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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. OC.TORER 10. (915 LETH BRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon Ten, Coffee, Bak- ing Powder, Spices, Jelly Pow- ders and Extracts. Purest and bost. When In doubt use Blue Ribbon. We guarantee pe-fcct satisfaction with .ill our food products. POWDERY SCAB AFFECTS ALBERTA POTATOES Tlio scab, ;i dread potato hitherto been un- dl.swifie. which lui known in western i' anada, liar. niaOo its appearance west of the great ready sale ;unoiiK livestock men. i out tha year, there was no ono sea-; That tlm growth of weeds entails j sou when a very heavy slump is iis-' fMiormotis 'losn r-ach year to farm-j dicated thy riuisi- of ors. and whllo if. in doalmble to util- ize everything in grain screenings CLAUDE HUGHES (Pupil of Senior Gustave Gar- cia of the Royal Academy of Music, London, England) Lessons in Sfngir.g, Piano, The- ory, Ear Training, Candidates prepared for the Ex- ams of the Roynl Academy .Music, Royal College of London, England; Toronto Con- servatory of Music, and McGill University, Montreal. 6th AVENUE SOUTH ._____ _ GLASGOW T.S.5. T.S.S. ___ Nov. 13 aMn only 3rd Class distribution good fc-edfnjf it would be heltur to hum them than lo iiermit their use i in ways that will about anv In- lakes. It has been discovered in the tho .uumber Lotlihridge disf.rk't. noxious weeds. Tho other day Ji farmer, not far from tin? city, milked iVito tho office of J. Lloyd, and .showed him s po- tuto which appeared to be disc-need. Tlif; disease looked unusual, and .Mr. nenl. tho potato to the Dominion j Central Farm at Ottawa, j out 'Immediately i-amo hack (he word that i of the Deparnr u-a.s the "powdery notifying those who grain nr other iidvai IIIUj amount due hy them uould he HORSE AND STOCK Advocate) llio Bhillirm, keep blni well roomed and judiciously all tho hon'cu. Do not. force wo or to do all the 1'Mueal" your colts to consume nd so thai whon woanlitg no setbai-k may IK; in- THE SEED GRAIN ADVANCE (Grain (Irmvris It is (louhLt'iil if uumcnl lias ever two months, December and. .January, heifis? the lowest was undoubtedly tlie result of hogs being to a larger ex- tent marketed during this period af- ter being fed Uie new liar vested crop. The low month? in sheep prices were Oetoher, November, Decnn-j than OUR allowed to rounh il her, January and February. The-Ian- own di-Jed-on sweat, uary price for the five years was! A tr.-ani cleaned nielli and will do more work on ilu: 55.HO govei omen j .June, sed more in- 45.80 the April, S5.5Q SO.30 'July, September, Sa November, Itof.-k May licration Branch in the average of the live vears f (he Interior January arid the highest point reach- received (ps that tin 'i'lu1 October hoy market iietter than November ami Stan rattening tlu> as .soon a; [lussiMe and ship liicrn off -cariy. If your old oala are ilone, yoi not throoh Tor some time yd, bor from your neighbor to Itcei sped ed in -June. Tlie fall, as with t-attlc, t Hie colts growing and maintain was rhe period of the year when tlir i '-ondkion of the work vern-i heavier run of sheep came to lakes. uould be cnUwterl from anil prices at their lowest i'liis .scab is somc'.vbut .similar 10 j proceeds u! the first marketed while in tlie spring when the fan jthe common and is some thcm- were made had few to sell quotations wire j difficult .0 distinguish, but every ,as, j V stuilviiu; these figures live stock Hhould he reported to tho authorities as soon as found, as this new disease most dread one. and the ;ovenimeiu IJ ,'interests companies to do studyiiir, Llifse fig .rowers can avuil thctuse-lvcs oi th Uie t and rat' olIrctinK, that no money shoni.-l IK- received by i kct conditions tn certain the-farmers for their crop until Hie as for instance supplying tlie market 'l most (Irp-id nnn unit i iui uu in i'" i in-n L i njj UN m 1-111 tuiored.ri-dilKli Hie odor i-i strong or "brick dust" or iKiiai-i N present, look to the Tlic-y ;in; out of orJcr. GIN Cfl.LS at onw. tlicin rcgwlnrly. Kluruinntism. Sciatica, I.imibaifo. pain in the hack, Kniin or nips-nit point to in I he kidney or bladilu'i- jirtfon. and the pn-ssintf nt-ces. sily tar tJIN JMI.LS. (Jin fills ;irt- worth their weight in becnusc they drive thcsu paini rk-an of They only i'ost CL-nts ;i hox. with the absolute Lr k boxes' w National Drug Chemical Co., of Canada, Limited Toronto Ont. 14 years. In fact, subsequent discov- ery of unroported cases will load to legal proceedings against the person fulling to report them. The uso of potatoes infected with powdery Si.'jib will also be followed with pros- ecution. These stern measures art; necessary, in order that the disease may not. gain headway. Owing- to its [having nevor before made.its appear- ance in western Canada, farmers will some difficulty In detecting it, but should not hesitate to send in anmp'ies of potatoes they beiio.ve to WITH AUSTRALIAN CADETS MARTIN STOTT The Anoctated Board of the Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations in Music PATRON Bis Majesty the King. Music Examinations 1916 Openi to the Pupili of Tochers of Music, Thq Animal Examinations in Practical Music and Theory will be held throughout Canada in and June, 1916, An canmin- fttion in Theorv only will be held November loth 1915, application to he made hy October 1st 1915. An exhibition value about ofiered annually r.lso z Gt'ld and a Silver Medals'. Syllabus, Music for the exaniiiiatiousand all particulars JIIRJ-beobtalucd oil oppHca- tlon to H. WAKING DAVIS. 777 Staler Sired, (Resident Secretary lor Cjaarts.) Parents Teachers wishing to enter their pupils for these ezamiimtioiis should conimunfcjile with the Secret: bavc theiruameB placed en n i sv iiaf about iiurchasins; a few shuei) mean 1-hat thr government i itainnd, more espcfially in cattle. EIHK fait" Surely you rnalixf HIP must he liciore or food lc bought, thresh- ing hills or wages paid, and in main cases would make thresh the crop. C impossible t nsidering the fact May or at which per- iod the fni inuiui S1.U9 above January. AdvaiitatP of this knowl- edge of marketing gained hy experi- ence many farmers has enabled iHroflts in iliiti ('Rpartmeitt of fnrmln f v d b tlie low of that the farmers were charged orbit-ant prices for the seed, that j them to do this, resulting in much oi it was badly polluted with j satisfactory returns, and is a system wends and that it was, according to that in tiif average year is worth the letters of the department, to he "adopting to a far greater extent than paid for on or he-fore January t, is now in vogue. ev. ey can bo pur- chased at a rt'iiHOLialihj which, il mai.cd with a welt-built, pure-bred rum, will producf.1 a met lot of good this was certainly A mixtniv of one-third and two- thirds barloy makes a good fattening ration after ihe pics reach 1.50 Analvzim; prices, the greatest j If you have uuy ruDP. ryo or ,i ;hc vear is cither turn thorn preltv prices, the mrow H into the pens. They 4-" ci KI ana fa, cither turn them on a small will thnvo better if iMven green foot! of or a every d-yl.n ,0 sntnS tie up threshing in many places, stop i December, or nine and affected by it. The Dominion do-jhave caused many oi those who credit at country stores, and brinf; i months to grow them, while by mar- confusion into husintss throughout i keiing them in October an advantage the west. If persisted in it partmeut of Agriculture have issued circulars telling oi' this disease, and asking the co-operation of the farm- ers in stamping it out. The circular advises J'aniiL-rs who have discovered, this disease, to change ilieir seed and plant on new ground. get their grain threshed to rush it j on Lite maxkct at once and so help to depress prices at a time when siotv marketing is particularly would; of jii.H could have been secured over j could December quotations. The knowledge