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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adams OR. P. W, TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBfUDOE I The lira ml l,"dne of Alberta of-tho OffliT-Oil. Block. ll up tIviw morninir, represcn-ln-j p. �n.; 7:3 l to 8:30 p. m. (lives from all the chief towns of /VI- announces to hi* old friends 'ivMioii.-oni to I 4.;\0 p in.. 7 lo 8 p.m. i'. I>. Mr. Fairfield's Work in Southern Alberta | The Farmer's Advocate suys: A short time n-so we had Hie pleasure n1 j. KiiMisii.n, Oni.. mill Warden of Winghiiin, (lot. I'. sn-f Is-faot-ioit of the city solleltot'lhiit -dv.-eply..In llw suhfir'ld belt It hnslwm the ternw of lh>? contract hnvts been found best to summer fnllow nvet-y carri-ed out -!>y the company, second or every third year. This spring the winter wheat is In tip top comlltion, but moisture must lie stor c:l up to x'h'*-' I't n proper start whan sown in August or curly in Septem-lier. .Alfnlin is ilie crop which it is -Io;od will lx- largely grown. The plant In In good shape this spring, but whether much of the bliu- (lowered legume will lie sown this spring It 'hikes ,i lot of semi, nli.l the seed is costly, $100 n ton. l-'roni Irrl -gii'totl Inml throe tons per mrc hove h:on secured n-l two cut-t in-gs. se-sl Icing sown u-t the role of 20 pounds per acre, without n mir.se crop (or ' as Nome term H, u minder crop). Tho cntch 1 *�lng grazed lightly in the Tall. Willi the dry bind, two big ; problems nre looming up. Whnl is In I ,');e -Hie fomg>'> crop f..r dry land-farm- i big'? ntwl what methods arc Vo be | followed or what munis employed to j replace humus in the soil to stop j drifting. j GlVC Him a Calh Drs. DeVeber & Campbell ' i Physicians and Surgeons A. W. McVittie j Dr. F. H. Mcwburn ,.llllh: A s..ViMli N (! of l-elMir,rtKe iOHii'o-HiHliwilli St. cor. RnnHl.|l .iwlge No. a, (iiive mi nddronn of -- I welcoin.- from the bulge of this city, 'the chnngn of Agriculturist Fairfield, Uoiira-I3*�lv -t* il n.m.. 2-H p.m.. jOrntwl Mnster A. k. Mny of F/imon- j m.h. (the northern stuilion being "i -8 p. in. Suiulliys - S.IMl to rt.ihbridgi(i M(i ,, !reg|onB of a,uthern Alberta, by ir- | PIIVKIUIAN, fil'llOliDN j,!,,. i.o.o.k. �,, Wednesony night nt jvigation and dry l�nd fnrming. Mois- ; At'UOl'CllUH nine o'clock. '.turc for the crops is the great tie  j Office - lllirilottl? St, I'hollG j The limuirinl k|n-(emvitt was iwnl jskleru'tiutn In tho cnlcubitions pf fur-Hottrs-BoforoU.I1V., 2-H, 7-8 p.lll by (Iruml Secretary Timlnlc of Oal-[.mors for that belt of Inml lying Ijo- gnry which shownl the funds In a Itwocn Manitoba'� western boundary, most flonrirtbliig condition. The ; south of tho C.I'.H. ntuin I In-?, ami OHict'B- Ott block. 'Phono 143 Dominion Lnntl Surveyor Will devote hit* oiitire tiuio tlttrinij, I)r8# McClurc & Stewart the summer to �iyii.� out uow; |)E townattcs. Contract piicvn uii nppHciition. jOllioe-J. D. HiKinViotliitui's now - | block. "Office tit the Conldale Hotel,; Qfljce UourB-9 n.m. to 12 n. Lethbridge. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Synopsis of the Grazing Regula lions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. ; DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST | Successor to Dr. Jackson Ollice in Hotel Conldale, Room 12 i Office Hours i�-12. 1-5. Crazing: leases of Dominion I^mils unsuitable for agricultural purposes j may be secured In that portion of i W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. the Province of Allierta, lying South j OKMC'E, - - ROt'THAKI) lll-OCK of the Northern boundary of Town-hip 28 and in the Southwestern por-tloa of the Province of S-askntch- Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS (IinIV, 1 Master guve his report of tho work carried on throughout tbe Jurisdiction which shows that we now have .111 subordinate ItHlges, .'I I to-beknh and ii Kncampmonts of Odd-f11owships with � total, mcuvbet'ship of niMi-ly thi-ee thousand. During tho past ye.ir lodges bnse lnv-n tnitl-KuU.il at Allx, Taber. Millet, Okotoks. Slavely, Vermilion, l-Vlmonton No. WK llowxlen. Stettler, ('amrose, Father Itelicknh I-oiIbv, Calgary, Mnple ! I., ill Itehekiih l.oilge ICdinolilon, lie | _j I-ns nbl,\ assisted in tills work by j ithe Deputy t'.rnivd Mnster -K. Foster | Hrown of Mnclcod, tbe (Irund War  (den .1. \V. Mitchell of Calgary; the (Irnml Treusurer. V. V. Fix-ndi 01 I Woinskiwin: llro. \V. Oliver of l>-th-. bridge and several other past grands iof the outer. We -have to particularly ivfer to tlu- loss of the first grand. , master, (' F. ('tuner. I^ite of Cul  (gary, whose ttecuse cast gi-.