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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUAUTY.' ealifoniid Prunes Fresh and soft Checkerboard brand In 1, 3 and 5 pound packages Nelson (ft Froser (SucceBsors to Siierlock, Freemau A Co-) SELECT A SITE PrtftbytcrtAiit Vole ia Fftvor of Property oa BvrJctt* St. The vute lov a aite for the n�w PreMbyterlan church i�ault�d in favor of the property a.t th� comer of Ouf-ferln and Burdott St., adjoinlnf Or. Oalbraith's rtisidence. Thin site re -oaived IIU votca; that on Radpath Bt., opposite .). E. Lethbridge'B residence, 05; the uiainae site, 34 and the property on the comer of Duffer-in Glynn Sta., la. It is understood that tunders will to asked for the cunstructiuii of the new church lucdlutely. A out:AT HI.OW. (Craubruok Herald.) -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON At the Summit of Success you'll tind the Letbbridge Brnwing & Malting Co. bmnd. Hdte plOMe^iidte a few of oar [>ri;ae wlitnen, popalar approval the judge : Qinger ale and beer, litmon soda, cream �oda, �ana* l>Mrilla, leuioD sour, ironbitew, atraw-berry, orange and tthanpagne cider. "There are otherti'* The average price ia $2.70 the caM of 24 bottles, let down at your dooc. Une trial proves pnrity.palatabilityandwfaoleaontvneia Leth bridge Brewing & Ma-ting Company, Ltd. A laundry In Lethhridge hos proven a failure. No wonder. Hang a shirt or any other article of lingerie on the line fur five minutes when the wind is 6(owing in that town, and'it will become as white as the driven (inow and as free fri>m dirt as the sa.nctificd soul of nn archangel. Nu mun in L�thbridgc thinks of chasing his hat when it blows oflt. Ho slin  ply turns ai'uuud and waits until another good one comes nlmg. That wind, ladnnod with the warmth of oulhora suns, baa blovn prosperity to Lethbridge, and made it the attractive winter resort of Sunny Alberta, It has blown away bad reputations and wrestled hard with good ones. It has blown the town full of energy and hope, filling the people with a realixation of the great future d( the place. It is blowing new rail-roAdB and new industries into the town. It is blowing the dust and cobwebs out of some of the stores and' blowing in modern equipments and modern ideas. It is a great wind and the people will not mourn the Iailur�'i>f the laundry so long asthat wind keeps on blowing. for a-eoM, ehangad 190k, met the ardent love light in the eye* of the wouldbe bride groom. In short, she gave him the frolen face and refused to eatw the-conjugal relation with him. The young man's feelings were hurt, likewiM his pocketbook, but being a n^aa of mourcea be thought he saw a -way.to repair the toatter. He knew of a eounto'inan "Who also had ideas of marrying and hunting him up he prwaented him to the girl. This ont^ looked better to the maid and an ^arrnngement was soon efletit-ed. Thf friisnd agreed to buy the licence from So. Jl for what it had cost and to relnibur.., to dctorniine^ the causes of infection from the stinking smut of wheat and eilective tueans of controlling it, under the soil, climatic and other conditions of western Canada, have already been fruitful Inportint U|islatloii iMrotfuMi by Alberta GsvcrnmcM. rilOVINClAL SEED FAIH. The first annual Provincial Seed Fair will be held in the Oreat West Implement Uuilding, Ednianton, on March Otb, 7th and 8th. The prixo lists are now ready, application for which should bo made to the tNipart-mnnt of Agriculture, Eklmonton. Clause 7 of the rules in the prite list sceciflca that nli exhibiu must conform to the Dominion Seed Contract Act. This should read, "Seed Control ,Act." For the "benefit of thoso. who are not familiar with this .