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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'rUIay, October 17, THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD 13 ONTARIO M.P.P. DEAD Ixmdou, Ont.. Oct. Jf W. Ncclcy. for Hast -J JIlddleEei, died this morning -At his homo iu Dorchester. Mr. Xccley has been ill with heart trouble for some mouths, and only returned a short time ago from a long triy for his health. He was a Conserve- five lei foHlles. and auceeded the former member. Itoliert Sutherland, who died shortly alter he waa elected. t FIEND IN MINING CAMP THREAT- ENED TO KILL ALL FOREIGNERS Ruatialaiara, Meilco, Oct. 17. Two American citizens and one Mex- k'au killed on Tuesday as a re Bull ol a Icud at Hostotipaquillo, a ii'ining camp in the state o! Jaliso, about SO miles to the northwest o this city., Twenty-five foreiKneru wrc threatened, with extermination The dead Aniericans are Thomas liarrell, a mine and Kcn-lalE, a miac employee. Barrett murdered 'with an by' the .Mexican who ivas captured b] Kendall and turned over to the rura guards, the guards were corlinj the murderer to, MasacJelena him. A story reached th camp that the rnurdcier hai been killed by Kendall, uhereupon a nrinlicr. ol Melicans set upon Mendal ant! killed Lira. Tiic same night'about 100 Mexicans attached, all .the foreigners in camp The foreigners took refuge in a ruin'-Jli'.gadeleiia, where for this city.' the ARRANGEMENT WlUL CEASED 'Word Tins been" received in' tbe city froni sources that have :'V aaid-they'wlli cancel the pre- of. advaDcq.oart-., age chaxkes Januap' and "undeV no Icirculmstances will the" tiaiied... OUR FARM COLUMN A vm comprehensive bulletin ur.der he above title bas just been issued rom the press and forms N'o. 11 ol it regular series of UulIetiDS of the >x peri mental Farms. Its autlior, J. H. Cristlale, Uirec- ar of -the Dominion Experimental 'arms, his made milfe production a ubject of special sUdy and esperi- neiit lor many years and has udied in tLis bulletin the most rat- able ol the information obtained. As suggested by th? subtitle, {Crop lotaiions; Dairy barns, LJrfcedmg laity Cattle, Feeding, Care and Management of Milk Cows) the sub- ect of Milk Production is not as iiupie as appear at first lance. A maximlira "output ol milk s dependent upon many fat tors and he author's endeavour lias trttu to real ol these as clearly imply as possible, so'thaf tbe bul- etio niay.le of value, to tlie general eessity of abundance of air and sue- light are shown aucl methods cl obt taininjf thrse essentials indicated. Farther on IQ tbe bulletin, a special section on tLc Ventilation ol Dairy IJarns embodies in full the author's on the subject. la Milling and Care of -SliJIt will be found advice on: the' economical iceludinj; care of utensils, mi IV in and cleanly handling 'ci tbat product, brushing, washing and clip- ping of cattle, etc: "r Under Feeding Methods aiid lla- tions, the whole subject of feeding the mill: cow is. taVen up, what wbeo and how to lully discussed, following this is a Ac- tion entitled "The rhitosoi-'hy': of Feeding" in vihich the questicu tls gone into in snore detail in more scientific .although' "so treated as to le readily unders by all. Various "Keedjag Staadards'.' arming coniuiunity" both ID aiding i that IB, the amounts of hem to make a start "along correct liohydrales and fats required for max- of refer- iraunf product ioo arid the problems j each' in various feeds are girch with instnictions on the. making up ines and also as a" work nee o a t hose dairy in vhich occur from lime to time. The subject of Milk-ProdLictioh is' reated under tho following heads The farm chosen, the rota- .ions followed and the crops grown." The breed ol 'cattle selected and the breeding methods followed. Stables and care and manage- ment of the herd. arid milk. Feeding methods and ra- [ions. Under No. 1, are rllscussed ttom> ol prione arise before the would-be dairyniah takes, up thr probfcms pi dairying proiwr. The lociliqn atd- area-of" of rations froTn Et-eds' 1 which Many farmers ib all parts ol Can- ada are' communicated. -with as to will coiilorm w.Hh these standards. replies a large nuihbeir.-'are included in bulletjn and alvo" tbe author give some ratiouB being suitable parts o the Dominion. In "Some Notes those tuost cohimonly used by dairy larhi crs are up'aV Id'theft'palata bility, economy Stable Hygiene au'd the treaia o( some of the more common trou farm hcst suited to bis purpose, the bits to which dairy cattle are sub- nature ol Us soil, the most suitable i ject is dealt with in Part 6. A list crops to grow ani-roiations. of remedies likely to te required--is are treated of.- -Suitable -iota- j given and also brief notes on-some are given-lor-all-parts of-Can-" i to deal with 'applications lor pars itifoimatioa-Tt-l stallicns have fcren placed' in parts of the country in thi lands of local associations, formed ;pwially for the purpose ol handling tod maintaining them. All animals! OQly such requcsU as are forwarded j Before October.20th, it will be neces- sary lor districts desiring to take ad- vantage ol tins bficr to act promptly. J garding the rules gorerniag the dis- .rEb'ution and tbe procedure to befol- owed in forming the necessary or- ianizalion may fce bad upon applica-l tte Live Stock Commission-! er, Ottawa. getting the the children on Saturday nigbt Then ng'ruan came to her door. "I'm a collector for the Urunkard's Home." ebe., "Could jou help1 around tonight aad, I'll give ygu'ttie altf said ttus hpuaewlfe as she went about her wonkr The Provincial -Becrfetary'KLpep; ment'lias ruled that liquor license fees in raise4'cVxt to .becayseMhe city b'as the mark. LOCALS C'ourl Star and Court Vrilly A. O. F lil ineelM.h the Oddfellows Hall, on .p'c't, 22nd. Special bus- iness. awl] socjal. >Ail members are urged; 3 Suitable tome for. Thanltt- giving day at' Ui? sale, .to be. given In Weiley.'-'churcli basement 'tomor low afjernpoii; from 3 o'clook, Sy Ilutcliisou, fbr'tlie l.adlrs1 "Aid. After- noon tea -will 'lie served aiiil aprons Vlll be un tale. Big Things Doing Tomorrow for one week only Cut Prices on Ready-To-Wear Women's Suits saying from to add and a diagram' is' given' showing arrangement oi _ E .under, a three acd four-year rotation. The diagram alio shows a good" arrangement of the firm and pad- 1 ol 'tattle chosen will be (ovljr an essential factor Jo] Vuccess. The au- thor is convinced, however, Iiom his PI per. tenet, that, there is nn ''best1 braed, and says, "Generally The results at 20 years' eiper'imen: tal work vcith dairy cattle at the Central Kami follows. These will be (ouud to illustrate and justify the conclusions drawn in former sections. .'The publication-is is provided with r." r aftns.-S.nJ platS.aRdJ a vecj- u is perimenTaf Kaliiil mailing ifsfc speak- not on this list, who desire a copy: ing, the. breed, is the breed the obtain it' by addrcssinR thr WS Several. -'are i Ifcpiffh.ent 'ci 'Ag- meatroneU which would 'be; likely to prove suitable where the" milk is cheese, factory, or to city, giveruwhere bulttr is o manulaclurrf. TBe charaWer of the iarm' and the ahuudww .Qf.'-. lor.- I'rrnrigem ent be'r tori- 4 4 4 4 4 4 E-OP the cire-'of each. Jud'g'ibg'the.'iliky ovr is also treated at some length. Under Stable's and Care am Department1 oi' Agriculture, the Iqcai associations assuming-the' 'responsi- bility-for-tbeic-maintenance.and maiV agement undrr-the'general supervisibil: Calgary disposed of ilie lollowing'. business''' Z'jj- at IJea'yer- nnnc risconiinend ed on'' cunip] etion" (if Mr. :RubijiJ: .wholesale: ILcens'e-jJ a.O oard. not'1 C'elng" T requited population, ;wasV at- Beaver: mines, was- given a license lor hotel, Burdelt and asked (o. fi'alw some additions to the fuinishingV in'.lhe Hotel.. In mating the lor additional shteling lor llic.beds, asked for sheets b'n hotel beds nine, feet long, so as ta'-alfow for an ample turn- dov.n at-thf-tDp. Tlie at o.I.-the places 'put oat' ol business hy.ihb board 'at the annual Tl.c license oi' the Frank Wine it of Flank was" recotn- mer.ded -for-, the- balance fll the license year. '_'_' _ MAT VISITORS' Croione falls to give desir- ed- results thg-'very first time. ancl'30 membera of the Medicine-.Hat Board of Trade arrivetHn-the clty'thli afternaon 'Mlnttreli b( former to pay the busineis-.irien'of a vis- it, and to amuse the theatre-going. 'pubMc fonloht and_ tomorrow nljht at the Majtttlc. The tralrrwirg forty minutes late In the reception pro- carried out ar- ranfledr f. 'i WAS i AN- Umlori. .._ the laat.of tf tlie "officers-who-.look. the. charge.: of, (ho -Light lirt-' gatfc. .at the little .of lava. In today at the age of He jivas rilM .Huesara during mean' waif, in, the1 courW of', were.kllUd'unfar.him, The herd having been established', As announced .early in the the Dominion Stork Branch lias this year undent-alien a distribution of pure bred.riiale .C.anada on a scale.' pbijcy flic aim to. aid sect ions'where puce, bred'sires, were Jacking and to encourage new cdnimu'riities'in Tollow- Kidney ami Bliuliter Troubles Disappear Chronic Sufferers Find" Relief After Ftw Doces of Croxone Jf YOU are bothered back- ache-Tor rheumatism, have dls annoying bladder, or furjnwy ;fb wIth any- .of tbe many mleerlea that come .from "utak kidneys here Is a guaranteed remedy you can de- pend upon. It Is a poiitlve fact that Crox- one promptly overcomes such JT-: right In and cleans" -out the slapped up kidneys anfl 'mikes them-filter and sift out t-lfee matter yfrom the'-bflbii. It neutralizes .and uric. lodges in ttfi.jSnls ami soothes the. bladder. More than a fc-rr .of Croxone are Beldom required to locg- -will find Croione enlirc-- --ly. different from all other rem- edies. It is it .11 practlcfillyj japbeBlble'.fu'Uke Mt'without rtsulii; An original omen s IJresses Serge, Panama Velvet At a saving of from to White Waists >hort sleeve styles, also the tailored shirt vrsict, at .'a saving on each from piiien's Dress Skirts Tweed and Serge Dress Skirts at a saving of, to Kimbrias v aKort or] long styles in figured figured rnple, eiderdown'or silk, at pinen s The: smartest creations of ttie. season, here at the smallest For you can buy; at a !J_ garment of, 'h-qm Seamless.Hosiery-Grown Hosiery Whb'Visits Kirkham Bros: .DO-V.OU REALIZE WHAT A NICE .SET OF WOULD MEAN'-TO YOUR WI'FI. 'THAT IM.' PULSE" KIRKHAM BROS. SATUR- DAY. evQiy purchase or over give sway free a Sanitary Enclisb Piid- 'J B iJowl, valui! 60c. Ask for'it. Saturday only, ;V With of :a dinner or otli er goods, 'of. .we give up 91- one up Remertiber, everything goes are se LOVE FOR NICE CHINA IN HEART.: WE THE ,WMT, FOR CLAMY ASSORTMENTS. KIRKHAM We cannot hope to any ;bnt few of; ou> specials here, but our is full of them TRUCK CljOKERS Pudainj. Bjslni, 58c prices JARVivWVA No handles. Hcguliff TOILET Porceliin, wllh 'h'sndlM; .splash: -flt DIVIDED Hindrest dish and SOc Sftturdux aftle Hoi 'witer -veil wlih corer. Price t': under dishjeV, NEWrPAT.ENT LEMON RiANHtB While thti kind you on KM. Cleani eMji i. ar each. SatturtlKy sale price................ IQ PLATTERS Wtillt 90c White A- Gild 60c, Blue Bind .il, Sale Prices E.BVjr.H E A Xi Old lihtc has' broken our that' dainty blue Jogend china big lii todny, us it wasroVet 100 yeflrs ago. .O.ur stock is' wellrassqrtqd, but do not -be late; 33 1-3 off Cor Its' a winner. ._ V never liressfon AYe the never snw cyery: day ex- J in the west. It's ;.cnf tti cost. are (joing out otbiisiness--Help lot MLj SMALL KITCHEN HARD- WARE AT WOpLWORTH't 1000 AND ,1 FUL ARTICLM. PIOTUREt Gold Kramet, regular f'1.85 (or ;