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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1915_ "FIT-HIVES" THE MARVELLOUS PAGE F1VB IN MR 0 Han Relieved More CMW of Stomach, Liver, Blood, Kidney nnd Skin Trouble Than Any Other Medicine THOUSANDS OWETHEIR GOOD HEALTH TO IT Made From The Apples, Grunge., Combined With Toniw and Antiteptict. "Fruit-a-tivcs" means health. In years to come, people will look back to the discovery of 'Fruit-.i-tivcs' and wonder how they ever managed, to get iilong without these wonderful tablets, mads from fruit jtiicts. j "FKTJ1T-A-TIVES" is excellent for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Hour Stomach. 'Fruit-a-tivcs' is the only certain remedy that will correct ion and Liver Inntblc. Many Farmers Make Successful Experiments With Fodder Crop-Important Information for Far- mers on How to Stack Their Grain I sheaves in the outside rows TURN SOIL OVER, IS BEST METHOD To the. Kdltor of. Tim Herald: nee in your isnue of the 18th, a letter condemnliiK lhi> present meth- ods of farming. I noticed it deals j mostly with the I must believe lhal your corresimndiTU means Rood, hut in this lenei uf ami also in one of a previous .late. I Imvo not noticod where he him lilvcn any prac- tical proof of Ills ai-cuinenls. Now I. like many miire, am always 'willing to learn, bill I can not sit I down and reason the arguments of whai we would "arin-i'hair for I claim any one writing on theory wlihout the yUckins shouhl be done as .soon .is t nnvs as near knowledge the straw is thoroughly diy ami n possible, before you uoinnicnco i 0[ farminS is a delrimcnt and a dan- crisp, and the (train hard ambriuiu jn lilc lop.! to country, in the lieads-so that -It v. ill uuaK is hlgh to It Unit Ins main arenmcnt is when billon rather than nation oul. hj ;1 I t If the fii'ain was quite dry and hard, auisMl. row nnd lim 10 the un- i have not found slll..lVCS in ut icn inches furtherjder ,mrt of the furrow. I have found troubl? from stacking when the dm j Uuu below them, UlB rools of will always .in hut iiml it- an lot double row as hciorc, at, the hotloni ol' he furrow saves [rom slipping when j are vtefe lhe lllallt molsure is, top on a stack. as arc turn Two Stacks sheaf sn that the hent end slants hesi to build two round ends, for one, room enough 'them for a load of sheaves on (I wagon, and that will be just about the right distance apart foi tin kerp the putting t I lim: stacks it ho not on ton wl'iTi- the now dirt is: and that tlie seed should be placed in and in that way they will run Ule rirm banli moisl seed bod. water out. Continue building the. hm inside as before, always beiilK plowed lav the sheaves close, and turn j d am, the outside 6ni., Uir foniiii that sliibble land j in June wiiiie moist, six in- j soon after, and i it rii-.lH over to be j ouj.i.b .01 neaos anu nuns L-IUIU uuuuu mu.. n starting; men bcRiii at the ou drv piece build a row alon and other Skin Troubles. "FRUIT-A-TITES" lias been one of the great successes of tlie century and the sales are enormous, both in Canada and the United States. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size 25c. At all dealers, or sent postpaid on receipt of price by 3''ruit-w-tives Limited, Ottawa. MORE GERMAN KULTUR Brussels. Aug. von Bisslng, military governor of Bel- gium, has issued an order providing for the punishment of every person, "who. without adequate reason, re- fuses to undertake-or carry on work p'f public Interest which is.demanded bv the German authorities, and which Is' suited to his calling." Punishment I" also threatened to any person who hinders work ordered by the Germans nr induces other persons to decline to work. Chemically pure iron, produced in Germany by electrolysis, when heat- ed, compares in hardness with alum- inum, but can be toughened by cold Tolling. The invention of. a golf club with interchangeable lieads permits all the strokes- to. be made ..with, one stick, without the necessity of. carrying .sev- eral. Kingston-, Ont., Aug. Sli.-Keginald Holland, nine years of age, son oi Wm Holland, was instantly k lied this afternoon by fating oK a l of hay on to: the prongs 01 a pitch- fork. '_________ when asked about it. When to build slacks, choose a oi Knoll if possibl that they will not get wot from the hot on, 'and have it level between the slacks, so that the 'threshing ma- chine will set level, and in that way .rouble froth the machine, throwing grain over is very often avoided Start building opposite one end of the loaded lay two sheaves one or the other, and about eight Threshing Machinery FOR SALE CHEAP. 25 H.P. CASE ENGINE. 40-62 CASE SEPARATOR. 28.50 CASE SEPARATOR. 8 BOTTOM JOHN DEERE EN- GINE GANG. Will sell all above goods AT-A-BARGAIN. M. P. Johnston Co. Alberta Blsck Phone 651 old-fashioned plow, 'something that would turn the fur- row on its edge, though still keeping both oulsides at once, crossing me gf tlle rjcll top. he wouia ops a little, and then lay a row as to turn over those trouble- some weeds that will sprout and grow. I should judge his plow would do work like one that does not scour, and r-n always, tell that same plowing ill irrow Ul) all Ullc -.out eight i found hard lo get feet from the wagon lay-a row of. ,vjti, a fork. crossed rfntrf close tucelliL'r as possible along the centre, lops and butts turn about, anil the stack is liiiished and if the centre is kept well filled such a stack will turn out any amount of ram. "that will grow up The last row around the top should lurrow that gets turned on he laid by hand, as it will he them to stay sheaves with tops up slightly starting to lay them on tlie first ones placed "and with the. loaded wagon lay the row to fourteen feet, according to Centre of Stack centre of lhe r. !ItSI doSnot intend to try to tell a pur- I son how to farm, as there are many practical books on that subject. Halt! Gin ike Countersign! Until you know the name "Black Cat" and all it stands for in'cigarette quality, you cannot enter into the zone of complete enjoyment. Black Cat Cigarettes nro a Bond thing to havo naavv. Whrn j-rm'rc fonieillC for smokes, don't lie conlent with e Rood." The name "Black Cut" Is considered hjr British smokers everywhere as the comi'.crslsii tUat "food smoking." lack C at -10 for 1O Cents Ton'tl nnd welcominK your open dpir- ettc-cnsc readi I" return the compllmctit on all occastons. Fvcry momber ot the Blaci. Cut Army one of U.e nevf and exciting Blnck Cat War Games. It's you send SO Coupons lo Black Cat Headquarters, Should Be No Blockade CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE with a total carrying twelve million bushels. The average time for a trip to Montreal la three weeks, hut this trip is taken only by the Welland .canal boats, being those not more 1 han 25C- feet u ich %vjlh a cal.rying hold from four to five hundred bush- a half circle, and continue huildini around until vou have your stack bottom about fourteen to sixteen feet wide and ten to fourteen feet longer, according to the length ol the first laid. Then start and lay two rows around the outside, butts out, laying the second row with the, butts a. 'little over half way out on the first or outside row, building the ralking on tlie second 01" inside row. In building that way the outside row is .never tramped. Lay the sheaves as close els of slacks there is not so much _heavy pitching as in round stacks' oi the same size, as the round stack is wider for the number of loads than he other am! four sma I, round tacks are very bad to thresh, as the nachine has generally to he moved together' as' for if they arc left loose, snow and rain are very apt to drift, in.and cause trou- ble" 'Viler building tho two outside rows of sheaves, start another row inside of them, laying them out. over half way on the row laid before, and continue building in that way until the centre of the stack is reached, when a vow. cap. he laid along, the centre ol the stack where the butts of tho side rows come together. Use a Fork Always use a fork in stacking, and have the man who is pitching off the load turn all the sheaves close enough so thal'you can'-casiiy reach.-.them with your fork, and tramp on each shea? "as it is-laid, except the out- side rows, :as explained above. Alter finishing the row, .start at the. out- side with a dQiihle. row'ot sheaves as I before and continue building in the I same war. After a few rows have been built, put a -slight' swel on your stack by; putting the outside rows out a little, or them straight above the them, and they will slip out enough to make the swell, if the gram is dry. As the stack gets higher, lay the sheaves out on tho inside rows built siieaves ouii on WHU before them enough to raise the cen- at the wVed ,per ac. good advantage. With the two long youra tru'lj, threshinp machine, will hoi -...GEO. .H. iA'ANS. hack to give no trouble jtacks on your cor- not advise us r a'one and thereby, perhaps, 'new beginner as we'll as orb- it wrong Idea of farming methods should he trulv grateful .to him if ile' .till furnish facts of his personal respondent is: on theory cive the wveilj csperieDCe rojy the last three years, ip to the second pair, and it onh" anjj 3h6w Us-.where we can ellmmaie U-o round stacks are huilt together lhe setting is too small to thresh to mshclling the grain, when, the cyl der is