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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Page eight TH\ LGTHBme^B DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, WIS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER SCOn'S SIMPLIFIED 1 WILL OUR BEEF HERDS ! PAY AFTER THE WAR? FOR THE FARMERS: This system was devised by Mr. W. A. Scott, who until recently has heen connected with the Union HmOi of CmiadR. Mr. Scott through his denlmcs with tho (armor in the rapacity of bank malinger for the last ten years, saw tho necessity uf a simple, accurate accounting system. Me ."punt over a year in perfecting mid copyriKhtiim the above mentioned system, which i� meeting with large sale throughout the whole Dominion of Canada. The system is prefaced with complete instructions us 'o how It should l>o kept, contains a copy of the Ilomin ion Government income tax law as It effects the farmer, showing just what deduction* can bo made on nceouut of depreciation, had debts, etc . as well as a lot of other useful information for the former. 'ViiU system has been so eompil-d so a-1.1 ?*.>� ! � >r ,e count r'-'ehablo and .imni'iN Pif.'bl" "(fit full iu�irti( tloti- how ;>>e same are to lie deal! �v|tli Til- book ik designed to In ' isveraije farmer for a period .>f >.' \ ear.- There is no use in htattnu tt� it Mirh a sy-iem should be used. I'm-law of our country compel.- a fanicr .ih well a* every other hti-iiies, ui.ni t.� keep hooks and provides a penalty for failure: to do *tem ;--i'erred to is .-imple. n..ur.it. .,'>{ thorough and can be kepi easily by all fanners. A farmer with the use of this -ys-tern ran compile his own Income tux tiitements accurately sin J without any Icr.i! expense. The book Is recommended by banks and financial men throughout the entire dominion of Canada. Karmers will tlnd it niu v.irv> beef-making prope field ami studies making his invest tinti" to pay is tio lor existing values I'pon an analysis one reaches ilefinli peeuHur situation now beef Industry. Tionisamls of Lea gaged In beef production it; this c try are required to go lightly on beef diet it: conform.irict� with government cdi�t The purpose of federal rcstri. fions is to provide s.n.saard an adequate supi'.v for somnls with hi dispose can spa like prosperity ; wife and she of as many of o. and not work Tho trutt grower of the Hfettlc. Const appeals,to our taste throliBb beautifully illustrated literature pertaining to the sunkist products of that favored climate, and how willingly we remit for a quantity, The dairy association wisely presents through the press an analysis of the food content of a qunrt of milk, n pound ot cottage cheese, u quart of Ice cream, and we groatly stimulate the consumption of tyeof. In doing so, a wise and eniliir-ftig service will bo rendered to our people and to the industry. Will -linn he him. the situ..; mclus'ons affects -.1 s aim to ;ord as he ard diii-if I- 1;in: :U,i; �'.1 Mr innni'f :,.v it l>.':T>v 1 l:eir h:i\ for >-'T �> per ton husband admits that 1 -ht of ilia-. If they have a the win: ho can � ili.in he liai : the i r.d tho Ti sup- tin Miss Annie Atkinson, an Kduionton tiurso, died of influenra. She wuj a native of Wlarton. Oni (Buy a Victory I'.ondV y$ Disinfectant ^VUl protrct your poultry and S.vr| s'.o^k from r*rm di��-tu�s. figiitliig forces of tho Ail:"-.  v:.lenre of a reduced available pi-. .1! the source naturally in. v.ilies upward. Hut recognizing the sltualioii I- abnormal, the ore- anah .;es it and the mote ;:, .'-.on that Is obtained, the mor, dent 1' become.- that this i- no re-nit of v.-,ir aloni' l-"or instance luiiil ho" often tin' -tory liii.- he� n repi .Mid. but may I biieflv refer to f lii-re'.'i there v.a-'' breaking up of t':e range her.l-.ud the -liipping :" a large percentage of the ranch rutil" to the market p'ar-� - Till- was riot accomplished ill a i|l>. It coven'1 a period of year--. Hon �e!) no remember rniw. that the market authorities and agricultural ad. li-ers sent out "anting after warning of the ultlma'e etfeet of this diminishing process They said, in effect, that the time, would soon come when there would not be cat tie enough to go around. Hut few believed them anil fewer still heeded th-ir warning*. The years slipped quickly by. Thousands of trainloads of cattle, very few of which were either of marketable age or condition, wore dumped on the markets. While this process was going on tho tendency of the prices was inevitably downward. The warning?, increased. They