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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta -1 it*Ali'>�:.-r--' THE STORE OF QUALltY." A New Breakfast Food Toasted Corn FJakes and Triscuit Nelson (Sb Fraser PHONE 21 LETIIBRIDGE Of Interest t0 the Fanner BICHARDS ON THE'. CARB OV WOKi: HOBSKS DUBINO TUK SEfiDlNU TIMK. : Pro/. W. B. Richards of the A. C. in th� North Dakota Farmer: There is no tima during the j-ear when work { Meats,PoultrY and Game lJj'8'�'l�i8fie(l ill excellence. Wo supply tlie be�t the iiiarkel alTords. Olive us a trijil. horses od the farm need ho much at-tentioa *s during the beginning of spring work. This is true because roost of the farm work horses are idls during the winter monthH, and thsy become "soft" or unOt to endure hssvy work when the springwork opens up. There is no question but what th� peniod of usefulness of farm horses would be more extended if thejr were kcpy busy at work the whole year instead of being put tQ hard work after a prolonged iieriod of idleness. These conditions exist, and we should aim to make this transition in the best, way possible, so as to get. and maintain our tvamsin a con dltion that will enable them tostand their work well throughout the working season and to prolong their period of usefulness UK long as possible If the horses hove not been grained but to a limited extent during the winter, the they should be fed an in-' creased grain ration at lonst tv� or three weeks before the field work will >>egin. This is o.s|)ecjolly dcsirablcif wh�n' spWnf workl)�gimi, because .thsy sWiiat More at this seaswu and ! too often they still rrtain their win-(tercoat of hnlr. Tlie sooner this can be rpn>o\e'l the bcttfr, and n good groonjiing will hasten the prowss of relieving thoni of this undnsirable covering. A good cleoning of this kind will refresh them as much as a good bath will a man after a hard day's physical labor, and add much to thdir comfort for the night and *s a rsNUlt aid very materially in keeping them in good shape for regular �6rlerta's - farmers have decided to keep cows �ind reap the Ijcneflts to be derived from the manufacture of dairy produclls. The rapid development of th�1.wcst and the growth of towns and cities draw more into dairying each season. Ilut while many keep cows vonipar-ativoly few itianiifocturc dairy products on the farm. The reason is that it is hard enough to secure labor to milk the cows lot alone > manufacture the raw product into j I Hitter. iKi existing conditions not u-uirunt the dairy farmer of western Tiinnda i in putting forth every possiljlo effort j to place a finished pro'dnct on the , market? Those living neor it town ! or city prefer to carry on n milk I trade;'those near � cheese factory oeglll* J Ilia 171 v.-3|'%'v,I.- bridge Brewery and Malting Co. Ltd., under the most thorough sanitary conditions. in reserve. If it is possible to give eivch sonic light work during the preliminary |>eriod, such as teaming about the fann. it should be done by icll means, even if it is only a day's work from time to time. If this cannot l)e done it means that when the work on the 'land boRins the horses wiill have to be spared until they begin to harden up. If care is not exercised at this tim� the future of the horses will be injured by rcHluction in flesh, so it will be difficult to get them in condition again during the whole .season. Their shoulders and neck are apt to be-, come sore and when this once occurs I il is. difllciilt to heal them. IlDre is  .J _ , . n lacdl^where the old adage. "An. LfithbridSd breWinS ounce of prevention is worth apound e> O I of cure," and applies, if it can bo applied anywiiere. 1 would recommend feeding a daily Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS dispose trade or are not near a cht-osc fac - . tor.v or creamer.v present conditions : demand that nothing i>ut a in>j.inii- \ factured article should Ijc sent of! , the farm. Two conditions in partic- ; tilar demand it. One is that iimnu -facturcrs o/Tcr no premium to pat- > rons who send, a high class product. | Fhe other is that the long haul with ' a more or less uncertain railway ser- , vice renders it; linivasimable to ex- i pcct the cream or milk to reach its I destination in such condition that j high class products can l>e made. i Therefoix), farmers who understood 1 cauHe bran is an quality. excellent regulator of the digestive Hy