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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUOUSI i, n NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL BY-UWN.. 1 1-... -f iU_ iiiic the of T _ for the Edmonton, July historic, city oMSdimmton hopes, recaive a viait from Lord An invita- tion has been sent him and' his' an- daily expected. who are familiar with his record in tte Britijh army wiU a point to get a glLmptt 'of the idol of not ohly army but of the whole British Canadian West by awn of Loni Bob- iiaiup is bound to have benefi- cial and far-reaching reeultj. Bailvay in Edmonton not jse numerous nor .traffic -so congested at. the preaant time aa to cause much trouble or or danger to life; yet .there la a day not very far distant when possibly our citizens will understand that the these thingsare -looked'after in of the city be leM accidents to record and homes made desolate by some oue beinfc killed at these treacherous level crow ingt. ikinionton. should take a leaf out of Toronto's book of experience along this line and avoid future trou- ble. There not much wrong ,'w'ith the glowing whicli the Hon. C. W. Croat and Hon. JW- T- Finlay give the newspaper reporters of the crop conditions of the .south tion of a. STAND PIPE, the construc- tion ol a FORCE MAIN, purchase ortte .SITEi PLANT and PROPERTY of the Electric Company, Limited; and'the removal! of the said plant and increasing'' and extending t lie same and and UtionpLa SEPTIC TANK and to is- sue debentures Jw 'the. said sum'of and to provide for the as- and collection "of the sum to retire said .debentures. Whereas rit. is deemed advisable to erect and construct within the City a! Lethhridsfl a ''STAND PIPE and FORCE MAIN; i And Whereas the City has been no tified.that it will be required to erect and.wnsffuct aJ3EPTIC TANK; And Whereas if is deemed advis- ableT to purchase the PLANT, SITE, and PROPERTY of the Lethbridge El i anU iu- crease and.extend the sarne, the es- ifmated 'coet' of the said STAND PIPE FORCE MAIN and SEPTIC TANK, together with the purchase- of the PLANT; SITE .and PROPERTY of the Lethbridge GElectrc .Company, Limited and the removal of the said plant and through which they JULYS will be mentioned in prac "tically every newspaper in the state and; I will get an unlimited amoun _bf advertising without paying ,for it If I .can do this others may. dp th .same, and here is where the law i weak. Any patent medicine vende or other person desiring notoriet can secure ii-by becomuig a candit ate. Before any-person can becom a candidate for office he should be required to file a petition signed b a certain percentage of the Toters. NEW KIND OF WHEAT be sealed'with the seal of the City of Lethbridge, and signed by ita May- or and Secretary-Treasurer, and be payable in Canadian currency, at the Bank of Montreal, in Montreal, a Chicagotenalyst which stated that the liquid only contained 1.77 of al- cohol by weight. But in dolnff "this the brewers had actually convicted themselves, for even 1.43 of alcohol by weight is equivalent to 2.50 of proof spirits which .classes a drink under the Alberta law as intoxicat- ing. The analyst's finding of Ijy weight put this "Jocal option." beer. in a class obviously not among temperance drinks. Then the brewers took counsel and said, "We wilt submit a drink docs come within law." Dr. Re- vell, government f analyst, was brought down, to Calgary to make further tests of the drink, and the second concoction, was also proved to contain alcohol above the. amount perrhitled. Jioth vendors were fined 9100 and costs. This drink called option" beer is said to be not very palatable and various reasons are attributed for its name by the general public. Many believe it was so named by the brewers to prejudice the pubMe ag- ainst "local ontion." as illustrating what men might have to drink should local option come into force to any extent. Others believe that it was intended for shipment to Cardston district, which is a local option sec- tion of the country, and a very Whatever the particular reason of its manufacture and name this in- describable brew did not hold its sway long or find much favor while it was on Discoverwi Near Pro- .duce 2SQ Bushelt to Spokane, Wash., July dia covery of a new variety of wheat o the Hogeye ranch owned by W. W :Ward, seven miles from Dayton south of Spokane, which, i is claimed if cultivated, will yiel bushels an acre, has aroused in tense interest among fanners of tha are work ing on iU classification, states a re cent report An interesting featiir of the species ir the head, whic seven disij.n common base 'really consists of heads, united at Growers in eastern Washington be lieve that if the cereal is found adap ed to cultivation, wheat can be mad to yield, seven times as much aa or dinary John Brining has al found some of the .wheat growing o his ranch. Philadelphia, Pa., July banks and two trust companies c Philadelphia today bid in stocks and bonds of the Lake Superior Corpora- tion -with a par value of which had been held aa collateral by institutions against a loan to Canadian Improvement Company of The aecurites were sold at which nearly equals the amount of the financial institution lot.n. Each institution bid in its own holdings with no opposition. The sale does not affect the status of' reorganized Lake Superior prop- erty, but simply transfers the control of the Lake Superior Corporation from the York interests Red with the Canadian Improvement Co. to the Philadelphia institutions hold the loan. Abe Orpen, the well known Toron- to sporting man and bookmaker seriously ill with typbold fever. Ground -ft off Two hi Leather C ive for Extra Heavy Beards 3.00 Strop Strap Aide THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION JNOHONINQ-NO GRINDING 25c NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES NO RAZOR 8HJLVINQ COMFORT Will Last a Lifetime. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS luve tatot are TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, which is OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the tteel wd in their manufacture is of the finest English and Swedish make. Thi, wonderful (fcscorery a the-result of of experiment and study, and at last there has been ppoduced a razor that witt shaYe any NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. ELECTRIC TEMPERING CARBON to the steel tempering by fife, (the only other method known fo- DESTROYS tbe CARBON whkh is the life of steel Mother nukes of raion must be HONED AND GROUND NOT an edfe any of time, CARBO MAGNETJC RAZORS do not require HONING or GRINDING during- lifetime in priv-ae use; they arc all tempered alike, every part of their blades being subjected to the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG the most cxpemcre grinding known, i DEALER waideliret to you ooe of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 trial, wi-hout oUfatioo oo your part to advantage of this opportunity. Break a way from the barber habit! You will save annuaHr. our in yovr town, and request a copy of "Hints On booklet iHustrates the correct nzot position for iharing every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM also tells you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you ooe by return Finn of A. L. 5ILBERSTEIN, flakers, 459-46! Broad war. N. Y- SOLD BY C. W. GRAY, Lethbridge BARLEY AND HOPS--a food and a tonic. A trifle of an aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure aged- nothing is better for you. It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer." There are many who need it. Your doctor advises beer. The healthiest peoples of the world drink the most of it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong beer." Some A i X-VlUClLctS JTIlUt: UUCS IlQtv Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you. Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it. Alberta's Pride is the home beer, because of its absolute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. 'S Look for the Green Label Phone 79 Lethbridge The Beer that made Lethbridge Famous ;