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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX T11K LETHBniDGK SATIWOAY, SKPTKMmCR 29. 1917 !M PIE OF At (Grain Growers' Guide) Last Canadian farmers know what they are to for 1917 crop of Thai prlw be for N'o. 1 N'ortbern in .-tore al Forl or Port Arthur, Is approxiruitely the same as farm- In Ihe Untied Slates will receive -or vfhear of equal qtiaUly al Dulmh 1 jr Minneapolis. It Is a liberal price find we will bo aitisfactory jenerally lo the farmers of Canada. II guarantee to Ihose with a Iftlr crop a good return for labor anil Investment even In YilE POTATO COMES BACK Tho rotate crop which will be iiroduccd this year means that lhls> imporlaul food staple will be cheaper, and unVes ll possible for families ihut had to cm down on potato coueump- ttun because ol lilgli prices to restore j ihe lubor to a place their bill or fare. Potatoes cf die searou are, already Jn Ine TuarkPi Ln large q'jj.nll-j lies, anil, since Iho early _lmvrsUjd lg tulld They realize thai build a Is-a Question en longer needing tabo answered, be- great number o( silos I'D use is tho most roavlucfng proof of tbe value of iheru. aro haofeers willing IP uiate lubers can not be kept easily, sh be c-alc-n more abundantly H spoil- ase Is to be avoided. to the breadstuff's potatoes are a silo will Increase Ibe savins lu the Increase the Sit IN OBJECT, Hold Conference With Domin- ion Government and Suggest Some Aclior, VuUi important" food crop of the I that it con- WMteru nailous. TUev are all 1De cmlre com plant: Ibal il moro DOTf ,ae irorM. provides a and yal- Ottawa, sept. of leading Iron, and steel Importers end users were In conference Ibis morning Sir Foster, min- ister ol trade and yCunnert'e. The [position In relation'to the embargo by the Volte J Stales In ex- from Ihe United Stales of certain Iron and'stei-l products was iaelr labor anJ investment even in supply Is short, since they [ut> ihese limes or excesive nisll mln.n' (he principal food ele- tbal costs. That ihere is any element of mcnl contributed by bread, ami so I "Lw feed tor the entire year; arid stimulates discussed at and the outlined. The Iron and eteel 's iinen will aoiv meet together to sug- jgest a line of acllon lo tbe depart- I this crop by Sir George Foster last Jsprins and rejected by (be Canadian I Council of Agriculture. U is at teasl 1 from 40 to cents more tlun The space contain -pouuds of nutrl- realized by.Uie farmers for iast year's j els as compared with B-'crop. Most, of this crop will grade j bushels, Lhe five year average, lu the Is tow estimated' ot busli- menls. or jusl twice fls mucli. Noting These facts, which would be.the cheap- er to 100-ton' siio or n SQQ- much higher inan thai of and it ,Epring ivheat slates, Minnesota- is ton barn io slore hay? will pay tivEU therefore mean a uu-h u-ilh bushels; for itself in three years and has beea While the spreadi Noun Dakota, bushels; j known to do EQ In some instances In i return. _ _ I) hare not yet been sei ior cuui-tEoulh bushels; merclal grades below No. 3 Xorlbern, AVnrfilngton bushels, this will be doiie soon and uo suca This totals bushels as a confused condition of afTsirs as pre-1 compared with bushels 'raileil last fall ivhen such a tercel last year and bushels, 'amount of loff grade wheat began to) ihe five-year average, come in will be possible this sea-j Potatoes, barley, oals and corn all son. The spreads so far set between show comfortable Increases al ,433.- trades would seem to be fair and con-; bushels as compared wkh fairly closely ivltb the spreads 2S5.4S7.QOU In 1910 acd ;in times of normal trading before the the fire year average. The barley AVIIh alfalfa and grains many farmers were caught nnprepar- cd during Ihe past winter and spring cwam to furnlJh feed lo their stock. Those Munlllons D with silos suffered much less loss in non producllou of milk or beet or mutton. Production Is and should be Iho aim all farmers in theso days of necessity. Increased production In. alii Hues ot. sfoet necessary, and In no iiipany Company. Hamilton; 0. Leonard and Lon- don; Dominion Bridge Company. Can- adian Car cod Foundry Company, Thomas "Roberlson and. Company, Montreal; U- S. Slecl Products Com- pany, Montreal; Goldfc and 3lcCul- loch Gait; Hamilton Bridge Worts, Dnimmond-McCall Company, Montreal; Sawyer-Masscy, Hamilton; Massey Harris, Toronto; Cockshull