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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta _2in__ INI. BEST IN THE HlfTORX FA VORCO GRAIN JUST A HINT 15 NORTH CAJRO- UNA Wt boib aod old be givw. (New York Sun.) in CM North Ca Charlotte a faiut warning to vociterbua wfcio tbe welkin to tatUrs, for ia joy and The Hon. down iu Uileigfci- ;s recking done and auvalter instru- ments are piping and squeaking cording to their calibre. But tbe Observer, though it ia not at all dear, not far- from is of opinion that it will be well Aug. The ii attd warm. Spring graiu is ra- rinaning. tho cool just what is wanted to fill out the grain, The yiold this year is expect- ed to surpass any of former years by fully oue-third. More wheat will be cut and harvested this year than last, l rsis BUiLTHRCAD Hon. P. Crafcftw, Minister ot mtliir- interesting the increased cost of Grand Trunk Pacific, said it waa due (1) to the increase in prices of, everytninif; to tbe fact that the road it being Itui'.L with unexampled'" solidity. Usutdly railw ays are 'built rather ro at firit, then, as they begin to earn iuouey are' practically wooden bridges are turned into steel become solid embankments, grades reduced, curves' arc ens- ed and miles of'read are abandoned in favor "of. locations. Tho Na- tional 'Transcontinental will begin gAt front down prance but mildly to and A woiuah on the train aaked conductor how long cars stepped at the station. He replied, "Madam, we stop four minutes, from two to two to two The woman turned to her compau- brought in to tho local buyers this year's crops "'promise Ho be the best both in quality and quantify that this part of Southern Alberta has ever raised. For milea of Granum through the Rocky Coulee the fall grain is all in the stock and if the number of stocks oil the fields is any indication of what the yield will be it is aale to say this year's crop will; surpass any previous year as the crops very even there being very, little difference in any of the fields. In "the Rocky Coulee District the fall grain has been in the stook for ten days and ion and said: "I wonder if he thinks threshing will be started this week. he's the whistle on the engine." Of the nuiny stories of the late Senator Allison's cautiousness per- haps the best known and illumina- tive one is the sheep story, A drove of; freshly sheared sheep passing a i -jwi. window where Allison and a friend life with, steel bridges, solid embank- were sitting the friend observed: Senator, they have cut the .wool low grades, easy curves, and every improvement which great, wealth and enormous .and long established traffic bring to "other rail- ways. This solidity will have a great effect on the operation of the road; Mr. Graham submitted a cal- culation that on a basis of ten trains a day each way the saving on a road of the standard decided, on, as com- pared with- the ordinary standard, the saving in operation will be vevy nearly a year. THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR This is the evening day of the Leth fair though tomorrow and Thursday'will be the big days. The Lethb ridge fair ranks as the leading one in Southern Alberta. The exhibition this year will streng- then its right to that position as everything' promises a fine display of stock and industrial resources of this rich and rapidly ex- In one place a threshing outfit is al- ready at work and by the last of this week several more will be at Several farmers have already start- ed cutting their spring wheat: Oats are a light crop and a little lute cm account of late seeding this spring Some Tall wheat sown this year is pretty close on those sheep_ haven't Senator jooked' at the sheep or some moments and responded: "It appears this j part .are. not sowing as Many funerals had occurred In the little town where Mildred fact which evidently made an impres- sion on the child. llrs. tfendei re- proved her small daughter for some act of disobedience, saj'ing: "Mildred, I should think you would be ashamed to be so naughty. Bess is not "I don't''see how you'can expect me to be as good as was the child's retort. "Her father is a minister and mine is only a pallbearer." Ked this year on account of a rwport th a t_ fall wheat will be graded below spring. wheat and that a difference o twenty cents a bushel will be made in favor, of spring wheat.- The 'hail storrn of lost week, not so bad as at" first reported, has done considerable damage to t! section of the country- to the south west pf Grahuhi and the estimated damage to the crops in that par 5 plates the loss at twen ly-five pe cent. The loss has. not been so bat on spring grain as was at first slip posed but any fall wheat that was panding section of the Canadian West. The .Lethbridge fair.: thanksHo the foresight and good management TAKEN TQ TASK The Winnipeg and. other dailies ready to cut storm "has been at the time of the completely threshe< iiec ia iQUuM luk WelU Drawing Paper Rubber T.Pini x Special Just Received I Ml IM have reporting the donations v.-nious .towns and cities to the Fet. Relief Fund. In cases tlie not been correctly, stated. its possesses by far the agricultural grounds in this part of Alberta. The grounds are com- modious, the. accommodation, for ex- hibits unexcelled aad the grand stand from, which the, spectators view -the ever popular track events, is one the largest and most comfortable in Alberta. The exhibition-'-'deserves the loyal support of every citizen of this city and- district and the Heraldj sincerely trusts that it will be'given the pat- deserves this year. Let everybody turn out and make the fair the greatest success in the his- tory of its existence. To coTi'ct the error regarding U'dge Robt. Sage has sent the tol. lowing letters: Editor The Telegram, Winnipeg.- give publicity to In your daily of Friday -last, 7th inst., you place Lethbridgi as. a ?100 subscriber to Fernie Relief Fund. out., The storm lasted for. Jully ha an hour Taut was confined to a nar row strip. On several farms not whole pane of gloss was left nn that aide- exposed to the storm.- Old time farmers report that they have never seen finer harvest weather han that Southern Alberta is now enjoying. The price of this year's crop is ex- pected to open up here at 70c. Farmers, are- unloading last year's crop to, make room for the new and considerable of last year's crop was loatjed.in the last week. City of Mfedicine Hai ;THe City Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus will meet the Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- vey ing passengers between that station and Medicine Hat.at a; nomiiial charge of 75c each. Best Bargains in Weig Vortical and Transfer The largest and Hue of Papeteriea in Sou- thern Alberta No Order too Large No Order too Small LETHNUDGE ALTA. Coal, Ice and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral ea. Our contributions City. Council are as follow-s: Private Subn. per Lethbridge Herald Viz., provis- ions. OUR POINT OF VIEW Attend the fair. The exhibits of grains at this year's fair promises to be worthy of this rich district. Visitors cannot help but be convinced that this dis- trict is rich in its agricultural re- sources. The early closing of the bars, ac- cording to Chief Gillespie's testimo- ny, is reducing drunkenness. That was the object the Alberta govern- ment had in view when it made this change in the license laws. Lethbridge is again in the front place with, the- first wheat, of this year's on the market. For early and good growth you can't beat the Ixithbridgc district. Yours truly, ROBT. SAGE. The Editor, Free Press, give publicity to the In your paper of the 4th inst. you omit Lethbridge from the published list oS to the Femie Re- lief Fund. On Sunday 2nd inst., 11 am