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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, N'OVI-.MBKU -I. lillfl K Costa Nothing To Try Gin Pills PAGE FIVB SAMPLE PREE 50c. a 6 boxes [or Pain Is a warning 7011 must not neglect. Don't say "Oh, it will so "I "Sain in a toy 'or two." A pain in tllo back, or In tlio rMea, means tlio liklnoys are out of order, demand- inj; Instant attention, or complica- tions will follow Rheumatism, Sciatica or kindred ills. Conotanfc Jieadachoa point to another need for Gin Pills, which have proved ot inestimable value in regulating tile oowcis as well as tho klduoys ami tho bladder. Thn enormous salo of Gin Pills proves that thousands upon thous- ands aro finding relief in the remedy that heals and soothes tho inflamed orfjaus, thus averting mi'.'Q serious ailments.- Original Testimonials can be seen Wr Invc published mail? hundred, of tettenclalj UlliaJ Hie relief effected Uy ain Pills ill 0! in the lliimliiiRO Rheumatism. Slono in tbo madder. Swulhit Joint, will Ankle.. BUOrdcts of Inc Bladder. Suppreulon and luwutaienra ot Urliu. Tbe orUSlijln ot tBB. WBUnioniij 3 can lie scon upon i-enllcul iU llifi uddreas udow. Oin Pills have helped olliers. Why net try them youuclIV Drur; Chemical Co. of Can.da. Limllca Torontu, Onl. TJ. S. luc., 202 Main St., N.Y. SHEEP AT THE EXPERIMENTAL STATION The raiiKC lambs for Ihn usual win-1 tor feeding have been purchased nt UK: lOxpori mental Slalimi, and in aih'ilion to Hiese Hie superintendent infonnu us that a sn.all hand of 100 ewes was; purchased at ihe C. It. "sheep sale last week. A "breeding up" experiment is to be conducted with I.HISO. !n Fail-fluid said: "The Rival advantages that will ,'H-rnie to the nyjraa'e farmer in. Sou- hern Alburta by having a small bam n n "For niiigo purpofcs wlm In lllinilK n! Illdll or mo stroilK infusion .Merin cut-lain mlvuiilagrs. luit where only a few an- Itept. a crot-H tliat will more nsadily approach tlie nuiLton lypo will doubtless In: more satisfactory- The Experiment "The station has purchased 50 or- JiHiti Ill-eland, [arm dinary Merino uC this ,iiat i> sheepmen in tli yearling ewes th( crossed with males. These 100 account of th hail in KRj- barley was 1 boiled." of us lys. (H imlUiulty. Kvery Hi will reeull thai in destruction wrought by it is; written that "the i (lie uiir and Hi" HHX I'Ma.v is Ki-nwn in Tana- ,-os JUK kept liy Ihn lartw district, also 50 j da tn some eal.fnt. bul not, statements of authorities, to lent -'.hat Ihe demand. lie price, Mr. Adams in his which can be hail im; by ap- The duett wheat land! and ranch lands In Southern Alberta. Elgh miles from olevatorc. In townihip 11, ranaes 18 and 19, watt of 4th Meridian. Buy dlroct from the: estate. No middlemen need apply. For prices and terms apply. j. D. Fuller TABER Or at the Cameron Ranch. Slrirlly Modern House At least lour bedrooms. Would rent by month or lease for year. Apply Phone 101S United Grain Producers, Ltd EMPRESS BUILDING GROUND FLOOR CIVILIAN DEAD OF ENGLAND ELEPHANTS -INCREASE I OWING TO THE WAR i the host returns from our "Coyotes and dogs are, of course, a menace, but they do nol constitute an unsurmountable barrier 10 the KUC- Icessfu! handling of a small band on "Jn Northern Alberta and Sas-ijo very considerable. It would seem katchcwan small bands uf sheep have vvise< therefore, to do r.nything suited CULTIVATION OF FLAX "The possibilities i'or fibre in Canada have been begun fo appear on some farms during London. Nov. Premier 'in a written reply to a fjUCsUon In tlic house of commons today, sakl: number of British civilians lulled, drowned and wound enemy follows "Killi-d or cliod of wounds or shock, drowinr.1. 3014; injured. ]fM." 140D farmers visited in Ontario were exercising no care to prevent waste of manure, twenty-two per cent. claimed to bo exercising really thor- Diijjh care of manure. Only one and lone half per cent, savins all the liquid manure, which contains more 'actual plant, food than the solid ex- Cape Town, Nov. to the enlistment ot" settlers -and hunters in: the British army, elephants have in-j tho creased in Rhodesia and appeared in districts where lung unknown. '.surface eultivatio wise be necessa (he past ff.w years, but. in Southern. Alberta they are very rare; indeed, and it is here that we certainly need j them. "Sheep on our dry land farms will be a great aid in keeping down weeds lruiiand volunteer grain on- (he .siinimer- i fallows, and will lessen the amount of that would other- thp'reto" at" tills' time, unusually icmnent. The annual loss amounts tn high prices will sorvo as an impetus millions of dollars