came from numerous sources. There was a general note of alarm and a d'co-slvc and concerted effort was made 1 to check tho depicting practice and 1 to Induce farmer* of the eornboli. rot ! ton growers of the south, who bad suffered from the ravages of the boil I weevil, and farmers in the Now Ft-j land and Atlantic States, to engage ' in beef raising. ! Thiti effort to ,m 1 xtent Was effective. The farmer* appealed to wcje stimulated not, -0 much by a patriotic motive as b> the profits assured. The r. She re-clt his .y-tfji ever obtain-inilh's folks And ,0 has inert- ;as.e. (he wife suggests th.:t it would a good ;:;u.' to sell tile stock and tho feed and ge' out of deb:. If they have no mortgage the husband intimates that it wouldn't be a bud deal : to reduce the stock, considering what ' in' could get for the corn and hay. ami try .mil buy tin- eighty that joins them. [ for he reasons t,..;! l.nnl that doesn't.--cem to have advanced much as yet j is r(.ft >jit to go higher. J In o'her words :!.e Inducements to, -�'i ..'iv to ver so g'eai. and II re-! sni: .- some coura::e mul a great deal' refrain from cashing in 1 -cat :ittraclivi> market" Iding to the ! invest duty. I happen to be know that the bc. one c uisola'i' a 0:1 til" �aHie lo rir;;. in main �'. vailin ; priie.-. o lor the e::'::c plains country : i.isj year, a .'.: surpassed in its previous iltvmli the past ilevHile I petletl '.' llUl'ell'l . cattle were ru-di depleted coildtii a fraction tio't and are convcrt-sio, ,\ ,,nd their farm 1 'in \ oil blame them? o,':i -rtunity that they during tlie years they of V.�ler;etn-,'d dining � r more. U'li�t hap-if thousands ^of ' llio market in 11 and sold for only they would huvi AN INVESTMENT YOU'LL NEVER REGRET OR FORGET A welcome interest return brings n Victory Hond pleasantly to your notice every six months. The repayment of the principal Is certain. Tho security is unquestionable. Invest nil the money at your disposal. Buy till it hurts. This 1:HS Victory Iaian will need every dollar you bare in order lo surputa all former records. BUY VICTORY BONDS. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 LETHBRIOGE BRANCH........W. A. PARKER. Manager MAGRATH BRANCH............J. K. ATKINSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH - - - '.........W. R. McKAY, Manager NOTICE Military Service Act, 1917 EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT i-pptr� boarJa. ivn-1 nil the i�".a!-l [try bnu*r� fr�Krt nr� and ti.un. K'.i!4�iAlir valii�.t.tpecuic gall Stone? *K *a M  oastrtictive aml-r way, population  increasing .. tie tn.oie vo Tin n I'jtii' demand for cla-�cs. an t:ties Industn in started lo sped up i ing industries e I'nili I'he 11!.. . ! Olio:' mo-':., !.- A-. re ii'-i-ient, th--attractive. With  t!:, j,in oha-ing if tne wage �as tin' iv kno*!.' Ilea! a, i mica! Th.-v r lre.sed Xl-titlg !go the lion !:i in necessity of ' ion !:i order to tide Mui unparalleled situ-�ognue thai beef and eats van be imported, conditions, mote coo- ii The following Regulations, recently approved by the Governor General in Council, impose strict obligations upon every employer TO ASSURE HIMSELF THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIPTION IS IN POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING THAT HE IS NOT IN ANY WAY IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT. An employer who is charged with having a defaulter in his employ must be able to prove THAT THE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS ISSUED BY THE REGISTRAR OR MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION at the time when the employee was taken into his employment, and that it was reasonably established to his satisfaction that the man was not in default under the Military Service Act. It should be clearly understood that the Canadian Registration Certificates given on June 22, 1918, at the time of General registration, in no way define the status of a man under the Military Service Act. REGULATIONS. suit: The consumption of meals In re at home increased and iii.Ti-.eol rap-Idly--!" such an exietii. in fact, t.iat our exports did not leach the \oliiuto that the demand abroad required. Tills THE Nmr-Failiag Rearf/for Appendicitis IwWfestion, Stomach Disorder', App*ndicitU and Kidnev Stones �r* often caused by G�ll Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not ont in t�n Gall Stone Sutfertre know* what ii the trouble. Marian's Specific vrlll cure without pain or operation. For Sale at all Drug-gists. Recommended by J. D. Hiflinbotham �V C�., Limited, Druggiati, Lethbridf*, Alta. J.W. MARLATT&OOl , Ml ONTARIO ST, TORONTO ONT. | neces.