all meaii.t make' butter on the t.vstcm. avoiding constipation. A farm unless conditions: are favorable Where one caii get tlie Real Semi-ready e B. 0{ the seven distinct types o{ Semi-ready Tailoring Type B Kas the largest sale, for it is the type of the Average Man. Type B is subdivided into Ave variati3ns: Normal. High ShouUtrfJ. Ovtr Ercci. RounJ ShoulJltiJ. Sloping ShouUcrcJ. ^ No man, matters it not what be his height, ^Irtti. shape or figure, but may get a perfectly fitting garment from out the Semi-ready wardrobes. ^ Seir.i-ready Tailoring appeals to every man but he wKd is vexed with improvements. It is the improved and modern method of selecting dress of the correct address. Finished-to-meaMire in two hours, the wearer of Semi-ready clothing , can always forejudge its s'j:tability to hi? individual expression. 3te Q Only tKe millionaire can afford ta waste money buying chcaftcr.^. suits than Semi-ready, and there is no gain to the man who pay.*;; more. Cheap suits are too expensive tor any but the rich. Stm:-reaJy Baiinm Siiil�. S�l� anJ Morning Cojt hivIm, l:l (in* Er.g'.ljli worXrdi and IwnJs. at $13 aiij S20. Semi-rcaily Frock StiitA. of fine Clirviot anJ ViCLitiEi cluttiit. slil-racri anJ all sill-!inrJ. at $25. $30 a�J $.'{5. T!i! Signet of Surely. emi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, Where to get it: UEXH BRIDGE horsa will not-thrive unless his bowels are in good sluipe, and an exclusive oat ration cannot be relied upon todo this. Many farmers swear by oats and never toed anything else, but it may be because they have never given the feeding of a little bran in the ration a trial'. Stocked legs, scaring coats of hair and harsh hand- for disposing of the milU or. cream. Adopt a special brand and see that | it appears on every package sotd. -If ' the qml ty is right a market wi^' he Xound. Let nic mail you free to prove' merit, samples of my Dr. Shoop:s "........"....."--------- t ���t��-ative. and my book on either ling are generally overcome by feed-[ Dyspepsia, The Heart or the kidneys ' Address nic. Dr. Shoop, llacine. Wis. iStock Saddles Fi�rm Harness, Conc-onl Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We nan XHarJMitee you comijlete satisfaction, itiilriilfe Saiery Co. (Successors to Horner J-. Hutchinson) ing bran as a part of the grain ration. The amount of grain that is ted should be varied with the amount of work that is being done by the horses, and sonic will require more than others; for that reason each in Troubles of the Stoiiiach, Heart or Kidneys are mere syiniAoms of a deeper oilment. Don't make the common error of treating symptoms only. S.vnti>toih trcattiicnt is treat dividual may have to be fed difterent-! ing the IlESIILT of your ailment, �� We believe in SOUTHERN ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. We have some special selfcted tracts of very fine land IN THE DISTRICT ly. It is advisa1>le, howcvee, not to feud' over twenty-fpur iwunds of grain per day: if this will not aufUce look to other sources for a remedy. In addition to the grain ration, good timoth.v, broinus inermis or prairie hay of good quality should be fed ill moderate amounts, but it is not advisable to give them all they v ill and iiotTHK CAU^iO. Weak Stomach nerves-the inside nerves-means Stoimfch weakness, always. And the heart, and kidneys as well, have their controlling or insi^ks nerves. Weaken these nerves, and you inevitably have weak vital organs. Here is where Dr. Shoop's Itcstora-tivo has made its fomc. No other cat. Work horses too commonly over remedy ever claims to treat the "m-load their stomachs during the e\w'side nerves." Also for bloating, bil-ing meal in particular. j iousncss, bad br^nvth or complexion, To avoid sore shoulders see that \ use Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Write i the fm\ Blittflion FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. * Of.