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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, .Saturday, February 5, .1010 Page 9 CWtCRTTt DYKE PROTECTS. To Ofcto rtrer, ft flood from iweepiac away a Md to proUct farm alty of u tendiae HANDY GATE FOR DAIRY FARM That It Useful it Any Time the Year and Can Built Cheaply. A gate that can be aud cheaply and operated a convenient thing on any farm. lions are given for eoav itruction of one by a wrlUr in fann- er's Review. The gate a common panel hinged to a poat feet abort the ground. The lower hinge Li a strap of iron bent around the pott, and be- tween this the panel Is bolted. upper hinge made of heavy woven between the boards of the panel and run up to a. chain one foot In length which goes around the upper z a Dyke. In buildioK a concrete dyk- along the cidei of the roadway, Mfi Popular Mvchlnica. The biz dyke will be a mile long when com- and one of the lar- pieces of concrete work ever 4one in that vicinity. The concreting at an angle of 45 degrees and rariea in height from 15 to 35 feet. The illustration fives a scene at the laying of the concrete on the eloping of the roadway. The concrete is laid in strips of six feet wide so that men can work the surface convenient- ly. "Whan aet of strips is sufficient- ly bard to bear the weight of the men, intervening strips are filled A Handy Gate: One Foot. Eight Feet. Lower Hinge. end cf the post and Is fastened on one side, so that In opening the gate the chain will wind around the upper enc of the post and lift the gate about two feet from ground and over the snow. very easily and any child can open it A PLAIN CASE FARMING MODERNIZED. Agriculture Has Not Escaped Revolu- tion of Machinery In All Kinds Industries. Agriculture has not escaped the mighty revolution of machinery that bas swept all kinds of production with- in the last half or even quarter cen- tury. Many of our readers can re- member the bull plow with the wood- en mold-board; when the spike tooth harrow was considered perfection; -when seeding and planting of al! kinds I two mixea co were mostly done by hand; when the value- bara cradle gathered and the flail threshed wheat and other small grain. But the wooden mold-board plow, was only a few degrees re- moved from the forked stick of savage, has given place to the chilled steel share that cuts and turns a clean furrow to different widths and depths, and under this have been placed so that now the farmer rides as he breaks his land instead of trudg- j ing weary miles In the yielding soil. Again, in many places, though not generally, plowing is done by steam and gasoline engines, and these will Increase as agriculture is put more more upon a business basis. The harrow has followed the de- Yelopment of the plow, the spring tooth and riding disc harrows being quite generally in use and increasing yearly. The riding cultivator is known In almost every farm community. Wheat drills and corn planters put In by far the greater portion of these crops, and machines for planting po- tatoes and other root crops are by no means uncommon. COW TESTING ASSOCIATION. The First One Launched in and Principie Probably Will Spread. The first cow teatlag association has beon launched successfully in Australia, and apparently H has come to stay, which means the spread of the principle, as farmers are prone to follow one another, says Hoard's Dairyman. The of the new institution are on. the south coast of New South Wales, to Sydney, which is the oldest milk the commonwealth. Thirty-one entries were received when it was decided to close for the year, although others were offering. The testers go to work at once. The morning eyeaing'fi milk of each cow is weighed and sampled and tl on the two mixed to find out toe be visited OTIC.S a month to get these results. Th- test is multiplied by the days of the month to ascertain, the total and rvr rive at the value of the cow's rrJ1': and butter during her milking This will enable the farmer to certain which are the robbers OL herd. The Babcock tester v by the officers, who also carry ST--V brands, necessary acids anil and testing bottles. According to regulations the tester leaves farmer each day the test, for icow, while copies are registered 'the association's secretary. The herd arc represented by a number so thr. each herd's result is secretive any other person excepting the sec retary. DAIRYMAN'S NEAT MILK RACK A Handy Contrivance for Keeping the Liquid Off the Floor and Clean. CUTTING TIN WITH HAND SAW Instructions for Cutting Metal VVher a Pair of Snips Are Not Handy. A carpenter's kit of tools does