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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta SoplenUHT 21, DAILY HEUALD 309 5lh STREET SOUTH CO ALD ALE BLOCK SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, SEPT. 23 Infants1 Flannelette Jackets good tui-ii hack t'rcru, and cuffs: wide collar, merceriz- ed close shell slilched eilges. iiilU bow neck, crenm, blue, pink and white, with contrnsLIiig HtHch ing. price.. .15c. holes; Plan ahell stitched boiLoms, while, blue and pink, price ...........15c Flannelette Jackets Good flannelette Ivimona, sleevea, mercerized yhell blitched edges; silk .bow neck, price 10c. Cciii-tii' Pieces, J.aLest Lhing in Jabots Pillow'Tops. Girls' Scimol Capa..... .Men's Fell Hals .....___ 25c .10c lo 25c 1Qc to 25c 15c to 25c .......25c. 25c WHITE ANGORA POODLE DOGS 8x71-2 WELL MODELED, NATURAL GLASS EYES, WHITE .BODY, LONG WHITE SILKY FUR MANE AND TAIL, RIBBON BOW PRICE...... Also a large line of Towels, Fancy Belts, Fancy Crockery and Kitchen Ware Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHOniCGE, ALTA.'- RepreEen'-ing Cau.-'Puc. Raihuiy Royal 3Iuil Steamers, Ciinadiaii Nortborn Halway Itoj-Hl SlHll SLeamera. Allan lJlua Royal Stoam- White Star, Montreal, Quebec ami Nov.- Vorlc Cunard Line, New Vork, and C-.uv.icU.m service. Donaldson Line, lo and. from lied Star. American French Line. Anchor Line- V Ki'.oiburt; America, Amci'Ican. RyRpIan AmerlcRM Scundluavliin-AjnerictLD And rtll oilier Iniiib-Aihintic SLeainiEhiii Reduced rail fnres in connec- tion Inforuiittion us to arrival anil rtepnrinrts ot-boats, oi'. Uio vsirioud IKies cheerfully siven. Call or write. J 'S. B. MITCHELL-, Ticket Agent, C.P.-R. ----FOE----- Life. Sickness, AcuiileiH, Ll- llhllily, Fillnlil.v, Fire, Hall, Griiin, Unrglary. Plate Glass Livestock ,'E Rentals Money to Loan Snaps in Farm City Property JOHN R. REVILL Hoom 'I, Itirkliam Block 3rd Ave. S. PHONES: Office 1018 Residence 466 THE SILO AND THE FARM FroiM Dry Fanning Congresa The most fertile soil In the world can-not, but become Impoverished In tluio by continuous cropping wheat and oilier grains. Jliiuy farmers In the United States have learned this lesson to their sorrow, and n great many 'Canadian farmers are profiting by the lesson American farmers learn- ed at- such cost lo themselves, says the Farmers' Advocate. Instead oE de- voting their cnlire farms every year to grain raising, they are wisely tak- ing up dairying and stock-raising and thereby returning to the land part of the fertility of which the grain crops rob it every year. Iu both dairying and stock raising one of the most important considera- tions is being able to insure a. green fodder during a. good part of the year. Formerly both dairy and beef stock suffered severely whenever any section was subjected to protracted drought In middle or late summer. The danger oC this, however, can tic prevented in ovory by building :ind flllms siloa. "vVhcn the silo was first Introduced and began to become popular, it was thought that its great mission was to provide a substitute for forage crop during the long winter months and thus keep up the supply of milk. A little Inter, dairymen discovered that the silo was just as valuable as a means for providing a substitute for grass in protracted dry weather in the summer time, and dairymen began to navors put up silage for both winter and sum-1 threc tQ fom, iner feeding. that na_s the well-filled eilo. When the farmer comes to the realization of the fact that the best investment he can make la the erection of a silo, the next Question is, "What Tiie iirst thing to be decided Is whether the 'silo will bo built of wood, sheet iron, ce- inent or brick. Silo authorities seem to consider that for the Canadian West at lenst wood IB the most suitable material for silo construction. This is true In any climate where extreme cold weather is experienced- Cement, stone, or