-itatiHl the warring countries to draw the _more heavily upun their own meat produclnK stock and we are officially informed that th, Humbert* of uieat-piadm-fng animal-* in these notion* have been very greatly reduced. Then cuine our own declaration of war and the urnent reo,ue*t that meat-flc*6 day* be ref-o^nized. The re.->pon-e ! Lad been general, but the evidence of lncrea�ed home consumption is not lacking. The earning power* of the indivldualii has Krown to hucIi an extent that many who before were obliged to rl(,'ltlly limit their table expenditures are now able to pratliy their appetite, and feel Justified In .-o ib.-iiiK by the need of Increased enemy. This, in brief, sutns up the situatiun to date, and the niOKt naturiti ipit-ry Is whether the future is .-ul'i'i, ieiitly invititiK to encourage the farmer!* of the I'nited States to j:row lxof. '1 here H an interftstlntc fact in connection with tliia war. Soldier* abroad by the thousatij*. yes by the millions, ju-e being furnished a meat diet regularly for tho first time In their lives. With thiB practice are developed appetite* that will have to bo saiisiiod In the years that follow the war. Another iIiiiik: I have noted that every authority who lias given expires-sion to his viewn in coiiin ot ion with the war aptl the period !Ii.it will follow, has stated with varying oinpha j sis that the several years of ret mi-I etriic.tinn will bo of, u most aclive and prosperous character; that the call i for workers of all classes will be m> j great as to ensure, employment to i all who are capable, with high wages I an inevitable incident. We do not need to be toltl that beef j ! consumption here in our own land ! would lift much greater Were it no! for the food consenaiion program And who Is no blind that he fails to see that we respond to this program Willi greater elmi-i-fulness be-aiiMi- the prevailing price; aru well-nigh prohibitive. It seonu tpiite apparent that If the 'prices we pay over the countei for beef and other meats were reduced twenty per cent., or theraabouta, the consumption of moat normally would , few cents. Ma\�aa�e this �we�tly fraay increase HomeUiing like iit'iy per cent runt tation into the face, neck, arms If Uil� war continues we may look and J>W�ds each day and see how tun, for meatless days to become more redneee. eallownesH, sunburn and wind- frcatictn. Km v,hcn iiie win- is bum disappear and how- clear, .soft and meatless days are no more, and roey-whlte Die skin becomes. Yea!! the prices settle just a little, It is barmlesB.~Ad�erti8ement. i eagerly, wc will untieipaio those in oriler lo husband tiie prodtiotiveiies-i of the soil. Atol iIiomi p^tnie, must then bo ftueked, lhal Hie gra-sos may lie con--iinied and :e an imperative aid to the maintenance of soli fertility, tho re-siocking prnees* will naturally be slow and will not bo undertaken until that p-riod which will follow tho car In the meant Imo. the cattle* i tool; of (Jr.'at Krifain, of Fiance ot (iermany and of the other countries will .it'-adily decline in numbers and ronrtltlon. And It W already asserted by Iho.-e who are Informed on llvo sim!. mal'ers here and nhroad that i'nited Siatei will be drawn upon for breeding animals to replenish thnso LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girl$! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents | depleted ~t(.cl;-i. In fact, a i'tart ha* already been made in thut direction. V" have, In an initial way, opened trade relations villi Argentina and have made several shipment" of high a -dock with gratifying results. The Uol: of shipping facilities alone (no prevented this uade taking on hii'ge proportions. llrazil offers an inviting field for the sale of pure-lin-il i Mil,- of the hcci breeds. The ItrospeetM are u hen the |>r.�.seiit chaotic condition in Mi xieo passes ,and it iiiil.it pass, there v. ill come out of that i-oiiniry a call for breeding stock of beef breeds that will absorb untold numbers. We. tern Canada ii ret|iilr-ing from veer to year greater number.-: of breeding cattle- -a trade that hid- lair to remain permanent. Throiicliiiiit the southern states In tho cotton lutiiitry the elimination of the lever nek annually adds a largo area adapted lo lalllo raising, and diversified farming, which involves tin.-keeping of the herds, i.