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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta it�> PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. 19IJ OF INTEREST TO THE t- up fur ? (Winnipeg Free I'rceai Vrom tirao to time there bobs enthusiastic propaganda for a variety of wheat, which'has app*-.ired under the titles or Alaska. Ki;yi>iiau flutl | lwx* Mummy. Always thf* wheat is to-;1^*- ,,ir yield l�) u> lm.-Oieis ;e the .u'it, ami is a brand now d\s� every. Wiu'ii it was boom oil as Alaska, i: wa? ;p!l 1(1 claimed to haw boon found on Tlv j 1 .shores'.of Alaska, and ^.is :hrrofor�\ 111 especially hardy and ?ni:.tMe northern t-onditiou lias : on uuif�- " a revival of Tin's vhea: in M;tn;:oh.i ; vv and also in - Sa^katt hew.\n. and , patches of it have been found h^re j and there all over tho country, esper-[ ! hilly amoni; the unn-Xnclish speuV { iiig sot tier.*. The si*�d mvius to I a ve come pretty ger.rr.il'iy from N'o:;a Pakotn, and known nailer the nan.e of Alaska. A >amp!-- o; this avus brought io th-' Trro rress r-a : "I !:� -aaiph* locked fia- i. i lit" r>'\ .�f*. wh-'ut. v hi* "a a* or.�� tin--.* was . >V�M LEI MORTGAGE CO.'S PROVIDE THE SEED Farmers of Peerless Turn Out �n Masse to Holp Returned Veteran The llov, A. M. Shannon, who has i been the missionary in the Peerless Uepr.ven:.il" ve-i of district situo last sprinf:. states that lit* has observed with im little decree i J h � - j i L > i Kegitui, (Vf IS. taoi t j;,o.;e companies met ihe pi ovin- _ ;;iv,r:-i;i;iiir \ etdrrday in regard . of interest ami irratitioation the work i � ^ :n n* d;i:^: w *u '-'-e ^e,-l >;raiu situation, and it is m"v up -,o :he hi-ad othee^ of the mm- P-': 1 �'� HialvC tj',f> lie\t HKH'tV 'J'/!t' .f,''U �> I!*..it rural muni, ip.uitv.; of tho IauuI T. K. ,\. and he has on-dca viired in rvory way j>os>ible to assist and encourage it. A splendid j pay: community spirit is beini; fostered lief, ara ondeavorln^ to evade tholr responsibility nn>! are not attempting to pay their indebtedness. �ven UuhikH thoy have Rood crops and are Hnan-clnlly able. They profer to pay the low rata of Interest, five pur cent, which was ohut'Kod by tho government on these advances and use tholr ready money for other purposes. Tho rullocttqn ptufi of tho depart-nicnt, it Is announced, is visiting districts where it is reasonable to expect that collection may ho effected without undue hardship and these collect-ora or� being instructed. U neeessary, to get the amount by seizure, where they are convinced that those indebted are endeavoring to ovade their responsibility, although financially able to THE CANADIAN BANK OF CO SIR EDMUND WALKER, # C.V.O.. LL.D., D,C.L. President H V. F. JONES, AmiGen'L KAniget Capital Paid Up, 115,000,00a ERCE SIR JOHN AtRDr General MuiMcr V. C. BROWN, Sup'i of Cenir&l Wcttsm BrmnchM Reserve Fund. . $13,500,000 flit m me- i ase-i w ill pnt'eha -e the s. ed a�d is ho ins continually manifested in 41 i 1* ^ i * * U - 1 i i i i 1* N t t v .1 4 5 Bob lopg UNION MADE > OVERALLS SHIRTS &GLOVES t oiii'aiOii i'V -a.... i >i::ai m ;� ;;n : - t'illb w:i--a' r.tUUler wh� Spelt ->\ ilea* f'. }\mlard wht-a! 7 I'olish wh-wt S Kinkorr. whea: '�fader the cmimoa all the milling wheats. a aui>. K.'d Ki. �'f w ai. a b' j %v heat ar,� � 'la.iv.a'ii (he C:u!) v\h.,i  i * vari-M-'s. tl;u j t y pt-� ma> have ;i ii'.illi'.e variet > rh- r^:i!ar/l i 1 t many practical ways. An exhibition of litis was given "recently when a number of the members equipped with reo-u-a.^.v on the lat'.d of nizio(y-tbv Jjors'plon and discs, in-' '.tdvan* es oi seed vaaod the (arm of r.eov^e Tribe who returned some months ago from the battle line In France, sutfering .severe- n,a - � Mar-fa- l.red for :hejr rarepa; ers p = ;;i!;- liave power !