Plow Company, Uranltord; Canadian .onlrcal; Imperial loard, OUaira; McKln- and Company, 55her- brooke; the department of railways and canals, and Ihe department of crop Js at bush-1 manner can it 'be more casJly and' AT t els as compared with last' solved than by using a silo. The I i wheat toe consumption in or out of j year and ihe rive-year av- w-m incrcaEC' production. It will .11 Ir'flxed price the sum of two cents parjat bushels aa compared j winter-Ieejllcg problem and give tbe i to Lhe board, and when tbls THh last year and returns u-liea-market prices' 1-'Brain' is purchased for eiport an ad- Hie five-year average, j f0r buttpr tat two cents per bushel is to The oats crops Is estimated at paid to Ihe" board. This will create bueh.els as compared -K'' out of ivhfcli will be paid Ihe last year and charges on grain in country elevalora. lor the board of supervisors will utilize the existing channels ot distribution, namely, the Late Ship- pers' Clearance association and the the live rear average. .THE VALUE OF POTATOES Tbe disastrous losses in production, and ID mcny in'stances the selling ot the stock that occurred last wJuler, should not occur acaln. Action lo pre- vent such lossM-fof should be adopted, for ire heed In par- ticular every dairy cow, because dairy products will be more in demand than Tatars wiii be the same as now, but (any leftover potato can ba used In many palatable ways for break- fast or iupper, and this is a conven- ience from the housekeeper's stand- point, since It helps her lo make paJ- alable meals. Not only is It useful from (ie eass with whlcb H can'be prepared and the number or palatable Tiys in ivhlch it can be but it is very important for the food ma- terial it supplies. It is one of the most wholesome sources of starch and .___. Is also fairly rich In the mineral mat- tbe altitude ol the buyer, the! ter which tue body needs. Ol Ihe milled wheat commission. Had the! mineral .sails one miist not overlook Ihe importance ot the milk alkaline salts it conialcs, because Ihete are needed by the body to counter- balance the acid salts which meats the maximum margin ibeiween the base price and by the Einallest'tflTsier- In 'the .most remote dislricl, ;omiLLiug will Hcarcelr be LTrelr ta Riceed Eli cents! Such a" margin, however, has not yet been definitely set .The wort of Ihe board of grain sup- I (..ervbors in Ihei-prire of wheat J Jfhas been a must difficult one and was necessity gorerned.Tery largely by the line of. action iii'United Stales and Musk in Its pure state is so radio- active lhat. If held close lu the body for a time, It will produce sores sim- ilar" Lo those caused by radium. Vancouver. Sept. W. Howell, leader of tho opposition In tho Ou- larlo legislature, this alter noon be- tors tho Vancouver Ccuadlan Club UUcd on the position of Canada la Ihe war. His audience was the largest ever assembled by Iho club. "Wo cannot carry oo this slrug- gler said Mr. Kowoll. "on Iho prin- ciple of UiaUeU HablHly. Germany will uot permit us to do so. Canada plafclQB her whole future or. the Issue and have goao too far to withdraw from fight now." Mr. JlowcU expressed tho opinion lhat tho efforts Canadians hail put forth mlfiht have accomplished more hid Canada been belter organ- lied for the cond-ucl ot Ihe war. "Thero Is much more we liavo htf Gil Jed, 4lby tho efforts VTQ have put forth If (hero had beeo less of politics -In connection this said Mr. RoweH, "Is-the largest aad wealthiest and most fn- of nil the (tominlons of Iho empire, and in proportion lo her pop uUUoa she has provided the fewest men anrt sufrereil less tban any otb- er portion of the empire. 1 Eay this .not with a view lo minimizing tho tuagnlflccnl effort wo haro put Tor- Svard bul ID order lo what oth- ers have accomplished arid lo show the further work wo arc sllll able lo ilo." Tht speater declared lhal thn smallest responslblHty that Cauada can undertake for the future Is to maintain in unimpaired strength our present four divisions and ho was convinced that thcso could not be maintained except "by some form of compulsion, such as the eelectlve draft." -U6 odrocalcu Iho taking of surplus profits Eor (be purpose of Iho state. An EdgHsb chemist has produced a substitute for nitar ot roses from petroleum. Buenos Aires. SepL. today held up a as It was npproachlns the cciiltal. Five sold- iers on guard" on the locomotive were