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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tV.THtfttlD^lB DAILY HEP>ALP Siiperior Furniture �WHl-take plftc* In Standard Furniture Co'*., old stand, fi Fifth Street, ot)|ioslt� Morris Theatre . Saturday, March 8th  ' Xt 2 p.m. sharp, conalstlnj) of the following . 41^ Seattonal Book case Type:(vrltiag doak. Plat to^ fltece desk. BoU�ir tob desk. JTwo'writing desks. One show case. \ Two.MlSflion Oak arm iohalrs, OHfe' li^toflSt^red arm chair. 'Mission Oak diners. T^wo Mrtsteh. Oak rookere. . One wlck6r rocker. . Kitchen ,*hal!-8.> ' Certtr,a, table.: v Dicing room; extenslo^ table, Kltohon table � � Dressers and wash stands. Kitchen cabinet ' Pillows Two toilet sets. One burner coal, oil stove, 2 two-burner coal oil stbvos 1 three-burner coal oil slova Two cook stoves Hanging Lamp One screen * 4 bed steads, sprinigs and mattresses 10 carpet squares, c One sanitary couch. "AWAY TO THE (k-i.L?-OTIXE" blBhes, cooking utensils.,; .. ;iroti:i7"artlcle7"ro-i->->.>> wer^ grimly .dat^rmln^d that they would ngt-bfi ipaught nappUig by aiiy snap .(4ivW*Ptt>. .1 Mr; aogVtB'"-^'ht^nce to the House was 'Slg!i?i)l�d-by^a chorus of "Car-Tied;" \DurihB the early morning hou^g, Mf. rCaryell led for additional infor^^matlon; whiohj he said, had been promised by' l^remicr Borden, akd wlilob."wai hdt forthcoming. What he want^ particularly was information re^aiidlngr tHr;^?i'6�ntag6 of cost or armabHentSf stores, etc., for Bristol ctillsers; copt&lned In Borden's ciBtimat�s. V'M);..CarVeU said that the ; Admiraliy ! memorandum shtfyfed 16; l^fef c^ht, eobte. heisald, were entitled to an � cxpla'natlorirtjf-thBBe dlscrepfttinleB. Dr. Michael Clark, of Red fieer, sup ported the'reqiiest. . He wondered/if the goveJ'nment was, afraid to give this Information; ^iTo ihlm it app*to-�d 'that thftlr case^was unsound. �"Don't Like the' Past When Mr.: Demers was si�aking at an early hour this morning,.hc quoted from ;the-speech mftde^ by' Hbjti. -George B.'FVJStlt' in the,"Houesiia'lBO?,' in -fljHlota; h*; dWcoui�ft�ea th^ ld�a oi cpntrlbutton's. ' ' "Deputy-Speaker Blbndin, wli It' IwoUld. meoiivettlehco them It ttiey ' w�re '"not, pot;nUled to (juote fr?ely , from speeches r�iatlng : to -the- dnefl-tiqn under dlaousBlon. i They ahould, for lns^nce,-ba at Ijuote as often, aa.they lilted a speeoii mad� h% Mjr.iBlondlth^-polnt hwWftsidlB- CUBSiUg. ' TWaiyiohnlnB's Sitting /a large pait'ol the forenoon sitting was oicupl64 with a ap*eci by Hon/ OharleB Murphy, ft*'thomtht it was V e�?t�ordli)sry thae ii^ a:c - . convention recently, \W:heh>j J. \V. Clark, of Catnavllle, >.au.'tj,|t^i^l Farmers' lilfefcltute lecturer;^rtJf^; ,f0*4| speak on "the:Pos6ibilItie&frif"i'Ihten| sive Farming ^in Ontario.'Jv'fe^w 6it-hl|: audience 'Q;Kpected the concrete statements which' wer'�. '"''�'^'J Rodefcmed oid' pVohard-,"^ "A;^5 "I bought "iin-orchard-that hB4-be'eii totally neglected for,ten or' fiflSeif yea?s. I Blent'quite a:sum'-iiiilertill'^l Ing and pruning, and it waa.'ftiir^le'' years bafere ' results were . marfied ,But when'they appeared at .all they; were while. That orchard-'li'afl.' never fbeenknorwn to produce, over;' one hundred, and flfty ibarrels of ap-' pies in its'.history; ,last year 1: took