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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERE IS CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY! After the Lethbridg 44 44 44 At this season otthc year wo find many remnants and broken lines of goods which we purpose clear ing out at once we can only give you a few prices in this space. Here they are : 25 PIECES FANCY DRESS AND BLOUSE MUSLINS Regular 15c lines 10�c IS&c * 124c 20c  1.5c * 20c Regular 515 40 lines 25c 30c* tt 45c It will puy to look over the above. They are snaps. There are many lines such as ladies belts, gloves; neckwear, hand bags and allsorts of remnants that we offer now at special prices. It will certainly pay to come and see our stock. A FEW MEN'S SUMMER SUITS good pad ITS lilt moA BOYS .4 PIEOED SUIT8, worth H.00 yoiiiK now nt 5.05, worth fi.00 hihI 7.()0 going now at 4.25. worth 4.(5 and 6.00 going now at !l.2n GROCERY STOCK it large. fre.li and of highest quality. Fre�h fruits arriving by express daily. BITTER AND EGGS WANTED Headquarters for CROCKERY and G LASS WARE. Just opened h shipment of 8 crates, more to follow LETHBRIDGE Successor to the Co-Op., Lethbridge NEEPAWA CLANWILLIAM Irrigation and the College (Im�lph Agri -it was wlu- n ml not An Agri- T\w following resolution was 'thon ttuUrvitWsl to the iwrtiiitf for ronvthi-cmtion: "Thot this conwntion i�tn- phutirally pluivs i 1 soil" on r�vor�l in favor of tin* polir.v 4�f having th�* J'rovinrial Agrlculturu^ Colh'm' for Alhci-tu locate* I in n ilislrUt when* irrigation hy gravity may he practised." Prof. \V. II. VuirflVM, superinU*niMhhrhlgp, spokf strongly in fuvor 01' tho resolution- IW� said thn t t hi* Wmi uMllhvt**! with the university. i Mr. Wooli'son said that both nn arts university and an agricultural college ha it the Convention Itoport. -Mo spoke in favor of an agricultural college being located in an irrigaloU ticctrfnn where the prin-ciples of Irrigation couhl Ijc successfully' -demonstrated. Ifo also object -c*l to the principle of associating too closely the administration of agri -cultural cottages and universities devoted to general educational work. C. W. Peterson, president of the (\ P. Irrigation Colonization Co., and ex-deputy minister of agricul -tare in the old Nc-rth West Terri -tories emlorsod the stand taken by Prof. Fairfield as the correct one. "Any agricultural college," said he. "ought to i>e established where artificial, water can bo experimented w 1th." Mr. Wm, Pearco told of how thc Toronto rniversity had had an agricultural college hut it was ufterward erate or combine in tfco one institution a University 1 * and an Agricultural College has always failed. Kfforts at a unity of this kind have Uxm made in several of the states of tins Union to the South, always with disastrous results to the Agricultural Depart -meat, and this branch has been com-l>elled to take up its oamp and campus aiwl locate elBOwhere. "Voting men go from far homes to study the science of agriculture, and coute in contact with nam whose advantages have been greater, who may da taking courses in arts, medicine or law. On account of their early opportunities, these men are able tit impress the prospective student *f agriculture with the superiority of other professions ever agriculture The civusoipienee has always been Compulsory induMrial arbitration Ji.tSj received some rude knocks lately at its birthplace. The slaughtermen 1 an New /enhind which was beginn -ng tt) pride itself upon twing a laml without strikes struck for an increase-of wages and obtained il in utter de- \ fiantv of tin? State Atidtrution Court When my (nop takes hold on a yen r-ol*t im spin and nop like aeraz> top fvheiv. It is only muvswirv to iw , r. ... . . . . . . 1 Or nit like a u'inod smoke. that whew an attempt is made to *sion, but combine t^e CNdlege and the University, that a largv per rentage of those whone llrst intention it was to study agrlcultuiVp switch to other lines of study. We need our !>est young ni�*n on our farms." in another port of his article (he honorable senator says: "Again the voriuuH societies which aiv in existence at any scat of learning would, if the university ami collages are at templed together. In* ate a fnling of ships demanded better omlU-ions of la I�or. ap|HfiJe�l to the rbitration court and went on strike mil the nwtter was settled. Non-nion men hud lo U> euvployeers rcctuntiMMKled the admission ytf t^tese im�n tt� th strike. The milting strike throughout ull Aim* CHABLFS B. CLAHKt JB. In the Pacific Monthly. A good circus conies about as near ns anything we know to being the foundation of per[*etual youth. There are times in every man's life whon the clasp of a frlend'shand rnenny moi-e than all th*j words evar spoken. -tub Announce that 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. Plows, we have the best in the Eimiierson nml Deere. Haying Muchinery, in additiou to our different kinds of mowers and rakes, see our sample sweep rakes find stacker, absolute necessities, as hay can be handled in large quantities at little cost and labor. Call, you eanuot miss the place. The big pile of machinery, opposite the elevator, where you will meet with fair dealing and prices. OPPOSITE THK ELEVATOR ;