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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta p July 4.1912 THE LETHBKIPGE DATIJiY HERALD The babies, them! should be .as much attended the "grown- ups" so i'ai1 UK Too many slrocmen make more 'of 'ahji ellort to ploaRthe mothers fit- ting the tots with footwear.1 the babies have their rights. .Many a child's feet is spoiled in its early infancy through im- jtroped fitting. We have studied this matter closely and wo respectfully psk >ou to call in and discuss the question with us "before jou buy that next pair are icme little novelties we babies' PLAY STRAP PUMPS, AMERICAN MADE SLIPPERS AND SANPACSi' MOCASSINS, ALL COLORS, CANADIAN MADE. FOOT TOGGERY CARDSTON DISTRICT HARVEST PROSPECTS Careful and Cautious Sum- mary Gives Cause'for Satisfaction (Special Cardston, July crop In the Cardston district in l812vis one that interests'those that live in that region most Within the district arc differencesVoE. elevation and con- ditions that do not alwajs make the crop uniform, and what jnay, to climatic conditions suit one portion maj not alwaye suit another quite as Tvell The'ftestern portion, or from Spiing Coulee west, and m which sec tion irrigation is neier practised, maj 6e said to' be as a rule, with Biifficieht 'rftlhfall.-voften running .into fuse, or not ripen all the through, the' feed for live stock ia there Last year the crop was tie mendoui and, the depletion of in the years preceding, there was not enough stock left to eat up the feed, a great deal went to waate, is being Inunt ott this jear er plowed under Howev er, the lesson w as learned and very quickly, for the hanea-t hardly over before there a qutat, though strong, move on the part ot maiij, among the big wheat farmers, to work back into stock Thus sheep, cattle and hogs began to trrhe and were nuifltlj placed on the farmed, has of late .years been going steadil) jp, ao win should oui land in its virgin richness, he made to go steadily down ultimate destltu tlon of the natron" at large Every Cause for Satisfaction Moralising, vou may sav, is now out of plac orospects vveie navei bet- ed The booming of land a) pure Idly, and has been even a greater auo harvest will be an early one, and the cess than was expected Last year, the flist vear of the cieamerj, iWab conaldcTahle dlf- ficultv in getting the cream hauled. But the situation now quite differ ent, for the cream arrives without a hitch and t the farmers are only too jlni to bVlng It in Mithedi Changing Thus times change, and farming ad "Tances.-and those who lov e their coun- try will serlouslv welcome the change .of heart, and win tne fact that the primitive and wasteful jnolhod of straight wheat farming lila> be superseded before It bai gone loo far, ami '.better and more sane )nethoda prevail for all time The :land was not given to us to -be ruined and gambled with for one short gen 'eratlon, and then our children 'ajiid children have 'to seek an- 'other land in wnfch to gain, a bare living Tho yield (per acre In tho Brl qualitj of the gram good, is a great advantage for neU veal s spring crops. Hay Nat So Prolific Hay 'will not be as' plentiful" as' we should like, but there will "not be a great scarcity, and the late_rains thicken up the bottom ot "the graas and very materially affect the weight to lie gathered A food area of potttoea haa been planted this year, probably lar larger than haa the.caie.in our hlstori, and alfalfa patches are on the Increase, The writer over a beautiful field of twenty acrea a fev, dajs age, and it li a great mistake to suppose that Irrigation la to this crop, especially in the foot- hill country, where two good cropX can be cut per year, and still leave s'ome good tall feed for his piga antl cattle. Alfalfa can often bo depended upon till quite late in the fall, rrwtn do not but (t MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONEi: Off (UiWtnoe When I am not tlmnkcd at all', I'm thank'd enough I've done my duty, ,noi more. As if to the