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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta L E T H B RTP G E e Demountable Rims THe 1916 Maxwell is equipped with de- mountable rims, and has the same size tire on four wheels. Two vitally important features. To replace a" tire oil the road it is only nec- essary to loosen five bolts; slip off the flat tire; slip on spare rim and tire; tighten three boltt, and proceed. We are waiting to take you for a test ride in the car that has broken all low "Fis-st-Crat" records, and is breaking all low 'EectricStnrkr BectricLigMs __ htaqiKiilfjitttion. hidd A SCENE NEAR TYANGOBOD n'a few Russian and German officers are examining SATURDAY, QCTQBEB 23, 1915. pucia'ily as -regards '.arrangements for retrikerator car service, for tho proper carrying out of which by tho railway companies tho department holds itself responsible. From May to October, the railways In 'Ontario, Quebec and Nora Scotia must run 'refrigerator cam weekly or for the can-lane of butter at regular rnlos, and without extra charge tor Icing. Commencing from 'he midd'io ot Juno, and for eleven weeks hence, the department pays icing charges 'up to per car for the conveyance ot cheese. Similar ar- are In force for tbe car- riage of fruit from August 1 to Octo- ber J. The work of the Seed-Commission- er's branch, which gains In Import- ance, yearly, is told In detail, as is I that of the Livestock branch, tho act- ivities, of which are farther reaching than ever they wore. A full account tho grading of wool is given. j Reports from all the Dominion Ex- perimeutal farms and stations mm- cato tho wide scopo ot the work that is being done, and the remarkable var- iety of tests and experiments, that are undertaken. This part of the re- THE nous FRUIT JPCINE Relieved More ot Stomach, Lirer, Blood, Kidney ancf Skin Trouble Than Any Other Medicine THOUSANDSQWETHEIR GOOD HEALTH TO IT are uneaen. port will bo found especially eulight- WiUi Tonici Fruit-a-tives ic.. of Comb'mi nd Anliieytio. means health. years to come, people will look back to enm. reiauvo comprehensive j tho discovery of 'Fruit-a-tives and nature of the operations at the farms ,vonder how they over managed to get and' stations. along without these wonderful tablets, made from "FHUTr-A-TIYKS" is excellent for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Sour Stomach. Tniit-a-tives' is the only certain remedy that will correct chronic Constipation and Livir trouble. 'Fruit-a-tives' is the greatest Kidney Details of the proceedings of the; Fruit and Entomological branches are deserving of minute attention, being from wc the complete renon can be oh- tained tree, also, receives attention, as does the branch of tho Canadian Com- missioner of the International Insti- tute of Agriculture. THE PLACE FOR DISKING STUBBLE LAND land that is thus disked leaves much ticable, to grind of the stubble on or near the sur- ta- nd private, investigators, has surroung fall at the elevator, around ne loaning platform and 'he c and -s Ii 'the "grain is removed possible after it is cut, poD _ laud, tbis jdea, ,.nd In- _ au, s e, U.so ol other that aigestlbllity 'may be or s esiieriKuiiu to LU.H. .1-.. ..-o------ be fed dry meal In such a manner that they cannot wistc it, they make as good use of it as when it is wet. There is more' tendency to waste feed when a considerable number of hogs are fed out of the same trough. Troughs arranged so' as to prevent crowding will tend to lessen the waste. In cold pens, dry meal feeding has some ad- vantages, and mixing dry meal .with an equal weight ot pulped roots makes a'good ration. Under ordinary condi- tions, it is difficult to see much ad- vantage from dry feeding. teed is another practice which seems to give variable ______ _______ _ cat63 that aigestlbllity 'may e accordlng to ejperimenta easea rather than increased by cook- seems ,lule doubti how case ot dry-bard iOaUlUJi' machine, compare crop yield; back of tfed cultural methods crop, and then study out t will be -doslrovctl, Gist QFSQSKU iaium i.utn< -T will jio't destroy all j ing jn the case of many feeds.- Tnero such weeds btit it will destroy gome fee-da which are-rendered "Si weeds as effectively as the M- feeds which are eaten readily with- the out cooWnSi it may be taksn.as set- .nelllnll fJUIV SUCU AVCClia iia ci'wwv..-.j Targesr' gang plow, but it will get over land much more and th. Out COUlviUS, it lis is fed that cooking or steaming is poor economy. Instead of com- lSk mendable practice, cooking is some- ajl thing which should be "avoided as far -win nermit-and em- thitiof cultivation that gave as circumstances will em U3 nft ployed only when feeds ,are -not ac- the .'land is disked the -soil lable in the raw state. Where oes'not pay to laugh at tie neigh- tibn that gave such a yield, and w ma the effect, of grinding, It being the eect, o erallv supposed that "gruldtnsr would erav he more effective in the ?ase of sma Voaking is to be-com In- the case of meal freshly ______feed will likely give as good results as soaked feed. practice of fer bor more bUEheis per acre than the home about 175 years. Can't Do Without Them plowed when it is plowed later. enecuve m me is in itself a great advantage in a be mo drv it may make the diner- grama question to review ex7 ence between fairly good .nlowing wori detailjin regard to no plowing at. all- -nint. but It may- be said that oi soil moisture. Tins 4 beneflel 1; Sometimes vantage of the ground grain has uentlv found in soils in-dry seasons j, niUrl fields from which grain has been New Homo Cure That Anyone Can eaped. But the two other benefits use without Discomfort the soil., moisture comes natiu" ic moisture has largely left oil prior to