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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtmr>M\ OCTOBER 26, 1918 tjik ur: uftmnr.k', dait.v L1 -ML~.JU,lKlWMMMJl..llMWI'vmM. I......-Ill > .1 OF INTEREST TO THE FAFMERlSflME VIEWS ON PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS (Homo Nuts to Crack by the V. K. A., by H. H. Dunham. Kr Vice-Pros.) 'riio Second Victory Loan r'ani-paign Is on What should tho farmer In iibout It'.' Trust in many placet! in Alhorto. tho rrop 1� short and II" the fiill was rnimlitoroil only from tins in voHtmuni standpoint. Hip limn would lnrdly lii! opportune' to urge nn Investment of thin kind, but from every point of vinw it In important Unit every good citizen make tile largest, imsnihlo purchase of Victory Hotels, fur not only is this nocosiiary for the maintenance of our war operations. 1'iit It Is necessary to provide tin; means for the purchase of our own crops, no that. firom I'atriotie nnil oiislnons motives it l� urgent thai ev- ery one nwke na largo in) Investment iih poHHlblf. To the fnrnier however, there are strong IntslucMF, reasons why he should acquire Victory Monti*. Ileu-noiik that, will Juullfy )i)h doing :o on business groundH. Almost every far-mnr frnds it tuie.oHsury mid good btisl n�3h fit different . timoH to uho hor-rowotl money. Til in Is particularly true with ninny fflrmora In comme-Hon witb the putting In and tmidiug their i rops. It bun become a common practise for a farmer to got his "line or credit." nt the hank and draw on that during the season for his farm lug operations. Now tin; method used A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain aru) other fielchpro-ducts 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, A98IGNIE. ETC, -}>' HEAD OFFICE, 31S FIFJH STKEET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A PHONE IMS �for obtaining :1\it line or credit in iho hank Is obnoxious to numy farm-, ors. They do nol relish the Idea �if j giving a complete statement, .-mil n.~ | porting to the hank every lime thai j Oiey desire, to soli a cow in a team of j horses. How much simpler would it j bo if the farmer could bave an amide supply of Victory Humls ami when he dosires lo borrow money he could simply deposTl his Viciory Hood1 in the bund and draw on them to the ex lent of at least tin per cent, of Hi I Protection ' The For Farmers .in.-, tu'ovidi-d   �; -lie rr. , i Kegina l/'aib Owing to Hie more or able seasons, before arc Harvest., considerable v. lo have been offered for contusion and disagree! 111 discussing this ma- in i ,j: ). i '�')�;. � lo all ii-opeiM fill ' ic Air. .--i t  � urn n ii unci Buyrs i'. met i iii� i-i. i .1' ' i! in i> �  it n-.iiii .i Kb-vainr i xpliniai ion .i-k.-H ii nullum* I ,.,, ... ., . , � !| rt'presenlntIve of the |.i face. We. are naHsMed that, n'o hi til; '................_____.......-..... .-d 1. � 1*1 ;e|es. miles.--di-hone: i.-nisi! ! majthii.' ,oll ltd. iii. i iii ii "'i- ii '. iniy c iie-il li i from jr.ir lo year for his farming op"i at ion* would be invented in Rotitl- d.i��tnl! a very satisfactory infcj-c.it Su. i: fanner at. one stroke would � ilvc n.-banklng difficulties. Ile-ii|i-> i- e mc unlikely that uvrnngenieiits �i)i i,.-made for loans on sin h ,einiin to tie ybtained from the bank ui er rRte of Inleiesi, so indivblual! Is KOpd Inisinesn for the faiine make an effort >o get a- mm b lory Honds ar will he n..... secure his hanking r>- lake thin re.