injured. As 3 result ho furlber at- tempts will be made "to bring food supplies'Into Buenos''..Aires until railroad strike has That a patent for a.screw propelled steam vessel'Lad been Issued as far back iis 1S03 recently, was" discovered In the'French patent board "made a set price at Fort Wil- liam wili a periodical, say monthly addition In. price Co cover the carrjlus charges instead of collecting a fund as will be the JorL WiHlam price ould have soon been In advance ot the DiJuth or Minneapolis price and there would probably have been deep dissatisfaction among some 'United will "now to advantage In prlie lo holding their "grain. True' where they farm storage they can doubtless. better devote their lime to preparing all Ibe [and possible fqr cost season's crop than by team- llng grain Ui eleyalOTB. and. eggs produce when ID Uils we hare a 'justification ot the use of potatoes In Lhe diet In liberal quantities ami of our common custom of serving them with meals. When the price permits, potatoes should, by all means, be.ma.de a, part of the dieL CONSTABLE SUSPENDED. M'lndEOV OnL. Sent. Mark Eesei counlr constable, ,_ uas been'auEpcnded by County 3ndge lo rioters who opposed Father Laur be bcUer off If Ibey get tbeir money 'jthan keep.lh.eli wheat. Xs allowance 1 frootlftr SepL- Aastrian Z5 closed yesterday. JSTO Ains, or Ived "IQ SwlUerlnrid from AUitrle. Abbaa former Khedive ol Egypt, however, received I'RHeclaL pass for Vienna. The ei- Khedlve, has been In EwK- kerlAjid .for several months, has de- cided to take up permanent residence lhat city. FOODSTUFFS The amount of fbtftfstuffs which Git at Britain can purchase jn Canada depends upon the amount of money which the Canadian .Gov- ernment can supply Treasury, this again impends upon you placing your savings at the of the Government by.sub- scribing to War Loans AND YOCK LOCAL BOND HOUSE The British Canadian Trust Co; ,313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH" LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I FARMJAN'DS OI the Hudson's Bay Company" j end Calgary Edmonton Lan4 Co.- CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H.Macbeth Agency Traction Engine REPAIRS Wei ire well equipped to handle all klndt of repair work en either atsam or gai tractori, Only high class work cur thop, and we will quota you that ire rlaht. N1VEN BROS. .216-Flrrt Ave. PKone 1712 Buenos Aires, Sept. lgofon Js preparing a message In reply to the request made by congress lhat" the diplomatic relations between A i genllna and Germany be broken. The p'rcsldenl, it la understood, con- tends thai It la Impassible Lo break off relations wllh Germany because ot the Count Voj Luibarg Incident, Lhe government considering this af- fair Lo hare been adjusted by Ihe German foreign office explanation. Irrigable Farm Land We have a few choice quarter sections far sale In the COALDALE DISTRICT.- Price -from acre_ Easy Terms. Apply PHONE 1343 WILSON SKEITII C. P. R. LAND AGENTS SHERLOCK BUILDING Pills, Sept. airplane amba- Janet Ibat has been Irlcd oul nucceas- lolly In recent teats la the Intention of Dr. Chaasalng of the French mtlllarr service, "who represented a Tro'jnilsd passenger during the Initial j trials, loccupylnB one of the two that are plated In Ibe bll 1 boic.[ the ma'chlna behind the iMot. '3 prolKised lo paint Ine red cross cozsfttuotisly on (he boz on Ihe ildc -..oC the machine and adopt. Ihe rule ot tfrlir CO higher than 200 yards, EO thai .tbi enemy trill be atlo to easily per. crire the red cross. TUQ FOUNDERS. Vtncoaver, Sept. Vfiacou- I ver tog AKred hot foundered In Aivncmraon Channel, ene of Ibe en i trtnccs to Jervls Inlel, according to Wi which reached ths clly today, he 'ing was lowing n boom of logs, I It Is prceamed, eho ran on a. j All hand! are reported site. SUPPRESS HUN PAPERS Copenhagen, Sept. or- ders cf the military authorities the rian-Gcnnan newspaper Deutsche Ed- iting ot Berlin has been suppressed, and the Eoclallat organ Volhs of Dlnlzlg, haE been placed nndcr pre> yentlve censorship. In connection with this and other recent suppres- sions of fn Germany it ta Interesting lo recall the ultimatum by the main committee'of. the rclchatag at lla session In August. The commlt- lee eare eoverament four weeks to reform Iho censorship, restricting It to ltd proper place In the control publication of military news. Censor- ship ol political newspapers br