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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE iXTHBRIDGE DAILYTflERALD EftwlaV MTAM.ISHED (XCCMltK HW ky the FriMlitf Ud., IU llxth Alb.rU, A. Utiogtni DtracWr T. W. 9UAYLI 1224 JOHN TOKKANCI PHONI: Ckeirittlw 1252 DAILY delivered..... .Ju, delivered t BMtfcs. delivered 1 mootb, delivered tliliiMi i .is oftta M oXirM, trirt Mrtk'iww ut raus ln'j'iilifiil iimi llic If h> -ind Iliiil will Ihwr rxii will certainly flying in .tlaf-air' rimy Income Ilk: njh! iiiitoiii! ijh, l.j Tnkc duti for Tlie doctor-jrUl I-1 il n K .1 r-i .1 I. x ;i; piy._fabvl' j _' I rl. i fc. lar.! sl-ulh-s r.with the. soldier and the craving da'vsJrircampi., If'is''told King's'prize.winner 'ai'Bisfey, ''_- thai is soon as he made the shot put.lhe. great his poMrHinn tr lighlrt! and sinoVed Here's !lie pipe a ncnci on gn'iil 1'hc tkh's mil jiTt-.-t sigh't or ncry soldier to jiipc ix1 drivrh. world wi'h liial lloiled Regi.iiirlv" Thr c vkoi-i. niil >r driving al. iir .ale bis of th.' Montana; ir waa cn'ih- a W, ,_iK-a an' under it Of ir.o wuuju iraai.-.: 1'V-ai a; (a: i ,'ii-inli ir iwelj as the consumer.' dairying i s. doing where Jt is most in we'all knoWi is a pioneer in (twilhmi pari'pf Prpjance, .The farmers there eitensively, and as a rtsirlt theCardsion cream ag6i now, we find tt' View is thriving. As Ihe idea grows 1' ,-v-- Machmerj'. men, lumber company agents and rtpresen- lativcs of banks are'seen climbing farm fences in dirKctiO'i thcsc dnys.x AH eyes the crops and big cnililors display ,n intense KI-JI! ir i.! f- ftr The steady increase in the number of sfock on the farm? i'..i. :-.t (ai AINr'.i is-one of the genuinely significant and .a! l.'TH 6.- picture .of luxurlantr'gr. and TD.'ustarc. i: nr to ol I: o najo JL MDOua :l 'of a.'raaniifacturera1 ibout.tlme that "such" by-' a; alii _ spread over the I'when 'that .day Alberta.will.consume its" own iii liar, and not New- Zeaiiiid.butter and Eastern Trkirtary to in the irrigated district oppor- wiil this }ine; When the farmers down 16 i' of tteir holdings _______ wiB br eirfnfcvTJy raiicd, and. then .will come cheese 'I-el old methods drop (rapidly anil revcniic ycttrly, Public private ownership of water vastly considerations. The City duce the facts, arid flgu.res based on the cities owning works meters. Facts show lhatjthe sugtr.beet can be grown to net a IffS" profit than'.wheat." JFarmers should Uns up with profit making enterprises and grow some beets. The King's son, will go to Eton and be treated like other stales a Why shouldn't he be treated Hke any it .would be'difficult to imagine, that the reign- ju'lt would, wish 3'i lw 'Wl, .tniclUd by' collccfori- frost.; J IgbW tlw fuiltti Intelllge'ntlr; ts this '-Jf r. v to avoid rn h .men's methoiJs time, has' !o feaVri; fesirtjng" I! i- I'..P i eoTf course d "pjli (or their" dlt-l' JA New -Vork )nan played the plU.and ibbo'CpraeJ i'ono' irhlle t I' ff p.- f is: (Septrted .thrUl the h in Wl