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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915 THE DAILY HERAtn PAGE FIVE Every Apple has its season, eat it taste the reason Buy British Columbia Apples THESE CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD ARE BEING DEMANDED BY CANADIANS AS THEY NEVER WERE BEFORE, AND RIGHTLY SO. THE HOU8EWIVES OF WESTERN CANADA HAVE COMBINED PATRIOTISM, EppNOMY AND GOOD HOUSEKEEPING BY DEMANDING COLUMBIA FRUIT AND THEY WILL WANT THEIR FULL SHARE OF APPLES FROM THE PACIFIC COAST PROVINCE. Ask For These Varieties Now THE JONATHAN This grown BO wfcll in B. C. Is med- ium size, has a dark rod 'brilliantly striped -with smaller whitish dots. It has a white flesh, a tender juicy texture, and has a sii'lmcld aiid aromatic flavor. Tt is a pop- ular apple both fur eating and cooking'. Tho supply IB ample for all demands. THE KING This' is another fine apple but is not so well known as the others. IL IB large, has a (bright skin. Its flesh is moderate -in grain, and tbe flavor is high. Tt. is an ex- cellent apple both for dessert and ordinary use in October and November. THE COX OKANGK It Is a small to medium sized apple, most- ly yellow with splashes of red and Is some- times partly blushed with dull red. This is the highest quality apple in the world and commands the highest prices on Oov- ent Garden Market, .London. Us flesh is fine grained and crisp, is very juicy and highly aromatic. THE WAGNEK Is a medium to large sized apple with a thin, smooth and gloss skin, which is a bright pinkish red color and is strip- ed mottled with a pale yellow. Its flesh' is tinged with yellow, firm, fine grained, very juicy and aromatic. It !s one of the best for dessert and Buy Them by the Box Practice economy by buying British Columbia boxed apples and be sure of well packed and good keeping apples at all times. Those who dwell In apartment houses as as householders will find purchasing applet In this way to their advantage. Buy a box of desiert and cooking app'lcs at the same and thus have right at hand the right apple at the right time. GET A B. C. APPLE BOOKLET AND BECOME ACQUAINTED WITH THESE FAM- OUS APPLES. IT IS SENT FREE BY ADDRESSING W. E. McTAGGART, B. C. FRUIT MARKETS COMMISSIONER, 328A. j Karrnets in southern Alberta, par- ticularly around Lelhbridgc, arc pre- paring exhibits for the big annual Western Canada Irrigation conven- tion which IB 1o lie field at- Hassano on November 23, 2i and 35. The con- vention is to presided over hy Hon. Duncan. Marshall, minister of "agriculture, and Prof. W. H. Fair- not ity of the hoof. entire fleshy por-, jiy which it, is carried out. Ifc is lie- ticn o! the fool'is involved, and the ing distributed to applicants by The pain arising accounts for the charac-. Publications Branch of the Deiiart- terisfele manner In which the animalj ment of Agriculture at Ottawa. stands, the -superincumbent weight of.j _ the body continually aggravating the! inflammation and increasing the ner-J DISTRIBUTION OF SEED GRAIN vous excitement. It -------y b, tho latter being an indication at the heels and at the of probable 'yield. Prizes, be applied. this'class and Best six-Inch bundle oi alfalfa, tall- est..: SB.00 and Best peck and J5.00. of alfalfa seed. While the activities Stock Branch of the D> partment of Agriculture to the organization of Egg.and Poultry Marketing lions, have been largely confined date, to thc .eastern pro1 Dominion, the. net-d and for work of this kind iu provinces have not been From the [act that marketing of poultry products something' entirely new .thought advisable to thoroughly out-the practicability of the before extending., it to Satisfactory results h. _ taihed' in the cast arrangements now being made to cxtei to the western provinces The new field to., be organized receive the benefit c' tioh. Mr. T. A. Ben past three years has been in of the co-operative organization Princo Edward Island, ferred to. the province Jill a position similar he has held in Prince Edward Island Mr J II Ware, u ho has had an course and later, during active in the field Mr. Kerr has made a spe- cial study of ol the co operative marketing of farm products. He enters >tho work in Prince Edward Island, therefore, well Timothy Best bundle quality and Value for hay being tha chief consideration, ?5.00' and Western Rye Best six-inch bundle. ?M'f) and Best six-inch bundle (value for and Brome Best six-inch bundle late. Samples cannot be sent in re- sporiee to applications fno matter when received) which fail to state clearly the needs of the applicant, his experiences in crop-raising, and the character of the soi'l on which, he In- tends to sow the aaed. All applications for grain (and ap- plications from the provinces of On- tario and for potatoes) should SEAt BRAND COFFEE There are oilier Goifees are n o t "Seal Brand" In 1 (tnd 2 pound canfc Whole also Fine Ground for CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL bo addressed to the .Dominion Cereal- ist. Central Experimental Farm, Qt, tawa. Such require no postage. If otherwise addressed, de- lay and disappointment may occur.. Applications for potatoes from far- mers in any other province should be addressed (postage prepaid) to tha Superintendent of thc nearest branch Experimental Farm In that province. shoe the horse moves over the ground with less concussion. Give him gentle exercise two. or three- times daily until he moves freely. THE AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTION ACT There has bean issued at Ottawa the first report of work accomplished by the provinces under provisions of thc Agricultural. Instruction Act. It fs entitled "Report of Agricultural {value for 55.00 and Instruction Act, and em- extensive experience in this work, not HEADACHE? Thousands of persons who have never known a day's sickness in any other form arc subject to frequent attacks of. Headache that almost driw them mad. Whatever the be aeff tlr caUse, the immediate condition that produces the pain is a congestion or filling up of the blood vessels of the brain with blood, thus causing a prce- nure on the biam cells and nerve filaments, In treating all forms of Headache the first thing to do is to relieve the congestion of the blood vessels of the brain. Abbey's tffcncscent Sa't in Uxative doses does this promptly. Sold mrywhere at 25c. and Me. Full blooded people who arc subject to frequent attacks of Headache can be entirely relieved by taking lawtive doses of the Salt ever> morning Headaches fraa Indigestion and Biliousness are also entirely banished by continuing the uv. of the Salt until the normatl notion of the tivcrand ttoraach is restored, 8 equipped to take up the problems that ttevelopLd m connection with thc advanced nature of thc work at that point i The Canadian Copper company lias issued an order, effective the 1st November, that all smelter and sur- face employees will hereafter -work an eight-hour shift, instead of or twelve hours, at the 'same rate of wages as for the" long hours J. D. Sold by Hlglnbotham Co., A FARM WORKSHOP (Farmers' Advocate) By farm workshop we do not mean an elaborately fitted tullding with power plant, lathe, forges and a lot of other pieces of machinery that maj or maj not be ot uae In a farm' equip- ment We have seen efficient work shops In the corner of a granary m a lean-to or the "stable. We: have aleo seen .the. workshop: in a, separate building, where the whole building was occupied wftlt Costly apparatus, id yet- it was .nothing -b.ut a niess and sehlc.n end were Limited i boxes In which assorted naila of THE CHARM OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Phyw- Health. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VKBT LOW EOTIND TEIP FARES FROM' TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, Crmmt- KOOTINAV LOO. AND EAST OFCai DHiam IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 8.S. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th to De- cember 31st, 1915, and good for five months. THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS and full information at all Canadian Paolnc Railway Oillces t. MITCHELL, Ticktt Afltnt, Ltthkrldgs. R, DAWSON, District Passengtr Agant, Calgary. rag one to most women and marks dis- tinctly an epoch in their lives. Mot woman in a hundred is prepared or on dentands how to properly for her- self. Of course nearly every woman nowadays medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experi- ence with an organism unfitted for trial of Btrength, and when It if over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Folkming right open this the nerrow strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than happy and healthy mother of ehildnn, indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The nneiplainable thing it that, with all the evidence ot shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am- ple time In which to prepare, women will persist in going blindly to OH trial. at this time shoaHrely upon Lydla E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound, a most valuable Mace and of tbe female In many once childless there are now Children be- cause of the. fact thai J-ytSaE- Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and alrong. If (social ta TnrMtarwIU lie npmtt, read ani k i irnua akd keM b itrM Red Best six-inch bundle and Winter six-inch bundle. and -Hard .Winter six-inch sheaf. and'52.50. Best bushel threshed grain. and Hard Spung Best siv-mch shraf fi 00 Best bushel threshed grain. and six-inch sheaf. and Best bushel threshed grain. and six-inch sheaf. and Best bushel threshed grain six ears field corn. S2.50 and: Best six ears sweet corn. and 00 Best twelve stalks fodder corn. and peck of llax seed. .and peck of potatoes. and Sugai sit 00 and 50 Tiunips (Field Roots) six specimens. peck- of'onions. and ?2 50. "three heads. and H.OO. Garden farmer's own garden. To consist of not less than different sorts of vegetables A reasonable quantity of each re- quired. 