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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY Prunes Fresh and soft Checkerboard brand In 1, 3 and 5 pound packages SELECT A SITE PrttbyUritnt Vote in Favor of Property on Burdette St. The vote* for a file for the new Presbyterian church resulted in favor of the property at the corner of Duf-ferlu and Burdott St., adjoining Dr. Oalbraith's residence. This site re -ceived 1X9 votes; that on Redpath St.. opposite tl. 12. Lethbridge'* residence, OS; the manse site, 24 and ^ the property on the corner of Duffer-in Glynn Sts., 12. It. is understood that tenders will he asked for the construction of the new church trtcdiutety. (Successors to Sherlock, Freeman & Co.) A CJHtiAT BLOW. (Croiibrook Herald.) for a cold, ehanged look, met the ardent love light In the eyes of the woutdbe brtde groom. In short, she gave him the frolen face and refused to entt* the conjugal relation with him. / The young man's feelings were hurt, likewise his pocketbook, but being a man of resources he thought he saw a way to repair the matter, fie knew of a countryman who also had ideas of marrying and hunting him up he presented Mm to the girl. This one* looked better to the maid and au ^arrangement was soon effected. The frtond agreed to buy the license from No, Ji for what It had cost and to reimburse him for the tin- | nmount he hnd ndvnnceri for expenses ; if the maid wun willing to marry. �She acquiesced, the parson was colled In, a, couple of kegs of beer were provided end there was u marriage celebration that will be memorable with FREE LIBRARIES Important Legislation Introduced by Alberta Government. Edmonton, Feb. 20.-The big thing | *nn0UIICei *� Wt Old fritltds at last, night's session of the leg is . 1 _* TELEPHONE FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats A laundry lit Lethbridge has proven a failure. No wonder. Hang a shirt or any other article of lingerie on the line for five minutes when the wind Is blowing in that town, and"it will become ah white as the driven Know til id a.s free from dirt as the snnctlfletl soul of nn archangel. No man In Lethbridgc thinks of chasing his hat when it blow* off. lie si in -ply turns mound and waits until another good one cornea nl mg. That wind, ladened with the warmth of Sou thorn muds, has blown prosperity to Lethbridgc, and made It the at- more than one of the partlci -pants. The disappointed swain to show he hnd, no hard, feelings, acted as best man. PROVINCIAL S13BI) PA 111. The first annuul Provincial Heed Fair will be held In the Great West Implement Building, Kdmanton, on March Oth, 7th and 8th. The prize lists are now ready, application for which should bo made to the Department of Agriculture, Kdmonton. Clause 7 of the rules In the prifcc list specifics that ail exhibits must � tract Act. Thin should rend, "Seed Control Act." For the benefit of Poultry, At the Summit of Success you'll tintl the Loth bridge Browing & Malting Co. brand. Hore please note ft few of our priste winners, popular approval the judge : Ginger ale and beer, liunon soda, cream todo, sarin, pnrilla, lemon sour, iron brew, straw, berry, orange and ohampagne cider. 'There are others." The average price is $2.70 the case of 24 bottles, set (Iowa ut your door. One trial proves purity, palatabitity and wliolesomeness Lethbridge Brewing Maying Com pan tractive winter resort of Bunny Alberta. It has blown away bad rcpu- | conform to the Dominion Seed Con-tut ions and wrestled hard with good ones. It has blown the town full of energy and hope, filling the people with a realization of the great future of the place. U is blowing new railroads and new industries into the town. Jt is blowing the dunt and cobwebs out of wornc of the stores and blowing in modern equipments and modern ideas, It is a great wind and the people will not mourn the failure of the laundry so long asthut wind keeps on blowing. lature was the premier's bill for the establishment of public libraries, In