the military has rjcrcr been more active than at present. CONVINCED THE JUHY Sept. ou tls knees before a corcner'a Jury day and scaring by all Iho BalnU that he was Innocent of Ihe death .of Kaalrolr Swengler Friday night, Jo'uli Juskarlrls convinced the jury lhat II was a case of involuntary Jiomlclda and (his was lha verdict, tho two mefl had been celebrating a'holl- ?A-; in Juakarlrli' apartmcnte and tell downsKIrs together. SwcnEler ivas killed In the (fOL Have You Raw Land? Here's an Oppoi'tunUy (o Have It Produce Without yoiu-. personal Attention. There arc, In. Southern Alberta, many Irakis of land now lying Idls which should be producing In tlieso trying limes of food shortage and high prices. Much of Ibis land la owned hy non-residents who would be only loo glad lo have It produc- ing were It not for the fact thnt Oicy are unable to give II personal attention and have no one properly uuallllcd lo loofc after It for them, sccuro tenants, collect rentals, looli afler land paymenls, taxes, In- surance, etc. I am endeavoring to meet' this demand, and offer my services In Ihls capaclly. Having leased my lands for a term of years I am prepared lo devoie pracUcalljr my enllre time lo 'Ma work and believe thai my eleven years of actual fanning cxperfcnco In Ibe CrinMnle District will enable me Ui produce satisfactory results. DankTng anil other references fur- nished. If you have friends at 3 distance own Ine land In Southern Alberta, please- pass Ibis notice nltine. Would oJso be gl.id to hear from .tenants desiring farms for ceil year or a'lefm of years. W. H. Pawson, Jim. ROOM 11, STAFFORD BLOCK, Cattle Breeders Attention Messrs. Leffingwell A. Shep- herd have for Gale at Warner, Alberta, a few head choice Here- ford and Aberdeen Angus Ing slock, which Include B Here- ford Heifers, 2 Hereford Bulli, 4 Aberdeen AHQUS Heifers, 2 wllh calves at foot; 2 Angui Bulln These an'malfi are all regis- tered and are first cFais slock. PRICES REASONABLE FARM LABOR Phone or Wrile Bcas- Employment Agency for Your Farm Labor We have a large number of good men arriving r.vcry day, .We have on our llata a num- ber of good eooki, male and fc- rrliift, also separator men and en- both gai and iteam with good We oti plice n buntllt Ittmi a{ attractive FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS Dropped March 1st, from Full Blooil Ronineys and Kainbodllct Ewes per head in Carload .Lots per head, Lota Of 1O or leu F. O. B. LETHBRIDGE DELIVERY ANY TIME Thest best stuff ever .bred In Canada, xfrom World Exhibition Prize 'Winners, Bred especially for th'e'western' range, keeping both wool and mutton qualities and constitution In eight. CALL OR WRITE R. C. HARVEY 631 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETUBP.inGE Your Will Should Be Made WHILE YOU ARE IN GOOD HEALTH APPOINT THIS COMPANV YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE, TO INSURE YOUR DIRECTIONS BEING CARRIED OUT WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR. YOUR ESTATE WILL BENEFIT BY OUR EX- PERIENCE AND RESPONSIBILITY. BOOKLET ON WILLS BY HE9UEST. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited Calgary, Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEEH, STETTLER. SHEEP SALE PUBLIC AUCTION Lcllibi'lilge Fair Grounds Oct. 10-11 REGISTERED AND UNREGIST- ERED PURE BRED AND CROSS BRED Rams and Ewes Also limited number of ranee sheep. Excellent accommodation, List of entries now ready. Ad- ditional entries accepted. Sale under cover. For entry blanki, -condltloni and particulars. Ad4reii G. p. DEARDORFF, Lethbrldgs, Alta. HORSES For Sale I have brought in a cnr loatl of good hordes., ANYONE WANTlrfo GOOD HORSES QE.T BUSY. ARE NOW AT MY BARN. L F. BOiHtll AUCTION SALE OF. Farm Stock and Implements At (he Ldhbridge Sale and I'ccd IJarn THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION On WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3 1917, SALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING: 165 of fol cuws; 25 licnd Of fnt steers; 35 bead ol ranga com; 3D (at calves; 20 hcnd cf ilolry cowa, milking. 1 cook sieve; i office flcsk, roller ri marcs, 1300 (o HOD' 4.1o.6 Jtars oM, broks. to. harness; 5 cddlnga, 3 (o S years mfirpd, brcil; 1 (ieldlnfia, 2 ycr.rs olil; S rlslog'2 goH- Inga, rlnlng ,2 ycnra old; 3 BURKES, wafons, harness. EVERYTHINQ WILL BE SOLO A9 THE PHOPRIETOR HAS SOLO HIS FARM. CASH. J. A. SMITH, ;