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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sf THE LETHBRTDGB DAILY Saturday, October IS, 1913 BAND TONIGHT at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.30 FATTENING POULTRY FOH MARKET. Our Monuments and Prices WiJT Appeal to You Write or call and let us sftoic you. The Lethbridge Monumental Works R. Needs, Mgr. Lethbridge, Alia. (by Chas. Weeks) I FVv jxjulirtaien. realiw the iiuiKrk- 'a A special course Of pouHry tuucueJ for the table. -A iulle yrySl can be inide iu time ty properly.fe.edicg poultry before setidinf, to market, The are many uays of preparing fat foi tbe VaWe. ibu. do not tare lo lo (k- 5 rouble to iheVo is Wtter way I thin by plstfns a" before ibfi foxvts couUiTiicjj a rich dry mash rom- of two yiTts vokumeal. DAIRY HINTS j proltna. parts laHldUiijLS. tvo i barley. Sour pans crackHtogi. and HIP iftRcr oa ttbe foivatrn. Kxpeil pickers tirm joff Ihirty to sixty (owls per hour. I Tho drvsUcg of poultry on the profitable providi- SOME PRACTICAL irceJ, and fwd. aro ihe ur.us hv Hrof Uein of ttf dairy school al tfee Ontario j thU'i-leh (eed Uie College, to Miiopsli? ihe ol' whole graiu they viill clean up successful diiiyi-g, ar.J evening anil hivd'grcim TeiJ i three wools lies a ui ad-: them all tbe lime. This will fatten any vii-c of the i-haracter. Whoever fowl ready tor .ibn table. It thf records cif H her3 are cherkfd is "to be- fcSSf infrn.mix tlie 01 by ite fariuer. are always fiitat i wUb rallfc auii three times per .Usi tblug In the ities choicest if" (owls arv soft' time. When you are ready to port- laU made In y o -j r rtreei apparel or any other (cos- lutns you preler, just come to us and be sure ol getting surprises and seiitws disappoint-- With i ntfati-. Thf cood looking animals j evening, hive sliuv. Q Lr their records that j tvcv are pool and tbe iigiifirwt bUing W brifci las ta51Ae rnadt a wotJ. As long as thfte ate aml ,en COTS there will be contrasts in ffctir; Fo'vls to b'S productions ol milk. Two. cows po'.iud, lo depei-i sarjf age may diner ia proSt by 'iipou, condition In many dollars, and it bw iMnVnowaicoops. Tba best crates are made that' a dileiecce' ol' 'as much as j comfortable perches for ihe Uot- thousand pound! of milk i torn just close' enough together so the his if en yielded by tows in the same fowls cinnol get through, thf. front herd, atd'of tUp saiue age.'.In biSer.t Is slatlej so that the foul can eat from to ascertain thf value of bleeding, j the V-shaped trough rues full weeding Mi feeding, it is absolutely I length of coops, These coope cm ]nectssarv ihil each-tow's mil. be i made two by two test or two by three I tested and v.-fifhed at Sich kntri sl tablish sonic idea ol the type" ol cow them. BARLEY HARVESTING Proper Methods Ehsure Prices ,Say -the Expert! If "the farmers in the soutb country would got'Ibe'tttstreturns from ihetr barley crops, they'.'Wild do well to notice of given by the buyers regarding' the proper methods of hin'cstlng. The bu.Vers of for rnaltlns and disliliing purposes are" enOearoritfg to upon ihe the uecessiiy of paying strict maunpr of har- vealing. ..It Is estimated that upwards of 2T5.000 bushels of barley will be marketed.out.of.this section of tlic provirte this "year and It Is desirable thit all jf 'the hest grade, iO far n of lie maker It so.- boards of has been coUeclitg dita relative amount ol crop, and aba the farmers have barley for' sale this fatt, either for mailing or seed. He esU males that ihcre. "will he ready for shipment al an eaily date after thresh- ing, tuliy C5 ar.d he communicated with ntne of Scolland, and several of the largeet in the United States, with a view to having buyers on the ground" wit en' the crop ts ready (or Tho value of the bar- ley crop is becoming more'acd more endeiit every- year; It is a crop lhat la aaore easily-handled than T! and'it can be" cut When the Tvhtat is ripenlnj, -thus "m'aMrif Jit' possible to hold Ishor at a lirieVhen it is most needed. It U a prolific yielder, and lowed hy a determined fflort lo get I thrown-open, when the weather rid ol tie unprofitable cows, acd sub-; mits. The aisles bettvten, the r dtsired, 'after, is dfcided properly craie-faiteced the prise of barley It low- ered by ihe supply, It be feJ vlth Oce farmer has made the resaark lhe barley campaign Was beluf cJrrteU on by the buyers to that ao over-supijly mlghl be ob- isiccu, thus" knocking price JOWQ. Tho reply_ of one of the moH euthus- iaatic parley, boostiug to the effect lUat there cftu never bt- au over supply of barloy. :is long as there is live stock left In ihe country to fead, if a farmer stops to'con- sider, te'will readily acquiesce, tbal lie .tuows anything about th'ej wonSeiful feedlug value of lhe crop. .Tnat more interest- ed ihan j3 evidenced by the faot ihat they "are continuing ihplr efforts to liave the firuiers, "raise'the cereal, acd tha'. they are trying to poiut out the rlgut-iuethoJs of harvestlns- One their recent letters cansu to the ands of the associate i curds this jrnlnj, ainTwas given to Ibo Herald dlsseminato among the barley grow s. It la from H larse Winmpes inalt- houso and reads as follows: 1 threshing season must ba bout oa you around for reporlt come of-tbe cillting of'Dar- arid it.would be "well if the at- iioa of the farmers could be drawn o the" imnorlaace of properly (bresli- ng therr crop of-barley. I-ast season. of arloads barley al os rrived, and of these deliveries urchased more tbau. bush- Is, la making" our selections wetve-re1 blised to turn'don'B a great many ar's tbat ivere in every respect a tuallly.of barloy_except .th-it'the gralo ad -been' threehed too closely. This liort- threshlDg of barley not only many kerr.els, but Injures tho .enn ecdl of many more, mafcliig iCen- treiy useless for either malting or il reposes. After threshing the wheat or other groin or even-before hreihinfi barley, if tlial'is the first work In .the threshing line undertak- en, it fiiil cost the ex- cept ino're'care and attention to'have cylinders axd canvases, set prop- erly for the :thresbing of ihe barley, HUSBAND. Faulk- ner, it, uuJer arrest, th-irtcd with liavlug struck acd da'ugwously Injur- ed bis wife a brick because she swallowed dlftinoQd valued at obtaining possession ibe geui. v EH Sioul, cigiily yeara of n instdiitly killcU while workinz on the (i. T. 11. track near It doesn't flatter, much ,ivhat t the cows are like'to'begin Kith as! lofcg-as a .bull of ibe.irpt dtsired, wi'ri sirens milking {iro'pensltiejs bf-1 i" better: and rnea nii two wayB f MCUling lhe pttV- icg it. One'is of. laying the fowl on'a. way. they l The u.b.v feel Vnar- be quickly, ascertained by use of a before'or.e kr.o-vs f il Fie has to roof of the Tte-.-fol-iof. prefer pfe .Jalter loKitig year he has.calyes'to" which Stick the m tbe roof both the sire and dam Tiafe th.e mouth bleed- eti taeie strong miltin's Pierce the baie of the. brain" from hesides having these; a53cGA the calf j.belowiind a tittle back of the is of belter btttdtaf-tfian -the moth-'.a sharp-pointed' knife. The brain er, UVir.g it lot'gran'UEf'.'thal thelshbutd be pierced'at the junction ol moliie'r-waa a-grade" And "so is the-the spltial cord. This ioosens'the fcerd improved tacn thers and if lhe are And H mifst-'not be "forgotten that! instantly will come 'off very 6asUy feeding is almost" as- important as I It takes much'rracttce- to.become pro- iLe bretding and man who expects ._ milk on feed tlial is not I might .as nell quit for-1In0uth point of and he never succeed. It must be re jh0'.d open with the thumb and floger mpbered that a cou- also the hand. .WUh a quick dorn- tribulc .0 the away ol tbe j waid siflBh slit ,he r0of of body tissues._and iJ.e.genial upVeep cutll -a u vein ror bUedh A dairy-j ficlenL In this last method the fcurl cow to produce riangs head down. Grasp the bead 'the left opebine the MOORE "NOT Macleod. Oct. deliberat- ing for about ten minutes the ]'.irx in tbe case-of Foster B. Moore, charg- ed with stealing five horses from (be I'iegon Reserve in July last, returned x verdict of not guilty. His Lord- .cbatge rather Colin Jtaclcmi acted for ddesce. Ry an oTerwttltrilng rcajority the ID Scan lo Ite Perfect Koitttng Mills ol pasecO. vot? Ijelng (or and .18 against of :lht; txSirfW the' pio- diicljoii of ninb, and if' she doesn't get .of .the riglit kind ol she must on. hei body fut io maritifacliitc the milk. X'o set [ules i for tKc Acceding of daity cows can he .e.et down. It is up" to" lhe owr.er; to see that each .COT in dis henl gets' suditient fooil ol flic rijlit klr.ti, and.! when below and i W. Pf lha brain ducke" mUt or suKtr and it loo.ecj (be feafh m- Tho be kllte Tney should only, be .I'zralyieri and left to to dealt to ilcterrnine the rizhl kind, it is tothera ivlll be !tt II Die fowl Is cessajy to .study the" requirements Mi.atantaneouily killed and tbe fc-athers each individual animal, and suit fctr: cot out great labor food to ber ptculiaiitica. the fosl ia jiropcrly tbi j next thing Is to get the feathers off ii t.ulcily as possible. The fowl is graip- tv''0 ovlir tbeTjack 'tfe 'ealhers of bo'.h wlnEs at once tak ul cff b' one Pull of th rieht These ore Ibe l.Tge win A WONDERFUL REMEDY J.ily li aii'.y curlr.j ROCKEFEL1.ER FRIENO NOW IN ALMSHOUSE. AHoona. Pa.. Oct. man who gave John Rockefeller a bed lift had none, loaned him when Ihe gales of prison yawned for him i feathers and shouM he p'.illed separate for ilefauJt in tho payment of a hoard Hlc 'fathers. J.ill ia atj Inmate of Blair 'Joun- i movc is almaho'.ise. Jle Is flanlel tilarke, i lhc llist lhro" onre a nrosperoiia oil prospector. -Infi out the large lail fenthcrs. Then ______________ Etill holding lhe fowl hy. the wing Mr anil MrB. M. A. .lames, of Hie Is't hand, giah a full hand manrille, have celehrated their 40th J'ul ol feathers on either aide of.tb nriJing snnivtriary. ihreaat and wllli a.rolliEK motion rfcuc ____________________________' inard lake all lhe breaH feathers At 'at two grabs. Then slip the ftalh jers up each leg with a firm hold- These moves take oft all the fealh tM jtrn, and- cow with a slapping doui Sut.trisicl.ped off. the pi .feathers are bnuhed i'll, the hand ivtire. leach wisg sererAl times, working oil 'as many, feathers as Thei jmovgA aTe.so'deciUed 'and fpeedy th: featbere Feeni Co come off ill II.! ttiHMr ot known ________ adlon. A- II I conlacl IISFue.-Hi anllsfptl? ar.d cjinnot' help Mve A I receive from 10 to si jvYng "of ihe curw It li Krtormlrp. s rin irhit Is claimed for H Jhat 1 r.'ill tttt, o nin I thai li'lil! toi lo evtty mf.i by tcjiflnj Druggiits Everjrwlieri j A cap of water Is handy, for ke .Ing the hands inolsl while i that the feathers, itill them ea practice lo get'tip spec- Of muscles ior this wof bclvtsn the thumb rnun Lnur lodv Covered WitLRunning Sores Could Not Sleep jromltcSineam Pain, Cross and Fretful, -Trief Fifty Remedies' Wife' Result Cured Diys by Cuticurt- THE WHITE STAR LINE'S New OLYMPIC and thus produce a quality that will secure for blm the1 highest-, niarket price and-a ready sale at that. Every farmer should bear thi? in mind, as H is to. hlB'foeneJst to market his right if he expects to the reward for hi i labors be has earned." "SHEEP RAISING. The discussion upon the. sheep in work of the Dominion De- parlmenl of Agriculture. and Uie pub llcity to the syfcjeci througb tb agricultural press has tiatTtbe efTec or giving'' a 'noticeable, fiilup to'Kpp anfl mutton production.- Sheep ..men just now-; are abovit'-the most opt i in Istlc in the community. Thi wool s being made is ttvt York, Southampton, Plymouth torn, (t long Nov. 10, and Dec. 13. N'oi'. iC. OCEANIC New York. Dec. J2. Boston, Queenslon, Liverpool Nov. 18 and Dec. K Arabic .he Laurcntic and'Megantlc are tha r largest Bit-amors ID the Canadian Trade and embody all Uie cornforls and liuurka o! up-lo-dRte: travel, tie Teutonic, Canada and Arabic ate termed. One-Class Cabin Ships which passonsers hase the best au commodallona at Second Gloss Comfort and economy com- bined. For Rales. Other Sailings. Illustrat- ed Hooklels. etc.. apply to nearest rail- -vay or steamship agent or write, W. M. McUEOD, Canadian1 Weitern -Passenger Agent, 333 Main St. Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT AND H. MoSETH. Ask about Cruises to Pan- ama OJial and West Indlee, or Medit- erranean Crluses to the liivtera, Italy and Egypt. TH1E WORLD-FAMOUS REPUTATlOtN OF THE CUNARD LINE AFPOWTMEKTS. DWwiDp-iDoai. Strotiaf-iooni; Owa Spadocs Stitciooufj 5PKUL CHRISTMAS 5AUJNC DECEMBER M. 5. 5. For pi.iticu1iTS of at CUHAUD STEAMSHlf CO.. LTD. A, B. MITCHELL, PHONE 512, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. satis factory, sheep are going condition, grass has nad a strcn start from 'the heavy rains, fh of the govern meat ic grac and aEsuming some ot th freight the' prospect of th admission" of free. wool -to America markets jritl a lambing; season withoi untoward TveElher conditions have a contributed -to tnaie raisin more popular. 'At ttiat sheep rafBin is rot all roses. There is just enoug- in it to attract the man who has a I liking for the business aud kcows enough about- ft In keep himself out of needless expense end toss. Like most, oilier -farming operations it is :not a Job. for a man without exper- ience to'rush into and expect to clean up a foriune no matter bow big it msj- iMfc' figured on paper. But tihe sheep stand a lot of normal 'espaiiaion before it ig over done on O'.ir Western, farms nn3" P'arm and Ranch Eieview. ROBLIN WiLL BE THERE, Winnipeg, Oct. 'RoUmDnd Roblin and Jlor. J." v.lll attend Ihe conference of Dominion Provincial Premiers that opens. In OltD-Wri, October 27. Tha relurns of the assessor Gait a population of an create (or the year of 505. Royals ___ Book Your Passage Now To The Old Country Most direct Route to, Brifilol, Ixxidoo and the Continent ROYAL FAO.M .MONTREAL (at diyfigM) QUEBEC. SATURDAY, NQV. LOW EXCURSION FARES Krom lhe West In tisnnoclion .wlili the S SAILINGS LINK Tlckcie on Sale November 7tii lo Urtember 31 at ISIS Ir.cluilve, Rtturn of Months. ROYAL GEORGE.-.. EpWANO ROYAL GEORGE. aoon aciixo .ON-'. ..From Nov. 15 Dec. i Dec. rtBcrvatlons and (nil Information from any tall or steamship agen r write or phone. A. H, 'Ueiicral Aecul, 5S3 Main Slree Winnipeg, MOST SUPERBLY SITUATED HOSTELRY IN ALL AMERICA HOTEL VIRGINIA affords luxurious accommodations for WO guecls; Is the .American plan and. world oyer for Its crcellence in and IboroughaCTi of service. HOTEL VIRGINIA is.easy accessible to the VIR- GINIA COUNTRY CI-UB, one of. the eicluslve of the maintaining the sportiest 18-liole gol.t llnleu in.tho west. Close to all historic places of Interest and-ls'the centri of all special 'aintor attractions and social activities.-. LONG'BEACH offers a delightful warm winter climate. Miles of macadamized scenic boulevards the delight of the auto- isl, splendid facilities for horseback riding and driving, yachting' "and winter bathing. Two cement lined tennis courts adjoin hotel. Hotel Virginia Is absolutely tlrcproof. Open Hie.year round. Under the management of Carl S. Stanley, 51 r. W. Assistant'-Man- ager, will bo at the Hotel hrldgc Saturday, October ISlh to take reservations and gifs valu- able to his Ucsort In Southern California. Descriptive booklet on requesL TO THE EXCURSIONS COUNTRY NOW IS THE TIME to let uj arranaemer.lj FOR YOUR TRIP RAIL FARE To Montreal To Quebec To St. John Dally, November 7 to December 31 LIMIT FIVE MONTHS Through Tourist and Standard Sleeping Cars In-connectlon with principal Sailings to Ships tide. No cli'njt en' route Stopover and Extension Privileges Full particulars anil all details arranged for you br S.B.MITCHELL C. DEPOT, LETHBRIDGE; PHONE REPRESENTING ALL STEAMSHIP LINES DAW3ON, Dlitrlct Pttiemtr. Agent, Caljarj-. ;