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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEBMtibAV, JUJ.V fHAtt OUTSIDE OPINION OF OUR CROPS (Staff Correspondent of the' Calgary the railwayman strives- Daily Herald.) I for ituUnce tp inake his engines Lethbridge, July a general produce; the muximum results, proposition any thing that every ono there would be a different agricul-' JB boosting has some merit in it. fciiral tale to tell. You'know tho old Lincoi'a homily, thai you can't fool ali the people all the time. If it has no own tho general 'opinion will endow- it, for there's nothing either good or bad but-thinking it BO. From the youth in the restaurant, talking in a loud voice so everyone FOR A COUNTRY BEAUTIFUL. one more observation. In the city, even the small town, if a man' has a yard four feet by four he the grace of a madinaiv to take on the semblance of "beauty; but out in the country, with may hear, to the littie-to-Hay busi- facility for can a lawn ness man, everyone W boosting for ot one be found in tho crops and the country. Hang a day's drive. -No about around, anyone .for fifteen minutes old Jences where und if he don't drop some'remark' about tho crops you can put him down us utterly jhopeless. And they all believe in it, believe in .the country and the future abundance. there might a.-? well'be ft bit of jjrace; "no promise of an orchard of a vineyard or oven a bit of shade tree to bailie coming-suns. If our good friotids tht temperance workers, will spend their Anyone who will persist In declaring instead in the cultivation ,o. that this- is .a stockman's country I these .things in rural Alberta, -far alone, is either insanely stubborn or mers: sons will not join the city, and else he hasn't the brains of a peri- appreciation of the beautiful will ac Wjnkle complish more desirable results thai you know what faith accotn- and declaration of plishwl for Moses: There, may be Thou shall not. Of course the coun more consummating efficacy in this try is but.everywhere" can nil pervuciing.belief in a bountiful bar- '.wen farm yards jn such a condition vest than an orthodox believer woi'ld ranishackleness as to lead to caro to admit. impression that the farmer haa there for year on year, and he has These things cost no money; The A man bought a piece of land for their own way, like sharp plow 818 an acre, plowed, fenced and fibres. A man boosted that h cropped it. When the crop was nice-' broke.fifteen acres with sharpen-., ly coming through, another fellow! -ing of his plowshare. For his 'came along and offered him- an -be should have been arrested. for acre and got the land: Whfn the- -cruelty to animals.. Stop ir, any crop camo'ofT the last owner realized smith's shop and take a look at the ROUND STREET Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of th THE VALUE OF A FARM. Daily Herald i .1. narui Place Wbci to ta rttt pUce it ia thif ctfcuM. If yM wut MM IfcU 25c OM iucrttot i insert for SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaued can have same done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 RAID LEGISLATIVE GAME POKER JIAM LAL'S PURE TEA RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LAYOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? SERVANT WANTED A good'general servant wanted. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Bompas St. 79-0 op COAL MINING REG ULATIONS to the acre. That's going some; but this is not fiction. Twenty-seven dollars an is interest, at ten per cent, on The land will produce such a crop dull They. are an abomlua- tion. It is too far to go to .the shop .of tenor, the plowman will a cheap forge, use a piece of railroad iron for an a hainmer, and two. So who -while the .poor horse'rests do a Jit- one year m has n quarter" section has interest producing value of But, thoy will say, that is the gross income from the land; you must deduct operating NOT WHEAT ALONE. That represents the gross income' from the wheat alone. "It tloes not] tie knocking on your own account. It will add one horse power to your sore shouldered 'team. BUT TILE OUTLOOK But the outlook around Lethbridge is inspiring. Seventeen steam plows here for the tributary this season. The re- take int.; account eggs. pig.s. cream, j a. sniair of calves, colts and all the other power set to breaking .the which if uUfnilwl to, will -nw hereabout. If one.acre -is in Five Georgia Reformers Gambling in Room With. Drinks Atlanta, July raided i room in the Kimball one-of Atlanta's leading hotels, this after- noon and arrested five members of the Georgia' Legislature who it "is Charged were engaged in a game of poker. When the detectives rushed into the room there was a jackpot on the table worth over The legislators got busy with the phone and through, "influence" kept heir names off the police records ter giving bail each. The room was fitted up with 'a reg- alar poker table and the detectives allege that it has been used for gambling by legislators ever since ,he session began. .They say that the member whose room is used does not play himself, but watches the kitty and gets a good rakeoff Jfrom the po- cer loving members of the House and Senate. The officers also found aii sorts of iquors in the room 'for the refresh- ment of those who patronized the leg islative poker table. The present Legislature is known us the reform body, but the recent discovery of_a blind tiger in the Cap- itol and of a legislative gambling room today has caused many to doubi 'he1 genuine-ness of its reform profes sions. TO RENT 2 rooms in North Annlv" German's shoe store. 