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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1MK OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER BETTER BALANCEDFARMING' my 0. R. Marnorh. Presirtr-nt. I.eth-liridge Hoard of Tradr). Mature, tli;i( kindly innihor, to loach us day in and day out. Slio has Rivt>n us tunny Woons in ?i>p tnanueement of our farms, and wo Plight to liavo rr.ili*r.l i-ro now that pr jiatioino in soim1 rre.irds was being Ftrotc'aoil to the limit. Site | sends us tl�* rmvs.igf. thU jv.ir ih.v file quantity of iimmis o- filiro that 1 -ho provided for our soils is in many , alarcs pretty nearly worko.l out. atid ilia* It is up to us to replace it. All ifimtisli a lone sunituor d.iy in dip middle of .luiie this year ll.itr.e N'atttre had arrar.se.l a demons P hatohowan I'.le to .cot i'a! mean? the time o iM winter for , ; leading ;nv cvinc atte aoid'.nc: the S X litis brpn telhiif his \n>o-hoth pasture and a physl- | of holding the soil during) the sprliiR winds by urou-rye: and it would be well mi- Southern Alberta farm-d what Hon. Mr. Mother-as to that. Some of out- it is otto ..:ir 1-tisine: e.eneies -a; that v. seou' out heilis p:o; ners have it ion to ti r soils toiri l'oet to i :re.: Ml d>i ,s at ;t y sub th.p .as !-if w v. her ;'. at in ]>. id M ace;  r roe u in: i - riOt' ot � '.d. and i'ratnlou. iehi i'Uo lor-h-west a'! dav; rapid-aat : ft re: i any  train farm prove ;bei he ... !-.vays Al he la 1 he tali not hulk o ;i c� no: >:tr fai it: lide dir. is true .'ai\ ;i:t.'.w \ .-iophiK  rv no: H;e i'npoi iatit paits of !.� prov-.de .o.'iuus: enier-i>'o. mere than that; v.o for-vve -l\ould always have our ;o M.e that the country is . p.tn-.l for the advaio'liii-. mr pee;'!" The present nr- j reei-.ey is tne provision of i .', lor i he ir.-ently ii.e; ea^-e.', : of i '! Jiat have b('"n i tp on our >;n�in fa nrs sinee j PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED FARMERS tSinne Nuts to Crack by thu V. V. A., by S. S. Dunham, 13x Vlco-l'tos.) : I. d rout �'.it in :�� 11 o t :ns r. w a: profit-ird i It iderable mil I'lat ; ;ni!ti�- pi'acti ittef of -�( reaiit--ho tiui" a- "a last week out- letter dealt with tlio "I'ollars and Centr," measure a.-: it ap-idies to inducement to become itfflllitt-ed it a the I'.I'.A. U'e will be pardoned therefore if in this letter s\o iiip-niioii important work of ii somewhat different kind. The importance of lite I'.K.A. assert-iiiK its influence In other lines than In the solution of strictly economic or commercial tim'stion* AIduk education.!,' lines we all a?:iee that wo have an important mission to perform, and :>.�! i has been dune and is being done iu thi- direction. Hut our mission in shi- Sett.-r l� to call attention to our dui;. tiloiii; lite lities o'' the public i|ites-!!.>!) aff ha and tra. e.id h^vp �in' a. ' and by that are .vain c.i with a nidation tire, and >rt .or a vat i a lor be foi stable water. I that o hat star e eow-dunp. tl i:to the soil ; .'.!. Fortunat. A '.!'� iii! : �o-U! lard cot! 1! imp-' Cost of K',o\ irig Hay. aitr: th-tin titlK th the I'.I'.A. s iu this di: pital law o'.v to its infill, on. it :s to ut.int featiiri's 1 Vr' A. were no as it was euac e 'nreseen by tit-i's are now b '�tiforeemenf o l-.o-pitul law. d. is tint adi iii: ;eiieral hi'altll. s taken Import-turn. t)ur pro-its origin very �e, and ill this fetretted that commended by included in the and difficulties !' I' A reproson-iiicouutered lu � act. Hut even it was ooutem-e to the silua- ar: th; t.f-uts:'. r-t% �: i'.-'w . and t b-.domt 1st a^-'--�r iia : few h:s to the been iin lin lr : cat Ifa!;; ::d se and Mr .lied '.in::' ice f, V'o should confioni rile fact tlmt our infant morttility i~ ainotii; the li'.c.li.'st of any civiii/ad country. It is :ie,dless for nie ;, into a loilK dt-.-Tt;itlon to show the enormous in-! stistainei! the:..by. or to prove tc..t: the real mcityur.' of a miin's sue-> �-s in tin' world, i �� not the amount if :u .tiey tltat lie .ici amu'ates, uoi- is �!p- real tivasure ot a p.'opb.'s sroat-re-- to be detrrm.ned hy the Hollar rta'i.lard. rather should the man he ;:: :.;.l by his own ir.li. r-u:! worth and :;.