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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �MMFMajaa^^Maiwa^ HWW^---i- Alocurate Watches bssifi tvlnt^ that your purcliii8�,s are miule where nothing , rat lllgh^firade goods are offered, where quality reigns ^iu^MnW; and still where the price is within the reach m ill; Ours is such a store. Our watches nre right. 'W* have them from $5 to $50 nnd all guaranteed. W: v Our $20 Watch is a Winner .Ross Tate The Jeweler Vfi.-Eipert Watch Repairing a specialty. Of Interest to the Fanner AIDS TO TUB MAKING OV TEXTtil) PAItMEIlS. COS- IMMM.S. Yoo will he building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room ; Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System W� are prepared to give you right prices and the lw-8t of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are mm of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. I HicK (& Wafcely The Leading Timers, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Tho retention ot tho fortuity of Western forms.Is a problem Just beginning to bo appreciated by many farmers to whom tho law of diminishing returns Is yearly being demonstrated toy declining crop ytokls nticl increasing weed nnd fungus nests. Tho testimony of ninny good fornx'rs in recent Issues of this journal shows conclusively that this fact Is appreciated by some, and, we are able to assure our readers, leading farmers t\ their respective neighborhoods. When such men feel It incumbent upon them to put -their ideas and opinions upon the printed page in the way they ttavo done for tho benefit of their follows, we may In? sure that they arc under, conviction as to the necessity for RCcdlng to grass and nutmirlng. Others it will be noticed, tiro-strong advocates of some system of crop rotation. A careful |ierusal of these letters will hove shown thiil timothy and ryo grass nre nwst in favor for seeding down; some few advocate brume, but their advocacy Is hftlf hearted, while many others linw no scruples in cundemning llils luxuriant grover, on account of the difficulties experienced In getting rid of it. It these experiences nre to bo taken an a fair index of Western /arm practice, and wc assume they can be, the absence of the mention of clover ami alfalfa cannot help but. be remarked anddcplorcd. Grass Is stal ed to be of value as a preventive of soil drifting and Is also of some value In the direction of wood sup -pression, but those most closely observant state that grass atone will not All the bill ns a soil renovator, that manure must bo used In addll  ion. This opinion I she Id most strong ly by the occupants of Manitoba farms which have been under cultivation for twenty or twenty-five years. In the newer sections, such as InSnskatchewan and Alberta, a con-sidcraLU number, pin their faith to summer-fallow and in dry seasons it so favorably In wet years. The point raised by one correspondent that of the beginner on new In ml anxious to get on his feet, is well taken; such a jiersou cnu get along without, unless on very light land, gruss or manure for tho flii�t eight or ten years, although at tho expiration of that time ho will find that having skimmed . the cream he must needs content himself with smuller yield* of grain I Hut Charity was wise for once,- Unheeding, left tha laty dunce. And soon as she was out of sight JIe loved friend Toll with nil his might; I'pon his fruits learned to depend, And proved hint ever man's best friend. A ON Fi9 L.'OUlt. HINTS. T�� Momine Bath is recognized generally ns n great'una B|VtttP�' dockage when he mnr-harbiuger of health, and wheu it lkots lmvl Brain, and. then must adopt ...... 1.. 4.I___ ____ 1  l tVlA mn�*A WAna.in*Kl._________ . . O royal May, O dainty May, O month of promise' bud and lilooui, Ye crown tlte mends with blossom, spray, And flood It with perfume. Uon't Ih� a croaker; leave that to the frogs. Method often beats genius in the race for success. A lazy man usually has time to do the things he ought not to do. "Klue feathers do not mnKe flue birds," but they do make a pretty gouil pillow. If the butt ends of tenco posts nro charred to tho depth of ono-thlnl of nn Inch, they will outlast the planter. 0 Most of us sei'in to In? more conscientious about advice than about other things. At least, we are more apt to return It. Many a man's downfall is duo to the fact that ho tries to climb the ladder too fast, and forgets the laws of Kin v| tut Ion. Tho advertisements In this paper nre so Interesting nnd so full of helpful suggest ions, that 'twill I* time well spent if you rend every one of them. It is IJkcly that much of the nuto-moblllst's bad luck with his machine is sent as a punishment for his reckless running and disregard fur tho man with the burse and buggy. Fasten a Utile box up on the beam of tho wagon house for tho bottle of castor oil you use on the carriage axles, and keep the bottle there; and also the wrench that goea with the carriage hubs. Ninety-nine |�����������oriUii�i, the lie)I Telephone Company. Coming from Mr. CuNliing, the public knew the statement wasn't a hlufT. So tKey were not, surprised that, in a little over n year'* tluv*. one lirunoli of the Ciownmieiit Telephone System, that fr�iii Oulgur.u to Hiintr, had been coni|i|ei;',i,Vinul ths const nut ion of u not her line," "from Coleiimi), in the Crow's N'est Poaa, oust to the histqric town of Miicleotl, had l�>eii 'omincpred. The 'Allierla (,'overnioent Telephoim System Is already a reality and nparl from New Zealand and a couple of the provin ces of the Auslraliuu C'oioiiionwi.-ultli Ik the only government system in existence amongst the inlmiies of the llrillsh Kmpire. As for Canndn, Alberta has sot -tho pace for tho other provinces. when you buy Knight's of Raymond Sugar hi preference to that which is imimrtcd from the South Sea Islands. None purer or sweeter thau Knight's of, Raymond. Then, too, your money goes back to the soil. FREE: AHiein.. f,r � ******. MmklllK. N>w I'.iirIiiikI Telfre. M�niii.n your groier's nsuie anil l)�|it. 1and write......... KNIGHT'S SUGAR FACTORY RAYMOND, - ALTA. MI.VARUS LINIMENT LI'MUER -MAN'S FRIBNI). IS NOT A MASON. "I am" afraid I conveyed a wrong impression to your reporter yestor-^followlnf horses will bo sold day." said W. A. Buchanan. provJn - I'/liis lub'lic auction, at the Barracks, ibrWge, on Saturday the first of June 1007, at a p.m. boras, No. 2008. ^ihorse Reg. No. 2883. .jj|C|rspapor. will he paid for pub-\ft?t)ie alcove advertisement with -r|n�r authority, mmiK � '.K, W, M. Police nt \brldgo. Mfjm May 3,007. ..... ----- . , - cial librarian, to the Bullotin this morning. "I had nothing whatever to | do with Mr. Robertson's History or Freemasonry. Be gathered all thn material for the work himself, travol ling over most of tho civilized world in his search for data and documents. I would bo proud it o lay claim to as-soclation With Mr. Robertson in tha preparation of this history,but as he hadn't any associates, I can not |0o. so.y~*J^lontQn.;Bulletfb, .". . .. MAN'S BEST FRIEND While serving Toll, B m*n ono day Was badly wounded. Long ho l�y In want and pain upon his bed, And grievous words, of Toil, he said. came, soothed his Bweot Charity pain. , Soon raised him from his bod again. But when she Hukl, "Friend I must go," Ho could not bear to have it so; For in the days sho served him there, Ilu laarnod to lovo her tender care; While for friend Toll a deadly hate |w�s ftftfjigite w*" aim�w;t��t�. FURNACE NO BENDING DOUBLE AND POKING AROUND THE ASH-PIT WITH A SHOVEL TO GET THE ASHES OUT OF THE SUNSHINE. The Sunshine is furnished with a good, bio; ash-pan. All you have to do is to grasp two strong, firmly attached, always-cool, bah handles and the large, roomy ash-pan easily conies out A minute or two is all it takes to perform the operation. AD the ashes are in the pan, tpo, Because they are guided into it by means of ash-chutcs attached immediately below tlx; fire-pot. Sunshine is the simplest, easiest-managed, cleanest kind of a furnace. You don't, have 10 \v\jar overalls and a smock when attending to .the Sunshine. If your local dealer does not handle the "Sunshine" write direct to us for Fkfk ttooKinv LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAl, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN. N.6. HICK & WAK?LYr Sole-rVgem^ * New Effects in f * Cut Glass Our recent importations in-chnlu nn assortment of Kng- ' libh ltouk Cryatul, quite ditTurunt from that hore-to-fore shown. TUe Orrslal lloclf u hcivlrr and Hie cullln.'s Oerpcr man ibalul ilher yeam-iue effocl l� even mora plcmlng It differ* from Blrks' Out UIm�" m thai U eepeiuis moi� upon Hi trilatle Ira-cry of d�-kIku. for It* beauty ratber tban brllllancr. KostJ Bowla, Flower Centres, Decanters ami Jugs are most prominent in tho assortment, some of which.come mounted in sterling silver, others plain. |W. J. Armstrong | JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL, PIANOS CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s'ation or bring friends to your home. S- A. Johnson Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 Keep your moneyjut home by us Ing "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Letbliridgo, Rn.v-luuuil, Mi tfrutli. Rinc ap 108 When yau want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Meu'a ahoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. L H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksioithlag nntt lloraeshouing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-ns, windmills, fanning .mills, cream H�fiaratorti, grain picklurs, bla'sav-niltlt coal. UCTHDrXlDCC. ALBERTA. I have some extra stock in the Buff Orpington and Barred Rock Varieties which must be sold at once, including hens and pullets, value $2 each. If in need of auy of above, we would be pleased to hear from you at an early date. Address OldChlef Poultry Yards, Lelhbrldge Box 407 - ;