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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY. Heinz Pickles III sonr and sweet CIiow Cliow^ Gherkins and sweet and tour onions and the Heinz India Relish. These goods cannot be excelled by any. They are the choicest in the market. Nelson (& Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE b:oTc-'">To:o:aoxio;oK^^ Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Onr Hams and Bacon are noted for their tine flavor. Piche&Miron Telephone No. 1 OVER A BOTTLE of any one of onr carbonated beverages healths are pledged and good health will surely follow all who drink them for the purest drinks sold. Pure water, pare cane sugar and pure fruit flavors and extracts only ar6 used in their manufficture. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BflST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY i-r---- OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles i Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. * We can guarantee yon complote satisfaction. \ LeiridfI! Saierj k I (Snccessors to Horner o.ssi!)le th(! cost of producing iJacon hogs. One of the inoKt elabor-ato of Miosi! fixporinients was that cnrriofl on last ymir hy Hroi. Day, with the co-o|x.rntion of nearly half n score of fiirnnMK in flilTcrcnt parts of Cmiarlo. The results of this anfl sonio ot'lvcr cxporinienls hoyc 'been raportuU nt the Winter Pairs �t Guclph, intKl on such occasions a demand has more than once bpxm jnndc on liehair of the lariner.s tliat the pflckors il>f asked to show up the cost of transforiniinc' the.s(! hogs into bjit-on. Hut llvis rleiuaml, a roasortable one urnler the circuinslanoes has fallen on cloof cars. While, however, the packers havo refu.sLKl to voluntai'ily place their figures 'l,efore a fai'nicrs' gathering some facts which serNc the sanw purpose were 'brought out in txn action nocen'tly triotl in this city. The action was ft>i- 'the pur|ioso of dotor -mining the allotniii?n't and'price to be paW for certain .shares irv the Wmi." Dav'ies' Co. In conniK^tioii with this trial a. 'table was ex'hibit;xl showing the 'fHviciend.s which stock in 'the com pany has pai'd rlurinj? the last thirteen .years. Tii onl.\- one year has this 'flivi'flend stone as low as !."> jver cent., that was in l'.)0;i. In '08 .the ,\ear in which the pnckor.s ftrbiiror -i\y drop|>ocl 'hog pi-ices- in bho! autumn without any correspomling decline in the old country 'bacon market, the 'divklonds went up to 120. per pent. The exact dividend paid on Da vies" stock for the last lliirtecn years is as follows: For the year eliding March 31. 1893, 65 per cent. J8�4, 31 per cent. 189."i, 40 jw cent. 180(5, 45 i�r cent,. 1897, 100 \Tcv cant. 1'398, 120 iior cent. 1899, 82 per cent. 1000, 60 per cent. 1901, 274 per cent. 1903, 15 per cent. 1904. 30 per oent. 190.">, 41 per cent. 100�, 25 per ocr*t. That the s'tock its still a good in-vostmont is further shown by thcl'act that .J. W. Klavelle, mnnaginif director paid *400 per share for stock with o f�t� value of $100, during the past year  Invi'ow of these facts packers will have serious dilliculty in any attempt to convince formers hereafter that they une always paying more for hogs than conditions warrant. The W. C. T. U. CHINA IS tiOHTlNG OIUUM. All the opium dens and public opium sntoking places in China  aivj either closed up or are shortly to lie closwl. It i* not cxjKJcted or intOTd-Gd that the smoking of opium will, be stop|>cd immedi�toly. Conann^cl smokers arc to licensed under the anfi-opiutn cd-iofc and 'will 'b� allowed to continue to use the drug under certain restrictions. The "Evening Post's" special correspondont in China, says that the anti-opium cru-.sode is rollinji like a great m-WMvn owr the whole of the country, and is a serious eratc more than, at this critical juncture, wdien each day's procrastination makes the task more difficult to carry out. It hehovcs. therefore, every patriotic .student, in this country as well as outside, and every lovcr, of mankind to join togtHher in one common cru-sadcagainsi this hidious vice, which has for the pa�t fifty yvarn heen threatening the very cxi.stenoo of'the nation, and not until we are able to rid our nation of t'bc monster can we look forward, to the realization and regeneration of our empire." - Montreal Witness. ii the Botel jmmn I FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAnoN FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC liXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND C019 WATER Z RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | Warning at to Concrete. Collapst- of the Jlridgcmian building in Philadelirhia will again' at'tract attention to the hazard of concrete (H)n�triiet'ion. II. emphasizes 'the fact, so often poin'ted out, ithat roinforcod concivte inus't 'bo handled along scien-tilic lines aivd with much care. Oth-erwi.sfl it is dangerous. The usual explanation of such ai-'l-ions is that su|iports have been remowd while the work is "givKn." That state -ment may explain but it does not excuse. Mistakes of that sort should not occur. Concrete construction on ordinary lines is tedious if the factor of safety is fully regarded, but no contractor has any right to try to make speod at the expense of security. One thing is obvious. Concrete is a new ty|>e of construction. It must be followed cajitiousl.y until the factors of safety aIX! absolutely determined. Stresses aitd slmins not only bo carofully computed, but ample margin must be given until expcr -ience fi.xes I'iiii'its. Every engineer and. archi'lool is awnix; of the tix>a(!l>er,y of improi>er miixturos in concix'te and it really secnts this ty|ie of construction should 'be_^ut under export oflV-eial insiMjotion. tJencral building inspection is recogniseil as a necessity. Concrete .'demands something more than a (Jcrfunt-tory siiixsrvision, at least until ex|>ericncc has iwluced the froriuency of such acoitlenls. -Pitts -burg Dispatch. A GOOD Is what you are looking for. Then we are the 2 people for you; to have a little talk with^forfwe have on our lists several very excellent bargains hi Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. %aSmkC^ Matthews,>'�4 Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA m \9m mm omsK. A 'bar to heoven, .a door to hell; Whoever named it, named it well; A bar to manliness and wealth. A door to want and broken health; A bar to honor, pride and fame. A door to grief and sin and shame. .�V bar to hope, a bar to prayer, .'V door to idarknes.s ami despair; A iMir to honest, us-eful life, A thbridgu. WANTED, AT ONCE A dining-room girl, and a cham' bernwid. Apply Arlington Hotel. WANTED. A Arst-closs servant girl. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co., Lethbridge. t.t. I will mail you fi'ee. to prove merit, samples of my Dr. Shoop's prevailed over the strict Gemwn dis- lj^.5,o,^tive, and my Book on either cipl,ino in tho case of a sentry on dyspepsia. The Heait or The Kid -guard at Katabachdani. i^^y^ Troubles of tl� stomach Seeing a boy drowning in a pond oppo.s'i'te the barracks. Fusilier Boh- ' rict, undetiirrod 'by tho severe punishment that awaited him, 0 fm of .street grad -ing co.ft ,912.9.5; 8132,000 was sphonos and 'the system shows a surplus' 61 $7,49.5. Tho watnrworUs department showed a deflei't of only 573. Tho assosNinonl for 1907 is cstitntitcd at *21,000,000 or S4,000,000 more than in 190fi. U is ex|it'ctel mills. became acciua'intod with the circum -.s-tani�s, and instoud of � punish -mou't he prcscntethe barrMki. ' WM. TAYLOB, Lethbridge WANTI'ID. A good gwneral servant. Mrs. C. V. Bennett. .\pply to TOSITIOV VACANT. The wise father hogiivs -ing when ho notes that his suta in using great core in the selection of his iteckties, Alex. Miller, who has been instru-luontal in briagiiv,' uiuch capital to GroenwocMl for development of its high-grade mines is about cmil.iarking in a new enterprise. Associaitedwith Mr. Richard Arnistrong of Chicago, control has itx-.n securoti of the Colfax Coal Mining Coniixtny with holdings in Hrit'ish Colunvbia ^nd Alberta. In all .3,000 acres of coal-e nfu trouble for the right |>onplc to enlist capital in coal enterprises at pixificnt.-]W>un -dary Creek Times. Vou may have observed that some men make a specially of melancholy obscrvatioas. /eakness, alvay.s. And the Heart, and Ki'dneya as woll,'have their coii-rolliiig or insiile nerves. Weaken hc9e nerves, and .\'ou ine\itttbly have weak vital urguns. Hore is whore r. Shoop's Restorative has made its fame. No other remwiy evercluims o treat the "inside nerves." Also or bloating, biliousness, bad breath r complexion, use Dr. Shoop's .estorative. Write m� to-day for ample and froe Imok. Dr. Shoop, ,acin�. Wis. The Restorative is sold y All Dealers. One opportunity is enough iVir the man who knows how to take ndvan-tHge of- ii. FOUND. One mute, no visible brand. Owner qiay have aame by proving) property and paying expenses. Apply UNK'8 KANCHE, '13 Mile" Coulee. In L�tM)ridge on Tuesday, .'\ugust 6th, a dark bay horse, hrandcable aj^nt can make a lafgo salary. Apply at once to IHIMIN'IO.V OARME.N'T COMPAW, I.IMITED. Box 2�i8. OUEI.PH, 8-15-22- ONT. 8-1-.-22-29. A. HIITTOV, E. A. DIXOV STRAYED. One sorri'l iiiai"e, five years old. WciKht about 120t> pounds. Branded -2- on li^ft thigh. Was last seen in Scott's coulee, southwo.ft of Mac^.-od A roward of .$13.00 will bo paid on returning to J'",. H. DAWSON. J43thbridge. FOR SALE Four good heavy teams, hojivy harnessi.>s with teams. 'J'wo wagons, two sulli.y plows, one gang plow. Apply, C. S. RORIJP, 4 miles soiuh of I/jtlibridge, near the AH. & r. track. 1-8-15-22 1 ^ww mm NOTICE. NOTICE i8$ffiv�n that itae firm of Hution and Olxoa. tailors, haa been dissolved, Hr. A.' Hutton continuinK the said business and Mr. E. A. Mx-son retiring from the same. All debts owing, to the imM firm up to and including April aftth. 1907 are to he paid' to L. M. Johnstone, Barrister, L�titobridge Alberta, and al,l claims against the firm before that date arc to be pref�nt�d to him for pa.vment. *4 SEALED TENDEMS SEALED TENDEHS addressed to the undcr.signod, and endorsed "Ten-dor tor Supi>lying (.JiKiI for the Dominion Buildings," will lie received, at this office until Thursday, So|>tember :>, 1007, inclusively, for the .supply of coal - for the Public Buildings throughout the Domimon. Combineer, son tenderittg duelme to ontor'into a': contract when callod upon to do so, lor if ho tail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender he Aot accepted the cho�pie w-ill lie returntid. I'he Departimimt does not bind it-iiiif^.'ij .self to accept the lowest op any ten di'v. ; By order, .it m i STRAYED To my preiuisos, l(>-ll-20, wi.'st of 4th Meridian, a dark iv?d milch cow. Owner., can havo siinie Ijy piovln;{ pro|>ert.y and pa.ving ex|>ense of this adwrtisomon't. w. .1. m'.\r, 8-15-a2-a0 liothbridge FRED UELINAH, Secwtary; IVp,,) tiiieiit of Ptiblie Works, fKtaa, August l,.J007i,' New.spupci'.s will not i be p�id V this advert i.s.>i�ini It they imiert without pio|x>r authority fr<^ni ,,tha, Departmmt lA-Sa ;