opposite to the centre1 of Uiu stack. And altltuiigh there is a big bottom pitch up to the machine such threshers would rather do t than have smaller settings and more moving, ana the bottom of a stack is easily huilt. i Professor Bedford, Dep- uty Minister of sys- tem laid (town is correct as''far, as; the building of tlie stack is concern-' ed, but I strongly object to the'shapc of stack-recommended, as I almost impossible to keep a large oblong stack from settling too much in ,the centre, and would only recomr mend the building of rouiid -stacks. CORN 'RAISING IN TABER DISTRICT NOT-TOO-WELL-KNOWN GOAT parts of Clarerve r. ctnr-lf nroduction prevails the greater part-of the >CvaI .t. thd Tisrnr Oi t They coldest winter do not require ,IM umi Creator shelter than a shed to tfItlou's "food and pure, water arc sup- (Tab following Times) farmers Ti'iif1 TOIV )C useu in and The Rocky Mountains Sanatorium Hotel Frank, .Albierta Under-New Management ide o! mohair and at time may be used _for__thp_ cnrnP the same Boat Division of the Live Stock ,ecessary to keep the cars standing n the. varils, room can he found for something over rifteen thousand of thcm. An additional storage capacity of fifteen million bushels is thus jiro- ,-illc.l. At ljort Arthur and Fort IVi iiam the three transcontinental rail- ways have a total of approximately 150 miles oi terminal trackage divid- ed as follows C. P. R., 103.7 miles-, Canadian Northern, 36 miles, and -Na- tional Transcontinental.- 2" miles. Load at Rapid Rate The elevators' oi the twin ports are so equipped that they take from o..-..... wheat loaded and trimmed iii tv of the elevators, and .probably al- T1 smaller elevators so' short oi the amount which pers will wish to get put during the inal weeks of navigation. I JIB lullun.llg .-allllein ill nllu around the Taber district are. raising corn successfully iu ylots ranging from one to twenty-five-acres 'Albert Torrie, Thomas Jiidspn, S. B. Winchester, H. Schmidt, Henry H. Schmidt, George Lee, J. M.--Johnson, A. P. Hempel, H. N. Barrett, O. Tufte- land; Philip Craddock, Qbrden Mc- Crea, Peter Cook, Lislie Joe Guerton, Chas. Carley, R. L. Rash, W. J. Pitt. That it will be. but a fewVyears tin-, til corn will be one of lhe. cprutnbn crops of the Tiber the1. opiuion expressed to The Times by: a man well qualified to: speak on the corn question Farmers will consider it just as important to plant a forty or sixty acre field of corn as wheat; and why will it'be as the simple reason that.the corn crop is of. vast importance to the mlied j n farmer. In driving through the dis-1 treat 1JIV1S1U1I ui t..- Branch devoted to the Angora Goat and'i aeneral discussion of methods feeding and breeding, and of mohair production, hy T. Keg. "rkell B S ti.Sc., and Horace V. Bent, B.S., that can lie had at no cost whatever hy application lo the ssags: being 'a native of Turkey in Asia has trarallcd somewhat extensively into South Africa, is. fairly well known in the United States and not as. well known in Canada as desirable. Mo- hair oi which Turkey, in times ot [rom the cars and load it into boats at the rate of three thousand cars a dav which amounts to about one hundred million bushels a month. 'It is thus apparent that the railways and elevators are in shape 'to take care oi the grain from the west as fast as it is offered. The same cannot he said of the Canadian lake shipping. The avail- able tonnage is not- as gieat as in other seasons. Owing to moderation in the number oi cargoes offered on the lakes and the great demand for shipping on the Atlantic the Cana- dian Lake lines sent thirty of their vessels to the, Atlantic-the Midlant Queen one of them, was torpedoed by a German submarine. Of course they could be returned at any time, but they are so busy that course is unlikely.. One Hundred Vesieis on Lakes There are left in active service oi peace, fts. 1 K nnn ftn Sally, r and the rest of the world Ibs is the given the hair of the Angora seal. Hie word is "derived from the French "mohere md primarily, from the Arabic meaning mohair clot.i acres, it will do the same on thirty or forty acres. Iu. the of the larger fields it no doubt receive hetter attention, as ImplemQnts for corn cultivation would he secured, which would give the.cron a belter siiurt of a million bushels a day. This falls short, of the loading capac- Frank Steam Coal Is the Best Coal for all Plough- ing Rigs or any other Steam- Power Outfit. Try It once and you'll use.Tio other. You can buy it only at Becker Yates Le'thb'ridge Pbone has thrown off her lines with a full cargo of three thousand tons of her lai tttcna u. However that is not a difficult which cannot be overcome. It. is just arc quite as efficient. All are now excellent shape and local slipping men expect the biggest grain ship-. of such as has arisen before and duly suc as met. H is necessary only for tlie men ping year in the history of these two ports The record lo date was in 1913 when the cnolinous total ol mt.