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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST M, 1MB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Ask lor Blue Ribbon products nnd see that your dealer gives them, Blue Ribbon goods are guaranteed to satisfy. If otherwise you may return them. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder are the best on the market or they couldn't be sold with ao a guarantee. HINTS FOR HARVEST By J. C. Dryden, in the Farmers' Advocate. Have you given your liimlcrs an (ivcihaul'iiiK1.' II mil, spend the first day .at till) repair shop on them. You will cut at least as much Brain iluriiiK the rim if you Jo. Repairs made in the held are generally ot a temporary character, and to keep a machine ruining riRhl, any son, so you can fuke'advantage of the If you can't thresh out o woods in Que- bec and Ontario per pound. Caraway, llowcrs Miiy to July, oc- curs on waste ground in Eastern Canada II to Oc. per pound. Peppermint, flowers July to Sep- tember, occurs in wet ground from Nova Scotia lo Ontario 9 to Hie. per pound. .Mr. Adams, in addition to giving description and exact illustrations, in even- case quotes the market price. Following the plants in leading de- mand, he comes to those used in moderate or small quantities, such as Irish llcss, -Ergot, Male Kern, White IJmc, Hemlock, Balsam Fir, Juniper and so on. These occupy 2-1 pages, t-.vo to five to a page, and then we have foreign medicinal plants which might grow in Canada. A list .of 5 publications and a comprehen- sive index add to '-lie instructive-ness and inleresl of an exceedingly valu- able bulletin. :i the mil; tei-ial they bear on an able lo note any slack Uic positions of Ihcm. Did you ever put a si lib-tongue so that the left side ihe t'our-uorsc cvencr will rest against it when turning? This gives the ni'ht-siele team (on a leit-lianel [a h) lt has been founii thai the weed seeds in manure piles rot (juicltly tinder or- dinary conditions, so iliai pwlically n1; I of them have losi ilioir vitality in The rainy season is about ovei. Your soil is filled wilb moisture Unit should- lie held tor the next crov. What have you (lone witli votlr siimmcr-lal- low lielet V Have yon been diligent wilb the harrow ailer the heavy rains? Have you kept down the weeds and volunteer grain1.' If you have not done this you will not get Ihe best results. Have you made arrangements for a few mure cows'this .summer, and are you on the Irack oi three or four good brood sows, lo bring in iilters of pijTK that will make you a good bunch oi hogs to turn ol'i next fall If von are a homesteader, remember that easy street lies in the direction of the pig pen and the cow path. The alfalfa field and the pasture will buy you an automobile long before the wheat lield will get you a wheel- barrow, li you have hot the money to buy the cows and the brood sows see trie banker, slate your case, tell him what you want and what you intend to do, and if you are all .will keep a grain hoisc in its place, not be scattered The slicks are made of light strong mustard is very apt to lie wilh snaps on each enll. 'I he by this means. troduced DISMISSED NEUTRAL Moose .7a'.v,, Grazier, in charge of the city employ- ment bureau, has been dismissed by tbe following repeal- ed complaints hy the pnhli" he is pro-German in Ills sympathies. In a statement asked for, Grazier says: "I am not pro-any-nationallty, and am strictly an Internationalist." He Insists .that he is an Englishman, hut has never boasted of it, and considers it "hypocritical cant, lo assume any superiority over Russian, French, German, etc." He has been, four years in the city employment. The commissioners in dismissing Grazier, take the attitude that "he who is not for us, is against rm on ijl The" same arrangement is put on manure in a mle, or, heiiur >ct, in a the other outbiile. horse. The jockey j pit, tor several monfns before spreau- sticks niav he fastened to a halter ing. riii' ami thus save a horse that has; 'Weed seeds may to a iartu n> a sensitive moulh. being wind blown. This is especiiy. y The oven-beck is simply driving the true of chicory, danele ion. broom centre team with the ordinary lines, sedge, Canada thistle, and sucli ou._- and lakinp- a long overchcck from the weeds as possess a light feathery "ap- point the lines spread to the outside us. Such seeds may be _carnoi a bit ring on the outride horse and j mile, or more in a strong wind. Hie using either hamcs to bit couplers or i Russian thistle of the western Slues bil-to-iiit betivcen. Some can! is