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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETIUJKIDGE DAILY 'HERALD' V BAWDEN BROS. Summer-Time Specials ___ mill ___L, i i_' i Vudor Porch Shades The'only satisfactory porch shade, for. they throw .the porch into cool, mellow' shade, Avithout making it too dark for practical use. We have them in two col- brown -and green. Another .good' feature about the Vudor Shades is1 the peculiar fact that those sitting in. the see out, but the.passers'by can not see in. The Hammo-Couch lounge for lawn or po-rcli. Summer the all the year you can appreci- ate a-nd-enjoy the and rest- ful comfoi fc that only-the Hammo-Couch gives. The Hammo-Couch is.useful every dayvi-n the year and is built for years of service.. Vudor (Rftnc'ed) Hammocks A Hammock that' lasts, made vextra stiong where the stum and weai! comes hammocks. Vudor PORCH SHADES ON THE SHEEP RANGE As Seen When Visiting Some of the Large Sheep Ranch of Southern Alberta Saturday, June Twisted Grass Maits ]Foi- the verandah floor; size 6 x Mat.that will SEE OUK WINDOW FOR DISPLAY Have yon used Bawclen Bios. Magic EinisL. loi cleaning furniture 1 Rrnc Greatest DFOS. Home Home Furnishers Phone 625 709 Third Avenue South (Tho Novtlnvost Farmer) Probably in no one yenr In the his- tory of the west 1ms there been auch an increased interest taken In the sheep industry as in the ono just There has "arisen such u-groat demand among the -general farming communities for foundation flocks of sheep that 'the not far dis- tant when the status of Western Can- ada's sheep Industry will stand on a par with that at prosent enjoyed by the horse industry. As if to keep pace with this increase in. demand, -the best Alberta ranchers are annually iuureasing their flocks, and placing the .business on more permanent and profitable basis. While there, may not-appear to be any rela- tionship whatever between the'small and large sheep raiser, there is a cei tain connection which Is worthy o note. The smaller holder enters iht business as a side issue to his farm ing operations, and despite .mlafor tun-es he finds a reward in the clean Her condition of his land, due 'to th presence of sheep. The rancher .ifa keeping sheep as a straight business proposition. He is out to bring everj animal through the winters in goot condition; to raise the highest pos sible per cent, of healthy lambs; to bring these lambs to a marketable condition at the earliest possible age; and, lastly, to place his stock on the best, available market. In order to accomplish this, the sheep business must be understood from start to ilnish, and many valuable hints can be gleaned that will prove of inter- est to farmers and stockmen genet ally. After visiting the sheep farm of H. A. Suggit, Coaldale, Alta., the writer is convinced that many phases of the sheen industry could be commented upon from what may-be seen at this farm, but as the lambing season.was at hand during this particular visit, this article will devoted -mainly to that branch of the sheep industry. month for raising lambs, providtn they can .bo givsu reasonable aholto1 as the weather in Southern Alberta i. UBimlly. warm and dry In April, us at alnfit cold and wet weather in.Maj The shelter provided not at a expensive, one shed in the field bein, covered with- flux over a few rods o woven feuchifi, which made splen did. root The corral was made 'o boards, which wore closely nailed o the side of the prevailing wind. Th 'writer received the impression, tha the secret was simply in keeping th lambs from cold winds and .fros until they are a few days old. Mr, Ecksiorm's Flock the farm.of C. J. Eekstonn, Leth Bridge, a flock of rang is partitioned off so as to accommo- date 9 or 10; e.wes, and on- a. large range this outfit is kept very busy. In Mr. Suggitt's flock of about 1800 ewes .the Iambs .were coming at the rate of 50 to 65 per day, The eives with single lambs are put in a small compartment in an open shed, about six owes in each compart- ment This is a means of teaching the ewe to take to her lamb, and to distinguish it from others. The lamb is also taught to find its.mother in this way. The ewes with, twin Jambs are first put In a small compartment, where tho ewe cannot fight the lambs, i and where she becomes thoroughly at- tached Whfl'n a day old both single and twin lambs are put in a small yard, where they arc taught