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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta m THE STORE OF QUALITY." Braid's Big Four Blend An.extra fine blend, and good value for Boarding Houses, Hotels and all parties using coffee in quantities. Nelson (& Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBBIDGE Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 .1 rn'i-i'n'n'rrn'n'o'o'o'fTf'.o.o.n,' p/y Before Retiring a glass of pnre beer will soothe the nerves and insure you a quiet night's sleep. For the weak and nervous, for debilitated and those suffering from spring Ittssitude there is nothing to equal a good, pure beer lilie the Leth-bridge Beer. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE No Rush for Judgeships The Wtrk of the A|rkiilturc Dt-partmcnt-Thc Asylum Location (By Our Special Correspondent). (Held over from last w-cek.) liklnionton, July 8.-Where vMll the Provincial A.s.vliinj be locnted? Son* say at Macleod; olher.s at Ponoka. Macleod was the {avorcd spot. I am 'told, until sonio prontincnt physic -ions in dilTerent parts of the Dominion posscri�ncc in the treatment of the insane atnl feeble minded aossible to effect a cure or even an improvement in the condition of the patients This is the view of expert.^ and in the face of it, it is hardly likely that thogovemnK-ftt would choose MnCr leotl. no mutter how much in favor of that town it miKlvt previously have been. Ponoka is the only other place seriously men'ticnetl and it is likel.v to be .solectee Court of Alberta will come into e.\i.�Jtunce about the same time. Another judge has to l>e chosen to n�ake the full ,ta of five. The four Supremo Court judges in Albei'ta now are Chief Justice Sif-ton and Ju-itices Scott, S'tuort and Harvey. Two nanK's are pronainent-l.v associatenerars tiepartinmt at Edmonton, as well �� Iheir interpretation of an important in the Autonomy Bill upon which the matter, reolly hinged, lieing uphold. Chief Justice Fitz(>atrick, who an Mini.ster of Justice, framed the AMton()in.v measure, was one of the judges who heard the appeal and he ngrcey ,the Governor General's Order in Council ami that the Alberta .\ct did not come into tflect until the nbclition of the Territorial .\ct. The contention of the Alberta government was that their act came into force the day it was as.sented to, and that the Territorial Act was contmtipd 'by the Autonomi>' Act HHjivly to give the old Medical Council an opportunity to wind up tlieir an'airs in a legal manner. Al-lierta's view, as we"pointcest in his methods of tilling dry land and tl�e establish -ment of an Ex|>erinM�tal Station vould tk� greatly appn^ciated by the fariiiinjg community, Dry farming will also be followed at the Domin � ion Experimental farm at letlrhridge but it is not safe to soy that the Dinjctor, W. H. Fairfield, will follow the Campbell plan. Mr. Fairfield is a very Rtudious young man, probably the Iwst traintnl fanwr In Al-U'rla, and he is likely to introtlXice .some 'dry farming experiments of his own. Hut it will not do the faiiocr any harm to keep in touch with two dilTercnt experiments in dry farming. Some of the new.spapefs seem to be ettger to jump on the gc showing in six years on of J,133,fi8r>. At the same rate th� population will Iw 7,oOO,000 nt the census m 1911, Hon. Mr. Finlay is a>. She is more severe than her liondcn sister and less attractive She would he pretty is she could enthuse a little. She dresses fairly well, but she is an ice carnival." The Chicago Trihunc splutters out that falsehood. We will leave it to W. R. Dobbin, a memtjer of the Lethbridge American colony, to decide if the American girl isn't a prune along side of the Canadian peaehes. We know he util,l say that we are right for Dobbin is not a biased enough .\merican to beconM an Ananias as for the sake of holotering up the Ions lost TKAUty of bif couKtry's women. Reliever in Canadian Beauty. GOVERNMENT DUVS PHONB�. The AMwrta Quwrnmcnt has purchased the telephone exchange of the Crow's Nest Pass. Tbe Governinont will improve the service so a* to make it perfectly up-to-date. Tito price of rcsi- Refrigerators Call and see these special bargains. G. L. VROOMAN A GOOD Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and paniphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Sputhern Alberta s^t free on application. Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - , ALBERTA '4 92 ;