Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TITK LETITBRIDGE DAILY UEItALD Summer Necessities in HARDWARE First Quality Complete Stocks Best Values For Your Money C. W. GRAY CROP PROSPECTS AT RAYMOND Page 3 D. E. Kimball, real estate man in the employ of the Security In- vestment Company, of Raymond, OFFER PARK SITE TO PINCHER CREEK Coming Saturday to Granim (Special to Ihe Pincher Creek, July llelav is probable in the matter of was in the c, y today and in convcr-tu sailor, the Herald, rdalcd glow u IjV. of crop projects awBrdrd lllc dislnc. never seen better sllrtaa. crops tte Raymond district than tM this season. ire to fnii n d (bore J'lie fall grain suffered a littlo be- cause of Uiu dry wi'iitlmr, Inn the fields worst nffccliMl, a fair crop will ie harvested. Tliu sugar heels arc Uso good, the only cause of com- ilainL being Hie scarcity of labor. jtowii, the amount, in consideration ex- ceeding for this part of the town alone. The "powers that be" cannot .see daylight through so ex- pensive an undertaking-from the mnn her of people to he beneliltcil there- by, and the matter is left in ahey- j beets, iiotwithstundins'the fact' th-lt! U'C good wage, are pai.l. The B tOW" THE ORIGINAL CORONATION PICTURES 4000 FEET OF FILMS, INCLUDING DRA MA TIC AND COME D Y PICTURES ILLUSTRATED SOXGS By Vic. Turner. THE ELITE AMUSEMENT CO. Make This Test that the authorities open How To Tell if Your Hair Is Diseased up a street i if llllvc head FOR QUICK SALE The old Ives ranch, 370 acres, 4 1-2 miles west of riucher Creok, all fenced, excellent housb and slable, beautiful running watnr, 25 acres tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one of the best mixed facms in the district, land adjoining gold for per acre last year. por acro the whole thing. Easy terms. Apply Monday and P. J. DALY Room 5, Alberta Block COAL We are now in po- sition to ship a fine quantity of run of mine coal. Galbraith Coal Co., Limited Lundbreck, Alta. C. N. B. LOSES APPEAL London, July Judicial com- Bllttee of the privy council this morn- loi dismissed the'appeal of the Can- adlan Northern against Robinson and another, which was an action brought for damages for the alleged wrongful I removal of aiding tracks. The case j of The Haddington Quarries, versua .Huson, was allowed with costs. HARVESTING IS ON AT NEW DAYTON (Continued from Front Page.) .larrcBllug Is well begun in the New Dayton district. F. J. Morrison ahri Martin Bros, started binders on Monday and Forslay Bros, and and Anderson oil Tuesday. By the ;nd of the week nearly everyone will lave cut some. Tbe Miami Farming 'Company, Lim- ited, are this week delivering bushels of last year's wheat for stor- age in Sunny Belt elevator. This sounds good for a country that was reported dried out last year. Raymond News Raymond, July correspondent has for some time been considerably agitated orer the prev alence of noxious weeds in his homi and other .localities. His -fears were somewhat calmed today when, a Hay raontl citizen in a position of prom inence anil a farmer in the vicinitj of the town informed him that a worm vas destroying his mustard The insect was described as green and about half an Inch long. It eats leaves and flowers and works from the root up, attacking it before the jeed matures. It will even crawl a- rotind a stalk of Alberta Red, so in- terested has it become in the stalks of another color, so prevalent in tlie south land. The Herald's informant given to joking, and It was only after he had crossed his heart and said "Honest Injuiv" that ho was tak- en at all seriously. We have not heard of the worm before, and have not seen any account of any ravages at iMagrath. We'll 'be glad to have Magrath come over and take 'back- some of the mustard worms for home consumption. VENTI- LATION Do you realize how impor- tant It is to have your build- ing well ventilated? We Carry in Stock FANS which are adapted for the ventilation of all types of buildings, the' removal of smoke, noxious fumes, gases, light dust; and .for cooling overheated rooms. PRICES ST. "WINNIPEG. wort in their fields, and this solves the labor problem to some extent.' The factory should have a successful run this there is an immense quantity of heels heing produced." Asked in regards the realty busi- ness, Mr. Kimhall said "Real es- state business has been very quiet this .summer, hut is now beginning to move. This condition is not only local, but general tbrougnoiit the whole country, and ivc cannot rea- jsonably expect any great movement i until (he big crop this [all is safely harvested. This will give renewed laith in Southern Alberta as a safe place for investment, both in real estate and in aji industrial and com- mercial way. Raymond expects to! share the general prosperity along] with her sister towns. There is no reason why she shouldn't, for we I have one of the most fertile dis- trie-Is in the country, a soil capable "r producing exceptionally large i gcsted by grove is a idapted the T' on as council. Morden's not. 9S ner cent, of the psoplc need a hair tonic. Pull a hair out of your head, if the bulb at the end of the root is white and shrunken, it proves that Ihe hair pretty retreat and much jis diseased, and requires in summer as a pionicjment if its loss would be avoided. ground. Telephone communication between tho bulb Is pink and full, the hair is healthy. Wo want, everyone whose hair re- Reaver Creek and Pinchcr Station i quires treatment to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall not cost anything if it does not give satisfactory results. .It is designed to overcome dandruff, relieve scalp Ir- ritation, to stimulate the hair roots tighten the hair already in the head' grow hair and cure baldness. It is becauseof what Rexnll "93" Hair Tonic has done and our sincere faith In its goodness that we want you to try it at o.ur risk. Two sizes and Sold only at our The Ilexall Store. J. D.. Hlglnbotham Co., Ltd., special agents. of crops, ami i as a manufacturing and Commercial centre Raymond occupies no nrean Plncc among the other towns of tlie province." :er is negotiating loans on farm ands, which he considers "good" in Southern Two of his re- marks regarding the province were as follows: "No. state beats it for and "No better place for a man to start farming." Mr. Vebcker has been over the C. N. R, rom Winnipeg to Edmonton, and has made it his business to inquire about ial estate, and he made the remark efore several Raymond citizens: Heal estate is higher here than any- f have ibeen." We've got to got. way from home to realize how good he North American Loan and Insur ftnce Co., of Minneapolis, iMinn., i 'Isltor to Raymond today. Mr. Neb ur own garden patch Is. No less than five implement agents at at the table at the Hotel Hay- ond today. R. G. Aiutchison inform d the Herald scribe that crops were itter here, and money looser, than not get enough binders. Tbe country of Lethbrldgcjvill be two hun- dred short. Weiss Bros., of Raymond could place another carload if they "Ouhl get thorn. B. B. Hicks has just finished clip- Ping his SOO sheep and about two and a half tons of wool is now packed and piled ready for shipment. Mr. Micks is going out'of the sheep busi- and has Just, turned ovor his flock o- SOO, with to John Heninger, of Welling. This will make a considerable addition to his ilready large flock r.? seven or eight thousand. It is simply impossible for this space-saving IDEAL Folding Bed to dose accidentally. It is self-balancing in any position. Worki with springs, not and ii M light and per- tacdy balanced that child can operate it. All metal vermin-proof. No parti to work loose, wear out ot break. Bedding kept in perfect order, always open to air. Canopy permit, artistic or doted it ii a handsome piece of furniture. Be sure and ask for (DEAL Folding Bed, and see that it our trade mark. Ask for name oi dealer you. Write for Polder No. F140 IDEAL BEDDING MONTREAL TOMON TO WINfJIPlQ S3 OLDEST CLOWN WAS WEDDED In His 92nd Year and Has Bten Mar- ried to 25 Brighton, July Doughty, of this town; the oldest actor and' clown in the United Kingdom, has been married to .Miss Alice Zllpah Underwood, 'filso of Brighton. Air. Uoughty is in his 93rd year. His bride is 25 years old. Some verses on "the man that fol- lowed written by Alfred Noyes, and published by the Daily 'Mail last March, seem prophetic: It onc0 was Lane, sirs, but now it's Brighton Pier; MB wife she helped him down to it for many and many a year! 1'ivo weeks ago she died, knows not what to do. You'll find you need a comrade whe you come to ninety-two. In an interview