- being sue. Are You a Shareholder in'Your Country? V17HEN you subscribe for Victory Bonds, Canada offers you shares in Canada. These are' Canada's bonds, with a fixed period to run, and repayable in full at maturity, just as a^overnment bill is repayable on demand. But, unlike the Government bill, Victory Bonds pay you interest at 5 % all the time you hold them. TW� apace made available for the ut* of Victory Loan by eourleiy of Union Sank of Canada. ibt'o 1173 2M Food Will Win the War Squeeze the juice of two lemons fjito a bottle containing threo ounces f Orchard Wliito, shake well, and you 'haw* * quarter pint or the beat bleach-Img and ekln wiitttoljiB lotion, and cooiplMlon benmifler �t very, very �mall cost. * Tour grocer hta tke lemons and ear dnu store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White lor a over, when how juicy Serve your country and your.r,e!f by raising FOOD on the futile plains of Western Cunada. T%e Canadian Pacific Railway rnakce It easy for you to begin. Lands |11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land ' up to fuO; 20 years to pay. Loan toassist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gn'l StfL C.KR l�Ul DOS lit St. Eait, CALGARY STANDARD DANK i% interest. The security is exactly tho same. Behind both lulls and bond arc Ut� total resources of the Dominion. Leaving all sentiment 4sitlc, it would be impotjfiiblo to And ft more desirable investment than, the now Victory Bond*. 1 H? M?RCHANT5 BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established ICCJ4. l.l'lilHUUHJK BRANCH,   H. J. DINN1NO, MniVu^er. MONARCH ISRANCil,   V. A. lillKRl.Y, Acting Mrvm�er. N<;iiL�!I"ORU URANCH. - M. A. KILI'ATRICK, A�ii�.- ';\�*6**- "106.. .Kvery person who cm-,ploy.\ or relaiiiM in his sorVic^ any man who has deserted or lii absent without leave from the Cnnntllnii Kxpeitll'lonary Jt'orcc. , or ivlio In in delnult in lite iicrt'ottniiiHte of any obligation o'- reipiircniPnt lor re-poll inn or tor military service, impose.I upon hint by tho Act or Regulations, or any prof tit-nintion thereunder, shall bo Ktillty of an offence pmilshatito on suiniuary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding six months, or by a penalty of not less than Otto Hundred Dollars, and of not more than Five Hundred DoII.iik. or by both such Imprisonment anil fine, un-le.-m such person proviv-that lie madn title intpiirv'-anil that THH MILITARY SKRVK'IO PAI'KttS ISS1JK1) 11Y TIIK UKdISTIiAH OK T1IK MILITARY AUTHOR-ITIKS TO TI1K MAN  SO KM-I'l.OYKO OR RKTAINKO IN HIS SKRVtCK WKRK I'RO-Dl'CKI) FOR HIS lNSI'HCTION, niiti. that II was reasonably established to his satisfaction by sucli inquiry and papers that tho man was not 11 deserter or absent frqm the force without leave, or iu default iu respect of any of the obligations or requirements aforesaid." "106a. Rvory person who HARBOURS OR OONCKALK OR IN ANY WAY ASSISTS ANY MAN. WHO ] A DKSERT-KR Oil AllSKNT WlTHOl'T I.IOAYK KROM TI110 CANADIAN KXPBDITIONARY FORCi:. or '\vlio Is In default in the performance of any obligation or requirement for reporting or for military aorvice imposed upon him by tho Act or Regulations or any proclamation thereunder, shall be guilty of an offence punishable upon summary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding six months, or by 1.' penulty of not lens than One Hundred Dollars nnd of not moro than Five Hundred Dollars, or by both such Imprisonment and fine, unless such person prove that ho was not aware and had no reasonable ground to suspect that the man ho harboured, concealed, or assisted was 11 deserter or absent from (ho forces without loavc or in default In respect ot any of tho obligations or requirements aloresnld." MILITARY SERVICE! BRANCH. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGN Eg, CTC. HEAD OFFICE, S16 FIFTH STKEET . LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA PHONE A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain .w) other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbrid^e. Mr. Farmer, arc you putting aside a little for the loan years which will come) Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. IMS f P. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Fuuslunf Ltntb* Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLAN8, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD. CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LITHtRIOOB. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALOALE, CHIN AND BARN-WfcLL, AT THESE POINT* WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE ;