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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta OtS (MO1QE Dcipai Stephens in the City Tells of the New School at Claresholm as oJ visitors to the Irrljauoa ventloa Is J. Stephens, the 1 ol the near school In agriculture established on the Demonstra- Farm at Chuesholiu. Mr. Stc- ns, In conversation with the ller- eirressed himself aa confident ot success-and rafid he school. Tbe building belnj er, quite LXtcatnodlousr and al- ly ,some thirty prospective stuS- aro in communication with the icipal Tvlih a to entering tor first term. As the opens oa rember Mr. Stephens.would jike Interested to communicate with i at buce. Toe course will cover terms, of-.sis months each year thS school and if .the. pupil takes diploma ha will then, he ready, if so' wishes, to go to .the college to established and graiuite in egricul- e, taking he has such' ami'illon, the two-year course Claresiioiin Kill, sjve" any farm lad >retty conception of 'ntific.and intelligent firming. rhere.: will' A _course In asetoa'Klence for'-girls "at the LJetiblm school. :Thls year, II .will y.-Include: N', i. I rw "a >Ix months', and dip- laaJwUl' on. successful com; Up.n orthe'ro'irsp "Ai! ili an'dic'f.- an (i'r.1. V1 i v.'-v No Tuition Fees Tone' feature about this 7 3" AND' PASTOR W. J. STEPHENS English Literature, essay witii'g, practice in public speaking.' Icf, 'agricultural chemistry ogy, and botany. In addition, the' school is on the de'tnohstratton farm, where a fall plaat will be available for practical Short Term Schools So.much for the regular but the school has a wider scope.'. It is j0 (jUSy farmer who to schpol-for sis months. H ia to conduct a series of two- weeks short taking in mmw AT Tit THEY ARE OUT SOOtTINO FOR THEIR DirrmcT WHICH WORTHY-OF THE'' The KamioQps representatives to I be are registered at the Alexandra. They are. Messrs. Cham- berlain, ot the Board of C. E. "and J. L. Brown ol the Agricultural association, the holding the office ol president, Mr. Laurtneo being president Far- mers' Inslitule. As both are. prac-. ttfal successfully practising inflation and dry-farming methods, they arc keen in furthering ob- tho present cx'Uuitiour Tbey [say that Karaloops" Is developing a 'large agricultural area at' Hosehill great valley.ot'.lhe.iwrth; ThompiKa ;river, some 300'niiles in lac jconntrting rouli (between.Vancouver and Kdmouton; ITtis valley contains ot -the finesOa'rm fruit and ranch lands' in JH. a .the map jsboiys almost innumerable creeks sup- ir- i an jpunipcd from the'main-rim'it ncces- sary, .The Kamloops. delegates .are enttusiastic ot recosnmn'g lAlbcrla ariil rn'-i-'-.i.'s j, jideriticarand I i'r :r- "The Cup That Cheers, But Not Inebriates be the brewed of noat- other than lH'Kr from fho far the best.-' GRIEVANCE OF MINER? pnbllcaUoBB. which will of much tite-lo those, interested IA Old Coiinlry trade. In addiUon to this, the Dlreetorj supplies a compreheniSreI. glviog the population, the chief India- trlw, the Tillwiy, the.teleznfpK and. tWlUtln ind oti'er Intereit- BEEN ADJUSTED POLICE CHASE VAGRANTS IINER; HASliaE features eity FEHNIE I town and vlllagVin' cinida. contalna It IB splendidly boaitd'snd'is certathly ta the pafellinm "and ,-A. McKIm.-Utnlted.'m B well the. standard book. of'. V Ther. arB the ''Aug.; ,5.'4-OTiat' Canada should Canadian Aug. Michel mmcs operated by- tb RUNAWAY M_igHAP_lN MANITOBA DEATH OF ;SISTER irH'1 n-.'.l-oiit At a tna: ri STII I INCA i i, j 7a.ii! LI> i iie (i. if I'.'- P work -in rlooVins af lliat: Visit ,A tlP-r.I it... iksfer :vjcfe i H'S i.. t, r> M i. u..: i 0, u. NTWiDAPFR c-.iv MITCHF! L U I York. A-.i. .NBW YORK P. rwiitn b; i IT. Kli I.: O k.MAN t: I" ii' Ix If I I j n :n Vtra 'y. i'r" H'.trLr'.' va% ala-wl'rtl1 activity in the Disposal of ;our Too 'j is advisable; The of this GreatSjiiji Much Uttle Ready Add to the Cotton Dress Goods Pile Sennets or Split Straws. Ordinary >rice Sennets or Split Ordinarj' price ?2.50.' r VH "Wb IfTV- KlMQSl' Im ifl faiUwaUs cdor( of the hiin- 'nitable for: dressei, Airii, >r c hi Wren's' Aiid biit'f.ractibni of the Men's Cotton Shirts; biiiefoVbtecik, "soft foliar, material heavy-i 'jloth of fast color. Ordinary price ,75c-' ;l ind Men's Suspenders Thie Tcnlleirs Overallt; Good strong durable Brace', dent styles, suitable for the working man or office.clerk." .The great "Imperial Limited" over- all made of heavy btue 'denim with white stripe.1' Ordjnary price. m Manv SO per cent Men's Separate Pants Tweed or Pants, cut in good styles, worth Neckwear and Belts Newest novelties dJtett. from' fash- ion centres! Auto Scarfs Chiffon variety of dainty jrlrt f; The Greatot of SWIM HI the City Cleariiig iw Rdnctioa a Conscience ;