and it can readily to its development and extension." j be seon thai our system of farmnn? is So writes the director of Dominion i not on a sound basis if this waste is Experimental Farms, while the Do-1 allowed to continue. Any larmor who minion Botanist speaks of "enhanced j knows ihesa facts, but takes no steps interest in an industry for which there; to prevent the waste, commits an m- certainly is a wide scope in suitable j justice against himself and his coun- locaiities In the Dominion of try, and is preparing to leave to suc- Numerous economics are claimed J wij, tne Hoil drifting Oil obtained from seeds of Urnxilmn ncw automobnc that can be run j wllicj, js becoming each year a more rubber trees has been found an electricity or a com-land mure serious problem on many of able substitute foi lish paint linseed oil by llri-1 by gasoline or Both these remarks were prompted by eeeding generations a heritage of the publication of Bulletin of Bulletin poverty. No 2S Second Series Experimental This less can be prevented in sev- Farm at Ottawa entkh'd, "Flax for] oral ways. Now. at the beginning of Fibre- its cultivation and the stabling season, prepare a supply Cleveland Audience of 2500 hears Marie Rappold'sVoice Re-created CLEVELAND PRESS? OCT. 12, 1916.-PAGE 14. By Wilton G. fihoney Soul Versus Mechanics _______ t that jlbls ia not sa. ad, a boost or a It la limply the state- ment ot honeEt' othsr iDBtauce of a man convinced against bis WllK I went to Grays armory Wed- nesday night pretty wall convinced tbat a machine was not the habi- tat or anal, that all mechanical contrivances! for the reproduction ot music wera at the b'eiit only an approximation, the soul of art could not be satisfactorily repro- duced, that personality and indi- viduality .wera. indJitawwM to humans., I came away thoroly pawuaded of my esror and am willing to ad- mit that thera are quite a number or ihtnf s concerning wfclcn 1 am In if you ao wlch to call It JHy only reilaemlnR quaP iiy Is my willingness to be con- vinced. I might add. too. that snch ,13 one ot ihe ol m critic.. Kappold and Edison Phonograph. Co-Start. What 1 write about at! bappcncfl t the concert by and truly emulated hj .the Edison one c -master achievement 3 erf ard of invention. I BOfW tho stajja of my accowpaoylne inatranaent, I isked the New York representa- Ftthoat ac- iox new HO pointed to ihft two ihoiMBraphs upon the.sttse.tnd "Walt." f tcdfttead In the srtille credu- lous and waited, la duo Urns Mme. ilftppold appeared, and. standing beoirte one of tfen phono- graphs, alternatod wifti it In ta- ot bor recorded a01ABntI, truly.' It" rasttor to distinguish tho .teal voice from the recorded Naturally, iho reproduction was raln.iatare. hut the quality. M character (ndividuaiity was there In a .reflwrkabla desres. If anything, tbo record waa clothed with a reflnor noltownwu. dno in all nmnabilitr to a ccrtall- racnt th brIUlancy. Wagner and Bac Bang unlsono by t star nnd the phonograph record, and when the lights "were towered __ they In some Instances 5 took an acute car to, tlneulsh between the original and ihe reincarnated. "violin selections a the record by Sp.ilding, with Mr. 3 Polk assisting with instrument in band, tho aian-cl of Eoulful reproduction was ap- parent.'. What caused, further amaze upon my part the rsnr tloQ of a piano eolo with such falthfulnesB of the cbaracteriitlcs of the initrumeat AS heretofore tion orcheatral effecta. Witard Edlaoa yet to en- compass the i- complexities of massed sound. And when ne does that, his invention will poulbly lose that inlticacy and refinement of it now possesses. As Acute Ear, Weeded! to Tell pts from Pflcclnf." Verdi. INFORMATION FOR FARMERS DE-j SIRING TO PURCHASE CATTLE j FOR FEEDING OR BREED- ING PURPOSES 1. Tin; live stocK brunch has a KtafT nf moil ;il. work in tlie western pro- vinces, whose duty it will lie (luring Novcmlior to encourage tlie by farmers 01 foeOing and breedinj? j cattle, with the view or preventing their slaughter or exportation. 2. Mr. D. M. Johnson, markets presftiitativc ol the branch at tlio i Union stock yards. St. Bon i Mani-j c-harge of this work. braiu-h- pays reasonable travelling oxpunues of farmers or; their rc-preaentativcs purchasing stock L- Lcntral yards. The Bankers' association of. As Western Canada, through their branch; ".._nks, will inipport and iiij movcmont. It is understood that; they will assist, in financing it. The branch bank managers can furnish full information regarding the policy. 