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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adorns announce^ to his old friends and customers he has opened a GeoBral Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.rt House DR. P, W. TULLER f-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlw-Ofct. Bloik. Hours-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3.00 lo S:00 p. m.; 7:3) to 8:30 p. m. Give Him a CalJ. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Sun'eyor Will devote hia entire time dnrinc the summer to laying; nut new townsitos. Contract pi!cor-tiuB during the conMnuanoe of the lease. Sheep-gr;i�ing Is pormitted on only a portion of the tracts above reter-rsnt. Order oi Oddfellows op-oncvl up tlvl.s nwirnitig', represwia -livoR from nil IIks chief towns of Al-l-.ertn w.-ro prfsent. The viHitors pivsenl: I!. |ii'(wivl(ition-A. 11. lllack-Kiti-.:!s-t(,ii, Oiil.. iind 1'. fi. WinHJcn of Winyluun, Out. I', (i. .Win. OW\r of Lj;�I hbridge. inlroducod to Mic (iraiid fynd.p, IJr. \V, S. (!iill)iaii1i, Mii.vor of tlic city, who hme n very kvnully s|>cvch of 'wcilconio anil exlcn(le>:l io thnu th� freetloni of tlic cil.v during it.s sass -ions: A. \iv,.ii, N.fi., of IjethbridRe Lrxlf^o No. 2, g'.ive an aildi-ess of welconii' from the Iwiffe of this city, Ornml Mnster A. K. May of Edmonton ijave a .suHal>la roply. Ilro. Wm. Oliver of l/athbridgo outlined a pro-{jfrnmiiK-' an(|'UL�t lo 1>e hold in the I.O.O.K. on Weiliiosfiay night at nine o'clock. T\w rmancliil stnteiiK'nl was rea' assi.sit*'d in th'is work by the Deputy (3 rami Master P.. Foster Brown of Motlood, the Grand War -den .1. W. Mitchell of Calgary; the GraiKl Treasurer, V. C. French of Wotaskiwin; Bro. W. Oliver of IjL'th-briflgc and several other past gronds of the order. We havo to particularly refer to tha loss of the first grand, iimslcr, C F. (bonier, l^to of Cal -gary, whose �(k'cen.w cast groat gloom fhroiighout th*! ordL-r, the city, and I he west gehemlly. The i'o|)resenutl,'ion of the order prosont � wore: IS. .1. Slunrl and G.' Jlrewor, No. 2. P. Ashoroft and B. Pipes; No. 4, r{. I'atlerson; No. 6, H. (Jeoio'e; No. 7, A. L. Brown and IS. lO. Ilinskow; S, K.'K. Ohandlo; 9, A. H. IMchaKls and H. Duncan, 10, Geo. Stringer; 11, W. 11. Cartright; IH. W. Linden: II, W. .1. Sheran; 15 D. S. liayno; 17 C. Crandell; V8. Dr. Thos. Creddes; 19, G. Mfl.y,; 20, .1. A. Manning; 21. W. D. Bamson; 22, T. M. Moi-gan; 23. VI. R. Matheson; 24, IS. F. Sanderson; 2.-), W. H. Bi\!-dry; i!7, A. D- Kellog; 28, W. ,1. Collins; 30, H. B. S|k-cr and .J. A. IKv vins on hillsitlos and where fall W'hcat and alfalfa floiiri.th Not far from Lethbridgv in the .Alberta Chinook belt is the Southern Alberta sub-stiation of the Dontinioii jc,x[)opitfiontal farms system, imder 'tihe" chai'gB of Agriculturist Fairfield, M..S. (the northern staition Ijcing locntod under charge of G. H. Hut-jton, B.S.A.>) The Lethbridge substation will demonstrate two moth -jods of working land in the sub-arid !regions of Southern .Alberta, by ir-I'rigation awd cs or more of the natural herbage to support one I �te:'r) so that Xature's virgin .bosonv I may - te mnde to flow with milk and hone,y. To do so the plow must do its ruthless work, and tho liest and most common mo'thods most engage our attention. First, should it bo >break and backset or 'bi>>ak and disc? Generally speaking the best niiHhod is the former, albeit somewhat slower. Great care is needed to brook thinly and to lay the furroiv slice level, or rotting of the sod will be the retarded and the backsetting done; useful help will be given by the sul>soil packer run over the breaking If the di.sciifg iti-Uiutl la It) fol ' lowcfl, brcaiting should Oio don;j tiioiV! deeply..In the sul>nrie�t lo summer fallow evev.v second or every third year. Thi.s' spring the winter wheal is in tip lop condition, but iiioistiiiv nius't'lx! stor cd up to givi' it , t�ro|�'r start when sowr. in Auifusl or early in Soptem-lior. Alfalfa is (he crop which it is �l-o:cd will Ix' largely grown. The plant is ill gofwl sluipo this spring, hut whether niuc-h of the blue fUiw-erwl legume will Ik> .sown ihis spring It 'takes a lot of .lieed, an;l the seed is cos'tly, $KXi (i Ion. From irri -gB'timJ land three tons (xm- acre hiive t>:en sccuivd n't two cuttin'Ss, .s&jd 'being sown at the rate of 20 pounds per acre, vvi'thout a nur.se crop (or as some term it, a murder crop). The catch l:oing gr.i/od lie'h'tl.v in the fell. With the dry land, two big