190-6 Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO. LTD. grow on identical land, pay all the expenses of the wheat and a profit into the bargain. crop this year- fiyt> be .grbwing grain in is-putting conservatively..' Southeast of Leth there are'half a'dozen far BUYS NUTTER. EGGB; liners with nn average'of "twelve huu POTATOES. A man drove up to a wuiitry store j and ordered Uutter, eggs ami pota- toes to take out to his farm. Asked how long he had been on the farm, he ropliecf that.' he had had poor crops. The farmer; hinety- niiiri in a hundred, blames all the ex- pense of the wheat, runs-up fright- ful bills and makes the wheat stand for it. That is an injustice to the wheat. No farmer seems to under- stand the meaning of efficiency-. If he would strive to get the most from dred acres in crop this year und vastly more plowing. NTortluvest o ge is a settlement of Hol- Looseness of The Bowels. "i landers, and when you come to get- ting results you can't beat the Dutch They farm; they believe in the ad- age, plow.ueep while sluggards sleep, and you'li have wheat to sell and heap. And it is really surprising how much wheat is still on the farms front lust year's crop. South of Cardston one man told of seven of his neighbors who had all of theirs, holding it perhaps for tho coming of jotter transportation. Tuesday fore- noon five great loads were brought In mill and the miller said that they were coming slowly. So when you figure last year's crop from' shipping records, take this into account. Peare Watermelons Cantaloupes Black. Cherries Cucumbers Peaches Complete Variety of Fruit and Vegetables in season. Our prices can't be beaten Did you notice the size of our Ice Cream Dishes ft WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate WANTED Bookkeeper who is also able to act as stenographer. Work not heavy. Apply at the Herald Office. 185 0 WANTED At engineer, pres ser and cleaner, bosom and neck irbn- er, marker and wages. Fernie Steam Laundry, Fernie, B. C. 1896 FOR SALE A small lot of lumber, one iron Led table and chairs for sale at 2 3 value. Room 10 Balmoral hotel. 88-C It is very seldom during the summer months that most p.cople are not troubled with looseness of the Sometimes it only goes that far, but generally .it develops into Diarrhoea.' Dysentery or Summer Complaint and has a tendency to weaken the whole rystem. When the get loosened up in tliB way and you wish to check the un- dbcliarge without bringing on constipation, there is only one remedy to use, and that one is Dn FOWLER'S KVTKACT OF STRAWBERRY. This re ncdy not an experiment as it has used in thousands of families dur- ing the past s.xtj-three years. When you ask for DR. be sure you get it, as many unprir.cipailed dnig- to palm off a. cheap sub- stitute on you. Miss M. IJopkins, Rose view, Sask. 'L have used DR. FOWT.EK'S or WILD STRAWBERRY und found it is all it is vccoiv.mtmdcd to be for RALLY TO SAVE THE WALTZ "Most Beautjful of Dances" Threat- ened with national Pledge Berlin. July first interna- tional danco congress has opened here, -with delegates from seventeen countries present. One of the most important objects of. the congress is to prevent the disappearance of the waltz, which, it is alleged, is threat- ened, with extinction. The representatives of a dozen na- tions have prepared evidence of this '.md pledger! themselves to attempt to save what they contend is the most beautiful of dances. WOMEN RESENT'HIS SLANDER Georgia Legislator Who Would Taboo False Charms in Trouble with His Own Wife Atlanta, July presentativ who" bill- in- th Georgia Legislature to prevent women from wearing rainbow waists and other alluring wearing apparel, alleging that by such devices men were frequently trapped into matrimony, is being overwhelmed with threatening letters from w'jffien in many parts the country: Some of the lettefs are vio- lent in tone. letters go so far as to say that Glenn ought to- be killed. Glenn seems to take the letters ser- iously and has asked protection of the Legislature. Glenn says he has also, got into trouble with his own wife by reason of the many letters he has been receiving from other women. He says: "On account of the numerous news paper articles, letters and telegram I have received from the various anc irate female organizations of th country and on account of my wif being a very peculiar woman, anc he strenuously objecting to my re ceiving letters of any kind or char- acter from other ladies, whether they be mad or not, or whether they are members of any organization, kind or charitable, I arq compelled to seek the of the Legislature. "My very life has been threatened and I don's know what moment some Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McG uire's Old Stand FOR SACE Cottage on Argyle Avenue, Terms to suit purchaser. 