5. Farmers, under special clrcum-l stances, desiring to personally consult: an ofiicer ot the branch respecting the purchase of cattle, should apply direct to Mr. Johnson. Arrangements for such an interview may'also be made through tlie local banker, who will probably :havo knowledge other iiirj duiries "from the ,.sume .-.district. and; be in an.excellent posi-. ,'tion" to nis.i community. K. Parties proposing to make their own purchases at the stock yards {should secure from their local banker I a form upon which application may I bo made for -the payment of their t facilities for secur- ug rciiublt) inionnation regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All uiarkets. Yru aro inviietl to make free line of this service. Ask for bids on your car lots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botlerell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. REEGOR, Mgr. Phone 1539. Res. Phono 1362. OPTIONS provide the cheap- est means of carrying your grain ovel winter. OREMIUMS no offering for special shipment on barley TPELEPHONE us for billing instructions. fN direct touch with European buyers through OUR own export depart- ment. NONE better equipped to qive you service, SECURE our bid before selling. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. tloyd, Man. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 travelling expenses. This when com Dieted, should be forwarded to Mr. Johnson. 7. Parties unable to visit the stock yards themselves but desiring to make a purchase should first secure from their local banker the list of. commission men prepared and ap- proved by tlio live stock exchange. Their order sliould then be sent direct to the firm which they select to handle it, or if preferred it may lie forwarded to Mr. Johnson who will "himself transfer it to the Hrm .indicated. The representative of the j branch at the yards will give every j assistance possible toward safeguard- j ing the interest of the purchaser but i will take no responsibility as regards j the purchase or quality of the stock, j S. For particulars regarding re-1 duced rates on return of carload lots j ot stock from the central yards, far-; mers should interview their local freight agent, referring to tariff nuin- ,crs C. P. R. No. W. 3703; 0. T. P. R. No. So; C. N. R. Supp. No. 33 to L. R. No. W. 1650. Hear This Test Come to our store to-day and hear Madame Marie Ruppold on the NEW EDTSON, as she sang at Gray's Armoury in Cleveland. You may hear her Mari.e, in one room and you in which she made a most wonderia, impression. in another room. You will find it difficult to believe it is not the real voice. We Are Licensed to Sell the New Ediion THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next totaling Hotel, Phone 1487. The Drag-Book Store e fn to hear this world-famous Metropolit Star and other famous Artists on the New tan BORDEN AND BOURASSA (From the Toronto "Botirassa is not now 'stumping' for Sir Robert Borden, and never London Free Press. For -ivhom. then, was be in the election of I'or whom was ho stumping on the invita- tion of Hon. Frank Cochrane. he en- tered Ontario and stumped Nipissing in that election? For whom was he stumping all over Quebec in 1911, he was fighting agninst every Laurier candidate in that province and supporting every candidate favor- able to Borden? It he not stump- ing for Borden throughout the last general election, why v.-as his cam- paign financed, in large part, by the backers of Borden? And. when the campaign was over and the Laurier government defeated, why did Sir Robert Borden call four of Bourassas elected supporters into his cabinet if Bourassa had not been stumping for Borden? STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our antire organization is at your service and with our exper- ience v.-e con safely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kJud of grain. phono M 1922 Calgary For Office 1S65 Lethbridgo j Quota- 1811 tlons. Our Agents who an In your district. J. A. GUMMING Lflthbrldge Managar mm GRAIN co, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flai, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLINO Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 i WANTED If you have potatoes for sale call on us before disposing of them. HighMt cash pricei paid.' Lethbridge Mercan- tile Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables Western Supply Warehouse Fourth Street South OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. G RAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone if you have grain to httntiic. We can assure you the best price the market wlll'stand and give you courteous, service and prompt N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING ;