Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAftE EIGHT THE i-ETtlBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914 Whole Leaf Teas are worth 50% more than .those of a-broken and dusty character. With the Farmer i RAISE A PIG i lleurir; that .Kinky, secre- tary ol il.e .uwciiti" lloaids oi Trade, wjs in promoting hoj i.-.arVft for Albtita tariu- ers. ju oM Washington ftlff-d pfur.iM l-.ini folUiwing "dviir >J I Tll'K HOO KMSUK'S Teas are free of dust sweepings and broken leaves, vcu that Everv infusion is clean, fragrant and delicious. 'train mt and Sealed lead packets sold in bulk. The Ladies'Store PWo.453 .Martin Harvey Strikes Imperial.Note at Board ol Trade Luncheon Attended by 200 Men of l.cth- Ple.aseil Hi1 Speaks Hood Word for rv'mg Who is Comintr I u.'i have a dear desire ier a su'en- 'did private far- ill >our jcjms fc-r jewels j tlut ivill make a lurid If yuiir wife would imura be-where i some other sivays, i II you wish to give' up toiliiir. and in conifori spend your days, liaise a pig- lou're sick of serving others and aie looking (or a Uaise a pig. li ;ou wish tu gate at wosiiMs that are far away and liaise a pig. li ycuii like to sumd sornt money on a neighbor's gitl. If you yearn to uwn a castle having J walls iulaid with j liaise a pi. li ivithin a senate i-liiulif r you would like to hold a seat, If you wish to be untroubled by the raising price ol Thursday, Another Day of Great Interest And Special Attractions in Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses and Millinery Bread and sallsJvlns new and exclusive stoeis ar.d undoubtedly the very best values within your raeli arc, Iiero pre.-euteO for your judgment aud approval. E.itsr little more thin three wetk> distant strongly urge advisability ol selecting your new outfit now while stocks are at their belt, ?nd before the bis rush begins. A deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take It away. PRETTY NEW SUITS Specially values 1'ure Wool Xavy Screes, aifo all Vool Tweeds and sleds in lient atd Kctllum colors. Coats sltlc llued. all very unusual address, took just three-quart- fill Ihe bill, aud his c-u-erleuces have ers of an tour to deliver, ana when beea amusing and peculiar. However, Mr iisrrey was through another ot -Mr. Harvey was not out of- his ele-1 ____________ tho'e llnis In the chain of corapli- ment in speaking today at neon, acd. aenU Oiat It has pleased not a lev] Mi address-was nleasins, indeed. [THE STORAGE ROTS noted men of tbe world to accord this His theme was of au Imperialistic: i cltv from time to time, was added, all! nature and Ills words went borne to j of which eive faith and encourage-1 the Britisher with telling effect nent to the. people of the city, and the unity ot the Empire ar.d lorelty i overlook it- pig. OF POTATOES. By T. GUSSOW, (Dominiou Botanist) THURSDAY SUIT SALE As good at many garments............ Some fifty odd newest style Including a spec- ially purchased Series and Hedford Cords lu nnvV, tan and neiv Wue; also Dealest checks in ta-j and grey. HIGH GRADE SUITS All exclusive models Suits you see iirother stores hi similar destEns at 540.00 and as slyllih and belter tailored, made of finest ratines, brocaiies. IlinvL goods procurable. to BIG WOMEN'S SUITS To fit any figure Jleilo iu various models to suit every tyjic of stout figure. Sizes 3S to 4 its moral son. week. i Here where the storage rots, and' control of tV.e polato bug. When the tb completely destroy tho dandruff germ in from one to applications. It will also almost immediately slop falllnz hatr and it has in numeroiia casoj produced a jiew halrgrowth, after years of bald- This prescription can be made up at home, or any druggist will put it up for you: C ounces Bay Rum. 2 ininces Lavo.na de Composee. one-half drachm Slentfcol Crystals. Mix thor- oughly, and after standing half an hour It is ready for use. Apply eight and morning, rubbing it into the scalp tho If you wish it perfumed, add 1 drachm of your fa- vorite- perfume. this prepara- tion is not a dye it Is unequalled for retlorisig ;ray hair to its oflsrinal col- or. Advt. in storage the prevention of losse will be the same in every case, and may be summarized in the following suggestions: 1. Sound, ripe and undamaged po- tatoes will keep In this condition un- less brought into contact with tubers j showing signs of decay. 2. The prevention of IOEECS In the E (erase must begin In the field, where the growing plants be rcgular- ty sprayed lu prevent, diseases like- ly to affect they tubers. 