nine-hundred barrels off those trees which are about thlrty-sevon years '0ld;'V;.'S' ... vDid,you keep an expert pruner,??, asked a listener. ' "."Well, I'll say this.: You really want a man who knows how, tffi^rune..The best pruner lever^bad was an Indian; because he did; what I fold - hlni..''] can't prune myselfj'-butleart;tell'otb-ers how I want it dohe. Last year my apples sold for about > $2250,; and' after pay ing to)- the picking and �patlkV' ing, I had a .net orchard gaiiiotoVer $1600. - Poultry Pays Well "How about the h�ns?' Oh, don worry;'I m'ade mon6y on�the-hens And remember that no ,extravgrOjUn(i. was used., My colony h'ousesi niade from piano boxes, were, set under the trees of the flv�-ttcre orchard plc-t, ' I sold breeding stock qlone for elghjaeli hundred doHarsj and rhatching; ip:fegs for six hund'red and' fifty dollars.'' , "Do you remove; the--chi?kenafpm the orchard as .the-apples reach maturity?", he,: wa&.�aaked.^^'' ';-:�-;�.:;'.��'.'.. .-; ."No,; no;.vnot at all,'' -was cth&'r^pjy. ."If your feed hoppsrs arp' wirklhg properly all th^' cbiekens ' you have appWs." "How'Often dowyou spray?' "Wiell,. i' �pvayfd ' twice. I think tyrlue fs^ plenty, if the work is thoroughly > aottfe- ?$cii;Jti'me.',' y. .PutsoBisfe's First -�' {afer^brlelly theVb�fe or: iny small corn1&^ and'I'bfeUe'v^; frult;tr bloom: 'my .work dur-,lrig:tlie past year,: :l:8old 11,000 pounds of. I'lpt.hon-ey for;'$1650 and 2000 lbs, of. d^ii for $178::.aiy colonies Increas. ed'.rb>:;,eighty.>; ;meaning a value of $240! .I,sold.$200 worth ot asparagus fis0,ni;lfi|B;thanr one-half acre of ground !itidVj|;';i:liundred bafes. of po^ .tat�:^pvb,ich'J;ih(uve not yet. sold. . i cl6ar^^ ..$S5(t. onV my. "poultry;, and in ahafce with cold, and Td\urn to th� damp lair and huddle, one on top of the oth^r, In the vain attempt to And. warmth.and to warm ui) to natural' heat the cold food With which thisy have filled themselves. Under these circumstances it canndt cauBe musklm milk to tb^sllarpB other meal, whlOb the .so'W; and charge made .for Prof. Bedford's booto let, "Good Seeding." It will be sent: free, postage prepaid, to farmers, wh.6 are interested enough in "makln� good" to ask for It. It la not,:b?lngj ' cheapened by being sent broadCABtl You've got to ask for It, We advise you to do so. Send your ham^ and address to "The Better Farming Association," 4th floor, bell 'Block, win^ nlpeg, and you will get a copy. ' -' : -~--.!#r>i; SLEEPY CREAM Sleepy d'eam la a trouble whlcb the butter-maker has i to d^al wUb more in winter than at other tlmai 'of the year. Oream Is ttrmed "al^cpy'^; wb^a It fails to yield up Its fjtt ,'aa butter, or only does so with aome'31f* Acuity. If the vbrioua cauaaa Of craam - -going sleepy are known,- the trouble;.^:^^^';'i^^^^ can then be eliminated to a gre^t-ex-tent. In the ilm place, it i* ^aeBir-; able to pvoperly ripen the cream, aind: regulate It to the correct eoiiaiilb^lptj^ and temperature before ehurnittt, lie-cording to a writer In iFarm andt^i^oine' Sweet or aweet and, .ripened or>eam mixed Is more liable to. go aleepy than is cream which has soured uniforinly, to the extent, contains ffom:.6 to .6 per cent, of acid. :�:.,-',. If the ohurniniij: temperatur* Is j-tod; . J low, whiiih la sometime^ the Oft*, in-v winter, th* ci-eam b^coa^e^s viijeid.i.,/if This oauaes', it to adhere t;o'the chunij.'