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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iHftlift'^y iifci�mli>*i'i"''"ii1�'', the sunn' us thHl of it her hoteliers He hni $.Tj |�>r head. Kogur.ling I hf havers being in league. Mr Hrown said Hint the yonr before lns| P Hums & Co. onerisl him S.Vi u head lor sotiv s-l�s>rs. This he ivfuseil tJnrtlnii A Ironsides ciiiim> along, ami tU-ir Imyer offered to |my SI a h.sid les.i for the cattle. A third Imyer then np|icur�d on Hi,, scene in a few days and wouM not take the cuttle, fuller these circumstances. Mr. tlrouti said, there was suivly an understanding lx>twei�n the liirgv buyers. About CKtf M�ir. Cleaning Pressing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion Garment Co. Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts to measure, und for Crown Tailoring Co. Your own uiaturial made up. Repairing Altering (Colgnry I'nily News ) The Hamilton H|�ertulor has the following about ii well-known Westerner, for soon.' time past resident nf lx-th'ltridgv. t'hnrlos .Mair. the talented author of "Tocniiisrh" The Herald has a lot of nice things nhoiit t'harl.'s Mair. the kivt oml he deserves thoni all; hut it fulls iirto error v h,.n it says that Mllir "lived in the West (.\cr since ISTtl. when h.1 arrivisl a I old I'ort till i'O, ns ii in.'liil'er oi the Wolsel y e\|Mslition " Mii|i' w.Mil to Prince llniei'i's I en.I in ISiW. im pay muster i iik-ii who were m|�mi iug a snow ronil itoin I'oii (i_.ii i \ 111 the I�lkc ni the Wo.sls lie was a prisoner in Kiel's IkiihK in ISij'.i. TO, anil w:is sentenced to do.it h. tail esi'a|�sl Mr. M:iir figured in the eailv his tory of the West to a very vhiimiI eralde extent, and was not overlook isl l>v Col. (iisM'e^- Taylor h.Miisoii in his Interesting volume. "SoUh-ritig in Cnnaila " Today he is doing good work for Alhertu. and the hearty wish of his many friends is that lie will In- long spared to continue th.' good w ork PMK S.U.K- Soda Fountain com plete. Apply .1. .1. Johnston. Hiug gist. tA-thhridge. Lane Took * Gloomy View OeOrge \mw t6ok a nloitfi'iJ>- \iew ol tlh> treatment which fn'glmid was haiulinu out to Canada fn connection with its cattle and sftid that the htlU'hcr.s of Liverpool htld iH-ateti the ranchers down to a certain price and practically had mutters their own vvay, when the cattle roneluvl the {old country. He nlwuvs soul his cat tie in truinlonds and he siiginatIxod ,lh(> action of an.v tuun who si-nt entitle flinn Cnlgnry to Winnipeg as a very cruel one. The ship|>crs should ileinnnd permission iroltl the CP.II. to unload for the purpose of fissling mid walering ami Hie CP II should he legnllv 11 111 ii I to iiceisle t,i their liemnlids. ('utile raising governed Itliis country, lie always luoi^'lil him self anil iu>ver thuecht of consult ing nliylmdy coiiivrninu' the price which he pn ill Th�� cat lie industry hud Us'll so lnul nf late that only tile tliig firms could stand up against it. lie had s.vn cattle look very lmd when they were unloading at Liverpool hut the proposition to soli ilivssisl ins-f in the old country had not got a leg to stand on. The chill-edlxW from N*,.w York which sold in itheold country at S cents per pound ,\mis superior to t'anadinti Us'f nnd | the Argentine l�s.| was also cheap ami good. Mr. Lane said he vus never hound to huy in certain ilistriots, and never received any consideration" from any Co. for refraining from buying I cattle ill certain districts, nor did his firm receive any money from i Hums' Coy. for Paving or not luiy -ing cattle. They had already had lots of trouble in the inspection of brands. Molly Inspectors w,.|i> nil riifht, hut others n�'iv w ll,ling to take t\ ccrtilii-d list from the ship|H>r In the iimtter of Iriinsportation the railway company might have |done lietter. He complained of conditions at Moose .liiw- where de had jto pay $20 to Jt'J.*> ii ton for huy. Calgary was as lud At the stock yards the charge was "S'JO u ton for hay When nsk.vl whn would take the small funnel's cattle, if there was no Hums' t'n still,m| that he would probably rais.- th-m for homo con -siiuiptiin He stnt.il that Hums could handle range cuttle cheaper than any other man on account of e4|lllpll>cllt . Asked if Muins iinilil then sqiii-c/e a la liner if he |,nd the moimpolv . he statisl he thought lie could. but ilioimht Mr lluriis was a very fuir buyer. Mr Nolan said thai several wit  nessisl had told oi Mr. Uuiiis l�-inK lhe opposite to fuir. POYALCROWN I Mdde Only by Royal Crovvr, \ � / LIMITED ' A BASKET OF SWEET. CLEAN CLOTHES Royal Crown has none of the rank, offensive odor common to the majority of laundry soaps. Rather, it possesses a very pleasant aroma, and clothes washed by Royal Crown Laundry Soap smell as sweet, clean and fresh as they look. Price is the same as for ordinary laun* dry soap, but the value is extraordinary. Made from a special formula for the hard water of this country. VHmimms given for wtpptrs-smt thtm. HON I'MNI.W M A K I'.S STATI*.-.M I'.NT. HlH SM.K-.\ huiidsoiihi seciidarv A snap for ipilck sale. Apply The Herald olllce The annoiinc ineiit made by tliei Minister of Vgriculture on Monday 1 evening at the close of the address . given by Prof IVmpliell. is particu larly significant to this |xirt of Southern AlU'rtu. In fact, he nui.ij two aniiouiux-nieiiis, which w^ro of i eipml importance. In July we are to j have a travelling dairy in this dis- ' trict The active co-openitIon and advice of the Medicine Hal Agricultural Society was uskisl along the line outlined by Prof Campbell in his address, and the Minister Intimated that an experimental station to take up this syst.......f work might It- established by the Alberta l>cpiirt ineiit of Xgiiculture - Mislicine Hal New s l'ili�s get cpilrk nnd certuin relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment I'tense note it is made a lone for Plies, and its net ion is posit ivo nnd certuin. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disap|M>ur like nmgic by lis use. Ijirge nickel capped glass Jars .Mi cents. Sold by .1. IV lllglu-bolhaiii & Co. SPKC1AL HATKS TO TIIK COAST VIA C. P. It. S|s>cial excursion rates are now on s.il,.. to the following points: Vancouver. Victoria. New Westminster. Helliiighnm. Wash ; Seattle. Wash ; Tacoinn. Wash., and Portluiid. Ore at single first class fare for the round. trip. Tickets ntv sale daily from June Joth to July I'-'th. going transit Mm it. Sept. Huh. Pinal return limit Sept. l.V.h. Any further information will Is- furnished on application in the CP.It. agent. STREET THE LETHBRIDGE 25;000 CLUB HAVE ENCAGED THE NKT REISS STREET CMRNIVRL COMPANY COMMENCING MONDHY, JULY 3 Ten Different Shows, including over 200 People. SPLENDID BAND IN ATTENDANCE The Best, Biggest and Most Brilliant Shows ever given in Southern Alberta. FOUR FREE SHOWS. Admission to others 10c, 15c. and 25c. Excellent Entertainment for Everyboby till ;