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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 51 ! 25 p. c. Off Mid Summer CLEARING As the season is well advanced for Summer Clothing we will offer our entire stock of Piccadilly Clothing At a discount of 251*011 $10.00 Tweed Suits for . I 7.50 12.00 Tweed Suits for .. 9.00 15.00 Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 11.86 17.00 Tweed and Serge Suits for............. 13.26 FARM STARTED. SAW THE COUNTRY Dr. Saunders, of Ottawa, has been I Party of WashlnJtM Newspaper Here All Week. Correspondents. PICCADILLY BRAND The 2 See Our Window Display Macs Only Excluiivt Mtn't OulfilKt, In Ltlhbtldt* 25 p. c. Off stives Wc handle the very best makes. Be tare and tee then before buying. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN Dr. Wm. Saunders, CM.a., dir.cl or u( tho Dominion Experimental (arm at Ottawa, hits boon in Hie city must of I ho week m-ranying for lliu location u( the Expi Tiniciual (arm for Southern Alberta. The farm wilt bo situated about a mile directly east of tho city I o m-dwry ou the Crow's,Neat lint.- of uu.-C. l'.U. The farm Is on both sides of tho truck. Sixty acres of tlu .  Mr. Fawns �f Stirling v us in town !Tuesday anil sa>s he would liesin Operation!, with a binder on Mr. Sit-1 ver's big field on Aug. 1. . i The LETHBRIDGE FAIR AUG. 16 and 17 i Big Display of Live Stock Poultry, Grains, Grasses, Domestic Products. $5,000 in Prizes Grand Programme of Sports 3 Thrilling Relay K�w�, Saddle mill Harness Kmes. Lacrosse. Football and liiis�-ball Tournaments, Indian Demonstration 2 BIG DAYS NOTICE. There will Is? more people than ever before at our Fair this year and we must see that our guests are provided with sleeping accommodations. Kindly let me know of any rooms a-vallable and Iwill see that strangers are taken care of. Prices for rooms will bo BOc. for each person and rn effort will )>e made to have two  c- THE LETHUIUDOE FAIR. landing Exhibition in Southern Alberta. The growth of the lethbridge fair has kept pare with the agricultural development of the Province, till now it I* the most representative exhibition of Southern Alberta. The prizo list has been carefully revised iiirl generous prices are offered in all clauses. Live stock men have ul ways been plea�ed with iheir tre.it- ,. . ^ went here. Increased stabling f..r eup.v each room listed with me. There ; ^ ^ proV|ded this year, will I* no charge to those having j -how ooins to rent i _ ______ _, ,,rnl^u~t f..r .,|| The party of Washington correspoil dents, who have been touring West-'ern Canada, spent all day yesterday 1 in the Lethbridge district and were I most favorably impressed with this I rich mid fertile section,of Southern i Albertu. I They left here before six o'clock in ' the morning on a special A. II. * L train and reached Cnrdston at o'clock, where I hey met with enthusiast le reception. A big crowd greet-led them and the bund poured music in their ears. Hlgs were in waiting and the correspondents were taken for a drlvo in the wheat fields. On their return they proceeded to Magrath, whore tho entire town was on hand to rcccivo them and a band I too. They were again taken for a j drive, which included a visit to the ! Irrigation Cgnal. Afterwards they \ were tondercd a recopt ton at the I meeting house, David II. 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 anil upplnusc. the Magrath people as hospitable and kindly as any they had ever met. �>n to llnymond by the special train the tourists proceeded and another royal reception was given. It It. MrDuffce, president of the Hoard of Trnde. made n speech druwlng attention to Raymond's greatness as a sugar beet centre. Conveyances were then taken and the parly we.v shown about the town, the sugar factory and lieet fields. They took the train again and a-bout 1.10 a stop was marie at the Silver farm, where tho correspon  dents look rigs and drove into Loth-)�rMo accompanied by Hon. Dr. Do-Vober. F. W. Dames. Frit* Sick and T. M. Kvans. On the ten mile drive they were shown the wheat fields and given every privilege to Judge of the fertility of the land near the city. During their stay here the party were entertained in a quiet way ,tl the Chinook Club. They left on the niKht train for the east. The party is made up of thirteen correspondents of loading American newspnners � in Washington. They are seeing the country under the direction of that prince of Rood fellows, Geo. II limn, of the CIVIL, assisted by It. Vnnderhoof. of the West em Canada Immigration Assnclut -ion. On their tour through the. south country yesterday thoy' were accompanied by P. I.. Xalsmilh. who was most thoughtful in his attention to the visitors and Malcolm Young and E. V llylnnds. representatives of the Hoard of Trade. d! i. C. .7. ECKSTORM. WASTED. Orgnnist and condurtor. or both combined for Knox Church Choir. \ppliennt* for either position will *tiiti� *alnry required, duties to >*-din Wednesdny evening. August 8th. n. it .TonssTov, _Se�stnn Clerk. SCHOLARS WHO PASSED. lethhridgc Exhibition Entries close Aug. Ill Kace Entries at 10 n. in. Aug. 1(> Special railway rates for passengers departmental and exhibits. Schools do Well. Remark*, jly The K. Sports information from A Hl'Ml'liaiEs, manager Sports. Prize lists and fair information from A. E. Keffer W. A. Hamilton President Sec-Tree*. 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 furniture, at 2 p. m. sharp, on Saturday, Aug. 4 Beside the furniture there will also lie sold u Pony Alare and Colt, Cow and Calf, Light Waggon. 120-Egg Cypress Incubator and Brooder complete, a number of Chickens Etc., Etc. RANCH TO LEASE. i I Sundial Williams ranch on the' Little Bow for aale or to lease. Par-1 titulars at Bank ot Commerce. WANTED. A caretaker for Westminster school at a salary of $40.00 a month. Applications to be handed in to t'w undersigned by letter, up to noon o( the llth of August, 1006. C. 0 BOWMAN. * Secrotftry-Troasiiw official returns from tho recent examinations show ihut the following candidates from the lA-thbridge public schools wj'e successful: Standard V.-Ella Cook. Valeria Crofts. Ethel Fleetwood. Iluth Frei-mnn. Nellie Harris. Hurold Hlgin -hot hum, Wlllio S. Hyssop, Fred Johnston, Vira Dowsett, .lumes Ken-ii.v, Sadie l�wther, Fred Macbeth, Philip Miebach. Willie Itutey, Fred , Hose. Holiin Sherlock. Standard VI.-Jessie J. Conn. Willie p. Hyssop. Clius. Hyssop, Wioul-. freil Hyssop, Minnie Mudduugh, l!le-�ment i: Niiiuiions, Dora Niuunous, (iludilie Virtue. Standard VII- Simon Freestone, .liaison Virtue. In Sianilard V, 17 wrote and 10 paKKi'd. In Standard VI., 10 wrote and 8 passed. In Standard VII., 3 wrote and 2 passed. I In all HO wrote and 20 passed or approximately 87 per cent. In the province at largo less than 62 per cent of the candidates passed. 1 All of tho Convent school pupils who presented themselves for examination were successful. They were as follows: Standard V.-Katie Divine, Frank | Kenny, Corinno Hoy, Ijiuru Hoy. I Gladys Downer. is always u l to private rooms and lunches will lie served 11 EKE NEXT WEEK. Touring Members of the Legislature of Alberta. grounds. Every effort la being '.ind touns on to make tho fair a pleasant i.nri j puRH, profitable holiday. | Cheap railway rates both for passenger* and exhibits will bo given. Full sports information may lie hu I from A. E. Humphries, Manager n Sports and Prize lists and fair information from W. A. Hamilton, Sec.-T reus. The members of the legislative Assembly and membors and Senators ol There is [the Dominion Parliament and rep-re>entativi*s of the Bulletin and Journal of I'.dmonton and Herald and A Iberian. Calgary, and the Lelh bridge Herald are due in Lethbridge Friduy forenoon the 10th Inst. Thursday the 0th inst. tho touring members will visit the towns on the A. It. I. lino and tho irrigation works returning to Lethbridge on Thursday night and leaving for .Medicine Hat Friday at noon. Prior to coming to I^ethhrldge the party will visit Calgary. Banff, the A LOftL BUDGET. J. F. Rogers has returned from Winnipeg. Mrs. II'. T. Cherry rottirnod from Winnipeg last night. The census returns place Winnipeg's population nt 00,310. - J. W. Smith, a lending Roglna citizen is In the city today. Wanted.-General servant. Apply to Mrs. D. .1. Whitney, box H77. 1. T. Hoot, of Black Spring Vat-ley Is spending the week in town. Mr. Loverlng, a student nt Victoria University, Toronto, pivavhed -.it Wesley church Sunday morning lust. John Watchman a rancher north of the city was here Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. (!. D. Peterson of Hlae.k Spring Valley was In town after sup plies for her store. ('apt. Welch of extra gang fume was shaking hands with his many friends here on Tuesday. The directors and sports committee of the Agricultural society meet to morrow night at tho fire hall. The School Hoard met on Monday night ami decided to engage a new caretaker for tho Westminster school. P. M. Clark left Monday morning for Nanton, where he has accepted a position with the Enterprise Lumber Co. Mr. McQueen, vbo has been In the City for a couple of months returned to his home in Owen Sound this week. Dr. M. Callivan left last night fori Winnipeg, where ho will remain for some months inspecting cuttle. for export. Mrs. MacMicklng and children left for Red Deer this morning. Mr. Muc-i Micking accompanied them ns fur as Calgary. A. Southard, wife and daughter returned from a delightful visit to. Winnipeg and Brandon on Wcdm-sduy morulng. C. F. P. Conybeure returned from Winnipeg Tuesday morning. He Inspected the Medicine Hat Woollen Mills property whilo away and will make a report to the Council en Monday night. Tho lire brigade was summoned to a blaze in a stuck of hay at Wulter Whitney's last Saturday. The lire, it is said, was started by boys smoking cigarettes. Peter Haxtrum of Stately, is in town on business. He is going to Spokane and Seattle in connection with land business. The C. 1*. It. is offering cheap rates to Victoria. and Vancouver 11. C. good going August 1.1 to IS for single fare plus $2.oO. Tho contractor for tho round houte is in the city und will continence work immediately. Moeals from decisions and l/a'.n-at the Lethbridge fair and II. A. I bridge virtually had no opportunity Craig of Calgary will likely judge j to learn tho basis of the protest and cattle, sheep and swine.. {filu a defence. No sensible league JUDGES AT THE PAIR. Some Helpful Special Exhibits Will Bo on Hand. Tho Chief Insjiector of Weeds will be present with a tent containing an exhibit of noxious weeds. 'Inhere will bo a tent with an exhibit of poultry appliances. Miss Charlton will in all likelihood give a demonstration in cooking at tho fair. To (Jive DAIRY TO BE HERE. Demonstrations During ihe Fair. Wanted- Furnished room$ Apply to L- P�b�t, Lotbbrrdge Hotel. The travelling dairy attached toth'e Department of Agriculture for the Province will bo In lethbridge during the fair und will give practical Illustrations in connection with dairying. These two remorties. eVngly. cr used together, have an Irresistible, positive helpful power. Try iJvnn n i nionlh and nee. Sold by J. D. Elite -nnboUmm & Co. Satrttai News. The base ball team have accepted the Invitation of the Tnber team to play there on Monday, Aug. nth, the { line-up will probably be as follows llouk, c; Anderson p.: Harbor. 1 h.; Bailey 3b.; Moore 8b.; Simons s.s.; Oulbertson, |. (.; W. Moore, c. f.; Kenny, r.f. Calgary Herald: The Frank lacrosse club have settled with tho'.r creditors, paid 70 cents on the dollar and have retired from business, owing to the importing of several players who It is stated sold tho game to the lethbridge club who heat them today, whorehy tho Frank citizens lost some $4,000. No more lacrosse for Frank this season. works along in such a r'.dlcul.ius manner as that. President I^ing ordered tho tennis to piny over again on neutral groii'>n Crunbrook wanted Ferule' or Frank chosen, but Lethbridge objected us the grounds in neither place are 'emulation size. lethbridge suggest lie satifart ion for you. Prices from $5 to J25 Wm. C. Uphardt Succcitot to A. Jeweler ZilliM Optician ada where Irrigation has bo n work-Sunduy: Morning, "The j rt| ollt to tt prritirul succoss. yet of Christian Disciple -  tnt. average man will tell you what I TRY AN I | Electric Massage | Or Shampoo i AT THE A Hotel Lethbridge Barber | Shop | Most rp-to-date in town Th� Outlook : r CROPS LOOK GOOD. ship." Evening tho 20th Century." Calgary hits information that the O.T.P. proposes to construct a line from Coutts through lethbridge to Calgary. This is not new us the Cl.T.P. udvertlsed this fuel in Ihe Herald last winter. Mayor Rogers was in town on Saturday und left an advertisementwith The Pioneer for his lumber yard. Its the progressive spirit of Mayor Rogers that makes him ono of tho fore-[ most of - civic ofllcers in tho Western | country.-Magrath Pioneer. j has imido lethbridge what she is, are her large coal mines. Tho town is making u big hid for manufacturing concerns ami should from all indications lie able to realize her ex-portntlons in' this regard. With cheap fuel and a council'prepared to do all in-its power towards, aiding local industries there is no ronson in tho world why tho town of 6,000 inhabitants should not in the near future lie one of our most prosperous cities. Here, as all along tho line, the keynote of Western honrtinossand hospitality was struck in no uncer- (Huyniond Chronicle). Crop reports from Stirling aro very encouraging, tho Fall wheat crop though limited is looking particularly well, early Spring wheat is so good that even experts cannot distinguish it from Fall wheat. -Oats, bailey, und tame hay are all Iwuvy, lieois too are coining nicely, in fact crops are altogether most satisfactory und means that Thanksgiving Day will lie loyally observed. 1 tgin manner. Tho rocoptlon in the Rev. Andrew Robb, pastor of tho \ evening nt tho Chinook club houso Methodist Churoh nt Elora, Out., is ' was nn altogether delightful n(Tuir. visiting his sister Mrs. John Brodie. ( ^__H___ Mr. Robb was with tho Cuthhert House party who have Us-n visiting California and points south. A special train conveyed tho party, und the journey was made on scheduled time, ample opportunity being given nt points of interest to see the night�. This is Mr. Itobb's first visit to Western Canada, tie expresses himsjit te being very favorably impressa I- Dr. Shoop's Restorative (tablet or Ikpiid form) is a constitutional, nerve tissue tonic. It brings renew od Btrontft'h, luHiiiufT ambition an I vigior to weak, lifolese women. Sold by J. D. IlirglrrlJOtbam & Co. T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real EttaU, Insurance and Commission Agcnl Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash ami on time. Full particulars ou application. Read the Herald ads. Draylng and Team Work All kinds of Dray ing and Team Work, given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay an d Oats for ale A. BRUCHET ;