^ct a summary has been prepared by Mr. W. t'. McKillirun, as follows: The 8�c^ Control Act is intended for tho pi^otection of farmers and all buyam of fArm seeds and for the protection of the majority of seed men againat the more dishonest and un-scrupuiouM members of that trade. It is BotteteadiNl to compel a man to uae good. seed, but to help to enable him to doi ao if ho wishes. Clause 8 imr this act ia the one of most inteVeat to the Alberta farmer. It fyrblds tlie selling or offering for Bale as seed, any seeds of cereals, grasses, cloven or forage plants tliat contain iiiy seeds of: Wild Mustard, Tutebllng-ifuatard, Hares' Ear Mustard, UutI Mustttt^d, Stink Weed, Wild Cats, liind Weed, Perennial Sow ; Thtetle, Rag-Weed, Great Rag weed, I I'urple Coiikle, Cow Cockle, Orange Edmonton, Feb. 20.-The big thing at last, night's seaslon of the lagia -lature was the premier's bill tor the establiShiBeut of public iibrarlM. In moving the second reading of tM UU /Pmaier Rutherford stated ttet au apology nor defenos was re-i]WMd-ior tlia government attlon In this rsapeet. Free librariea did'- not exist ia thla provinea as in the other iiroVineaa of the Domialoa. The principal objection raised would tie \ thH expense; notxidy objeiited to? the I schools, and the .public library was 1 tlie school of the adultf -The chief 1 source of crime was ignorance; good literature ei.llght�ned and added Ut the sum of human happiness. The bill provides for the^tabliah-niettt of libraries in towns and cities [.that comjply with the regulations, and fur a ft�e reading room in connection with each. ; Oil the prmehtation to a municipal council of a petition signed by one-tinith of the ratepayers -the -taw requires that a bylaw be submitted providing for a public Ubrar}-, . and that'the rates of three-fifth* of the qualified electors who actually vote uiMtt tlio question should be considered a majority. Provision is madf for administration of the library by a board of .which the mayor of the town or city shall be an ex officio member,. ai> though not more than two roembera of the council may l>e members .ofthe board at once. The board shuil have power to^ac-quiro lands and buildings but. are limited to tiie expenditure of ti,- rate. The government will aid each llli-rary by giving a dollar for every dollar expended by the board tor books, up to tSDO and 50 towards newspapers and-magasiaea. The-bill passed its second hw'diag. E. Moms annouBcci to hit old friends and customen ht hat opened a POR Lessen^ in m �.Mm mm 00 TO Qeneral LoiDbei' BnsinBSs On Baroness Road, cast of the Coi.Tt House Give Him a Call. Get CAl'TUHING ANTELOm significant results. A summary -. . these is now being published in bu',-i �� �"'y ^^got of Rye. letin form by tho Seed Rranch, l)e-j'*�'e only way a merchant can sell partment of Agriculture, Ottawa, �����e is by marking ^ and will be ready in a few days for P��''��� �� �>ag or on a free distribution to farmers who ap- ' 'atoned thereto the munes of ply for it weeds present as well OS his own Dr. Faull has 8,>enl considerable } time in the wheat fields of Manitoba, WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Hameas, ConconI Harness, Straps, etc'always on hand. ^ We can giiurnntee yon complete aatiafnotion. Letbliriili (Successors to Hornet i- Hntohioson) ^K^fc ^fc ^fc'^ifci aT�^ 1^ ^^^^^^ � � a - - .....'...........................'i ClK Bote! Jlrlinflion; FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. 600D ACCOMMODAriON fOR THE TRAVELING PUBUC kXCELLCNT CUISINE BATHS . HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$I.BO A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBEfiirAJ TENDERS. Tandsrs Will receiwd until3lareh ]i 1907, far the following dtflivor-m om tha aita of the BIJiieon Hilling A Elevator Co., coiwr of Fond and Westminster Streets, , Letbbridge, Alberrta. Cemsnt, aaad, and gravel to ba 4a'lv�r�d as re ,uired during March aad Airii. 8.10 bbta. good coaiont. ITS yarda good elaon, sharp sand. 825 yarda good, clean gravol. 800 aauare MMium galvanised ManHoba aiding. lis �iuara Medium paintad Bast-laica ihlnglca. 100 kaga Mils, 3" 4" S" 8" T�ndprt �ill also be rac0i\'�d for the axcavating of foundation walla, 9' a"x4' and 8' ikigk or S' under ground and 8' above itlie groural. The right is reaerveii to rojact any or all bids. AKMran CBOROB W. ORBfSN, aaymend, AHiarU NoncE Notice is herejkv given by "The Provincial Lumber Company Lin>it  cd," that at the expiration of one month from the date of the flrat publication hereof it ia the intention of the said company to apply for a change of ita nama to "The Provincial Lumber and Manufacturing Saskatchewan and Alberta and also in careful laboratory work. The results ol his observations will be much interoHt and value, to wheat growers in wcMturn Canada. He has found that on account of tho smut balls be.iig practically impervious to solutions used in treating seed wheat all the spors cannot bo killed by practical methods ol treatment, further, that oifcctivcncss of treatment does not depend so much on tho Rtrnngth of the Noltition as on rc-movinj; the smut balls and wetting all tho smut spores attached to tho grain. It is believed that the difficulty of wetting smut spores lodged In creases of the grain has tieen much under-estimated. It was found that one pound of blueslone in 20 gallons of water would Immediately kill any smut spore with which it came in conduct. Although stronger solu -tions may have a greater penetrating power, it is more advisable, considering the effectiveness of treatment and the injury to tho seed by the use of strong solutions, to nse a ^weaker solution and immerse tho grain in it for at least two hours. The results of Dr. Faull's work would indicate that formal in'of guaranteed 40 per cent strength is to be preferred to tho blucstono, particu -larly when short treatments hove to lie made. GEO. H. CLARK, Dominion Seed Commissioner. --7 A ROMANTIC WEDDING, (Frank Paper.) 3 to 3 toet deep tor building laSxes Company, Limitad." Mat aad building 40x40. Dated at Lethbridge the seth day Tenders will t* received for the of February. 1007. laying ot 800 feat parch of fouate - | W. C. IVES, tias waUi wltk as�cat waits avaraga falicittr for appltcaat Coaipaay, A romance of a docidely unusual kind and which would.furnish George Aid with a'capital thrnne for one of his "Old Storiea Revised," has Just had its happy denouncement inFrank The story is not exactly a retelling of the story of John Alden, but is very much like what one might ex -pert Humorist Aid to make it if he were to revise the old tale. A young man of Frank's foreign born population had tnarrying inclinations. He know of a maiden - i nn a Ilenediet. But there was no falling into one another's arms. Evidently the maid-cB'a mind had pictured a different looking tBdlvidual as tha man she eoaia nearly 4O00 aiiiea to wad, While this clause nominally requires absolute purity for these weed seeds it is recognized that this is impoe-,f, sible and those in charge of the an-iforccmeut of the Act are instructed to allow a small percentage to pass as practical purity. There are several exemptions from the operations of this clause. It docs not apply to a farmer selling* from his own promises seed grown by himself to be used by the purchaser himself. He Is then exempt. But if he ships his seed or delivers it on his farm he is liable under the Att the same as a merchant. Grain or seeds sold as food are exempt. , It a tarvaer aeH� seed to a merehaat to be recleaned by him before, being offered to tiic public, the farmer Is exempt. Seed held ,in storage to be recleaned before offered for sale is exempt. Seed marked "not absolutely clean' and held or sold for export Is exempt. rhcro are two other prohibitory clauses, viz.; 4 and 0. These refer to timothy, red clover and alsiko clover only. Clause 4 forbids the selling ot any of these throe kinds of seeds marked as No. 1 or with ahy mark naming of first quality unless they are friie from seeds of the above named weeds, and also free from seeds of Whit;e Cockle, Night Flowering Catchfly, False Flax, Canada Thistle, Ox-eye-daisy, Curled Dock, Blue Weed or Ribgrass, and contains out of every one hundred seeds not less than ninety nine of the kind named or ot other harmless and useful grasses and clovers, ninety of which must be germlnable. Clause 6 foi-bids the selling or offering for sale or use In Canada any seed of timothy, alsiko or red clov�r which contains the weeds previously mentioned in a greater proportion than five per ,thouBand. In average samples Ave per thousand wouldmean 1,CU0 per tb.