� i haractor of ike family that ho rnlsos and loaves behind him. And so the. tint Ion must lie and is Judged, by Its manhood and Its womanhood. Wo make much of the amount and quality of our fine cattle am! our hoRa ami our liorsos, and the enormous amount ot number I hard wheat thnt we produce. We liavo numerous schools to train our boys to excel In the production of these products. We devote our time to show how we can Kot the Ki'iiatest. amount ot money from these avocations, and all of this is well. The crop of cattle, Iiors, horses and wheat are important, but what about the annual crop of babies'! After all are these not of the most importance no matter by what stand-I I nrd the miosllous are judged, and yet | we have numerous schools lookini; to| the welfare of tile former but we let i the latter rest solely in the care of ; the "mother love." unaided by training: and instruction, and too often medical! attention that Is so sorely needed. j Are we as a people not patriotic enough to adopt the best means of conserving lite, paitlculaiiy those of our native born'.' The answer certainly will he, yes. we are patriotic and wo aro intelligent, and yet save and except I lie efforts of a few jtond women no serious attent.iou is heiiiK paid i to our welfare nloni; these lines. Let us compare the statistics of the two countries which represent most accurately the ideals that aro beiiiK fought for in the preal struitKbv today, that ot Prussia with its tier-man kultur and military rule on one hand, and that of little democratic New Zealand on the other. !ti Prussia the infant mortality is llo to the thousand, in New Zealand but al. Should we compare the statistics of our Pomlnion and particularly of our province with those figures, wo nhould | hliiHhtiiKly admit that they were much nearer those of Prussia (ban those of New Zealand. Now Zd.thind In her devotion to tlio welfare of her common people has well-ninh solved the problem. There Is no natural reason why Canada should not do (he same. No country lu the world has a healthier climate than Panada, and no country has a sturdier and stronger people. Have, we not been studying the welfare of ho�s and eutlfo, of inarketlnK products and of ucritilrlni; wealth, to the neglect of ipicslions of far greater importance? The former things "should have been done, but the latter should not have been U ft undone.'' Why not tha P.F.A.. and partlculai'- ly the U.l'WV.A. brlnir the force fit the great orRanlzatlon towards the adoption of the New Zealand .system for the purpose of staving our babies --"Hurler" sounds sentimental, doosn't it, but Is It iieniliiinntflllly? 1� It. not tittsluesB and business of |:r�ftl Importance? Is It not patrlotlam and very practical patriotism? And should wo not occasionally nlinndon tho Ilol-lara and Cents measure of our lntnrost and prove tiint tho real meaqiira of our influence be that of the welfare of humanity and of our country" Think It over and if yon nuroo with the writer, Introduces it resolution In your local favoring the Now Zealand system and briiiR this resolution bo-fore tho convention. MNKffl-MONTREAL ESTAUt.lSHEIl OVER 100 SECURITY Deeds, Insurance Policies, Securities and other valuables should be kept safe from fire and theft. Safely Deposit Boxes in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a moderate charge. Htao orncr.,montbtal. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. II. HARMAN, Manager :o; ,1 1. I! .11 tore-:a'. !o was special entitle- : cat we :u u - th" Ws,n. !!�:-. plains of AHiefn in a modified f while we leave ; ;t Manitoba farmers own salvation, v-around and see w ourselves. All of th- plans ed boil down to inula. How are -,\ bre in th" soil? we want. How r,r can't iz>'t cow-dun, can't have cows The Minister of :a; ' :111:1s: t a w.i-. some that would treatment; that it �lid receive � southern his lesson var; and. �hc-wau and ; out :heir �vter look can do for ; lav h-s di-'anc. m-i TV"" cows throiiKh th" wi-. Running to Waste. of our farmers are vo to the fact t'a.tt cc ittti'les of wat.