no; usually contain a pair of tin snips, and when he is putting on siding or finishing a fancy gable he flnds it nec- essary to use some tin strips The tin can be cut with the back of a hand saw. Place two pieces of material having straight edges togethor on a This rack is made of inch boards. The end pieces arefjeight to ten inches wide. The pan rests are two inches wide, and are set Into notches cut in the end boards, says a writer in Farm and Home. The rack may be made Very Handy and Neat. and length and height desired. There is 11 wide board on the top from which a curtain is suspended. This makes a tiandy tabie and always looks clean and neat. WHAT IS YOUR DECISION Isn't this a plain case of unusual opportunity. Isn't it the chance of a lifetime, this' offer of Iocs in ROSEDALE ADDITION Terms per month. Price per lot upward. No interest, no taxes. Aren't you convin- ced yet that Lethbridge is going to be a big city and real estate values will double and redouble. You can own one of these lots just as easily-as not. Therefore why not compel yourself to save money by purchasing one or two on such easy time payments. You can do it without working a hardship on yourself. And real estate in a growing prosperous city is the best investment on.earth. It increases in value most rapidly and is always in demand. This is but a repetition of what Real Estate has done in other Canadian cities. Why not profit by experiences of the past. Again we. say, this is the opportunity of the hour. Act jjow. See Us To-Night If You Lonnquist-Sharp ge Investments O Alberta Block AGENTS Upstairs Lethbridge Lethbridge, and truly Manager P. Mc- Murphy deserves great credit, not only for the energy and enterprise dis- played, but also for supplying the quality of lumber he does. We un- derstand that the purchasers are more than delighted with not only the grades but also the prices.' MISS JESSIE KENNEY, SUFFKAGETTE. AND DISGUISE SHE WOKE The Saw Blade Cuts the Tin. pair of horses. Nail another piece across the bottom of the parallel pieces and put the saw In between them. Place the tin fiat on top of the Fraud in Mixed Mixed -feeds have always been the medium through which the most fla- grant frauds in the feeding-stuffs busi- ness have been perpetrated, says the Kansas experiment station bulletin. Oat hulls, rice bran, ground corncobs and other waste products of little or no feeding value have been systemat- ically incorporated hi such feeds. The value of mixed feeds cannot be eitl mated by a purchaser with surance of satisfactory results. In the case of pure the coneumer can, pieces back of the saw and pry down j to a degree, judge for hlnuelf, not- on the saw handle, as shown in the sketch, and the back of the savr Made Trill cut as good as tin snips. withstanding the considerable varia tions to -which eran tXey are subject In respect to composition, and, conse- quently, feeding value. Mixed Growth of Olive Trees. 1 have- therefore, alway. under Attention is seldom called to a re-! law. and hare, indeed, received special attention. WARNER Warner, Feb. work is proceeding every day for the foun- dation and basement for the new store of L. T. Grady. There was very little frost to bother the plowing and scraping. This new store v be 50 x 60, a two-storey frame strjc-- ture. Was Weak and Nervous. rnarkable and curious characteristic of the olive tree. After many years of growth the different large branches of the trees separate gradually from the trunk until they are quite divided from one another down into the root. These then slowly .raove apart, nnd in some instances sevon distinct trees stand in the area which before 6urrounded the main tree, and they will sometimes be as much aa 20 teet upart. The ProUIn Problwn. The farm has beon aptlr called the "carbohydrate the principal fodder crops produced being hay, corn fodder, corn (grain) and similar ma- low In protein and high in oari'ohydrates. The problem confront- ing; i he milk producer is how to eco- nomically secure sufficient of the cost ly but necessary protein1., to supple j Uie home-grown, carbohydrates. 4 4 M M HIT WITH A AND DIED Hamilton, Feb. Neville, DUNCAN PLAINS Messrs. Stevenson and Yildez arc! f hi.isv hauline lumber from Bur-j Mr. Paul Poull, din., Quc., 4- Heart Would -f r i t'e About 4- Stop Beating, -f Yenrs .i. gave up all hope of t M M M M gating better of heart trouble. I nearlv choke, and then my heart stop beating. I could- not lie on ny left side, and became so nervous and weak I could not work. A friend told me to try Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills, and before the first box was taken 1 was almost well, and the second box com- pleted the cure. 1 have advised many others to try them, and they have all been cured of the same trouble. I have offered to pay'for box for anybody they do not cure." Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills are a specific for all diseases or disorders arising force food into her mouth. Subsequently, she declared, she was held by force, while a na'sal tube was forced into her nose, and she was compelled to receive food in this I manner. The forcible .feeding was continued until her release from pris- on. Mrs. Leigh said. She had been sentenced to serve four months at hiR'd labor, but her term was short- ened, though she expressed her will- ingness to remain in prison. The jurors returned a verdict against Mrs. Leigh without leaving their seats. THE GREAT DIVIDE. At the right of the group of tw o messengevs is Miss Kenney. in th uniform in which she tried to enter the Premier's meeting at Albert Beside is a real telegraph messenger. Hall, Lon- the Lord Chief Justice's Court, and Miss Jessie Kenney Tries to Enter Meeting at Albert Hall, )s Detected. but MV, Asquith. at Albert don. Her disguise was cleverly got- some highly interesting testimony re- ten up. but she was detected before g the treatment Mrs. Leigh re- who claimed his wife threw a down tho now townships! lamp at him last week, died in hos- south of the They have a tares from the heart or nerve system. They make the weak heart strong and the shaky nerves firm by imparting n strengthening and restorative influence to every organ, and tissue of the body nnd curing palpi- tation of the heart, dizziness.' sleepless- ness, anrcmia, twitching of the muscles. the the doors. The Summers Stock Company open their engagement in Lethbridge at the Lyceum Theatre on Monday, 'ebruary 7th, with Wm. Vaughan loodie's great American play, "The Great Divide." The scenes of this play are placed in Arizona and Bos- ton. K is on? of the strongest pieces of dramatic literature before the pub- lic. The story is strong, and the situations powerful. It holds the In- terest of the audience from the rise ot" the curtain and keeps it to the end. Miss Belle Stevenson, as Ruth Jor- dan, has a role that, suits her tem- perament, and her portrayal of the character is splendid. The first act is in the. Jordan home- stead in Southern Arizona, and thro- ugh a chain of circumstances Ruth is left alone. An entrance is forced attendants sta-'ceived in gaol was brought out. Mrs. Leigh, after her commitment. io the house by three- the-'to'thn prison, refused to take food.Sand in order to save herself she interest, to pilal vrsirrday. Inquest will he held weeks' contract on hand now. This am! it is likely Mrs. Ntvilie, whohasjis the first sent into the new town- bwn umlcr arrest since the assault; ships settled and is the bc-j and genera' was committed, will he charged with'ginning of that lone; haul that will, debility, lack of vitality, etc. murder or manslaughter. She claims so soon transform so many town- i'ornvrly a commercial tra-; ships into thr "fiardrn of Canada." vollcr, tried to cut her throat and This consignment was sold by the Jhat the lamp upset in the scuffle. South Alberta Lumber Company of Militant suffragettes in England are vv'iieing their eampaipn for the bal f toned lot rosoninc to novel measures A not he- case of io hri'n- i heir cause to the attention Rritish people wns the arrest and 1m-'On the sinml. she declared that gnie.l jagrees to go with the strongest of in tho councils of the prisonmeir of Mrs. Mavie Lcis'a. and hind broad wore put before her forjtho throe. Stephen Ghent. He lmys hr-r suit for breakfast, potatoes and bread for din- j olY his companions with a string of Oi UiiTht Hon. H. J. Glad-i and gruel and bread for supper, Price, 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for 25 at all dealers or mallnd direct on receipt of price by The T Milburn Co., limited, Toronto, Ont. Secretary; Captain' she refused to touch thorn. She said she was then taken to fhr most, notable episode of this jii-aiust i tire recently was ihe course fol- lowed by Miss Jossie Kenney. At- TVvoy Governor of Priori. Binr.in2h.-urt. and Dr. j room whore were assembled a group The play receives every attention i to detail, stage- setting and electrical nuggests. and this forms the theme jof the that she liad been bought id not won. in rt telegraph messenger's uni- Green fern', tho yov.ng woman tried to en- K-r.rst Hash r Helby. medical officer wsrdivssrs and two physicians. ;tcr a in held hy the Premier, or :ho prison The suit wns tried in She to sir in an ;