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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald , .J -. i * VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE. ALBEBTA. THUBSDAY,'AUGUST 1. 1907. NUMBER :)9 The Store McKcIyie SMitfoction & McGuire Guaranteed exbibition Specials -IN- men's furtii$Diii9$ During Fair week you will find in our store the Rreatest exhibitioD of values in Men's Farnisbings ever sliown in the city. Having placed in stock a laige shipment of New Fal Fit- Refonn Suits You will tiiid a complete range to choose from, at prices that will make your money do doubk' service. Value Climax in Summer Clothing ! Koguhir 9,00 Tweed Suits, Exhibition special.............$6.00 Regular 12.00 and la.OO Tweed and Worstetl Suits siiecial. 9.00 Stileiifit Suits, regular 15.00 and 16.00, Exhibition special. la.QO ' 18.00, 19.00 and 20.00 " 14.50 Fit-Roform Fine Tailoretl Suits, at 15.00,16.50, 18.00, 20.00 _ up to. :5.oo The Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoe Are to he found here in all styles. Prices : 4.50, 5.00, 5.50, 6.00 JUDGES _AProiNTI:D. Will M�ke Awards at the ExhibitiAA. The >tliiX!Ctots of the Aigriculttural Socie-t.\- huvfi nppoiot'od tlie following JiHlgcs to p.'Lss judguiant on the ex-hi'bHs ivt the fair next week. j Horw.s. Civttle, Sheep and Swine | will (jc judged liy nuthori'tios appoint wl I'y -the t'rovinclal Ooveinihen't. | PouHiy-.1. \V. JJawden, .las. Ash -craft and a Oovorninent judge. I (.{mills and CJrassos>-S. H. Fair- � field, G. W. Green, K. S'Ick, M. Mc- ' Killii--�n, F. (olpman. J{oots ami Vcgctttl)le.s-L. P. Tull", V. I'eriy, It. Van Nest. I'Vu'i'ts and I'Mowei-s-T. L. Clarke, Mrs. Highy anxl one other to be ap -pointed by these-. l>a'iry Products.-Mr.s. R. E. Sherlock, Geo. Kerr anifl W. Scotit. Domestic Products, Meats and i'oultry;-G. W. Green, .f. W. Foley, .J. Pichc. IjadicK Work-Miss McLeay aiwl two otht.-rs. Fine .Vrts-Itev. .F. S. Chivers, .1. I�. Higinilxylhum, O. W. Robinson. Kutiiral Hi.sptory and Nature .Study -A. Mitchell. Cormposition and Writing:-Rev. A. M. Gordon, O. I), .\ustin. 'J''he seleolion oi' judge.s for thcraoes was left to 'tlw Sports Comimii'ttec. ^DfAN LEADS. hU Hftitcn WiA % Ganc frofi TikiltAi�ri. Frank Oliver Comiag. Hon. Senator. l>eVel�r, president of t'hf Canadian C'IuIj has received a wire from Hmi. Frank Oliver, Minister of the Iwtorior. saying that ho is now in the west and witi como to Lothhridgie to liilfil his promise to aifdivss the Canadian Cluti. A later wire will give tho exact dnto he can I e hiM'O. , I (Spwtal to �cr�ld.) Pitcher iCorriHon was the easiest kind of a propoMttoB for the leg'isla-tors tonight, EMmonton winning by a nMrgto of 11-1. I'he victory wa.s due mostly to timely hitting, though the {kUing was loose thbridge ...... 0 0 O 0 1 0 0 0- 1 Batteries-B(s.^tiioopK-> of that part that as the gas-horing is progressing .so slow l.v hoiv that the city pi|>o the gas fniiii Mr. Hunt's well. Increased Water Supply^ Ihe last meeting of t'hc City Council, \\m. .Sloan was appointed tt) Ix' ussi.stant on.g'inoer in -IDnginoor F. Rpid at the Waterworks pumping station as the demand for water iieit'ssi'tatotl a double shift of pumping. Tho puiiips aiX! now working 12 hours a day and lift.nearly 600,000 gallons a day. It is only two years s\noj the. punifis worked ,only every other day and puinjictl then only 200,000 gwllons, or 100,000 gallons a erta *hat it Was I'ouml necessary to feed the .sheep. The lamil) crop is e.xcepbionally gooti, tlh! flocks having fronv seventy to ninit>ty-two or three per cent. of laiiiibs. More Hollaadcrt Comiag. A. II. Hartevclt of Rotteixlam, Holland, is ninking an inspection of the liethbridge district in search for suitable land in which to invest. Mr. Iliartevell and those associated with him will purchastf tracts of lands with the view to 'bringing out Hol-lamlcrs 'to settle thereon. He be -lieves that this district is well suit-od to the diversified fanning such as Hollanders carry on so successfully at homie. Mr. Hartovolt is miuch itn-(iressod with the possibilities of this coiintr.v, for the small farnwr as well as for tho extensiv''j farnnur. Medicine Hat de00 Calflory .........52 19 33 .365 EseiteniMit la Tabtr The mtmicipal elections in Taber have boon hekl and the first town council includes:-Mayor, .Icrim Trus-wall; Councillors, .1. Barton, A. Beck A. Camptell, F. 11. r>avis, W. W. Douglas and P. Hammer. For many months there has ljo*n a groat deal of dispute and con�idar -able friction over the boundaries of the towTisiite. To bring the imatter to conclusion the new Council has inst'i'tutod police court proceedings against the townsite .trustees, W. P. Russell. Wm. Probcrt ami Bishop R. A. VanNorman. Wheat Hanreat Bcgtnt. Vcstoixlay W. S. Shei-d and W. R. Virtue niU'de pivpuration to sUirt cutting wheat today as did also F. Hicks of Coaldale and it is altogether prolnable they are cutting today. C. R. Itaniel is out to-day at his twelve liumlred acre field on the Silver farm, preparing to cut to -morrow. In a few days the harvest, will be general. Robl. Nimmoas Appoiatcd. RoJjt. N'inwnons 'has been appointed license commissioner for the Ix>lh-bridge Men'M Suit.* Enalish all-wool serge. S and DB styJc-in black iiid navy. Well cut and smartly tailori'd throngh-out, fine quality Italian lining. rrice$H>.00 AIcr'a 'rroiisers Drossy INittenis in fine English worsteds, wide and narrow-stripes Well cut, of meiliuin fulness, pockets, side and hip. $3.(>0 Men's Suits- S B style. Fancy worsteds in checks, plaids, and neat dressy stripes also plain greys, broad shoulders elToct, SB vest, trousers well cut and hang xierfectly. Price $18.00 Men's A"ests--S and D B 5 or 6 buttons. Newest patterns in iniix)rted vestings - large and small checks.stripes mixtures $1.40, !!!2.9 Tailored in dressy Scotch tweeds, in fancy stripes and ,inix�d effects. Coats, medium and conser^'ative lengths with semi-fitting back and crease