Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STORE OF QUALITY." Holbrook's Sweet and Sour Gherkins and Worcester S auce in large and small bottles cannot be beaten. Try them. We deliver goods to all- phrts of tlie city. Nelson ^ Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE often beon coinmeiulcd not, only by tho FniTiiur's Advocate but niso by a tvw prnotical famitTH who have triiWl tfie plitn. .In theory H is the bost sys'leni of patting tho full, value out of the c-.nttle, and Mie inoKt rationul way of marketing the grain. In ptau tice it is not very generally followed in Canada tjut it i.s In wide vogue in Take Your Choice and yon will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Onr Hams and Bocon are noted for thieir fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 IT'S FOR YOU. THIN FOLKS! No disgrace to be slight 'in .build, but wouldn't you like a little flesh on your bones? Get it quiclc if you drink Lethbridp;e~ beer regularly- not once in awhile, but three timps a dny. Surer than medicine, and twice as pleasant to take. Special brew of Alberta's Pnde. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE Of Interest to the Farmer I'OUK MUST TUO INSPICCTEP. The custom prevuiling among farm �r.s throughout Conada of sl�.�ghter->ho Uei.ublic. With uh it has not ing animals, jmpticularly swine, upon i >>PcomL! general very largely because .their own proini.s-es and selling the' f'>t:t that we have got into thi; dressed on the local, market 'a'^''- thinking that cattle must is one which entails more or less loss 'e stahlcd in winter in order to put to the packing establishments, the on flesh, or to keep in order for fat-lies, and, as a result, the local mar ' where natural shelter is available and ketts were created. Conditions have "o a large item in tlv cost of put-changed however, the �ocal dealers ting in cattle for winter feuding is no longer supplying the doniostie �'>'"i"'ited. The needlossnoss of sta-trnrte, which has pa.ssed into the ^'es has Ijoen demonstrated by nega-hands of the pocking houfws, which tive and positive experiments. A few are now the di� ccntrM (or ' .voar-s ago car lots of range cattle Wens taken to Ontario 'in tho fall for the purpose of wtull footling for tho spring markets. Tho cattlw were sc- meats. Tackers can -il'iord lo, p.nd actually do pay at higher prices and sell at lower values than the local butchers for reasons which are ob-j'eoted according to the orthodox vious when one considers that profits rules and went thto the stables in are rcpresentcti by the by-products, health, hut confmcment was so The packers ore adverse to buying ! evidently a foreign and disagreoablc] dressed carcasses as they represent tondition that they failed to moke fimaller profits in by-prodqotB. Again \ any gains notwithstanding the fact mi \ GOOD BARGAINS IN - FARM ' PROPERTY A GOOD dressed carcasses are dmperfeotly han died by. the farmer, tho meat in ma- that they ate well. Simple shelter was apparently oil that^was required ny cas.'s being, bruised and unsightly, i with no eXcjtemeiit and fattening this as well as improper chilling being deterrent to good pricee. Animals, .es|iecially bogs, require scientific c'hilling, otherwise those parts which enter into the process of cur. ing become sour and un(H for market. Packers prefer to buy their meats on the hoof, and for reasons sot forth above, are able to pay high cr prices for the same. foon o'"" markets, the labor involved is likely to have a considerable effect fc�l'ng. and the very narrow mar-on the business above referred to. �in betw�;n and selling price; The r).;paitment of Agriculture at '^"t �a.ce of reasons and results of Ottawa having resumed the (-nreful estimate that can lie made on bility of inspecting and practically Papcr, in actual practice, the man guaranteeing the healthfullness of all who feeds cattle caiviruU.v is con-meats and meat products sent out by scious of being better ofY afterwards, the packing houses, must, of necos- his credit is uaexcelled at the local sity. protect itself by making sure banks and his establishment is the that no diseased carcasses are per- mot''?' of the community. Naturally mi'bted to enter these establishments, ""ost farmers would like to feci more 'J'he most tflectivo way of preventing oa^ain of the methods that give Ijest the entry of such disoa.sed meat is, insults and of the revenue that might of cours;-, the careful ante-mortem ex ;tierived from feeding cattle. One amination provided by the regula-j o"'' flisadvantages in connection tions, but, in view of the large trade ' "ith the practic-e and advancement carried on