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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19H s essentially tho Tea lor'all classes of people. Its sale proves its We Carry all the Newest Finishes mil you will find tiiat our dnsigns liave liewi selected-with an to service as as beauty. We invite you to inspect our stock of Fumed Oak You will find that our prices ure very reasonable indeed HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. Opposite Court'Housc. 4th Avenue South. (By W. T; MACOUN, Dominion Horticulturist) As conditions-in some of the coun- tries which supply Canada with vegfr- e not likely to be fiiv- quality 6end this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The' cook book (or use-in Western Canada. Write name and. address plclnly. and planted when scvi-re frosts are CABIN SAYS THE TEUTONS CAME ON IN MASSES AND THE SLAUGHTER WA8 TERRIBLE (By Harold Ashton) On Belgian Frontier, October 1 met today a atranyar. a battered fig- ure of a man, tho first newspaper- man, so' far as 1 am aware, to be wounded In the war. lie was Donald C. Thompson, one of the camera men of tUu New York Herald, Ho has been in 26 -battles with tho' Gernwns. and was In .Dixmudo the other day with half-a-dozen German officers, 'when the British, shelled it for thu twentieth lime. A shell smashed into an already ruinati house, in which they tak- ing shelter, exploding close by .him, wounding 'him- in tho tore part of his iioso away, and stripped part of his coat from his buck. pil felt as though I hud been struck by a said; "and I was MIDI! ItV tlHUU II IIJJ UIIU CilLll l'iiiui will he-IP item. WK. part of aS the seed pods have become brcmn t-lic.of war- has ,lceu stalks should be cut and hung "P. bombarded and .bombarded, burned ami threshed when dry ami the seed on, nnd re.burned until there is very kept 'until needed. o[ (he ]eft ]t is a glvistly, are treated much the same as fab-. ruin. FRIDAY--SATURDAY ITcu1 Stool np foi the YTintei at thu, Special Sale; Everything- to go! "Within the going to bin a Pill Suit 01 Chen oit tint -j LCI knn li-j not it think A ou to know -n In it to do if Tlu i that oui stock complete, but puce' aie rut fltnwi Men's Suits Men's Boots FINE ENGLISH TWEED, ner- fectlv made Reg CC EO ?12 50 Special W ANOTHER LINE OF FANCY grey and .forown, value ffQ Eft }l.-iaO Special MEN'3'BLACK BEAVER CLOTH OVERCOATS irith JJarmot collars, quilted lining will splendid rear Res price IIS 50 50 On sale OVERCOAT Sale Price 515.50 OVERCOAT: Sale Price 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S EVERYDAY value QK cut down to value .cut doivri to BOYS' BOOTS, BOYS' SWEAT- ERS, BOYS' UNDERWEAR at.prices to please you. WOMEN'S FELT regular Toe value tor..... MEN'S FELT SLIPPER Regular Sl.OO value Per pair MEN'S WINTER fur land. Special (SE price, each iSfefv 45c Remember we are quoting Old Cut so .do your buying at M. GOODMAN 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, NEXT TO ROYAL BANK 11 10 a jui.jjiu LI. .ju i t jr ijnrnllT oi vegetables which have only an j-nual growth, such as beans, corn; j 'peas, peppers, "p melons, s.-juash, pumpkins, 'tuce, etc. AH that is. imcessary is to j clean the seed as soon as possible af- ter the vegetables ore ripe, dry it rapidly and" then keep it dry until it neixled for sowing. Raising seed 'of biennials .such as beets, carrots, parsnipsj' onions, cabbage, cauliflow- ers and-celery is a. little more diffi- cult, but it is these" which are im- ported .mainly- from other countries and it is ijoped th f of per on raisin; ;ecd oi them.. To raise seed of beets, carrots, and pal iip1- to'1 meIIM ized Inpelj i jen d. a, clc L u time, of! to within about two' inches o'f the' "end of the specimen, .Elms leaving. centre shcot O ti na back clo c to the root will remote this centre hoot which is not de mbli -Store the root m a cool, fairlvXdrv cellar, or they may {be pitied out ale but it tin j done j care houl f not t? cover them with much soil until roally cool weather sets in -so as. .to.--avoid dan- ger of Early in the spring plant the Toots out in good, di med LI! pi rtmg the coot about two feet apart in rows three feet apart. When, planting it is desirable to have the -top of the beets, carrots or parsnips slightly below the sur- face of the-, ground.. Cultivate .the. ground -regularly and the reward is likely to be a line crop oi seed. The stalks are cut when the seed is hecin- aing to ripen and allowed to dry thoroughly after which the seed ma? be threshed out put away in a dry place until it io needed in spring lo sn.d plants the best heads should be selected and ;4ho whole plant.-dug. Half "formed heads or e en fie stumps alter the, head has been removed will produce: seed, until-is recommended to use with tmod heads. LJU the nmtnr ire pmias snould! 11- Kepi in js root a place as possible without tree inn and it can not lie prevented they he kepi where they v.iH.tliay." The best plan is to store-'-thfem out- side. A trench is opened.where wa- ter will not lie, wide enough for t-hre; or lour si Ic are set- in a slightly -sloping when the tops become heavy flowers and seed. When the (talk seed show near the ground PROVE. U-NFIT Captain Oliver Hezze'wood. lately; returned-.irorn England, spoke Jon-., the of the Tvar, in, .Toronto. -It.