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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JAOf TWO fHi DAILY HCRALD, TUESDAY, AUQUtT 17, Daily Herald Established December, 190? to Forty York. Aug. 16.-Mark Alberta, Canada. Y W.rAv BUCHANAN Director and Editor Subscription flatti Daily, one year.! delivered Daily, six delivered 2.00 Daily; three-months, delivered'.. 1.00j Daily, one month, .delivered.....35; Daily, one year, by mail......3.00i -Daily, six mouths; by mail Daily, threw mouths; .by mail .85) Addresses changed de- but, both new and old acl- sious at the Lethbridjie fair is a good! MARK TWAIN'! record. Tfu fair that the directors j CUT DOW r! BY DOCTOR will put on next year will draw; crowU that will make oight thousand j Four'Cigars a small. Watch tin; fair grow _ ilHlu- of coun-j Day After Being Accustomed cil's action in buying the With tin? city improving the grounds'' year worth putting down in history. (our srnob-s a day, says that after seventy-four years of life, during al- most all of which, he smoked forty. v L I: times daily he had us good health as any runu. "But." he continued, "I cannot i walk throe hundred yards how or take aa extra smoke or two but I pay the with .a -severe pain in my A FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY the Washington Star) 'The open season is at- hand, and heart. now all the angling club's tall stories This is the third of the four smokes ;-j. The humorist spoke from hip chair on the porch oi liis ijear Ked- tiing, Conn., where, clad in white, he iwiewed the of Dr. James j L. Tracy in ''American I that he below par morality be- he smoked a cigar at Oxford, -dresses must be given. (are to be sakl Commissioner j-m allowed each twenty-four hours WEEKLY j George 31. Bowers, of the Bureau of j he explained, without re- f-unlished every. Wednesday; iu eight Fisheries 5n Washington. moving" hisVpe. obliged to and contains a summarv oil ibe world's, news of the week, focal 'J hoard a oroup 01 anglers boast- sit ror months, perhaps iwvver. foreign. ing iaid wrangling the other night. A Of my doctor." One year, in advance [pale, jrravo MUIA, uftxjr listening to Six months, in'.advance........ .75 for Ume> Three "-Gentlemen, did sou wonder THE DAILY HERALD whuU. that -us sale at-the following 'places: n Sage; J. G. Robertson i swallowed Jonah K -xV Co.. J- D. Higinbothaui Co.. i" 'What's UK- USP of J.. Johnston. i about that V Nothing dctinite's j-Yourifi Co.. K-'w- Ham-jknoxm( ,rout fishormtm rude. r.ik F I MitcheM D I Mv. 'Bow.' bJ went on. 'she tipped England, while waiting the confer- J. Mitche.1. D. Qf ft degreo_ .Bros. -f.ook the grave man later- He seemed amused oy some ot Dr. j Dru- Book Co. for "I inquired if smoking were allowed tatix-es of these states at Washington ami said, with evi-i Kipling said if was forbidden by the .greatest opposition came tojcieat the rules. Then some one in our the tariff that was finally adopted.! kn0w what you're lookin' at." j r'f four rnak. it s a good deal as; to amount Sof000." ablt- at all times, ently'happons that when m See W. Wllscn'sr aJoctton szle no- ice on pBgw five. 20T-3 Coal, Ice and MAYING It i j _ n Western Transfer Co. LOKG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! VM. T. WILLlAMS-Architect. nty Block. of f .Detroit. j F. B. Boom Whitney Block. i in .Qalgnry and grades below j No. -2 there is practically no marker. for it and consequently the people v-'ho do buy; it; do' so ;ii their own! price. If there u irrain tor at: Lethbridge fhw risk .would not-] have to be taken. i This in turn help .out- thej farmer very on his low i grade wheat. If a farmer happens toj have a. car of "No. 3 .wheat., he canj nvm 4 ro 'JO cent? a! bushel by shippinj: TO Winnipeg. which is one of the largest grain mar- kets in. ihe world and all classes and V grades of wheat find :t marked there. If an inspector WI.TO iu-re -it- would relieve the mind of any shipper with regard to any grain of doubtful grade If the buyer is in doubt, he must save himself by giving tlie fanner the price on the lowest