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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta announces to hit old fiiends and customera h� hat ofMned a eneral Lomber Basiness On Baronets Road, east ot the Coi.Tt House Give Him a. Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Snrveyor Will devote his entire time^ dnrinf; the inmincr to laying out oew towns! tes. Contract piioet on application. iVOfSce at the Coaldate Hotiel, Lethbrid^e. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOC OUcv-Ott block. Hoait~n:00 to 12:00 aoan; S:00 to 5:00 p. n.; 7:30 to 1:10 p. m. Tclrpboiw-Oflco 60. RnidenM 188 DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AWD SURGEON OAw over Iliflnboth�m'� Drug Stor^ Fftoae Qfllco 135. House 94. Oflloe hours-e to 11 a.m., l.SO to 4.80 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. BARS BOYS UNDER SIXTEEN From WorMng in Coal Nines is the Desire Net Only aTt the Operators but the Miners-Other Inportmt Sificstltiis MTercd to the Coil CtmnissioR. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Offic�--Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hoor^-Belore 9 a.m.. 2-3, 7-8 p. m. 8undoyt-2.JW to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, 8UROEON ACCOUCHES Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Houra-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Phyaicians and Surgeons OJficea-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. MeClure ft Stewart SUR'OEON DENl^ISTS Office-J. D. HiKinbotham's new blocic. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces or Saskatchewan and Alberto. Oraziog leases of Dominion Lands liOBnitahle for agricultural purpoaea may b� aecurett in that portion of t�i� Province of Allierta. Ijring Soutli of tbe Jforthern bonmiary of Towa-hip 28 �n. W. F. RUSSELL ttmX EsUte Agent Tabor, Alta Frisb Strawberries Cherries^ Pineapples 3ANANAS, ORANGES. LEMONS, ETC (Special Ccrrespomlence of Herald.) frcwjfing explosive in ex4�tPD�e upemtors ought to have sense ough to use it 8.8 a protection their men. Nert to PresV yteriaa Church. Pkoaa 103. Residence 136. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. HteM in Oddfellow*- Hall ever* rrtdtT TenlDR at 8.00 o'clock, vmiting bretbreo are Iws** wtJconie. C.V. Bennett. E.V. Doo^ey^^ Edmonton, .Tuly 17.-"Boys under sixteen yonr.s of ago Hhould not l�e cni.plo,ve(l in n coal mino." That dcclflrutlon wiis nMidu by to tliat ago growth and development was rapidly takingplaw and the boy.s nrKNied tlie fresh air and Hunliglit. Kinploymflnt unilur-groutifj, prior to that age would re-it in stunted growth and physical weaknesses. It. wa.s clear, however, that vcrw few under the age ctor does at present is make out his ivipart and send it to the department of Public Works. Tbe men are not giveiv the|!e,isL idea of the Insfwctor's opinion of Ihn mine. It se�?ms to l.e important that the man who has to work in the mine c work. It might moan skilled labor, for that woujd lie the i\>qiiiixsnient under an e.\amiination stipulation, would be so scarce that j the en-to or Interest to tlie farmer A writer in thusly: "'The thing is thus: our methods. WHY SHOULD CATTLE BE mP-PED. (Farmers' Advocate.) The only suggestion as to legisia -tion offered b.y 'tlw ofierators was that unions should toe incorporated. The reason advanced was that at prosent an ngrecnient with the union was not worth the paperfU wos writ ten on as the union was not a rc -sponsille bod,v accordlng'ito law. If it was incorpcPBtfld than it would " �^"""= v."".....- ............ l:c on the same basis as the incor - ''>' � nnrasiLe w porated company and would be com-pelled to adhere to all agreemctits. On tile other hand the union (icoplc a farm journal muses w�y I look at this "We've got to clmnge Xor more acres _ but mors per acre; nci- more cows but more milk per cow; not more hens tiut more eggs per hen; nor more hogs but more valuable pork per hog not more fruit but finer, cleaner, butter grades; not more acres of land but Iwtter tillage better homes. laim that if thev were incorporated i'"^"*'" "^^^P' presence irritates there .vould be-no protection for!^'* animals liegin to their funds. The corporation could, j'""'* """'t^'' f^ttcotci\ parts: ami would they eay, carry an action I this Increases the irritation, sores from court to court and eventually crusts are formed and unthrifti-�it up all th� onion money. The.e | '^' '""^ ^' a good deal'Of truth in that state- ifuhsoc^im loss of vitality is partly due to the inosesant unnoyanc , but At the same time,there should is mont. '""""^jprincipally to tJw failure of the �ni-bo some la�. p���ed making the un- \^^^^ .^^.^ ^.^^ hours and hours, they romiBint at or � near their favorite rubbing pos'tannd gradually become so weak that t'liey ions legally reaponslbhs for all agreements to which they attach their signatuivs. A law could be passed incorpomting a union In the sanie i,.,, are unable to walk any distance for way ns a church is incorporatoa iiut ,, - j. . ., f..,vi, fe�l ""^l water. They finally get affording protection to the funds as is the case with tho incorporated as��^a�'�;� e'>"�s church time, they never get up again. Another parasite of the skin which in man,v places, isof much greater im-Alberta poftanoo than tlje foiiuer, is the cattle louse. Strange as it maj; seem, but few stockmen are awaiv; to what extent their cattle ai'v nffeeted with lice and what an enormous loss This euts off the output of -the mine, a� every day the miina, la not working means .sp nuich unmined' conl. This is -the. situation In a nutshell and the public can rcss, a victim, according to his own death-licd statement of over indulgence in the deadly cigarette. Brighter by far than, the average boy of his age, Herbert progressed rapidly in his studies at school until he wtis 14 .years old, he passed his sister. Nellie, who was two yoor.s that his senior, aiKl who started nearly two years ahead of him. His physical health aus normal and his health seemed excellent, but sites to gain any headway. It is, however, a mistake to liuppose that they are not present on the cattle in Kummer-time, although the number of cattle affected, and tthe number of parasites present, are very much smeller thon in winter time. . As a rule, however, a. autliciont numiljer survive the summer to carry the infection on to the following winter. It is a well-known fact that thcgrccn grass will improve nearly every case of mnngc or lousinc�s, but not all of them. It requires, at least, one jmonth, and frotpiently two months, after (he appearance of the green gross in spring, boforo a mangy cr loiisy herd' begins to look thrifty. This period of one or .two months is practically lost in recuperation and not until about one-third of the summer is passed do tha cattle bo-gin to grow and put on flesh in excess ofr their weight and condition, of the previous fall. It will, thereforo, be seen that when fi-oo from mange cattle vill l>e o'l>Ie at least to hold thoir nuiii through the winter and will be in condition to put on flesh from,the moment the fiwsh grass appears in spring. Any herd which at the present time is affected with either mnnge or lice, should lie dip|)cd as early, as thei Call and see our Hsfs before priees go higKer If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. F. C. COOKE ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE ^23 FroTiDGi&l Liunber & Miinii&G'g. fa Ltd., Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Turnings, Shingle, Lath,:; Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK: * TRY WM. OUVER * -FOR-- Everything required ia tlie eoAStnietioa of a Building, LumUrnnd nU kiadt of MiH Work Do not send all your monev to Calgary and Cranbrook. 1 Help to build up Lietbbridge and a local industry patronizing^ I Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. � Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets i,^. 1 ' Telephone 153 Z stipuiAtion, wouui ne so scarce ^n**^ .. ,,,,.,u ^tMio^l should lie dip|�d as early, as their coal enough to m�>t the i^uii-omonts J'^fr^^^^^ will allow. Steer cattle, of the people could not be produced 6 ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^.^ ,.,^ dipped at any The thi-eat was also mo^cle .that any ^^^^^^^^ ^ ,inu>, as long as the woether is not legislation curtailmg the production ^^^^^^^ legislation curtailing the production of tbe mines would necossitalo an advance in the price of coal to the consumer. Court Stor Of Lethbridge. No. 8095 A. O. F. Mccta lat and 8ra Mon-dars in each monib at � p. ni.. In Oddfrllowa BaU, SovBd HI, Vlalllng bretb-reo cordlallr welcome. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE. SEC. Cleaning Pressing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion Garment Co. Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts to measure, and for Crown Tailoring Co. Your own material matle up. ReiMiring Altering Tha miners at sovoral points complained c.'f tbe scarcity of tlmlwr. Tiroljers are u.seU by jft.incrs to pro tect the roof unci sides of a wwrking place in a urine and are exccodingl,>' important to the careful comiuct of a nriner's- laliors. iVith'iiit thorn it is dangorcuR to attompt any work Often also the tinnliers nrv placed so far own.v from the working places that tlie men lose a lot of time in him. The lad became listless and dull,'.and Anally developed a real dislike for school, though he had previously put hU whole heart into his l/ooks. His father. Austin Sociest. who . ^manages Hammond Standish *� Co.'s iOD plant, heard rumors that the boy was a cignrette fiend, but on each ^ of thess occasions iho father's ac-cusations would be met by a direct denial from Herbert. Shortly lieforu his death 8undM,v, he said to the doctor; "It's clgnr -ettes, doctcr. I've been snwkingthem for seven years; since I was nine .voars. The folks never knew, but too severe, while the breciding stock must wait until the calves are dropped. Tlic entire herd should then bo dipped again in the fall, jus>t befoi^ cold weather sets in. If this, is ro -peated for two or three years, it is safe to predict that the infcotion will l)e entirely cradicoted fronn all ranges whore it is net, constantly renew-by the introduction 'of infected stock. P. Burns & Co., Wi t > BUTTER We have succeeded in placing our contract with the Alber-  > ta Government Creamery for our entire supply this .season. ^ With our special cooling facilities we are enabled to supply our ractlcaliy gone and the organ was twice its. normal: size, with the miisclos badly do�en  crated. All dny Tuesday IhroBgs ol .young boy aitd girl playmates of the Se-vnist lad filled the house, and many 'a silent pledge was taken over the plosives-and it is claitmsd such a kind is produced-should be uf�gni/.c that organization. Bad fettling has been aroused to a certain extent by tbe nature of. the evidence which is now being adduced in the case. Tho feeling of the mine o|x