-was the snrvival of the fittest, he and he urged' the to siart immediately to ffr-velep .those sun-ival Qualities b> training corns. It had iieenLssid ithat only 22 per included, in the first Canadian torce. While the British bora, he said had been accepted in preference to Caasdjiws on acc6unt ot their previous mihtirr training jet lie bad it on good, authority that a the liabit of cfgareite smoking frreat many iftor" Canadianj ivouid hate gone hadftftey been phjsicalK fit TJhfa unfltness he had been., given, id" jjniJerstari'd, was due to position with the roots down. The tops are then covered with straw at fust or a tmenm; (ji earll) 10 keep out Sight'frosts, and-Tat ei: cc- with sufiicinnt soil to prevcnl ireezin.. It is important nat to pul the soil" on until' it, is riecfcssa'r'v to prevent fro'it ss there it. dagger o! the cabbage1 Iteating. Cabbage can he stored m itiy- cool cellar it is not dn In th line the c'abbages are- taken oil NO WORRY or dissatisfac- tion over the meals as far as The Meat Question is Concerned If you let us serve you. If you haven't tested 'this wont you do so tomorrow If it's on the market we have it! MARKET JLTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 the seed ball_ two. inches oi the .stafb atUched, it being to go over the plan- tation several times "as t-Uey do not all ripen at t. arc then spre d o U to dr) ir 1 when dried are .threshed and and jiut in a dn plffiUj iiyttii needed Tx i important to dry as rapidly as possible. li i rather difficnlt to in ihi countrj celen eed i in. quantitr the plant re left outside ict prttected from u t n it should be uffiucnth e vere.- In most places in Canada it will un; less they can be prelected sufficiently in the rows they are growing in tp ikecp out Irost. "Thisrinlay be done ith care but there i Clanger oi the plant he tmg in the print, unle ibme provision is made for ventih tion. This can he effected by nailing two boards together 'in-', the shape of a trough and then inverting this and putting it over the plants after they, have been well moulded up, support- ing and raising it e'riougli for air-to readily pass through. there is danger oi the plants -being injured by frost they- should up the-inverted troughUput in'place and then some straw put over. As soon as severe frosts come and-there is no danger-1of the pla'ntjK Cheating, more soil should be put on an'd'the plants' protected, sufficiently, .to Keep out frost. Towards the 'close oi winter the'ends should be opened to' let the air pass through. -Celery may be stored for seed .purposes in.lhe ceH- r, vut it is very -difficult, unless .litions arc- very good, .to prevent it from rotting before; tihe, plante can be set outside in the spring. When .severe frosts are over in the spring the plants arc -set out'about, a foot apart, in rows .three feet apart and the land kept cultivated. It will npi be-long1 stalks are thrown seed is gathered when about' ripe, dried and-cteaned and put a way, until needed. The methods which 'hove- been sug- j for obtaining home grown seed' may not in all cases-be such as arc! adopted by large commercial seed i growers, the object; now is rather to' tell how the .average householder can grow his own seed." i'ms, but the Britisli shell, which smashed -up his face has given him, as he quaintly remarked, "such a tion -that his brain is too dazed-for, him be able to his ideas. 'They are all jumbled he said, 'and though 1 am-a long 'way from the hot.stuff. I .have, been ip for so manx weeks now, the battles are.still goipg-'on In'my_head in a, sort .of a p'e.r> petiial nightmare.1 He is lull of '-pluck, and' is going: back to Hie German front if.lie can manage to get thete bv hook or crook (ter n week or tsvo of re t a leading citizen of Renfrew, is the entering wedge for bron chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia or consumption. is a mis- take to take alcoholic mixtures or drugged leave the system wealcer than before, SC0TTS EMULSION !B talten by thousands of miners because it relieresthecoldandbuildaup strenKthbyhclpingthct Don't Rkk SuTwtitutei. Depend en Scott'a Emulsion. PI MI. in Choice Meats Spring Chicken Fresh Dry Picked, p'er Ib. 17 l-2c iSc Leg, per Ib. 20c Front Quarter, per Ib. 12 l-2c Shoulder, per Ib. 12l-2c per Ib. I5c Loins, per Ib. 171-2c We have just received a shipment of Dill Pickles, Sweet Pickles andSaur Kraut IMS LIMITED PHONE 452 Mdiiie Madei' ,f nicer of more, tasty for, Sun- i; J day irhprnjng's' breakfast Sausage Meat, 2 IBs. 25c Pure Pw'k IB. 20c Porf ii J Beiei Sausage, 15c MARKET Phone 1055 VALUABLE INACCURACY Pat was a young recruit, wljp taking instruction in marksman-, ship, says the "Argonaut." The squad had finished firing. Pat was brought to task lor his poor shooting, and told that lie must do better at the next distance; there were to 'be seveu rounds of quick firing. "Now. the sergeant told him, "lire at target numlber .five." Pat banged away, and hit target nuntber four seven times in1 succession. target did you aim ask- ed the irate officer. "Number answered Pat "And you have hit number four time." <1Bedart, refdrted Pat, "that would be a grant! thing in war. Sure.- [.--might-aim at a private and hit-'a FIRE: AT SEA IN TREY O' HEARTH MONDAY STARLAND n UUP II I I II ;