------------------ GOOD ACCOMMODA flON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC J tJCCeUENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY IlETHBRIDGE - al^ERTAJ also iome bargains near Stirling and Warner. Write to our General Office for information. ROYAL V HOTEL- TABER, ALTA. 1 rvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors $1.50 and $2.0Q pM> Diy FUEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION SmiOTOTCiOTom the collars fit your horses properly and each horse should have his own j collar. The collar should fit the neck ; am and shoulders closely. If a horse is very fat in the early spring, his collar may not fit him in the summer when he 'becomes reduced in flesh and iti may be necessary to get a now collar if it cannot bo properly adjusted The collar siiould he kept scrupulously clean, because if any of the residue of perspiration is allowed to accumulate on the collar an irrHation will be the result. Watch the hame strapis. See that they draw the hames tight up against the collar. It is a .very common and barbarous j practice to let the hanwB spmd to the outer edge of the. collar, so that the pressure is wrongly applied. The hames should also be adjusted so'that the draft on the shoulder should con>e at the right place. If the draft is too low, - it will cause soreness at both the points of the shoulder and the top of the neck. By all moans avoid usin(( oads under the collars in order to get them to fit properly', as they soften the shoulders instead of hardening them. During the first few weeks after the horses ha\� begun spring w^rk their shoulders should lie washed clean every night with a saturated solution of salt and water, which will tend to toughen them. In ease sores are not avoided; apply a small anaount of the following dailjf, two ounces of ft)r my free lK>ok now Dr. Shoop's Restorative sold by .1. D. Higinhoth-Co. M. C. nNOWLES, General Agent \ LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A.  STOMACH 'niOi;Dl.KS. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly rospccteil resident of Faisonia, Miss., was Sick with stonvach troublo for more than six inontlis. Chamberlain's Stomach and L.ivnr Tablets cured her. She .says: , "1 can now cat anything 1 want and am the proudest woman in the world to And such a good inedicinc." For sale by .\ll Druggists. Samples Free. J. T. Moore, M.F.F., has lieen invited to s|>eak before the Canadian Cluh at Calgary. There arc now .'>0 telephones in use at Cardston. Five new ones were installed this week. . EeibDrMjge Iron (OorKs go>> Lid. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sa^hweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Piles are quick and certain i-olicf from , Dr/ Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone for Pile*, and its action is positive and Mrtahi. Itching, painful, protruding or. Mind piles disapiiear like magic by its use. Ii�rgft nickle-capped glass Jars-SO cents. Sold by-.l. I>. Higinr ImthaM � COi Valv�ft Pipe Bftr Iron Babbit Metal BOILBR REIPAIRS OF ALL- KIN COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REgUlRlD STnAYEIl on SToiESf. Herald Ads. Bring Results. One somd mare, bald faced, with tincture of iodrneto'one pint of tin-i seven months old colt, same color, cturc of witch-hazel. This mixture i Colt has three white feet, Maits is proves very helpful in healing these, branded 7RT on loft hi|j. Colt will T liave some extra stock in tlie Buff Orpington and Barred Rock Varieties a-hich must Im sold at once, in-ohuling liens and pullets, vhI iks S2 each. If in need of any of iihove, we would be pleuseii to hear from jron at an early date. Aildress Old Chief Poultry Yards. Letlibridge Box 107 NOTICEr sores. I know of no other practice that pays so well as. to groom the workers every eveninf afteritheir day's work. It is 1.v to (he llonnl of l!iiilna.\' (,'oiiiiiii,s.sioii('i'.s for ("aii-ada, after the ini'l ion of four weeks I'rorii tlu' dale of llie fli'Ht piilh licaiidii of lliis iio(iec, or so .soon t tiiTCiifliM' ii.s (he apiilieation can he hcntd, for anllioril.v li) coii.s-(rnct. in.iitUiiiii MMil o|)i'rate tl branch of thi' Ciinadiaii I'aiifio Itailvvay commencing al points on its Crows Nest Uraiich III .Sei'lioM 111, 'I'own.shili 7, Itaiipe ill, West ILh. meridian, in the Pro\iiR-c of Allierta, and running from thence in a aouth-westerly dir- ection to a point on said Section; the location of-which said proposed� branch is more-papticularl.v shown oil a niap or plan, profile and book of. reruPeiice, deposited' in 'tiio Cnlgar>^ l,aiul Titles Onice on the 8th day of April, A.l)., 1007, as No "Hy,B8"; notice of which depos'it is also herp-h.v .given pursuant toal.O(l this 21th Day of April, A. I>; llS ''"�4 ..-4 m I'M FOn SAI.K. Vor Sale-A cori-espomlcnce cuur^^% in good school. Owner unable ^tO,) g.) on with it M>|di ioVox 0,Meri\., laid ofllce. ' , , v'}& ;