putvvaid car Whispered, audible anil, ''bo thy dutv, tl'at is best, Ucavc unto thy Lord the rest. Mr. and Mrs. N. -I. Schweitzer left this morning'for Calgary, where they will spend a few days, Mrs. Cameron.C'aldvvell, of.Ottawa, is spending a month the guest of her slGter, Mrs. Victor WcGuire; Ninth Mrs. AIcKillop was hostess of an in- formal little tea this afternoon in courtesy to Mrs. Mclntyre, ofWhit- by, who is a house guest with Mrs: A. B, Stafford. Mrs. A. M. Micks anil son, Milton, returned vesterday from Calgary, where they spent, the holiday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. and children expect to leave next week for Vancouver, they will visit for six weeks. N The engagement is announced of Louise Elphingstone Wilbur, young- est daughter of Charles P. and Mrs I'arkcry N. B., anil Jos- eph Theodore Wright, of Leedx, and Mrs. S. J. Wright, Maitland, Out., and nephew of His Lordship, the Bish- op of New Westminster. Mr. Levcritt DC V.cber is expected home Ibe enil of the neck from Ot taw a, where lie lias been attending the Guwkj Business College Mrs I G be Veber returned jes- terday from Maclepd, where she was summofied owing to trts dangerous ill- ness of lier father, Mr Rsan Mr Rvan, tliough itill very is im- proving. Mr. Arthur-Fisk left toilay for Cal- gary where he will join the staff of tho-'-Merohants .Bank l Mr and E W Lucjthardt, of Bow Island, have returned from a short visit Ml s A R McEvven, Calgarj Miss Maud ITagBll, of Maidstone, hent, Eng who is tornmg the west, the guest of her brother, Mr B Hagcll: Mr. and Mrs..-Kerr, of Granville, N are Melting with their son, Mr, James Kerr, 803 Seventh Ave S. Mr and Mrs G L en- tertained at a dinner dance last ev- ening, complimentarv ui Mi E M Campbell. Those bidden ere Mr and Mrs "C M Ca-npnell, Mr and Mrs F Cobh, Mr and Mrs B Sparks, Mr and Mrs. :Mockford, Mr: F. Christnson, Mr J Manuh and Mr Merklm and Mrs Thomas McGregor IC.T.VC next week for Calgarv to visit for a few riavs en .route to the. coast. The tennis tournament, .w.hich is being waged at the citj courts, pro- gressed as follows last evening Miss Nimmons.and Mr. Shaw beat Miss Black and Mi Tmne; Mrs. Muihcrn and Mr. Emerson won from.Mrs! Peters .and Mr.-Oliver "M; Mi Dauson and, Mr Seaman de- Icati'fl Mr. Mr. Hourquo 10-8 ;0i. Mackoil inUiuMastfc will do battle with a' Uthbi'idge aggregation at the Lit} courts on Satuida) Tilt local will be Mil. Boui- il'ie, Mason, Mt En-arson, Mr. Newcmiibc, Mr. Power, -Mr. Williamson, Mr. Oliver, Mr. l.rancis and Mr. McArllnir Mrs C A Little, who leaves si orl- ly on a Irirrlo Yellowstone Park .be- fore'going to lied Deer to join her husband, who was transferred to that point, when vlie A R and 1 taken over bv the C.P.R., was the raison d' clrc of a surprise which was arranged by the Art Needle-work 'club and held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. Elton his't evening. Euchre was played, tiic favors, be- ing won In Mrs, Little and Mr El- ion, while the consolations went to Mts Mr Ross Among those present were 'irs 1 ittlc, Mr and Mrs 1) Simpson, Mr and Mrs J U Rosb, Mn, Mmilh, Mr and Mrs J Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boulton, Mr, and Mrs W P Mr anil Mis W Scott and Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. vine Clubs and Societies The Flower Giiild ...will-Visit tile Gait hospital at 3 30 tomorrow atil'i- when flowers and greenery will lie much appreciated. intensely lean re- had ll) 'llio Homo Missionary socioty Knov. clmtch meflasi evening'uith a good attendance Wllkle, a veteran India Slonafy, gave a vivid and mtei osting accotmt pi his Janors, India-' M' Those, vv ho had the pleasure ot lis- tening to Dr addicss, ed imiclr usctul' knowledge with1 gard to India-'ami its people and then inteiest in nifssionb gre slimuliited. Report of Gait Hospital, for June lumber of'patienfsTp" hospital i Tune 1st fi' Admittances during month 69 Transients admitted during the ahonth 1M Number discharged during the :mont.h 6' Deathi I Niimher