moving the second reading of the bill Premier Rutherford stated that no apology nor defence was required-for the government action in this respect. Free libraries did not exist In this provinca as in the oth* ; er provinces of the Dominion. The principal objection raised would be the expense; nobody objected to the schools, end the public library was ' the school of the adultf The chief source of crime was Ignorance; good ; literature ei.lightened and added to the sum of human happiness. The bill provides for tho establishment of libraries In towns and cities that comply with the regulations, and for a free reading room in connection with each, Oh the presentation to a municipal council of n petition signed by one-tenth of the ratepayers the law requires that a bylaw be submitted providing for a public library, and that the rates of three-fifths of the qualified electors who actually vote | upon the question should be consfd- :' ored a majority. ' Provision is made for admlnlstra- i tlon of the library by a board of which the mayor of the town or city shall bo an ex officio member,. although not more than two members and customers he hat opened a 4 i 1 \ FOR OK JHCMSftT Lumber t - The UthbrMgc j i. . Business oo to ConMtYMory of M��U. J.OKO. HARPER, .�V-',V,../ - hJ -n - J. _ - -} �.� * -4 SMOKE those who are not familiar with thle !e memVserH ofthe ; board at once. STINKING HMWT OK WHKAT. TOK THE REST SERVICE. IN LETH BRIDGE STOP AT THE The investigations that are being conducted by j. Horace Fault, H.A., Ph. 1>.. to determine the causes of infection from the stinking atnut of wheat and elTuctlve meuns of con-trolling it, under the soil, climatic and other conditions of western Cau-j ada, have already been fruitful of ; significant results. A summary of these is now being published in buU letln form by tho Seed Branch. Department of Agriculture. Ottawa, end will be ready in a few days for free distribution to farmers who apply for It. Act a summary has been prepared by Mr. W> C. McKiliirun, as follows*. The Seed Control Act is Intended for tho protection of farmers and all buyers of farm seeds and for the protection of the majority of seed men against the more dishonest and unscrupulous members of that trade, tt Is not intended to compel a man to use go"** seed, but to help to enable him to do so if ho wishes. Clause 3 of this act is the one of most interest to the Alberta farmer. It forbids the selling or offering for sale as seed, any seeds of cereals, grasses, clovers or forage plants that contain any seeds of: Wild Mustard, Tumbling Mustard, Mares' Eur Mus* turd, Uall Musturd, Stink Weed, Wild Cats, Ulnd Weed, Perennial Sow Thistle, Hag Weed, Great Hag weed. Purple Coiklc, Cow Cockle. Orange Hawk-weed or any Krgot of Hye. The only way a merchant can sell The board shuU have power to acquire lands and building** but are limited to the expenditure of $1,000 per year. Any sums abovn this shall i be m�'t by a *|>ecial assessment call- j ed the library rate. j The government will aid each lib-i rary by giving a dollar for every ' dollar expendod by the board for books, up to $300 and SO towards newspapers and magazines. The bill passed its second rending. Uthbridgt telle Havana -t t - �. �-z-. HanrdMnv a - ^ r1 + J -ITS A GOOD OHE MAMurAcruana. T t - n HOICE n est GET IT NOW. BEFORE THE; ^ AKES USUAL I , ANDIES K tXAD UVH% 1 CAl'TL'HINO ANTKliOPK. (Medicine Hat News.) Mr. .lames Fleming has received a permit from the government to capture nntcloi>e for the Banfl National park and for the park at Gait IhUnd to which Medicine Hat's now steamer is to run. This new park up the m-ed containing these Is by marking \ river \h to be made very attractive. HANDFORD C Jty Bakery F. C. CocK�9 Prop. , L UABOH UNION' UALL Synopsis Or Oudiu NNttvWctt SBBBlnBBlSBBW HOMESTEAD REQUUTI0NS. �1' - & U - i (i - HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Dr. Fault huN spent conKiditrntitv j time in the wheat nel.l* of Manitoba. ' wh,,e U,is clnusu >�>��"�>� r�Muii-es iKaikatcliowaii nncj Alberta and olso |nbHo,uU' l,urit>' ,or these m careful laboratory work. The re- 11 is �-ecoKnUo.l that thl� is irnpo.