- of red clover, 8,300 per IT'S A QGOD ONE GET IT NOW, "BEFORE THE .(Medicine Hat News.) Mr. James Fleming has received a permit from the government to. capture antelope for tha Banfl Naitonal Park and for the park at Oalt Island to which Medicine Hat's now stei^n-er Is to run. This new park up .the river is to be mode very attract^e. Two bwlTttlo and lyo black beaiyhave already been promised for it, and three pn�tty Angora -goaU are waiting to go up on the first trip. Mr. Fleming now has six antelope altogether in bis stablea on North River Street. Two of. tham are very tame, having been captured lastyear arheu vei-y young. The other ijjur! were caught last week on the - j derson place across Irom Police Pqint Just below the-�ity. A small -enclosure of wire netting >waa ^erseiau on a runway betwean^two'.rpatclwa^of brush and the antelope were driven through the gates Whlth were quickly closed behind thcni. A man with,,' a ro)ie did tlie rest. Four were captured and brought into the-city. When tiiey wore turned loose in th) stable yard, a blg.doe.jumped uplon lumber pile and from.there ctea^ the fence into the next yard. To fei. out of this she sprang into a bugg>-and from there cleared another fence and daahed for the river. She swam out quite a distance but was unable to climb up on the ice on the other side and drifted -along luitll she was \ roped from the shore and again placed in captivity. The effect of being in the yard with the domesticated pair has had a wonderfully quieting tffcct on the new quartette and they do not pay a groat deal of attention to airangers entering the yard now. The UttlbrMi|||j||||^ Cottaemtofy��f Mwalii J. GEO. HARPER, . DinNitor' SAVE MONET NOW - I can sell: joa nam^A Tabor for $100, that wlO seUing at HOD in a montli^ time, : . Qootl Fanning Land for saW alio. � � W.F. RUSSELL Real Estate AKimi Tbbor^ Altais; �am SMOKE ^ Lethbrhlgf Bdk Havaiia Smoker MAKirrACTPaBM. CHOICE ^omiES AXES 1>UNS w,w. LABOR UNION UALL. A *ew oMlhts are atill open tor the the uee of Club* Lodges, etc., in tha aew Latoit tTniea BaU, formerly known: ia !* fi�|�Iiw CJ ub. Parties dcalroua of renting above will ad-di�M. H. J. BALDRY, Box M*. r^bridga. , FOUND. A red cow, with a white faiw, left ear hair cut off and right ear undercut. Sha tma a red and white calf, aiJaiWu-ly marksd. No other marks viattiie. At preaent, owing to the piravaUiag -cold la unable to get up. OwBar �aa iinve � same . by proving property and p^iag $1.^ per day mid eapsasw. Apply at this office. While You Wait Shoa Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heekd inaOmiantas. Price 11.00. CANADIAN PICTORIAL. Remarkable Bill of Fare Offered the New National Monthly. by The "Canadian Pictorial" cover for FKbruniy, printed in a deep blue tone, shows one of the famous-hockey players of Canada who has been chosen to .represent the sport on the ice which la so popular at this season. In the series of Canadian pub -lie moil, the energetic Poatmaster-Oeneral, the Hon. Rodolphe Lemioiux is pictured. The result of the Sbv. ereign Photo C'onteat is annouapad, and tho prlre-wihning picture and two pages of other photographic gems to which, honorable mention City Bakery F. C. CocK�, Prop: SyMpib or CMMdtai IMMfHL noMESTEAO tmownam. i MT f van Bunben^ secttea a >ssrtana A i.ai 4* ui HaaMBba, Ssskaiehewaa � Aibarts maeepam* a�4 �.. aat! reterval. (Mjr te aauiesiesdsd say HfSS* whe la lha '�o-a.bete ef'S fs^>^^ eraav�aisaia>ii�!ali*4; ifige, 13 the esKstef eiM-..4iians�.esailsa-at IW acre*. moK or Iss*. �u'rjr MBsi bs BUMS. fetssnaUf M the Iscal isDd off cc for lbs disiMci to wkisk the lu� Is SlMSt*. The bomcstesder to M^aiMaie ssdaia ika eoadii ens eoarecwa ikerewltk aaase SM, er ibaMlowlagfiUas.:^ ..,.,�,�"����,.