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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Mid Summer CLEARING As the season is well advanced fur Summer Clothing we will offer our entire stock of Piccadilly Oolhing At a discount of 25io0rr $10.00 Tweed Suits for . .$ 7.30 12.00 Tweed Suits for .. 9.00 15.00 Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 11.25 17.00 Tweed and Seige Suite for............. 13.25 PICCADILLY BRAND See Ovr Window Dieplay 25 p. C. Off The 2 Macs Only Exduiivt Mcn'f OuttNctt in LcthbtidB* Stoves We haikdle the very bett makes. Be sure aad ace them before buying. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN rmmm. Dr. Sunders, of Ottawa, has been Here All Week. Dr. Wm. Saiuiiiers, C.M.a., tliivui-or of th� Uuuiiniuii K!(pei'iiiioii,.ii lariu �t Ottawa, has bi'on in ihc city lutwt of the week airansji"3 iuut erty iit irrigateU l*nd, anU 2CU acros uairrigated. An effort may be inutlc to aecure sonic moro irrigated land The irrigated portion is to the i.v-treme eaat of the farm. Aa has beea announced W. H. Fairfield will be in charge of the new farm. A lubstantial residence, coiling probably $5,000 will bo orcctsd right away for his occupancy. A residence for the employees and sca!>-lea for the horses and crops will be built later. The entire farm will be fenced, the portions bordering on the roads with woven wire, and the remainder with barb wire. Kxperiments on dry land will l>n mostly with grain, forage crops and fruit. Hay and fruit will {igaro mostly on the irrigated portion. Its not expected the farm will be In shape for demonstrations for over a year. There will Ix; no experiuicnls with live stock. The first furrov on the now farm was turned on Tuesday by Mes.sis. Christen.sen and Williani.s of Stirling in the presence of Dr. Saiindors .ot with enthu.s-ia.Ktlc reception. A big crovd greeted theiu and the band poured music in their ears. Kigs were in waiting and the correspondents were taken for a drive in the wheat fields. On their return they proceeded to Magrath, where the entire town was on hand to receive them and a band too. They were again taken for a drive, which included a visit to the irrigation Cgnal. Afterwards they were tendered a reception at the meeting house, David 11. Elton pouring forth his usual eloquence in relating the great features of Magrath. A splendid musical program was contributed and ice cream and other refreshments served, the correspondents voting by speech and applau.sc, the Magrath people as hospitable and kindly as any they had I ever mot. ()n to Raymond by the special train the tourists proceeded and another royal reception was given. i{ H. McDuffee, president of the Board I of Trade, ni.tdo a speech drawing at tention to Raymond's greatness as a sugar beet centre. Conveyances were then taken and the party were shown about the town, the sugar A LOCAL NIDGEf. from froin Monday to locate the farm for ^or-r^^^ ^^^^^ them Alberta. CL'TTixo wheat; Operations Cotumenced this Week This District. Dr. Rivers of Raymond commenced cutting his field of wheat near the city on Mondaj'. Mr. Fawns of iStirling vas in town Tuesday and sa.\s he would begin operations with a binder on Mr. Silver's big field on Aug. 1. LETHBBIDGE FAIR M16 and 17 Big Display of Live Stock Poultry, Grains, Grasses, Domestic Products. $5,0( m Prizes NOTICE. There will be moro people than ever before at our Fair this year and we must see that our guests are provided with sleeping accommodatiooa. Kindly let me know of any roonu a-vailable and Iwill see that strangers are taken care of. Prices for rooms will be 50c. for each person and rn effort will l>e made to have two  c-cupy each room listed with me. There will be no charge to those 'having vooms to rent. C. J. ECKSTORM. THE I^ETHBRIDGE FAIR. The Leading Exhibition in Southern Alberta. WANTED. Grand Programme of Sports 3 Thrilling Relay Races. Satltlle and Harness Races. Lacrosse Football and Baseball Tournaments, Indian Demonstration 2 BIG DAYS Exhibition Entries close Aug. 13 Race Entries at 10 a. m. Aug. 16 Special railway rates for passengers Aoid exhibits. Sports information from A. E. Humphries, manager Sports. Prize lists and fair information from A. E. Keffer W. A. Hamilton President Sec.