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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 r '> r : _ ai"irr'ri'Tnl'.Vi""'Y:ed at suoh a late on Saturday and Sunday as to cause apprehension among the farmers with late grain. Thow was no fros't, however, as the lowest point reached was 36 degrees. The cool woather makes the grain very slow-in ripening hut it is filling well ami is yet from ten days cto three weeks ahead of other parts of the province. Frost smote the country north^and west. At Nonton, the late grainwos baldly toviched and sonve late spring wheat j[Si being cut for green feed. All the way from Calgary to Edmonton the frost did more or less damage, an 1 around Okis about two anchos of the beautiful covered 'the earth on Saturday inorniivg but did good rath cr than harm. At no point was serious dnnnage done except to the very late grain. � �  Twin Cities Afflieted. I Onon mora the Twin Cities of M>in-! ne.sola are 'tlw scene of disaster. On j Monday a terrific electrical storm ac-i companie'l. which city sutlereil a great d�i| of damojgv. Minneapolis fared even worse, ibuildingK, towers, elevators, poles aiwl wires lioing blown down. Fires .tftarted by lightning ragent over the edge of the steep coulee, rolled over wagon and al,l three or four times, but came olT with only a few scratches. Tlvere is no one quite so disagreeable ns the little roan who pi-esumes too much upon his small size. Game Proteetion. Tha Meraldis requcstod to bring to the attention of prospective sports the following clauses of the G-ame Act, assetitfld to by the Uioutcnant Governor on March 15, 1907. Game Birds Protected. Clau.se Mo person shall hunt, trap, lake, shoot at, vound or kill-. 1. Any bird of tho.se species of the family Anatidae cimiinonly known as ducks an-d swan.s, lx?tween the Is-t day of January and the 23rd day of .August; provided always that any person may at any time take and kill in that portion of the province Ijing north of township 30, any white-winged scoter: 2. Any bird of the fnmi\y Gruidae, commonl.v known as cranes, between the l.st day of January and the 1st day of September; 3 Any MM of the fanrily RalUdao or rails and coots between the 1st day of January and the 1st day of Septomiber; 4. Any bird of the family Linvi -colao, or shore birds, incl,uding snipe sandpiijor, plover and curlew Ijctwoen the l.'vt day of Janiiary and the 1st day of September. r>. Any bird of the tam-ily Gallinae commonly known as grwise, part -ridge, pheasant, ptarra'igan, ami prairie chicken liefoi-* the 1.5th day of Septeml>er, 1908, and aftej-. such date such date lietwoen the 1st day of Novc.mil)or, 1908, and between the Is't day of November and the 1st day of October in each year thereafter, lirovidod that no English pheasant shall tie taken or killed at any time, nor shall more than twenty birds of the family Gallinae be killed by one pc^rson in any one day nor more thon two hundred 'in the season; and no person other than a game guai^ian in lespoct of game forfeited shall) at any time +)uy, .ell, Imrtor, or ex -change any bird in th s sub-claus3 moniionod. Clause 8 rcarls: No person ehall hunt, trap, take shoot at, wound, or k'ill any animal or bird mentioned in this Act on thp fuBt day of the Week, commonly known as Sunday. The law in respect to t'lvoso clauses will he rigidly enforced and positively no Sumlay hunting will Ije allowed. Further particulars regarding the game laws cnn be obtained ffrom Howard Ca.ecial Lethbridge numiher. 'ISie editor, Morse Q. Itavis is doing the writing personally, while M. It. j Martin is looking aflor the oidvertis-I ing. They have two photographers with them who will take n'lJout MOO views lor the special nuniiber. 'I'ho City Council has given Its support by taking a page of the r^umiber for a city ~ advertisement. The publishers I will give the Hoard of Trade, one thousand copies. The staff arc en thuffiastic about this district and their paper will reflect their golden opinion.s of 'l*o best district of the We.st. Gas Struck. On Satur OR 9TOL,EN. From the promises ol the Leth -bridge nrewing Co. one norrol mule ivi'thbraHl 70 on right shoulder, A reward of *25 will be paid to any -one returning him to the owners. lMf>t HOon on Sunday, Aug. 18th. LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTHING-CO.,:,,.,,.. tf The air was blue im Spokane the other evening when 'the flyer missed connections with the O. B. a'nd N.R. R. by an hour, making the passen -!gf-rs wait for tweaty-threfj hours bo-' fore 'they could go on to Portland. When the company has difncult'.v in keeping schwlule time, allowance should bo mode so that unplcasMint waits such as these can >>o avoided. Mr. Fraser of Colcnwn, mine manager for the Intoinntional Coal and Coko Co. of that place is surveying ',on the Barni'ss mine property to-da,v, for the Bo.val Coal Co. THE. Sl'ORY OF A $1. Ten years ago* a farmer put his initials on a dollar bill, Tha noxtday ho wei*t to the nearest town n.n-d spent it with a morchan't. Before the year wn� out ho got the dollar bacic again. Four tinKS in six yonrs the dollar came to him for produce and �Ihroo timofi ha heard of it in the poc-kM of his neighbors. The ln�t time he got it l:ack was four year ago. Ho sent it to a tnail order house. Ho has never, seen that dollar bill sinca nnd never will, Ttwtt dollars will nnv er pay any more ochool or road tax for him, will never build or brighten nnyof the homes of the community. Ho sent it entirely out" o( tlw circle of usotulncfiH to Mmself and hi.'-, noigb bora.-Medicine Hat STewsi BOTH Faihioo and good taste demand soitable shoee foe every occsiton. 'X^uceo Quslity" Shoes enable you to iodolgc this tsstc without cztts'rsgance. And with the ehann of variety and correct style* they eom-Unc moderate price. **Qutta Quality^ Shoes present s shoe ioe every occasioo, a style for every taste, a fit for twf {oot� We want yoo to see the beautiful low cut styks we arc now showing at $34)0 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. 4 I YOUR EYES We have the scientific instrntneiite for determining and oorreotingr any and all d(>fects of vision, no matter the nature of your case. If your glaeaes do not suit you perfectly, call on us. We fit any eye that responds to li(;ht. You are invited to oall. We delight in showing our metltods and equipment. The testing of eyep ia not a matter of guess work, o6r is it a matter of trying on pira of ready made glasses. It is science; governiKl by principles which none but a person who has studied the anatomy of the eye can understand. -No guess worli in our melhoda of testing the Eye. ' O. R. OREX. Eye Specialist, post graduate of Winona Optical College and South Bend Optical Institute. < V R. A. WRIGHT, THE JEWELER ;