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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta it S Come THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Come Along t Along Pure Unadulter- ated Enjoy- ment. 1 ROYAL ASCOT A KOAD AGENT'S L-DVE A Weitern Photo PERSONALLY CONDUCTED A Scenic Comedy, Embracing a trip to Barmuda. MES. SIMMS SERVES on the JURY. A Howling Avalanche of Riotous Fun. THIS IS POSITIVELY THE GREATEST PROQRAM EVER OFFERED HERE NEED OF FACTORY TO USE THE FLAX STRAW (Continued from front The House of Comfort BIJOU THEATRE clear as a bell LAST TIME TODAY "Pathe's Weekly No. 28" Showing important events taken all over the world HOW STATES ARE MADE One of Vitigraplis Western Pictures, ing- and exciting. YOU REMEMBER ELLEN A .beautiful picture. Scenes all laid in Ireland THE KATZEN.JAMMER KIDS See those Funny Little Comedians Matinee daily 2 p.m. Our music the best. Evening 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday AND OLD powerful .drama See the race for land, thrill- by the Lumbin Company L. H, UHL, SOLE MANAGER Alberta Leads in the i I West. Can. Cricket Tournament Calgary, Aug. weather for the third day of the Western Canada tournament was again glorious. Great interest was taken in the Alberta' vs. Manitoba match. Alberta .went inlo bat flint and started badly, losing seven of their wickets runs. Hardisty then batting with Dickens who made 42 and 21 respectively. The Inking closed for 115 runs. Prospects looked fine for Manitoba. However, they far- ed worse than their opponents, being j dismissed for the small total of 08. Calgary beat Saskatchewan by nine Great llrst wicket stand by Calgary. Saskatchewan batted first and suc- ceeded In making a score., of This seemed a fair amount of rims but Cal- gary passed this total before the lose oi1 a wicket. Jphhaon was out for 102 Barnett out for 158. Today's results give Alberta a good lead, having playeS 3 and won 3. Cal- gary and Manitoba are on level terras, having yon 1, drawn 1 and lost 1. Play. Won Lost Dr'n Pts. Alberta 3 3 0 0 t> Paget's Forona Took Kaiser's Cup at Cowe's Chin Coulee and the Coal Deposits Continuing southerly we pasi moo fields of flax, some fall wheat and quite a uumlicr of fields of spring wheat and outs. Dipping down into Chin Coulee we see half a dozen teams loading coal from tho Chin Coulee Coal company's mine. A cas- ual glance at this bituminous miner- al reveals a closer resemblance to the Wyoming coal (such as we were wont to get during flic than the Gait or Taber product. A view of the white powdered ash and the fact that it does not clinker to any ex- tent corroborates its analogy to the Wyoming coal. The vein or seam not very thick here, hut coa' pings are in evidence in a number places along the coulee and no doulr can be had in great abundance. Lethbridge-Weyhurn Survey Gaining the south bank of the cou- lee we are within a mile of the pur- vey of the Lethbridge-Weyburn rail- way line and stretching lo the south and east is the " This is the name that it is known by for a radius of seventy-five miles. No matter in what direction you might be going the settlers always refer to this part of the land as the. "home- stead country." This is to which the Iiom-ssteaders came from the land rush of .January, 1910. Pre- emptions being granted here, almost without exception, every homesteader has 320 acres. "Steam Plow Proposition" While the land is not what you night call perfectly level, still it is lot rolling to any uncultivatable de- gree. The lay of the country is per- haps best expressed in what real es- tate men are wont to call "Steam Plow Proposition." Undoubtedly, with the exception of a few coulees, the whole area of this vast stretch of land can he brought under cultiva- tion, either hy power or some of the farmers using the good old oxen for that purpose. Tho knolls furnish a few stones and some pretty plishcil with the same application l I.ethh'ridge One other thought in passing. This THRESHERS We sell Case Steam and-Gas Engines'and Steele Separators, AH sizes; liberal terms. Also belts, repairs and extras or all kiadi. Order from m; Prompt Delivory Iowa Alberta Land Co. OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL Land Worth From to. Land in the homestead counter is worth from S2I) to per acre. Tho a dead homesteader in possession 1ms a rich heritage for 320 acres of this fine land is an independent fortune. His land is worth that because it delivers the goods. PHONE Martin's Baggage. Transfer1 T. D..Wanamaker has teen appoint-1 But when a haul of.'10 or 50 en- rolleolor of customs at Brigbton. district is purely and logically trin- itary to to whether or milus is required to put Urn {roods on I Brock ville will have Hydro the markut the profit from Mic goods I by the first of next nor LetHbridgc will claim her own not Pass into Erowf's strong lads and a tc.-. o e horses) had performed all the work, impeding jack-rabbit, otlt'n mah This field would yield from 3f. to 40, way and let somebody run what can team drive of tho delay In tho restaurant, Itnox teemed to lose all sense, and grabbed KerrUon by tho throat, and would have throttled him, if somo of tho bad not interfered." AMERICAN CRICKET CLUBS TO PLAV IN MONTREAL Montreal, Aug. 7.-j-An eleven of New York cricketers will come to Montreal to play a two-days' roalnh next week. They will meet all Mon- treal on the grounds on Wed- busbcls lo the acre and would ho'rim." Thus, after ready to harvest in a week or ten' something like miles between (lays. While I did not learn this Grassy Lake and Now name, I.shall always re- member him Tor Ms industry, hus- handlike thrift and cleanliness. His home surroundings were in perfect ac- cord with the crop in this respect. Mis splendid crop was a striking tes- timony as lo what might be accom- mains for I.ethbridge men to say and I t- A 'our-liorsc with. a. loa mile haul is do. The district is hem the farmers of wlliai; are here the crops are here. Two iln" a vears have passed and while all real j team and time-that's all. eslatc maps show a line projected. Ior lilc flayton, we had a fairly gootl opportunity of see- ing the, "homcsle.ld for tlic wheat, oats, timothy and flax. The Flay Industry and What it Re- quires from J.ethbridge to and a. llon't (llink R's lire it out or ask the farmer. few stakes evidence the survey, noth-: ing has heen done save the throwing, las out and many-of i fanners in that district are holding up of a few clods on a grade at cilh- I laullers are cr cxtroinilv. The n.uieker tncir bins "heat.fronMa: pets in touch-railway touch-with ,1'ecause it-'Iocs not, pay to haul the this district the sooner will she be- samc to markct Nevertheless, will I these handicaps which we all'hope are, hcr. own. Patience cens For Teething: Children ".Wu this the only outbreak ouj tcmboi ncaday and Thursday. The Germaalown cricketers of Phil- adelphia, will coma here to play nn cloven. pldced from all Montreal, be- tween August 26 and tho first of Sep- MATHICU'S NERVINE POWDERS For n< Dnrilgb There urn just one or two thoughts j Rin lo h passing. The tanners here, asjcs (0 virtue "when endurance 7s sootl to }m more' llle racn elscwhcre in (he district (Magrath 1 run (o a j men of the big land rush cnn answer ing in for it very strongly) are grim- If your dealer cannot supply yon, J. I, Matlilau Co., Sherbrooke, V. Q., box ing (lax and p'repn rations are being made for more. flax. The fields in the homestead country and adjacent to Grassy Lake and New Dayton, will yield, we arc told, at least 2ft bush- els to I he acre, and will brinj; S2.I10 per bushel. Flax is just a trifle. (wi'Mi imperil machinery) more ex- pensive lo reap and thresh, pwlni; to its gummy or mnscilaginous nature, than wheat or oafs. On this account no effort is made to hind it, hut it is cut in windrows miirh the same as hiy is raked Uigellier for the purpose of Iraiflg cocked. But there ti more Bad is the direct and inevitable result ot irregular or constipated bowels and kidneys and .akin. The undigested food and other waste mat- ter which is allowed lo accumulate poisons the blood and the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills directly on the bowels, regulating the kidneys, giving them case and strength lo properly filter the on the skin, opening up the pores. For pure blood and good health take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills all j-onr interrogations in the affirm- ative. LEGISLATION REGARDING POLLUTION OF STREAMS Ottawa, Aug. the occur- rence of a typhoid epidemic here, II Is likely that. Mils coming session of Parliament will pans a bill dealing with the pollution of rivers and lakes, j I.nsi session, bills Kecking to prevent] by law the pollution of waters weroj introduced in tho Senate and Com- inona, respoetively, by Senator Bel- court and G. H. Brndbury, of Selkirk, hut an opportunity was not presented for consideration, Tlie infant son of Mrs. Frank Rob- inson, Innisfil, was killed, in an' acci- dent. 'by a motor 'car near BarrU. University of Manitoba. WINNIPEG Offers course leading to degrees In Arts, Science, Medicine, ,'Law, Civil and Electrical Engineering, The ,fac-; ully twenty-seven profes- sors, lecturers and demonstrators, and six colleges are affiliated. A wider range Is offered in Arts than ever before, also excellent course in Medicine with facilities for clini- cal work thut are surpassed in few institutions on the continent. The course of study for degree of B.Sc., has just been instituted. For terras of admission, of courses, cur- ricula of studies, information as to fees etc., apply to W, J. SPENCE, Registrar, University of Manitoba. Winnipeg. Man. CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE C, L. B. OLD The Chief Staff Officer, W. M. is fit present in Canada to organize ex-C. U B. members an Association of ..QU1 Comrades, Will all ex-members send their names and addresses to him. at 23 Scott Street, Tor- onto. ;