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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm PACE EIGHT THfe LETmniS^e: VATLY HERALD SATURDAY, N0\T5MBER 9, OF INTEREST f 0 THE FARMER . This aygtem Wtts derviaed by Mr. W. A. ^cott, Who Uhtll recently has '(By Flank D. Topiion, Bditcr The Shorthorn In America) Tlie question ot'^^rmanfliicy in'ihe beet IndUBtryHij rfejpeatSdly' dIsouBsed, The hope of the oisisf'grower tk nal turally that the deJlSajul tor beef will' been connectad'^witb the Union Bank of Canada.', , 4;; i . : ... 'l Mr. Spott tbrioiigh hla dealings with the farmer lij the capacity ol hank ihaiikgier (or the Itlst ten yeiara, Saw: the neflMsUy of al slihiilei^ccui^te be sufficient to hold tihe i>rlco on a level that win| onis'ure fairly liberal .profits. The proB^e^ptlyo investor in beef-maklnB properties. BOrvbya the field and studies t^iiVitrospeols before making his i|ive�t|^e^: Will it con the whplS D0mliii6n of ^Cdiiada. � The systei^ isi prefadfed with coin- � plete Insfnictloiii as td howfit should he kept, one reaches de(i;|iit(^,c6ucIUBions. A pMulittr situation .-now affects ;the beef Industry. Thousands ot men engaged in beef projludtiott in tiiis country iare required-tq;?goJifhtly on the beet diet in' conformance with the government edict. The purpose of the fefferUl testriclibtlS^B ta pfovlde and safeguard an adequate supply for the flglitlng forces bf,.ttlie Allies. The evidence of a reduced .'iVailable supply at the spurce tiatuirally , inclines values upward. Su� reodgniiing that %' (each btanch of the farm enabling the , ,,,.,u, . _, , ,__ farmer to see at, a glance his actual *'^"f"�n -l^T^^^^'- profit and'loss lii each, department, "ff/,.?? '^f^i^^^KT.i''lv ootitalns -ledger inventory and depart- �f. '.'^f'J^ "^\l"f *l'w^^f n,1 thJ inental profit and loss account. The dent It .becomes. that this is not the .hook contains a complete statement ?T,r ?L'I^L'^fr^i ,ff�. : of account - receivable and account* ]:Zl ^n^^ZH h,^ ^ J t payable with full instructions how the S^'L r^il^?,^u'^& ILTLI ! same are to be dialt with. ili iro,t 1 i;*fh^'lk�,� h-Th^ , The book is designed to last the ^o^^ average farmer for a period of flve,^^J."'� , years. There is no use in stating that *M� t . BUbh a �v�tem �honid he ...Bed. The I ^Uf^ . n?t pcoompjished m a as �well as" every other business man I to keep books otid provides a penalty , for falluice to-do so. The/system re-i ferred to la simple,, accurate and thorough and can be kept easily by all ' farmers, -., A famer.iwith the,use ot this system cih ibmplle'hiis owi/income tax ; atateiheata'&ccurately and without any legal oxp^nge. The book recommended by banks and financial men throughout the entire Dominion of Caiiada. Farmers will And it much easier to ', borrow to the extent that their posi-; tlon should enable them to do,- when this'book; prop.erly kept. Can be pr6^ tluced for their.hfenk manager's inspection; We Btrbngly recommend its purchase and nse by each and every fVmer. "'^j' .-*-T--^--- : Miss Ahni.e "Atkinson, an Edmonton nurse, died of InHuenja. She was a native of Wifi^tpn, Ont. � tBuy, a> VJctpry Bond). ,4 P'WUl nrdteot your'ponltry and live '^itook from Berm dWeaaes. Spray the: roasts, nest Da�:es ana dropping- Wards, and rid the poultry houses from � lice and mites. Biipecially valuable (or.,treatment of colds, canker and other, aerlbus ponrttry diseases. ' ' At your dealer's In 1 gal. and 1 qt. canK � . Write for FREE Book. , � Pr-^t Food Co. of Canada, LImttad, S30S Otrlavr Aye., Toronte. P-27 NeTer�fiuliiig ReiMiilf for IndicMtion,.stomach ^ ,_______ Appeadidtisahd Kidney Stones are often cauaed far Qall Stones, and mislead ^ple nntU thone bad attafcka td Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one iii ten Gall Stdne 8uffereratFkno#� what is the trouble. ,lkIarla|t'B Specific will cure witbont pain or oper-. .ation. Fer .Sale at. all, OruQ.' fliata. Ftecommanded by J. D. Higlnbotham A bb., Limited, DruBOiati, Lethbrldae, Alia. J.W. N4ARLA-TT&f:;;nibBt active and prosperoua obarjipteiv; ;,that,, the call tor workers !ot ali^$iasBes will be so great as to ' e'hSiirfe'.'iieiij^^^^^ all who are capabl^,:';wl0i hlgb wages an inevitable inoldent. ^ We do notlneed ^^be told that beet consumption' here; Jn bur own lan^ would be raucit grei^ter '-were it not for the food coiiB^^ation program, And who-is sO b^ind:War is over, -; steaks and roasts which forego,' Home consumption will certainly expand, for we will feel justified in satisfying our appetites. There Is one phase of the matter that iB :\ot generally referrt"''.,>i-;'^' liuMI ^MEIIUN. �w1 UpL tKR Imk V �'3f\iit S*. fast. CALCARV ation Wisely presents tlirougli the | hay there is on an avei-ago 4 pounds of .press an analysis of tlie feort content' dlgeBtlblc crude protoin, 41.4 pounds of a,quart of milk, a pound of cottage ioC carbohydrates, and J.I pound of fat. cheese, a quart of ice cream, and we ; In green oat hay we find that there is irivest oiir money tlirougii a ^p.nse of, 4.8 pound.