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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta KUCTION SALE THE IiETHBRli)GIL.I>,AILY HERALD "UNRESERVED -of- FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS -on- WMJNESPAY, MARCirae, 1913 .\ 1 M�(fe.'IP years,! w�lghta350lbs.- ; i 1 Mare�.7,y�ire, .TOlgiitJistJOlbs. "�a (MdWgfS �yli8::;\veSjfht 1300168. ' ;! 3 StSfiBtoavSiiPeW cccJH's Ky' Ctfrk, S jrears'old: ^ . � .  o young PigsJ. 'ons of potatoes in ceilaf-" �*SlDiigs.. � ''V "a � ;>\5;�WaKoiiiS ,.:v ;/'Ppta"toi5D|s|;en-; ... . .T^hdi^ej'^uitivstor. One-ibrse Gnltfyator. ^oiTBr and irike'. �' �fitfBter, r1�6*Se*;�r5^^^ cart. .-.aVWilBfl^^^ iron; irange and a -t|ifftf8ttty omtbM^hoM furnl-'ons ot potatoes m ceuar.^ - f�l%; r.r " " TSrtMS-,.^31'sumssor'.?23,00 and �nder^CASH: Over that amount 26% cash, balonce 8'months, credit on rurnlshlng approved Jolttt'noteB at-eight per cent discount for cash on all credit amounts. Hogs, Chickens and Potatoes:oaali, JSperything will be sold as the giving up business. J. B.-MOORE. Owner. J. A; SMITH. Auctioneer, This sale was advertised for IVIarch 19, but " postp&ued on account of the Aveather. GRANDMt)THJER USED SAGE TEA TO .DARKEN HER FADED OR GRAY HAIR M1X�D WITiH^OLRHUR �T MAKES cents. Soiiie"druggists'make their mm SdFT, BBA.UT1FUL- own, which, is usuaUy too sUcky, so j/^j � ' * insist upon getting Wyeth's wllca can y!i'/'^^)'^,iri:.''-^:::''''r^r--r- be depended upon to restore natural The nee'Of Sagband Sidphur for color and beau�y to the ialr and is restoipSC faded. ^ylAir'tb its na- splendid for dandruff, dry, feverish^ ler^^j^fci' 'SK&'^Jwpther h^ beatrti- A wbll-kno'Wn' down town druggist fi%-,''dti^ietk�d,{^ottBy ,and abundant, says his customers insist on Wyeth's -vrl^ a VriS^ of S^ge Tea and Sul- sage and Sulphur, because they say, ' " ' evenly ___,-__.....________ , you �p^^aaee'~'ibiB ^mple mixture was simply dampen a sponge or sod brush '1 '.applied vitli;>Vdndecfut Effect. and dr^w it through your hair taking t7,J>.B^';tIti9^1^rB>�lng,at;hqjne is mussy one strand at "&. time., Do this' at 'flJaild.J,g(itrt/-date.^^^^^v^^^^ night and: by morning the gray hair ^iichemiBteido thiB bettecthan'ouraelvea. -diBappears;- after another application fiy asking at any drug store for the or t4'o. it is restored to its natural FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks on Agriculture CANADA MUST IMPROVE HER LIVE STOCK PRODUCTION fi^donf:,Hl6rch' -'20.-The London ;.ta^5caI>';-Bfee"^te8?' 6ndpd, .all the; '"'^^'^%hii^ieliaytbe^ iMotor "Cab; i%iDrB>\atiiw)iattto&'"liaving ac- � ^to^^aa^on^teonday.gag {�tares looking; for us, we shall be looking foe fares,!' , ' ' The ^scarcity ot cabs during the strlkV added '^a-'new plagiife to London iife^ V^iatling for tasl-cabs has de-velopeUtdnto:such-a nuisanoe that the anthorttiw^ aw � rabk^ to^jdiscover a methodof aVofdlng it* Public telephones attached to lamp posts: and /communicating;�with- ;cab stands are being oexperlmentedv with; by the post office. \ MS >l!6>^eentB., The meo Optica. - ^ '-^S|ai|i'�^jf^yf s lif' several provbides the actual number yof cattle _jjlieefci_- and hogs is less than fivevyeaj^ =*agOj>;The breaking up of the ranc^l^ana.'range, ^ .. - -cotfntry iifilhe west iiito^smitf'farms.'this g| � - - .t_i:,d-_i,,-_ i'lTLVnorfii !iijf^v,-thp\Vranchmen on thl'Ciiicago mar EIN . Pincher Creek, March ^l.^There is no e|ianga,;,iai;;the-'Strike sltuafi Beaver minei up to thia present time. Many of -die miners have found,their way into-PincTiervCreek and they de^ olwe tierd:lB, no, possibility of the men Siiitjin an' app^aranciefas yfet, rCo"nrae.