Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 4 THE LEtltBlRIJXJE DAILY HERALD September I9t3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OECEMBER 1K7 Published iy the Lethbridge Herjld Printing Co., Lid, every ful evening at III office, Sixtd Strut, Alberta, w. A. PHONE; ____ Editbth'l. P.tpcrtcrlil 1224 BUCHANAN T, W. JOHN TOHRANCt Bu lint ii Minjjif PHONEt 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J.year df'tTered J4.CO 6 months, delimed J2.00 S nontos, delivered Sl.OO 1 motto, delivered 35c. J yeir, by mill C months, by S by will 1 month, by mall chtcitd w as its'.rtd. bal.twth iddrvsscs jr.ttat be liren. THE OAlt-Y HERALD FOR SALS AT Crois Drcs Dock Store; J. O. Kob- ertscn Co.; Jactsoa Co.; Pco-' Druz Store; Kenny t Allln; LettbridgB Hotel Cirar Stand; Empress Bar- let t-jEch. Hat- AsVlnlbbia Hotel. D. rFergusoa.-'-. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrock BooS Company. Xeivs Corapany." McCrea; Mitctell Drug Co........ Bros. Vancouver Wide World .Ncirs Co-; Nsni Shop, 4tS Grsnrcell Street....... News Co. River Side Avenue. Grassy Llka .t -Co- hen NOTTS Agency. Book and Sta Ave. Vilest: World Xcn-a'Ce.' PIr.chcr Station. Edvrard Read. 3L Co. "KaoV iea. r N5T3 Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD. 'V.frJ etpry In orlSffrfc ft- r-jsr-raary or tee cevrs or weefc.. local and district r In sictitiii 50e OUll OF VIEW We Imvc faith in Lelhbridgf nnd believe-it is n city with a future nnd worth hoosting legitimately. Th; only fruit some people imagine possible to grow in this district is sour groues. The coming session of the Alberia Legiilnture will relieve any stringency thuI may exist'amongst the legislators.' Well, gas will be cheaper after the end of the mohlli. Elections seem lo pretty well dated. Pincher Creek is now supplying Cowl'ey with wiilcr.- The Creek ought to be able to supply that liquid alright. Canada is getting timid picked immigrants, they say. The immigration olllcei1 who picked -Thaw, should be fired.' He pick- ed a It-moil. would do wjl lo appoint Thaw an nin- jbussa-.lor tu some cannibal island. I their slomachful of him. The "natives would soon get It is becoming more evident even- day that the CrowY-Nesl Puss will have Jhe three transcontinental roads pussiiig through it within n few years.' v IMPORTANCE OF STONIER FALLOWING AMES .G.LAMBECK., of the. Queenslpwn district.-is.a farmer with I lie right' views on faiTuiug. fn a letter to the'dlcichen Call he declares that every, grain field if handled properly .yield a bumper cropland he quotes Ws'own'.expen'chce'iin. He.has a bumper crop of Marquis wheat on twenty-uve a'cre's due he says lo the fact that the land was s'umriier falloweil. He he had this ground in such a condition lhat iU'caught and held tvery shower that fell during the summer." "Some of my neigh- bors thought i jml too much work grpimd, hut I hav its'it -l all ilrsia Ham should Inad A fill tklkate Liqueur Scotch of creamy liglil n clwiracfef l dclcciable.