brick allow the air to get at the ailage, which causes It to spoil, while a -well constructed wood silo excludes the ah1. Furthermore, wood is a poor conduc- tor of cold, while, cc.raent, metal are good conductors, and in >a wood silo "the ,frost does, not have .the same deteriorating action upon thr silage as in silos other construcljon- Prof. Henry of the pcriment 'Station has said that proL- ably but very few stone silos will be built in the future. He says that the walls of a silo should'be non-coudu tors of heat, cold or moisture, th; takiug all things into consideration 'a round wooden stave silo has proved most satisfactory. The fermentation of corn ailage essentially the change of sugar into several acids. The silage undergoes a ripening similar to that of cheese softening the fibre, making the pro teins more digestible and adding agree- Friend of the Stock Raiser It is only within the last two or three years, however, that beet rais- ers generally have begun to find otil that ihe silo is just as great a friend FINE PROSPECTS fN TEXAS I Of the stock raiser ns of the dairymen, especially for summer feeding. There are a' few formers in Canada and a good many in the United States who I have found a silo a valuable adjuncl Dry-Farming Proves Successful and are a few Splendid Crops are Assured Austin, Texas Dry-1 for a of veQrs Past- a'nd ycl j. Farming Congress will hold ils annual J meeting .it Uvalda 20-22. II. P. Aftwater, industrial of the Sun- sat-Central lines, who laas just return- ed from a conference with F. M.Gctz- endiincr, secretary of; tho congress, states that great interest is already being taken by tho farmers and busi- ness men of Uvalde, arid, the meet- Ins will ho the greatest in the history of the organization. Prof. Attwater stntd.s that crop pros- FRECKLES Don't Hide them with a Veil; Remove them with the new Drug An eminent sMn specinlisl rc- cfinly a new drug. oUilne-iIouMe which IK so uniformly .-successful hi re- anil giving !i rleur beautiful complexion tbiil l! is sold by D. UlgiDliolhnni Co, Ltd., undtjr an absoluic Riiiirauicc to refund tho money If it inila. Don't hJdo your freckles un- der a voil; pet an ounce of oihinc and remove ihein. Even iho lirst nisht's use will show n wonderful improvement some of Ihe liphior freckles vanishing entirely. 11 is absolutely harm- less, and cnnnot Injure ihe mosl tender skin. Be sure iii aak for tho double- strcngili It is tills thru Is sold on the money b'ack suar- antuc. .1. D. irifflnbothain fi Co., Un. many farmers seem to have been slow in coming to the realization of the full benefits of the silo for dairymen and slockmen. There can he no question whatever that the very best insurance in world against disastrous droughts is (the stock. This ripening lasts ,-eeks. Any farm pro lough sugar to be fer men ted into acid can be profitably siloed. The following mixtures make [airly well balanced rations: Alfalfa and rye, clover and timothy or wheat and oats, oats and jieas, and corn with cow peas or soy beans. Mature corn silage of better quality with less weight. Nothing excels the feed' ing of silage, especially legume silage, during the dry summer months tor keeping the milk flow up to its highest point. SilOE have become popular in East- ern Canada. Those who have built in the West arc satisfied. Tho nest dc- cn.dc will see attention paid to this means of providing green fodder for CANADIANS SPLENDID SHOWING Won Fair Share Honors at -I.b.0. F. Degree Work Competitions Winnipeg, .SulH. The Hovcveinn Oniiiil Lodge of Die r. 0. 