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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Heinz Pickles Tu sour ami sweet Cliow Cliow, Gherkins ftiio.oToToToToTo:o.o.o:oTc Take Your Choice mid you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Onr Hums nnri Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 Profits in Pork Packing. The Dominion HopnrOnonl (>f Agriculture, iiR well as tlits Department r>f Agriculture of Ontnrio, have been curry Inn on fur somotlnis now, n large number of experiments for the (lUrpowo of demonstrating as nonrl.v ns possible (hi1 cost of producing iHioon hogs. One of the most elnbor-nlo of )hfvji- experiments was that carried on Inst year by Prof. 1>ay, with the co-o|>cratIon of nonrl.v half n Dfni* of furiwrs in different nuns of Ontario. Tho results of this and some other experiments have boon reported the Winter Fairs nt Ouolph, flnd on .such occasions a d.v ninnd has moro tlimi once bsen made on behalf of tho Innnor* thai tho packers ilx- linked to show up the cost, of transformine; these hogs into but-on. Rut tlvis demand, n reasonable o�u> under iho oircuuwlnnoes has fallen on deaf oars. W-hilo, hnwovor, tho packers hnvo refused to voluntarily place their figures l.efore a farmers' gathering .sou�> facts which serve tho same purpose wore hrouyh't out in an action recently tried In this city. The action was for 'tho purpose of deter � mining tho allotment and'price to ho paid for certain shares in, the Win." Dnvios' Co. In connection with this trial a table was exhibited showing lh�� �dividends which mock in -the com I tony has paid during l ho lust tblr-teen years. Ill only one year has this dividend pone as low as 15 per cent . thai was in 10011. In '98 the .vid hog prices in the ntrtunm The W. C. T. U. CHINA IS tUlHTINlJ OPIUM. All the opium dens and public opium smoking place* in Ohiti-.i  are either closnil up or are. shortly to he closed, M is not expected or intended that the smoking of opium will, l.o slopiwd immediately. Oonflrm-Kl smokers are lo be licensed under the anW-oplum odiot and will bo allowed to continue 10 use the drug under certain restrictions. The "Evening Post's" special correspondent In China, says that the anti-opium cru-satin Is rolllnjt like a great soa-wavo over the whole 0/ the country, and is a serious onrnsst movement. Tho number 0/ anti-opium societies Is Increasing from dav to day. The most prominent officials have joined in , he crusade and the movement has assumed proportions of a nationally patriotic nature. There are hundreds of anti-opium societies composed lur-gcly of young men, vhleh are usually headed by forolgn-eduented young men, and these mtv said to biivedoiie as much in suppressing the vice .is the ofllclals themselves. The Pckin Onvcrnmcnt has Instructed all viceroys and governors of the provinces to impeach magistrates who fail 10 put forth every eftori to suppress the vice, and do|�nrtment IkxhIs have ordered the tlismlsul of employees who use the drug. Altogether, there seems to Ik- no �|ucslion that China j is sincerely resolved to perservo in Uhis tremendous reform. Ami not I only Is the opium to he put down, ! hut at lite'request of the Chinese inmiimmmnummi..............t***--mmmm*mm without any corresponding decline in ] (ioxemmctit the ivprest-ntatives of! j the old country liacon market, the [the powers at Pekiu huvc agtvetl to j jilivideiHls went up to fjo |x.�r wmt. prohibit the Importation Oy (oivign i OVER A BOTTLE of any one of our carbonated beverages healths are pledged and good health will surely follow all who drink them for the purest drinks sold. Pure wnter, pure cane sugar and pure' fruit tlavors and extructs only are used! in their manufacture. 1 Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. I The e.xuct dividend paid on Jtovics' (stock for 1 he Inst thirteen years Is jus follows: I "or the year eliding March HI, I IHD.'t. r>r> per cent, i J81)4, .'II per cent, i ISO.". 10 per cent. 1 J8im. 1.1 |>er cent I 1HDT, 100 |ier cent. I 1�08, 120 per cent. 18'.)t�. S'J |s-r cent, j lOOO, �i0 per cent. t'JOl, 'J7J iter cent. 100;j, l."> per ceut. 1001, 80 per cent. 10O.1, -11 i�cr cent. 10041. 