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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta J'jiffe'14 TITE LF.tirRIUDGK DAILY HERALD oil Agriculture: man seldom proves fickle to hit .choice. Tailored Overcoats }.combine warmth and comfort without 'Sacrificing style. Tin hury'material ii j ''j tailored so that tho fin- jfjf iihed eont it never densomc yet it amplo protection ID tho tnoit severe weather. belongs to t ijttit, without qut's- tioitf itntil yuit ni'G cntirJy pleaaed. T. C. First Steel Will Likely be Laid to Bow River This Fall --Latest Story Tuesday.'November ON THE SOIL Unit- tin1 proper and iutel procedure should he 'tin- horse ihcy need mil j employing a stallion of a biTi'il dif lerent from ilit1 one they have .-heei: t mi. I have nothing say against the stallion just iiHmleil to. At turn of ..hisUiHiig ?olil to tho .tnjpany inslanoeii, there 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. Will OP BRANCH 10 If eom.imie.-i for a tew weeks steel will be laid, on tbe Suf- lield Hue; of the C. P. R. this to The Big Bow river, a distance of about 1 "S From .private sources iht1 Herald1--learned Jvesterday that .the first at eel on this line was laid oil Sat- urday of men. will be work until ttre Bow' f river is reached. The steel gang commenced work''at the Suffield end, and the line is all guided to Baruey, To which point the company promised lo have steel laid this season. A few days ayo there was some reprehension in this city over a re- em.matilig from to tho effect, tlm the C. "p. 'tt.'.'hiul commenc- ed the grade for a put-off from the fftiffield lhve io HIackfe on the Alder-' 1 i mi hi hive proven a blessing. 11 tu i fiJt un Ii liMiiU ihen would have been hreed- u t in licuiu p I'eiciieroii stallions, ui mi n i 1 uu1 iml umsuiuently there his blood A lilting start{ foulil been u.sed lo flu- best ad- i nn- in in i ui nil Hut those mm, wlm bin! i it u w H1- no I" "Miit? Civile 'stallions, sliouli! blood is to In1: liavt- united for the annual proviViou he V'tul work in'of a suit able (.'lyde stallion for the eouseijiience is use in their district and this course Trm breed. un-i .should be year alter year suitable in uther rt'spcfts, even off without a 1.1 it lt'' at appreciative in Thc-vS servicei fees based-upon the reputation The Place and I words Net per Minute 65th Armory, New York, November llth 12th 13th Miss Florence E. Wilson BRITISH COLUMBIA GOVERN- MENT IS PROSECUTING COM- MENDABLE MOVEMENT AMONG PEOPLE stallions ;md they board the homo! and' iiie groom {hiring the season fur! which tlie horse is hired. At ihe em oi the season the. stallion is returned I to t-iie. or a new contract niav't i be drawn up for another season's ser-j j vice of the same horse, or tor anoth-j: jf the same breed, irum the same This an tiuide privately. The Girl _ and "The Machine you will Eventually Buy" UNDERWOOD NEW RECORD-- BUT THE SAME UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Hull Block Lethbridge And Ail Canadian Cities stui. HIIS arrangement is either 'and 0[ the brceil hamlled. the ot S stalliou show, held roin-ement t-eiitt-r ami lo sliilahlc stal. lions are sent by their owners. Delegates irom -the (iiRereut brc ilien' make lih'ir lions and nfier premiuma, in tbe rtiunv; oiyiiefl by the members, adyer- tifcpe stock, aliracl buyers, hold sales, exhibits at the local and pro- vitifial fairs, hold for dis- cuKsion oi horse-breeding mailers and the shade of a tree as if it la stored some of the leaky sheds, .poorly drained sheds, -or combined machine sheds, and siiiili as were found during the investigation. "There is no question but that to properly house machinery is a great saying, as it not only adds a great deal to-the life.of the machine but it also adds to the general appearance of the farm. Jt was generally found -inuren'live service fees in- -i maneis ami 01 tne larm. u was generally found s pi K i "ma" c f lh"'. thnt tain tl-e use the sia ion >hU of icediiig enough, to properly house It, he was it i marketable hnrs- also interested enough in it to care G.F.STEPHENS 5-CO PAINT AND VARNISH Local Agents j n. P., Kov. is. Tlicl "HM'iistrLjIiniis and Ipcmri'K in eon-; uiih tin- fjiM nn'oiini: of llifi Wr.inan's Intitule uill take plncc on! Tliur-stiay ui.ri Uic 2Slh anil XciVI'llllllT. .Mrs. l'. T. Tiiwnlcy, oi Vancouver, "Miss Taylor, of New Io travel tliis ili.sirii-l. ilns! fjill. j Mrs. 1'nM'nlcy i.s a vroiniiii-nt olliccr oT the o[ tlie Kmpire mill' made i aitadian Instoiy ait.! vclopmcni ,1 spcnhd sinih. Her itlrcs fo the local insliutte nn I the [ulliiivini; lines 1. Jloiue IcachiiiK .nnil national spirit.-' u, and it stiinds for.! I'racliuiil I '1; Women as an emiiire builder. Miss Taylor, who is a prac.lieal dressmaker of many years' experience U'ill demon.strale on the following: 1. Tin1 proper use of patterns, 2. Modern dressmaking appliances I and sewing mac-liine nl lacliments. .'i. ('lilting otif and fitting. I. A.'leriiu; and inakinR-over. Tliese meetings are in connection with the Women's Inslilntc and all are jiarticnlarly lo make an c-ITort lo be ntl'sclil. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LAI) IKS A XI) Al Ilio of a biru'c niiiiihcr of nilr- I. IIM vt> dccid- i'd to n I low in y name lo ,-iiind for Aldcr- in.-iii. I rcspccl fully sol- icit your support iind infliiciK-i1 in'tliti j'o'rtli- cll'CliollS. 11' yon "sc'o lil.'