perhaps, the greatest wind blown res-driven with ally method, hut many uveeil nest. The matured plain, wlucli others can be handled much easier ls almost round In shape, across by these two systems. jthe prairie, scattering seed as it goes. "Controlling the sire of the sheaf! A sooil fence is very effective .in ar- s something many operators have j resting the niogress 01 ibis enemj.. not a firm grasp oi. Hinders nave an upright guage against, which the grain the 'SOME TIMELY ADVICE is packed till its weight releases the living mechanism. In some machines (Campbell's Scientific j this guagc is also the trip. Now, j Rcmcmber Unit the binder should any altering of the position 'of this lowed by the disk harrow lor together and see if an organization can not be formed to get one. A cream check'coming in every month is a mighty cheering lliing to a lone- some family. Yes, it is bard work to milk cows twice a day. We all un- derstand thai, hilt just find some- thing that brings success that is not accompanied with hard work. MILKING RECORDS CT PURE-BRED COWS Nine years ago, ihe Livestock branch of the Federal department of Agriculture, in co-operation with cer- tain record associations, represent- ing breeds of dairy cattle, began to record Ihe performance of piire-brsd milking cows. Each record assocU- tio.i agreed upon a standard of yiesld tor i.cws Oi its respective breed to CONSTiPATIENTS Read This- i guage merely changes the tightness (if the budle and not the "size or I weight oi it. To alter the size the compression spring which the trip works against must he adjusted, and ,rram and weed seeds. this, ,ii 'tightened, leaving the Remember also that this disking of t was. will mean a heavier i stubble-field by forming a mulch the purpose of conserving the remain- j ing moisture in the soil to prepare, the surface to receive anil take n the rainfall and to germinate seat.cicd' B E L T I N G We Carry a Stock of Leather Belting froni Inch to Six Inches "Maple Leaf" Canvas Thresher Belts. 'Lion' Brand Endless Rubber Belts. "Genuine Gaudy" Endless Thresh-, cr Belts. J Supplied at short nptice. MR. THRESHER, GET OUR PRICJES AND .DIS- COUNTS BEFORE BUYING. Alberta Saddlery Co. will result. [UCe when turned under, j fore but The string tension at the twine box is merely to keep the slack out of the twine and need not be tighter than will permit of easy pulling" out of the twine with thumb and finger. Learn to tie a weaver's knot or else a square knot when connecting two balls of tw-inc. The first is an ideal knot, and if the string is well packed down into the under 1 so that the knot will not catch on the j last strands of the top one many a I tangled end and a rethreaning of "the needle will be saved. connection with It must be remembered that the bowels should move freely once a day to ensure perfect health. When such is not the case the poisonous waste material is absorbed into the system, thus producing a self blood poisoning. The causes of Constipation are many and varied. Among the more common may be mentioned poor stomach di- gestion, a deficiency of bile in the intestines, a lack of secretion in the bowels, and a want of the .natural muscular contraction ,of the intestines from above downward. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and GOc, stimulates and restores the stomach digestion, increases the flow of bile into the intestine, causes a flow from the in- testinal glands, and restores the na- connpciion WIMI a t when the surface is dry and crust- tural downward action of. the mtes- wncn inc tincSj ,t casy to secure a kernel ahead vour harvest when thr wheat is in the stiff riouRh. Keep oi thr pa Arrange for free action of the bowels, which- is one of the most important requisites to health. 1 Sold by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited VVEED SEEDS ON THE FARM Preventive Measures That Consti- tute the Principles of Control (Prepared by United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) the introduction of weed seeds ..on the farm, preventing; weeds from going to seed, and preventing perennial weeds from making top- growth are the three principles of i weed control. In purchasing for clover iseed, grass seeds or grain many weed I seeds as impurities are brought to the farm. In no permanent way wi'il the quality of seeds offered for sale he improved, except hy a greater knowledge and alertness on the cus- tomer's part. The first requisite is to know what constitutes good seed; second, to know fairly closely what high grade seed is worth, and, third, to ;he will- ing to pay a fair price for it. Laxity on one or more of these points is re- {spbnsible for most of the trouble' over poor seeds. Cheap seeds are really the most expensive kind that can he purchased. In improving his knowledge of what constitutes good seeds Uie fanner will find the advice of the state ag- ricultural experimental stations and the United States department of Ag- riculture, of great assistance. Thcae institutions gladly test samples of seeds for farmers free of charge. 