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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July NEWS OF DISTRICT VULCAN Dominion Government Issues a Repeat Indicating Season's Possibility Vulcan, .July and MM. C. fciKllllfer and Teddy are holidaying near Pincher i Mr and-Mri. Jackson of OrlWa, I tot.'are suests of their daughter. Mra. A. Mitchell. Bov. and Mrs- Melroee of Carma.- ipenf a day io'.Vulcan. tat week. Vulcan boy. went to Naalor, on alljhtlns on hU head. The wagou boi was" aHo thrown olt, falling on hij back. Although seriously bruised It It not thought that hia injuries are of "a serious nature. 'Quite a numUr troni this attended the Haag Circus 'at Sweet Grasa lut Wednesday. Mr. and lira. Bert Vincent enter- tained a number of young people on Saturday night in honor of Sirs. "V'n SPEARMINT Vulcan boy. went to Nanton on LenVs stster, Kill McDovroll, who Friday last (or baseball, but Ielum3 thortlj. to her On- Frolt Crop Report No. 3 ba. juet teen Issued by the ot the Dairy and-Oold Storage Commit branch ot'rhe Apiculture at Ottawa: lie report opvera toe of JWy aiid'Teporti thit the' month wai.tao "weS lower'mainland for tdeil ceadHfloni. and ia tie OkM- tfic xeotyltaUon. ot five inehe. ta jwuried for June, a U the rie'uU. i 'A' MrioWfalllnj off peota far awl" la reported for all .The whole Dominion will not than 60% i fall crop, but; will food weather aHie s may ie'.riUed.' The ierlcM's 1 eeefe anottier' f ea-_ towir4.tb.e Friday last cor caKoaii. imi i Ielum3 portly to her home In On- htane with rather long facei, the being" 10 to 6 against them. drain Is. for the 'most-part, headed, hating escaped hail the tar mere are hoping for a crop. Xormarj, tie llltla a Mrs. W. F. JeimUohn, With some'other lads near a plough Ing outfit on got. tangkd Communion service at tho.TKO-Fif- teen school house nest. Sunday, July 27. Wa'gner, presiding elder for ItbU dliWot! will be present. Kr- and -bile playing 1 "How Does Wrigley's Steady Your "The same way tobacco steadies yours. "It's wonderful Try it" anreni the plough, aid was badly The estent Injuries are Retlaw. July rye bay, I me hav and wild hav has been the VI I UAV null _ r xaown but the little fellow order of the day during; the past Wdotok V. welfas can be hoped. It Is a fact. and a big fault, that there of place, aw not more forage crops than here but more recently of ha. aro sewn. If. easy to baie relu'Sedand take over lie man-'Uay If oUr farmers .111 sow some of tie local-newspaper, un- spring ryo, western rye grate, bronie. uamVoJ The Advocate, grass, end best of all some alfalfa T It'Firriid who wlth'Ms family. C, W. Hastings sowed ow.acre of 'from hereto Mtenesota .last alfnlta.thi, spring and Ifa as thick as ,._ returned. Mr: Farrand says U'CB. stand, is six Jvjm andjs I doesn't find a nette'r location any- thai Jn the viclnlt'y.of-yulcan. irrem iftrlcta epme -Sor1! pean have' not itt aj -WM at flrsl anticipated, and a. ae- dlitnqu 1 'oo4 1 fll worlh more than anything else on his farm.; He ao'ned 12 pounds to the and 'children' are ex- acre of the Turkestan. alfalfa. Good-progress has been made the irr-Mrs. SUger aad Percy with 'summer fallow lelflttf oi.'a month's plowing. .Some are donef and ail 16 the .honld bo. HI. the-.tlme to km to Mr and'Mr'j Bennett have closed' UrMda, ond the roly time.. It Is theYr' drMtmaklng iooms 'for the sum. thing we tin't' fut oft and tta.onlr to good farming. Our success __ nn I flnnfinds on this o Mn Farrand Verted If a soothing oodet lor nervousness. It's a refreshing, pkasoit pastime that im- proves teeth, breath, appetite, digestion. Carry this inexpemrive pleasure in your rpbtiet. It's always ready to chew and to take away the effects of iwwj-smoking and over-eating. It's as good for you as sunsinae. BtY IT BY THE BOX Look for the spear Avoid imitations Chew it after every meal Jiiia Jean Fe'rguson' returned on depends on thla or eise we fall and Saturday night from Brooks, where have ourselves 10 blame, besn .pending a :couple :.ofi Os6ar Nelson Has commenced, the Mrs.'. Ingram: Kkrlr .full _ HlTeri tie 'O.: ,J BrithSi oir, will ''he .smaller 'than rill l week. H 1. aVubltnf'ill Elevator "Co.-field, tbelr.flr.t meat iu-Devereaur hall on Saturday Julj 19 as'adyertlMd, and elected A. Haw. line ot P. Hemple ot Rolling Grc-en.', John Hu.rch. of. 13-18.; U John- B.; C, report. a total faltar. ot 1 but-.the Vallejra, Chirrlei'ln B. 0. n- ported 'a. bttoi ireietlint.'laithpiikm In too .wtt BerlofB over We'wiwle'ot re- fki'.'B.; OXcrip f Mrs! A.. JSlve's. ing In taeVyirdi here., !j U; D. and rrWed aatwhere.' Good .crop. berrlMVus'-iii f b'ui'y foi Hme but will cjul ttoii'wfcp through' the'.'loca .jdd.'were siipplieoy half game wa.'. failure as were not 'enougi' t'ot'plsy. Viiley 'Snnday scnoo] 'was" well rep.re- aerited and "took narl in all .the sports. .witn MTS. MUUIH ll sow SUriey and friend too good Eoris ,on .We j -J f- mifl.ui SASKATOON NEEDS''.MONEY. AT OFF ON PEDDLING Saskatoon JOHN DEERE' PLOW F'IGHT. BRITISH Flun I- BMI I ion .'j "V r. aere an which'jwere" roan by. .'our H. Hunter. entertained ball i.' Brunetta and Icy. A large'crowd wi.t- game.-'Thts'allernpon was ery liot and the boys did riot dhp'ay much .'anxiety to play; wlth.a" .scoro of 26' to-15. Mrs? Biughman soived supper for the at dinner on' Mr. 1 Olson, Harry Jerry RJckeJt-.ind Marahail when .working on the nf dumu rallro'ad Ttago'ns. one of 'He. cashed Us tad )unch: and. a troke his arm. T 'Colvln Is' working -with the gradinB oamp tor gang. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick came up from ctlaw Sunday for a .few .ilajs' s. Mr. aunelt and son were at Retlaw e past week' doing some plastering Mr.' and Mrs. Charter and -Mr. and Iss Ore of.Hesemead attended dance at ?Ir. Baughman's n Friday night SEAL BRAND COFFEE io rfattd fhe sit. LONDdN LOSES AN ESTIMABLE CITIZEN London, Orit', UtUel 'ex-Mayor died to-'. day at hts summer.'residence, Hazel-1 dean.'near Sprlnsbank Park; don township! .He strjcken over I inillibn'dollars, and was born In Mon- treal sixty is survived by his yidow and ceve'n sons: Montreal; .Walter :of WlnnlpeBV'HaroW, of Cat Arthur-, George and Er; nest.-at NEW HtLD Fph THE iff''-SPOKANE points. Sa-c -'I -f-1 be' given ia' weatern- Montana, triad? "O'er CnK: ".yfrrs Spokane' 'under' the. old. ,i.-.- -jsklng arrived here from On; Silurday. and held lefvkeil r a j 1 1 RolUns Oreeri .and. in cord 1 nil) ia.ited 5O f CHASE MOWTRFA1. "Spokico, July 2. United States has a. idminlstratlon and.becau" E. .Erb of I-ewiston, Ida1. keep htE'word, .'-Trisco 'I. from Jail.', The r forola hobo was, V-fore Judite Krb on' a. cha. ft haf met bfetoTe updei c'umsta'nces. '-ffaln. ,tho, ihiiight you and 1 would nst-'er meet Relumed-the hobo: "Well, >our honor, you told rde.the last time lUiallf 1 administration iij rlgSi.-KoW-lie're-i Erb, of the jcom'ptlj' WHERE 'i -NO STRINOtNCY department of" Finance Is .niovlcfl Into the o< the wWch liaa l- ketn 'Already krfeK (n and toe sar- it.-iitli'of li aad S1-: XSF1FEE Jnd BIAKINC ".A- .3- ;