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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LTD. Are daily receiving shipments of New Goods for fall trade. Here are a few late arrivals: HEINZ Mustard Dressing Heiuz Stuffed Olives Heinz Queen Olives Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles Heinz Tomato Chutney Heinz India Relish Heinz Evnp. Horse Rndish Heinz American Mixed Pickk-a Heinz American Chow chow Heinz American Gherkins HEINZ Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce Sweet Gherkins in Bulk Spiced Gherkins in Bulk Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits, 28 varieties Mackonockies Oruncfp Mnruinlnde Raspberry Jain Black Curraut Jam Plum Jain Panyan Pickl1�l>' Anntwliw commonly known us Siuidnv School while the lA'aeue will i . . . , .. * . icliirks ami swan.-., he-iweun the 1st tlu? centre of interest in the evening . , , , . ,1Q . ^ " I day oi January and the 23rd Gnme Protection. 'I'h;' Herald is nquostiKl to bring to the attention of prosiiective sports tin- following clauses of the (J-unio Act, nsseiitod to by the Lieutenant Ciovernor on March 15, 1907. finmo Itircls Protected. Clause .1, No person shall hunt, trap. take, shoot nt. s'ound or kill'. 1. Any bird of those species of the Lethbridge Frost Proof. The thermometer dropjied at such n rate on Saturday end Sunday as to cause apprehension unions' tho farmers with Into grain. There was no frost, however, us viva lowest point reached was !JG degrees. 'Hie cool weather makes the grain very slow in ripening but it is filling well uml is yet from ton days to three weeks ! ahead of other parts of the province. *, Prost smote the country north'and 'west. At Nnnton, the litlo grainwixs , badly touched and some lute spring ! wheat, ^si being cut for green feed. All t!�.> way from Calgary to Edmonton I the frost did more or less dninago. all I around (J Ids ubout two 'incites of the beautiful covered 'the earth on ' Saturday morning but did good rath er than harm. At no point was s.-rious damage done except to the very lute grain. Twin Cities Afflicted. Once moiv Hip Twin Cities of Minnesota are the scene of disaster. On Monday u terrific electrical storm ac-companM-d -by n cyclone aivl what seemed like a cloud-burst swept tho country for l.">0 miles around St. thiy of .M'igust; provided alwa.vx that any person may nt nny time tnko and kill in that portion of the province l,\ ing north of township 50, any white-winged scoter: 2 Any bird of the family GruWae, commonly known as cranes, between the 1st day of January and tho 1st day of September; :( Any bird of the family Itallidno or rails and coots between the 1st day of January and the l*t day of Septemlier; I. Any bird of the family Ivlnvi -cohie, or shore birds, including snipe snnilpi|ier, plover ami curlew heiw.-on the 1st day of dunuary and tho 1st day of September. f>. Any bird of tho family tinllinne commonly known us grouse. part -ridge, pheasant, ptarmigan, ami prairie chicken before the J5lh day of Si>|iU*inlx>r. 10(18, mid after such date such (Into lietweon tho 1st day of NovemJier. 1908, and botween the 1st day of November and tho 1st day of October in each year thereafter, provided thai no English phensnnt shall lie taken or killed ot nny time, nor shall inoro than tventy birds of the family (inllinae lie killed by one person in any one �dlmeult stratum lit present >�eing boiwl 'the progress has Ijeen slow. The drill is now a little over T.'iO f�h>t down. It is expected, judging from the nature of the strata that the main flow will be struck at about 1250 feet. |l>erson other than a ganio guardian Paul, which city sulTeml a Rfeat (Uml !ln '"s|Kict of gain,) forfeited shull, at of da magi'. Minneapolis fared even worse, iiuildlngs, lowers, elevators, poles uml vvii-es leing blown down. Fires started by lightning raged in several ouai'ters. Anna ltolumler (J[ Dului'h was instantly killed by light- any time i>uy, �cll, Imrter, or ex-ehiingo any biml in til s sub-clause meiuioiwxl Clause :i reads: No person shall hunt, trap, t�ke shoot nt, wound, or kill any nniinnl r ljl''� flyer missed conneotions with the O. H. and N.U. |{. by an hour, making tho passoii  Igers wait for twentythree. hours bo-1 fore they could goon to Portlund. When the company has difficulty in kvoping schedule timo, allownncs mine property to-day, for the Itoynl Conl Co. Tho corner Hlono of the now Methodist, church ul Pincher City laid last Thursday. L There Is no one qulto fio disngreo-was jablo ns the little man -who presumes loo much upon Mm small sizo. STHAVE1) OH STOLEN. From the promises of Oto Ijt�th -brltlf.e. Jlrewing Co. one wrrnl inulo wi'lhbruml TO on right shoulder. A rowtuil of Si>5 will be paid to any -one returning him to tho owners. Last seen on Sunday, Aug. 18th. LFTI1B1UDOE BREWING & MALTING CO. tf THE STiMlV OP A $1. Ton years ngo' a farmer put hi* initials on n dollar bill. Tho nextiluy he wenl to the nearest town and spent it with a merchant, llefore the year was out ho got the dollar huciv nguln. Four tinvs In six years the dollnr ennm to him for produce and three'timet) h.� heawl of it in tho pocket of his neighbors. The Inst time ho got l't lack was four year ngo. lie Rent. It to a mall order house. He hiis nover seen Hint dollar bill sincj ciimI never will. That dollars will never pay any more school or road tax for him, will never build or brighten anyof the homes of tho community. Ho sent St entij-oly out' of the circle of usefulness to himself and hir. neigh bors.- Medicine Hat News. BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for every occasion* "Queen Quality" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3�0 a pair. FRED COW & CO. i i YOUR F*YES We hnve the scientific instruments (or E* I l- w determining and correcting any and all dcfoots of vision, no matter the nature of your case. If your glasses tlo not suit you perfectly, call on us. We tit any eye that responds to light. You are invited to call. We delight in showing our methods and equipment. The testing of eyes is not a matter of guess work, nor is it a matter of trying on pairs of ready made glasses. It is science, governed by principles which none but a person who has studied the anatomy of the eye can understand. No guess work in our methods of tosting the Eye. ' G. R. OREN. Eye Specialist, post graduate of Winona Optical College and South Bend Optical Institute. ^ ^ R. A. WRIGHT, THE JEWELER ;