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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETimmnCiF. DAIi.Y HERAMl SA'ITHDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1018 OF INTEREST TO THE P.. A PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS -L'J UlU.llI :i,Ci:U nisi in each case. No i fi'CiIUiir to plus. Whom nppnrontlv � v..!:: ma,!,, lor (It.' pir.��f�'t.�- i. Dili ,y the I'. l-\ A., by P. Tumlum. Ex Vic Last evening wo attended a lar.ee I > meeting of fr.rtwr* at >\-  Km I.rtl;. hridtro i.ncal. The ,pt. v,:i !> r i�*r,itivn !::..�!' > ' - lotus." Tit" . ;i-t of let! or at tho ntootir.K w.is il. IN u-.t- :'�>r = Association, had lio?n pit upon th" stand and p'imped dry as to tho It-K.tI phases of tlio s:!',:::t;o!i. one rat!!':' , studious ol'l farmer i'r'."ti.l casually passed the remark, "It �"pih�.psstv of bis i limited thinking powers lor a rpmpdy. I how often liavo we onnie to the same ' conclusion "It ir. up to the farmers." ; Only rerently thp locals surround- , infi Lothbralgo have I'een tryintt to H"t together n Inisinc-'- organization . so that they can pet nlvanta^e of ro-j operative trading. Mf-tin^ after! mePtinR has boon lielti. Some little prepress ha^' lieen niado lm; the object sought for lias not yet b"o:i ao-! '.omplished. Will it be? ' It is up to tho farmers " | In connection with the expansion ' ot irrigation in Southern Alberta, much !;as been done. p:irtiid�:"al'l � momy on ^ oys. Certain ; ..tilarly ail.mi'.l i :! \". ever be done'.' W.-U it Is up to the fa nr. ." And so we might ;.o n:i tUrv:-. '� '. list of the important t!,!rv !.(.!' .. to !>.' ai'-'onipllsiied. On" n; that .n tiie orit.'tiiie.l f.�nr."t   a a A>so.'ia!ion tlint is tiil�'.|tt.r- :. '. s'tti.itjon tin.I lhat sees :io>  \- tli " must be done in th" In.'' iv ; a leivhty denun'racy. Ti'.t: ' ' � telliirent enoticii and u�].-* ji -i v. :. i . I!a!>!e to destroy if; ?�''.�! � :: .;. � � id1'.ir from o'at.it'.i;l:i'.i; imlei .' ,.';' ies: |hilt will r.l.lllaite i;s bu ins'itiitiov.s in a j.t-t an I . oiiiic manner; that It wiil adapt it^� to the. local needs of its mten'�il> f�ivl. Kttf>* :h2ra .'t-'i b.-^edrn K^i'i's Oisras.i A^ray \> t don't c.v;w-.rner.t nt.r.i iiv.i un* "PRATT3"-tkf ttmo-teatfU �� pre.vlu^e*r and rati*, -^ur*' ionic. Try it at our r'.sti. At -oi.r .1->oii on car� of Poultry. It's rr.i:?: li s and . iitdn-'- : 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 111 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $j0; 20 yean to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALUN CAMERON, C�n'J SopL CM It* So lit St. E*lt, CALGAAY us time ttoes on it w.Il tho pre:1.! economic, s and national problems as to he best r-uit-'d ami intelligent peopli. this bn done'.' "It is up to th--' farmer*." fince v.ritim; ti'.-' a! ov,. -,ve boon to our '.arm i;i t'.ie b> , Coalda'.e Hist:.. '.. V.'e have hundre's of s'a'ks of Ah'alfa dot the tioid- of tin; loea!� y. in this il;y y-ar can trniy '  � "The Veritable Garden Spot o 1'rovitiee." U'e have tio the fanners have done in :'.� , that has been wrottch:  locality was haM [::.,:; minds eye. knowiiu: V.'i-"i>r;i c as wf do. we rea'.i.; � ;..c a believable chances da" to ;.  ors efforts since tve ;i;-.t country now more than i ic Great areas of '.he bar- i � Uavo been converted in.-> waiving {train. �u'- -;.�:r bulldinEs have supplatiti d steaders shacks. Thrivintr .-iti-villaffos (lependir.ir iimoti 'he try and efforts of the fartmv: b. : grown as by mapie. so the." v.-.> . truly say that individualiy the ors efforts have fulfilled the n.i-gutne oxp'.'Ptations. The pow-.-r' ' bo" reasoned correctly 'a'!'1 ;i '. v > F'ilvpi'1 that If they could {.-ot t::^ f; mors settled upon l!i>- 1 a:. ! t .  would then be "up to'!,;. and that Individualiy they ,-.