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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August 2, 1913 THE MIEKALD 11 Has an Orchard Which is Bear- ing Heavily This Year EDITED tY "IfW PHONE! Offict 1224 1111 At7.3OT6ni Oraisy Lake, apple or- la Southern -la a beyond the tld C. Perry; of "Grais'y LaVe.'Is niouijrittni that" Alberta' South ,graw than barley, and live >toci. OM start and, It belnc largely as oennwd hli Initial It" "iulte to -the rliltor' 'at Grsisy Lake, to given'a it llr. treili' .Can .this .be South- ern' Alberta or li'It "the Okariagan, 'Arrow Vemon, Nelion or Kara- th'e three year old trees, lUn of them, "tiniJ beiTily. laden with 'applea and rliht at Grassy Lake, Al bertj, tiny-two milts from .Mr. .Ferry; from Green river of Utah and he uythtDg that. could be.griwii In Utah can lie grown In Southern AHetta. Mr. Pern.- has thi land broken ready, to; plint cooking apple. He has no doubt Of success. It Hie crab tree will blossom and bear, so wjll tha_ apple. Ha In- to. develoD.an, -orchard .o.n -a oiEinercIal and judging by the tart inada be "will be euccessful. Mr, Perrr'has also all kinds ol currant- raspberry; acd' bushes, which gave him id abundant crop. He has plant and 'l Be gfseroiis, nor stoj) to weiga Vour (avors, but believe The ones, viho gbe the most tfiey t do (ho most receive. teniliuto winds both- his (arm pay. winds both- ered 'him aid Jorm'of roivs'qf trees Is, to remedy thai evil. _ 'The best things- are in your nostrils, lijht in your ejes, flov-ers at your reel, duties at your baiid, qt God 'just brfore you. Tben (to not" grasp at-the st-irs, but' do life's plain, common- work as it comes, 'certain that dallf" Unties and daily bread are the swwtest in schools prior to bis rea-.oval to Sal- t t au'd'Mrs. J. B. Gibson are oc- cuoyiog the'Colpnwn home on 4th for the summer months. Mr. rnanagei oi the contract- ing dejartmentlot the C.P.R., and is t intelesteJ "in the con- traction oi the Lclhbridjc-ffeyburn (Mrs. Moth, formerly of this iir. but he fi joins about It EO as tiTmake It more productive than the .man who discs up two' or threo' sections abd trusts to luck'.--. ,-L school 'hours. On 1evEn- iug'i August 15th, a'raie'tieat lias provided .iii the loim bum-, oa 'Mafic'.Twain, Jo M.MYaggett.'B. is lecturer..is sppie'n; the tnsHunhlcst got bebind the no iloubt iiraw house in Pincb- OND :e'CK Hiss Macson, of Mcdlcino Hat.vU visiting Miss Judson and Mlsi'Ajpir it 105 for a weefc. Miss Welter .is visiting wi'th.'ir'itnds at Bow Island. Mrs. C. It. White, ol Jledrdne Hat, IE a Louse guest with Ak Smith: -t 1-1' I Mrs. Asqiiith end. children, and sister, Miss" Price, are holidaying at IJanElV _ lirs. W. P. has'as her Moose ini'Rcjina. She will rfslt at JJanE aid Laggan oa the way kS-'Revelstoke. and Mrs. Itankin Calgarr, an taorning. "Bob1-1 I'farson, ol the. an ad- dress on tiie relation ol sport to the or- some, such.'subject..- Mr. Pearson is'bolli a good .sport, and a typhoid fever at the Gait hosptal, though stiir mitts'" ill, is'Mw.prK M'rV." H. has relumed froi a'.'xitU In'Fe'niSe.and 'Banffc-'MlE IJeHiee' Bone to Castoi where the her Bister, Mrs tome time In Septen secoa b'-S.aE. .bafl. nhen, despite th number and to give tb time until tie mi sten the allair wa These Real Economies Offered for Your Acceptance A Whirlwind 'Bargain .in Ladies'Whitewear Ladles' White English Cambric Drawers, with tbrea hemstitched around rtaee. Corset Covers, reade In good style, frfuimed with- rVaKor Torchon Lace and t Aprons in. a, wide variety of dainty styles. 'Values lOc to 50c. Shbes Women's Vlcl Blucher Patent toe i-ap, Cubing heel. Sizes 2V4 to Regular C naurk brklwl ir a-.tMtuM Iv.w-uplr irif.i VjshRi are wurid. 11 i i .T.i lending'chlHren from 11 ready if or' mattculallon, nd should help Onuir-Lale per n tarted putting (odjiy oijfleld. been for'greeB'fetu at lnBi, I It. cut In the regular i The rowd mU.Mr Jpoiled King Still on: Fanners who Twelve f row. cW OH ihejr'fanM.'woali te Khtg It .lohi wirf'lafrecfM. fl- If ri T4-: t-> -cl r ivf I aj fcv'or" lie 0'- Irac (ortbrait Jios, dTid ,OiignT-: all y-fo- Lunch Counter ith .Qiifjbk "io cbol b (his hot weatjier-r-'- J P nnrilK, livv aa4 eotii Mr. MM fce ta' rich! ifttr Itf ;