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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4s: mYr-Yrtv to the Farmer OP SHOtiT-HORNS. *V *� ndd.vss before the Con 1 ^ljtai.tihiirthorn Hrvcders' ! criterion follow, 'rite weaknesses pointed out In tho shorthorn are by no moans con fined lo that breed, and the sag- change for the buttur, else geV but of the shorthorn breeding business. THE DUAL PimPOSK COW. 'The dual ' cattle mnn demands nil animal that combines In a the retaining of only those nnininls Iberal way the ability to convert cf the desired ty\ie was not pursued. ooH Into milk mid butter fat when Even where the most rigid precnut -dairy, and to flesh rapidly , Ions In this direction are pursued, placed In the fowl lot, nn>l I inferior animals among the offspring Ives will develip into very | are always too much in evidence, fnt bullocks. Tho (fact Too much stress and attention can  nimnt does not meet the not t.c given to this phase of the I?, i... i____, .....______ i~ ....'-------.- ..----- the goods. Mow ciin this be best accomplished? There is mi oltl and very true saying that. "Nothing succeeds Ii' new be-, U cud to post copii-s of the certilic glnner in the business that long legs ji.t.- i,f enrollment on the stable door, Would do well to take warning from thi' aloxw 7 lots on Chare* t(., near Weatininaler road, for $700, 100 down, balance 6000 per month A beautiful S-roomed modern residence ou Bartlutt at. for $4000,1000 down, balance terma i FARM LANDS 2A seotioiiu farm Innda, 13 miles from station, at COO per ncre, 1.75 per acre down, bal. 5 yearly payments. eiinlly if his dam did not have enough milk tohalf nourish him during the first live j m� nths of his life. Keep only those j The Socialist Siunl.iv schools ron-young bulls for breeding purpose* ' tluue lo prosper and some of the that you would deem good enough to liieini ers of the Lilieral Government use at the head of your own herd, are trying to plan a way to put. (,n ami then you will le doing a noble Jethl to these Sunday schools as they hiv at present const it utople. * Who are the aristocrats'.' and lasting work for the lir>s\l KEIOP MILK INC URCOUDS "So much for the io�lhods of .in-proving ami maintaining the stand -nrd of the hn-eil. The next step of those outside of our own fraternity | of the breed. Tho next step in our know what we are doing. In theflrst I work is to demonstrate that we have Those who enjoy wealth without working for It. Who are the workers'? Men who work for wages and iv-cei\o only a portion of what they earn, the other part going lo keep the itlle classes Who own the factories and warehouses? The rich capitalist class vho will not employ men unless they eanmake a profit. What is the ec nm>i|uonce? That iii.-u able and wilting to work for food cannot gv*t food for their wives ami children. I'o men and women die of hunger in Knglnnd'.' Ws, in the midst of plenty. Do savages starve in the midst of plenty.' So. when Ihi-re U plenty of food the} iili rejoice and feast and uinKe in-rry. J Here are a fe\v lines from lhe Socialist SiiikIii> school hymn book; Thi-se kings defile us with their pow- der. We want no war within the land; Let soldiers strike; for peace cull louder, Ijiy down arms and Join hand In hand. Should these vile monsters still de  t ermine Heroes to make us in despite. They'll know full soon the kind vermin Our bullets hit in this last fight (.f Professor Wiggins has discovered t>nolh\-r moon, which is nhsorhii>gall rhe warm vent her we ought to be I getting. The worst of moons is thnt they cannot le caught and put out of harm's way.-Montreal Hern hi. Itev. I�r. C.impbtdl of Montreal has I e a elect Ml inodernti r of the general nsspihhly of Hhe Prsnliylerian church i:f yew are ez good ez yew kin Ik' the ri'St ov the worljd won't suiter by yewr presence.-Kx. Dry Fanning Addresses. The Deportment of Agriculture has arranged for a scries of meetings to he addressed by Prcf. IL W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebraska, tho man who devised what is called "The Campbell System of Soil Culture for Bi-ml-arM Districts." Under his system the soil moisture is converted and excellent crops nre olrtalned. TM(i system Is sometimes called "Dry Panning." It Is applicable to Southern, Alberta, and no ntanshouhl miss Prof. Campbell's field demon -Miration at 2 p.m., and address at 3 p.m. at e-ethbrldge on Tuesday. June 2,'tth in C. .I. Kckstorm's tent corner of Hound ami DufTerin Streets. This address means money and profit for every farmer. UI-JO We lil-e our friends to U� perfectly frank with us about other iKsiple. A man may lie rich enough to do ns he pleases, provided he isn't mar-Jrled. WE HRE HERDQURRTERS FOR WHOLESALE ANQ RETAIL OUR Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HHTCH St GOONS OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBR1DCE ;