-r tli..t for irricr.tms their la: to waste iu the rive that come from 'he tltat may be devis. a very simple for-e to rr-place the fi- f'ew-dung is what e we to i;et it? We ^ withoiir cows. We without pusturo. Aprieuiture fcp Sas- brmi; his Many  itPte a'.' ; able e,u. I lie Used : runnitis � streams L Mountains and flow- past o 1 Others who have been ;vw.lt j have been anxious to set t iers; while others attain. 1 they have had the k.nowle. 'said th.it they think the c ! ting the water on to 'he � would he too great, and that j fer to s:o on crain  1 hoy do not know d t no-,d�-r-iu.l' a I'" 1 tit- CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD.. D.C.L. Pmidem1 H. V. F. JONES, Au'i Genl Monigef th. SIR JOHN AIRD. CeienJr^n�4� V. C. BROWN, Sup'l of Ctnoml Wuttrn Braochet Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 i Reserve Fund.  $13,500,000 .in- a!;hviii-:i '; ,;o. have ] t ot CO'-' tr farms ! they pr.--; farmniK becau-o ' nou^h ah hi' :: -an. '.' e.i ripntlon a surcp striking hardly , farming to be utile is of that business, fact, however, thai �:i a sin sine i say. j i-ris : h ro' CURES ECZEMA AND SKIN DISEASES Has cured others. Will cure vou WHY SUFFER Results show with first bottle. Guaranteed and sold in Lethbridae by THE KENNY & ALLIN CO, LTD., DRUGGISTS -Advert. "Oh. if 1 it Ion th or otho :;::i a dry ::,v wat farti could you de- ter are � bench lid irri- w inter d come' wint'-r  moun-cr.itify. ill fr.u-:it:i:.: 1 1 -tar 'i' th's farm silt'.." And besides all ih� use of 1 only get 0 to ^row er.ou iv to fe- d r.-.v -as.ii;, and to h. lp supply, I wv.il i tor anythins u when vou ; II that h" :ni�ht lie water around id i- . 1 l>. THRIFT To provide for the future it is necessary not only to save, but also to provide a safe place for your savings. No better place can be found than our h hi Savings department. Lollibric!t�c Branch - -Warner Branch - - -Milk River Branch - - i. R. T. Brymner, Manager J. H. S. Gordon, Manager J. V. Steele, Manager! / atdlj Mixed Paint I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gallon packages. COLORS GREEN. SLATE. GREY, CREAM AND WHITE To clear I am offering it at reduced prices. House Paint. Regular $4.25. Sale Price $3.75 gallon. Barn Red. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. Shingle Stain. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. White Lead. Regular $24.00 per 100 lbs. Sale Price, $20.00. SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR QUANTITIES. ARTHUR HAYR P. O. BOX 275 OFFICE 116 FOURTH AVE. S. MAIL YOUR ORDER TODAY, C.O.O. Ladies! Why Keep Corns? Lift a corn or callus right off without one bit of pain. the .'arm. putting say forty acres of his! quarter seetton tinder alfalfa for a :\-w years, and then change around to another forty acres, hp hvs enthusiastic al cm-c and wants to know: :iior,? about it. Tho irrigation pimiu-1 ��r* have now begun to look al the. matter from thi? angle. Hithfrto. J and naturally, they have & think-, in? along th..- lines that wor.- laid ( down for thf usu of irrigation w:it;i'p so -.!!> that it was an ah'.' .'It!' w.--' vards :!: northiv.-tnU i1 l-i';i -r.i---~ -in tn.nd with .r 11: i .".! ' ion ] to a ;>rlvil- . hni tl'.i ''illy lr; will �it Yes! You truly can lift to:f every har.l corn, soft vorn or corn between the toes, as well ;ih hardened calluses on bottom ot f�et, without one bit of pain. j economic ne.es i able writers j areas. Hut w> I ijosition; ;it:d :! of difference h- in Southern A 'nra! service. i tv?,!ot!3 of tln-j lands are now 1 and three hundred dollar.-'.while the lands inmiedia'.' ' iny are not worth thirty c ity to keep th" avail-within (ottccti:rat.-.! . ire not exactly in that >;r�* i. ti.i- ..'her point r.-that all our lands hcr'a are ot agiie'i!-whereas in the arid ^ta'e. ii." irrigate 1 .vorth as much T'.vo an a/r". ly adjoiii-tits. 1 -� f |-: and din.: icrr -.hi... I net d.