�ii..n-inl' ity If the Local |t.J(-lf was the n.i>ier of say ll.OW.fin of Vli i.ocil could ir.ake up a tiilul of -ay M *....... mnl Invest It in Victory Holms I*'"' 1 thi- nucletn wo'ild not only uu.Mi I the hanking facilities for i ii oj'.'i ,|i iv , i trading, but �oulil be a wnmleri')' >;: I centlve. a lenient so to -p. aV : � holding of the metuher-htp u | "Where our 'reasures are n.. our heart- be nl-o,' ,iv� tie-\ Hook, and it Is just as true ti lit was at the ume it was ,�[iol>. I pn�c our loca! utiderlaly'- to . \'|ctory Hond. there are fiui > Jlo.i.u for t , pose .and we would then have j Ible ftnaiicinl interest in >�>, ! welfare Why not tiy i' 1 If it i� impossible to ,:v' local to undertake t iiw mat I I'.vrI member ..| i lie I' I' A I the welfaie of tie- oikm:i;/.i:i r j heart should at l.-at -end hi- i-jtlie Secretaiy .it r.ilgar) and i'".' =) application fot a life nnjni" U i Thin Jl.Vt'i' It iiive-ied ii, V;. : ..-> i Ili.nd- niPi hecoines a peiuiaiu i,i ii.ud 'lor the iiian.igoiii.-iit ot the ('.-tiirjl i OHiie A life member pay n  du. . 'to the feilM.il tlfflic ill- int.ll. ! dues then to the lot at 1-- I'll in two. 'and irotu a 1himii."� �n* '-;> life member ha- made a g .. po�Mble iii-I dividitally lit Vlotory Hond.- S.con.l, 1 to induce our Local to buv a \ trior}' 1 Hond and lo help to pay for ii Third, | to h�coine a life member ot lie- t\ K i A. .link 111'- funds so raise.I h- ii:ve>i j ed in Viciory Houds i Think It pver, then net tm-y i , -tilniiiii yesterday aftene I lollow ing slatenieijl | Unsatisfactory Ci j "Seldom ha-, the .ati i itit of wheat ix'en ;m dlv : Uiis year in mativ part joulni: principally to tie ities ,,f low-grinlc wheir I wii"d .and seldom ha.-; plaint i.i' iinderginilini; 1 1 rom t lie f nrulerh V." I s�( lei i hai elev atur ote-i ' many 'use;-, have h> "t ' atl'l 1" gr l'les on mnc. ' 'he;.1 m.i\e  .' ha n a senihliM' | .-pedal bin-;. -.1 thai i : a- ' ' v. nut |ifoi c; i; i'i j \ id.'4 ;iga iu^l ini ot -  ' | i-iiii'l" w ig ui load" i id-i ai 'one of >|.-l|iei-y. i- I. 11 l mi villi d. I V"!l Ind.-eil ii ;�. a-icuinli'M-a |� i. etiMg" of lai in- i c-ilil" - '�'.' ' 1 i!' foil  Kr. IT : an l:ain ad '.', I|-:ii,ree|li.;;' .. >t "tfeel i',- Ml ,'. !l oiviier i. Transmitto-'.] I'|;.,,..e \,. ! i I' .iL'l'e' lie i, '  ,. per .., i  ��� c i v i  11 � , v.....r ..lid S.Ttlp'. ihie ;o pro-. I'.v � !�' - ' Ill' i ,1! 1,111 1 of Grain � i ' ' i i e re r -. " ,,,,-, !,.,.,, '�ill,He i ;i''.e >b -|\. an.-, .-int 'ini" >: i ;:r.id" ii.!''- -hail He- ,......o; bopp. i.'ii. - 1 It-. ' i M' , 1' ' i.ele 11 - .el i. �  P .ini 'ioti Dut.e l.|il!llo|  , � � ;f j* C'urf lesp-r.tor in r i a nt "d n;u *; la. the law people. .-Ill ui Ii i 1, '�I >bl- le  ..I the hinder being p ' v : > hor .-'s fewer th . oii.uion'.y usedt. I)U-  '.Ittltlg lie i\ \ it f. i. 11 .1 f..." Hi" not tit as a v.! be pi"'i.b|e w jthogl -i "..nr. " of iniii'i r i �!nc . t a con-'tniit -1 e.';l a' nlh.w- the grain tu I" .. binder on ground '". lit ! W ot'ld :.|;]. if I :> tr. , oa er '..�id.!.;-'Th � 'iic.r n and ,t.-p. i>;' rr.tin :,i,|.- en,i . o] mien, i.i." o 1,1 � I �i i i io.nl III -p. �I lull tier. ..f:ii ii" i" ill dclliel;! Ill.l In� j.e. tor in, ill ..i ;,rv ., :.,'lc, h,. , Pi-n, he] e t lie l|i-.lgre..;i|. Il' .' .ii I il,ii !.,,"" .iii-e.i on i .;;..m hy a Mi'iuer to .-il.  ��;��:. Hi" lai uii'i .i.ill ' I,., M , ,:,";i,|e ,'h| dock i on In t b" � !>> ,.ior bin . ' t !>-:ii"pt -1 a;' be nnoieSdn ' for |.ii:ui>.!r,: i. , day in He \. . binder I' ml. � ov.'i lu.ol . !.a: c.e � tere : and rep. i ( hargi-dhle ...g.t.i: -to a Verv small !i al.ng i.�|l"tiM. three f.ieitl - - . ' l)f one hone every case do : hors.'S d'HUtt I'll t lloillt; nn Hi" !