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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 2t, IMS .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SELL HMP ELAND IREST LHJeM Makes Obsmifcn That Rings With Common Sense TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL The Empress MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY COM. FORT 2V. .FOB .'MASTER-OF.THE Great Drama-Produced.Jn El- icijoni'-S. California. V THE FORTUNES OF tate ef the Rebellion. [vA Bison Feature. .'CUWD'S Very .Laughable Comedy TEN i 1 Admission THREE FOR' THuec TEN CENTS .SINGLE. To-Night Frank GuBce CmdcrelU's Slipper A Pretty Camedy" Drama; Sh. Loat the. He talned it and' a'Brifc.r.loo; Treat.1. The X Military.', Drama. to Hand Bum-; A Uttie' Stirti kiit- Aniwtd Morris Theatre 'VAUDEVILLE -MARIE GIRARO A character comedienne, with a barrel of fun SILVER AND GRAY Entertain The'O'rljlnal ARO'N. 'GATES The famoue hard and toft'shoe and comedienne F'E'EX OF. 'PICTURES- MORRIS AdulU 2Sc and 36c. .-_. _; aid .Thurtdaya Daily f, 7 pL m.' "Farmers, In Southern Aiberti would be In a better position, to profit by their labois It they lold about half tholr land and farmed the rest cummer fallowing about 50 per cent, of the said. jellK a prominent farmer of the Raley district, to the Herald yester- day.' -Mr. JeliK is a arm; believer in proper cultivation as a means of In. crca'Blrig' the moisture holding'capa tbe soil, bettering quality of the products increasing and incuriug the yield, and as a 'pre- vention and Cure of the malady Mr. Jellft alsoT believes uiust go, for a while at leael When winter solo" he, "we practically encourage, "th and the prevalence .of weed In the country today due rn jarg measure textile ,fact' that. raised ap-miich.wlater wheat at'on lime or another. 'Winter Wheat Not Favored "Land that Is sown (o winter whea Is subject to the "ever second1 season. It1 is plowed in th Eyring or summer, EOWD to Tiinte wheat in the fall; the crop js cut th 'ollowing Jall_ and in nine cases ou of ten, it not plowed again'. untft th following, summer. This fives', th chance to" grow, an the weed cotne'aloi Motion Tbeatre ad, tell us lo cut the weeds, we are 'iged to cist UM crop alto. the Bett The towing good spring grain a oa well tilled toll mikes It al- oft for weeda to get the hand.. The failure of >Iiiter heat tbli year, as a crop. Is altrl- uted.larae'ly by] Mr. Jells, to the reeling and flawing la the spring, hlch tie roots, nd then vbur'the chert period of routh 'came wheat stopped rowing and 'the weeds went right head. corered one whole eld iy all the weeds a the Held: which at that time were mostly' Btlnkweed.-- Later on the umbllag maatard .appeared sc- thick hat It was impossible to pull them, o' they will have to be harvested with the crop, 'or mowed down now 'float with the grain. Mr. Jellff thinks that sheep are an mportanf item" in.1 the consideration of problem, and lie thinks most farmeraf realize this, but the) ire not In at the p .ime to purehaii. V .Good'Cropi Crope in'the-Raley district are rate to be will harvest a, good crop, but It will not be anjthing tWINNIFRED Winnlfred, July Da'itdiipn, tHe'Vutcher-; -E.' M-jnrp'and a few others, are getting .f. 'TONIGHT- TILL THE DAY A Thrilllnfl SINK'S GOUTY- (COTS.' THE OF 4 TRAIL BiLLYis j r'" Billy. In Fit io a .ma 'which' should be1.pulled; off; in about weekV time, "i 'A tpurae'-of' about.twenty dollars wlH be'pnt'np andfdividedjbetween the first, third' prizes.-.-.This wiiiibe one of the moat'Jntereatliis on until the dale of the moat likely see 'tie dust! cloiids'from the race tracif-iri thejag- rfcnilnral'grounds, and on thernejrly "roads, v getting staeds i nt o' shape >yenV The .excitement ..IsJ'iiUnae, "and; bettjni >ee> hen to'jawke final arrangements or 'ti'e b'uildjni'the first of the' w'eei, jut i'ai not pirt in an appearance yet. dlipbeed of his (eiibV Roy iayt .they were too but- he alwayi them. iink'he now. let: j handle to remain here ai made. Beiidei special .will he aeea a'.i. 1 i! aa a grip-' i -i- -.AJ Merrii circuit Manager Morrii'. if reviving" popular" old the' same -was tnd net' with great iuc- irored that their 'in, UtbbHdge had nol Oirard "AM- An, "accident occurred" An- while fixing a pump'cm north.61 town. 'The-top of iV pamp about "ttjeriW eet from the'top' of it'clirnp the.bottom of bedhead, caught Wr. asnpt atlng.'one of his fl.ngerer Cirl'Hlfte- was assisting him, loser calll..wh.eri, the pittp drojoirf, he spout Just missing his head.. lead seems to he at he bad been In the hospital, oijry a short tiine'before this .with a frfcl ;d caused by __ iad not fully recoverei 'from the' KM- ure, when he. had_tbe, second 'mishap, .'Vo'm "fvhlch he had TCcetTed'.a'iiight cutTon.the'opposlte slde'of the head graohk manner the story of bow tbe fortune Is'jilt ed marries news )s broiight.'of tur'n'in fortune's wheel.' He leads his former sweet heart to IhltA'he iwlll.reftirri' to'the gay life of the city! bill back to Pocket iBooV'V rery good ftomwiy, and en Joyed by'the audience'who lar sjaflirfactl'ogn. th BUILOINOS Kii7fmi last evening, "stfiic Mrs.' nlfter', ii'.Plymfrutiii aidi'two Wg and a thed fn'wUIco J. ii. and el returned "from ridge'bo the Wednesday after visit In .the ei'ty.', j WU'le icre -Mrs. "ok he, Su'nttay Cai July "25.4iWhitla. has been silent some time, but'la again on the Job'regularly from-tUVdjite. Co. .have Just coin'alipteaian, storage capacity; of 'goo'n haVe'. a new'side at -with the improveraehti the huUt qutie MK Dawes bias added a new kitchen to' his house whlch-looks very M. f'.i aK i, ured. .-_ f j .There ieeais to'te.jraite a number beginning lo'sum-' this promjses ,dod feauits.for next season's crop. 1-4 .L. Duneaa H. M. Coona aas, gone to the moun :r.j io recreaff balance o ht and try 'mi Imprbre hia health'; 'of TrhicbJwV.wtab Urn the'bes rVsults JJlia kajbeHe'RicbaTdsoii at :le. hardlr got i roJ 'rrrr. um Wm. ind-Jfr. Hemry Ashton flahlng" jit tke "piiaHwo days'. and rtport i'- trical englneei h'ae .several'; cont: Joyd, the.Spokane.'elec- J with a very Monday night" lait, 'which' did sH.the crops lots of good; aa'. We were' ti awo" of' rain. bailor v i B. i'.' Sexton, ol Me. r; H. and Sunday. all ;the'. lime and fbere.. I frhe young 'people IbJiiilly awake.'alter one la to attend. Very pleasant" evening some 'distance Wednesday and a large'iiuni- her of the girls''we'fiypre-i! ient. A'nothfrwas given a} tW J.'C Preeman r'J aWe'tlBie was had." W. M." Scott.tnd sx way-'to.'tpwn' tais moraiaf mlsfortbne of hating tketiV doing considerable datMtfY to harnns" and the I_____ limits by a number of .the itroag citl. Mr.." Scott klinieif very lucky to'get oat of It as'ie'dli M." Scott.and sp'o, whea-.cm Utir tals our, so has employed Mr. A. 'Stafk'ofskf.to Thf rr was a pound aotdlai and en- r'nent the residence onrWeinfsday eTth'lng; and a 'large' H-I Biimber, about 'haT. or.- a! 'if per'cent., and a'revisioa of tiou -seeB'fbint; tor Recently mntlnga km' ktM at HoicUm, but <-eiit'.-ia mott rf; rot %lbe. ii equal tijy COrW NESTOU3 HBADACJBT ;