-n; fur: In:: nit | t'i:'- Ma Ml lit. into h i whe; :r: �ti rtv hn -li'-l- ,i:id I tin- ]o ; aj.plied iimmer. �r over if the vIoih fall, it. the riKht And it will discovered freezone. It 1st an ether compound ani tiny bottles of this magic fluid nun nr>-,v be had at any drug store for a few-cents. Apply several drops of thl� freezone upon a tender, aching corn or a eallim. Incantly nil t=orene�g rii*. appears and Hhortly you will find the corn or cat-1 that yon lift it off with *\ j the finders. You feel no jjjf I Pain while applying free/,, rtff I one or afterwards. ^ ! � Just think! Xd more cornH or calluses to torture you and they go without eauBlnc one twinge of pain or aore-nesa. Keep a liny bottle on the ilren-er anil never let a com or callus; ache twdce.-Advertisement. '.-d aat ii. ta. i. .lure nave u-i prodii' .- t !'( of .nineteen � 'iaat ion in (). - | and rain- .it it" i-print: and if'ei-n, whi'-ii sixty l>ii"iiel in 1. Itlit al 1' up d. y.nr ot bl nti'ies of of uiir and p litalih-  1'iie.V �tile!' i.r.di ii i :' �--ed , .he; �oil... i .tl'Sil lil till i to The .Minister of the Interior, ileal. �:-r of lrrlKation. Mr. !'�� �,r-"uh* >'.. and means to have* tlio project pom-on with. INSl Othsr projects for getting irri;;a- . i tlon irater-i to other part; of this  11 - � i tr'ct will then be considered in t:.."| " ---- Ulght of what is developed in tne Aic.slenla�. , Sept ,; ... |i,.:iin. � Lethbrhlre-Xo. tlH-rn project above ! Peasants, h.tve , u;,-,:-ed Nizhni-N'ov , ' referred to ami farmers in the regions. �"""'� ""'hum u, a Moscow d.-s.p;.!.-b to the BOiuh-eas.t of Letlibridg.. will ! io li"' Hh"n" ''�"' Westphalbm '''' s"' ""' troops wr�- j gay. Monarch, Barons. Klpp, Iron '"""1 to i.-tire m th,. southweM.. I Springs and Turin for if the plan for Nizhtn-Novgorod. capital of the g.�v-; bringing irrigation water to InO.iinil eminent ,,( the sain,- name, is on tie' aires iu those district* comes to be'./'flit Uiuk ot the Volga river. .f .1 succeuBfully developed, it will meau I c;i.,i tiorih ea.d of Moscow, 'in a greut deal to the runners Hun are i �� . i � MiMI CAMERON, Qw'l Sip I. C.P.R.L**! 906 lit St. East. CALGARY �" .....�>����� 'i"l>!i'ti-.|. i�;knt peasants -make a (Al'Tt: :v-jit ( :i|i' 'ir 13th St. Norlh. 4th Avenue South.  V Coalliurst. For Many Reasons Trust Comjianies arc pre feneci as EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES UNDER WILLS. Their fees arc never more than is allowed to private individuals. Consult us about YOUR WILL today. FULLEST INFORMATION FREELY GIVEN yVITHOUT EXPENSE OR OBLIGATION TO YOU. The Trusts end Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHt RIDGE OFFICE: DANK OF COMMERCE BUILCNQ, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT. CALGARY. RED DEF.R. 9TETTLER. I OtllDI* V.SllHlr- �lii| may m'l iibuul im-uuik down "ii !��> ili.'ii lniil:'. Tlitin: i". .i ciiiiiinuiiiK i a umv i.-uuiiuy in pin ih,. tlio Iioi'hk; (o omii i:iii|iiir questions a-s to liow wi> Hliould hiir nes� tlio Hind ;uiil Hie- wuiit i ni;iri ht.i', and tln.Mi to proi ooil to heroic tunas- Ul'HS ll) till' cmcr^rll'irtlll'.li �l|i|.|.|i ly arise. Wi: am aiu u> t'di^i.t Hii.i Hun in h,.!.M't. ' ititu .^iirli | 11 RED CROSS SIGN i Willi the American Army in I'liini-f;, j I'ri.la'., Si'|it, i! t.'i'i'iiiiiii .'ivt.'it.oi'!'. .-i-iii't'i! tun ilirwl lilt,-; mi W.alnr'day hi nil Hn' !ai'(.'i' i'ril i'liiis, I>! \vf i n Willl'.S Of till! Kr Hon- ;lal. i inn hwcrit of S(ii^~i>iiH. Tliei'i" �i'ii- hn .a-.uali icii as the pat i.-nln i'ii- M.ni'iual (n ncirliy i.ivi-i l,c|' >ni �if !a.nil/in;' i�;gu)i .'iuon iilltr dark. Open aflousekeeping 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 (or your expenditures. You avoid the risk o< keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ____,____ I". W. Nicholson, Manptjcr CARD8TON BRANCH .............. F. V. Cavera, Manager BARONS BRANCH '.........:...... S. D. Griffiths, Manager 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 MATER-I AL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE ;