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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta tHi stoke of quality; DEMONSTRATION Commencing today and continuing all week MRS. HUBBARD will demonttrata the meritt o( GOLD STANDARD TBA8. COFFEE, ^ JELLY POWDFRS AND EXTRACTS For the benefit of the ladiea'of the city and �unrounding district The goods are all gnarauteed absolutely pure and the best on the mnrket to-day. This guarantee, beinpr hacked by n responsible firm of many years standinK in the West, insures perfect safety in your using these goods. The demonstration by Mrs. Hubbard, who is an export in her department, will give you manv valuable hints as to the use and superioritT of these goods. Test the goods ard ask for Oold Standard Receipt took when you will be satisfied. Nelson 9b Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Meat9,FoultrY and Game Unsurpassed in excellence. We supply file be�t the mArket atTords. Give us a trial. Piche&Miron Telephone No.l Of Interest td the Farmer CANADA THISTLE AND wr.. i MUSTAUD DOOMED. At laHt the Canadian Thistle, wild inustarcl and tho cockle burr have met their Waterloo. No longer may they and kindred wecda flaunt thcin  iMlvMS in the (acea of dlRcouragcd fanners, ririn crops and defy eradication. Th'.'ir deatii knoll hns been sounded l>y ProfsNMor II. A. Moore of the col-lego of a-gricullurc experiment ntat-iuii of the Uuivcr�ity of WiBconain, who has just announced the results of a scries of experiments made by him and under his supervision by sev cral farmers in various parts of Wisconsin, and who has proved by these expcritnents that a 10 per cent solution of sulphate of iron, applied at the right time and Under the proper condit'ionN, will kill all tite wild mus tard in afluKI of grain without injuring a stalk of grain. / The discovery comes as the reward of many years of research, carried on by experts and kractical farmers in all parts of the worM, for a mcth-oit ot extermination which wouttl kill wcvds without retarding on injuring the crop or poisoning it for thestock to vhich the stalks were fed. Thess exiicnmcnts, together w4th the ds  maiicl that the process shall lie in-lixponsive, ore nil met in the proKcnt on and the groen ones arc invaluable for pick-ling purposes. There should lie a space for onions atid carrots and becta as these can be kept well on through the winter by placing the onions in a sack and hanging it up, and burying the other two in a box of sand. Turnips are of uncertain (luulity, tor you have to run tberisk cf their being bitter or woody. If you are fortunate enough to have a larger plot fenced in and cultivated, add beans, poas, squash, vegetable marrow, have a comer for rhubarb and one for parsley ami spinach. Make your plans now; send for seed to u reliable firm, study tlie direct  ions given with each variety, and be ready to go to work as soon as the frost is out of the ground. Between timm, talk it up among th� ivma -tiers of the family and rouse them to an interest as groat as your own.- Farmers' Advocate. Cardston is much pleatied over the numerous wins on groin made at the Frovinciul Seed Fair but also wishes to call attention of brother farmers to the (act that Cardston grain is the lowest priced grain in the Canadian markets even if it docs win pri�!H. A curious anomaly is now in force heiH!, the price of wheat being at the elevator for No. 1 Altierta Itcfl 50 to 51 cents per bushel, where �R a British ColumMa huyvr (a miller) is paying 55 cents. The prices l)c the piiroa on the world's innrkcts r|uotod iit Fort WillUim are said to lond these rule elevator prices. Is ijririmffir'il MS WHEN YOU HAVE "THAT THIRST" ON what more cooling, quenching, palliating and altogether satisfying and joy bringing than a bottle or two of some carbonated, ioed beverage suoh as we manufacture for the good of the thirsty soal? The list is long, but here is a partial list: carbonic, seltzer, lemon soda, ginger ale, sarsa-parilla, ginger beer, Ironhrew, orange cider etc., in qt. and pt. bottles, 24 to the case. Served at your door on order. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. While thn e.x|H!rii�eiits so far made the world's market price difTercnt in Willi lh� sul|ihn1c of iron have hod I the East to what it is in the West? si>ocial reference to wilaiie. Kenosha and'^Vuukesha counties last season ail are now reported to have been successes, and results prove that there has been no detrimental cflect on ttie grain. Oiieof the chief values of the discok cry "to the agriculturist is the fact that the solution is cheap enough to be practicable. To spray one acre of grain mpiireH about 100 pouiHls of iron sulphate dissolved in 54 gallons of water. Machinery for distributing the,solution over the fields is not yet lieiiig made in this country, hut it is pos-I sible a device will soon be put on iho honto market in response to the demand. The sprayer, which was iiii^ i ported from Germany for the making of the e(|uipmcnt, costs 9135. It looks much like a choinicni engine on two whcefs. Connected with the large co|ipci' tank, which holds 75 gallons of the solution, are piiies extending from each �ict and having holes on the under side through which the solut -ion is forced. A spread of 20 feet is thus secured and it takes but little lime to cover a field. A pump is set iii motion by the movement of the machine and maintains a pressure of lUO iiouihIs on the Iif|uid. cars, and thus more competition. Where there are two railroads competing cars are not so scarce and prices are belt4�r.-AUjerte Star. SOMETHING -NEW IN WEED SPECriON. IN Stock Saddles Z Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand.  * We can guarantee yon complete satisfaction. ' (Successors to Horner Hutchinson) FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVEUN6 PUBUC kXCELLENT CUISIME BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA mi ROYAL V TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rotot $1.50 and $3.00 Dqr free bus meets all trains sample BbOMS In oonneotion Herald Ads. Bring Results. PIG KAISING PAYS. As an instance of how quickly a fariiK'r can turn over his money if he goes into pig raising intelligently we draw attention to the experience of Sum Pyo in the Horn Hill district, us an object lesson fo cut aa green feed before the weeds arc ripe. Usually however, it will Ik; found that the gron^h of barley will choke and kill any weeds which nioi come .up afterwards. Where fall wheal is grown this method of disking and harrowing at frequent intervals during the summer should bo continued till it is time to plow for the fall wheat. NOTE: It is particularly important to disk and harrow as soon w poiwHble in the spring and also to harrow the growing grain when it is six inches high. SUFFEnCO FOR FIVC YKAIIS WITH KIDNJCY AND LIV-BR TROUBLE. "1 suffered for flv� yeara witk kidney and liver trouble, iriiiich caused severe paina serosa the back and a blinding lieadaclie. I bad dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not nove my bowels without a eatli-artic. I was cured by ChaaihsrIalB's Stomach aad Liver, Tablets aadkava been well now (or sis aiosths." says Mr. Arthur �. �t.cklaiid (Of Okit -taaeofa. t�ia. For sals by All It Will Pay C. P. R. Men To Us  Call Brick house and 6 lots, near Elevator New house on Bartlet St. House and 2 lots, Block C. TERMS EASY 20 lots, 3 min. from Westminster School $125 each. Terms. 2 business lots, Block 33, $5,000. 40 lots in Block C, $450 each. Terms. The H. MacBeth Agency Office-Higmbotham Block, Round Street : i : we believe in SOUTHERN ALBERtA The Land of Golden Opportunities. We have sotns special selected tracts of very fine land IN THE DISTRICT I also some bargains near Stirling and Warner. Write to our General Office for iaforaMtiea. \ M. C. UNOWLES, General Agont | LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. rfYn''n'o' of woodwork in wag- ns, windmilla, fanning mills, cream Mparstora, grain picklers, bU-slt- mitii eoAl. t.ETHBn.tOGB. ALBSRTA. cArrLB AsniAY. During the wiatsr  of cattle tevs stmyei eeto W9 premites, Sec. 98. "rp. t. fulmm M. ^ ^ Brande are in^iistiMt. ' , ' Owner can havs aaw ta|j^ pe|4|('' expenses.. ^ ^ 4 V ( ^ ;