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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIftQI, ALJIIITA, TUIIOAV. JANUARY I, I Ml. Tendered by Mr. WILLIAM BROWN to the Ladies' Aid Society of the fiafo Hospital Presenting 4.10 o'clock Adults, 25c ON arid if you can't, AT BOX lOFFJCE, We want you to .come, a ticket anyway. ENTIRE PROCEEDS OF OFFICE GO TO THE HOSPITAL DEEP PLOWING FOR MOISTURE. In Wyoming, Idaho, and some of the other central western States, "the problem of farming with conditions almost arid is receiving considerable study. Tn February a congress called the- Trans-Missouri Dry -Farming .-Con- gress .will be held at at which it is intended to discuss and give publicity to methods that make for success in raising crops under 'dry" farming conditions. An ad- vanced bulletin indicates what some of the essentials are'- by describing ,OiUMiew store is just completed in time for Christ- inas. will be able to show our patrons the lar- gest and best assorted stock ever sliown in this city, Our Prime Steer Beef arfd other Fresh Meats.are" unexcelled in quality. We have taken special care to assqrt our poultry. -We also have a full line of such as Oystera. Crabs, Shrimps, Lobsters, -California Celery and a large variety of Fresh.and Smoked ,Fish. Give us a call and we will ,do our utmost satisfy you. fiehe (EL Miron how .ascertain .farmer has oaade success ojE growing crops with ,th most scanty xaiafall. At the bottom of this .man's success ,is .the .fact that he creates a deep feeding ground for roots and a reservoir for moisture by deep plowing. ,He never plows his land less, than-irom, .nine to inches deep whether -it ,be sod or Shallow breaking for .win- ter wheat he considers a jerious mis- take, claiming that the sod decays better with deep plowing, that evaporation is not so .rapid; he also his -winter .wheat on this deep breaking. Other farmers in .the dry areas are plowing good ten .inches with DISASTERS OF FIFTY YEARS. HflYR TRANSFEB CO. PHONE: Take this opportunity of their patrons for favors, and beg to announce the business will be conducted as heretofore, future, orders for all aying, Coal, Oats may be left with Hayr Bros, at the Hardware Store PROMPT ATTENTION GUARANTEED Disastrous earthquakes and vol- canic upheavals in the last fifty years were as follows: No. of victims. Melfi, Italy City of 'Naples Quito Mendox, South America.. Manila in Peru and Ecuador Santander, of Columbia Venezuela...... 300 and several villages of Ischia, Italy and other Javan volcanoes Thousands and other parts of j Spain. ISSo-KProvince of ?Granada, Spain.............. S.C. 41 and Southern Europe............ lS95r-Florence, Italy, and its vicinity India Transcaucasia Martinique, eruption of Mt. Pelee. India Colombia...... 1904-r-Severe .shock m Ahnuxi, Italy; violent quake at Lima, Peru; Welling- ton, Kew Zealand, shaken............. Italy...... Albania...... Mexico about Vesuvius.. Francicco and adja- cent towns (estimated) and other .Chilian towns Jtmtioa PR. WjpQD'S NORWAY SYRUP Is without an Equal for and all of THROAT and LUNGS, All tha most of A FORTHCOMING AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE. For many weeks past a, company of amateurs have been, re- hearsing one of Pinero's most delight ful dramas "Sweet Thia will be .presented, by arrangement witkithe proprietors, at the Eureka Theatre, Round St., on Monday and Tuesday evenins, Jan. 25th and i and'.the.broncb'iarjiubes, beginning but colds or opughi. ruujib stcejis cannot on this fact, and negloct 'to 'care the 'cold very often eausis" years" of suffering -Dr. Wood's-STor- Piua Syrup rifiuey "of jJie' portray 'pine tree with othar lootbing medicinoe of recognized worth; abso- lutely harmless, prompt and wfa, Mr. J. L. Purdy, N.8., been a dry coagb for a long especial- ly after fismng Dr. '-Pine. Syrup, for a.fejr weeks, I.find mj oough left me..- To iry person, suffering aa I did, I outlay thwjccmadr i? well would njfe'be w'lthouiTifrin the So great lias been the success of this wonderful is-cnly- pataraLtha-t tried to itnitato it, X'm't beJiumbucged into taking Dr. Put up' in a 'yellow wrapper; tliree'pioe treestoe-trsde made; .an opportunity of witness- hag a, rehearsal the other and whilst not- laying any particular claim- to dramatic criticism we feel confident that the play-going public of Letlibridge can JooVf forward to a really, fine treat. The, company, all well known. JLeth- bridge ladies and gentlemen, is being rehearsed by JMr. Richard Hincks, earned for himself quite a reputation as an amateur actor in his town. i It may be interesting .to mention.! that "Sweet is regarde as one of the successful plays o modern, times iavmg> been presentet Brand" Suits and Overcoats Clothes that appeal to judgment Values your that appeal pocketbook. to your in many ports ol It is ji 400 600 500 300 1.00 100 800 1.000 "SCOTTY" SAYS J-JP'S BROKE. Former .Rich Mine Owner Seeks a Living in the U.S. Marine .Corps. Chicago, Jan. the posi- tion .millionaire ;mine ..owner to that of private in the S'-ates marine service is the change made by Walter Scott, who once made a sensational .whirlwind -trip from his mines jn Valley, scattering gold along the way, and sending theatrical press agents into .envious despair. "Scotty's" .mines have failed to pan out to the million he almost .bedrock. Al- though he has been staying the Auditorium Annex, he is able to rer! main there no longer, and he pines for the regular monthly stipend of the Government service. Lieut. Fames J.; Meade, United Stat-es re- crumng officer in Chicago, has re- ceived Scotty's petition for a position Marines. "I have gone the pace long said Scotty. "I can't keep t up any longer, and the quiet life of the navy is the life for don't know how the water to agree with me, for we have none at all in Death Valley, and I have me. I ie going not become very well acquainted with it since I left the alkali plains, but I'm going to make the try anyhow. It can't be worse than being ia easy iiask for amateurs to underta> but from what we have seen we fee sure that the performance will d them.; credit. It would not be fair to make any a tempt at criticism at this juncture All we can Ju now is to heartily rcc the j: .the put lie. It is 3Ir. Hinck's intention t put on other plays at various time. if he and his company receive the ixe essary support. This we are confi dent they will do and there is everj reason to believe we can look ,for other presentations later on The lull cast is as. follqw.s: Mr. Geoffrey Wedderburn (of Wedder :burn, Green