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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ny. The pall-bearers were Dr. Galbraith and Messrs. James, Pierce,. McDiarmi'd, (^ray and' KeflTer. The members of the family were all present n't the last*^ sad rites. Three brothers, not three siatftisj, as was stated last week, survived the deceased. The Cropt. Hiarvesting by August the firsts will !� pretty nearly a record in Alberta. Bwt, if the weather keeps dry harvesting operations will probably start on or before tha^ date on C. R. Daniel's field of fall wheat at Coa^te. A( week ago the wtofltt bad a notiiceabie yellow tinge and is now ripening last. Atr. Daniel expects to start cutting by this time i�xt. week;. Prospects out north are excelfent. Tlie grain crop looks seventy-five pep cent better than last year in tiw BowvJllo di.strict. Hay can be cut, any place this year. A N�w Wce4 PUgue. A farmer from) HowvIUo yesterday reported to the Herald that he had seen a large patch of Russian Cactus near Diamond City. This very nox -ious u-eed has causeffh comiplimcnt to> the fair., The accommodation of visrtors at /air time will l>e''a .serious problem Cltiaona should cu-operat� with the society in getting al,! possible accommodation for the crowds that vill*throng the city on those days. SUrte MMt Wctk. Geo. Wivelen, manager of the Imth-bridge Woollen Mill, infornns >the Her-alim PichI of Gtarcsholm nut with a serious accident at sitawly last night, and as a result of it will lose a leg. He attempted to board the train while it was in motion and fell unffcr the wheels which noarly sovcr-od one of his logs. The unfortunate man was tak�n to the hoopMal nt Macleod on the same train; , ^d at LDttibridge by Freight Agent Hardy. The Toronto Saturday Globe of J uly 20 tm� a cartoon on 'the Boag-iin cose. It re*p���int8 Canada with the horn ol purHy feeding a miser -ablp cur, which, however, is biting the tiftnd ol its benefactor. The wording of the cartoon is "Biting the hand that (od him." An Alberta man was s^v^rely fined recently for slandering Canada Abroad. Don't bt a human moaqui'to. There ' are some people who delight to make i their friefida uncomfortaible by sting-, ing them in aore siiots. It seenu to ' h� their Jwture. You could name ..tv'o or thito Ije in by six o'clock p.m. of August 1st. A, E. HU1CI*KRIES, Secretary of I^thbridge ami District . Agricultural Society 25-1 WANTED. A first-class servant girl. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co., Leth-bridge. , t.f., WVNT^, young girl 12 or 14 yeors old y-anted, to help in small family. ;