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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TVidsiy, THE IjETHBfUDGE HERALD WESTERN WOMEN READ THIS Perhaps you'are Blue Ribbon Tea, or'db'not'as'k'for any special.tea when ordering. Will yon, next time, tell your grocer to send Blue Ribbon. We iio sure jou mil like it But if not, your grocer will refund your money at once. Certain in results beca use purest in quality; try it and dee. FARMERS ARE PULLING WEEDS ISN'T. .MUCH TUMBLING MUSTARD.THIS.YEAR, SAYS CORRESPONDENT Lake, July Erick- fcon and'tamih last uetk uitli m .Stilling i aii'd'-Mrs. Geo.Whitscl and B. 1-obtcr. left OH Wcdiiebdiu fm in J-l L. Kct-re 'and-R.' '.I.. Blake left i'br Sweet .Grass to take in tho Tllli of iulv celebration i E. Trockstaii, who is 'an' experienc- cfl newspaper, man, is figuring on Stalling a uccklr paper 111 Day- iton Harry Farr, of. fi-17, was.-U visitor at1the Iiomc of JMr> and Mis C. Ma- last Monday. Fare had jusfc loluriicd Iiom a Ihrough the picss Vill countn, nherc Ite found ilic piobpoctb of a jjobti Crop to be Very bright. Mr. and. Mrs. Win. G. Nattj went to Stirling last Monday. Win. Jlcrsclie-aHii.'fatHily.and James Christenson of 'were- visitors at John Nelson's home last) Sunday t One of it L Hlake'i Ifor.sob1' got Dangled iip_in a_ fence'sonic ami "was hadlv injured that the owner 'had to kill him.; Mr'. Blake considered' the animal worth "J200; T. K. Mohan, ..of. Warner, Weed in- spector, round a TeW ago ordering people to' pull their weeds Mr. Mohan stated that .there is not h.ilf as much tumbling mustard in his district this vcar as compared with 11 hat there was last of the fanners commence to undeistand that it is to their own benefit to liecp their Itcldsi clean, and a few 01 them had already started to pull their mustard when the inspector .appear- ed Although people, in 5-17 do .not think it will lielp veij much to pull their mustard as long as people straight, north of thr township line aie allowed to let it giow to Such an extent that nqthmg but mustard' can be seen 'in their fields. AN ORDERLY PEOPLED Reginu, July police court this morning made the statement1 "that not a slnglt case of looting had occurred in connection with ihe disaster which struck Regina last Sunday. Three cases of stealing from wrecked cars which contained liquor and one.case of assaulting a occurx'd. MARKET NEEDED FOR THE MIXED FARMING i Mr, Lathrop's Suggestion to Board of Title Office, Telegraphs and Good Roads Were Discussed DM the city haivc any right to make il grant to the Klltlns' Band for tho purchase of uniforms? That; question was rained at tho Board of Trade meeting last night by John Home, who believed thal.Uio juris- diction of Ihe council (lid not cover the making of such grants, and that an injunction 'might be. gotten out restraining such action being taken He was opposed to the proposal that Mr. Mitchell said the right, people i re here and they -have done their part idmirahly, and now ho will do his tnd see that they got What they right- y deserve, v namely Hear, a voice: "That's good present the -VCdrmlpg into rural municipalities He dealt briefly but much to tho point on other subjects, and gave the-American: citi- zens credit for helping develop