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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ( Press Grinding* j (hiring the post winter, n mimAier i>f gentlemen end young Indies Intlvln city hove amused themselves hy playlng> curds. Those young couples htivo been nlone In cosy pnrlors In front of binning fires, with a table before 'ihatni. As they continued to piny nnd chat, tho table wns.sotnueb del ween them, for they got nonrer the fire nnil continued to piny on the corner of the tnhlc. They started to piny euchre, It has since lieen found that they were plnylhg honrts. IMtoo were not sure, for sotno time what the gwnio was. The liest graduating course a girl can take, while a game of hearts Is in progress, Is a through course in lonstology, Isrilolngy, stitchology, Vlitrnology. pntchology ami domes  tlcology.-Thu Cranhrook Pros -|H.'clor. A startling stalenient is made hy | a writer In n recent number of tho l'nlted Mine Workers' .lournnl. lie. ilnlnw that during the lulior trouble In Colorado, n well-known detective buronii employed men to work their way Into the labor organizations' for the purpose of securing early Infor  mat Ion as to the plans of the un  Ions. These spies, it In alleged, sent to headquarters exhaustive reports of the proceedings of the miners' mooting*, in ilvls w�y a great many of the strikers plans vciv romleiwl abortive. It is sincerely to tie hoped that employers of labor in Cannda will never stoop to such degrading measures.-Cnnndion Mining �loiirunl. OP.NKSIS OK A VAHN. Woodstock Sentinel Review.- The story thnt lion. Mr. Fielding had gonl to Rome to got. the Pope's permission to succeed Sir Wilfrid I^iurier seouiK to l*>long to the snme rlnss of yarns as the one to the et-fort that Mnrk Two-ln was intending to purchase Windsor Castle ami grounds. "The rumor is false, ' Mnrk says, '! know it is false, for 1 started k myself." It appenrsthat Mr. Fielding hasn't gone to Rome at nil. The Interdict of the police com -; missloners closing up the slot machines has caused considerable com � went about town, tiencrnlly speak -lag. two opinions seem to lie held ns to this order, viz.. thnt the commissioners wer:> right, ami that they were wrong. Proprietors of machines hold the latter view nnd tlie disin -teivsted public the former.- Pernio Kroe I'ress. Invents a Wheat Tester Scientist Lends Aid to, I he I'nrm-crs. (Washington Post.) See col a ry Wilson in un interview yesterday called nllentlomtn the invention of a wheat tester by Mr. Shnnahan, one of the B.fiOO sclent  IhIb of the department. This eon -trlvancc enables every producer of wheat In large been paid, not by the farmers who produced th;> wheat, but by those who bought it and sold it. One man would run his hand Intc. a lot of wheal and say, "That's No. 2,'' ami the fnrmer would get paid for No. U. -Another man testing the same wheat would say it wns So. 1. The farmer, however, did not get the lieneflt of the j second test. It went to the middle A Busy Land Office The Ijothhrldge Dominion fluids Olllcc is ii very busy place those duys The Agent, .J. W. Stafford, in-fornw the Herald thai the district includes u strip of 108 miles iK.rth ........ ..................,,,.......,,., ,, from the International boundarynnd tho Interior, noil Matthew Tktncuuley, {extending from the Saskatchewan Ati icho of Old Edmonton III our exit-arts from old files of the Herald published under the heading r.f "Twenty-the years ngo" we refer this week to the celebrated rlnliH-Jutnpin-g case at Kdnionton In Which Frank Oliver, now Minister of "lleforc this year is gone tho I'Vd-orn) government will be testing all wheat nboin which there is o dispute with the apparatus invented by Shan nbun. who has been testing the cereal in the old-fnt of Agrlcultuiv, and he will let! the farmer what grade his wheat is shown to !>e hy on apparatus that will do the woVk of ascertaining the amount t�f moisture in it'with iivnth-cnwitlciol exactness. "Ask Senator Alr.Oumlicr if he thinks that will Jw of any ivnelit. lie, yon know, wonted us to have K.00.000 for that kind of work alone. We told him Inst year that $2/5,000 would be enough 10 give the scientists for making an Invostign -tion. This year we have 940, nno for the work." WIRK WOL'XRS. Masonic Lodges were installed ,\t Vermillion ami Vogreville last week. The estate left by the Hon. A. ('.. lilnir amounts to less than $120,000 My mare, n very vulimbic one. wns Imiily bruised nnd cut by lieinjjeaught in a wire fence. Some of tho wounds j jnj,ry. ,,,,',,,,., |lo wuli (>nly would not heal, although 1 tried many different medicines. Dr. Roll advised me to try MIXARD'S 1,IX-IMKXT. diluted �t first, then stronger as the sores liegnn to biok het-ter, until after throe weeks, the sores have healed nnd lio�*t of all the hair is growing well, ami is NOT WIIITK as is most alwoys the case in horse wounds. F. M. DOl'C'KT. Weymouth. now warden of the AI(\m>rta potviten -tliiry. rigured proiifinently. From Ihe evidence it np|>ears ithal ,1. M, IVan-itei'iiion had gone on the plow of land I hat had )*'. building on sleighs hauled it to about a tpiarter of a wile to � spot in the centre of the town opposite where drown & Curry's store stoi.d and threw it over the Wink. tl. Itlake, one of the witnesses for the prosecution, couldn't swvar as to who actually shoved the building over the bank as be "was watching where it was going to li'ghl. Frank Oliver uddtvsscd the Jury on liehalf of the licensed. In conclmtlng he snbl. the law ivlating to the offence for which tlwy wore then Is-lng tried-malicious Injury to property- provhl.d that ni�ihlng contained in ft should extend lo nny caw where the |mrty acUol iimler a fair an|)ositlon that he had a rigid to .\\ the value of the liimJx'r act  nally o'estroy�>fl. 'I'Ik- tlistanu. the building fell before it hit the ground was about one hundred and lii't.v ifeet. Alex. Rowland, now of lint tie-lord, was present at the time an-1 helpist to push the t.uitdiug over tlie bunk.-dat I leford Herald. boundary to tlie Rocky mountains. In this district arc IKo sub-ofbees, Medicine Hut, Cordslon, Macleod, Plncher Creek and Xatttoii. Last month there were Sl'M etudes fout rhyming, too, an\- �+ �M�M��