� front f.i.iiee s � .. Of ( Ind j four to five j pe. I'd in in j binder ujule | where ttiey I were for th I The lepa': i.ernmg which tl. ----- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., U.D.. D.CL. Pmidem H V. F. JONES, Ais'lCen'l Mincer SIR JOHN AIRD. Gerard M*nM�r V. C BROWN, Sop'I cf Central WtMtm Brvxhst Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 I ReseiveFund, . $13,500,000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES issued by this Bank are almost an essential to foreign travel. They are readily convertible into/the local currency. Detailed information will will be given at any branch. Lethbriclge Branch.....R. T. Bryinner, Manager - - - - J. H. S. Gordon, Manager .....J. V. Steele, Manager an adopt..t perforuiam i �4 SIXTH STHEET Warner Branch Vlilk River Branch r ge. did we have in. hesitation in claiming that we can give the best service at the most reasonable . om OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS T. S. Fetterly P, LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT U3 REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER TrllRO AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE. CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE ANO FARM IMPLEMENTS BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE PACK SEVEN THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD Office - TORONTO Savings :5T'D 5 3 7 3 ASavings Account is amine of possibilities. Those with money in the bank are always prepared when opportunities offer.' Acquire the habit. Deposit your surplus earnings rejt�ilarly in our Savings Department. Interest is allowed at current rale and added ti> principal or compounded hall-yearly. 2 ... C. SCO I T, Manager (.. F. IJLETCHER, Manager I\ BILI.IXCiTOW Manager D. At CUIlItIK, a i connlain -in -charge 13th St. North. 4th Avenue South. New Dayton. Alta Coalhurst, Alta. Bacon Hogs Wanted Millions of men in tho trciiclu'S-scores " ui" millions abroad and ml of hoi'Mi*; "y beail it' milk f -' ati'l '5 vent* obi better-; K> heail of lyeurobl botfsrs; 3U lieuil ot i.tlv.--; ,'.� voting |iiK-, .'. |.iire hlnoil Dmoe .lernyjr boar |ilK-. chicken-; 'J'. tin key-; | liliu|er, 1 askoii water tank. 12 harri'lit; 1 a.ikoii ami hay hlu'ke'r. '_' �KKi.tilrlitliA. 1 cutter. 1 hay rake, hiiie delivery; 2 International bull ralte-; 1 illuk ililll; 1 ili�k; and many other �ma!l iti'tfcIeK too iiunieriitlM to liieiitton 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3-years-old. t ^ 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. > TERMS CASH SALE STARTS AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP ALEX. McLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta, CHAS. FREEMAN, Owner Auction Sale There Will Be Olfered at the Farmer's Feed Barn Tuesday. October 29th AT 2.00 O'CLOCK SHARP THE FOLLOWING: 1 IteitUiered French Draft Slallion, s years old. about 1700 His ; tbis ts one of the best atoik horses in the wo.it. Von may �ee IiIk offspring ar .Mr. Itolly'd. north o* the Kight .Mile lake; you may .ice his eolts in Mr. Vaseleiilk's. south of t'oalrtale and you nmy mi lii;, colt.s at Mr. Jitdd'w, neur WIUou'm Siiiint;. I Standard bred black drh'jij: horse, f, years old, well broken for any one lo drive and -ha.s uo fear of any obstacles, this hor�e also Iikk a record of time; 1 inure, t years old. lHWI lbs", I saddle horse, ii years old, liroke; 1 saddle home, years old, hruke; 1 sorrel Buldin, it yeftra old; I Huddle and bridle; 1 registered Short-born Durham Hull i years old; '< (at tows; I steer, 1 year old; * milking com. TERMS CASH GEO. P, PORTER. Auctioneer 9 ;