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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." TETLBY TEA A FREE DEMONSTRATION of TETLEY'S TEA on Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week Cull and have a cup of Tetloy Tea prepared by Mrs. Bryant, the expert tec demonstrator Nelson (ft Fraser PHONG 21 LETHBRIDGE Of Interest to the Farmer IMIEPAUE LAND NOW FOIt PALL PLANT I NO It Is an excellent plan to prepare the soil at this tinio of the year for next spring's planting. At this sco-son there uro often days too wet to hrvsh or harvest, but the soil Is In excellent condition for plowing. It Ik then very good practice to plow ami work down the hoII preparatory for .spring planting. Ills nlso well ii heavy soil to dig- tlu> holes for the lives in the full, il Is In Iwtler shape for digging in the spring when t is often too wot unit sticky to ho Imncilotl. Also, the action of frost upon 'the heavy soil, when it Is out In n pile, results In pulverising the soil ho thut It cam lio nliisly worked nround tho roots the following spring It Is (liflluull to make trees grow Hint are planted in wot, sticky soil and this difficulty can be overcome l�y full preparation after the manner described. Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to shoose from. Our Hums and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche&Miron Telephone No. 1 A farmer says that ho rk\ tils farm f rats in the following manner: ''On number of plows of shingle 1 put about a tenspoonful of molasses and on that 1 put a small .quantity of concentrated l>e, and then put the old shingles around under the cribs, 'he next morning .1 found some forty (lend ratK and the rest left for twins nknown. I have learned several farms have I wen rid of these posts in he name way and never knew 11 to fall." ALL AROUND THIS KAMI Sheep arc not very dainty animal and for thin reason their troughs should l)o kept cleun. Sec that chick ens are not allowed to roost on tho rucks and brush alt sheep droppings from the troughs before mealing them. NATIONAL LIVK STOCK CON VKNTION nlppg, Cf ft. Fowler, Waterloo, 3D.; Kobert lAtnor, Kingston, Ont,; U, McLonaghan, Lothbrklge; T. L. Wiper It. E. Patterson. Geo. Patterson, C. A. Oram, Sheldon, N.t).; A. P. Murphy, Milk -Klvur; U. V. Olbbons, LeLhbridgc; Jno. Tart, Winnipeg; 'D. H. Yaton, WyellfTc, H.O.;' W-. T. Pat-Ion. Contts, II.C. � Press Grinding* Ooe acre of artichokes, divided in(>/H>�> o;r xo.o.n;o Ofic > GANYMEDE: never served tho gcr of subjects will probably be dealt with, hut it Is likely that the principal discussion will be on the advisability of amending the regulations governing the admission to Canada of pure bred stock. It is also proposed to take up and discuss the best means of retaining for Cnnndinn breeders Medicine lint News.-The Liberals of Medicine lint Federal constituency were very harmonious In their con- I vent ion  on Tuesday and made a wlso selection in placing Mr. Simmons, M. P.P., In the field. The united bar- j mony of the convention lietokens the united harmony of the parly through out the constituency and the burial of petty differences if any existed. The dclegutes brought encouraging reports from every part of the-ruling transacted tho Inislncss of the meeting In good spirit, and returned home satisfied with their choice and to a man ready to back up his candidature. Although, following out tho democratic spirit of the party, other nnnirs went before the convention' H wns merely a mailer of form for It was Simmons all through. Mr. Simmons has experience, and training which will stand him in good stead, and is In many ways an \ Ideal candidate. He has a clean record, has ability, Is a gentleman, is approachable, honorable, and very energetic and, full of determination. The desire of the convention was for a clean, honorable, honest campaign and election. With Laurlor as lender-4he most gifted and attractive figure In public life in the Prltish Empire-with a policy and record such as the party Is able to show, with a desire to con duct a clean election, and with a mun of Mr. SiiumonM* ability, character and energy for standard bearer, there is strong hopes that Medicine Hat riding will line up In tho "all rod" province. If you purchase a Kootenay without the reservoir and deoide later tha.t the reservoir is a real necessity, why, just order it and attach iti .... - -yourself. It's easily III ^stf done. Mer e 1 y ^remove the screws. _ and take off the plate marked "REMOVE FOR RESERVOIR" (see top illustration), which provides an opening: for the hot air to come through and circulate under the reservoir. Then attach, by means of screws, the reservoir and the flue box shown in lower illustration. A screwdriver is the onl tool require* Hcports from London say th�l Sir Henry Camplkcl.l-Uunncrmnn Is to retire from tin- premiership on account of his health. CLARIS It is a well-known fact that no cow will yield n full flow of milk, no matter how well fed. if she Is in any way uncomfortable-so see' to her comfort. Xovor feed the cows before milking except in cases where ncv� cows have Just been purchased. Doing strange, they ure slow to let down their milk It is nlwuys best to -do the milking each day at the same time. 