-iv and then, of et>nfB9, It 'does n6t\.i!B..;. * celve tbe neoessary �oncuBaloB,tott^n I.', buttsr; -�Y^H$n:;t'he;'9r^aS','j9':':, too warm at the tim^ of ohuraink ]t-may swell and'froth to a'uoh Vp, jiixtej^t >. that propar ohurnin|; la out of"*the question'.' Ario^er cadse bf iriafeipj. ing sleeky Is 'ha-vlng "too:;mneS': cr&am in the chtirti at a time. If .the'c)iurn. \i much &ord than a thirdiull.ltl-iWil'l pigs had been fed with; as the �lgS Increase in age an addition of- bnii-ley and wheat meal will be .Itenefloial. J^lltf#i�^:''straightv"question to ]^|lj^eAket;--vMr^ Clark; ;;w is your. iMBblffti.'.ketiproflt?;-:d!fe^^ ,l6tee;^b6en figured, .feom'-^your twenty-^llve-'aores?"'. � , � .:'..����;��:.,'.�-:.�. ;.,.�,." .. ':*"About $3500 after : deducting all' �expenges/'icame the-?aai%er-^pu^^^ it into hours for ybuV' ,ltvideftsnas*!:onv,the scaisons, I guess the;.'best'way la to say that I work frc(�rf^yiSunrIse till the siin goes down;: the'^'hours, as you see. will vary.' I liave wdrked all night in a ve^y,�^)JUfy- time. I don't do muchi -vlsltrng.'' �" ' ^ J "r thought that you raised' straWr; berries,''Nsomeone. shouted. \ : "I uSed. to ^bother ;wlth; strawberries but.MIko. Mr. Clark,. I g^Ve them up. The Iftbor Involved was td'o much for matie.", �...'; ;;�?�:!f^?Sf'yQUF�:psparagus 'sold > locally or sent away?" ';,:;;::,?;;:.;..'; "At lirAt, locally, but next year,,I will; ,�ut, from 25,000 rootB.v BO will s�il*"muoh'away;i People whoi have seen, me make money from; aBparagus are imitating me, of course." "If_:y6p-.had:tP give: UP hllypu-r lilies of Intensive work, .but one, which -would you .keep?'."..... ,VI; ;woul'd certainly - keep the -bees) above everything else."- Toronto .Globe report. GOOD SEEbliNQ Prof, Bedford's Book Sent Free Farmers Interested 'Enough to A8l� avbidea .by keeping, VH; ehurning., \ . When sleepy or�am is not - � '*'iiieiifc bt flhUiml YOUNG PIG TROUBLE .  There are more pigs lost or ruined wh?n':they>aiie;flTst .weaned than at any, ptlier time of their lives, says the Writer, of-a most phactloal letter lii Farm and Home. The'> piglings miais the-mllkof .their mothers, unleastboy ar.^ allowed to almost wean themselves, and even thpn they 'eat their food too fa^t too much at.a time, and this causes indigestion arid flatulency. Many persons imagine that It iB necessary to, give the riewly-weanecL pigs food of a .much more nutritious vcharacter,than, that on which they are fed when with the sow. This overfeedlqg often results in a The Better FatminjEr asjo|a^t*i|aB^ associated.'.with-. It' on 8*>:i;*W�"*?^; board such men' ^JBoSl^.l'WAS^rt^ K. T. Riley, vl6e-preBidf^i].^f.*unlo�i Bank of->Canada, an6f:>'^.m'*^*"f, rector of the' NOrtheriSi'I^feiP'^; A. Mott, president] ''^M1^3Pl'^'>f>i^�J. trade; Wm. P�WP'�M?Ji7 of other 'weU.^knb\vnv;*r6BfiS5K4||^^^^^ Among the agrlouUUrJlpAyi-W^pyfir?:; with the work anelProf. S.^A;M wi Bmall .n' and ihlB Aake thf cream Tar, cult to churn, In ihi� obm ona c neWly'CiiilY^d co�^ in the nerd will remedy matteri to a �r�*t extent �r -^If theitroubl" o' al^opj cream ,J Ists through 'no fanl of the-'bujit^i-^ *1 riiaker, it-may'le o\ercom�. br aca d Ing th4 or'wii tu W