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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PagcS THE Ll-VniDSIDGE DAILY IIKUALT) Saturday, November 1013 KING WAS ON WRECKED TRAIN PAZELMESE RUSSIAN Osrrar.uy. Xov. A train t-ouvevbg the King of Sasony, wss wrecked toiav by the (loralliiX'nt of rear a short jmacce city. S AND MIXED FARMING O------ Anxious to Better Conditions in the Meeting LIs pleasure at so laMli Inter- e.-t taken by the members. Live Stock Ccmnilsloner. DANGER OF DYING OUT Xov. Russian Basly Is In Imminent danger of dylns out. and the present las Is likely to be the last of the Ro- Mr. S'.eve'is vis glad to see tte wanorfi to occupy Hie Jmyer 111 i tirico.-s In lUli district fm'-arklos-uu l throne, according to a writer In "Free As'sweet and PURE, 'As mountain fesrav'.' it comes to yea. XOT. la the i-ilvid taralns program, for wlwrojKussSn." li aewsuaper appearlas firming prevails, there ir'lll says: .-avs be feucJ tba srestest turiit. "The young Alexis, tha Emperor's al prosperity. Grain grow-j only 60a, is suffering from an incur- o falliaMo of the ai'd all the Haw. for f rosre.'ii back oa. while the taan 011 ibc inlscj'bones, .it Is. sald-and can only tis the bflteroem of lUctr coadi-j farm is aUays prepared esslust such'iept alive a few moutbs longer. Tie They have .already broxijit iMstrlct iro oat Orel and i e_s iu have nothing 10 tloas. fame to ,tbe district from their ability to raise prize wheat, and taey are tlae, and has something to sell at j Emperor himself has liwoine the vie every season of the year. Mr. Stev-jtim of tils .ot melancholy. Ills Con- ns emphasized the (rreat valiie of or- 1 sort, the unfortunate Empress, Is still animation. Uy this means have tliol eufferlng acutely from a. complete their efforts to thai iruils aatt combines ciltacted undue j nervous breakdown. Tbe question pro at fro as the It is in-1 arises, therefore, tvho be tho tho producer to reiortilieir II., or xcill ho be tho :o like methods In order to protect {last of tho'autocrats of Russia Tho llcself. Orsanlialtoa ElEOnjst tbe.i da'ughttvs ot -N'loho'.as cannot csce.id fntruers not only helps rjiru to produce the throne, because Paul I., who hat- ed his ausuit mother, Catherine the Great, .made a law wherehy It le- ron SAI.E sv Tte IL X. Cff _; LETK3RIDCE i Cnx Kor brccdlnr of the best la That is" why they fciEed the Hazel- Live Stock Assccialloa. .which Is composed chiefly o! men who wer, fmnwrly s'rsin raUers exclusively. And that is also why they had W. F. Staeni. provincial livcslc-ck cocamts- signer, aud P. 51. Abel, Instructor In livestock ot the provincial school at Clarcsfcoln, address thoir sneet this v.-eeli. They waul the best inter nation on the subject whidi is most importance to them, and' the) know where to so for it. for there are no two men la the province .tetter able to give good timely, practica suggestions. "A. R. Mcc'iiiitea. chairman of thi meetinr, prophesied a great future for the ndodaticn, cipressc" I North South East West It has come to be a common expres- among careful housewives s Household FBlpur is '.'the 'secret'tribetter baking" more cteaply, but It enables "For GEQ. KERR STEfi P: H ave AS THE- MOST MOD-. ERW IN THE PROVINCE; you ever tried our Mik d Cream It's a "to'st-tb find out where you can got the highest quality Milk and tho service. ASK THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ABOUT US. to to better advantage. It Is one" of the greatest boons thatmlxed ling couM possibly have, If faim- would only tafce advantage of it. a large number of people are found to he working together, there is tha greatest efflcicn.