'Each one of tho milkers should keep his own section so that the cows will be come accustomed to their attendant a They will do better than when chnng ing about from one to another. One milker will work rapidly, another slowly, and any change is- sure to be attended with loss. the Canndian niur!:i�t for pure bred stock and it Is probable'that u num-1 Two new mines nr.. Iielng opened her of socially prepured pa|>crs on "t Tabor. Dr. Leech has one and 11. this subject will be submitted. The : llulloek the oilier. future of our export trade in pure bivd stock will also lie discussed, while It is expected that considerable light will be thrown on our export I aid..' In cattle and sheep for slnugh- ier as also our export trade in moats and meat food products. The fuel that a majority of tho like stock meetings arc to be held immediately prior to the convention will render it possible for thesa hollies to definitely instruct their delegates as to the stand they are to take on the various subjects likely to come up for discussion. While this advantage will not be shared by u number of the Horse llreodcrs' Association, it is to be hoped that the latter will hold special cxecutivo meetings for the purpose of Instructing their delegates to the convention. iMNton, TsrMte, MMtrcal, Wlmlpcl. Vancouver, SLJrta Fnt Kootenay bdoMot on request Alberta Hardware, Plumbings HeatingCo. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COiD WATER RATES, $1.90 A DAY {LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA Don't food your work horses n giv.t lot of hay at the noon hour. Give them a little at this' time but all they want ut ni.�t. Unless there is a special reason why u horse will work better with blinds on then take ih,.in off. Most horses do letter when they can see you. It Is not n bad plan to always enke blankets along tor the horses. If you have to stop and ''linker with the plow or disc and they wc sweaty and the wind blowing  just blanket tho team. lieniDinber that horses need mora exerc'se and fresh air than any other class of stock. Keep tho horse bai 'n uyw sot'l lei's. well aiivd and pro|h>rly ventilated. School began with nine pupils on If possible, do not keep any other s0pi, l/and eighteen pupils are now stock in tho same barn. !enrolled. WARNER. Warner. Nov, .-A son wns born to Mr. and .Mrs. Kdwnrtl Thompson Nov. 14. Mr. Sargent arrived on Thursday bringing the remainder of his fnmilyf Mr. .I allies /.iesvr's family have arrived. Mr. /.iezer intends building in Warner and remaining for the win lor. Mr. nolond Smith ami Mr. Ziierko left for Minnesota Thursday evening. Itnll. will ho greatly missed by the young folk of the town. The population of Warner is being steadily inovn.s,il by the arrival of Grassy Lake THE NEW COAL TOWN For Real Estate values FI&& AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. Keep the stable and dairy room in good condition, fresh uir, and clean. Every fruit tree should lw labelled. Tho lubels soon fall off but should be put on again. When using whitowush for painting try putting in sonio salt. It will stick better. Do the cnttlo get enough water? Lack of wuter is a great thing to stunt young stock. O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver Block. Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have ulso a few choice sootions iu Warner district. T. S. IfeKENZIE, Local Manager. There is no secret about a man's success who udopts the host methods and works at them. The quicker method to romovo rust from tho plow lay or cultivator shol vols Ih to tuke them to a spot which is nearly all sund and si�qihI half a day plowing there. Tho rust will soon Iw romoved mid tho iron left much brighter than if the polishing were nttemptod v^th a brick, kero-Heno or a sharp Instrument, lTen manure In easily four times as valuablo for fertilizing pkrpoKcs as tho averago barn yard product,-'horo foro it will pay you to try saving it this winter if you have novor done so liofore. Even if it cannot bo obtained in large quantities, every little will help to make tho garden more productive in tho spring. jf tho poultry house floor is oarth, remove it and spread it over tho garden. Tho general stmv owned and managed by Mr. .lames Thompson, has l>oen purchased by Messrs'. Edward and will Thompson, who intend carrying on the business. Mr. and Mrs. IA.flbigwell ontcrtain-od their friends mi Saturday evening Nov. I/O. in honor of Mr. Lotllng-woll's birthday. Mr. ljolllngwoll was presented with t�-P. II Harden, t'u)garyjJB0|Jfe|>cU, Win  For Further Particulars, apply to WM. SALVAGE ;