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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Ouf PsarfSst, Brooch* Are bound jto delight you because of their original designs. The gold used is 14K plump, which meant much. The workman who' make them are specialists in their line. The reeult it bound to be sstifaction for you. Prices from |5to|2S Vim. C Liphardt SaCMSM* I* a. IlltlM Jeweler Optlolan T. E. Patteson OCT BLOCK teal Eatale, Insurants aa4 Fire, Life, Accident and Hai Ineuranoe in the beet companiee. Reaidential Lots, Modern Dwelling!, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for aale tor oaah and on.time. Fall particular! on application Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- Milwaakee, Chicago, ana* At Points Bast an** South Convenient trains, Pullman sleep, ers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining care. For full information address H.J Bergemann, travelling agent, 371 Robert it., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Department of Agriculture. Health of Animals Branch notice USE CAMPBELL SYSTEM OF FARMING Where Canadian cattle are Landed Columbia Restaurant downer"block Open Thursday Next, August 9th Everything new throughout, and table supplied with best the market affords OPEN DAY~AND NIGHT Meal Tickets, $5.00 CnoNQ Jam JVasq On E. W. KINGSTON Riding Breeches Specialist Attention In directed to the fol  lowing changes in the Regulations re Mango, made by Order In Council dated July 33rd, 1900:- (1) During the present season there will be no compulsory dipping ot cattle, other than those found to be nfTi>ctc>d with Mange, or to havo been In contact with affected dnltn  als, as provided in the general order in Council ot date June 27th, 1901. (2) No cattle other than thottc consigned to Winnipeg or to points In Canada east ot Winnipeg, shall be removed or be allowed to move out ot a tract which may be descrlb ed as bounded on tho south by the International Boundary line, on the west by the Rocky Mountains, on the north by the lied I>eor and Sas kntcht>wan Rivers to the line be -twad lulrngtm, ..., . . i> , . .� . .u .u ... JUNl ll ventilated buildings, with ample space, they Ho and chew their in the most homely/ miinti >r, and the majority of them show but and stretching nwny to the north 7 , """"�^ �� and west Indefinitely. Fvw people in " " ""H-rs, this dtdlltv. Wlnnl,�� reali^the unniZZ n,,l pr�"ab,>' Mn� t,uc to lh� ilpeg realize'tho magnitude and richness of this empire. It may bo compared to tho Inland empire of the American states between the Oas -cade ami tho Hocky mountains, consisting of 150,000 square miles of which Spokane is the c.-ntre. At the present time ninny Americans ate they have been on board ship "On the morning of our visit a cargo of 700 had just been disembarked ami were awaiting veterinary Inspection, our guide Informing us that not for a long tlmi had any suspicious case claimed attention, f treklng to tho lVaco IHver countrv. I CVi^ln� h�" on by day in the usual course. Were any one animal In a cargo to be to the far Northwest from Bdmon -ton. tho possibilities of which country will yet astonish tho world. "What opinion have you formed of tho wheat crop of this year?" found infected, the whole cargowouht have to be slaughtered forthwith and all fodder, immure, eta., that 'My opinion of tho wheat crop l�||!"d 'T *n co?Ucl l?1'^ ttn;' 1 tho lalrago thoroughly dislnfeclod. We Handle the Best ii Lines of Stoves and Ranges 1 | HicK (8L WaKely; The Leading Tinttprs, Plumbers, Stenm and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 11C. 4>4>4Hn�4>��������s)�)����S)� bnsed on some |>crsonal investlga tions, on comprehensive reports .......... kw. � v..�.^..>v� �. . �� fM����i,y anil currieu out rigKiiy. i the gr..at Influence on north-western "mno to nw Irately, on the reports lhclv ,, n,,sohllo,v no k.ftr �apiwnrlng In the Free Press, nnd c.-r- Camula of tho Japan currents, in Alaska. At Hkagwny I picked ttv fittest strawfierrles I ever saw and suw a field of tho finest poppies thu ever grew. When I roint'mbored that tho mountain ranges of tho south entirely disappear, ns one travels north, and when t recollected tho groat Influence of the Japanese oco.m currents, I at onco unccrstood why the mnto of western Canndu. should �m� such as it Is." "How did British Columbia ini pres#� you?" TRII.MISAI. FACILITIES. "I was greatly struck with the terminal facilities in Vancouver, uud by tho splendid harbors found along tho coast, certain of which will I e utilized by railways now In process of construction. The undeveloped mineral renouuvs. the lumber, and the water powers of the province also mado a strong appeal to me. My own boyhood*'was spent in the mountain districts of Colorado, and t sneak as one experienced when I say that the mountain scenery ot Canada is tho most magnificent on the continent. Apart from its mat orial value, this mountain country must prove ln:years to come u(great importance as a pluyground for your people. 'I saw the country at Calgary and Rdmonton, returning from 10 lhu woighls were that city, with valuable improve - wry ,ght ttnd lho lhought struck nents pays no more taxes than a us that wlth ,wm, rlBinK in |irici) ll)0> tts H ,B ,,ollllS _ . , ^ '"�ing owners to Improve vacant at the present time in America, th.-re ada.T had thought that the repora| loU ,, ,,, gm|t ttuVttn,ogThe Farm and Home have endeavorod to tell the truth about the country, and we tolieve that we have rent many thousands of iieople to it, but I am persuaded that we have under stated the case of Canada. DRY FARMING. "I was pleased to notlco In lho Free Press today, an editorial on tho subject of dry farming, a mutter wAlch is of the greatest consequence especially to the province of Albertu Certain it is. that In Southern Alberta, dry farming, by the C'nmplwll "The cheapness of money in your new districts profoundly impressed me. such light weights when the prucs prevailing in our dead meat murkm* at the present time have to 1st ne- districts, the settlers would pay llMIMrillirip deducted. From those ureZu'* I1'T* th� ratC8whlch Points of view we came to the con prevail here. I was much plena �l, too. with tho organisation of farmers for self-holp in various directions elusion that highly bred bulla wou'rt still be required, and that ttunv ,,,, , L would lie little probability of lho Home of the tendencies ol your .-du- auarl-1. . cntlnnitl system in tho west, the ten- r acre to the settler than any other Irrigable land on this continent. The annual cost ot water for irrigation (50 cents for each ucro irrigated) ls|Nl,n this FOR SALE. Alberta Red Wheat. Savon nulos south aast of Lethbridg* at wind mill. 70 cents per bushel, p. X Skouson. 1 ntth. to dull. | lhu animals soon once more, all.itv anre has to ba made for tho shrink- Toronto, Aug. 23.-Dr. Charles W. a&' that must occur on a long tail Wilson, ol Montreal, who is prom  and s*** Journey as compared vith inent in medical and social circles our homo fud cattle that have came of that city, and who is in attend - pretty direct from their feedln-.' ante at the meetings of tho British quarters. Though a great many of medical association here, was this those sides of loof appeared good on nuiming sentenced to u weelc in ji'U tnc tol�. '� 'P�l� a large majority of without tho option of & fine. It up- cases the animal had killed rath.�r lienT that l>r. Wilson, while into�'" Colic, Cholera nnd Dian^oei good digestion whoa Uu> bowels are Itemedy, which is the best known constipated. Mr. Chns. Raldwin of "^^''w for t***e disoases, should l-Jdwardsvillo, j||., soy,; i suffered always be kept at hand, as Imnwl - AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. .' . Tho cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. DO. HOUK unnnnnnnnnonr" LETHBRIDGE BREWING & �cooooow80Qoooosoooccooococ