Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE STORE OF QUALITY. Clearing Sale For 15 Days of all kinds of CROCKERY Before Stock-taking J Y Bfig Keduetions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. ftONT MISS THIS CHANCE 1 Nelson Fraser I INCREASE MIR SI ut t 0. W. Ur Ui ftdiiinl Csiitt It toy TALK I NO SLEEP. PHONE 21 LETHBUIDGE I, "You think I'm dead." V'he 0. W. Ktrr Company, of Min- The apple tree said Minnesota, recently increus- "Because I have hover -A leaf to show cd capital from Because I stoop to j And ray branches uroop, This organized at An'd the dull gray" mosses over m Forgo, Kflrtli JJakotii, in 1904, with' grow; capital of S The buds of next May irientt'S after, the organ- J fold away, .ization.oi ibr company capital But I pity the withered grass at my to- and.on root." January 1st, it reorganised un- der the laws of Minnesota with, an "You may think- I am 'The quick grass to Me rapid in fed aparinglyv The Yorkshire and- the -Tamworth, or a of- any of those breeds, wfll make a profitable bacon hog; but It is not wise to breed from. croBR-breds. How true it is that the bull' is one half the- herd. Secure the ser- vices of a sire of high breeding and you herd of cows that carry -50 per cent of "the best dairy blood. One gallon" crude petroleum, hall gallon kerosene oil, half gallon fish oil, one cupful crude carbolic acid, mixed all together and applied in a spray over the cattle two or three times a -week, makes a good cure for the horn fly. The man who now has a.good flock of sheep, be they pure breds or grades, has a gold mine en his farm; and with proper care the crops of r us jiui coming years, will yield the easiest made and most pro- fit of any operation oil the general farm. If you have not a flock don'f sleep till you the advice of a successful Canadian keep- er. The old-time four or five Hundred pound hog is a back number. The smooth, early maturing-hog has taken his place.. He is. about, one-third .heavy, but is- making the money. The "baby" .hog is most in demand., It is a mistake a sow too young. It' dwarfs her growth and prevents the'fullest development' of der capacity, Do not frighten the flock, for sheep lave, sensitive and nervems natures which demand' quiet To1 give the pigs a thorough acrub- iiny joiay appear to be labor thrown away, but if- two- Ibtfe of are reated al'lifce in every respect, except hat one Pot receives a- .tfroroofh crubbihg with soapsuds once in a while, there will be a marked! differ- nce in favor of the hogs ttiat' are- ashed when: the" time for laughter. A clean bed of straw, with a dry' so- as to aflord (Western hem- comfort' night will pro-1 Winnipeg, Man., mote thrift and' growth. The ic aturally a cleanly animal and oys a bath. II considered a filthy niinal' that? devours fillhy ft1 because of the toeatment" given: will select clean and ome food'-it'given the opportunity to O: SOl- Equally as tor hard water for soft the fcM nude from COntpltifi the' not ji hard witcr. Suds too weak to rich ia clfftiwinf that thoroughly c'ciiu the c'lofhw. will do more work 8 of ordinary S price, but extraordinary value. Our (dew women lo try Royal Crowa Omly mr TlicRoyia for list of prefliiuiTM f fvrt free tor Raul Crowa .Soap BUY OUT THE BELL TELEPHONE Weifht is the main object of the armer in fattening stock for market, and1 thii weighv fc y feeding grain .in order, to produce t. have long been taught T experience that fit ia A desirable ttr and: tha? ii adds to the at ractiveness oi a carcaaa on> the stall, has Been demonstrated' at the pertinent however; that the eight can tie secured' at less coat, ith a greater proportion of lean in- raperaed with ttie fat- By feeding a nitrogenous ration, which means addition to a liberal supply of gram, an animal should' receive a ariety ot food thai it not so rich in starch-and sugar as ircorn. This act is worttiy of consideration. itoba governmen haa> bought out tfie Bdl Telephone system- in Manitoba for three million, Mundred thousand dollars. era INCREASE AT EDMONTON. Edmonton, Jan. custbmi returns for Edmonton show- an- crease of over 700 per cent. Retaroa. jwere, 1900. IW6.149.31. WE'RE WELL POSTFD Photographs K riase- of Htwlio I. Freight