�.".":,;;, 1. Ati4�st-�i� nMaifes^-.teiMsaaa.asBa>^aai^ cutiivat; MX ot turn tMtlA laeash foar lor AJaiaa:: Jtesrs. . ; ^'ivK'-a 3. It Ukc father fur *enar,"tt tha: deceanad) of the asart-Maair farm In ibs vWntti ef ike lasi lameaaariisa , ieaaaaS�ii: b; aucb ren^^n teaMlag wuh the :faibarv:�(rv ixetbai. a. If �.e*:e�l>rbseaisiiiMaa|atiailSiiii i uponfarmlnfl IssS ewaeS bjrrhUB4Kiaar�M�-| \\j et bis hoinaawaA, tbs lawdraaisati i;as tjal Maidence msr b� astiUM kf MMsaie a�aa^; tbeasMJsad. Is moabs'-aowce lawriMag'lhSIS barglsaa u> ih� OoiaBUsato-r et sBslaHa^tiSsai; ai; Ottawa �f tBWMfoste twlr *K Jateat W.tr.OOBT. Deputt of ibrMlaietsirafMMilalaalet. . ill m The Best of Candy RMAN Vl^t of B�ntley Co. ^ -AXD-i NOTICETO CONTRACTORS lb, of alslke clover, 0,800 per lb. of jho" b^e" awarded are reproduced, timothy. Thesala of such seed for j T�iey torm a photographic albumin export is not forbidden. The further clauses of tho Act provide for penalties, the method of taking samiplon, the appointment gnd einpoworiiui ol Inspectors and of the official Seed Analyst, and for the method of putting the Act Into operation. Seeds will be examined free of charge at the Seed Laboratory at Ottawa and also at Calgary. Further information or copies of Seed Control Act may be had by opplylng to the Seed Commissioner, Ottuv-a, or W. C. McKllllean, Cal -gnry, his representative in Alberta and British Columbia. The Imperial bank will erect a building at Cranbrook. Duncan Ross, liberal, was elected to succeed his fatJier. Hon. O. W, Rosa, as member of the Ontario leg. taiature for Waat Miitdlasos. theni-selvcs, being the cream of t;ha 157 entries received. iScveral pictures of Kingston after the earthquak^give a vivid idea of its extent. The Scottish railway disaster, caused hy the unusually heavy snowfall, Jis graphically pictured. The remarkable scenes in connection with the con-filet between church and state jin Franco arc very striking. Royalty Is roprvaonted by pictures of., the Duke and Duchess of File. The Canadian pictures Include some of the majcsUc solitudes of the Roekiee. a winter night, a real bounce, tobog -irnning, and a hunter's camp up the Ridsau. There are timely pictures of the ^ead -Shan of .I^traia, .anslater -natlanal football match, and sanerit manuscripts, la the Woman's soction there are illustrated ^articles on "Carioea Sylvn", the peat'qusan of Rbumaaia; Mrs. Iwemieua, �wlla of the Canadian Pobtnaatar-Oanaral; Vaab > idai of ths'iaoatli; *�ati. , VatiM- Sealed Tenders will be received at the office of N.' E. Brooks,, Division Engineer, Canadian Pacific Railway, at Calgary up.to. 15 K, March l&th, 1907, lor the erection, completion, and delivery of the fbllbwlog brick buildings: Six Stall Addition to Engine House at Swift Current. Six Stall Addition to Engine House at Lethbridge. Six sua Addition to Engine ttousa at Cranbrook (includes two end walla). New l>%>ur Stall Engine Uouae, Coleridge. New Six sun Engine House with Bolliei' House 100'x45', Btrnthcona. Now Brick SWtion, Strathcona. Plana and Specifications, also proposals may be seen at the office of the AsslNtant Chi^f Engineer, Winnipeg, Division Engineer, Calgary and resident engineer, Craiibrouk. Tenders may be for all or any of tlie above mentioned ofllcors. The Company reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. Any further information can be obtained from the above mentioned office I'S. DIVISION E.VOJNEEK, Culgaiy. February 10th, 1007. Choicest Fpuits Apples 6 lbs. for 2Sc AT KEAN'S Oppositu P. O, Phow M ice Oream on Ojd�r. I TOWN LOTS Z fiesideutial Lola 1 "C"aiid"F.� Attiflto^^ am tine's day. There are, in addition, the ubuol news features, paragraphs, in lighter vo^, etc. The Lord's Day Act uoinos into e(-feat tomorrow.'the (Init of March. The Feraie I^edger has now passed lata tha ownership ot District No. IB, VBlta4 lUaa Woriwra 61 Ambrl^a, Notice. Notice is hereby i of March next, a. aii^m ;bmbo(iii(^iiiir' ting ' out .. cloii i"ly^:rt atreets whoru'(.aiirin DaU-datUhbi'tbvi; 91 ;