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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1909. POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright awl pleasant. Best Cigars ami Tobaccos io stock Barber Shop in of Oliver HOMESTEADER'S WIFE BRUTALLY OUTRAGED The Lyceum Tent Theatre Redpath and Glyn Streets TO-NIGHT, AUGUST 2 MR. RICHARD HINCKS aud bis Popular Company of Local Talent hi DANDY DICK AT POPULAR PRICES SEATS ON SALE AT HIGINBOTHAM'S Long Lake District Scene Of Worst Crime In Western History j Uruilt, Sask.. .July oi the i most horrible and revolting crimes j coiimuUed in Canada occurred i i on Wednesday night near WoUTlOn j i 0. about miles northeast of here, j j AH'a .Nell, a. homesteader upon S.K. j Section -1, Township UG, iiiiuye ii5, j U.2, went to the home oi a neighbor JAlelvin living upon the .N. LI. Section 1G, and knocked at the i The woman was in the j house with two small children, iier i husband having gone to ite-giua upon business at the land ofhce. asked "Who's there, and what i do you want1.'" JSOu" answered, "L :have a sick horse and want some jnitre." She answered "We have no and when he insisted upon.. j coining in she told him io "go noine j land leave me, for i am alone." He replied with a.u oath that he j i would not, and went around to a j window and smashed it in and crawl- j jed through. The woman took her children when she heard him breaking in, and ran upstairs, barricading the j i stairs door behind her. lie broke i IT With half the labor, and at half the cost of other soap, Sunlight does the whole washing in half the time, yet without Injuring the most delicate fabric. Use Jt the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. Trees. AN APPLE STORV u Heavily Loaded in State of Washington. Spokane, Wash., July Hill, foreman at Hillcrest a. forty- ucn- orchard .near Sunny.-idt, Wash., southwest oi Spokane, reports tltflt-' the apple art so heavily loaded this season Uiut he has removed more than two-thirds uf the young fruit tu pj-'-veiit the from being torn down. Five thousand aud thirty-three u'l'll formed apples wpraying mustard contains some valuable data regarding this means of de.-troying the weed. Tbe article in part says: "Hen- and there mustard-spraying lias been tried, with decided success, and at comparatively small expense p'-r acre for material and labor. It should perhaps be explained that the success of tiie spraying treatment de- pends upon the fact that mustard, having a rough, pubescent-leaf, re- tains suHiei..-ni of a copper-sulphate solution kill it, whereas the leaves! of the grain in which the mustard have mostly smjboth, linear leaves, which do not hold enough of tiie solution used to do them any j serious harm. Indeed, it believed by some t.. have a fungicidal value i which really benefits the grain after! tiie slight scorching bus passed off. j Hight or u-n years ago, S.J. Mason i of Oxford County, Out., near Nor- wii-h. began spraying for mustard., has contnued every year since. The must arc? has, been particularly bud on of land that was puehased. though the horn-- farm is infested. The. formula used is ti-r. pounds uf bha-stone forty gal- lons of wat-r which is .sufficient to an aeiv. A spramoior Jiand- puinp i-t the bro- boy is res ting U-ali and in on Steel Range Fresh air is introduced into the Elootenay oven througrh a series of vents at the bottom of the oven door, and the cooking- fumes carried out through another series of vents at the back of the oven. (Arrows in illustration ;ehow metliod- of air in the1 oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor of every articlels completely retained Everything tastes most delicious. FB EE Booklet on request during of thi Cor-iiraiJ-1 ranch this week. was as pre- Mr. J. S. Fenv-lJ way. >'-.'i as of the We are daily receiving la-ge con-i signments of the choicest building Th bringing in the; material and are in a position to give the i you prompt i'Lumber Co. M'CLARYS TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINWIPEC, VANCOUVER, ST, JOHN, HAMILTON LETH8RIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. If yon livrt out of town write us." REPAIR WORK LIFT AT OUR SHOP IS ALWAYS PROMPTLY AT- TENDED TO PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION EVERY TIME IK THIS DEPARTMENT______________ A. EASTON Next to A. Macdoiiald Co. Beside Gray's Ha id ware eveninjr. k'-n mejiiber a rid the i this iihjrniiitr, 10 points will arrive booip arxi discoloration upon her fore-J Augusln Grli. wht-rc he struck her. Her throat j Ida Archibald. Woolf is all bruised and seraich-ej where he j Sin.ldard are going take vhokeil hc-r, and hc-r limbs a mass of sP'-oial foiir.-i' in kindergarten bruises, and tho skin scraped off in 'he 1'rovo University. great patches. The baby, whifh he threw