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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I H Mil HI A, MWNVAT, WANUANY II VAUDEVILLE The ftrU's Mystery Tfce Fivits Siifcr iW Phui Tree Gki 1. The Plank 2. Unfortunate Start 3. Boy's Half Holiday 4. Shadow of ihe Law. Song.......................... Like to Squeeae You" IScand 25e 7.30ti Uh4S ADVICE GIVEN TO POULTRY FANCIERS STIRLING Stirling, Jan. dunce was held under the of the mar- ried ladies. It was a great the hall being filled to overflowing. The Stirling Orchestra arc- to be com- mended on their playing.1 The weather prophet says that the prospects :ire No. 1 hard for u good crop this season. Stirling is growing. We have a new tailor in town by the name of W. R. Roth. He has opened up hid shop on Centre Street. says he is well pleased with the prospects as as he has been extremely busy since he has opened uj> business. Mr. Roth is Ip.te of Strassburg, Germany. A car load of thoroughbred Pcrcher- ons were unloaded here this week, >thc property an Illinois man. He has delivered them to Mr. Bradshaw. A great deal of is being looked forward to this spring. Many farmers and newcomers are keeping the lumber men busy just now. .Mr. Adler has returned from Utah after a month's stay. He brings with him his father, who intends lo- cating here. Mr. Adler, says they are not having very pleasant weather down in country at pre- sent. He thinks Sunny Alberta is good enough for him. Don't Overlook This Monday Evening, Jan. 18 10 RM. AFTER REGULAR PERFORMANCE A FIRST-CLASS, CLEAN BOXING EXHIBITION lor the Light-Weight Championship of Canada EDDIE MARINO Light-Weight Champion of Canada Who Won from Billy Lauder, vs. KID HOWELL OF SEATTLE Who Fought a Draw with Billy Lauder 15 ROUN SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS PRELIMINARIES At the LYCEUM Side, Ten Back, Admission, f I HW it Iti Wict Oiie could not fail to be intcrcste in. the manner 'in which two repte seiitatives of the Department of Agri culture, E. J. Cook and T. 0. La chance, treated the subject of "Poul try Ruining and at thest results an incubator .of the hot air type. i> necessary, the hot water machines have not proved a success. Set- the and keep the leat at an .even temperature, but in very case follow the instruction given by the manufacturer of the :ubator. use a brooder with ide or bottom heat. This is .unna- ural, as the chick would ociy re- vive heat from above if reared in .he nest, and this is what it re- uires. It is a good plan to let the hickens, after a time, 'to use the rooder .without the lamp, until they grow too big, and it ia overcrowded, when it will be-safe to. put them into the house. Feeding should never be done until at least 36 hours after hatching, and the -first food should consist of rolled oats, as this is both nutritive and heating. The' idea of feeding at once is entirely wrong, for the chick has to digest quite a lot of natural food, and often, by ture feeding, all sorts of diseases are started. are two ways of fattening; one is the pen and the other the crate. The first is simply to keep the birds penned up, feed- ing them regularly. There is nothing that can take the place of skim milk for fattening. The crate mode of fatr tening is to build a crate of scant- ling, divided intp compartments of about three feet square, in .-which the bird to be fattened is placed, and it is not allowed to run, but is fed often, and if the crate is-.raised on; boxes the bird will constantly roost on the scantlings. The chief food should be mash, and about the last nine days before killing a pound of tallow should He mixed with the food. In about 21 days the result will warrant the labor, for the birds will be plump and firm. sharp knife, a tomato can, and a nail are the only tools re- quired to kill fowls in the -most scien- tific and cleanly manner. Tie the bird by its legs to the pulley, string or nail, fixing an old can to its bill by means of a wire hook. Open the bird's mouth, and with the point of the knife sever the little blue-veins at each side of the tongue. When this has been done turn the point of the knife to the roof of the beak, and press firmly home to the brain.. The bird is then dead, and can be pluck- ed forthwith. The sooner this is done the easier the feathers are to remove- In dressing for the market a "V" shaped board should be the bird being pressed firmly into this. This will give to the fowl a nice square appearance. This concluded Mr. Lachance's lec- ture, when D. J. Whitney, president of the Agricultural Society, tender- j ed a vote of thanks, seconded by Thos. Randall, of Coutts. to the gen- tlemen, to which all responded by iK-srty applause. i frank G. Waddinyton instructed by a Calgary firm, will sell by Public Auction, at his rooms, 410 ROUND ST., a large assortment of including Blouses, Skirts, Gloves, Laces, Eibbons, Dress Material, La- dies' and Gents' Hose, etc., etc. Sate May f ezt at 2.30 And Each Afternoon Until Cleared A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR THE LADIES. Phone 261. RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. Johnson of Olds has rented sonic load near Ray- mond, and will return in" the spring with his family. Jlr. Johnson was much pleased with the land around 3Ir. Frank Holt of Taber is In Ray- mond on business. The Cardstoa Bijou, which was to show the motion pictures on January 14th, discovered just bei'ore they were about to beg-in that they hacl left their, films in. The.High. School .Literary Society held their first meeting for the new year, yesterday afternoon. The pro- gramme consisted of a solo, by Miss Davies, current events by Miss Vilda Matson, reading; Miss Nellie Al- and a debate, "Hesolved, that iron {including steel) is .more useful than wood (including The affirmative speakers were Mr. Julius Anderson and -Mr. Clarence Picket. The negative were Mr. My- ron Holmes .and Mr. .Reed Card. The judges after a lengthy discussion, de- cided on the Affirmative by one point. After the debate there was a duet by the Misses Woolley .and then Miss McKay gave a very. interesting paper on Canadian :Poets. Miss Allen cri- ticized very gently, giving good points to whp took part. The meeting was closed by singing "God Save the King." The dance given by the Raymond Epicurean Club last evening was well attended. Good music was furnished. A lunch was served. A public meeting .will be held in the school house this evening to discuss fully the wrong.impression .that some of the ratepayers entertained regard- ing the new school house. Miss Kate Witbeck.gave a card par- FOR on Coutts, St., doge to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal afice easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O Block. e-o FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. Block. R. V. Gibbons, Ot 21-0 FOR fifty (50) and fifty one Block 3, North Ward, a' each, cash. Apply Box G, cjo Herald. 