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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT AY. MAY 17, OF INTEREST TO Raising Your Own Turkeys ground stems, such (Juatt the brolwu-lilies carried all over .tji jfiju IwpleruBnti and t'.iut ijlsjwnevt AVer's much wider M a Lot to buy Their, at Them should all be taken into consideration when it 'CMKOS to selecting stdti. No remter and December are tha best niont'js to do tUir. I'oiuts to tie re- rubbered are: (1) To "so breeil- ers turkey hens over oao year pW; (i) to see that iha main is about. two years old; tl) to avoid closo Irrwd- ing. Laylnj and Incubation led area than the parent plants iy occupied. Iu Turkeys J betwwn ibe years 151 The turkey begins to Isy u-lien It is ten mouths of asv. The aest Is prepared cu the ground wilh straw or hay. Tna number of eess Is gen- about JO. It requires iS to hatch a turkey ess; and sexfn csss are cODEtderxnl a setting. Raising Poults in rMrins more depruds upon the can- elvtn iu the (irst throe or four vreelcs tbtm upon nnvthius Tiie number of poults raised under ordinary conditions is about 50 per cent, of those hatcbed oat, or about EOtea poults (or every turiey Uurins the first few days of their ex- the poults are very suscept- S and and to colJ. rain. dew or hot sun. Tosy liicsi into Kris- Ubould col siven food (or the first i .THEM A The Eraployinj" Printers' and Dooi binders' Association ot Winnipeg made practical move ttt regwj to Siring employiusiil to Ihe men vrho IStftr plants to'cuiiit. sni are returning and waiting for a chance to get back to th'etr olJ lines. The following advertisement, con- sn'U'uoualy in the papers, tells Its own story. In part It savs: the obligation which de- volves upon employers to reengage members ot their suds who left to so overseas The members o! the Employing Printers' and Book- binders' Association ot Winnipeg herewith announce that It 15 their policy and intenl to all re- turned "men previously on their pay- rolls at she time ot enlistment, who teg both troablewme and erpenilva j that they were introduce tu raise. It thsr onlf ta 1K4. The original two days, but water and a litlle fine In this, and In the last analysis It is greens, the whole heics cut tine and the fair position for the firms to take. and the heaviest o" layers. quality of Its Deih It Is the fccoepled view ot or oatmeal stirred in milk. After the: all otter breeds, and it matures irniillploeiits at tie traw Dial ill the turkeys of worW are d.e- gradually and onion tops, One of tie rcost important steps to- ire? or from lurkey-raisin; !s the ttie thwte typw'knOTni shorts. Varley or boUed oats are add selection ot breeding iieiicin and the th> ration. The' feed is' given as shape strong bone, early iuras It is thought that Uiev a mash mixed with whey or curdled iluritr and the color of the plumaga from American to Sptm n iil is not a nice thing to contemplate j that a man. because he put ori the unl- jform in tho greatest crisis ot ihe nat- ion, forfeited his position permanent- General Care ThoJniost critical lime in the turk- ey's Cre is when it "shoots or. in other vrords, when the car- uncles and fleshy part which surrouivd the lower part of the iead and throat, develop at the age of two month. This ly by doing. The man who" Is coming back from the front, and who is physically able to-do so. Wants to go to work. lie wants to earn his_own living again aud pay his own way, and he Is not par tic'ularly desirous of being made the target for charity or sympathy. He has the knowledge that he has done bis part and fione It well, and having doue it is right in feeling that he is t" uuue 'J o is a critical period whjcli entitled to a fair chance to get back two to three weeks. Care should be I to where he was Iri pre-war days. taken to see that the birds arc kept There are tradesmen who may no warm during this time, 'ibe able to "come back" immediately Turkeys do not renuire elaborate i The thoughtful employer will take Ihi Whkh blade is ijoiirs? housing. Indeed, wh'en the period of tile red" is over, they pre-. Ter to sleep in the open. Roosis should be put np for them in the yard under trees or In protected corners. Turkeys always, get as hjg'n as they can IT. roost. They require plenty o! air and space. A shed clewed In sides is sufficient in summer, and in_ wint- er'in-ordinary hfn house is quite suit- able. Fattening Fat-'.ening turtejs U a simple and I prolitable cperatioa. wh'ch takes about six weeks after'they.hdve attained the OUR I10Y3 have made the world a salcr and a beller pltce'lo live. It's up to us to make this town a Letter, moro beau- tiful, more modern and taler placo to dwell aud the blese- lugi uud proAperlly ot pface. fl 1 New homes, new Normal 11 V II ft proiress was stifled because of the necessary II IB II embargo' the 'jovemment placed upon build- lue materials durln the. .war. 1'rogrosi Is open' to ui now. Tote'lull Dulld new, bright, cheer- ful, comtortible homes, modern, up-tcxlala and oflice uuHu- P. LUND SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND LUMBER BUILDERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Head Office and Distributing 3rd Avenuo am 17th Street. Branch Yards at Maclcod. Coaldnie. Chii and Harwell. At thest points MO handle Fencing Material Hardware oud Farm Implements. _ CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC, Boxvl89 or Phone 516 LETHBRIDGE into consideraliotf, "as the Winnlpei Association f3 prepared to do. ;lt I surely nothiiig1 to'the discredit p[ mechanic if after three years or mor of absence from his trade, he'slioul not bs as cuiiriin'g -at it as wheu h left to join the army. Toleration !atituge with returned the wa> for manj a'chap getting hat.k lo his business swing. The homes otve hiiri'tliis much and -mora, and right now is a good time to be- gin to'discharge the obligation Brantford EiposiCtfr. __ You shave with the first you AutoStrop Safety Shaving the edfe U become and the blade -dull. Stropping re-alipis the edge end brings the blade back to its keenness. That's why the AutoStrop Razor bin such a large sale. Because men realize that no razor can do good witboot constant liroppirrg. to give Ih era a ration composed of [grain or inash. Oats, .tjarley and corn- i ir.eal may.be 'extensirely in the I composition of this ration. Cooied [maEhed potatoes, raised with milt. >iil j help to produce a white may also be fattened -with good grain i distributed twice a day, morning and Stroppiof shanrinf cleamocare dene without fenxnnnj the blade from the razor. Drop in at the nearest dealer's and ask to see the AutoStrop Razor. There is no obligation to buy'; and no obligation to keep an AutoStrop iRaxor 'if ft doesn't, please you: Kyoywbere razor, strop and 12 blades, complete, Atrrormor SAHTT co LIMITED AutoStzop DuDdlBC. Tannto, During the recent storm some'of the snow drifts in the town of Vulcaii were from eight to ten' evening, and with one meal "of inash twice a day and grain at'noin. A little fine gravel should always be raised with the mash.' Towards the end of the fattening perftd it is a good plan to add grease" or scraps of cook- ed meat to the ration. .-Write to the Publications Branch, Agriculture, Ottawa. [cj Ucs wrapped in ffn "foil, for the following: The of billon Circular 30. EBgiish aid French; Biological. laboratory System- of Raising 19. age of sis or EeverijiuonthE. Firat of i'ail, their run should soj lhat they may set used, gradually, to j IRISH 'DELEGATES liTing in a small yar3 or house. Dur-j ,WILL GO TO PARIS jng the first monta It.'will be sufficient PARIS, May delegation representing Irish societies in the VJn- reached Paris from Eng- land last evening. So far as can he learned, tbe.delegalion had no definite appointment to see Premier Lloyd George. The members .of the paity made no statemeot "concerning their plans. "Player's Nary Cut" _ t- These Razors Are Sold by R. A. WRIGHT Jewelry Store ISM BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE OUCH! CORNS! jtn bM a PILES Con Ihay joa era poar all the Patent down your throat that money can bay; yon can BH all tin or pile CBTM to yaur Yet ytra will KKVEK be rid of such conditions nntfl