-i of crude protein, .38.1 dtity,� "l happeo'to be (n a position to know that the beer-i)rodiu;ing hiter- pounds of carbohydrates, and 1.7 pound of tat. This would show that there i.s very estB of thb United .States are eonsld-j little difference in the feeding value orlng a campaign of education inform-1 of wild upland hay, and green sheaf jng the public of the noees.sity and oat';. However, there must be taken in-eeonomy bt a meat diet whenever the ; to consideration the fact that very prices decline sufficiently to warrant little prairie h-.xy is h-arvested but has BUch' an appeal to the readlns public, some old dead grasB in it, and where And the effect Will hi;, .-is it ha.t been .such is the case the food value is )es-in the other casen referred to and | sened just; that much. Witli aheaf oats oountJess others r.'ot mentioned, to ' it ia practically always clean and con- AN INVESTMENT YOUTL NEVtR REGRET OR FORGET A -welcome inteiest return brings a 'Victory Bond pleasantly to your'notice every six months. The repayment ot the principal is certain. The security is unquestionable. Invest ail the money at ypur disposal. Buy till it iiurta. This 1918 Victory Loan will negd every dollar you iiave in order to surpass all former records. BUY VICTORY BONDS. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1859 lethbridge BRANCH.......- W. A. PARKER" Manager magrath BRANCH............j. k. atkinson,'Manager \ card8jon BRANCH.......-.....W. r. McKAY, Manager tain.s no old or foreign material. This is the factor that must be considered In basing the comparatlve^Value of the two-fodders. While If both are cut when prime and the praii'ie" hay i.^ ab- from 0 to 40 per cent, of old material, depending on whether the land ..has been cut over the previous year or whether it lias been uncut for one or more year�. Taking this into consider-. Holutely clean, there is little to choose ation. green oat sheave.h should aver-between the two, as the percentage of ago about 15 per cent, more In value-dead grass In the prairie hay Inci-eases than prairie hay. its feeding value is lessened; because ---- there is a percentage of dead grass in Rev. Father .1. Bovlu, Roman Cath-i prairie hay that cannot be avoided-| ollc priest at Pontes. SasU., died from a percentage that will rim anywhere I penumonia. � VICTORY LOAN 1918 It is the duty of every citizen to purchase Victory Bonds, and this Bank is prepared to assist wage earners by making loans for this purpose at 5}4%, being the rate  the^bonds bear. Wherever possible, the^ bonds will be held for safe-keeping, on ijehalf of small subscribers, for one year, Without charge. ThI canadian bank of commjerce Are You a Shareholder in Your Country? lll/HEN you subscribe for Victory Bonds, Canada offers you shares in Canada. These are Canada's bonds, with a fixed period to run, and prepayable; in full at maturity, just as a Government bill is repayable on demand. But, unlike the Government bill, Victory Bonds pay you interest at 5}^% all the time you hold them. ^ TTii* space made available for ihe ttte of Victory Loan by courtesy of Union Bank of Canada. mm THE STAHDARD BANK SaT'D 1*73 OF CANADA HEAD OpriCE - TORONTO We advise the purchase of Canada's Victory Bonds as a safe and profitable investment in addition to being a help to your country. Any Branch o( this Bank will take ^. your �ubtoription without cbardB. J. C. SCOTT, Manaaer a, F. BLETCHBR. Manneer ?. EILLINGTON. Manager a. A. CURRIR. Accountant-in-clinrge 13lh St. North. 4tli Avenue South. New Dayton, Alta. CoaUmrst, Alia. VICTORY BONDS An Investment Reconunended V By Every Bank In Canada The only real diflPerence between twenty $6 Government bills and a $100 Victory Bond is, that the Victory Bond pay? 5}ifi> interest. The security is exactly the same. Behind both bills and bond are the total resources ofithe-l)onjjnion. , Leaving (ill sentiment aside, it would be impossible to find a mors dei�rabIo investment than the new Victory Bonds. " fH� MCRCHANfS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF LElHBiirocife, BliANCH: MONAR^HiJURANCH,^ .NOBLEFOkp BRANCH, . CANADA. . Established 1864. R.J. DINNING, Mmfe^er. V. A. EBERLY, Actio| M>o��er. ..,M. A. KILPATBICK, Actintf rvianager. NOTICE Military Ser'vice Act, 1917 EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT The following Regulations, recently approved by the Governor General in Council, impose strict obligations upon every employer TO ASSURE HIM-SELF THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIPTION IS IN POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING THAT HE IS NOT IN AtJY WAY IN DEFAULT ONDER 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 AUTilORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTIDN at the time when the employee was taken in td his^employtnent, and that it was reiason-ajbly established ^6 his satisfaction that the man was n|jt in default under the Military Service Act. It should be! clearly .utidexstood that ^he Canadian Registration Certificateis given on June 22, 1918, at ^the time of gen