5. Potatoes should -be dug-when vlpe if possible.' Cnre should be ex- ercised to prevent damaging tubers when digging. Frozen and damaged TKiutoes, as well as those showing i....... ......_____.- signs of diseases should-be removed. a jourialist 'in England who was an-, is no-chance, of their becoming W1ial ls nKessary to start Into ac- the view of producing potatoes as frco ]r tkc nbovo suggestions are car- vistd (o go -est: where there was a long they are left -In tho tton the myriads of fungus spores from disease as possible under nrac-. oul TM onlj. ,-m )ne ]afsef In 01 sorroV, have That jlis ill-savored, lamp- shall, shed A light'to. Heaven', when blown about Dy the World's .vaiti an'fi winiiy rout, The candles of delight burn out. Then .usher Sorrow to thy board (Jive him such.fare as may afford Tiiy. single To meet him ialiway in his .qunt, importunate ar.d sad-ejcd guest. Veti somewhat-should is give who Thy. hospitality, 'ot 'o01'- His is' no .random vagrancy; Ikneath his. ra Of-, a fetes1 clinic lor women smokers teen oslaLllsucd in Chirago by Iho League, and fifteen wo- men have Already been 'treated. tig The opening was so big t the journalist fell right through. i toil. A ripe potato has all its cells well Mayor liardie lor upon wnsuTnption. the .ould 'f S'i stiwnlly tfcf (anartun stKnzfntnii.g (ood.aolli raihvay allcginfi that .1 it builds energy stlength much larger proportion ul thr lands it lotally free alcohol any were con-irrigahlo than Ijail been rep- itupsfying druggist bis it. resralcd lo It. tout scatters gerss CongliiEg the irritition of the.tlreuly inr flamed mucuous meaibrMM and is moreoTtrapt to carry ilisesse to others.'-; Cod Uveiqilproinptlyalops co-jghinx, and to its tonic pioptrtles.dSeclJ a permanent cure. The wonderful popnUnty of ol Tar due to'itj grett value as permaiieDl lung tnd bron-. chiaf healer. bottlet. J. V. MATHIBI CO, lolhing to IcSr from slorogc rot, for when the roof will be more apparent, hen you are no doubt anatte to the but when.nigging the'potatoes they necessity of preventing late blight and should be billed up on DIP. Held, cov- olhtr Uul thone who must ercd llnhtly with and earth un- own up to one or more, similar "sins til Ihoy-have dried up well. Heforc of omission" haj belter turn to their (Ahing thcrt In, tho potatoes shouH potatoes at on'ro anil start hand-pick- be cnrofully liandpickcd to remove .ill ni: over taking out all nolaloen or Injured potatoes, that show any of tlifse. figr.6. )t liardlj- nccesafiry hers lo men- The is asked by other diseases nttccling the TO- farmers sending sainples of potatoes plant, for whatever tticlr nalurc, atfocted ttorage rot whether aa 80M jj tho tubers become nffectod there Is any treatment to prevent it jt amounts to the same thine, they from spoiling their potatoes. I mult he picked oat to prevent slor- ofrniil there It nothing to be done to j 6gc rot. ct like polalo roscKo stop thft dway onco it has let In, be- or ]iitie polalocs i rot and others which may affect 1 potato tubers rnust he controller! eased potatoes, provldtrig good vtnll- or proventetl by the of sound stcil, for storage a cool, tbe iiotfllo tuber Is once affect- yond the fact of hand-picking lhcirr. damaged, froxen or dfs- latlon anil place. fn the prcciCdliig llnet I have nook-' ing nlored a'nout thfi reBuJit to be expected It Is very liable to decay nftcr bo- 1 bAvc coiicluiled In the t'.vm "stor- CLOOOIvI) XOS'1'KI.LS AND HEAD OPBX AT GATAljlUr itanlly Clears Air You Bresthe Frtely, Nasty Distlrargc Stops, Head and Dull Head- athe Vanish, Cicl a small bottle anyway, jufl lo try Apply n Hltlo'lu the nostrils and ir.r.tanlly your nose find air of Ihe heat] will open; you will brcntiw frctly; dullness nn'd beadadio disappear. Hy morning! the' catarrh, eold-in-hwd or calarrhal sore Iliroat will Uo cone. Knit lillc-li Oel lh( small bottlo of "sly's Crmm llnlm" Hi any drug filorp. Thin sweet, fra- grant uolin dissolves by the hcnl of he nostrils; jienclrnles and heals, fin swollen rticmurnno which Jlncs tbo nose, head and .tliroal; doars nir passages; nasty discharps .ind n fer.llng ot eieans- Ing, toothing rellot comes Immed- iately. '-j''. Iwn't lay nivakc lonlght stidttllnii for -brrath, ivllli head alutfcd; Irils closed, liawking and blowing. Cntarrli or a cold, ivllh It's rimnln.i; nofio, foul mucous dropping Into tho throat and raw dryncss Is dislreMinu !ml Iruly I'nt your Just in 'Ely's Cream Halm" nnd your cftd r catarrh ulll surely disappear. J. ilWnbolliain ft Co..