Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE STORE OF QUALITY.* TETLEY TEA A FREE DEMONSTRATION of TETLEY'S TEA on Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week Call and have a cnp of Tetley Ten prepared.by llfra. Bryant, the expert tea demonstrator Nekon (ft Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Take Your Choice i I and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to shoose from. Our Hums and Bacou are noted for their, fine flavor. Piche&Miron, Telephone No. 1 li)3a)3l(Br(i)9r(i)rail9r(ifl�i)9rS^ or Interest to the Farmer PnKPAUIO LAMi NOW FOU FA Lb PLANTIVO It is an exuillunt plan to fircpnri; the 8oU at this time of tho .\-!len.t condition for plowing. If is thun v�'r.V good prauticu to plovr. iiiiil work i\rwn tho soil pre|mrnit��ry f thv spring when it is oftuii too wot anil sticky to lie hanilluil. Also, line action of frost upon 'tho huavy soil, when it is out in a pile, nssulls in pulvcHMnR the soil so that it can Ijo niwjly worked arounil tho roots tho following sprinjj Tt is rtiflicult to make tivcfl grow that aiv planted in wet,' sticky soil,> and this difliculty can t)c overcome by fall preparation after the manner descrilxsd. ALL AnouNI) THE FARM Sheep are not very daiqty animals and for this reason their troiiKhs should be kept clean. See that chick ens arc. not allowed to roost on tho racks and brush all slteep drnppings from the troughs before mealing them. , One acre of artichokes, divitlcd into two 'fleld8, wponwhich hogs arc turned aHernatcly, will maintain (or ty hogs and pigs throughout the sum nier. The tubers arc alanted in the spring, oil moist soil, not too claj'ey fPfant and cultivate like the potato. It Is , better, t'o give the .plants four or nvc months growth before turning the hogs .Upon. them. GAN'YHEDE never scrveii the gods with nectar so delicious as the beverages , prepared by the Lethbrldgo Browing & Malting Co., Ltd. Our ginger ale, 'sarsparilta, cream and lemon soda, ironbruw, etc., 'arc unexcelled for their luscious flavor, their purity and invigorating iiualitics. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHDSIDCE STOP AT THE /rry' the dry-hopiicr method of feeding for a part of your chicks. At first, it is said, tliey do not take kindly,to it, and some are thereby lost, but: it is a good ]ilun to give them some in the iit'tor also until they are large enough to develop a voracious aT>|W!tito, when tlioy may have the hni>pers filled some night, �JkY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ...........urcha8ed: IJeing strange, the.v are slow to let down their milk It is always best to tIo the milking each day at the same time. .'Kach one of the milkers, should keep his own section so that the cows will l)o coiue accustomed to their attendants They will do'bettor-than when chang ing about from one to another. One milker will work ra4)idly, another slowly, and any ciiango is'sure to be attended with loss. A farmer says that ho rid his farm of rats in tlie following manner: "On tt nuinlier of piec-'S of shingle 1 pnt ttliout a timspoonfiil of molass(>s and on that 1. pnt a .iiniill quairtity of con('4>ntriLt(!d l.ve, and then put tho ol of the National I..ive Stock Association was hel|l on Thursday, No-veinbor 7th, at tho'office of the Live Stock .Coininissioner, Ottawa, to con siiier the calling of the next convention of that. Ijody. The niwiting was uttendcfl by the prcsitlfivt, Hon. .lohn Dryden, Toronto, Ont.; tlie VSce-Pros idont, Mr. Kobert Necrs on this sub.it>ct will ; 1)0 sul)niittod. The fiiture.nf our export trade in pure brwl stock will also Ik- discu8seais and moat food products. The fact that a majority of the like stock meetings are to be held iiiimcdiatoly .prior to the. conyemtipn will render it possible for these bod-ids to definitely instruct their delegates as to tlio stand the.v are to take on thu various subjects likely to ^cOnie up for discussion. While' tills advantftH" "ill n'')t bo shared by a number of the Horse lireeders' Association, it is to be hoped that the latter will hold special executive meetings for tho |)iiri.)ose of instructing their dclei?�U;s to the convention. nipcg. Of E. Fowler, Waterloo, SD.; Robert- ;Lunor; Kingston, Ont,; C, McLcnaghdn; Lethbridge; T. L. Wiper n. E. Fiiittorson. Geo. Patterson, C. A. Oram, .Shtoldon, NM>.; A. 1�. Miir-ph.v. Milk �iv.r; II. V. Oibbons, Lethbrielgc;. .Jno. Tart, Winniricg; D. II. Yates, W.yclilTe,ll.C.;'W:T. I'at-ton, Coults, Jl.C. Press CrindlngsJ Meilicine Hat News.-Tho Liberals of Mwliciiie iiat Federal constituency Were ver.v harmonious in tlicir con-vcntion'on Tucsda.v and made a wisa selection in placing Mr. Simmons, M.. IM'., in the field. The united harmony of the convention Ijetokens the unitofl harmony of the party through cut the coii.s'titucncy and the burial . of petty dilTerunces if any existed. Tlie lie legates brought encouraging rci>orts from evory part of the riding transacted the business of the meeting in good spirit, and returned home satisfied with their choice and to a man read.v to. back up his candidature. Although, following out tho domocrntic spirit of the party, othor names .went botore the convention H was merely a matter of form for it _ was .Simmons all through. Mr.- Simmons has oxperience , atid. training which will stand him in good stead, and is in many wayit an ideal candidate. Ho has a clean record, has ubilit.v, id a gentleman, is approachiibio, honorable, an Unless there is a special reason why u horse will work better with blinds on then take them olt. Most horses do batter when they con sea you. � It is not a bad plan to always take blankets along for the hor.i'ft-t.y and the wind blowing iiist blanket the tc�m. Rcmoinlicr that hori�ns neofl more cxerc.'so and frosh air than any othur class of stock. Keep tho horse barn' well aired and proixsrly vowtilated. If possible, s as tho average, barn yard prodiictyihoro foro it will pa.v you to try savinc; it this winter if .you have never dune so licfore. Kyen if It cannot be obtained in large (|uontiiieft,over.v, little will help to make (ho garden mure productive in the spring. If tho poultry house floor ia earth, ro-iiiove It and spread'it over tha gar-tlen. WARNER; Warner, \ov. 26.-\ son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thompson Xov. 14. . ^ Mr. Sargent arrivod on Thursday bringing tho remainder of his, familyf Mr. .lames Ziesor's faiiiiljr.havc arrived.: Mr. /Jezcr iivlondS''building in Warner and reniiuiiing for the win tor, Mr. Roland Smith and Mr. Zlierko left for Minnesota TIniisday. evening. Roll, will I.M! greatly missed. by the .V'oung folk of the town. Tho population of Warnbir, is being steadily incifasctl by the. arrival of. new set'tlers. .School began with nine pupils on Sept. l.,"and oighlfcn pupils are now enrolled. The general store ovned .and inan-ttgcfl by Mr. .fames Thompson, has licen purchased b.\ Messrs'. Kxlwaid and will Thoinp.soii, uho intend carrying on tlie busino.ss. Mr. and Mrs. LalTingwolI entertained their friends on Saturday evening Nov. My, in honor of Mr. Lofllng-well's birtlulu.v. Mr. Lefiingwoll was presented witil t"o very handsome China cups and saucers by the guests Those present wore: Sir. Egan, Mr. and Mi-s. Haiigin, Mr. and Miss-Moel leriiig, Miss Gilchrist, Mr. Kaspar, Mr. and Airs. .Frank Droith,' Miss Anne Smith. Mr. Roland Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Soice, Jlis.s Soice, Mr. W. Thompson, aixl Mr. Ziorke. Mr. Chas. Ostby ivturned from Da kettt lost week, bringing his threshing machine witii him, much to tho satisfaction of thu farmers in this district. The new gi'nnnr,\', recently erecteer slor,v into a public hall. On Thuisda.^' a s[iccial train brought f��s aro being oiK>ned at Taber. I>r. Lt-eoh lias one and U. liullock tho other. IS -.44 Alberta Hardware, Plumbingt HeatingCo. I THE NEfW COAL TOWN Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass Line, CP.R. TowiHte on the Market 2 Months Lots to the valoe of (]0,ini sold GREAT INpUCEMENTS For all kinds of business openings. "> "1? ill LOTS SOLD 50 to $150 A SNAP FOR SHORT TIME For Further Particulars, apply to WM J'