-%ia;�taidsmi;.''>vt/r,...... the advocates of reciprocity than the argument that: the Canadian � Cattle raiser would* benefit by freer access to the American market. Some iVkTestern Canadian stockmen have been led by Chicago market r^ ports and;'fumors of an acute' short-: age of. fliiish^r-cattle in the United States %o 'shlji^'^eir fiinshed cattle tp the Chicagofilnijket. In the case;of the first "large'rshipments of - cattle made 'fromb Alberta to Chicago this fall the,, mavketcwas unusually favorij able and5s,entirel^" abnormal. ^Cattle for i tihat^''"wteek \t�wtehed the highest prices" eyei;^kntjwnvjin Chicago stock yards, so ,'that-, fhfe s'Alberta cattle be^ Ing ^featrle^s*'al'the'home market�Is the hesft;;;The cattle 'em^ bargoha3;combinedv�yM|p|�,which was ^tfeilsively- quot^^^^v^-l and comj liiented^upon at th^imB�,by The Tc^ ronito World. Thtfjiseneral subject of. AFTER LONG thelang^iishiug meat industry of Canada;,-was' the sTibject of a lengthy; de-, bate In the HouSe of Commons about a year ago.'and it is a fair surmise that the present government intends in some way to encourage tlie Industry. lUnfortunately,' the cold climate of We^stern 'Canada and the natural .desire of; the new settler to-get a quick i;eturn from his land and to pay for his farm ag quickly as possible, milt tales against, the Industry. In. the 6nd, however, the farmer who raises som,S'Hve Stock and who feeds his frosted;'"grain will come out .ahead and: unquestionably the country as a �whole .will be � greatly^jbenefited- by more mixed farming; in eastern and [.western;:Canada; alike; .Indeed, the situatiohYis becoming so grave as to demand the' earnest and'.early atcen-tion"of; the 'Dominion and provincial gov|rnment8.,;- Nothing, perhaps, wilt convJnce'the; western farmer that he .Yrlll; benefit himself ana his land by raislhg live stock. And iu this con-nectiontit is to be ,hoped, that: the government, when revising :inB utiuk: Act. AVill permlt:iloaus to be made to f' i^farm^;- upon th^ products: of-his. mi; inliudin^^ bbth grain and - live; ck.. The- lesson' cannot, be, too strongly impressed upon the farmers of the northwest that the .growth ^and.^prod-perltyt?o��-':the? live:- stock and ;: meat Business of the cquntfV .Hepends .lipph an ampl6:'arid steady supply of 'live ^tpcktbeing'furnished'.to the packer;}' and ibutchers scattered over the. coun-; try.; Without ample'supplies and raw materials these people cannot operate l^onomically," /so that -it is greatly to JShff benefit and profit of; the farmers to kegp. a steady supply,moving ir-vard in,'; order that the home /market may. be maintained and developedand the beat prices established for; the live stock.'growniwithin the-provinoes. mixed ''farming at barons 1 ^atiuday, Marcli 22,1913 TEU OF MOST -almost every mail bring trtie '� of cures by "Fruit-a-tives'*, the ItWedicine. , . of �R^bM^lwl^^ for all to 3i^ay^ tl^ir^,,^^ stories^ are a : is*sis|:qgi's&^gs;0e number of, lettersjthe ^proprietors -�;f.:o-^r1,e^igggf^re:;^ve!l3K da^ prailsitig;this. iV^^la^e, and telling in simple language .....-.......... , .pne*.!^Toasesi of Chronic Constipation and Kidn-ey'Troiible. � ' ; ' ' ^�'-^-v--- � V Krequcnt mails bring testimonials frdmipeople-good^: reliable and honest people amongst whom a^te hot a few in ' ,prpRii;neiit .pQsitiQns. It ni^ be 'thought 'thatY'stlch persons woul^ not care for' the publicity of having their testimonials 'feproduced., But- no,-they want their glad testimonyio circle the globe if-possible. V .   :They liave been great'sUfiE^ers, butt'they haye been cured by-'I^ruit-a-tives'?