'Apply W R. Virtue. 191 G FOR SALE Fine new 'eight roomed modern Uv storey house1. Eiglit. minutes froir post office. Will trade good city let close in in part payment. payment' will hfndle. Don't miss it. Apply by lettor. Ir. Box W., Hw.ld 191 G Coal saining zifbu of the Dominion In1 Saskatchewan, Alberta, Ihe Ypkoa Tkritorj, the Kbrih-Wesi Territories and British Columbia, may leased for m term of twfnty-oue years at an annual rental an acre. Not more than 2.660 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent-of the district in which the -rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le gal subdivisions of sections, and io unaurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will uot available but not otherwise. A oyalty shall be paid on the iner- output of the rfiine at the ate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated sHftl) uruiah. the district Agent of Domin- on Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, bui the lesee may permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- for the working ol the mine at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information application ihould be made to the Secretary of che Department of the Interior, Ot '.awa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Domimon Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of this advertisement will'not paid For. LOST On Sunday southeast of cushion Reward for return lo The Palace Stables. 192- A PICTURE OF-CONTENT you here do steeped to the lips- m a glass cream, fruit and soft drink privileges at the Lethbridge and District- Agricultural Fair, to be held on August llth, 12th and 13th 1903. MAJOR W. B. BURNETT, S2-4' Secretary-Treasurer A. T. Root is in Lethbridge, today, the 20th, to prove up on his home- stead. Mr. Armfl Williams accom panied him as witness. Some others ;hai are in town with them are Mrs. Hitchcock and Mr. Snyder and daughter. The now herd law has pone into effect but so far there has been no pound master appointed. We sec by all the papers that the last surveying party is going to come through here soon to settle on a rail- road between Lethbridge and Cal gary- Great Sacrifice Sale For Your Baby's We have to by ihe 12th of hold off till the last day of this sale. Come today. continues till August 12th. During that time'tawo will be a discount of 20 per cent on Carpc-t Squares and RUJJS, Curtains and Draperies, and 15 per cr-nfc on Furniture, Linoleums and Pictures. Oars is ono of the cleanest and best assorted stocks on tho continent- so co great bargains. Ihe Turpm Furniture Co. Every mother should be familiar with the facts containeo! in our new The. Ca re and Fzzdiiig of it is the woi'k ot luc iCacJing specialists on Diseases of Babifcs, and chronicles the results of years of study and experience. H you have a new especially if you cannot nurse for a free copy of this vaiuaoie oook. Write for Free Copy o! this Book BURS Ml) STOCKMEN LIVERY BARN FOR STOCK- TO EXCHANGE )f the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming iand owned solely hy him, not lesa than e.ighty (80) aaes in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned wlely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him in the licinity, euch homesteader perform his own residence duties by living with ihe father (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brrnch of C. N. Rv. with room ftnr 160 head horses, in town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take ftock for part or full lars see payment. For particu- FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. We cost lo large simple of NESTLE'S FOOD, the perfect sufcsWaie mover's milk. It is the best nourishment for even the youngest Infants, THE LEEMING MILES CO. LIMITEO, ST. LAWRENCE BOULEVARD, MONTREAL. 65 TO AFRICA WITH ROOSEVELT Colorado Springs, July Bullock, Roosevelt's chum, now Mar- for_ shal of South Dakota, has been in j to accompany the President onj his hunt for big game in Africa next year. Mr. Bullock is here attending the conference of Republican com- mitteomen and today told his friends of the invitation. Bullock is preatly pleastxi and will go. Bullock first met tho President twenty fivo ago in what thon the Territory of Dakota. Thoyj ranched topothor on the Little Mis- souri, tho future Prosidont at and Bullock 160 miles south. cordance with the above living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, o! intention to apply for patent. w. w. coirs. Deputy the Minister of Interior. publication ol advertisement will not be paid EXCEHENCE cu- m rmc jvu Work is Our Daily n Motto KNOTHER BIG SNAP FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING AND NEW DAYTON, PER ACRE. YOU can't get anything near for less than to See jberBros. I Ott Block Lethbridge ;