. Io clcci mo 1 will use. my licsi Jtliilily in I ho in- of ih'is Yours respoc.l fully, A. OLSON [iits tlifir requirements. Ore it car taken in tlm .selection oi at; slmw.s, and us veterin.irians ;.ici cinployni to examine each i In soundness, gdod results h most ins lances expected ir.'i'ii tlio I slallion chosen, but tlie t E i success will liirgnly depend, o.' iipdii individual t.[ li'n piirticuhir horse chosen and :hc .'iiiui- ner in which his lint- of blood pens lo "nick" combine with lut of Hip mares of the district to he is taken. When hoiM'-biceding In this p: >v- iin-e shall be conducied in an int-Mlt- bren mid a .slallion i.s for tiM- upon tlif mares own- ed by ils niembrrs, Hide .should lie illiciilty experienced in hiring 'ices of a suitable slallion for gent iim! btisincss-like manner mid up- on cu-opcraiive lines, it will be pis- siiiic in successful spring lion a I; convenient, con'.MS die province so lliat the need nf ilie breeders may he fully iind satisfactorily supplied each year, and in lime home-bred will predominate at iliese shows and do away with tbe necessity of importing foreign si all ions. Mean while, where the shape of a premium and.a.hill booK of nut res, al- fair iinif icinuiifrattve nervier fees. In pursuiince lo tbe above remarks 1 desire to call altcution to the greali liOnefil (o iie derived from ilie forma- lion of local burse-breeding associa- tions in townships and distrie-ts Ibroiiffhoiii the provinee in iidvannnu lhc. progress of the 'industry. Such r.ssne.ialions can m-ver be started too earl} and 'they should be formed, ol .who, possess the same class CARE MACHINERY ON THE FARM The machinery and equipment re- quired on a modern farm represents a very considerable investment and it, is well to .insure .that the'life of these machines is normal length. It is well known tlmt the average farmer "does not give his machinery the care it deserves and evidences of tliis are on every hand in every agri- cultural section. An investigation was recently con- ducted at the Colorado Experiment Slat-Ion In regard to what influence housing ami other care of farm ma- chinery had upon its period of fulness, find some surprising facts were dnvfilonnd. mail agree that if tlie machinery is properly housed as soon as he is through with, it Jn the Held it is bc- given good care. The conclusions reached "'from these investigations, however, show (hat the housing of ma- chinery under any condition and not properly caring for it otherwise con- stitutes very popr.cnre. On this point the following conclus- ions aro presented In the Colorado station bulletin giving the resulls of Investigations upon this subject: To house machinery does not al- ways do as much good aa Is commonly supposed. To IIOUHO it, under any con- dition, ami not. properly care for it otherwise, constltutey very poor care. or breed of dorses, and will' "Machinery may bo jiial. as well themselves by any legitimate! cured for If it is allowed to stand Iu igh in it for it otherwise. "The investigation showed that the life of the farm machinery depended a great deal upon the owner. Indi- vidual farmers were found who took very good care of their machinery and left it in the weather when not in use. A great deal of housed ma- chinery was found which had done no more work and was no better nor older than some which had not heen housed but which had been well cared for otherwise. "Cultivators, shovels, plowshares, and attachments, which have been re- moved and greased, should be placed where there is no chance for them to get damp. It is a good plan' to place them in a gunny sack and sus- pend them from the rafters of the shed or barn." Regarding the proper care of farm machinery these investigations empha- size the importance of-its being well selected at the start, kept in good repair and adjustment, oiled thor- oughly, cleaned before housing, and having all wearing parts well greased when not in use, and painted .when necessary, as well as that it bo prop- erly housed. _.. Denatured alcohol: is ihe fuel used to heat a specially car, manufaelnred by a Chicago com- iy. says_ Tho healing: apparatus consists of a fuc! supply tank underneath the car equipped special burners, the heat from which by longi- tudinal ducts under the ttoov of iho car and at its end ascends to (lit; roof. In this manner the heat is cir- culated uniformly throughout Iho You Can be Cured of the DRINK Habit by the Treatment Himdrndfi of men in Canada who an; today struggling against the liquor habit could free lliomsclvfis from (his awful oursfi in thriM-: day's timo by tile; Neal Treatment, Men who have tried time iind time, ngiiin to give up drinking, find failed, will Iind in the Noal Treatment, .Iho auslutitnce they Tho N'onl Troiitment is an absolutely safe euro conslsUiif; of a purely vegetable compound' hypodermic In- jections employed in this treatment. The NonI Trontmcnt loaves no had aftor effects. On the contrary It, restores the body to a normal healthy condition and thoroughly removes every trace of alcohol from the system. Tha short leiiKMi of lime required is also an important, feature'' of the Neal Treatment. You lone scarcely any time Irom your otllce or work nnd even the three duys time required quickly counterbalanced by your improved mental and physical uonijirlun. Do not wail, another day, but write at once to tlui Neal In- Htltuto Co., Ltd., 820 Thirteenth Avemio Weal, Calgary. Ail cor- respondence strictly confidential, fc ;