�errow ;\v t'.s purpose and take � ' ' \ > ^ � which t..ke priority evt-r all other on MMibranee-! 0n the Ja;nl wi:!i 'It*1 ]  �vvpv.m of tirst n:ortmi�;"" from the effects of gas. Such an io:i. the munieipalisies have a seed 'Inroad on his territory was most wel* �--ain !i"ti on the crop of the laud seed- ed wi'h the seed advanced for two vear.-v Ample Security has proved, cives MONEY ORDERS For small remittances use the Money Orders issued by this Bank. They are payable without charge at any Bank in Canada (except in the Yukon Territory). The cost is as follows: $5 and under...................... 3 cents over S5 and not exceeding $10...... G " *10 " "� $3f>........10 � �  . h i n�^l t'pr i1;;;; r r:ir':"**r^ut v.�r: w is expb�.i� i a:. 1 �� �vesf.-rn >:at!-:-  '.aimed t Iia: r u a �= f>e.iad 'a-' chores of .\:;:-ka. It  \. imply h.xr.ly J r.ini-'-uitf l;ea*i -.r woa'-'i >  bn-l'.e'.s ;t> the a- '  : � a" *� norihvn; grain w.u- ;,ard a:, i 1 # * I I i i t T ! ablv -�: fe.e V i ^ i > X v 1 . , u>*. ,1, I'd U i i * i j > . (, 1 1 * - \ ; A S A. \ Ol* *A iUV: � � � o * : ' � w z. "'i tft-'i � for" abie to borrow all they rei;uired. la a ;'i"-v , as--- the provim ial govi'rnmcnt a.i> ha ^aaraa'-e t:;e advances. It r.o' ii;-,^s.�m ii i,i ,lviri:e :;ie s\st,%:n. ' a few municipalit.es in t!,.e :.� � ta,- aruo:in.V ^ liaaj will re-� ' ;.or:- iw ed raa- iut'� a v. vy 1 >: m-miejpaliiy ,�n>r:vd with ��v.'rr! M�'?:t to d- t-Taiine wit'-l'ier , conic to Veteran Tn'he. rncaimcUated as he is for farm labor, in view of the | need for preparation for next year's ! crop, and how splendid a mark of ! appreciation of his service as a sold-i"r on the part of his friends and brow 1 neighbors. As a result of their labors for the day thirty-rive acres wero ploughed and double disced. This action on the part of Peerless Local was the carrying into effect of a resolution passed some tim^ ago to �ive a day of farm service to each returned soldier of the community. This is certainly worthy of emulation bv other Locals. SETTLEMENT PLAN Evolved ence in Winnipeg Confer-Deals With After- LethbrJdge Branch.....R. T. Brymner, Manage! Warner Branch......J. H- S. Gordon, Manage! Milk River Branch......J. V. Steele, Managei i War Immigration. pa; tit-.1 f ' '\*e'a 1 aid to t'.ow dehtnrs th * 1 li" T h I 1 I.' *1 * i V t + 1\ i r ! millin Th ral de:-.ir i graja. or w-.r i-i>vernme:it won la 'ak*1 a- - i.dti-r enur**e follow el '.von: ! war:: ;o ;ako a v v.;.: ;i would take ; r-'eed- .ill �-ne::;uUram e-. in � , Scn-c your country and yourself by roisii^ FOOD on the ferule plains of Western Canada. "H*e Canadian Pacific Railway makes It easy lor you to begin, llanos Sll to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to 130; 20 years to pay. Lean toasp -I *  I I AiUN CAMERON, Hen'tSipl C.r.R.Laix &0. 1 it St. Ea�t. CALGARY , yield :!;*��;] hu-!o!- ymal; pat;-h��s ' a ad plots throa^hnv.t th'** pr-iviaoo. ' e-peeially am.>:i^ *. La' h- man- I* u-otiai !ia \v}e r.- *.v i e.; I 1 .known the v..iae t�; irra.n. w-j m my opinion ;*i>.-olaUdy n � ; h*-, mi;" mixed with. \ wh'- ' and lower ;h>- .-'audard " ! WisMi :* . :s j>.�a>;h'ie m -f,r>' !a> ; hiuh v.* *'.a liiitibel - p.-r ..'a : (mis wheal pii" 'lar;-..� .i'd'i- i li-1 im-rti; * 1 i i J T I - I -  i � ' t i i - . # L i V 1 1 * - , , L �  1 1 , I t . � i . * l Tni Alternative i* :-v..*!, lli�\r own i -e.'arjiy. | n:oM^ai:e rep- j prefer ro fi-�!:.-w j h ir Xhr deai-ioli 1'!!: t'.v So far as Ottawa. Oet 14.-It U rop^rtrd to the Interior department t-i�lt a n�t�-;vr nf pt-rsons. who, followins,* tho crop failure of 1?14, in parts of western Canada, received su-^tantial assistance from tho Oomiiram Kovrrnruont by way of seed Krnin. ioddf" and rc- Winnipeg. Oct. IS.