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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Af tMbiV; JANUARY 30,1915 J11" fr"Tnii..... . , '> ' ill THE LETttBRIDGE DAl'LY HERALD PAGE FI^E^ Says Simon Sink, "\ do not think F could miich stouter be, r,;^ Old Dutch you k,now, | A healthy glow I as always given me. L( leanserj ^^^lM| Honestly inade','Uaing only the purecit and most costly tnateriala. Contains no opium, uld total pasture; one of his buggest problems � year, when prairie hay was a would be solved; for without it his failure. \stock>...-- --.i, - sbort toothed profitably than to depend on "prairie row. lightly with a shor wool." �MyiexBbrichcB .teaches me that liarrow. 'Early . seeding iS, importaut, for pasture � especially, tamo grass, as the seed avIU got the fcenefi.t_^ of will be-a successi. and for haJ a sure j early growth, so as to be fairly well "I Wish All Women Could Feel the Exquisite Charm oF a Good Clear Complexion and a Healthy Skin." Stuart's Calcium Waters have a reputation for blood ruritying that no doctor In all the world can approach. Literally, hundreds of thousands of men and women have demonstrated under every test- of skin and blood diseases that these little pleasant, hannleas waters have Ijeen the means of curing them. They have proven this to their own satisfaction and by their words of praise they liaye made Stuart's Calcium Waters the most sought after Wood, skin and beauty remedy In the world. , Every druig'. store in tlii.'; country worthy of the name carries them in stock, where you may obtain a box. Price 50 cents. Surely you can see that wiint they have done for others they can do for you and ybu should buy a box today. One week after using them you will he astounded a,t the change you will readily see. - Aismail sample package mailed tree bj5>,fiddrossing F. A. Stuart Co., 175 Stuan. Bldg-., Marshall, Mich.-Advt. crop a very, dry year. "I have never tried rye or brome grass, but 'will: seed a .piece this rooted before tlie hot weather starts. The Herald would be glad to hear from any other farmers v/ho have had sprmg to ryc' urass, also" about 6 or' experience with tame grasses tor pas-" "' ' ture or hay, who think the knowledge they have acquired would be of bene- fit to Herald readers. \ number of farmers have had suc- PoliceT^eport Very P&ing CONTINUED WOM FRONT PAGE tioned having .succeeded in a measure; 8 acres of alfal?a. This will all be on in raiding tame grasses. He became summer-fallow. � very much interested, and exacted a "I find that alfal/a for pasture is promise from me that I would write an unqualified, suecess, especially lor ^ , . you something of my experience. I,; hogs. Remember-iiiy, experience is all ces.s with alfalfa on dry land, espe-don't claim to be an authority on; on dry land, but anyone seeding tame cially tor pasture, and not a few this subject, but it my limited ex-; grass should;-have the ground well have raised alfalfa for seed on unir- amount there has befn recovered pro-perience will be of any benefit to the! prepared the fall before preferably , rigated land. There is no doubt but perty amc-mting in value to$2389.53, public, I am Willing they should have summer tallow. Seed early with a; what this crop is going to solve the or approximately 55 per cent. Pro-it. , nurse crop. - Wheat is the best, but prairie farmer's live stock problem to perty lost during the yea.r rt. "In 1911.1 se.3ded four and n half barley is very good. Oats is not so a large extent, provided of course. to the amount of $413.3u, of this acres to timothy on well tilled land good on account c/ the heavy foliage. t*at he has a good well water sup-.� amount there lias teen $130.37 that had been thorouehly tatnted and j After seeding the wiieat sow the tim- ply, which is without question the i covered, or approximately 33 plowed deep for tliree years. In 1913, lothy broadcast: if yolr have ho grass most momentous problem ot all. Health Passes by starchy, greasy, iiidigestible foods and selects food arid drink for keeping Body, Eraln aiid;Nerves nourished, vigorous and �strong. -'-y '�� .'' � Keen Brains�Strong Nerves-Healthy Bodies Are built on �rr-r^T" STOLEN' PItdf'ERTY Property stolenr during the / year amounted" to $4,286.60, of re-per FOOD The natural food elements for just these purposes are combined in Grape-Xuts, and all are partially predigested so that the "weakest invalid or the strongest athlete can digest tlifsm and be thoroughly nourished. Thus every part of the body ,grd"Wi^s strong. A: feeling of reserve force and easy poise all over can be earned by right feeding.  ' � ' . , � Trial proves this pleasant fact. ' Look for the little book, "The Road to Wellville," on packagc-s, "There^s a^^ fe^ Grape-Nuts is concentrated,; crisp- economical, appetizing, in Canada, and sold by Grocers eA'.erywhere. . i . Uftiiadfan Postuni Cereal Co., titd.-, Windsor, Ont. Made cent. Propert)- irrecoverable, cash, etc., which has. neither been made away with or the money spent to the amount of $903.60 was reported. DOORS AND WINDOWS OPEN Doors and windows found open or insecure during the period in question, of which the owners were notified and the property safeguarded amouiitad to 898. lo this connection the chief sai