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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IX THE LCTNBRIOQC DAILY HERALD. TUCSOAV. AUQUtT 10. IM. i IPw""^^^"^"" """""" IP-IP I ! � � � � � � � � I � We have already received large shipments of blankets, oom* forters, sheetings, towelings, flaneilettes, carpets, etc., etc. New patterns in Madras Curtains. The latest dssign in colorings in Oress Goods, all in- costume lengths and no two alike. Pall Styles in 2(tth Century Clothing received today. Cluett Shirts and Collars, all sizes 14 to 18. Forsheim Shoes, newest lasts. Pern's Irish Poplin Ties, new striped effect. Direct from Dublin today. Every day Large Shipments of New Fall Goods are arriving and are being placed in stock. Our readiness with the best value in merchandise will be demonstrate ed this fall as usual and our goods arc arriving early and we invite inspection. We carry the largest and best assorted stock in Southern Alberta, and sell goods at reasonable prices. Special attention to mail orders. Our Grocery Stock Is oofflplote in all lines and our prICM are the lowest possible, consistent with, the quality of the we sell. A special for hot weather-Whole chicken in jelly. Canned, in France and Imported direct. $2.00 per tin. For the Farmer-We have barb wire and x'oven wire fencing at bed rock prices-Grain sacks-a llmHed quantity of Binder Twine at 10 cents-Sulphur for dipping-Cylinder oil, harvester oil and auto oil in gallon cans. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, Ltd. Wholesale and Retail LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Raise Fruit In This District Kaameri Farmers Around Are Of a Progreeeive Type year. Mr. Culoskj htis over a hundred acres broken. Wiyiaiu Wiest has about a hundred acre.s broken. Geo. Buhlinger has over a hundred acres in crop. The crops tiirougbotft .the whole district are gopti. Some of course are better thtm others for school Ijecouse they are hopeful of � change. As a sample of the freight bcinj: haulod out from Ijethbridge. one settler alone has hauled fifteen loads of lumber, provisions, furniture, etc. The .settlors are,all anxious to have I spring l)realiing is dillerent from .the roads up awl down the hill.s at for- ; brea'kinifj which lies over winter. Ev-eryhwlv has been iloing uH the breaking they can. , Two .years ago April 1st there was � no house in the township, now over ia hundred houses can be counted I from the top of the ridge even with-i out a ^lass. By ne.\t year over a j (From the UorHld'a Tiavelling respondent) IvasmcT. Aujr. 7.-Kusinlt School Uistrict takes i, |�.,=t of Tps. 14. 19 |,uarter�of the township will Ix- under and 14, liO. .\ m-w frame .school is Up to l^st fall onlv half of under Co�.strticti.,n on .Sec. 7, Tp. 14. ,^ ^, K. 19, about forty-suvcn miles east.p^j.^ of i>;thbrl(i};o. Tin- trustees me D. It. lOaster, Geo: Huhlinger i,ne seth if possible. E. Y. Browning, who lives near the Kasmer school, has over twenty acres in crop of o�.ts, w^hich are a pretty pretty fair crop and n.ostly on spring breaking. He has broken over twenty acres besides this var. He found an ear of com on the trail and planted the scod on spring breaking without any irrigation a&atri>ns ami will be iiuicli better when Manager Morl-is ha.'s t'v�vMA ^^^1 ^0 closecl evcvy Wednesday afternoon lUrpUlS riUrnitUre OtOre during July and August ;