28-6 5 LOTS in Block A, Wallwork Ad. on water main; only very easy terms given. W. R. Dobbin. 30-0 2 LOTS, with two good new shacks, in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; on water main; each; easy terms. Dobbin. W. R. 30-0 1 CORNER LOT, with good shack or store building, in Block A, Wall- work Ad.; on water main; easy terms. W. R. Dobbin. 30-0 TO RENT. small stable, close in, f7 a month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. 23-0 TO on Ford St., west of Round; suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H Macbeth Agency. 20-0 TO rooms for two respect- able men. Apply 1408 Ford St. 20-0 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed. Kennedy, Lethbridge Jotel Barber Shop. 28-0 TO three-roomed cottage, on Ford Street, near the brewery. Ap- ply Gustav MuiHer, Brewery. 28-6 NEWLY furnished room, with board, on Crabb St., third block -from Red- path St. Mrs. Wm.-R. Smith. 30-2 TO Offices in Ott Block ateam -heated, well lighted, janitor's etc. Apply at Ott's Barber Cos! tisjMs of Domlnioe in MsjtitoK totefasvu. the Yukon Territory, tAj North-Wee Territories British Oolsnfbit, be Jenaod lot a tons ol twenty-one at an Annual rental of fl aere. Not poors than U00 seres wil) be leaned to one applicant. Application (or a lease must be made to the Afent orSnb-Acent ol the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In ftunreyed territory the lair' must be described by sectionM, or gal of sections, and in unsnrveyed territory the tract appH ed for shall be staked .Each application must ne eaoom pamed -by a tee 96, which -will refunded il .the rights applied for arc not available. but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the te of five cents per ton. Every oi coal mining rifhu which are cot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whaievei available surface rights may be con- sidered neceigary for the working oi the mine at the rate of flQ an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol dominion W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interioi publication 01 his advertisement -will not te- or. ty on Wednesday evening. Shop. 28-0 FOU N Y 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to where- 1YNOPSJS CF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND' REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head ct family, or any male over 18 yeari Id. may homestead a quarter-sectioo f available Dominion land in Mani oba, Saskatchewan -or pplicant must appear in person le Dominion Lands Agency or Sub .gency for the district'.- Entry DJ roxy may be made at any .agen-v a certain by lathe. lother, HOD, daughter, brotner or er intending homesteader. months' residence upoo cultivation of the land in of th'ree years.: A homesteader may llvt within nine miles of home- stead oh a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. Lethbridge 18-30 abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, j In certain districts' a homesteader i in good standing--may pre-empt quarter-section alongside -his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) aiid cultivate fifty acres A homesteader; who baa exhausted light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, 'Lethbridge. 20-0 STRATED-Sorrel, light driving horse; both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 -gauntlet; between South- ard's store' and Whitneyfs livery. Reward-given-for recovery. Finder kindly leave at Herald. 26-6 On Jan. 5thj one pearl neck- Mr. Evans, of the Knight Sugar Co. spent a couple of days in Leth- bridge this week. Mr. A. Jeuson, won the watch which was being raffled off by Mr. Hardy Brewerton. Mr. and Mrs. W. Shield have re- turned from Salt Lake City where they have been spending their honey- moon They H'iil-reside in Raymond. Mr. Jacobs, who hns been connect- ed with the Raymond Mercantile Co. for the past few years, has severed his connection with that firm, and will leave town to reside in Salt Lake, where he is going isto business for lace heart' locket, diamond in centre; also bunch of keys and small alligator purse. Finder will receive reward for return to Herald Of- fice. 28-6 Hon. Thos. Crawford will be re- elected Speaker of the Ontario Legis- Spaniel pup, about 5 months old. Reward for return to Lethbridge Saddlery Co. 30-6 his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a, pre-emption may- take a pur- chased "homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six .months in of three years, cultivate iittftjr" acres and erect a house W, W. COBY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. B publication ol this advertisement will noV be for. FOR SALE ONE 5-roomed house anj three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only 600; very easy terms given. W. R. Dobbin. '30-0 BOARD GOOD BOARD and at Cosmo- politan Hotel, a week; restaurant in connection; fruits, candy, etc. Quong, Lee and Co. 30-6 MINING BROKER GUILTY. Toronto, Jan. an eight- minute deliberation the jury return- ed a verdict of guilty against Frank the broker, charged by A. Russell with conspiring to de- fraud the public in" connection with the flotation of the Highlacd Mary Mining Co. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drftftt Mouey Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridfe Branch: Coaldale Block, St. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BKOS.Prpprietors Office opposite Balmoral RHON ea TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Oo. Dreying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for D RAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. on delivery J. S. Fhliii A. L Phone 70 OSfce in Helton ft Store ;