50 and 00 Pre Ened glass jar of preserved or canned fruit, either cultivated or wild 00 and tuo losses home-made bread, haled bj farmer's uife, sister or daughter 00 and (2 00 I home-manufacture bj farmer's wife, sister or i prints of one pound eich 00 and 01) I D O'Donnell of Billings, Mont, who is advisor to the United States Reclamation Service Board, is a prac- tical rarmei, and for hss been farming in Montana So proficient and competent an Irrigator did he be- come that the Reclamation Service Board have been after bim foi a oou Pie of years, and tlna'.ljr last tear in- duced him to accept a position on that hods- He will be present at the con- vention. D. Havs, the engm- charge o! the Southern Alberta negation system, has wcgntlv com- iletcd a "Cost Sjstera of Accounting Or which fce will eiplain o the meeting, Illustrated by charts success 'of the conven- Ion of the Alberta Union of Municipal ties Bassuno last wert has emonstrsted to every one that, the Itt'f "dam1' town knows how to con- luct a in busincssltkt man- at ttie same..Ume entertain ts visitors j matters including a plained, of the Unite bodies a full 'statement of the scope and nature of tho measure followed by a review, in nine sections, of the work done in each province. A sec- tion also is devoted to the ceterinary colleges 01 Canada, toward which a-year is granted. Another section covers the subjects of "Agri- cultural Education in Ag- ricultural Instruction in "School and other list, briefly er- ,ted States federal appropriations for agricultural in- struction. Tbe report shows, among other things, that one hundred and fifty-five permanent instructors, pro- fessors, supervisors, directors, dem- onstrators -and many assistants, have' been appointed by the various prov- inces and are being provided for through the Agricultural Instruction i Act. In addition, a large number of] Tiagnificent buildings have been erected j torn these iunds throughout Canada The report embodies one hundred and "orty-five pages, of text in addition' lo sixteen pages illustrating the buildings constructed. The report i shows that work done by each province is varied according to local leeds and conditions. Much -of 'it, lowever, .is common to.all the prov- 'and varies only in the method Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lcthbrfdge Floor, Hull Block, John Billings Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants. WANTED 200 CATtS NO. ONE POTATOES White preferred. Sacked f. o. b. Letli- bridge. Wij'e Quotations Quick! SinclairBrokerageCo. Winnipeg. 321 otll Si. S. Lcthbridgc Phone 1425 GRAIN! Your Business is Growing is thc Get Together OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU CONSIGNMENTS WIRE PR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 We will give1 your business quick and intelligent attention 7th Street South, in Sherlock Building (Ground Flowi) W. K.-PORTER, Manager Leth bridge Branch. Head OfticerrAYirinlpeg. Grain Exchange. of Scotia. IN HORSES, HOW TO TREAT IT] Founder in horses is looked upon s a serious trouble that may render in animal incapable of hard work on [Solid road. It-consists of an inflam- natory condition of the sensitive membranes which dove-tail into one nnthtr, situated on the internal as- pect of thc lioof o( the horta, and out- Ide surface of tlie coffin' hfne con- tained wiUiui, and which U Uw 600 RAMS FOB SALE AH 350 2-yetr-old blood Lincoln Rams; 3frO half-blood Un- colna. To be dellTered f.o.b. Coutti Alberta. P. H. BUCKLEY Orsss Montana Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Implements FOUR AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH-EAST OF Coaldale, on S.E. 1-4 of 6-9-19 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5th Evtrythlr.g mutt bo loin proprietor li giving up firming. HORSES One Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1400, One Mare, Jennie, S years old; -weight HOD. One Gelding, Jim, S yeirs old, Weight limr. j One Geldtar, Slim, 7 years old, weight 1350, One Gelding, 10 years old, weight 1050. ID years old, 1060 HOGS 6 brood'sows 13 jtore 150 Bis. en. 20 atoro about SOlbs. ea. 40 store about CHICKENS About 100. 75 tons o! alfalfa in itaok, will he sold by the ton or built IMPLEMENTS Gang plow, Dmnng Sulky plow, Dewing Double Diftc Harrow Set of Iron. Narrows. Drill, Sudvjr. j McConnick Binder McConnick Mower, Large Grain TauK Wagon Wagon, nearly new Democrat Wagon. Hay Ralte Bundle Rack Sickle Grinder Deering Hone Power Grinder 2 brake 'bottoms for. sulky plow 4 Gang nearly new De Cream Separator. 6 .nets Double Harnees. Forks, Sbovols and TERMS AND Cash, thrta mentlia cradit on furnlthing approved joint notes with 8% on ali amounts, or 10% off for cash on all amounts, J. A. SMITH, O. H. ;