proble followed or �rt�at iiuMins employed to ivjpktce humus i'n the soil to stop drifting. PABLO THINKS SO TOO. The ('algary Board of Trade is receiving by reque.'Jt the opinions of many old-tinters and other authorities as to the most suitable loca'tion of 'the government bulYalo herd, Michel Pablo the former owner of the hold says that Southoin AllK-rla is the better place writing as follows: The Secretary, Bonivl of Traear Sir,-'! v ill takt? the opportuii ity of a'Uswering your loiter Ihis :ni.orning. W'here we haxe tak-en ihe firKt shi|mi>ant I do not think it is a very good pluce for them. What f I have swen of the place, it is no good �t all, but of course I did not see it all, but w�s'tolarate School assessment of 93,001,7r>l and 9336,-715, respectively Uie rate be five and one-half mills, ninking the total vote of fourteen and one-half mills. In U'dd'l'bion to t'his are tho loctil im-iiroveimc-n't and sewerage tax. l^e ira'le la.st yeor was soveittocn and a half mills. A loiter was received from the Bank of Montreal, odcring to ad  vanoo the city $40, at seven ix.''r Qont. prov'irlefl 'thai 'the c ty's debentures bii sold williiii three montfhs The offer va� acceplofl. A discount of ten |>er (sent will bo givcm on all tnxespaid on or before October aist. The PablicKy Coimmitt'oo purohawd one hundred cots and dlstr butixl them among the hotel k'cepers for use during the fair. Boiiiler and O'lleilly were granted a secon'd dra.v license. The LBthbriidgc Woollen Mill Co. was represoi�t�?d by Pres. M. Frcomian and Manager G. Wbelcn^, who askod the city to fulfil its a?reoiB?nt to The Physique Type System 4 In die Semi-ready Store you will see die Semi-ready Wiyiquc Type Chart. On it you will find your exact figure and every measurcfflent ^ 35 distinct shapes and forms of men are shown-and the mc^urements show 15 different sizes o( each variation from die original Seven Distinct Types oi Man. 9 Take the Stout Man, he o( Type G, with shoulders and body of large proportions, and we divide diis type, as we do die idiM man, into five distinct vafiatioae; Stout and NorasaL Stout and High Shouldered. Stout aad Sloping Shouldered Stout and Stooping or Round Shouldered. Stout and Ovcr-arsct Semi-ready Tailoring Rqyal Crowix WITCH HAZEL ShavlqgStidi There are times when a man /� must shave in a hurry, and that's when our new shavinf stick will be doubly appreciated. Simply wonderful how freely it lathers. How quickly the riClii cream penetrates the beard# reducing it to a softness that makes It easy for the tazbr to remove the whiskers in; record time. Ihc presence of Witch Hazel in the soap allays all irritatkm and; is a refreshing skin tonic. A new am/hef/er shavljig stick at the price of others. Ma4* nly by THK ROYAL OROWN. LtH., Wlnnl�ig HOTEL FOR Fonr-storey liotel. fiiiislitHl complete, new, oOx66 ; kitchen 17x21), with stone basement : Bar-room, Men's Parlor, Ladiea' Parlor, Dining-room and Office, 40 Bed-rooms, for $20^000.00 ; half cash, half on mortgage at 1 per cent., purchaser to keep : hotel insured. 5-acre Plot In Pincher City.............................. .fSSO.CO cash Thos. Foulston, Pincher Station, Alta. Lethbridge Agents: Lethbridge Financial & Realty Co. m **"**TRY WM. OLIVER I --FOR- t;;-:.; I' I Everything required in the construetion of a Building, 11 Lumber and all kind* of Mill Worii Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cmnbrook. ] [ Help to i^nild up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing ^ Oliver's JEJlaning and Ltimber Mills. II Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompns Street*  > Telephone 153 I I  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Our Imperator Hams and Bacon i Arrivo weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresb. ^ Butteir always in stock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinnars Beef is also getting good I Phone 91 for a good steer cut! < ^. Burns & Co., Ltd.] A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTtlKEUS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN I TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. I ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WA0ON I COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. inrinDdGDanannpor A. SOUTHARD, Lethbridge AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A ^ NEW STAND yfi Just drop into my new qnarters and convince yonr* self that I am up-to-date. The clennestand^^^^^v' brightest shop in Southern Allierta. .  GEO. HOUIC ;