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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtTRD^lY, aCTOBER 26, 1918 PAGE SEVEJ SiiHkatrli- (Reg'ina Leadi-. � . Owing to the more or i.-.i;;i.iviir-able seasons, before ;i!i(J un,' ihi-liarvesl, considerable .ipjicurs 1,0 have l)opn offered for ,-;i|c, rmi-dnK confusion and disagrennii'in In discussing this mat"r .liij, a reprej-entatlvo of the -. .( ii ,,i,is-salmau yesterday afteriu-m imul" thi' rnllowing statement: Unsatisfactory '(Siading "Seldom has the satin:n im> gr^ul-Ing of wheat been as.dilliMili it i,-; tills year in ni.nny part,s of uc.^i, owing principally to tlu' \M-t (iu:iuii-ties of low-grade vvl)eai � ,,nii)];j )iir-wiird ,iind seldom has � .iiiuli �'^"'''i iuul loiti grades on mucli which they have shipped I'orw..:;! "During the present i^i'tdd ui i'LvimI I)rices and ai)rc.ads the v.iwn- .om-panicii have been payinj. inni c I,., ir-lo truck iiriccs for strur: .vhiMU tU-.m formerly, on a fluclujuni; iniiikci. This hasjjJ'liad the .efi'efi oi' siciilly FlimiilRiing street icllini-- \>\ laiiiicr,^, rather Mian asHCimbliiifr '.irhiad.-i in special bins, so that fuii inmrnialion as 1(1 wlial protection lii" law pro cwun Co-opci-alivc- KlcvaKir comi/any. Iliat no further explanaliou iii re "liilred, .-Vuy cleviiKir opcriuov will gladly iissist i'ei' I'iirini'r^ to |)roteeli;in '.]� grades, undi-r thi.-; eliui.-^e of the net. unles,-* he ~hiHild, by any ciiunee be dishonest. in grain, which owners may wish to sell: Transmitting Samples of Grain. "('laiiHO Nil- 172. Ill case there is a ilisagre(Mneni lief ween rhe ijiireh.iMtf called, hr.s >^ Increased considerably diirin past two or three season.-. \^ "The use of tlieso ensiiies luii only lessens the draft for tiK' hor.ses (ii.s-iially) to a sumclent. cvtHni \n nennit of the binder being puiJed hy one or tv;o horses fewer than ilie number commonly used), but uhso jiennits cutting heavy grain at nhnver siieeds for the outfit as a whole than would be possible without sueh an auxiliary source of power (since ihe .s;ici;le runs at a constant speed a! all lim^MI. and allows the grain to be liar-vcsted with a hinder' on ground wneve Ihy bui. wheel would slip if it were required to transmit-flower to the cutting and power to operate the mechanism, binding mechanism. "The.'^e engines cosr about Slou, hut their use is by no raea-M; eontincd to| the binder alone, as most owners use! them tor uumcrous odd jcjbs about thej tann, where belt worlt is utilized, t'li-der these conditions tlioir estimated Average life is nboirf 9 1-2 years. In some instances the engines are used for pumiiing water practically every day in the year, except while on the binder. Under siuh conditions the overload cliarges of depreciation, interest and repairs, which would be chargeable against liarvesling, jiniounij to a very small figure, while the oper- I ating expenses v/iU , be only about i three-fourths of the daily labor cost ; (Of one horse, ani the engine will in i every case decrea.se the number of' horses required liy at least one." f | Going 02] the rejiort says: "Reports; from farmers v,'ho have used Uie out-1 fits indicate 'bat an increase of from four to five arre.^ per day may be expected in t!ie area covered with the binder under I'ue conditions existing where they were being wsoa.' which were for the most part unfavorable. , . . The repairs on the outfits concerning which tlie reports were received had averaK(;il sllglitly less than $3.00 annually, although the average age was only 'A 1-2 years. The repairs during the laKer ycnrs of the engines' lives would in all probability he somo-wliRt higher than this figure." THE- Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gail Stone Colic appear. Not oue iu ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is the trouble, Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. For Sale at all Druggists, Recommended by J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge, Alta. J.W. MARLATT&CO 581 ONTARIO ST, TORONTO OtTT. Undertaking I*""""" IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by us as soon as their value is firmly established. In the performance o;' our i'uties as ' Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and we have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the beat .service at the most reasonable cost. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET S. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 561 P, LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER 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 STREET, LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHiN AND BARN-WELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE ANJD'fARM IMPLEMENTS. ' BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE THE EST'D 1373 STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD ormce. - Toronto ^ Savings A Savings Account is amine of po-ssibiliticB. Those with money in the bank are always prepared when opportunities offer. Acquire the habit. Deposit your surplus earnings rcjfcularly in our Savings DepartBient. Interest is allowed at current rate and added to'*principal or compounded half-yearly. ^" ,F. C. SCOTT, Manager - - 13th St. North. G. F. 15LETCHER, Manager . - 4th Avenue South. P. BILLfNGTON, Manager - New Dayton, Alta D. At CURRIE, Accoumant'in-ciiarKe Coalhurst, Alta. Bacon Hogs Wanted Million,s of men in the trenches-scores of millions abroad and on this side-want Canadian Bacon. This world-wide demand assures good prices for the hogs you can raise. Buy more brood sbw^-select registered stock-fatten more pigs. If you need money for any o poses, see the Manager. The to Bank is always ready progressive farmers. f these pur-Merchants to make loans to THC M?RCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANj^DA Established 1864 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, . - R. J. DINNING, Ma?.gei .MONARCH BRA.N'CH,  V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manage. NOBLEFORD BRANCH. ~ - M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Managei AUCTION SALE of CATTLE AND MACHINERY i HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER. WHO \ HAS DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING, I WILL OFFER THE FOL- I LOWING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE AT THE FAIRFIELD FARM, 21/2 MILES S. of LETHBRIDGE OPPOSITE THE.DAVE WHITNEY RANCH, ON Monday, October 28 '20 head of lior.se.s; 20 head of niillc cows; 20 head of dry oon-.s; 15 head of 2-yeftr-old steers; 12 lieud of l-year-oid steers; 20 head of 2 and ;iypnr-olrt heifers; 15 head-jpf 1-year-old. heitars; 20 head of calves; 50 young pigs; 5 pure-blood Duroc Jei-s-ey boar pigs; 50 (hi[-l turlteya; 1_binder; 1 wagon water tank, 12 barrels; 1 wagon and hay staciie'r; 2 wagons; 1 farm truclc wltli box; 1 set of sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rake, side delivery; '2 international bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; and many other small articles too numerous lo mention. ^ 1 Purc-blood and Registered Shorthorn BuU, 3-years-old. , 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. > TERMS CASH SALE STARTS AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP ALEX. MoLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta. CHA&. FREEMAN, Ownar Auction Sale There Will Be Oifered at the Farmer's Feed Barn Tuesday, October 29th AT 2.00 O'CLOCK SHARP THE FOLLOWING: 1 Registered French Draft Stallion, s years old, about 1700 lbs.; this is one of the best; stock horses In the west. You may see his offspring at Mr. Doily's, north of the Eight Mile lake; you may sco his coltB at Mr. Vaseleuik's, south of ("oaldalc and you may sci! his colts at Mr. Judd's, near Wilson's Siding. 1 St,andard bred black dri\'Jng horse, .5 .vears old, well broken for any one to drive and -has no fear of any obstacles, tliis horse al.so has a record of time; 1 mare. 4 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1 saddle horse. 5 ycani old, brokij.; 1 saddle horse. T years -old, broke; 1 sorrel geldin, S yeffra old; 1 saddle and bridle; 1 registered Shorthorn rjurham Bull 2 years old; 2 fat cows; 1 steer, 1 year old; t milking cow. TERMS CASH GEO. P, PORTER, Auction.epr ;