- .sults ol his oLservotlons will Ik. of �,Uc �nd thow lM lhftrKe ot the �� ami value to tvhe.it (orcolnu"t of the Act are li-H-uctod growers in western Cana.in. He ha� to tt,,ow a 8um" !�"�>��� l� !>�"� found that on account of the amut : a* l'rac^\ �,u,il>- There ure several exemptions from the oi>craiionH of thin clause. It dots on tho package or on bug or on a Two burnt lo and tvo black bears have label fastened thereto the muues of already been the weeds present us well as his own uame and address. A *ew nights are still open for tin promised for it, and j the use of Clubs Lodge*, sic., in three pmtty Angora goats are wait-(the new Labor Union Hall, formerly ing to go up on the ft rat trip. | known a* ts* IBmpIre Club. Parties Mr. Fleming now has six antelope j desirous of renting above will ad- 1 i HY (ten number*** ascites o *� Lai 4� in Msottoss. sssksisaswsa altogether in his stables Hiver Street. much interest balls being practically Impervious to \ ! solutions used in trouting seed wheat ' ull the spurs cannot be killed by on North Two of them are very tame, having been captured last year when very young. The other lour were caught last week on the San -derson place across Irom Police Point just below the city. A small en-closure of wire netting was erected dress, ft. I>UibrU!ge. J. BALDltV, Box :MJ. Albert a eicesilss: i s�1 M, sat rstsrvai, ra4/ be *oine�!e*0es by snr Mr*** wsa Is iae w' you complete tuiliHfiuitioii. i I (Successors to Homoi g- Hutohiuson) mm****9*atM M*�e^�t*ssssetfe�t��S FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACC0MM00A DON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCCLICNT CUISINE RATES ,$1.80 A DAY LETHBRIDGE si all the smut spores attached to the t grain. It is believed that tho difficulty of wetting smut spores lodged in creases of the grain has been much under-estimated. It was found that one pound ot bluest one 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 penotrating power, it is more advisablo, considering the effectiveness of treatment and tho injury to tho seed by the usd of strong solutions, to who a weaker solution and immerse tho grain In it for at least two hours. Tho results of Dr. Faull's work would indicate that formalin'of guaranteed 40 per cont strength is to be preferred to the blucstono, particu * larly when short treatments have to be mnde. OKO. II. CLAHK, Dominion Seed Commissioner. the same as a merchant. sold as Ttsttde. At present, owing to the j prevailing cold Is unable to get up. Owaar eaa fc�v* same by proving proparty and paying  l.tol per day and sxpaaaes. Apply at thla otttce. i When they wore turned loose In thi Urum or seedn sold as food are "table yurd# a big doe jumped upon exempt, , a lumber pile and from there cleared j If a farmer sells seed to a merchant the fence into the next yard. To get to be recleancd by him before being .out of this she sprang Into a uuggy offered to the public, the farmer Is *nd from there cleared another fence exempt. nnd dashed for the river. She swam Seed held in storagn to be reclean- out quite a distance but was unable ed before offered for Rale is exempt, to climb up on the Ice on the other Seed ntarked "not absolutely clean' side and drifted along until she was While You Wait Shot Repair Shop. U. U tkc father 0.r a otbsr, If tM~faH*r is decease 1) ol the boais > teMtr r* farm lu ib� flciutij cr ibela**'atsi** rcijttlrcroeoia s* to rcsldcscs atr sa aattagse ; b; sucb setartn reaidistf wnb taa fniaar wr a. if u*e tenter bssai*terMaaatmiissias* , ufien farroiuf Use owned b/ biaaiaiaa via*. HfOt bta bomeaiead, I be r*iialMMat� sa te rsaideace ma? be aauesed by fsMsnce �sas tbc aatd land. tit inosba' notlcs Is writ!b*Vgteea to ihc Ooinmts*tui�sr gt PosUsi- -X*aas *4 | Ottawa ef lotcntlott to a*�lf for ssbiai. W.W.OOftT. Depuiv or tb� Mlstaierer iba