Mr. Doughty sa. that since the death of his first wif four months ago he had felt lonel. and neglected "That is the reaso" for my marrying be said, "a: nothing else. After f am married anal! make a will, giving my wife ei erything." Mr. Doughty has been enteriaininc the public for seventy-seven years and for thirty-five years has been gh ing performances, with his .togs, has now been effected by the branch line of the Kootenay Alberta rail- way over their own wires. This will facilitate matters for the contractors in the movement of'their supplies. Though rain and hail fell here yes- terday, this morning was a bright and sunny one. About 150 people left the Methodist Sunday school ex- cursion and picnic to Crow's Nest. A lormer resident of Pinchcr Creek and now of Xelson, has been visiting in town during the week. Mrs. W. Faithorne is away on a trip to Prince Rupert, where she will visit at the home of Hev. Mr. .James, a former rector o! St. John's church here. Howe's circus is giving Pincher Creek the go-by and will show at Pinchcr City. After spending a pleasant month with friends in Winnipeg, Mrs. W. 1-I-. Upton returned home this week. Mrs. D. M. Ormond, who has been visiting at her old home in Portage la Prairie, has returned to town. Maying operations, which were go- ig on rapidly all over the district previous to the recent wet spell, have commenced again. Some splendid samples of different kinds are lo be seen in any part of the country. Major Wright has received informa- tion from Military headquarters at Calgary that the third prize in Class C, has been awarded to No. 310 Pincher Creek public school ca- dets. Tin's prize is given for effici- ency drill and training in general, the class designating lets that has tnot been under the .raining of a paiil instructor Ing up a lot of land this summer sc that next year's acreage will hi greatly increased. The question o coming election is beginning to agitate them, and at the next elec tlon Albion .Jiidge will have aboul ''a voters where at the last election they bad only about SO. They are all strongly favor of reciprocity and glad to see that it had passed In the U. S. Senate. 0. ZaiTiona OF NEW YORK, VIOLINIST Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM, TO-NIGHT MRS. G. A. FLEMING Planlste. Program 'includes gems from the masters, Beethoven, Schubert, .Mendelssohn, Dra- la, Dvorak, and others. HAVE YOU HEARD WILD WEST POSTERS MUST GO Washington's Chief of Police Says They Lure Boys From Home Washington, July hewhis-' kerod cowboy ami the bereathered Indian mounted on the mettlesome broncho and carrying Catling guns in each hand, will no longer bo allowed to decorate tho walls and fences of tuo west pier, Brighton. He anpearei at Drury Lane in 18-19 and played a Windsor with Sims Reeves when Ih. latter "walked on" at 25s. a week His ambition is to live to be 100, am on his 100th birthday to put on bis old costume to show people what a real old-timo clown was like. WIDER SKIHTS FOR PARIS New York Expert Talkt of Coming Model New York, July on his arrival from Paris, a European inyer for a leading firm here gave a shoLrt talk on coming modes. Briefly, fringes .ire be worn universally on practically ev- erything. Filet, lacet and chenille are most favored. Trimmings of wool and chenille are popular and marabout maintains its vogue. For dress trimmings there is a tendency lo marabout, ns well K Egyptian designs and colors and geo- metrical effects. Indications show a drift to wider skirts. Noticeable arc Ihe one-Eider effects In waists. Pre- dominating colors are royal blue, cor- onation red and empire green. l-'rench novelties in neckwear In- clude Mnric Antonelto and Charlotte' i.'onlny fichus and one-Bided effects in Jaliols. Ihe seashore Qnekor caps, diilnly. distinctive and demure, con- trast with Ihe sprightly and piquant costumes Hint are always a feature of Gallic seaside resorts. A Good Defence Against the White Plague Is'o one can afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, and to have powei you must have pood machinery. The human body is I lie greatest nia cliinc ever c most wonder- ful mechanism in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to ktxp your body in the best condition. There is no valid excuse, for allowing the tissues to become attacked by the white plague. y0u need your health RIUJ Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up your reserve forces and bodily defences. The best defence you can get is Nyal's Cod J.iver Compound. It builds up Ids tissues and prevents disease. A delicious tonic and a iplendid vital- Izcr, puts on good, solid flesh, and makes you frd fit for any task, For the puny ami backward child there is nothing heller. Nyal's Cod Liver Com pound will soon bring the roses back to the cheek and Rive vigor and vitality. Your own Druggist cheerfully guarair %es Nyal's Cod I-iver Compound. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUfJ BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINQOTHAM CO. JACKSON A COPE W, P, J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE ALBION RIDGE'S SPLENDID CROP tho capital in poster picture. From ninv on the police will efface ill such daredevil portraits of life in the west. The young men of the city, says the chief of police, must be protected from the lure of the cpmpany of ca- cowboy and stirring ambition to play countless Indians must he Quelled in the bud. Last week the police mutilated many yards of post- ers on the walls of Washington. Edward Lynn, of Albion Ridge is in the city today and brings with him glowing accounts of the crop pros- pects in the country north of the city. In tho Albion Ridge district Mr. Lynn slates that there arc this) year about acres under crop, mostly wheat, oats and flax. Whiten wheat in this district is a very fino crop. There has never been any lack or moisture at any time during tho spring and Ihe winter wheat will av- erage between 30 and 35 liushuls to the acre. It is very tall, most fields neasuring fifty inches, and the rank straw will keep it from ripening so early as will be the case in other ilaces. Very few fields will be ready to cut before Ihe middle a" Vugust. Spring wheat is even more rank n the straw than- Ihe winter wheat, omc of it measuring inches in eight. Some fields will average orty bushels, but the average foil he district will he about the same i s for winter wheat. Oats arc good! Iso, and 75 bushel crops will not 1. y any means rare. Mr. Lynn hinisel .vpects to have bushels o rain this year. He has been in tin ountry seven years and has novel een the crops so uniformly goof j they are this season. Mr. Ljun had somefhinp to about the weeds In the Albion Hidge district. He stated that the res dent farmers were keeping their Melds free from weeds, but the non residents were paying no attention to (hem so that same, of their fields were infested. This means Ihnt the resident farmers will have a greater plague of noxious weeds than ever lo battle with next year, fie thought the department should put on more weed inspectors and that they should see to It that Ihe weeds on the farms of jtre cut Just as 'nllhfully as on the farms of the "nrmers living h, the country. A great number'of seniors have Into the country during CROP REPORT FROM LEAVITT Leayitt, July is in full swing, and a bigger yield of hay was lever known before in this district. ''rom two to three tons per acre'of imolhy, etc., and From one to two oas per acre of wild hay is tbe av- srage yield this year. Grain is ripening rapidly and tho hreshing companies are beginning engage their hands. The yield la Toing to he enormous, from -iO'to (JO hushels per acre. Oats will very ikely go as high as 90 bushels per ere, A Pound Lasts Longer The first thing a woman notices when she starts using nine Ribbon Is its belter, richer flavor. Then she notices that a pound lasts longer. A pinch of Blue Ribbon makes much more thnn Is given by a larger amount of other tea. And it is guaranteed satisfactory. Your grocer will refund your money if you do not find Ijlue Ribbon superior to the lea you have been using. Merely return the unused portion. The destruction of the house fly is a public duty Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying on-a crusade against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that his body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest enemies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will use WILSOffS ifii L> vm; I.IMIIII 1 J _ .IIUI Hlg 1110 ast couple of years, and are break- persistently, this peril would be tremendously reduced.