0. V. clos- ed lust night witll some ul tlte niosl I picturesque ceremonies ui llic sueccss- ful convention, parlieuhirly in which Ille ladles and children imticipiiLed. The prize w liners in nil llic various competitions were also announced anil Canadians linvc cut no mean figure in llic showings. In firs I degree work Saskatoon carried on "in. the liehckali degree work Edmonton took in class A. and in class B got 1150 and Dauphin S100. liut Kcgina ladies look lilio place at the head ol all in class A in the Kebekah' beating tlie. world and being awarded the lirst prize of-J350. Miss Palmer, of Rc- gina, got a special prize ior profici- ency. Initiatory Degree, C'lass First prizcSSOO, St. Paul I.odpe No. 2, St. Paul, Minn. Second prize North .Star No. 6, Minneapolis. Third prizo S200, Ellen Lodge No. 3-1, Wil- mington, .Del.' Class B, no first prize awarded. Seo ond prize Portage Lodje, Port- age La Prairie. First. Degree, Class First prize f North Star Lodge No. li, Min- TRIED TO BUY CHICAGO POLICE Chicago, Sept. police ad- mitted last that two men ;ire minor arrc-st in .Chicago .in connection vv'iih (lie hank rohliery at New niinsler sonic Lime ago, but, wonli nol say whether they are the twelqre yours, ;thcre is some one thing account :'for It. The best farmers are those They, are nl.ways earning. If they make mistakes, and' hey Jill farmers arc Just as luman as other roen, in spite of some leople's ideas, lake those inls- akes' sis 'lessons and do not repeat hem. SS Dry Ph'ilosophy Men an' wimmin dlffunt, but >utty much all boys'am erlike. It's a mighty hard matter for'us to ee the had points in a thieE who la Tilling to-lend us money, or1 the'good Private Sale Of High Class Household Fur- niture Including ,'t 1 kliclren table. 2 chairs-. 1 parlor. gulte, 3 piece any 1. leather couch l dJniug "table quarter :1 oak, round. 1 Mahogany parlor table 1 kitchen range 4 vugs, l 1 ecwlng- machiqe 1 iron and brass bed, spring .arid mattress. T- large" china cabinet' '-1 ._ brass bed, springs tress" and 'otlier1 ;'uten'Sils. HICKS 1703 :1ciit polhta-in an honest, man; fiised. to-do us a-favorvrHuman-nature H a weak rascal, anyhow.; It Isn't what-a man-Is thai: rnakea him happy; It's what hep.thinks Unreserved Auction Sale of Horses, Wagons and Harness GALVIN'S SAUE BARN, 327 WOOD STREET, 'v' On Tuesday, September 24. AT ONE O'CL'OCK'-SHARP 1 team of geldings 7 and S ycara old, about 1300 Ibs each. team of mules, 5-years old, about 1250 UJB each. ,'Y I (earn of geldings, 5 years old, about 1200 Ibs. each 1-tcain of geldings, 5 years old, about 1300 Ibs each v I team of eeldlngs, S years old, about 1400 Ibs. each .Driving horse, 5 yrs. old, buggy, harness, all complete, nearly new..-" 1 driving team yonies, 5 years, well .maichcd. 4 saddle ponies. Thoroughbred Shorthorn cow, 4 years, with calf al foot, 2 months 3 good daiiy cows. 3 lumber .wagons; 2 single buggies; 2. sels double harness; 2 sati single harness; 1 cook mnye, nearly new. 2 ladies side and other articles 100 numerous 10 mention. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER; AUCTION SALE Household Furniture TUESDAY, SEPT., 24 At 1.30 p.m., at 308-7th Avenue A. South (Brunton Street) L. AVlfiSON, Auctioneer, is .favored with instructions from .Mrs Jones, who is leaving for the easi, to sell the following with- out reserve-: Seven hrflsa mounted irop beds, springs ami mattresses; drcsserii and stands; seven cnrjiot one sideboard; 10 diners, extension lablus, inaiioliiiny centre tables; one Roman chair, niahognny; one pedesuil, 1 sanitary couch; 1 Morris chair upliol-stcrefl in IctuUcr; 1 onU coinbinnvion bookcase and writing desk; lied room chairs, centre tables, silverware, glassware; 1 six- hole warming and hot water front; several rockers; one sewing machine, dishes, plants, refrigcr.nor, wri-iig- er, lawn mower, robber hose, kitchen utensils. No Cash W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER PHONE 1023 Alaaktt will some day provide fnrm- rrg in lower altitudes with grain seeds superior to what they can grow at home.'1 Why send out of town c-t your VULCANIZING done at home by D. E. MacDonald EXPERT LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH Hear Sporting Goods Old Stand 112.5th St. S., Phone 1039 ;