laierlse. V - - f "V, Men's boat aoled and beukd in 3D ntiiintM. Price tl .00. The Best of Candy and held or sold for export Is exempt. There are two other prohibitory clauses, viz.: i and 0. These refer to timothy, red clover and alsiko clover only. Clause 4 forbids tho ro|>ed from the shore and again placed in cupthity. The effect of being in the yard with tho domesticated pair has had a wonderfully quieting t fleet on the new quartette and they do not pay a great deal of attention F. R M AN AND selling of any of these three kinds of , to strangers entering the yard now. needs marked ns No. 1 or with any : mark naming of first quality unless , Weat of Bentley Co. Choicest J5 V :3 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ii7 they are froo from seeds of the above named weeds, and also free from CANADIAN PICTORIAL. I HOT AND COLD WATER A ROMANTIC WKDDJNG. (Frank Paper.) TENDERS. Tenders will >ba received untilMarch li, 1007, far the following delivered on the bite of the Ellison Milling ar Elevator Co. coiner of Ford and Westminster Streets, 4 Lethbridge, 3* a"x4* and 8' higit or 5' itnder ground and 8' above the ground. Tha right is reserved to rojact any or all bids. Address GKOftae w. ORBRN, Raymond, Alberta to bo March Alberta. Cement, wind, and gravel da'lvared as re tuired during and A|*il. 8A0 bhls. good cemont 175 yards good clean, sharp sand. 325 yard* good, clean gravel. �00 aauare Med i urn gs) v* nixed Manitoba elding. 118 square Medium paintod Best-lake shlnglee. 100 kagu nails. 2" 3" 4" 5" 6" Tender* nill &\so be received for tho excavsjting of foundation walls, 3 to 3 feet deep for building nd building 40x40. NOTICE Notice feet Tenders will be received for the ties wallf wtt* mwmt wallt *vaiag* is hcr07, lor the erection, completion, and delivery of the folio wing brick buildings: Six Stall Addition House at Swift Current. Six Stall Addition House at Lethbridge. Six Stall Addition 'House at Crnnbrook (includes end walls). New Four Stsll Kugine House. Coleridge. New Six Stall Engine House with Roiiler House l00'x4.V, Strnthcomt. Now Brick Station, Struthcoua. Plans and Specifications, also pro- Apples 6 lbs. for 25c t - AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. ThansM to Knglue to Kngine led Cream oil Older. to Kuglno two timothy. The soli of such seed for! They fom  photographic album In j |g ^ ^ ftt tmj of vivid idea of its extent. The export is not forbidden. , themselves, being the cream of tfce The further clauses of tho Act ,l!i7 entries received. Several pictures provide for penalties, the method |�3 �r * tine's day. There are, in addition, the usual news features, paragraphs, in lighter vo{n, etc. i n � ^ -J^ Hut there was no falling into ono another's arms. Evidently the maid-jen's mind had pictured a different j looking individual as the man she ^alienor for applicant Company. a�d coa^e nearly 4000 miles to wed, will erect a The imperial bank building at Cranbrook. Duncan Ross, liberal, to succeed his father, Rofit, aa mem tier of tho Ontario leg islature for West Middlesex, The Lord's Day Act comes into of was elected Hon. O. W. 'Itidnau. Thore are timely pictures of ! the dead Shaft of Persia, an Inter - ! jnatianal football match, and sancrit i manuscripts, la the Woman's section there are illustrated articles on j feet tomorrow, the first of March. j"Carinen Syhu'\ the poet*queen of! The Fernie ledger has now pafwed jlloumanla; Mre. I-emleux, wife of the Unto tha ownership ot District No. Cauadlan PoBtmaster-Oeneml; Fash� i�, United W^rtorn ol America. itms o( rt�e Tmpntn. nwl ^t. Vamn.lo,^ Notice is hereby given that all per* sous rettuirlng sidewalks and sewers during the coming year, to' b* eonr structed under' the I-ocal Improv#*^^ �mont Dylnw, are i-equested to to the undersigned before the 9 of March next, � petitlPln. 0r:ii^&rl|i andum embodying tholr "d�an " ^ ting out cUm rly thsa;bV^i streets where aald in^foye dsslrad. '/'^.^M^ Dated at lethbridge, t^jfi nl February.* 1007. ;