'J."i per cent. Thnt tin* stock is still n good In-j u-slnvnt is lurther shown by thefoet I that .1. W. Klnvelle, managing y Chinese, says: "We are ,glad lo note Uiat with tlte general awnkeniug of nation nlism among our ficople this most important cpiestlon has not l*vn ov. crlookctl ami that within recent>t>iim"t the opium crusade HQTjIce Good Bargains property A GOOD Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for*we I have on our lists several very excellent bargains in j Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (2b Matthews,^ Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA >> 7 ^1 A Coventor With a Big Heart. l.ielil�.-nnlU-(t's u fast horse. A little ineideitt which has boon most 'occurnod when the llapiist conveti- vigorous,' and it concludes: "At no liine^kn we ncc4i to co-o|>cratc more than at this critical Juncture, wjicn each day's procrastination makes tIk-task more difficult 'to carry out. It Ijehovos, therefore, every patriotic studetit. in this country as well as outskle, ami every Jover of nuuikind to join aogetlier in one common crusade against this hidious vice, which has for the l>a�t fifty years been with fl face value of $H)0, during the past y.ttr threatening the very existence of the � In view of these facts packers will .nation, and not until we are able | have serious dilticull.v in any attempt ito rkl our nation of the monster.Can I in convince fanners hereafter thai we look forward lo the ivulization FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE | they are always paying more for i Iioks than conditions warrant. Warning at to Concrete. ,111x1 rx�sen.?rat ion of our ' Montreal Witness. htUN'K. empire." - HOTEL DALLAS ! CollnpsV' Of the - in Philadelphia ! attention to the I A bar to heaven, a door to hell; liridKeiii'.in building i Whm-ver nnnssl it. named it well: WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS will ngain'attract I'|inr to manliness and wealth, hti/nnl of concrete \'l or to want and broken health 1 const ruel ion. 11 emphasizes the fact, i so often poinled out, that reiiu'oic.vl ; ! eoiicii�te iniist be haus of thul sort should ; not occur. Concrete construction on | lion f-ing held at Kilmomo.i in June, illustrates both these features of his character excellently. Itnron lixhult the Hussinn lioptiwt lender, was pre-ent at th"* eonvc>nt'i, a bar to prayer, A door to darkness and despair; A bar to honesl, useful life, A or lo all things true and brave, ihis double-seated buggy did ho driv� of the uvuehery ' iif iuiprii|K ami ! it ivnby sisMiis this ty|K" of construe- ' Whoever named it, named it well. The poem was composed 'by a nwn in the penitentiary, put in for forg-ins a check while intoxicated. Discipline vt. Humanity. I on. Th? little act of kindness was done in the most unnssunring umttner, nni apparently without (the K�a�i thought_of official dignity. Western-jOrs can tell of scores of similar in-stnncos, iiikI It is the simplp kind-! llnoss of this man that has mn**+�.4j> * ,tion slioulil lie_^iiit under export olll-: cinl ins|m*i't ion. Oeneral buihiing in-, spection is i\'Cognistsl us u aocessily. , Concrele -demands something more jOinn a |ioriunclor.v supervision. nt least until cx|ierioncc has induced the Ik-rlin Aug. 12- Humanity hus prevallid over the strict derman ilis-cipl,ine in th^? case of a sentry on guard at Knt/.liuchdam. Sis-ing a Ih>.v drowning in n p�>n.l opposite the barracks, Fusilier Itnli-rict, undeterred by the isliment that awaited him. quitted his post, saved the youth and then | returned with a soaked skin. took i up his plllo and awaited ivlief. Arrestid on the charge of dereliction of duty, llohri'ht was paraded I before his ivglment to receive sen 1'n.HtUeiicy ilness for Uk- i year wns $1,2JI2,471. During li)0(i ( theiv .wore 42.17S ftt�i of wooil side- | walk laid, at a cost.of $24,44 1, ami i 12,.r�7ri feit of granolithic ai u cost I of $4(1,4110 II. Pive hundix'd and (if- j loon feel of lioulevuivling cost $1(1,- ; 8/Ki ami *2.1oo f�n nt .stm-i gnnd - ! ing cost Sll ,012.Ofi; *:12,(M)0 wits siM>nl on sewer construction. The municipal power and electric light, plant, showed a surplus of SIO,-000 in addition tu H 1i mills. The commander in the meanwhile became ncu,uu4nled with the circum -stnnces. and inslcid of n punish -nvant he presenteil a large sum to Itohrichl und nccni'li-d him a furlough nf!"i- holding him up as un example of courage to his comrades. MOlir. COAL INVICSTMICNT Herald Ads. Bring Result Alex. Miller, who lias been instrumental in brin^iiv; much capltul lo 0ixthbridge. Altn in-22-29-.1 FOR SALK. For Sale-A correspondence course in gonil school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply tollox O, ner- hi ofilce. A Wis. WANTKD. good g.