^: The writers,give! their names and addressesyi and frequently forward photographs to be published with thfetestiinonials. *!Fruit-a-tives'* testimonials are not written tpr^ptldlyrewardi^^^,^^^ recompense is in thergood-these .testimonials,will bring tooth-eicSj wh^t|najf be suffering'fr(?m Bladder -Troubles, Severe �^H'eadacBes oi ..Impure.Blood. . .-f, ."^ . 'i;'^ ',; WhetheJ!-,youn)iaye re,ad "iPruita^ives" testimoni'al^.or not, don't miss one of them.from th'i'sfl.ay fonward. ^ --li You will ^gladly add your testimony no ^ubt w^en you; hay e,been (siired by ^taking .*|Etfai;i^.a*tives?k^^'.^'^^^ 50c. a box, 6vbo3ies .for';'|2i50,;':triaf s ^et them, right'at hand "they wil ,l3e|^en.t- "post �p^^iif^oa receipt of ;pridfe'%vii'!ruit-illiwe^ -I^lii^ ^-^'^^^; . These Two WomtenV Hejiltb RertoredbyLj^aj^EPml^-^ ham's VegeW^^le.Comi., pound-Read.Their Own Statements. --Cbeneyville, La.-'^me time ago when in poor health, suffering from fem- strength :isind^ flesh. A gradual improve-; m'ent continued a^-I took the qdmpottod, and Jfrbin 120 pounds fe6l|thitmy;lil;)�.hips been prolonged. [/i ;i i} "I deeply regret that I'did,i|pt-know of your medicine long;]before J,^aid.' Friends often speak of.,tHe,'Wi?naerfuI change in my health, an'd-rtiBlI'themlthat bur medicinedid if'-i^IrFJ.'W.'STAN-Cliegey ville, La. i ^JMM^^ V , Difltressine Case of Mr^. Jjtf. pound tl>e pains in mjr,,, and IMH strong agai^r^ ^ " My' mother t�iSfd/jpaJ.So|;tteouglb Changeof Life and;.8pea^BjyW;.higMy of \ti i9h. I, ip b)4lMl^r.for one. vyhp Jim, suffered>W,giu|li^,-'?:-^�o.jIet . In reply to an:enquiry from the:As--soclate "Boards, Mr.; J; J. TIghe, Secretary of the; Barons Board of Trade, submitted: a-very ..interesting report. It goes to show how the; .farmers id that district; are::thoroughly imbued with liihe mixed'farming, idea.; A great number of them, have had some bitter experlence8:iin'.,ti-ying to thrive and support their .families on the profits from their wheat,: crops, alone. Many of them are :in ^guch financial v shape now that Ithey are' finding it; difBcult to,'isvonly a ipatte^;;'''ofj;'tlmer.unUlvthey..will, be^ onj4;helrfIepb.,f- .- ^ . Iri/?eg;ar,d^.to"^,tliekda}ry industry,, Mr;' Tlg^i; stated''ithafe; as ;.y6t:the;:e.-.were Jijo icreameries or cheede. factories In � tho'^)>t^l,pt, but,that on�,.farmer has,a (^eairiery outfit;ln^tranltiand',intendBr 'starji,nfej a. creamery' either, ,^at.Barons qr at his farm,some th^ee .miles dis-''tant. "�'i.'fry: r."C"/'"' '\ v' There were only about 500 'pWnds df:.butter .marketed in ;.Barons;'last; jjear, but everything, that looks like t co^W'ls^belng eagerly^ snapped up, "and lyir. Ti'ghe said that ten times this amount could .he" obtained. in 1913'- if market conditions .were. favorable; -.: � At a sale held in Barons recently a bunch of 28 rather poor looking cows and-iheifersbrought from; 160 to ?80 .apiece, which sho^s how largely the farmers are goingafter the dairy busi n'ess. -Mr. Tlghe goes on to say,: J '.'In regard to the'hog raising ques-' rilpijt Ifnlght.;bay..the:8ame asito'.lack' % 'S,tat|istics, in ithis � matter -as ln_ tlje .'question of, cattle, ,but l' can say that! .thejjfarmerSi haVe-i'^II been.'golng-.'^ln 'Strong'for pigs* s^lnce* last sumnier .and: _at,,yi6 ipresent^t'ime pralptically e^vejjy^ .rraer'has.aj.;bi|n^H.r^f^nywhere from; iro/;hogs "itp- qoOj �'Aumon'g those whom ;mo-�j par'ticjularly >Mr.'