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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta liMiiiMMMiiiili YOU liiil HERE IS A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY! Before the Lethbridge Fair During After ii ii ii ii ii ii Visit the Old At this season o�tbe year w^6nd many remnant, and J>roken line, of good, which we purpce clearing out at once we can only give you a few prices in thi. .pace. Here they are : -25 PIECES FANCY DRESS AND BLOUSE MUSLINS Regular 15c lines lO^c  l3.Jo " 12^c 20c 15c - 25c 20c Regular 35 line. 25c 40 * HOc i' 45 " S3c "GO " 45c It will pay to look over the above. They are snap.. There are many line, snch as ladie. belt., flove.! neckwear hand bags and alisorts of remnants that we offer now at special price.. It will certainly pay to come and see our stock. A FEW MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Nice light color., good patem. 2 pieced saitN, regular 12.50 for 9.50. reg. 10.00 for 7..50 MEN'S 3 PIECED TWEED SUITS all gooil value, at regular prices, but lines broken ai out they go a. follow. 11.75 for 8.95, 12.50 for 7.95. �,00, 5.50 and 7.50 for 4.95 BOYS H PIECED SUITS, worth 8.00 going now at 5.96, worth fi.OO and 7.00 going now at 4.25. worth 4.75 and^.00 Koing now at H.25 aROCERY STOCK large, freah and of highest quality. Fre.h fruit, arriving by expreas daily. BUTTER AND EGGS WAN^EII^ Headquarter, for CROCKERY And GLASSWARE. Jw.t opened a shipment of 8 orates, more to. " LETHBRIDGE Successor to the Co-Op., Lethbridge NEEPAWA Ltd. CLANWILLIAM \ _..... Ill - T -....................'�"�'............^H^-m*^*^�m^ Irrigationand the College The fallowing iiesolution wns 'then nu'liiniit'lotl to 'the iiioKing for coftsid-cratioii: "'I'lint this convcnlion em-lihatically plaws itself on record in favor oS the i>(j1Ic.v of haviing Iht' Pi-oviiicial Ag'rioriii>aiital Farm at l.�thbridge, hero led off a discussion on Hesolulion 9 cf the Convention ]{epoi-t. 'Ho spoko in favor of an ugrlcul'tural coHoge being located in an irrisjatod socWon whoie the prin ciptes of Irrigation could \� successfully 'denionstrotwl. He also object -cd to the principle of associating too closely the administration of agri -cultural colleges and universities de-vfrtiod to geneml 'Mlucational work. C. W. Peterson, prcsitlent oi the C, P. Jrrigoition Colonization Co., an'd ex-xtapiit.v nfinislcr of agricul -ture in the old Ncrth Woat Territories cndorsod t'hc siannper that those who spring front fai-m 'homes, see 'the need of deeper knowledge of the oncient science of agriculture, and the great posisi'Wlities it presents, are able to to ectuip Ihc'inselves like men." Tftlbot't OpiAioA Regarding the Location of tlw ricultural College. Ag- Ilon. Peter Tall>ot, Senator, a wall known authority on agricultuml matters in AMjorta in an article to the l'"�rm ttnerate or combine in tlio one inat'iitutioh a Univiersrity and an Agricultural College has alwfl.vs failed. Efforts at a unity of this kind have been made in several of the states of the Union to the South, always with disastrous lesults to the Agricultural Depart -nicni, and this branch has been oom-pcUcoy comilyine t^ College and the University, that a large per centage of those whfjse first intention it was to study agriculture, switch 'to other lines of study. We necogulation |ioquiring employers to engagk; union The ne.vt mo\e was the cancello -men when possible in proferonce to lnfm-\mionistjK. The eflyotivencws of this stop was heavily discounted by the difllcuVty 'in Tinding any, uncm -plojTod who were equal to the task'; and tts tlie'luini>ers who lvad to fdl those positions. But Act. The men made new demanhs on give the boy from tins farm homes ^tho emplo.wrs, refusing to finish cftal of this country, who goes to study jng vessels aliwady in the port and agriculture, the congenial siirround - jcoal hun|icrs though soinotimes out ings cf a separate institution. I-iet on strike ond sometimes disposed ^to various societies comWtKKl with ,work arc nevertheless tlisposod to en- When the devil nt rest undcrneoth my vest ., Oofs up nner bus fractious 'grow- ^' If he'll hump his neck .iust a ti^illin' st)eck, ^^hen it's riolhirs to dimes I'm throwtvl. For a nvan is a mun, but �he's partly a Ixsast- He kin 'brag till he makes you doaf But the one, lono brute, from tho West to the East, Thnt ho kaint qiiite brctuBl youth. There are times in every mnn's Ufa when the clasp of a friend'iihand mmBs more than all tiM Wordi evar spoken. -THE- Announce that it is important that you should place your orders for any machinery that you may require, though we have the largest stock that has ever been carried in Southern Alberta. Orders are coming in rapidly and we anticipate a shortage in some lines. Call and see our buggies, Spring Democrats, Carts, Buckboards and Heavy Farm Wagons, which we are selling at close prices for first class goods. Leave your order for binder twine. You should have a Cream Separator ; get a Sharpies, it will pay you and save labor. Plow., we have the best in the Einmerson and L)eere< Haying Machinery, in tdditiou to our different kinds of mowers and ralies, see our sample sweep rake, and stacker, absohit.e necessities, as hay can be handled in large qnautities at little coat and labor. Call, yon cannot miss the place. The big pile of macli-inery, opposite the elevator, where you will meet with fair dealing and pricies. Letnbridge implement OPPOSITE THE ELEVATOR __._______^______^^^^ ...........�aM..MM|^ ;