YOUR PILES ABB K1LLBD. (The proof of.al! tbJi it tost nothing you have ever done hat given you permanent re- KOW WILL HEED TEH RAT2KENT? WE KILL AND NATURE RE. titty UM ft lh.t hln-Jie with eLECTRIOAL Cent No Ch'croforni." f or eonrincirtrt trt bccesiory for D6WKD HESUI-TS. K sou corns, L. H.' MENTION THI3 PAPER. _ __ __ i-4 ,j-, f, MP.H 1 DRS. AXTELL i n 503 Kcflreeyy Block, 261% Po rtaijc v HOW WEEDS ARE SPREAD' 1- O In his .stniggle against weeds, d fa'nner Is'more likfcly to be success1 ful in" his efforts if IJR understands clearly how weeds gain an entrance on j to (he farm tn the and how those already th'cre fromi one part to another. Weeds may gain nlrance lo the farrn or be "dispersed ver a wider area in one'of the fol- owing ways: (1) By impurities in the. seed sown, ilost'pamples of asritniUural seeds ;ontain weed aueds (n greater oriles3 amount, which are aown with the iise- "ul and ihuaMhe luite unknown to the .farmer, gain an entrance en to: his Ojinrt.VThe1 seed iown should ba ft-etds of all condition of v.-hich'U seldom realized. ageiicy of ma- chines. maoljfnc should DC thoroughly cleaned'before H is al- owed ID begin operations on the farm, (Si In stable manure, arid feeding "Hay ami feedings etufla often contain Weed ;teedfl; some of which aro HaHls' to find their way fnto the manurt heap and eventually on to the land. Homo seeds 4an pass through Hie budies of anlmaU arid afterwards (4p Ily tlic action of the wind, Jilany sucTi as those of dandc lion and'thistle, are fiirnishod with a tuft of hairs which enables lo float' In tho die'for .fang-tfaLettcei iii ieeda even ihe whole he hlowh ovcrl the frozen LIFT rriOW full of enjjjymtnt ij Kirch alter wad wild fiowtra.wiltj boccy.-wiW Some of Ktlccn may have hid a fexgnr that day at kaat tbsy were all boj-a and tltlt." then they were prouder than ever Doesn't a bit to lk any corn right off with fingers nry of animate, "Thi :irt3 of plants Whicl a? in the case o arn provided ivilTi .of vrtilch 'they ii'tithed io thc.wbo) of sneep iiie c-f workers on the farm in fills vvay may bfc rarrlcd (vhfjTfi formerly ihcy- did jiof Hy In symc pltinift, trctping nnrlor- Drop a litltc Freezcrie'on an ftdhlng corn, instantly lhat com alops hiii-t- Ing. tiitn you lift il.YfgU out. It doesn't pKln one hit, Why wait? Your, drugglflt aclla tiny bolUe of Froeiotie. for a few ccnU, sufficient (n rid your.feet of hard corn; 'soft? corn, "or corn between the (OPS. andicallunesj'.TrUli- out porcnftss or KrcflzVm< in Ihe rnurli lalhed discoyur; of a Cinttnnati WrfEN Johnnie started .to'boast about his wonderful liicytle it stirred up HarrV's dander. "Think you got the only swell bike in Town! said Harry. "Just wish 1 "__ I had my, wheel here to show you a thing or two. J. "Aw, say, what yeh giyin'. us! Mine's a Hsa beauty 1 tell yeh." "Mine sparkles like a trout cominr; out of the wa'tdr. Listen! Did you ever see a Well, that's just how smooth and easy my bike goes! Just you remind Dad that he has a live, 'growing boy who needs all the right kind of outdoor exercise he can get. More than likely he rode a C.C.M. him-. "Aw! Come off! can go like that, I can stop when 1 want to; I can ride .down a steep hill and never worry about her running away with me. I got a real "You're not the only one! Mine has a Hcrcules.Coaster Brake, called after the strong guy. Press 'slows down nice and quiet. If you want to slop press a little more and ehe'lly stop without shooting you over, the handle bars. Some "Say! What make is your "C.C.M. What else would it "Wha-a-a-t! C.C.M.! Why, mineV a C.C.M. self, lie will know, what sturdy, husky, easy riding wheels they cheap- est because brat made. Gey him to see) (lie nearest C.C.M. dealer right away. Rsd Bird Clnefond Perfect ColumbUs Laik Ittl. Nime ifa'M ifcfsc wtll lir.es ut mcmlxr) pf Ihe "C.C.M." ItmKf. of the Parii of Earn .C.C.M.1 Blffcle fn to Canada and'Each'Machine h Fulttf Cafiada Cycle and Motor Co., Limited WESTON, pit. Wtaolw ''t" 110 FIFTH STREET, SOUTH, LETHBR1DGE niCYCLK SUPPLIES HIGH CLASS REPAIRING. Local Agency for (or BraniMil''Red Bird" Bicycles ;