^ |3dj^ Si%p�d'M gSpoJaaifiiyjlwol; or', threeshun^reiill i^t year'^e ha'd. about|iK^ Itneces.sary. If it^ls possible ,�to get an; independent,concern to operate.In,that' line, which will'jtetep; up a real live competition for-thiprodu'et ;;and :are, not in^ the, meat .trust, so much- the betiter, but it is imperative that,some-, thing of tills kind be got "going; this summer, so- that a' prpntahle' market could-lie ^ecfured for this season's crop? of hogs 'iind^the farmers'kepifc.'on tlie' job..Three successive ; crop taUur'es' have nearly cleaned-out a:lot of them, and'failuJ-e''-this'year'l;o';eet'|'^,^oa5 profit; oiit.Bf. the mixed: farmJri'gVlfrP' ture is going, to send a lot of them out of the couutlT-"\l't will also. hQ.necessary to have 'the: railways,'*,mali6: provision for hardling f the ;hqgs J-W putting .pens '-ar' Xhutes;'. Very;;'few-of the "yard^ are so eq'ulp'ped'.; �;�'� '.';��.: ;;"The-.same general remarks: might he: applied to theisheep-raising'hilBk ness; There' are a;.Very few in; the countiy; at.the present, fact, I know 'Ot only two farmers in this dlfr trict who have a flbck of sheep'. _ One of these, Mv. P. P. Ijughfe,&',bf 'B.ti'roji^, bought,and brought in 40.0 head about a.''\.';i!**go for 'tihe purpose 'orexterm-inaiiLe. -the weeds on ;ihis farm. . He told' me last' fall that they had not onlyvdone the .Job'for which, theyrhad; been :brought;"but that they, had'/also harrowed and packed bis land'where, they were allowed to run.'; He butoh-ered:aud sold 200 head, making a. vary nice pfoft't.; and':has .about 200'of the best of them left. I think that on the strength of Mr.: Hughes','success ;a good:^many rao're.;'tarmers' wlll.'get'a bunch of sheep this year." . "'We also raise a lot of poultry, but up;to,tlle^preaent:time most.of-thls: liai found a ready* market locally." * The leading, hog raisers of the Ban  PnsDistribt. are Ed. .Simpson, P. Lund, Ja: NSlStori, 'ir.'Brlggs, G, Farley and G. Aultei'inath.'-' .1 -^l^tS^'. '... Calgarj5,,J^_oJ�y^l^Mgary Typo-^gi aphlcal'T.Ufllonv which is back ;pf a movertfent \'6, "&iUng>'tlie 1914 coi^ven^ tloa of the. {nt'efnational Typographl-biii^''Un^pn to thj'9'';city; today wire^ President' ,Lynch,'^lnterna'l!lorial heaffi sitggestlng that: theyjnvlte .Dr.i Frieffi-. mann: to Colorado jef^ihjfs'vtrhprp thf Printers Home .is jloo^te'd, wltli tli^ Idest 61 ti'^ajliig tubeirciilar prfeter^ Witt his serum for th'e 'cure' of .fubefJ oulosis.::: AccojnpapyIng''' tn4yff-!:kliee^^ tlort.wa's an- ' ' ' - - - " .ccomps.pying''.tBe/,5S|.qpi ri o'lfef"o?''$JO.O"toyvfatds ftmd.H'o' whlch"'?tyi^ei'opoS6d Ml. tlie Typographical unions Inr^the -|T'.-"S. and Canadtt shall'-contribute, In the event' �f Dr. 'Friedman'^ acceptance of .ihe; pj;6' BLACKSMITH BURNED ^' -TO' DEATH Cornwalh March . gO^-Thoma* Hough'to^^.' ap(ed M5," , a,.-.well-known blackamilli,''was bumed^to death early this r^oniin^''b'ylE( fire .which destroy-Pfl 'hlif'hoii'ftW '"^ V ' ed hirhobse^. , ^ But GIN PILLS Conqilered ' His Rheuniatism . ,. t' f "H' 'I',' If .� ','-! ' BHEfiict.that'Jneii Of standingaad respoiMibiti^^^^^^^ ; do not hesitate to come out apdstateitiankiy; .�:'hb#'hiuchgood'GlN PILLS havi!;db;te.ttiem^^^^ (....: !:BpeakS volumes for this gpod'pld reiiiedy;*, :;;::: - Mi?.>W. G. Reid, of HamiUwi;;vy^hc)Se: 8^te^^^^^^^ . - ment-we publish.below, with*sllis J^rMMipn, i� one of the beat known comm�ffifel,^men; iii  T'Canada. ^ Hi,-� mauy frirfijfls ;.thJ?%g|0�^:;W^ counti-y will be delighfcd'to learns th*t he is quite^imsdf again. ^ He w^i^teg;' ,.}tfc >/� -.IMusculac 'akg:,"J5>iflaTWt JFrom,>vealt, ihmYe.brAliB?asadi1cidi�j littl? chance agaffaBt^^IjSKBT5!tS!?.v Thfe' curative.-' pft>pe. .. dtrairfittq.the/roptfOf tb tli Jmedlcal p,�iu and iWatein >yUh>it lend'ed't Lea m ;