of patients in hospital June UOth HI Transients discharged during month Lowest numbei during ponth Highest number during month Daily av erage number j month Number of hospital dav s for prl vatc patients Niimher of hospital, days- for -ward patients (paling) Number of hospital dajs for ward patients (free) US W Total number of hospital days foi month 1 Nnmhei of operations Under genehal aneasthetic Numbft of patients treated in outdoor department 1-1 '.Number of dressings in; outdoor department The patients and management great Ij enjoyed the music bv the Citizens Band on June 23rd ,ind a donation of cake aad ice cream from the execu: dve committee of the Oveiseas Club was much appreciated, as are also the flowers each week from the Flow ef' 'Guild. a A FORG1K, Lady Superintendent does not usually give .out. till: late. In October, and when cold 'weather strikes, the stock: are better off the alfalfa patch. Good Paying Crops We may look forward to the crop, of 1012, as a good, all-round paying crop to the farmer and the and should conditions keep on are will be no business depression in Southern Alberta on account'of crop failure; .for the bus- iness should be sound for are not trying to make all e; in the world in a few da.vs or few eeks. If we take a jaunt around the-coun: try, and up the lines to Calgary, .we must admit that, on the crops, especially from Macieort to Cal- iary, are better than have' been for aome time. There are some poor cropa'in all districts, but not where tho land has been well farmed, and there, are some better crops than tho owners'of them deserve. A feeling had arisen that we .were in danger of suffering In Southern Alberta In re- putation, on account of our crop of 1.012, but after a'survey of over 200 mild ft youre trulyj has returned home convinced that nev an impression born of worse material, and that from the C. P. Tt. main line south .are far fcetteri-as'' a'whole.-than those who stay _at home have any Idaa of. Ot'course, tlieie mav be vaiiations before the graip is-in the-stpok, but the prospect at the oiesent is verj there is lip caiise for anx- but quite the reveise. A RADICAL PLATFORM Aberdeen, S D July 3 T.he South Dakota democratic convention, which adjourned early this morning, adopted the platform declaring for a sweep- ing tai Iff reduction, presidential pri marles, popular election of senators and the recall. NOT LIKEUY TO' BE BAKER Ottawa, -July report from .Montreal connecting the name o-: G. 11. Baker, M.P., with the solicitor? generalship, Is not. credited Jierc. Either A, C. of or Claude Mncdomll of ?oiitli Toronto hat a muoli ft l WEEK-END BARGAINS I "f Some Startling Announcements of Special Friday and Saturday Offers With our July Clearance Halo, which will lie the biggest of its kind nor attempted in, I cQuiinciicing on ncMj one would think be loo busy lo attend to otu iciular week-end Sale. t This week-end event liowever now bceoine so firmly establish- ed and so keenly looked forward lo that iuue pieiidred bonie bar- gains ol such a startling natiue that our culinary bargains pale into insignificance. Ladies' Aprons at 25c A great oiler large quantity of ol the oveiall 'tvpe; Bother without bibb, navy ot black spot- ted and checks, all at...........25C Also some very great snaps in white muslin tea aprons, veiy special for Pridai and Satuida; PRINTED CHECK OR STRIPED OVERALLS with belts and pocket's G5c Children's white Skirts The children will certainly get' a. good look in with these white shirts, the) n deep fiill tuck ed and hemstitched and come in ,i complete range for children of from t> to 14 Mjars On sale Fiidaj and Saturday onl> jou ma> jour selection of these at one price Two Special Offers in Shoes that sfiell Comfort For Hot Weather Wear Men's grey canvas Oxfords good strong serviceable shoe, made fiom a %erj fine with a solid 4 OC Jeathei- sole Women's white Oxfords Blncher cut, with toe caps, soles md counters; would be good at ?1 50, Friday and Saturdav and counters; would be good billing ff 1