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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Ij'rrrtay; \ovtfiiil�ci 22, 1012. THK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD POLICY Article in the Herald Worked Charm and got Members Going Hard Our Profit-Sharinl Plan the Greatest Success of Our Uveis ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME FRODUCt OF NATURE. EARTH. SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE INGREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, IN VIGOR. ATING DRINK. THE HlGl^EST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANJ^RD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE ^il^HTY IRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 / SEP ARE THOUSANDS BROUGHT FROM MONTANA TO MAGRATH- HOGS TOO Magvatli, Nov. 21-Thousands of sheep have been slilpiietl Into .Magrath this year, chiefly from Montana and, Hcirording- io tho words expressed by those wlio raise tlioni, Ihis depailure from grain farmiiu;' has proven an untiHulilied success. Tliat the sheep iliduetry and extensive grain farming succeed prodigiously togellier is self-BVidcnl, It one has watched the careful experiments thai, have been carried on in tho past, first on a limited Bcale, hut now in wide dimenaioTis. It is reninrliable wliat little and seorainely unnutritious fodder sheep can thrive on. Those portions of tlie crop usually placed 111 the column of total loss "111 the farmer's ledger are 3>i�t wh�t ihe slieep like, especially when it is supplemented by the ad�en pasturage in the summer months, sheep will prove the most profitable aud least ex-Tiensivfi asset to the agrloultiirallst of Southern-Alberta. These are some of the opinions of prominent sheep men of Magrath, who iiio mitUing good at the business. 'I'hoy are ri.'joicing lu the rCHUits of the riinching inveBtigatlon recently heard before a coiamissiou of the Dominion government. The outcome hag bceu satisfactory in every respect. .\s a tangible evidence of the growing importance of this branch of agriculture here it may. be recorded fhat this week .Messrs. Cook, Felgcr and Sheltoii imported 25,50 heatl of sheep from .Montana. They will beruu here unring tije winter, and in tho spring they will graze in the foothills coiin-try, which Mr. Cook describes as "ail itleal Bunimer pasture, which cannot 'he surpassed anywhere," With an abundance of rich, hixurioua grass, shade In the brush, and a plentiful supply of pure wate-r, Mr. Cook bases his enthusiastic opinion tliat Southern Alberta is the sheepman's paradise. Lota of Hogs, Too Raljih Page, maiia.ger of the South Alberta Land and Live Slock >Co.'s ranch on .Milk Uiver Ridge, south east of .Magrath, stated yesterday to your correspondent that his hogs wife doing splendidly and Uia't next fall lie w-oiild sell one thou.saTid head of pork; breaking all recoTds on this ranch. .Mr. Page states that a great majority of his hogs are young, but by -next fall they will be in prime shape for market. JAPAN'S BIGGEST BAtTLESHIP Yokosuka, ,Tapan, Nov. 21.-The battleship lliei, Japan's biggest figihl Ing craft, was launched here today, it is ot liT.OOO tons displacement. v-.rrr. steamships r PP 1 atlantic (."R v-jn K steamships mm FUTURK SAILIN(!,S (.St. Lawpcii.e Ro.itc.) MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL Winter Excursion Rates Oh Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st TWO EXTRA SAILINGS TO LONDON , MOUNT; TEMPLE .........................SUNDAY, NOV. 17 LAKE MICHIGAN ...............----.......SUNDAY, NOV. 24 Future Sailings from St. John ^'weekly' SaTlINCs' : /  ' LOyyEST .RATES . Unequalled Aoconirriodatlon-Saloon, Second, Third Class. Complete details on.^ap'plicatipni. Berth reservations can now be niade with any Railway: or steamship Agent for Christmas ships, or write' , J, ,S, CARTER, Gen'l. Agent., 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. Canadian .Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions -TO- United States Points iMiiiiieapolis or St. Paul |I5.4(>; DuluUi .$4^.10 (iiicaj^o, $(il.lO Kansas:CiCy ii5()�),'M) CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER-f>OINTS. . TlCKifTS' ON SALE DECEMBER 1st to 31st, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREe', MOr^JHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE.' For further particulars call on S. B, Mitchell, Ticket Agent, ^ Lethbrldge, or write to . ; '  � � ' ; �R."'G;-'IVl.c.NEI,t.ll.lE.'. � ,1' District ' PaBsonjjsr Agent, Calgary. As was exporiod, iheic was exa; Ijcration at the executive meeting o the Board of 1"i'a claimed lliat Ihe Ellison Milling Co, had fallcnl to come to a decision to double the ca)nicity of the uiill here liecauso tlioy bad been un able to arrive at i\ii arrangement with Uie city cauuiil whereby electric liower mlglii be sold to llieni at cost. 'I'liey had iisked thai some part of the -'00 horse iiower wlili'b Is now simply giiing lu wasl" cvcTy day lie sold at aelnal cost, overlusul charges not to 1)0 coii.sldered, "But the .superintendent, wlio seems to dictate to the council in these nialters, vefuscrt id loiisldcr ti lower price than .^-i; jier iiorse jiower. The city is losing a r';| ss of our lives. ^^it^ ^^r new policy of gifts to smokers is^^l^^i simply^^ modern step forvyard of sharing v>'.=^J ^"^Our n^^'**^^^-^^^^'''"^ Coupons were not^jt started as an iftS"^^"T.^"^ smokers to buy ^ i "Black Cat" The value an irettes. lualiti of our cigfi remaui as before-piTWy a matter, of best that money can buy. tes Look for the Profit-Sharing Coupon in Every Packet of ''Black Cat" Cigarettes Value of CtHtpont. Instead of receiving a dividei^ in cash, smokers receive Profit-Sharing Coupons worth aoout twice as much in obtaining the Profit-sharing gifts described in the Illustrated Booklet found in each packet. All the' articles described in the Illustrated Booklet arcBritiah-madm by well-known manufacturers and are of the best quality. Black Cat Medium Cigarettes-10 for 10 Gents Miid In every packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes yon will find one Profit-Sharing Coupon and an Illustrated Booklet, giving full particulars and >he list of gifts. Save the Coupons, select the gift, and mail Coupons to the address below. Your gift will reach you by return. Address: CARRERAS & MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited 853 St. Uwrence Boulevard. MmItmI Qu�. IF you do not finj an Wmlrattd Booklet of CiHt In thm paehtl wriU lU for one__ An Unsolicited Analytical Endorsement The Lotidon Lancet, the most authoritative Medical Journal in the world, published on page 548 of its issue of August 2+, 1912, an analysis of various best known cigarettes including . "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The report shows that the least harmful tobacco is that which con-^' tains the least Furfural. In other words T/ie London Lancet's analyst has proved that "Black Cat" Cigarettes are thev purest and best for health. Pro^ideiK JlcKlllop will iict as iircsi-iloiit.in tUu iiK'niitiiiK'. Secrotiu-y .MiiiiwarliiB iilso itskt'd for and was yriiiilcil a lo.nvo of ahsciuH! I'or Olio Tnoiilli I'oiiinictirlng Dofcnilicr 10. The nialli.-r of iilnriiip; a Soiillioni Alberla agi-iculliiimI display In ilie WInniiieg Iii(liiKiri:il Ijulldlng wa.4 tei'i'Od to tlic aiiinial meotlug ol' I ho .Soiitlifli'ii Ailici'la As.sociatpd Hoards of 'I'nide, iii be lu'ld In Madeod on Uiicomber ;!rd. 'I'hose priBCut HI tho nioetlng worn. MoHsrs, .\lid