to recognize each other in a small-flock of perhaps ten or twelves ewes. By the time the .Iambs are two days old. they are strong and smart enough to go on the range with a flock of sonic fifty or sixty and under such, treatment practically no further trou- ble Is experienced, Early Lambi Mr. Stiggit nas had surprisingly good success lliis year with April lambs. These were born early in-Ap- Hl, and a flock or.282 ewes raised-337 strong lambs, with the accommodation provided that mentioned. In his opinion April IB the best spring] RATHER UNIQUE ,CfRCIMSTANCE IN CASE, PENITENTIARY' luncston Ont June lo V stranga oinculence occurred in the case ot pris- oners tried on Thursday for escap- ing.--He is serving a; tcrm-'for having ibfWcted a, woman in Mam toba and the first man called to serve'on the jury was a cousin'of the girl, the prisoner abducted. Brown did not pay any attention whatever the mint as it re id although he u ib informed that, he hid a right to challenge of tie men AND BURN J, r A CHINESE CITY Peking, June city of Thman m the'nrouhco of Slian rung is in the Jiandb of hundred -jan mutinied list evening aid continued burning shooting md looting .throughout the No foreigners so far is is known hate been injmed The govcrnoi has Hit en refuge in the Citl olic wsion tion houses looted. At dying out, bu-t. ,thq looters were still active, although the city was becom- ing quieter; The cause of the ban- nerinen's mutiny .was their 1'ear at disband men t of their wages. TORONTO, BUSINESS MAN JAILED Toronto, Lyons, secretary, of, the C, ,Tr. Lyons Com- pany, and a well known business man, s tcday sentenced to two years' imprisonment for a aeries of 86 for-' geries, covering'four'years, totalling He forged- renewal notes la customers' names. Facts About "Sunshine" Furnace --The Understudy of the The Fire-pot of the "Sunshine" is made of Semi-Steel of the ordinary furn- ace is made of Grey Iron Here's the dif- ference De- structive sul- phur fumes penetrate Grey Iron easily'because it is porous. Semi- steel is not is a close-grained material with a smooth' surface secretly processed by McClaiy's Gas fumes cannot penetrate Semi Steel therefore it lasts longer The "Sunshine" Fire- pot is built in two sections joined to- gether with our famous cup joint The shape of this joint, combined with a layer of 'McClary's asbestos cement, makes it absolutely gas, smoke and dust-proof. Clearly, the "Sunshine" is the premier furnace as far as the Fne-pot is con- csrned. The Grates of the "Sunshine" Furnace have three sides each Plainly, they have three times the enduiance of one Dieted giates Every time you rock down the ashes of the "Sunshine" you can expose a fresh side of the grate to the fierce heat of the the life of the grates. it and the ashes drop into the ashrpari.- A child can easily rock the grates-of a "Sunshine3 merely another reason why you should biiy a "Sunshine" Furn- ace. Oi dinary furnaces are called coal glut- tons Theie may be good reasons-for don't know, hava built the "Sunshine" Furnace so that it v is very easy on coal Hundreds of peo- ple now using the and hav- ing- used ordinary furnaces, declare that the "Sunshine" makes two tuna of coal do the work of three. Evidently, the "Sunshine" Furnace saves coal and money. The 01 dinary furnace has a water-pan hidden .somewhere about the base.- There it cannot cany out the purpose for the watet-pan was devised. The watei-nan of the "Sunshine" Furn- ace IB placed scientifically above the And the short, jo'rong teeth of "Sim- shine" grates simply grind up clinkers: The Sunshine" Furnace is 'the best as far as grate construction goes. Shaking an ordinary furnace is hard, V v iiccu LU UUUIKSS shake the simply-.rock touch with him. radiator near the heat up tha watei, befoie being diffused aH the house It contains the same pmount of moisture as the air of a balmy June'day. Plainly, as far as the water-pan is concerned, the "Sunshine" is the furnace you should buy. There are many more reasons whv you should invest, your, money in "The Un- 'derstudy of. the "Sun- shine" Furnace. Call on the McClary agent and ask him to show you all the mechanical reasons and exclusive'de- vices which go to make the "Sunshine" the best and therefore the cheapest furnace you can buy. Write us at our near.--st adui-ess .if you cannot get. in LONDON TORONTO VANCOUVER ST. JORN.W B. MONTREAL WINNIPEG CALGARY ;