-Important land j settlement polUdvR involving the plai*-' Ihr of soldler.m on fanns and new Hrl-tl�h, Krynrh and t'nitod States immigration were evolved at a eonfereiue J here today. ; Hon. J. A- ('aider. Hon. P. Tl. Car-1 veil, and Hon. Kdward Urown, pro-1 vtneial treasurer of Manitoba, and many prominent l)i]sinessmen took part in the dellheration^. Kepn^m- \ tat Ivon of the various railroad roni- 1 panies* and a numher of land men in i this eity and also of the western vnv Get '� vliii'os assisted with advU-e and j�uk-' j Tho confer cm-^ �as hrld behind ; closed doors, hut informat ion 1 was niv- 1 en out that the polley t- i of  1 7 ^ 1 y * * 1 h s 1 1 1 A *+ 1 : moiv-y e\ver;m":it;r. , ii-'* ct whioh riioy i'.\af-.m rf-ai experts p."�(.:!' * 1 ft 11 I f ' k J L v ! w .:; 1 r.o- , . i :;o v:\\> � an a " ; 1-p"--;ai'v co.-k- ; h; itii :"ee i i 1 \ 4 1 4 �rd u\ sell birds in a tain eon. a* r. l ai.iry iaea* n.ore than pa\s for 11;e I S, C, SCOTT, M..natrer c;. I". HLKTCHtlR- Manncrf T. HILMNGTON, Man.�K�r D. A. CL'HHIK. Accnuntantdn-chnrce llih S(. North. 4lh A\ rune Soutli. New 1Xi> ton. Coslhur^t, Aha. ^  vru it "ii, ai.tl r*i-r-- ev.-r was a' r::jj- wh�-n hirdi should le hnishi-d, it . IlM'V. \ As a war ir.casare tl.e marketing of, fiiin a ".lid h-1 prohibit*-.1 Tlo- na'sl exp*"'n-:vi' par* ot th.e bird ; to pn.-daee atid that, whieh is of the i-a-t \alue far food N the frame. Th^ '1 �::�-ap. -t weight lor Ihe f**ed fed is th- t!�--h as it >' all ediblo, the. nere?- -:*>� r.f patting this Ilesh on la evident. 1 Tn" :no-r pro'itable weiubt at w-h'.ah to U't\.r'.\ eoek'-rel^ is wh.en th�jy weigh I ..hpt-(dally liaished on nilik. brouirlit ;;ood returns and paid well i for ' \!sa fi-�-d. K'Vi!' differt-n? I that would brint$ :if>e pe.r j �l'*vao and ir. m::kes a total cost i for thin ehirkeiis a:nl f.-ed of $11G.*I'>. | The weitrht o� (he finished (d\ieks .vaa :;ht lbs, )iav:iii.' gained 'JO lb. In i the 10 days fe'-din^. Tho value per lb. wan inereased beeau-ie of the -n- . i> -paireij in first e^lass -hape. W�- know our buMti-di. ^ Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. 8. McKinnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge. Attn. Phone 435 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle AH Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. AUCTION SALE On the Old.Hereford Ranch, northeast quarter Sec. � \ / 15, Twp, 5, Rge.21. � * SEVEN.-MILES SOUTHWEST OF RAYMOND. 5 MILES SOUTH-EAST. QF .WELLING, &' , MILES EAST OF MAGRATH, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ^1 pure-bred, regwtered Shire mare, ltlOu lb^.. a^e A years; 1 pure bred, .reg^sinrfei\ Hhire mare. 1400 lbs., a�e :i years; I hay team mulched go|dingfi,' S-yaum qhl. \hn.; 1 buy mare, *i years old. 1500 \bn.; rl-;iftitcbed team blaek Ke-ldintss, a^e A and fi yearn. Usou lba.; 1 inutcAi^^to&iii bay mares, ages ii and A years, j^mt lbs.; i matched t^im'.'Uay mares, a�:es & and � yours, *>>m* ibs ; ] bay mare, 7 ydara old, 1500 I grey mare, r, years old. 1 Uio lbs.; 1 brown geml^. 4 years old, 1400 lba.; 1 brown mare, S years old. 1200 lbs.; I Krey-mare, 7.years old. mm lbs.; I grey uiare, ;; vearn old, 3250 Jbs.; 1 bay Kelding, 3 yearn old, 1'JUU lbs ; 1 brown mare. 4 yearn old, 1150 Ujh.; 1 bay mare. 10 years old. limh lbs.; 1 Htandanl stallion, Lord Roberts, .1 yearn old;, i bay mare, :', vears old, lloo IbH.: 2 geldings, 2 yearn old; \ pony; in youn� rows. to \ veaiv ohU 4,young.cow8 with calve* at foot; 4 yuurlinK heifers; :�> v.jurl- THE CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid-up..................$ 14,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits....... 15,000,000 Total Assets..................... 386,000,000 520 Branches in Canada, Newfoundland, British West Indies, Cuba, Port^ Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and Venezuela. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may he opened -with an initial deposit of One Dollar Interest is cpdlted Half-yearly. IiusinesH Accounts carried upon favorable terms. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH........W. PARKER, Manager - 4 The Farmer-Banker Alliance You go to your lawyer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank for financial advice ? If you %vant a loan to buy cattle, hogs or equipment-if you want information as to how to invest money-come to those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you sound and impartial advice. i 11 * it*. TH MCRCHANTS Head Office : Montreal. OF CANADA UnHIHUIXiK BRANCH, MONARCH URANCH, NOBLEFGHO BRANCH. ANK Established 1&G4. K. J. UINNlN'f *, MmValcr. V, A. EHHHLV, Actio* ^fanuicr. M. A. KILPATIUCK, ActinU Manager. rVBGuml blower; (1 .setn .�� harness; 1 slip kctk^.-. ! i,,w,.r w^t.cr i hJ^^Vf^^^ Pe'' cent, cash, the balance 12 months' cr�dlt orttfurnlBhfng' approved Joint notes with 8 per cent.' 0n all credit amounts or 8 per cent, off for cash on credit amounts mark h. RIMHALL, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer' SUPPOSED UNSINKABLE SHIP HAS BEEN SUNK New York, Oct. 19,-The American steamship Lucia, equipped with buoyancy boxes and supposed to be unsinkable. has been sunk, according to word received here today in shipping circles. She wa.� torpedoed by a submarine in the Atlantic, but details as Xo the date of the sinking and the fate of the crew are lacking. BOILED DOWN , Torpora) IJilkiu?* had arrived France after a few days in hhiKlund. "How mueh money have, you Kot le.n?" a.sked Corporal Wilkin*. "Well. I've r'.ot four ;diilliu^ij. a (juld, ihvu farihlnp,*, nine pcnule;. a frane. Iiitit' ;i pound, fuur mtUH and lii'ly ecu-UniOH, but 'vo owiy |jot two dollai-H In ravjU" --Camp Dodger. mm OF CANADA in Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decided advantage In depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques for your expenditures. Youavok} the risk o< keeping a considerable sum In your home or carrying It v/hen shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt. F. W. Nicholson, Manager P. V. Cavers, Manager ARONS BRANCH ................ 8. D. Griffiths, Manager LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CARD5TON BRANCH A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH 8TKEET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1B43 Efficient Executor Losses are often caused in an K�tnte through th*� carelessness or intrMi.anoBement of tho individual Executor or Administrator. Thin can be avoided by appointing this Company, It ants on tho ndvlee of counsel - is bonded to earry out tho Instructions of tho testator, and has experienced officers In charge, of all lis departments. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited XaLGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHCRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. McNIOOL, IN8PECTOR. Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of Lethbridge, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer, Stettler. . LUND SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH 8THEET, LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THE8E POINT8 WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE A A ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM E. H. FOSTER THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TAINTER & PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER, ON THURS. Oct. THE FOLLOWING: HEAD of C i 40 Steers, 2 and 3 years old. 50 Cows; 43 Calves; 20 Yearlings. 8 Heifers, 2 years old. SALE AT 1.00 O'CLOCK TERMS CASH THESE CATTLE ARE ALL YOUNG AND ARE OF A HEREFORD AND SHORTHORN BREED. PARTIES WISHING TO INVEST IN CATTLE SHOULD NOT MISS THIS 8AIE, e. B. tainter, Clerk W. A. PORTEOUS, AuctlonMr ;