��FwiU protect "your ponRnr-iail^ltVe .-.J roosts, naat boctos and 1ioarda.rai>d lid. the poul-liC* Mid nates. :'t6r -treatment of �nd other, aorious . i''-- 4':.' in 1 pcsL an^ 1 .Canada, Limited, Ii3303 OOrtaw Ave-V Tortirto; F-W ::tf:fi(i. -:^'l:*y -, - V ; ludHlpBslioUf Stomach ^Disorders, - As^tendidtia and Kidney Stones : ar� often caused by Qalf Stones, andnisjead people until those ^attacksof Gall.dtMe Colic 'appear. Not' one ia' ten Gall iStOne Sufferers knows what is the trouble, Marlatt's Specific -will cure without ^aia or cper-�"atfon.'For Sale at all Drug- gMts.'iReeommende'd by Ji D. 'Higinbotham & Ce-^-Umited, '.� ';3jv,tSj,,'iathpn)e forss was j^Ing onthptlendency of the. prices *�s IneVitahly^dOwnward. :jrhe^w^^ came troqi-:~njimero9s.. sbux^^ There was a general note of aikrm and a dece-ilW:M^;t!onc^cfd effort was made to. checiti^^i^eC^depletihg practice: and to'^indttOe'ifili^era of the coinbelt, cot-ion growers^r the tonth, wh^ had suffered :fron\ tte. ranges of the boll weevil,laUd/ tarmere in this New England and; Atlantic States', 'to engage In'itoeef.iajsing.'. .^'^-{''^" This^Btfort'tO an extent was effec-tl-V!Ei;^5hg;;.i%rm^rs ap^^ealed.to werq' 8timg|ii^dxiioC ao"muoy by a "i>atribti6' inotive^:by>&e profits assured. The cpi^strnctiye;. movement was getting under way,"'^ut all ,o'f this time the pbpiaation Of the Hnited States was Iticrea^feg and the* production of cattle .made very slight gains, if any. Then came the war with it a foreign aeinapd-,ifor our products ^ of many CiasSes/i^id our meats In larger quan-Oties.;^-'Industry in the United States starteditOyjipeed up. The manufacturing: industries called for workers. As the call%ecame more insistent, the wat^s b.^^anib more attractive. With the - increa^eid -wages the purchasing power'andii^tocUnation of the wage eai?ier grewv' And what was the result? ;T3ie;(^nsnm^ of/meats here at'home-inci-eased and increased rap/ idly-to such an extent, in fact, that bur exports did not reach the volume Uiat the demand abroad required. This necessitated the warring countries to draw the .more heavily upon their own meat-prddUclnlf' stocks, and we are d'tfiojally/'lnformed that the num-bera of meiit-producihg animals in ttiese nations luive been very greatly reduced. /Then fame our own .declaration of l/war and the urgent request that meatless days i>e recognized. The response had been general, but the evidence of iricreaaed home cbnsunjption is not lacking. The earning powers of the indlvidualB. has grown to such an ex-|tent that many who before were obliged to rigidly limit their.table expend!^ tiires are now able to Ratify their a:ppetites and feel justified in so doing by the need of increased energy. '�This, in brief, sums up the situation to date, and the most natural' query is whether the future is sufficiently inviting to encourage the farmers oi the United States to gfow beef. There is an interesting fact in connection with this war; Soldiers abroad hy the thpnsandsfyes, by the millions, are being furnished a meat diet regularly for the first time in. their lives. With this,practice are developed ftp-' petites that will have to be satisfied in the years that follow the war. �  Another thing: I have notetT that every authority who has given pxPre^-�sion to his views in connection with .the war ajid the period, that will fol-I'low, has stated with vnrylng emphasis that th? several years of retbn-atrubtiSn will he olj^ most active and prpsperbus character; that the call for -wbrkers'of all classes will be so , p-eat as to ensure' employment to , all who are capable, with high wages j an inevitable incident. j We do not need,to be told that beet j consumption here In our own land' would be'much greater were it not for the food conservation program.' ______,____,__________And who is BO blind that he falls to ^Yt*/*hBWiwdli^and~you see that wf! respond to this program 'ofitt^ibesMhleach-^'th greater cheerfulness because the " Ii^tou,, and prevaljihJB prices are wfll-nigh/proht-i-foKy, very nltlVe. It seemtf quite apjiavent'thati ' If the^rlc6i:we.^pay!^j|ii,�flwe�ltly fr^^jIncrease.something like fitly per'cent ft'^iface, n;B0l^-Bfins| If ihis-vnesq,_sunburn and wlndr I frequent. But when the war is overj and meatless days are no more, when |-t|l.e:-togeft., sel.tlo just a Uttle, how eaj5eily|^^'e will anticipate those juicV lajL year, a surpa drought prevailed that siirpassed in its extent and losses any previous drought experienced .during the past decade or more. V-What! happened? Hundreds ot thousands N,of cattle were rnshe/to the m4rket In>a depleted condition and sold for only-;"a ..fraction of what they would h^ve copimanded HId "they hive'been grojvni.out, and fjnlshed. They have been largely wiped oft the face oI.th^' earth.' Ana:,so it is that tremendous^ niunhera.^Qf cattle -that would .have been available under ordinary, eondi-tlons for breeding purposes lisveione, to the slaughter. ;..,-_�,:.' ^ Here is still another angle; Information is current that in the British Isles the government decreed that approximately "3,000,00(y/acres of pasture ^nd -meadowy hlthetto; untouched by ,}Sie plow must be.brokcn, up^for, the growing of grains for human food. These^llllons ot acres Kave been util-ized.for generations tor the miUnten-. ance of live sto(;k, but >vith the coming of the plow vast numbers'of cattle, and .sheep must take_up tliein journey to the slaughter house. TJie authorities acknowledge th% necessity, of this radical action in order- to tide over 4 critical and unparalleled, situ-; ation. They recognize that beef and other dressed meatsNpan be imported,' under existing conditions, more ec�^ homically than grains. Eventually these pastures and meadows must be again put to grass in order to husband the productiveness of the soil. And these-pastures must tlien ha stocked,-that the grasses may Ibe consumed ana as an imperative aid to the maintenance of soil fertility, the restocking process wall niturally' be slow and will not he 'unc}ertaken until that period which will'^foirow the war. In the meantime,-."thii -cattle stock of Great Britain, of Fi-ance, of Oermany and ot the pt^er,countries will steadily decline in Jiuniliers' and condition. And it Is alreaidy asserted by those, who are Informed ,on live stock matters here and abroad that United States will he dra'wn, upon for breeding animals to replenish those depleted stocks. In fact, a start has already been made in t�%t direction. We have. In an initial -way, opened trade relations wltl� Argentina and have made several shipments of high class stock with gratifying results. The lack of shipping facilities -alone has prevented, this trade : taking on large proportions. . Brazil offers an inviting field f"? l*avIn�*�IlsentinientiUid6,-'iWouldbeiriipOs�W^^^ ' s� i' find a mvi* dettrabie investment t^an.' thtt inewi ' Vifctoiy Bond*. - UH TH? MRCftWTS BANK Head Office: Montreal.'. OF CANADiA: Established :18a4.' LEIHBRIDGE BRANCH, ' . . R. J; DINNINC, MarinSer. MONARCH BRANCH, - > . - V. A. EBEULY, Am!i�(! MwiB��^^ ^loy^ .or .retains in his sejc^joe any man who has deserted or la absent without leave-from the; Canadian Expet|lt)(pnary -�. J'jjroa. IPt:-Who jB.a!ln delault in > lbV:iptfrt6rmanife'*2^ ai/jr gallon or reaulrement .for reporting or. for military service! Imposed upon him by the; Act or Regulations, or any proclamation' "thereunder, shall 'bo guilty �� an offence panishaljie on suhimary conviction by lab �prlBonmeht not. exceeding.^ix months, or by a penalty of not leas than Ono Huudr;od Dollars, and ot I -not more than Five Hundred Dollars, ion- by both such imprisonment and fine, unless-uch'person ^ove>.thal ho made due Inqulry-and that THB MIIilTARY SERVICE PAPERS rsSUED'BY.THB RBQISTRAR OR THE MILITARY AUTHQR-ITIPS .TO .THB.MAN.SO EMPLOYED OR RETAINED . IN HIS SERVICE WERE PRO-DUCBD FORHIS INSPECTION, and, that It was ;^ea8onably established to his satisfaction by suchVinquiry and papers that the man' was- not- a deserter or. absent framwthe . .force . with'out leavoi or In default in respect ot any of the obUgat;on8 or roQUh'e-mentfl aforesaid." "106a. Every person who HARBOUaS -OR CONCEAL^ OR IN ANY way .ASSiaTS '^oWs^��"t leave from the canadIAN �aaE>�DITlONAttY Pq|lCE, , or ud of not more than Five Hundred Dollars, or by both. such impHsonm'ent and fine, unless' auch '.^person ^prove that he Was not tttMicmnd hftd' no reasonable gmttad to suspect that 'th� man- 8^ harboured, concealed, or assisted was a desertsr or'. absent' from the forces \rlthout leave or in default in respect of aqy of the obligatiotis or requirements aforesaid." , I. ... M^ITAIIT: ^BRVICB BRANCH. A JPro^perous Gi^ --$50,000,000 wohh of Grain and other'field products pass annuity through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Fanner, are you putting aside � littleJpr the lean years which will come? Buy � Victory Bond or tw6 and.see that your Will is properly drawn. ' " The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, tAOMIISiiCTRATOR. ASSIONEC arc. HEAD OFFICE, SIS. FirtM 8THC�T �. . CETHBRIOGE.,ALBERTA ' PHONI IMS ' Wholesale and |(et�l D^ifi Latlbf: Shinies, Moulduift and ' cWiutf ptf RiifeAft WHO PRICES, Ai^Ss. Etc.^'' HEAD OFFICE ANt) OlSTRIBUTiNQ VAftt),dsTRNtll THIRD ^ Mftiut AND SEVENTEENTH Bl^Rett, i:^%��lRij||B. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALOALE, CHIW^^tTb MARN. WRLL,V;AT^TH?8E PP^NT� we HAjNOkf ^^l^ifVd (MATER- * 1 AL�-HARDWARE ANP FAR^ 4MPLEil5�jT�. .. " > BQX; 189, OR PHONE 516, UTHBK|tis| . - MM ��.t.f>.v. vm. ;