'Some kinds of stock feed are free of weed seeds, while others arc not. Cottonseed meal, oil, meal, brewers' and distillers' grains, corn bran, mid- dlings and the g'luten feeds are prac- tically free of weed seeds, but mol- nssos feed, oat chop, wheat'bran and the mixed seeds arc apt to contain more or less seeds of various weeds. This is especially true of that class of mixed feeds made from mill bypro- ducts, for the reason that such bypro- ducts are partly composed of screen- An Experienced Executor The administralion of a Will calls lor wide experience in iimmcial and commercial mailers. Tliis Trust Company offers you Hie experienced services of a body of successful business men. They have every qualification for the perfect adminislralion of your Will. Write for otir booklet on 'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commerce IjIcNIeol, Inspector. We have a good General Store Business for Sale In Coutts, Alberta Write or call on us for particulars t ___ British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843, Conybcave Block Lethbridge, Alberta V I XI- No matter how cold the weather may be, your tractor will start up rieht if you lubricate it with Pnlarine is ihc one reliable cold ivtalhcr lubricant. It a zciii tcit before it leaves tile refinery. Especially adapted to the more expensive and finely constructed tracton. STANDARD GAS ENGINE OIL Favorably known for year: as a'thoroiiEhly reliable tractor hibri- ram wlie're a licai-icr oil than Pouriiie is desired. Especially adapted lo stroke, low compression engines. Jliiv Fuhrine and Standard Gas Engine Oil in non-leakable steel the ciicuj) ami cotivcmtnt method of handling lubricants on tlic farm. Branch the Dominion THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited qualify for registration, while the Livestock Commissioner formulated regulations under which tests were he carried o.ut. At the end of each year a report of the. work has )een issued, containing a list of the nimals that (ina'iified for registra- tion during the year, their breed, age, ownership, milking period, production of mill; and fat and such other in- formation as migbt l-easonably he looked for in all official report Each year the work has increased until ihe seventh report, just issued, con- .ains no less than 15- pages of in- formation. During the year, 413 cows qualified lor registration, in- cluding WG HclsteinB, 123 Ayrshires, Jerseys, 9 Guernseys, 14 French- Cinadlans and 36 Shorthorns. The highest records made were: Short- horn, milk, 5401bs. fat: French-Canadian, milk, I531bs. fat; Guernsey, milk, 5201bs. fat; Holstein. milk, SIHIbs. fat: Jersey. "5-llbs. faf, Ayrshire, milk, '291bs. fat. This report for the second time contains an appendix containing: the records of cows which produced suf- ficient milk and fat to qualify for. registration, but fai'ied to calve, with- in fifteen months alter the. commence- ment of the test, as required by the registrations. This report is of special interest to dairy farmers, who are anxious to build "up the milking qualities of. their herds. Copies will be sent to those who apply tor them to the Publications branch of the. depart- ment of Agriculture at Ottawa- New outbreaks of toot and mouth disease are reported in Cooke Bur- eau, Ford, Henry, McDonough and Warren counties, Illinois. Judicial Sale of Farm Property Pursuant to the Final Order tor Sale in No. S. C. .iS5S Judicial Dis- trict of Calgary, there will be offered for sale with the approbation of the Master of the Supreme Court of; Al- herta, by Prank 0. "Waddlngton at his office in the City of Lethbridge, the Province of Alberta, at two o'clock in the afternoon, on Wednesday, the 1st Day of September, A.D. 1915 the following lands and premises, to- gether with all buildings and erec- tions thereon subject to the reserva- tions and conditions contained- in the Gram from the Crown or in the exist- ing Certificate of Title. THE PROPERTY will be offered for sale In 7 parcels as follows, sub- ject to reserved bids which have 'been fixed by the Court; P NO. of Section 16, Township 