the disiihg, but_l the up and av follow that been...men.tion n "One is to (in .the moisture hat may fall as stated, and the ther is to make the plowing easier. In the spring the advantages irom are apparent Use Without Discomfort Wo Ne ehthat cures REVERSING THE CASE ('farmer's Just ten short months ago wheat _.. ci ,inr liijRtifM ano this incident shows the fallacy ot hop-, ins to overtake top prices in any commodity produced: on the farm. The man 'who gets the high prices is the man who lias the goods when the high prices are attained. To be for- ever jumping from the production of one commodity to another in an en- deavor to overtake the high price UllSi un as scllinR at S1.20 bushel and ies of these ;are with a view to making ID farm. Su.f-, at low sale prices.. There art irices last such farms. WOMEN, MARRY BROKEN HERDED; Ernest Hough- ton. a Bristol rector, has started an r eruieuuiis.j-nu menting feed for swine was formerly much more common than it is at pre- sent. In the case of cotton-seed meal the Texas station recommends the cotton-seed with other meals, an allow the whole mass to sour. Th New Hampshire station obtained be! ter results from fermented bran thar from unfermented bran. With feed well adapted to pig feeding it is.no likely that fermentation would be o any bejiefit. THE FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUR The report of the Minister of Agn culture for Canada for the year end ing March 31, 1915, is a full and com plete story of tho operations of th department in all its divisions an WMaTi ann branches. It is consequently a ver r miccA feed? As we see it, the TnYlopn ihRrfi J i_ in revenue fica it to say that low p........-. for hogs persuaded many people drop hogs like they would a red-hot poker and this fall .finds an increased lemand lor hogs even from Europe, and the supply is somewhat short. In Western Canada the supply .is very short and the market is offering high- [on- a "jr prices than elsewhere for liogs. On appeai to patriotic women ot the na- the'other hand, 'the limited carrymg ti tlleir 1 ves toReiterate capaeitv on iho Atlantic has greatly increased' freight rates which, togeth- er with a huge :crop, has had. a very bearish effect upon wheat. Here we find the position ot t-h3 hog and the wheat bin reversed. -However, at the present .moment it would appear that we might wel re- view farming methods .instead o storming at unforeseen conditions and see Whether.or not the best metnods lave been employed during the past ,ears on the farm. Last fall and during the we told very cmphat.cally that it did not pav to Iced wheat at a dollar icr bushel and other feed correspond ..i now tion IO JJ1VO vucii the-condition of maimed heroes of the war by marrying 'hem. He has aunched a 'league for the of broken heroes." pet iiuauci mlv high lo six cent hogs, fbut .._ the question comes up, nould it have paid to have led this high priced feed to breeding stock during the year in order to be fuming off hogs at 58 00 which had been finished on 75 cent., wheat and .other correspqndma- __.- _j 1 Ac it. to disk stubWes' that are to] e spring plowed, is using time hat in many instances had better be evoted to the sowing of gram, or o plowing land in making it reads or sowing Were it not for the delay sowing there would be some ad- from .disking stubble land It vould mix trash on the surfacei v th he soil, and when this -was'.boned ubEeouently by plowing, it would ,ot hinder the rise o! tbe moisture in nrder to sustain the growing cro.P' This benefit would also come .to soils that are disked in. the autumn when :hcy arc covered with trash at the ime of disking. When stubble land is to be aunnner- fallowed, tbe plan is good whicn disks it in the early spring as soon as-time can be secured for the work in areas that arc deficient m mois- ture. Such early disking not only pre- vents the escape of moisture but it opens the top soil for the. admission o moisture. The. way is thus pave for the more plentiful growth of be destroyed by the later may afso he used with'ad- vantage in nearirall instances in preparing lantf that blows for acro[ of grain iKl h'to grain. The mate you live, no .matter, what your or occupation, if youjre troubled with asthma, oar ..method should re- to send it to those apparently hopcjess, cases, "hero all forms of Inhalers, etc., have failed. We want to even-one own expense that this new method Is desilgned to end all difficult nreathinf, wheez- ing, and ail Ihose tcrrfhle paroxysms it once and for all time. This free offer Is too Important to neglect a single day.' Write now and then begin the method.lt once. Send no money. Simply Mail coupon low. Do it Today. informative publication. Indeed, there is a deal in the report of which ery municipal officer, as well as every one interested in agriculture and the public health might advantageously become possessed. In particular has this reference to the regulations re- lating to tuberculosis, formulated for the purpose of ensurlng_ a pure and wholesome milk supply for cities and towns, and especially to prevent the sale of milk from tuberculous cows. In this, connection it might be men- tioned (Jiat the. department under takes, through the Veterinary Direct- or-General, to aid any city or town acting -under the'regulations to carry them out and to control bovine tuber cjilmis. V Owners' and managers o 1 cold storage plants ase reminded that under an ot June 20 1914, thcyWist give the public the preference In the use of -refrigerated ipace, and must not contract to gi'i'e said space to one firm to the exdu sion ;ot the general public.) Particiiltrs are given of amendments to the Destructive Insects .and Pes Act. Information is also conveyed re IV low prituu