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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VIoiMlay, May 5,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD Page 7 The Zenith Tan or Black-Prioo $8.00 We Give You a Comfort Fit in any style, with a wearing quality that reduces your yearly shoe expense. Invest in mm -get more satisfaction than you have ever had for the money. SOLD BY L Keel Oliver Block LAC E SCHEDULE Montreal, May 4.-Two new clubs tvoie admitted to the National Lacrosse Union, at a meeting on Saturday night, when the schedule for the season waa also drawn up. The following were the delegates In attendance: President J. H. Murphy;, lion. pTeslde.iit, Peter Murphy; Paddy Brenuan and 3. HImpay, Sherbrooke; Dr. Cnvanaugh, J. Bouderlck, Com-wall, H. C. McAulura and J. M. Brlar-ly, St. Thomas; Aquina, W. H, Brant and J. B. Myers, Sherbrooke. The following la the schedule, the season to open on .lune 7 aad otsi-tlnue well on In September: June 7-Shamrocks at M.M.A.A. Dt) wear. Largi and ro(jmy, but made to fit. .. Bxtra heavy seami. VntnwtWKtdo NORifilEfiH SHIRT 60.; Ud. WlDiirPEa a TORTURED WITH TERRIBLE ECZEMA Had To Wear Rubber eioves Unlll "Fniil-a-tives" Ciired Her. GrANBU LiGNK, fioB., Jan. 2nd. 1910 "My wife was troubled for three years with Eczema on the hands, which niade her hands almost useless. The doctor gave her several ointments to use, none of which had any effect. Hr a\io advised her to wear rubber glove.i (she wore out three pairs). I persuaded her, as a last re.sort, (o try "I'ruit-a-tives". The effect was marvellous. Her hands are now ciirc' many severe cooes in which they have proven tbeu- merit. Try them at Our Risk If they do not abundantly prove their merit with you also - if you are not entirely satiafied with them - v.-e will refund your money - and we will do that on your mere say-so. M'o 'lon't ask you to risk a penny. Isn't tlittt fair? .lust lot the bowels fail in properly doing their work-just let their action he delayed and incomplete and the entire system and every other organ Buffers. Wastes that should have been dispelled remaia to poison the system. Headaches, biliousness, nervousness and other tormenting and serious ilia are common when the bowels fail to act daily aa nature intended. All this may bo avoided, il you wiU accept our advice. taste just like candy. They &r� soothing and eajy in action. They flo not cause griping, nausea, purging or excessive looseness. They tend to tone and strengthen intestinal nerves and muscles. They promptly rf^lieve constipation, and help to permanently overcome it. RcxoU Orderlies promote better spirits and better health. In all of these things they are vastly superior to old-fa.'fhioned, barah salts fmi other purgatives, which are not omy unpleasant to take but which usually leave the bowels in worse condition than before. Wo particularly recommend Rexall Orderlies for children, aged and delicate persons. Rexall Orderlies come in vest-pockpt tin boxes. 12 tablets, lOo; 36 tablets, 2uc; 80 tablets, 50c. CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all druB-gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexall Stores. Vr,i rnn t.ijv Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our store: J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 81 CO. The 3^2^^ Lethbrldge Albsrta TIjem is a Itoxall Store in nearly even' town and city in the United States, C�n�d� ud Gro�t Britain. There Is n different Retail Hemody lor nearly ovoiy ordinary htunan lU- each enpooialiy designed for the particular ill for which it ia rooommended. The Rexall Stores are America's Qreatest Drug Stores tip the cows rpf|uire to eat and how well they milk when they have as much water as they want. Knough canntit be said against permitting the use of impure watnr in the barn or in the dairy on the score of liejith, to say nothing of the injury occurring to milk products which come in contact with water from a coiitani-iiiating source. When the riUalily of the butter is not so good as c.vpecl-ed and no fault can be found in the general maiiipulaliuns it is advisable to gel a sample of the water used analysed a.s the trouble p!0'..a')lv arises there. .-Xs the coldest water Is obtained irdi,; Ihe deepest wells the farm dairie.s have the advantage of a cheap natural refrigeration. .'