�', i p. Koo 1. and they have don-� so. ita-the farmers of Wostrrn Canada a:.' get the real benefit of their � an individual capaci'y. they ni'>=' 1- -t to do what the farnv-rs of th" \'.'e.i Continent havo not y�-t !;("�)) : do successfully, and that id to a-.l a collective capacity. When we review tho work that t farmers have accomplished these lines. be>r!nnin:; with th- t toba Grain Growers bad', in J !�"':. a little later th? Pasha! -h'-wnn a Alberta Partners Orttiiv.'. ila-r.:. .. when lira contrast the clmotie .'on-, ion existing among the f.irr:;.as dozen years ago with oar pr�'; in{? to other organizations, poritl'-.i! uitd otherwise must be determ.a and errors in any orin of these m many other Molds may n-sui; in ,j, ai-ter. Havo we Biilllel. ;it int lii.;--.'j. and patriotism and s-lf deiral to i r,((ual to tho oceaslon? , "It Is up to the farmers." ent eon-amount throtu'h in the iiwlln-'d farmers dlectiv" Miss ri*"�i'et Pro-ojito 17 nf ,'�rv�ui ur Raiwlown-whmt a ecrotort to Vnow that Wiararol* can sir* you the n�� tiaalth and naw vitality you stad. Tha raaaon la aailly undantood-Wlncarnla U a Tonic, a IlittoratWa. a BUk>,1-inakar and a N�rva-butld��-alt In one. ThW fourfold comtlnotion glvet It a .'e>ir. /uld powar. It promotaa ntw itrangth. It makes new blood. It build* uo new ntr\e farca, and It aaicharvas tha wltota body with new vitality, 'i'hat ic why Wlnrr.rnls make* you feel wall io qulrkly. Tha banent );e't';r-.,\ with vhu vary firat d'j��. You curt faal It doifiir you good. And tha health that WlneamU rrfmotea ti lasting health -tiot a teraporary patidilntf \i\r r.oi. a ti.^-n "flaah-ln.the-ima,"-but Tea), new. vlaorfjun ht-Rldi. Wlocamli rontaln* tha very t-Ifments of v/hh-h ur bodtea are rompoaad and It l.aa ) fc^ tbesn v/ ': t m inlt � th. 11 , would soon Slave Now. a casual 2 and ." wttlniut i I ,ot I. wou'al sa v dad !'-'> i' or seejni; Lot-ompariii-- them '.villi !l;-.t I '.o-y M c �" a;it ;;u oi to-for i - i At [�a: . \\'!l!i tin t''" puni-eed and iii lieaitltj condition ami apparently lioiu.'t i,>;rl> well, an a would perhaps jitmp to th.. ( f',u'!usu�i that lh" p-rweed v. a-'- p;ii\iin: a sat i-faelory food. I hit when these lot* are .'ora]'..o'e,l v.'ilh the ursl lot. we �'n.i 'hat the inc\. ceil r".!iHel tho tiiiaiP | ... j oi interior tlibera tr-od f y: ^e"d j ;l, , the Importance of this law | .,,.'. appreciitted by many, 'i';m u.-." j polatoes tali! ti from the hal'.'. � : op. year after year, toil 11>" I ' i will eve'itllallj lead lo yields \ � i- liOliltors. ;,tltt tllKgiiiit time th" threat op-� lor seei| select ion  . offci'e,!. .. protlitcl of each le.n' spread [ ��oil It I:'- an easy matter to I �it those planls tIt.t' ii tve |-,iveti | �c-�l yield of the mo.t desiraltle \ notivto and are t.. .. (rom td, ' Tiie potatoes ft out su. h plant' athl be ttath'ted ami -aved be.' ......I the folios in-... j.vu-. Tlii;' ,.f seed nt d'ii-.iyau: lime nit-.y i many as an e\i ;a p-iithm tin: � ��, b of worL. but it it- not. i. less ;n in il la'.iov :il!,i"b".l .cloctitui at the tin'., of 111" ' .u'vest than '� here \r by pi :e � .-a Otbel' 111. tioaI of .-a! 1 Selei � i ai't'.ierniO"' . Hie :��; t!!-. from ; v t'.on i'--'e rea~otiair>- ci-rlain with other nieth'M-t there i (.peclllalillll. I'll well to waeh 7 OF CANADA When will Yon Save II you don't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no (iou'oi increase, so will your expenses -and many (Ind that Uie latter more than keep pace villi tho former. Mow Ir, the time to siatt a Reserve Fund -and the oavitipi Department of the Union Bank of Canada Is tha pliico to keep (t. Dcpcrdt the nxlrri yen have on hand now-you can open en iccuuni -i'ttV. any sum. down to one dollar- and draw lntefo.it o�IL LETHEJRIPGE flHANCH ......... F. W. Nicholson, Manager CARDSTON UKANCH .............. F. V. Cavers, Mnnnger BAflONS BRANCH ................ S. D. Griffiths, Manafler Tie ' hi:! . e ; > f.'ti on tli've . ei't)--. alone while �'. 'iiy -p riiut - tr.tt'-'l !h"ir saiu'l .-c.>m..oooi i n- o(1 lm, ii"- aes, ;1. w i  ;e ti n.i I >! f K' '.vob.iil d" well to witt.-b lio-ajv for is- ine.-e nci-.c.-j-hincut than lairely in- i-ptii>r..'.lt>" Kood plant:. 'r;,,'...... |,.,r to 'con up ijieiv pritfin-i! we'aht vested and saved apna fr,m (ju. main com I'.'ision is thort fore reacin-d crop, icav becom-' :!m ;;;alei dad�: of |.-K.v�>e,i a.....Is ar" not w\e".'a li'io j>.j'..'t > Ileitis in the future. I i at th-iteir ew' el eal AUCTION SALE OF farm Stock, Implements, Furniture ON THE NORTHWEST QUARTER Or SECTION 20. TWP. 10. KGE. 23. ABOUT FOUR MILES SOUTHWEST OF NOPLEFOHD AND THREE MILES NORTHEAST OF MONARCH. ON TUESDAY, OCT. 15 AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP ! ty m-idini'. 1 ITat lbs., s y ars oil; 1 c.ray re'ldlne. 1 la ' lbs.. ' y. ;-,. old; 1 it.iv t;, Mini;, l'-'ea lh-,, ;i years "id; 1 liny mi,loir r.'ntl !! '. il' >"::..-; oht; 1 brown mare wi'it colt. 1150 lbs, 7 y.-nrn; 1 hi own mare with colt, limn lbs., s years; 1 brown mart with colt, 1 l"ii lbs., 'a years; .", mare colts. ^ years old; 1 K^IdinK. - >>-ars old; I 1::::."" :-. finv.'o d ; 1 bundle ni!:� ;>!. - . 1!; !: s, , arj.-ts, nickb-w if'-; f.-.tp far-, etc. T Ell MS CASH JOHN BANNINK. Proprietor LUNCH WILL BE SERVED J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer C f! a r i'.O. Ti i 1 er; lag a OF CANAD, HEAD OFFICE - TORONTO tST D 117 3 This Hank offers every facility in the conduct of accounts, of manufacturers, farmers and merchants. SAVINGS Di'.l'AKTMl-NT at every Branch. 235 :p!e ! lie J. C. SCOTT, Managrr - air "i' l.l. : to :, Sift EDMUND WALKER. ^1;^ S'R JCHt^i Al"' C. V O.. LL.D.. D.C.L, Pr�idemK( It) V. C I'PGv?'' H V. 1'. JONE3. Aii'lOen-L Manner X! per tin COLLECTION BUSINGS Our numerous braticlies and v. idespread connections enable this Bank to render unusually its Helent service in making collfctions. w�w " " ' ----- K. i. !',MH,er, Manager - - - - J. U. S. Cordon, Manager .....J. V. Steele, Manager tllil'i icij't li Hiaiitii s/ariH't' IMaiich -Milk River Branch INSTRUCTED nY THE EXECUTOeii OF THE J. W. Johnston Estate TMC UND!-::;5IGNr.O WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION OM SiICTIGN 1., TO WITS HIP 'J, RANGE 15, 81 MILES SOUTHEAST Of- TA0Eft ANIj I'J MILES SOUTHWEST OF PUHPLE SPRINGS, ON TUESDAY, OCT. 8th THE FOLLOWING: STOC1'. -I lea.-: toied I'ercliortm titd 11 inn. ii yiatrs, vveU'.HI 1so0; all It.lire t -Mppo lo bo v.'i'll I'liill 1 tlltlt'U llllll'n. it J'tflirs, Widltlll I i:,'a; 1 }-l�w; 1 .l-.HiHttlon lovt.r li.tnitu a; 1 hairo'.v cart; 2 wct'tlcra; 1 pucltttr; 1 McCormlelt uutw-er; 1 Met'orniiek take; si-Is work humous;! 1 htil (liniioi'ial liar-ite.'ti; 1 :-e| . inch- dii.iii!, hurticss; 1 ft It.p. (iitlltnvuy utiulnc; t Iced c.iindcr; I I'.iiinie.a mill; J jorw, 1 anvil; 1 net (lolttirnera; 1 di itinera'. new; 1 hn;ti;y; I net. Iinlislidirlis; 1 small sleigh; 1 ;ji/, v.'ukuii, not'.; '. i',', v.apona; 1 p.riiln timk; 1 tmintirc sprttadttc, now; 1 t:;tri|.'it ciil.ivitioi', new; I, lljtlisc Kenlticky [iresH ilrlll, new; 2 KixMi dis a; I x'.ij h.p. (iiiitiui', ntiw; 1 hnlli lull; 1 tlullowny crnuiii mi parator; 1 : tool laiif.e, new; 2 lieallnit Httives; I l-'octl car, 1017. I'm it it tti" iti.tl lion: ehitld ipinil:-. anil olltt't' ttflli'les (im lninmr-tut t lo mention. KALE AT it O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH AT NOON TEH MS � Cattle fl.it.li. All put'cl..iH*8 of $30 aitcl under each; ever that .itnotttil tune will l>..- tjw.n until October list, I9l3i un npptovetl scotii ity. Idtoreit 10 ret c-nt. 10 per cent, diacount for cash. II. B. TAI NT E ft, Clerk USaKeSKSaelaiaiaW W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctionotr 9 ;