9, Range'.118, West of the 4th Meridian, containing 040 acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. of Section 17. Township 9, Range IS, West of the 4th Meridian, containing 640 acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. of Section 1, Township 9, Range IS, West of the 4th "Meridian, containing (140 acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. North half of Section 9, and the West half of Section 10, Township 9, Range IS, West of the 4th Meridian, containing (540 acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. of Section 3, Township 9, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian, containing ,640. acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. North half and the South-east quarter of Section IS and the North-east quarter of Sec- tion 7, all in Township 9, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian, containing 640 acres, more or less. PARCEL NO. of Section J. Township 9, Range and North-west quarter of Section ,35, Township S, Range IS, all West of the 4th 800 acres, more or less. THE VE-NDOR is informed that there are the following improve- ments on the above described pro- ON PARCEL NO. on the North, South and East aides with a three-wire fence in .fair condition. The land has all .been plowed, is level and practically free frotn stone, tout. in a weedy condition. ON PAIROBL NO. The .lands and premises are fenced -North, West sides'.' with a three wire fence. a well of water 140 ft. deep. This land hp.s all been crpppeel with the crf.eptipn of'-about 40 acres, and is in a-weedy-condition. On the North-west quarter'Of this Section are the following buildings: 2-storcy, 7-room frame dwelling in [air condition 16 ft. x 30 with wiiiK 14 ft x IS ft.; 1 barn, with hip 16 ft. studding, 36 ft. X 80 ft.; 1 storey frame horse barn iOxoO ft.; frame machine shed, 40 ft. x 60 ft., with hoard roof; 1-storey >rame oil house, If. ft.-x 20 re.; 4 frame gran- aries, in had repair. ON PARCEL NO. fenced with three-wire fence, in poor con- dition; has all been plowed; is levc., with very little stone ON PARCEL NO. North lalf of Section 9 is fenced with a three-wire fence in fair condition. This land' is ievui, with very little btone, and has all been plowed. The West half ot Section 10 is en- closed with a threes-ire fence. acres of the said land has been plow- is level, ibut lias some stone. ON PARCEL NO. There Is a three-wire fence on the West, North and South sides. The land has-all been broken, Is level, with a small amount of stone. ON PARCEL NO. land is level. The North 'half of Section 18 ]as been plowed. The Southeast, quarter of the said section and the North-east quarter of Section 7, are unbroken urairie land. OB North east quarter of Section 18 is a. 6-room, storey and a half frame dwelling On the North-east quarter of Section 7 are 2 small frame granaries, 'being 12 ft. x 16 ft. in size. The North Half and Sout.h-East quarter of Section 18 are fenced with a three-wire fence. ON PARCEL NO. are ibout 60 acres broken on the West Half of Section 2, which is fenced on the North, West and Soutti sides On ihe North-east Quarter is a frame horse barn, 34 ft. x 50 ft.' The North- west quarter of Section 35 is raw un- broken land and is not fenced. The soil is of a chocolate loam of an average depth of 12 In. to 18 in, :iaving a clay subsoil. The property is well located in the vicinity and convenient to the Town of Chin, Al- berta, en the Canadian Pacific Rail- way. THE PROPERTY will be sold on the following terms, namely: .10 per cent, of the purchase prict to be paid at the time of the sale, the Vendor or its Solicitors, and She re- mainder of the purchase price to paid into Court, to.the credit of this iction as 15 per cent, of the purchase price in 90 days from the date of sale, vrlth- out interest. 25 per cent, of the purchase price in one year frpm the date of sale, interest at 8 per, cent, per an- num. 25 lier cent, of the purchase in two years from the date of sale, with interest'at 8 per cent, per an- num. 25 per cent, of the purchase prieta in three years from the date of with interest at 8 per cent, per an- num. IN ALL RESPECTS the conditions of sale -will be the stiin'd' ing conditions as approved liy'.thfl Master or a Judge ot this Honewir- able Court. Further particulars 'can be- had 'from the Auctioneer or from Clarke, Carson and MacLeod Solicitors for the. Plaintiff, Life Building, Calgary, Alberta, DVTED at Calgary, Alberta, tils 16th day of July, A.D. 1S15. P CLARRY, M.C. (Sgd.) LAURENCE J. CLAJSKK, Ad No. U. Clerk oE tut Cntt. ;