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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Ltd., every lawful Street, Lethbridire, Alberta, Canada AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and .Job. Dcpts. Cross Drug Johnston Jack Pso Storel e -Bros. Alberta the Lethbridge Bally Herald. 31, Jfltti. HERALD months, by mail by.maii both new S5c d old WEEKLY. HERALD in.eight or more pages, and contains of the .week, .local and district advance ....5Qc B. A AtpMson... Clareshof L. Grassy Diamond DT Arc's -.Drug-Store. M. Northam .Vancouver; B. News Co. Brown Tomorrow Sir to the new building and a thorough inspection of it will convince who may doubt this statement The hospital is indeed a credit to Lethbridge and to: the West, and w.ks: ;such that it is seldom'-'r ivho.had tae-.d iccurately. He conclude "I--.asked you for .of.whiskey, iwanteji H.5- cents" worth? You hav money ;for everything .I have tak en; -haven't1 then, -what' eating passing into mor astounding jirofanity. went through the operation of making change.. Th stranger picked" U3 his money, gay another broadside, and. wen out. dull, and oppressiy silence'matched him xo. Tii'en, ic look" toward his other, jjatroas, and said: have given :th' whole j, i-d.known ;what to say to'him.'' There all this'- which bnt it seenis as f. !n_ fugitive way Mr. man might be able to sympathize with. Side Lights have vital pro-blems'af- Z ihe -other is and The one i guidance., of the affairs! party of publio A strict, thci head of the police or.the of license- and "police s made into shoot- police judgment in is Scotia, .Ms p.; Of Pictou, and a leading "citizen of Ms know- and.jher: were .almost entirely depend- ent '.upon the eperation of the -.To-day.the Prime Minister .sees seven .or eight times instead of the bound .Jess, Barren .prairie, producing aoth- ing but grass- for.-the- cattle, fcorses and the, VancJb.es. 'he sees S3o-s-., the same prairie converted, into larms produdng 'ta'e wiieat and oats that have made Alberta famous. A1J the 'plains are towns and vii- -lages surrounded by well cultivated and productive farms. Besides the corralis for loading the live stock important agricultural centre, a a railway centre. Jhs growth and 'development of the city is-but the growth and de- velopment-in; the surrounding country and the cityjs: distinguished visitor though not.-permitted-by the stress-of agricultural couatry to any-great extent can judge of the progress'made by its effect as seen in the growth of the-city. There1 will" fte a certain amount of satisfaction the mind of -the Pre- mier, as he. thinks of these things, for as ex'ery one-else From Odier ums (-Kansas Sis; little" XJoulds. all .in a TOW. fir got married, and two .stayed' so. Ada, he tie plains are to be seen num- erous elevators, mills and warehouses As a result of this great development floes; that -as Minister of Can- he hasffead a very important part Development and. progress of great country. The problems of fifteen years ago.are.not the problems of Siri-WiUrid is doing well to see the conditions for himself and learn at first-hand what the .require- ments of the country .are that --as re the surrounding country iTtvi S Ot are re couiurj, Leth, .markaMe maintained. A Tip for'GaJgary. In Lethbridge :tne authorities en courage the .children -to -use the schoo: yards as- playgrounds during vaca tlon, and the plan-has had exceilen. results. It is late in the -day to sug- irest.that it-be tried Jiere it might be kept in mind, and "acted oo next summer., Somethinn Seems to Remind Us. (Chicago TribimeJ "'I have nothing tc ident James S. Sherman. when Jim" -McGarry own- t and operated a rum sh-OD, a man came-in -his saloon and asked for a Crink of whiskey. Many men enter- ed each day with the same--request or Jim would not ha.ve- been in the business, but. this particular-man-has been remembered-because he after- ward was the. chief figure .In an un- published "Dooley" story of Finley, uunne.. ou.tih'e bottle. The .man. wl.tii. the The .Dollar Measure. (Boston Transcript) Mrs. "intend. to stay away long. this- Mrs. know just how long-' I ?500 seaside and' -300 at the -mountains. Plsyjno Safs. (Chicago-News.) There -was' u- oar ____ iear-: ed he-d-- Mssed: -some microbes' Xriom his sweethearts When-he .found wftat he had done, .with ali-hls- might and main, he rushed back -the ing night, and kissed 'em on again.1.' Ail's tA M A broken: the the, kiXS ;j .love '.No' .What -fea wantedVyou'll. gather from L te> as bUr next excursion leaves Lethbndge the morning of September 4th, and points between Macleod arid Calgary afternoon of 3rd net per acre This looks large, piumuiem grower stating that his cherries yielded this in 1S09 and 1910 "v let jhow yoii the proof and convince you >w Leihbridge Hotel Block COMPANY The -Modern Polsnius. (LouiST.'ille Conner-Journal.) -Don't .be., unscrap.uious ia a 'small y, son." "All. right, "There's, a .big 'difference watermg stocks and milk." WHEN xirst a. whitish'gleam- appears" clouded moon that slowly dears" your: faithful friends be- ro whisper that vpSair is thin. clouds. divergent 4 crescent moon .is.at the poll- oupfnends recommend I trang-e dressings, for your upper end. hey ,-say this strange result must -be he fruitof early-piety- our soul is-monidsh, they declare- ne tonsure triumphs o'er your hair. v poured f, trem-bled on. the edge of the ..glass'and- was about to inun- date'the -bar. Then he .tossed' ..and threw: .the' expect- ant whiskey -down-: an appreciative throat. Jim, wip had observed Jim, wno had observed-the pouring of the whiskey with' the interest of a -V playing ground for sportive flies- saloon keener Who a -man A CVHQS7i.ro wai" mutter .And urge for a cohsiaeration ij" remedialLnrepaTation. The ton becomes-a stubble-land vv here scanty signs of harvest stand At lasu as friends -consoling think i is sleek as, any roller -rink. FOUND? YOU BET! WHAT? J.IJ.CH, Vi -beecli, Birch and Maple i'loprlno- CITIZEN'S LUMBER eOLTD Yard Office Phone 362-, OAD Office Phone 334 COU saloon keeper who sees a man. taking An Ontario man tr he West on a fast THE CAR WINDOW ,to.-ihe effect that "west Of Winnipeg hundreds of acres of wheat and oats that would never be cut. for reason that it was not worth'cat- "ting-. .In .other places he -saw the tanner .ploughing up the grain: in oth ers he saw what would be an aver- 'age crop. .He saw excellent' crops. of course." Certainly, fee saw good crops, but te leaves that to the last, giving the first" the crops In all of his letter not a is said to the. effect 'that she has had.ejweptional'cjlmatic con- T.O contend with this year. hL's main object being to damage a section or Canada that is dota? more than any other to create prosperity for in- Ontario. IncWentally it is ;pat an impression of Ontario gath- ered from the windoow of a fast trair is net'er good at any time. UNITED STATES TOTAL CROP. crop reports indicate' 000 bushels over the tenve- crop' of. sge. Bariev will eoual -bushels less tbapfcrop of bushels an will exceed the previous season, rtU j. _ _ __ _ 7 production, years' -average but tion. Cornjpromises aJyieM.of the previous season, and is 23 per cent, over a ten years' 'crop; average ing buefaels, compared with bushels. The total .pro- auction of these grains, as -reported is bushels, while the ten- year average is. ,-us (Cotton .condition indicates a csop 'bales, or taj of STOCK 'f Vl SCHOOL SBRPLDES OPENING ..f paper; num- ber of-. cover designs on our -Exercise Books are be- yond .precedent. The other goods are of the best procur- able. THE RED CROSS BRTJO BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory .Drug Acadia Block, Red path 8t Day and Night PHont 551 Night Picture Frtmnri A cynosure of curious A-blank of boarding as the. case is To let'-for advertising spaces. Your cap.slips off and leaves you old lourrhead.grows.addled with the cold now is not of hair--. wear or not to wear? News. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY? Globe) to for, but-it has fits pretty man of going on the -stage. A-man who has been married twice is always saying --second marriages are respectable. WJien-a unsatis- ractory to the community -in which he Jives; and .generally abuse mm. it is always said that "his wife is A.woman n0 sooner becomes, factithatrshe. '-school for-'wires IRON AS-D-BRASS FOUNDERS; MACHINISTS. BLACKSailTHS AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE :J32 BARONESS ROAD Extras for Beeves 32S. P. alwayTon hand, We'can" make extras for all other engines-at the shortest, notice on receipt of old wheel. We have on sstt! i5 in" Fiitch m. w Ions. Steel Angles, 1 in. to S in., 30 ft. long. r< (t l We have one-large .sale complete'or" i New and Engines and Dynamos for sale cheap. to -enter a training, school he you? is -doing, re WiH rent very reasonable for the winde PHONE 1425 CO OFFICE-ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;