-�nera) servant. ('. V. Dennett. Apply to POSITION" VACANT. This territory is op.-n for an ngent, either lady or gentleman, to ivpre suit us anil handle our perfecting fitting, tnilor-mudo'to.order skirts. A riipuble asent can make a large salary Apply at once to DOMINION' (1 ARM F.N T COMPANY I.IMITI'.D. Ilox 2(IS. CPF.I.PII, ONI' SI.-,-22 Ona opportiinity is enough for the man who knows how to take advuu tage of it. FOUND. One mule, no visible brand. Owner may have sume by proving property and paying expenses. Apply LINK'S RANCHK. "12 Wile" CoiileB The wise I'u'thor giiv> invest ignt -ing when ho notes that his win is using great care in the selection of his nocktles. You nin.v have observed that some men make a specially of melancholy observations. LOST. In Lothtoririgc on Tuesday. August (3th, n dark bay horse, branded Ace of Clubs on left shoulder, vented, im Irt't thigh I las cut across off hind hoof. Reward will !� given lor return to W. WILLIAMS, Plasterer, l�thbridgi 15-22-2S-S General Teaming. Wlititt you require your gardens plouRhctl, your ytmle oWaned up, sollara dnu, or nny other teaming done. SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop ii poat eitrd iu the office, your ordor will receivuour prompt atten-cion. COAL must be paid for Miilolivoryv Residence and ttablo an�t of the UHrraokt. \VM. TAYLOKf Lethbridge NOTICE. NOTICK is given that the firm or lluiton and Dixon, tailors, has oevn dissolved, Sir. A. Hutton continuing; the said' business and Mr. E. A. lMx-son retiring from tho same. All dobts owing lo the said firm up to and including April 2�th. 1907 nre to bo paid to L. M. .Tohnstone. Barrister, Lethbridge Alberta, and a 1,1 claims against the firm before that date are to be presented to him for payment. SI." 20. A. HUTTON. K. A. DIXON. STRAYKD. due snii-el inai-i', live years old. Weight about 120O pouuils. Ilranded -2- on li'ft thigh. Was lust seen in Semi's coulee, southwest of MiicUmu| A reward of $15.00 will be paid on returning lo K II. DAWSON. lethbridge. KOR SALK. Four gooil heavy teams, hoavy harnesses with learns. Two wagons, two sulky plows, one gang plow. Apply. (' S. MOMI'P, 4 miles s'lUtli of lethbridge, near Hie Alt. & I. track. 1 8-1522 S IUAYKD. To m.v premises, ltd I-20. west of 1th Mvridinn, a dark tod nvllcli cow. Owner - can have .same by proving property and paying expense of this Hdwrtisemenl. W. .1. Ill'NT, 8-15-32-20 ijothbridge SEALED TENDERS SKALKD TENDKRS addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender lor Supplying I'on I lor tho Dominion Buildings," will lie received at this ofllee until Thursday, Septemlter ,">, 1007, inclusively, for the supply of coal for the Public Buildings throughout the Dominion. Combiiiisl specification and form of tender can bo obtained oe, applied -tion at this office. Persons tendering nro notified tha.t tenders will not lie considered unless made on the printed form supplied, and signed with thur actual sigivi � times. 1'Uich teiKler must he acconlpnnied by un accepted cheque- on a chartered bank, made payable 4.0 the order of tlie Honorable tho Minister of Public Works, ef|Unl to ten per cent (10 p. e.) of tho amount of the tender.which will be forfeited if tho tier son tendering decline to ontor into ft contract when nil led upon 1o do so, or if he fail to romploto the work contracted for. If the Lender be not accepted the chet|iuw dor. lly nrdar, .FRKD (JKL1NAS, SoceeUry. IVpiii'tmeiit of I'ublic Works, ottiiii. August 1, 1007. 1 Newspupecs will not he puld tor this advertisement If they intsort it without proper auihurlty from iho! Depurtment U�-32 91 ;