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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta frit LCTMBRIDGC DAiLV Ml RAID, FRIDAY, AUGUST tt, Daily Herald Established December, 1907 .OUR POINT OF VIEW mills 'on the dollar is rut high. Alberta, the U-atter in of ,i-y I farming, should be represented at the j -Hillings fubiished by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every evening, The Magrath fanner who -has-..outs At ite ofBce, Kouud St.. owin., thirty hu A Alberta, W. A. BUCHANAN .'Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, uue year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, tnree mouths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often she-Is to the acre should. have 110 ik- sire to ?o to the Yukon or to Cobalt j to make a fortune. He has a his oat field. in n of beif sired, old 2.00 1.00 j Thirty-six dollar? wr-rth an "itciv of pasture is a good return. j'59 If morn fanners would "35 j raising u-ud make this profit, the pov d'e. j sibility of Alberta having to import ad-! her boef would soon vanish. u man from comes west and bui boih .new must be given. WEEKLY Published every- and contains a summary world's news of the week, local j fields as big as hah his whole and foreign. ince be g One year, in advance ...........Jl.jO, j Sis months, in advance........75 Three months, in aclvanee ........50 THE DAILY HERALD is .-rt at the following Leth J. G- Robertson rfv T_ _ I. C_ Grain Shocker Does Great Work Mr: .1. JO. Stewart is tho inventor and maJiuracturor of a machine load is dumpod by iou> unions hav- bringin? the receptacle to a vertical with employers with the object position. of having the work. 1he[ Phone and Retail LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OPENING We Have 611 hand a complete line o( SCHOOL SUPPLIES Scribblers. Pens, Pencils, Rulers. Text Books, etc. at the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J, ALEXANDER, Phone 445 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and 'Optician. CARDS Tiiob. FARMING CO'NGRESS IVhe Dry fanning Congress and ,F.x-; r-nburg' anil at Billings, Montana, will! c.illed out be- one of the great events in the- praj-1 tie areas or the United States and Canada, Here will three to fonr thousand dry land farm- j students, and with containin? specimenjtrophies -.-f doubtless a string of doubters come to be shown .what A shock is the re work. Camber belnj? obtained! 'by the partition dividing the carrier, i Only one sheaf was misplaced during J tire- cutting uf tbc- patch .on whick the r niaeiiine was record which-'' few shockers by- han-d can claim? Another feature, of t-hl- implemonr; o .which Mr. Stewart pointed out was lining last night .at Got'i-i lfi vr ._-v value as-a saver oi-gram to tlw I farmer. The that is usually {lost- by .dropping from the sheaf car- rier and strewn ulpns the ground is. refused to men, bc- 1 inir tiiti.-fied with pn-sent- staff. The-e 1 is Poduy mucbt distress imio'ij: the j faiuilitfA of the strikers some oi i'.viMiir jpofnt'Of starvation. ROOSEVELT'S TROPHIES --york. AuV l8.-Twentv by shock. means of this i-c'on the platform -Ki; t ,lleJup and plcicod. in collected by 'Roosevelt thov South ,-Wrica, were brougui- not believed. TheVV ht-n- today on the steamer Provinei: from every, --tate Marseilles. The 11 and province wesi of .Hudson's Bay tsnies, and skullssof hons Saturday at the1 J and the Mississippi Eiver. They will hyenas. zebras, Qn a'puTch of oats when the' of th." iieig-hbodiood should machijio, retained the centre of the The- inventor claims that in a of 160 acres the pays for itself and tha tv.-Ine uswi in bind- by this saving of the loose grain. The Office of the i; 1 flpcy 'Has been J REMOVED" j >r to the AC ADI A B.UILDING Retlpath Street Telephone 200 NOTICE The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore cbb- ducted by A. L. KOY has been purchased by J. B. REUTER It is important all outstanding accounts, be paid to Bish Davis, who is inauasfiuy; the busi- before A.tigiTst 30. fat? compare niPihods and r.eriult JXL gjct and ,give new ideas pants a! t and their own ?evprai districts as the best .there is. The introduction of known as _ "drjr farrainjr ha? revolutioniz- se eel tlie agricultural ami practice u'arfti of the Rocky Mountain plateau and j is now a recognized feature in tbf consideration of the grain markets of the world. Alberta is believed by many both in the province and -outside oi it. io be able j to show best results ironi this; of farming. Last year an j indifferently selected sample of Al- Red wheat taken to the Coo-! at Cheyenne- took first prize ag 1 the. world for hard winter wheat J That in itsflf was a notable achieve- j ment. This year there is an oppor- tunity to accomplish still greater tiling. If an rexMbit fully represen- tative of the products of -Southern Al- berta is t.-ilien to Billings, there is no doubt but what it will, be a rr-vela- i tion the thousands of land" j gathered there. The praises of Southern Alberta must then neces- i .sarily ..be sounded by these men j FarmftTF will hear it and come to see j for The result will be j it has heretofcro they come, i they see. they are crmqnerpd. Thy j return home to out to com.- TO Sunny Southern Alberta. I These "dry land" farmers are the i nien needed in .this country. They can make the most of the unn.irri- icated lands hen-, for they understand condition? and methods. Tf ihf.i an exhibit .and from Southern Alberta will the means of bringing I vtiny jiumbt'r of these men it j would br- a irr'A'l to send them! There. This is not a matter lor i but fnr tin- (Harriet. This! city is tho centre of "dry land" ar.-.t uf bin }fac-j If-wl, Cl art v holm. Crrvk, Ifaprath. Raymon.I. Warner, j Tuber, Carmanpay. Grassy Laki Bow i Island and the dozen other towns! within a r.idnis of sixty or seventy! mile? from Lethbridce would ben.-! fir equally. An exhibit for each of j them would be a sral1 insignificant affair but if all unite TO send .an exhibit and a live tioiu the result will be creditable and bt-neficial to all concerned. iann on js, buffalo, hipcpotu- tarmers inus and other animals. The i !avail of oppoctuntty niont was shipped on the at ilombasa ou June 28. and i I to view its operation. This is some- transferred to "the Provincia at Mar- Tbe specimens ue to the Smithsonian In? tiun in jthinir the fanner has needed for a i Ions.-, while and there no -doutn: jthat-it j -pho is beinjr maiiufactttrert ;by Canadian O. K. Grain Shock- lor Co.. of Winnipeg-. j Mr. T. C. Burnap is the local I agent- He has alrea'dr ordered a car- iloac! of the machines for this district. First Impressions may not be the right ones, Taut they are often the lasting ones. Where one, person reads a man's char- acter in his face, a hundred read it in his clothes. If you look as if you slept in your clothes, most people -will jump to the conclu- sion that you do. And you will never get a chance to know them well enough to prove that you don't. Make your appear-" anee count for you instead of against you. Wear "Progress Brand" Clothing J ARKANSAS OVERFLOWS i Denvi'r4 Col'i., Atig. Trains are in Mountain passes. washed awuy. in some instan e- r-c pitched into canyons! hundreds of deep, families drivers from their jhonn-'S to a shelter in higher places. iThps- were scene? revealed at day- break alone the overflow-id J Arkansas Kiver today. Not only the Arkansas river, but almost all of, its j tributaries are overflowing. The raia- 1 fall in the last two days has been un- i usual. LETTER BOX. at THE DUST NUISANCE Thr- city council should CT- tjiinly give heed to the of the Board of that thr-y take adequate mr-.-ins to suppress the dxist. rfuisance. It not sale merchants to put goods in their snow windows that are .it all perishable or easily soiled. Meats, vege- tables, and other eatables are conta- minated with the dust in 277. Dh. j. E. Surgeon. Accoucner. Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m.. u to j 3 to 5. 7 to 8 Thone. day night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR. ist, Eye. Eai. Nose and Tbmai Stafford Block. Lethbridge AJU Office Houre-9.30-12 a.m.. jj-g 7-8 p.m. TYPEWRITER.SUPPLIES Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per- box 100 sheets, from Copying ream from Agents th'e REM i NGTON. MACH I NES S65 to S140. Carl and get terms. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST Graduate fioyal College of e. Booms 6 and 0. Hours 9 13 MISS Q.A.DAINTY-Graduate itv bos. Wallwork St.. near the El- .WESTERH.STATI.pNERY; CO. Just arrived at Stock Yards Hares end 40 Rodgers 'Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbricljrr nn r many High Class Scotch specialty. Open for recitals bar' concerts etc. For term., ap. Collieries. LetbbHde LEGAL M. JOHNSTONE-JJarrisiPr' arw )licitur. Office adjoiomj. Lethhridge. to vV. C. Simmons. iicitors and Notaries. Money 10 0. bimmon? S. Shepherd WHEN YOU HAVE "THAT THIRST" ON what' more cooling, quenching-, palliating -and altogether satisfy- ing and .joy bringing th.an a bot- tle or two of some iced beverage snch as we manu- facture fdr the good of the thir- sty soul? The list is long, but here is partial list: ginger ale. sarsparilla, ginger beer, ironbrew. orange cider, etc. in quart and pint bottles, 24 to t the case. Served at your door i on order. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADD t NGTON- Phone 26i .City Agent. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C L Barrister, Solicitor. Etc- Mffio Bl.-ck. bt-rU H A. j. SURVEYiNG J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. drauhc Engineer. Room 5, WhiV uey Ulock. Phont 205, Coal, Ice PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 The Young Matron Heaves a great big sigh of content when-----well. we have had a happy deliverance out of our imxugu- ration troubles, and thank you all 'most heartily for your modest air of part-proprietorship in this newly-born Drug and Book Business You have helped us wonderfully so far by your very en- coriraginp: patmnagt under difficult circumstances, and we shall be aye ready to meet your wants from now on The Red Cross Drug Book Co. AC ADI A BLOCK REDPATH STREET the Diaponser SAGE, the Picture Framer ARROW LAKE DISTRICT Call at our New Office in the Leth- bridge Hotel Block, and we will tell you how to have A PLEASANT HOLIDAY. If you have a little money to invest we can explain how, to secure a sum- mer home or a profitable life-work. Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN, MACLEOD GRAHAM LETHBRIDGE "HOTEL Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capita] SyOO.OOU Financial Agents. Fiscal Airnat Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B C LODGE A'LSERTA, Sons of Benefit Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up.............. Rwerve D. R. W ILK IE President HON. ROBERT J AFFRAY Vice-Prea. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given lo Savings Bank Deposits oi and received and inter- eat allowed at current rate from date of depotit. ____________ LETHBRIDGE R. 8EATLE, Begin Block, Round St.. beaide Bentley's Meeta in ibe every first, and the 'month at particulars apply W. J. Wade. W. President. Oddfedllowa' Hall third Wednesday p.m. For full Fred T. Robin? Sec.. Box 67. letkbridge Aerie lo. Meets 1st and '-5rf3 M o n d ay? in K. of P Hall at v o'clock. Visiting Dretliren are cordtally invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly C3US NElDIG. W.i. A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, 'the third Thursday oi each' month the MSSJDJC Hall. P. 0. Block, at S p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, W.M, G. V. Storkey, Secretary. P. 0. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month: Visiting neighbors will ways receive a hearty welcome. Ccmn- jetrior, C. L. Griffith; tanker, W. TMdtMn; Clerk. N. Dnwwtl. ARCHITECTS AND UONTRACTOHk" VM. T WI.LLlAMS.-Arcuioect. Llock. Late of Bro> Architects-, Detroit. F- B. ROLFSON-ArciiittiCt. Boom Whituey Block. A. Macdonaid Block. Redpatb Leth bridge Alta. W WL DODO-Arcbitect, Calgary and LetuUruige. Specialist in mg, sanitation, heating and .1 Carver' Lethbridge Office. Bryat Block E GEORGE-Elecirical and contractor. Lighting a.id DOW. er inata catiocs. Ufficni AlcKeown's Phone Hard C-JJU free. Eepairina and alterations a specialty pyrary oibce City Bakery, Ford St or Box 355, City H. Dratt- man and contractor, cheerfully .given. If you waci t'0 see our new ideas in coastruciioa let us show you. They won't cost anything. Address Lethbridce P U. WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared to give eni- mates free of cost on all work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations.