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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Some More HOUSE TtAClNCl AND CAlTLti BAKLY DAYS Ity Cardstonj in Ed montoii Saturday of ten gallons of the winner side a gold chronometer worth about to be the one who stayed the fur severalweekswhile he was the loser to pay for the wins1 forgytting that he had left it Amusements were none1 too pltnti ful in the early days so that various sports had to be and if a Contest could lie a Ui up so much the gaiiwrswere On one occasion our ranch had a very good running horse and he was slipj iu without the public getting on to the After he was tried out match was madc with a neighbor ing1 ranch to which we upon a because the raw Around was As soon as the terms were arranged and the money up the horses were All peopleavailable came out to race among wiich most aged either 70 yearsof ago or They up their money like and AS the excitement rose and possibly being accustomed to put more and more stak ing everything even to their earnings on our Our horse won great and having a wagon along we rounded up the spoils and started for When we came to take an inventory of the at bachelor diggings it was divide up for we had some thing of everything und nobody vant the old ladies We had snapsand a or clothes of different and silver watches and anything that was iortable including a horse or We believe the trinkets Were the old ladies but had been gamO first place paid their never FOR WAGEUS On this occasion the two cows were The competitors fenc ed for neither one wished to be the first up but put a foot in the and watched the keeping a leery eye upon his cows the cow bawling and foaming and swishing liei1 At last Hock ing got to a place where he had to drop his other leg over the saddle The door of the was open and several people came in over night and and ate in thehouse sleeping ulten in the led alongside the but when the owner re turned the watch was still Sev oral travellers who met our friend at and bright waited a then plop ped The first man stayed on a jump or two then went over tlxj cows intervals in other parts told out his and one man incidon remarked 1 had a mind to take it but I Stealing these little things When hospitality was five wus a hanging head with Hright following soon atj offence and too bmuli but as he was the last man Thc smaller thief arrives with down lie was adjudged the winner the railroad and is more civilized Still tile west was always a little more thorough in action with crim inals for occasionally the hors thieves were rounded up and hanged and the other paid for the of us old fog tats sit in grand stands now and watch the amuse ments we must pay to go and for to look at us we seem as harm less as the rest of Tlw most approved method of rid ing cattle is to pat on a big pair of Mexican spurs then drop on the cow face to lie full length with legs locked under the with hands dropped down tlic flanks with a se cure hold on to the loose skin of the flanks with each Tlie only ob jectionto tiiis mode is that you cau not see where you are going to Hit you can stay PIFFKUENCK IN The difference in ethics is plainly evident in different countries and just where to draw tlie line is a problem with a traveller in a strange country and is often a subject for we can do some things in one place with which dire sins another and so much depends upon the point of view editor Iwing between thirty and thir lvc bushels to the Nony anners have averaged as high as fif y bushels of good Al erB wheat returned him fifty bush ls to the acie while Silk and Speakman got yields of forty bu to the acre from their cropsof spring AT MACLEOD A despatch from Maclcod says that Skewing of that place threshed one hundred and thirty bushels of wheat from a measured two an nrjiow of BIG CAKDSTON YIELDS Many Farmers Report Heavy Cro Looks Well district is in a most peculiar situation this year and is to a certain extent taking its share of the inconveniences of the times and the shortness of Locally the district has a UN1FOUM TEXT Cross has returned from Winning where he attended a meeting of representatives of the governments of Saskatche wan nnd Alberta in regard to the pu blication of new text books for the schools of these Kanito ba was represented by Colin Saskatchewan by Wai ter and Calder mi nister of and Alberta by Of Interest to HKAbTJl AND UEAUTY From an Eastern Small rhitespots which often ap jxar on the nails are caused from Dip thc fingers in coal oil and rub the throat to give relief from sore Children should not be get indigestion while by pepper and very rich such as fruit Court plaster is a good wrinkle Cut the plaster into tri angles and strips to fit the wrinkles CLEANING SKIRTS Here is a practical plan for clean ing and pressing skirts Brush them then vhisk oil brush dampened in warm with a clean ammonia and for the outline Jaoer and jasto on in the Remove lhan in the morning and massage gently for five or ten with a good cold Use a strong plaster and Qli QUt one that will fctick The black variety is this Any stain can be if out at once with a mixtureof equal partsof ammonia and After theskirt isthoroughly cleaned brushed and lay it on the pressing table or pin each plait down in a proper cover the skirt with a pieco of dark woolen goods which has been previously dampened ajid then To remove dust from silk skirts do not use a but wipe them with a piece of which will not wear the silk and will remove the dust very much more t bringing the two ends to the This iiukia neat arrangement upon a HJC when the yoke is with lace odd pieces look well for a wnall bo lero but they must ie in without any gathers i H A NICE aggregate thrcfe collieries of the Pasfe Coal and its coke pajtment which will be handed out to morrow eclipses the recoru of all Uous will disbursed at the three Qoel is Free Stretching exercises of the throat to Rutherford and The three provinces have united in a moveinent to secure a far as jt wj uniform series of text Up to intro and out Is Gown of delicate material should be the present time changes or so much to ui in the text books by various money inc and neck will reduce the double chin Hold the chin up as go with your finger jn bQ or drawtfrs massage it with a downward being m m i Pushing tho lower jaw in itf which it shoulj fall vvhcn Silk or ruffled ruffles by which they uiay be sewn hung upside This prevents the skirt from sagging and the ruffles from t The sound of a kind word but its memory xway 10 without any system oi regu rop is a large one but uneven m qua irtv with not much wheat grading P Uier d mwt as theaverage last LIIL h once a go through the readers and much bet JumI discuss In this way the books of both thc with ter a good deal more money will be for the crop of than has brfore v i now used in tne western prov are going over 50 bushels John Holmes Once or twice a week is often enough for such her Thc girl with unequal commonest of cure be not too far for the crop of 1907 l l v i if the inequality DC not too public schools and high schools will mimito ovorcisc s ever come into the district by a ten minute exercise be kept on a uniform The on the lanrer Most where well put Hi ing the knee on tne i brinks nmv uspfl in 1 ric orov i acre on Another when life was so was riding catitle for would put up stakes that the ono could stay on a cow longer than the and please remember 1 hat cows were Some Limes were corralled and but on occasions one man Avoiild tirivo the cattle into a snow then it Was up to him With the match on to pick his cow and run up sind get aboard while she was in the When thoso cows got out of tire drift With the riders aboard there some fun and usually it ended in if ho tried to to the landing on the horns or going when was policy for to pick himself up and vamoose in the other direction The time keeier held the stakes and awarded the Upon one our friends Dicky and Hocking agreed to ride two covsfor a ye1 rs When on to plax and dallying With breakfast ning in he chamyd look paier which re lating that Bryan hu just turned from Europe1 and w ins impressions of the Held Wnlti loo which lie had just Bui the editor of the paper briefly marked it be froh of view of Wellington or point of view Myidrut ly this made considerable Tiiis being interpreted iu cise means that what you could do in the west was not always thc same as what you could do in the but the same code may be parallel some what that you can steal a lot at a time but not a little One is a crimebut the other is bide up to the chest and out of date and flll Lhfl while stamhng eroct as nn wasaoson of has just about Uulletin absolutely neces CQAL SCARCB The PEG11EES OF CRIME Still it was a peculiar fact that small tilings seldom lifted by the traveller or guest though1 he might go off with your horse band if he fancied it and could get away with one of that at one time he left upon a by his b OOQ bushels of winter wheat averag ing 55 bushels per formerly T of tallied GO bushels on some of his UL just in one oftlie prize winners at rouhi field is threshing b tae LUII i alarming 300 acrcs whfch is tallying over 0 it bushels to the Another well known wheat Robert has obtained 55 bushels per and John Bradshaw of bu shels per the wheat weighing 64 to the of Ra ley six milts east of av eraged 52 23 bushels per At the present rate of progress and con sidering the scarcity of labor thresh ing will be going on till The winter wheat crop of 1908 could bft in better the fields being green and the weather There moisture inthe Do tliis twenty times each or thirty The bodices should stuffed with tissue also the sleeves and filled out wit the pa j Wash frocks ahvays Jle put away in boxes or drawers whether they haw been worn or for in hanging they grow are more easily affected by dampness and they lose freshness before they TypeWriting Agency Tde uridereigned ia prepared to do all TypeWriting CimiUriziat on application SLOAN of Mugic 4tHil2 Phone 142 The coal not been get enough to supply the de mand during tiie mild The railroads have tccnurging the lay ing in of a supply but i Tten minutes manicuring does not promise vcrv In that 5DCC1H1IV in I however something may lie done to assuming an keep the hinds in good The nails may be filed and the skin around the pushed in with an orangewood a final polish may be given and a whitening and softening lotion rubb ed into thc it is we o en STIRLING Ostlund of Stirling when in the impossible to get Peo surplus when they enough for their Bowen Simp icsponsible for this as standing order of four cars a week all summer but the min ershave not been able to keep their NEEDLEWORK NOTES When ready to sew on a row of hooks and eyes place the two edges of lining to which they are to be sew ed evenly together one on top of the then takei the tracing wheel and mark places on both Labor Union Hall ONE KKrHT ONLY f 23 So many vimum take short trips these days of easy travel that they should know how to the com while soot and r are silting in through windows and doors of fastmoving The soap and water found in the dressing rooms of even the most lux order half Re urious sleeping with the coaches play havoc The water is hard the ruffles of silk petticoats bo come flimsy and a trifle cut off the fringed pieces and sew on the bottom of each ruffle a very narrow picot Place edgeof the ruflie middle r of the sewing at the top only leaving the lower edge to all below the ruile Pillow cases will have ness prolonged when they begin to show signs of they are ripp and the soap Creams of some sort should always te carried cd at the before being Stolen sweets are often city this week informed the Herald that threshing oierations are being busily carried on there by four out Many a man who lives The wheat is yielding fine the hasva halfstarved to a little toUet some sort of soap a simple these will be found easily packed in a small linen case or a little box that will fit in a seamed up are folded sc that the scam on the 3ule now comes Iowa the In this way thc whole ofthe pillow case gets an equal am ount of THE TWO ORPHANS The Masterpiece that Never Grows Old AMagnificently Staged ALL SPECIAL SCENERY v HANDSOME COSTUMES LIGHTING EFFECTS 75c Seats now selling at HiginbothamB V i 1 We have control of the largest and best selected lands in the fainousi Kooteriay We offer you choice splendid very accessible to blocks of twenty or forty I We guarantee lands as Fred Collins a Galgary contractor who purchased 21 acres of this stated I have looked for land for three steady m the and your lands are the best I can find considering the soil location and Interview us before you PER on Easy r Crows t Ltd HEAD OFFICE ;