\ thermometer should be kept hanging on the wall to register the ' tempei'ature of the dairy and it must be borne in mind that all liquids standing in the dairy ex'cept milk just brought in ftoui the barn or wa-^ tor to which salt bas been added will in a few hours be dairy tempera-; ture. If buttermakers could remember I this fact, they would understand ex-' actly what to do v,-ith the milk, rrcani and i.utter, each of which require!, ,1 different temperature for successful treatment. A floating glass thermometer is essential and this one must register '213 degrees F. (the lemperature of boliinp; w?.tcr); otherwise it will burst when put into boiling water or pasteurized cream. The j following table will be a guide to the uninformed as to the application of temperature to milk, cream and butter : Milk Degrees Fah. New Milk ........................... 98 Milk for separating .......... 88 to 98 Milk when set in pans ....... 90 to 98 Dairy tor milk when put in pans ............................... 48 to 50 Cream Dairy for natural cream ripening when-Churning twice a week ...... oi to 56 Churning thrice a week ...... 56 to 58 Churning at end ot 2 days 58 to 60 Churning at end of 5 days 50 to 54 For churning-Summer ...... 50 to 58 For churning-Winter ......... 58 to 68 Water Water fur washing butter- Summer ............................ 45 to 52 Winter ............................... 58 to 6-1 How many buttermakers realize the important part played in the dairy by temperatures ? Not many, it we are to judge by the milk products ottered tor our use. Temperature- which is an excellent servant but a very unsatisfactory master-it may be said with truth has all to do with qnantlty and quality ot butter pro-ducfcd, if the cows from which the milk is obtained are in proper condition and cleanliness in every detail is observed. High temperature means rapid souring of milk and loss of Cream when set in pans. It also means rapid ripening of cream owing to decomposition of the milk-sugar and the disintegration of tlio solids contained in milk, all ot which can be font rolled by the butterraaker who ha.s knowledge of the temperature, most suitable to apply to milk, cream, und butter at the different siages. Low temperature means milk will keep sweet for a considerable time, say 24 or 36 hours ; but it also iiiean.s that unless some method ot ripening cream for churning is adopted there will be a great sacrifice in quantity and quality.-John Humphries in Farmers' Advocate. The chairman of Hamilton hospital board says a "milk ring" tried to charge the board 25 cents a gallon, whereas it has been purchased outside the city for 23',-i cents. FOR SALE OR TRADE Two single disc, 10 ft, Massey-Harris Drills. T. W. DIKE Coaldale. Phone R. 715 Old folks yho hVec! something of.tjia klHfl, iind most effective wltbsuf any discomfort, IhCrciSed dosts nbtneeded. 25c. a box ai ysur druggist's. HtHintl Oiiii Mi tMiaf U cl C�nU, iMM. FOR SALE READY MADE FARM."! In Southern Alberta, Olenwood District, close to new C. N. R. line. The land is first olass. A large percentage has been cultivated and at present part of it is in winter wheat. This Is a rare chance to secure a home In one of the best districts of the west. Terms eaay. Apply to A. G. CAMPBELL, OR D. S. BEACH Cardston P. O., ..., ....� Alta. WARNING The organizer organizing tb* Canadian Benevolent and Protective Order ot Elks Is In no way connected with the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks ot the Dominion of Canada, and are in no way affiliated with the American, Order of Elks by club j-oom privileges or otherwise. The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the Dominion of Canada i-^ the only organization -whogia Lodge and Club Rooms are open to Amerloaa Elks in good Btand-ing. ADDRESS LOUIS K. CHURCH Grand Secretary) Benevelant and Protective Order of Elk* of Dominion of Canada Head Office: Suite 1001 Union Trust Building, Winnipeg ALBERT HUDSON Of Toronto, who was shot tn the arm, as the result of a mieftaken burglary alarm early Wednesday morning. Ladies and Gentlemen we caul your atten-tion to your spring cleaning. chemicau dry cleaning a Specialty we clean everything t prompt attention to all orders express paid one way on OUT OP l-own orders. phone 1596 323 Sth Street, Upstairs. I A., .� 38 ?839 ;