in dressed'^carcasses, and j farming is that we have so little of the fact, that both farmers and 'experimental work the results of HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS \ the Bofel JlrllMtoii FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC Z EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES, $I.SO A DAY i LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | A A A. A A A. A A A , WW WW For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. packers have liean in the habit of handling meats in this way, the officials in charge of the enforce ent ''of tho act have decidetl to admit to the establishments under their insiicc lion, dressed carcasses under such conditions as will enable them lo judge with reasonable certainty, as to whether the animal, prior to slaughter, w*iis free from disease. Pro vision has therefore, been made for the admission on insiiection, of dress ed carcasses with the head, heart, lungs and liver held by theic natural attachments, such carcasses to be'inspected before entering the establishment and if found fit for food to bo so marked and admitted for packing purposes, while if found to be diseas ed, to be condemned and tanked. This being the case it is encumbent upon cver.v farmer bringing dressed hogs or other animals to market to remember that unless the carcasses are dressed in accordance with the tegulation mentioned above, namely with these organs left in their prop' which are available for guidance; there is room for an immense amount of work in this connection. But in the meantime there is an as surancc that cattle will make an economical, use of coarse and unmarketable grains and for this season a larger proportion than usual of such grain to be converted to cash. Experiences and opinions upon tho qiics tion of putting range cattle or even those raised under semi'ronge conditions would b� intcreHting reaiding this fa 11^ and we hope to bear something more of the subject. A S'BNSIBLE MERCHANT Itoar Island. Aug. 36, 1903 Minard's Liniment' Co., Limited. Dear i^irs,-Your traveller is here today and we are getting a large quantity of your Minard's Uniment We find it the best liniment in the market making no exception. We have been in business 13 years and have handled all kinds, but have er positicms.l-t will not be po;sit;ie'^'-"'"^" "f^'* y"""' for tho representatives of the pack-; tho others ' , ' imshcd to get rid ol ing houses to buy such carcas,ses for/ " ^_ . use in any of the establishments com ing under the ojierntion of the Meal and Canned Foods Act. The presence of the liuyoi-s or agents of these establishments on uur loeal marktits has ulwoys boon, nt l�^a.s't to some extent, a snfegiuud a;;- Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full, i information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. ^kin Matthews^^td Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA �m I HEATERS! HEATERS I HEATERS!; ' .. --IN--� I OAKS AND HOT BLASTS M. A. have to lie HAGERMAX. We have one of the best lines of HEATING STOVE on the market. Beautiful in design and as reasonable in price as you will find any place. Call and see our variety before buying. Our Good eiieer Oak Heaters have double feed doors, enabling one to pat large pieces of coal in,niora.t Ion of the dc|inr-tuiM (if tAr. .1. I{. Anderson, of thi' I'niiin Hank, frurn IliRh Hiver about ainsl po'isililo atliMiiiit.s lucnl com .sivlv- vri'iit I^'Iikti piithll for iirculiirrrs tci ' a niost iiil.TcstMiif,' evening' bear in nvinfl the n^w i-mulilimis and dl' simi.'' and .xikvcIi. It was truly a! when. Soy any rea.SDn, unaldr lu mar i f-.'asi llins from 1 lie op.ening ode lo Automobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries Speedoineters Tire Chains, Goggles, Jaeiis, etc. FOR SALE EXACT REPAIRING Act. IN- lired lots tlie sinuintr of 'erson. Apply P. .McAllister, Box -mi, Lethbridge. t.f. W.\XTED Good genci'al sarvant. Apply to Mrs. C. Raley, 612 lJurd(�tt St. If: STKAYED OR .STOLEN*. From Wni. .Johnson'o ranch, Sec. '2a, Tp. 8, Range 22, a black maro. Small stock of general merchandise at a snap, as tho owner is compelled to go east on account of ill health. | spot on face, and whit� right hind (I'ood opportunity for young man, oot. Hranded (W) on right shoul-maii wanting to start in businnss. ' der. SIO Reward olTcivU for t-otura Alust bo sold at onco. .Apidy to Jt. to < , / A. Lyons. Oult Hospital, or T. G. 10-17-21-.'ll Lyons, Dallas IT(jtel. 17,-^-- i If' 1 WM. JOHNSOy. FOR ADOl'TION. Ho wiser than other people if you | can, but do not tuill them so.-Earl ' of Chcstcrncld. Sti-unfT healthy child. Box 345, I^tltbridtfe. mi ;