Oflfw North of Hudson's Bay BABONESS ROAD LETHSKIDOC The greatest reason lot uaihg pas- ture is riot alone in the cheapness of the fodd- which they furnish, but be- cause of the condition in which it leaves the swine it. Swine .feeding upon a pasture prob- ably require more food than do those in yards because more energy is re- quired in grazing than in lying around in a yard. But they get more out of the food given them while in pastures than otherwise because of the nature and- likely combinations of the food and the greater activity of the digestive organs brought about by exercise. The green food increases the digestive capacity of young pigs and puts them in better condition-for later feeding. LBTHBRIDGE Conservatory of Music Commercial College Gen. Many Free Advantages Pupils received daily. For Terms, etc., Address-THE SECRETARY Block, City. LOST CATTLEMAN WINS SUIT CoDector of Customs Pot in Extra Yale- ation Which is Disallowed Winnipeg Free Press: A recent de- cision, of the United States general appraisers of New York city is of gen wal interest to the Canadian west. On Oct. 10 last. A. B. Urmston, of Swift Current, loaded ait Waldeck 297 steers and 5 cows for shipment to Chicago. These were Mexican cat tie. According to the law of the Un- ited States he was obliged to pay duty at a certain valuation head. Mr. Urmston based his valuation on ts Important Decision of Department of Interior A WORTHY PROJECT (Western Atsociated Press.) Ottawa, Jan. has been de- cided to hold a meeting of, all Can- adian clubs in Ottawa on January 15th to consider Earl Grey's propos- for the conversion of the Plains Abraham into a National Park and for erection thereon of a monu- ment to commemorate reconciliation of British and French races in Can- ada. The conference is called to de- vise mean's and ways whereby Can- adian clubs may raise funds of one million dolars supplement grants of federal and provincial government. MlNAttD'S LINIMENT GARGET IN COWS. CURES that day. the cattle arrived ajt North Portal the collector of cus- toms advanced the value of the cat- tlft valuation per head, and in addition Mr. Urmston was fined hea- vily for an alleged attempt to cheat the United States government. He paid on the additional valuation and also the fines; and then instructed Messrs. Winston, Payne, Strawn Shaw, of Chicago, to appeal the decision of the collector of cus- toms at Portal. The case came on for hearing re- cently and thn nvjrle-nce -was referred to the United States general board of appraisers at New York. On Dec. 20, General Appraiser Howell gave decision sustaining the entry made by Mr. Urmston, namely and per head, aiiu disallowing the in- creased valuation of the collector at Portal, The attorneys for a victory in the case, which was aided largely by "the affidavit you sub mitted. We were also. fortunate in having on hand Alexander cattle buyer for Armour Company, who was in Winnipeg about October 10, and who, from his personal ob- have used MINARD'S LINIMKNT from time to time for the past twenty years- It was recom- mended to me by a prominent physi- cian of Montreal, who called it the "great Nova Scotia Liniment." It docs the doctor's work; it is partic- ularly good in cases of Rheumatism and Sprains. Yours truly, G. G. DUSTAN, Chartered Accountant Halifax, N.S., Sept. 21, 1.905. An ideal place for. wintering stock Good grass, oats, straw and water Scott, 9-1 frontage. Apply to David Bowville, Alta. ROOMS WANTED Two Rooms, or unfurnish d, by younjj married couple. Apply Box F., Herald Office- d2S WANTED Automobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case Ca The Original Garage wnich is stillin operation. AT KEAN'S Headquarters for Santa Claus Stockings FRESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CAtfDY HOT COLD DRINKS ICE KEAN'S Opposite P. 0. 'Phone 98 A sound horse, about 13501 Apply Turpin Furnkurw Co. LOST Burfett Mra-t South and the Oliver Block, a gold watch Beward for return to Che Herald Of- Two Chinamen were in Toron- to for failing to clean the snow oft the sidewalks. Out hero they charged with trying to cicaft white nien out of their res- taurants with hammers and kfiiven We haven't any snow for them ta j work on.