-y, so long as harmony prevails, [n organ- izing into livestock asEociailor-s, farmers can purchcso to better le. and can uc sure that the Elock which they is just as it ii represented. Advocates Shtep. Mr. Stevens IE fcnorca all over the province as a hog specialist, but he is also a great advocate of tha keep- in s of sheep on the mixed" farm. Ac- cording to his statements tore, there are about COO noxious, weeds which j aiiaoy arid worry the farmer la tht vest- Of this number, sheep have been found to eat end relish about 5CP. This fact alone is an argument (or the keeping ot sheep oa ths inixcd tarn which cannot bs refuted. Aside froa their value as weed destroyers they are great soil pacbes and assist materially la prevent ins the drifting-ot the soil by rinds, which sHuM' he 'another strong argument, especially as 'Hazlemere is so close ?Then the sheep is a! yc-kr-Tdund producer, la the spring j life lamb; are born, in the summer} the wool is clips2d, In the fall the i mitton :-is sold, aad in the winter] the spring lambs are teady for rnar- 1 aeL Stevens touched on the mat- i ter of feeds, and mentioned .brome I gross and western -rye as tsro of. tha most prprlfAbie pasture crops. Dairy Cattle. ''Mr. Atel gave TCTJ- sGasort- I rtnarts oa ibe feeding of rtairy -cows. He the scientific scd -practical side of the tiuestiqn j i thoroushly) aad bis talk will resuU in increased efficiency, cmone the farmers of this district in the" feeding i of their dairy herds. He advocated the growing of ortts and the 1 i.TOTiiling of sufficient winter, feed in JL balanced ration wilh tho required of each of the constituents J..'iiteded for the-production of and [for the :maintenance, of the animal body- while' the cow U doing this j work. He seemed lo favcr alfalfa; h'ay as" roughage, advocating was should bo cut, and raised with what-1 eVer -was provided to a-'ld succulency, The grain should also bo fed chopped, to gain the best results. Tuberculosis in cows was also dis- cussed by Mr. Abel, and he strongly recommended tbat_ajl .cows be sub- jected to the Tuberculin test, so af- fected animals could be eliminated from the herd. His talk occasioned! much interest, and rise to many uestlons, all of whicli were satlsfac- orily answered. Eight new members were to JB roll, and the next meeting was xed for December 2nd. when Mr. Itevens will again address the aalh- rlng on "lior; Breeding, FiSdlng and] iarteting." He will be accompanied ly his assistant, MfJ Worlhington, ind-ori the 3rd a hog-billing, demon- tratipn will be given on the farm of V. Turner at'Hazclir.ere Tllla. care a Impossible lor. a woman tc reign in Ttitrercne. iu oasd ot tho demise of Nicholas II.. the throne Bhoutd fall to bis brothfi Michael. Uul this Is hardly possibly. he has renounced, all his and has married luorganatlcally a HussSan laily with he lives very happily far from court Intrigues." The writer djscussed tho Urand Dukes, bat finds lusuperabla objec- tions to all ot them. THE FEAST OF LANTERNS The feast of lanteras is a Clilr.f-se festival whtch foils on tho fitteenlu of tho Chinese year. -Walking by Ihe sldo of a beautiful lake one night, the daughter of a m darin fell into tho water and was drowned. When fho aad tidings- reached the maiden's father he rushct! attended by all bis household, to the spot. "Each person carried ft lantcru to aid In the f earch, and so the The best 'meal will be spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality, Coffee will save even a poor from being a failure.- meal CHASE, SANBORN Montreal. 141 of the lake were flooded wUU light. On each succeeding anniversary of his loss the" mandarin caused fires to bn lighted boslde the lahe and invited all bis frlcrids aJid neighbors to join hhu In offering up prayers for the safety of his daughter's soul In, the beyond. In course of time tho solemn nature of the gathering was forgotten and iho day was eel aside aa a nalloaiL holiday. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER nine Ribbon, lha nape siznidc-i all tha! U test Always ask Jllue Ribbon liaiiiug Powder, Tea, Splcos, Jelly Pou'dere and Tliey will give perlec'l satisfacllua. Mrs.'Susan Woodruff, of St. Calh- avlnes, is der.'i from a fracllired eliull In a runaway accident in Muskoka. STEAD K. GAMBLE'. Agent of the StrnchiTa Iron who charged wit lilting ccid on a rope, cndanjjcrln human lives. At the trial nl Whllb Ocl., he fpur.il not guilty. FOR ALBERTA BY THE Bell Piano Organ Co. OF GUELPH, ONTARIO Grand Prizes Aggregating Over Given Away Absolutely FREE Bell Cabinet Organ FOURTH GRAND PRIZE, Official Credit Vouch- er, Value 1 (Gooii to apply on any New Bell Piano) FIFTH GRAND PRIZE, Violin, with Bow and Value SIXTH G_RAND PRIZE, Gent's Watch, Gold Filled FIRST GRAND PRIZE, New Art Bell Value SECOND GRAND PRIZE, Cabinet Phonola, Value THIRD. GRAND PRIZE, .Value A large number of official Credit Vouchers will alsoibeissued by the ORGAN CO. ranging in value from to which will be good to apply on the regular purchase price of any New Bell Piano THIS CONTEST IS INAUGURATED BY ;THE :'BELL ORGAN of the Famous Art" Bell. Piano) _ For the double purpose tf bringing" to notice a number of valuable patente'd Improve- ments that have recently been embodied In NEW ART BELL PIANOS. WHICH STAND TODAY IN THE HIGHEST RANK OF MERIT, and with the hope of assist- ing those who take part in this contest to own a piano, at this, the holiday season, and also to cooperate with our WESTERN REPRESEN- TATIVES In turning In a .large volume of business be- fore the opening of the new year. SOLVE THIS REBUS AND SEND YOUR REPLY AT ONCE You Try You Gan Surely Win One of These Grand Prizes Conditions: numerical order. Following Hit I'irsL person sending in tltc NEATEST AND MOST ARTISTIC solution, i-0.......-.-........--------------- Grand Prize, all others will he awarded in mimeriail order, without rcffird to ncnlncss, or iirii.sfic uppciirn.iicc, ns fol- lows: To Ciicji of the first ten who send correct replies, we will award credit vouchers for ?125, and flic Second Grand Prize will he awarded lo the next number following whoso, reply is correct. Hollowing Ihcso, to each of the. next len, whose replies nre correct, we .will award credit Vouchers for .Jllrj, iinti (lid third Grand Prize will Uo for the next cou- teslanl whose reply is cor reel. Knl lowing this, in lli'c'-sfimc order fifteen credit vouchers will he awarded for and tlic fourth Grand Prize Will be awarded lo the next number folipwins'in like order. li ed each for ten for Jen for etc., tnilil the un.iv, ...n m -it. HKMKMBEH neatness and arfisiic cffecls do not count except in tiic first Grand Prize, and DM te.- plies submitted arc lo become the properly of tlic UKUVVIANO AND QHGAN CO. No person will be ncnnillcd lo send more llinn one reply, and only one member of ii fiiiiuly.cnii cn.cr tlic coin- PC Credit .Vouchers Iinvc no dish surrender anii will he good lo apply on the regular mai'kcd price of nflw pianos only.-' Easy terms of payment on the balance can be arranged when desired. Aflcr fhc judges have completed Iheir wovk a tahulaled list of all names and addresses wjll be died willi the cast-, crn oilicc of the Hell Piano and Organ Co., and official credit vouchers will he mailed from Easlcrn Canada, direct lo various contcslnnls, and Ihe Grand Prizes may he delivered from any of our representatives located as follows THE MASTEHS PIANO CO., EDMONTON, ALTA: THE AL11ERTA PIANO CO., .CALGARY, ALTA. THE ALBEKTA PIANO CO., MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. The of Grand will be determined by n board of disinterested judges, whose decision will be final, and the winners' names will be announced in the daily papers. TRY FOR ONE OF THESE VALUABLE PRIZES, WHICH WILL BE GIVEN FREE. DO IT NOW. All repliei must reach not later than Nov. 25lh, Bo ture and address, Western Adverliting Manager BELL PIANO ORGAN CO. Largest Factories of Their Kind in the Whole British Empire, '423-425'JatperAve. _ EDMONTON, ALTA. ;