-Treas. Auction Sale OF FURNITURE A. W. Hings has received instructions from Mr. E. Simon to sell by auction at the premises, Baroness Road, a quantity of surplus fum-iture, at 2 p. m. sharp, on Saturday, Aug. 4 Beside the furniture there will alae l>e sold a Pony Mare and Colt, Cow and Calf, Light Waggon, 120-^({Cypress Incubator and Brooder complete, a number of Chickens Etc., Etc. RANCH TO LEASE. tlw Suadial WilUama ranch on ..... ZiWU Bow for aale or to leaac. Par tiGUlars at Bank of Commerce. WANTED. A earataker for Westminster school t:� salary of $40.00 a month. Ap-pllsatloBS to ba handed in to tUo u||�rsigMd by letter, up' to noon of Organist and conductor, or both combined for Knox Church Choir. Applicants for either position will state salary required, duties to be-?in Wednesday evening. August 8th. O. H. .TOnVSTOV, Session Clerk. SCHOLARS WHO PASSED. Lcthbridge Schools do Remarkably Well. The official returns from the recent departmental examinations show that the following candidates from the Lethbridge public schools wjas-sengera and exhibits will be given. Full sports information may be hnl from A. E. Humphries, Manager of Sports and Prize listJs and fair information from W. A. Hamilton, Sec.-Treas. They took the train again and a-bout '1.30 a stop was made at the Silver farm, where the correspon -dents took rigs and'drove into Leth-pT'tAe accompanied by Hon. Dr. Do-Veber. F. W. Barnes. Fritz Sick and T. M. Evans. On the ten mile drive they were shown the wheat fields and given every privilege to jtidge of the fertility of the land near the city. During their stay here the party were entertained in a quiet way at the Chinook Club. They left on the night train for the east. The party is made up of thirteen correspondents of leading .American newspapers in Washington. They are .seeing the country under the direction of that prince of good fellows, Geo. H. Hahi, of the C.P.R., assisted by H. Vanderhoof, of the West em Canada Immigration .\ssociat -ion- On their tour througfi the. south country yesterday they* were accompanied by P. L. Naismith, who was most thoughtful in hia atteation to the visitors and Malcolm Yovng and E. U. Rylands. representatives 6f the Board of Trade. --To-- HERE NEXT WEEK. Touring Members of the Legislatiire of Alberta. The members of the Legislative Assembly and members and Senators oi the Dominion Parliament and representatives of the Bulletin and Journal of Edmonton and Herald and Albertan. Calgary, and the Leth bridge Herald are due in Lethbridge Friday forenoon the 10th inst. Thursday the 0th inst. the touring members will visit the towns on the A. R. I. line and the irrigation works returning to l�thbridge on Thursday night and leaving for Medicine Hat Friday at noon. Prior to coming to liCtbbridge the tl"?! party will visit Calgary. BaniT, the towns on the C. * K. and in the Pass. LETHnUIDaC LOST. Cranbrook Succeeds in Having Match Annulle lacroaac for Frank this seaaon. Cranbrook's protest against Lethbridge was heard at Frank yesterday. 11. J. Skeith being present as Lcthbridgc's representative. The protest was upheld and thk� game played hero annulled. The Association has no sensible provision in regard to protests aa.l appeals from decisions and Lenn-bridge virtually had no opportunity to learn the basis of the protest anil file a defence. No sensible league works along in such a ridiculous manner as that. I'rcsident I^ng ordered tho teams to play over again on neutral grbunh t^ranbrook wanted Fornie' or Frank chosen, but Lethbridge objected as tho grounds in neither place are *x%-ulatlon size. I>>thbridge suggest.>d. Pincher Creek but Cranbrook frowned on that. At present it looks as though ti.c Icagtio season would end in a inud-. die. CROPS LOOK GOOD. (Raymond Chronicle). Crop reports from Stirling are very encouraging, the Fall wheat crop though limited ia looking particularly well, early Spring wheat ia au good that oven experts cannot distinguish it from Fall wheat. Oata. Iiarley, and tame hay are all heavy, beets ton are coming nicely, in fact rropa are'altogether moat aatiafac  tory and means that Thanksgiving Day will \yo loyally observed. J. F. Rogers has returned Winnipeg. Mra. tt. T. Cherry returned wihnipeg last night. The census returns place Winnipog'.s population-nt''s Restorative (tMl>let or licfiiid form) is a cotistltutionat, nerve tissue tonic. It brings renew-ml ntrenf;t�tham *� Co, oToio .myoioio: oioioioioios^^ TRY AN Electric Massage Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel Lcthbridge Barber Shop Most Up-to-date in town 9& M. PHIE8T PBOPRIETOB 4 ioioioio:o:oTo:oio:o:oT^^^ T. E. Patteson OtT BLOCK Kesl Estst*. Inaursncc and CoiBoiittioa A(�nt Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Rosidiintial Lots, Modern Dwel-lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Landa, etc., for sale for cash and on tiina. Full particulars on application. DniyiBS and turn Work Head the Herald ads. All kinda of Draying and Team Work, Kiven prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay an d Oats for ale A. BKUCHET ;