�n1 gloom thrtiug'hoiit -tin- oivl.-r. Hi,� i-My, ami .the west geilenilly. | The t-cpresent writing us follows; The Secivtnr.v. Ilo.ird of Trade. Onlgary. IViir Sir,- I v ill tukv the op|iortuii it.v of answering your letter this j morning. Where we have taken the| Ib'Kt s-hi|Mii-nl I do no-t think it is n ! very good pliuv for them. What I j have soen of the pluee. it is no good j lit nil, but of course f did not see I it nil, but wtis toltl up further it | *ns' mtiro of an o|h>ii country, but I j think it is too wet for them, ami I i tlo not think it will do for the buf- ! faloes. I think that the iiiostptrloes j must li> very bnd In simnii -r tlni". and also tbesf big hors�- flit*, lie -cause It is right in the woods, so they must lie. thick with mosquitoes and (lies, I see nround Fort Mnclcod It Is a nice dry country and good watwr. Thutis the kintl of country thr>y like to run on. Yours truly, (Signed) M. PAIU.O. -� �,- I IB Ol'OIIT TO KNOW. Now York, Aug. Chns. M. Sch- Royal Crowiv HAZEL Shavii\g Stick There are limes 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 rich cream penetrates the beard, reducinr it to a softness that nukes it easy for the razor to remove the whiskers in record lime. The presence of Witch Hazel hi the soap allays all irritation and is a refreshing skin tonic. A ntw am/ belter shaving stick at the price of others. Mad* nlr ky less he owns one head of cattle or j HifrililioMinm Block. Lntllhridge! |.'jn*.'. " i^'^'.v""'1 ' A ^ 'mren prnir e. (w. say barren ad- J wah in a lecture to girts delivered five head of sheep for every 00 acres---'Mu'st).^ pi.f.S(,|ttvisr>,"y. hocnWHo H is estimnt^l to the following opinions with reference F. T. BREWER applied for, nnd the lessee shall in crense his stock so ns to 1h> in pos ��s8ion �t the end of three years nf ' Funernl Director and Embalmer one heod of cattle or five head of 1 Sheep for every 20 acres leased, und Khali maintain stock in this propor- LETHBRIDGE, ALPERTA tuin during the continunncc of the lease. Sheep-gr;i7.ing Is permitted on only W.SHAW. Painter & Decorator l->lm.in- Wiiidowplimiie. the modern trans- �...,... �, .. , ., i... i H�'put> (�. M. K. -I-osier Hrown, luceut �IU88 ileeorntioii. Mucu-twi Leave onlers at Lutlibridge Hotel 1,0 a portion of the tracts above r.-fer- I Agent for Umpire Wull Paper Co.. , �i . ,, red to. A map showing the shc-p A^ent for S. P. Nelson Aj Co.'s! ,,,', "S,"r-A- M"v grazing districts may be secured on 1 1 * "" application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interjor, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N. II.-t'nitulhori/.ed publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Fresh Strawberries Cherries. Pineapples BANANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. B. C. MOORE rVrnral Director and Embalmer ....... � tnko twenty five acres or more oi -to the l>est way to procun> IuisIhiimIk. I-riiser. II. Mcl Jiuglilin, Wm. Oliver, . ...^ , � ,. ,. , , ,, ., , ,, .the tint lira I herbage to supinirt one I>on t cry for a career. Men do I. \\. l.nw tlier. (V \. R-nie-H. Hugh , , ,.�... , . , . j, (i "t ste-r) so-that Natures virgin bosom not like brilliant women. � ' mny le nmiU- to tlow with milk and  "Don t adopt business life. Man's ; honey. To tlo so the plow must do lo\c is won by the tpiiet housewife it.s ruthless work. /in.I tho best nnd who can conk. . ' most common methods most engage | "Don't study (fivek. I^iiin nnd the our attention. First, should it be higher nets. The study of domestic break ami Imckset or -break and tlisc? ' science will win hiis'-iind when all ' Ovnernlly speaking the best method olse fails. ! is tho fornu-f. nil-oil somewhat slow- | "l>on'1 desjiise s�nvlng. c.iokiug nnd >hm.-nts. if you thinly nml to lay tho furrow slice ( would really impress man don't tulk ; ! lev-el. or rotting of the sod will lie lhson or Maeterlinck. Tell him. in-' the iV'tardcd and the backsetting J stead, that you can broil htvfsicnk. j |-done; useful help will he given by the make prize coffee mid darn socks to ; siilisoll packer run over the breaking |>erfcetion. | HOTEL FOR SALE Pour-storey hotel. finislitHl complete, new. iiOxWi ; kitchen 17x2*1. with stonu basement ; Bar-room. Men's Parlor, Lndieo' Parlor. Dining-room and Office, 40 Bed-rooma, for $20,000.00; half cash, half on mortgage tit 1 per cent., purchaser to keep hotel insured. 5-acre Plot Tn PincherCity...............................$5a0.C0cn�h Thos. Foulston, Pincher Station, Aha. Lethbridge Agents: Lethbridge Financial & Realty Co. Scot I. II I tit t Furies. .1. It Miller. II. W. Tucker. Ins. Wood. .1. ,\. I'liirley. (1. I), llower. Isnnc llnl... .1. C. \os',ur(,h, Tims. F. Franks The olllci-rs in rhaive of the Con- I (iruml Warden-.1. W. Mitchell. Cal-jffary. I Ti-i-tisiirer-A. Iv Fr. nch. Wet aski -win. | Oruiid (uartlinn-A. Hrown. F.d -monton ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM SODAS AND SUNDAES AT KEAN'S Opposite P. 0. 'Phone 98 Keep your money tit home by us-in� "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Mann factured by ELLISON MILLING L ELEVATOR CO Lmhliridge, Ray-inoml, Mugrntli. Rinc ap 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOR" SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course In good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald office. Ofllc*-Next to Preslyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Hesidi-nce 1110. Lethbridge, Lodge ^o. 2. Mrcu In Oddti-lloWH- Hall rrerr Frlda; evenliiK st �.00 o'clock. VlMilng brethren are alwavH welcume. E.V. Dooley, Rec. dec C. V. Bennett. KG. WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meet* In Oddfellow*' Hall e vrj second and fourlti Tliumday. VlHlior* alwijii welcome. Un J. Stafford. Annie Davies N- O. Rec. Sec. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Mertu IhI and :ird Mondays tn each mouth a> f p. �., In Oddfellow* Hall. Hound St. Vliltlng bri-ih-u-u cordially welcome. THOS, HEATON, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE. SEC. Gmud Marshall-W. ('.. Sheran. Ft. Sn ska iche w|in. Chaplain-It. ii. Fairly. Innisfnil. Orand Herald-A. D Killurd. Pon-il.a. Crand Conductor-.1. A. Fairly, tnii'sfnil. Tax Rate Struck The City Council met on Monday evening all the members but Aid. Oliver being present. I Win. \Vhyle, second vice president of the CP.It. wrote suggesting that the subway lie located at some other point than that proposed opposite tho public sqhatv. when the situa -tion would demand one. lie will bo asked to suggest his plan for a sub-wuy ami will be advised that tho M H. & 1. Co. is pro)ituvd to place Indus-trial und wnrebouse sites on tli-3 market north of the truck as sooUj as n subway is built to give access. The Financial Committee ivcom  mouded -that on the municipal assessment of 9tt.�tild up Letiibriune and a local industry by pntronizinK �0����0t>0f ��' > ^ In die Semi-ready Store you will tee die Si emi-rea dy Cleaning Pressing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion (jarment Co. - ut-ion u, respectively tho rate be Aw ami RepAirillg Altering|ono-hnIf mills, nbiking tho total vote _______-___'of fourteen and oiic-hnlf mills. In I ' iidtii'tioii lo this are the local im-' jirovemont and sxiwernge tax. The The C. B. Bowman Agency Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Established 1891. Phone 200 Oftiees Post Office Block Lethbridge, - Alta. Physique Type Chart. On it you will ftnd your exact figure and every measurement *J 35 distiv.t shapes and forms of e men are shown-and the measurements show 15 different sizes ot each variation from die original Seven Distinct Types of Man. ^ Take the Stout Man, he of Type G, with shoulders and body of large proportions, and we divide (his type, as we do the alim man, into five distinct variations: Stout and Normal. Stout and High Shouldered. Stout and Sloping Shouldered1 Stout and Stooping or Round Shouldered. Stout and Over-erect 4'nt-e hi ml year was soveitloen und u half mills A lot-tor wits received from the ' flunk tif Montreal, nireriiiff to ud - , vnmv the city 84i�,�iuo,0O0 at sevon . |m-rtvn-t. provided rs for use diirin�f the fair. Durnler nntl O'Ktdlly were grunted u secou-d dray lioi-nse. 'IMic UHhhridge Woollen Mill Co. was represented by Pres. M. Froemian nnd Manager O. Wbelen, who asked the city to fulfil its affrcoromt to 4t$Q&&4tf>Q>*#--"--inn -ir,c TxhC. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, Lethbridge AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A * NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest nnd brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK k.M^...l.lMl.l.lMl-lMl..-l,l1,^TVBttyM|ai^|f.1,,lilf|| innnnnnn-n ;