-i. iu j 203 bushels of gram were tawn government to pass an order-in- ln boats from the elevators of council suspending the Canadian IL coasting-laws. This, would LOuSLing lilWO, iiii.i, make available for the Canadian ship- per the magnificent lake shipping of the United States which comprises between four and live hundred 'vessels ranging from three -to'- twelve thous- ie .run Arthur and Fort. William. This lyear should do much .better for the "simple reason that the crop in the much and shipping fa- cilities have much improved. west and tons apiece for all the grain This would provide Western Canada CANADIAN BANKS NOT TO IOI nil tut could offer for shipment, through the twin ports of Port Arthur and Fort William, which, by. the way, are now considered by the government and shipping men as one port. Big Capacity The three largest elevators here are the Canadian Northern railway with a capacity of bushels, C. P. R elevator "n" which holds 000 bushels, and t-he'Orand Trunk Pa- cific railway's elevator ot. bushels capacity. These are declared by experts to be ..the last word m elevator construction and the speed with which they can handle grain is marvellous. It 'is on record-that three, thousand to the docks GIVE LOANS Montreal. Que Aug 26 Ga- zette's London correspondent cabled last night The Canadian bank man- agers met the governor of the Bank of. England, vesterday, to discuss a proposa. not to lend monei, even on short loans, at in per cent It Is un- derstood that there was practical un- animity. PAT SETTLED DOWN Pat Doughterv, who won fame at a member of the Boston Americans Chicago White Sox, is in Boliver, N. He has a good posi- companj, early summer, but regardless of this the growth has been most remarkable sta'iks in many of the fields av- eraging from five to six feet. If it cessful breeders Canada and the succeeds this-well on three or five United Slates telling" of their cxperi- printed as well as some ac- possihililics, .of shearing, of erading, nnd ol' preparation for shipment. Kx- trac.ts froin letters written by suc- count of the complaints to which' the animals are occasionally subject, with advice as'to prevcntatives and remedies. 'Uiislrations of types and j thc'flceces carried at various ages j lend impression, expression and in- chance. Practically every farmer will icim I then constiucl a silo is the terast It the pamphlet most economical way to feed corn Up-to-Date in Every Particular. Famom for Hot Sulphur Baths. AMERICAN PLAN. Ratci Per Day and Up-Special Rates'to Boarders by'Wcek or Month-Mountain Climbing-Beautiful Drivesr-Ts-irij Courti- Beit of Trout Fishing. HARRY N. ROSE, Manager. producing a feed second to none for dairy cattle. A few'sfios been constructed iii the province, but none of the districts are more favor ably adapted to growiig corn than I the Taber district and therefore we should like to see some enterprising farmer in cur district be the first man to construct one in Southern A! l.berti Ot its SIKCCKS we aie certain if the correct principles are followed, In'case of a nry year, you are more sure of getting a stand of corn on aft NINE STRIKES IN JULY Ottawa, Out., Aug. loss of 'time to employees ot Canadian indus- trial concerns during the month of .July, owing, lo strikes was aniiroxi :mately G7-10 working days, as: coin- pal ed null 853 dajs lost in Juh 1914.' Nine strikes were reported during the month as compared with 17. in July, 10H. Mrs K. Cox. widow of ._____...... president of Life Insur- count "or moisture conservation anre Co died sjldduilv Toronto through cultivjt'on than you would H was the fourth death in the Col I famili in a little our a icar Food for the Business Trenches It takes the highest type of nerve and endurance to stand the strain at the battle front of modem business. Many fail. And often the cause is primarily a physical It is a fact that much of the ordinary food is lacking in certain mineral saltt are essential to right building of muscle, brain and nerve tissue. Grape-Nuts FOOD made of whole wheat and barley, contains these priceless nerve- and brain-building elements in highest degree. Grape-Nuts food is easy to as a part of the menu of modern business men in building up the system for strenuous demWK "There's a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS MADE IN CANADA C.iwlUn CerMl Co, UA. Vmtm. J ;