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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DA.LY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, 1909. ILETHSRIDGE FAIR j IN FULL about us C lirnr.'.Ion.s on.- man another can do. J HIV rlot mure'.' Nearly ov- iory soltk-r could such a, if then- woiihl only try. Many an; We Want To "Show You" our Fit-Reform Fall Suits. We are proud of them, and with good reason, for in fabric, style and tailoring then- equals have never been shown in Leth- bridge at least, never outside Fit- Reform's parlors. Whether you prefer novelties or more conservative effects, you will find here just what pleases your taste. The newest, richest patterns turned out by Great Britain's famous mills are imported exclu- sively for Fit-Reform.- They are tailored by men who are artists at their work, and when they have passed the closest inspection the Fit-Reform label is attached. In Mu- fall 01 not Lhrve years Mr. settled lie- has surely nm-de a biir chun-fe in I (Continued from First Page.) j kivii. Simir ht'.'ivy exhibitors pn viuu> years >uoh as the Kdon KVst Poultry Farm. J. Livingstone and others; win; niicht be named nut at' all but ,m the mher, The flowers 1 hand some iiaMVs are f> th.- winners. There j! are many very line' birds hut on the I whole-it is not -thoupht that the qtial-j ity is up to last, year's standard nor the best that the district !i ;s ro i .be foixottt-n. Thuiv ore ull iM'uutit'ul From Mr. Ingrain's house about a I hundred farm houses uin IK- seen to jlhe north west, north ami east, over Ithe fur stretch of prairie. Some of siAvl houses aatl al- uv bams ami wind- a fou- hau, This year, h'mvvt-r. th.- t-xhibit S'Tn-'what better than h.'tvt'.i-.Mv. J Cattle Exhibit u -rl I otiii'-sfde iin Flu- fair is net uuted mills; Of {u 'htili of t'j as >v: then- are not sm-at n.any mosj havo ahout a criitle nnsed on the ranee j iw Q{ and ,-bjeet to crops or bhu-k nuinded up lor exhibitioji purposes Mori- Trees A. 1'. Host- has about two thousand ,r i his uirin most K. Ririt-. oi Ma-ruth. J. Ji.iuison i, "laj'k-s arxi i-ot j hoy -av.. .uuk a -liar.- ot aiv atld w.Mci! ail QJ. e-ittlr-. u-ootis have made u growth ot throe show i.f .-.Jn-.-ji is jreTtin- b-t-1 it.vt tiliv-utly this ymr. lie has plant- t.-r each year and this year's is them in rive rows to the west ami tx-s: yi-r. J. li. and T. Pas- north of his thirteen !ot with n y ui MaLrr.-ttii auu C. I'ri--', of-few for orrmnieritiil alontr all a i-rediralih- 'he roail. He has a rim- Held of with their All ;li.- 'spring which sliows tip a splen for JL.-S tak. n He ran his binder around tii.- Lrthhridirr and io ''i "tvri.xl any repairs and J. H (.iiffrii wirli an- UIK' t'1'' certainly shows uj> line imais. thi- row of stook Mr. has olh- nice tiling's in his rnl- cui-J will no lioubt. come in victory was tjnu. as u-n, a ; ui twmps Pres- As js one took first Kev. MK'onih holds a son s which the win-jodisr church servkv onee evcrv two ;irll! w.vks a[ .1 TT i j ltj- "im.: settfcrs m.-wlf it u point ro fill FjnU Lil-jllp tlu> buffalo trails C..HIO.- iu-w ...diil.i-; so th.- carria-- do not bump n, tu, thor into -Lh-m as i, chL. cas, fB lnttny oth- D-I-- >avory tias a fine Suffolk Punch 'er places. which, how.-ver. had no op- rht. wrtU-rs m-nr Surwlia! position in is class ,i .T-; r a tiovi-i lor n to, i tiv prizr hs; will appear ju prevent cutth- from -mrrg- through! H.'-nild the fences. it is ma-ck- of plain fence I _______' douldtid about six fecr. long anrf j twisted about thir.-r of frbe way j Sundiai District Is a r SJ pi _ forward at top ami so as to MouriSning tauh on llu :uid prevent J animal fron: rhrou-h the- from Front in town ai the tune and his wiiV- and Fm-retusiri', baby were home-afone. j aiv a f.-w more samples of A Tkjy Farm j in Sundial district. Mr. A visi.t i.0 the wrli f5rni of c_ j put luvni.v acro.s in- crop K. Injrraru. who lives across the "Lit- -Qnd a-hout acres; Mr-, Bpw about forty-two miles had sixt-x ac'res broken- bur. is ceruiinly worth tthis >'ear nrokeTl acres As the visitor ftnters Mr" Osc''n had acres V.notices the- kept yards, "the UI1fI hroke one han.-. CLARKE CO. Acadia Block The Ladies' Store WE SELL FOR CASH Come and See this New Store Our Introductory Sale is on AA e didu't dmnu this store lar event, but w-u're ylad it lias been so. It shows that ourv efforts to tlie shoppers of an up to date, aioderuf store are appreciated. I Every day this store is thronged with delighted folk who have come to buy. Praises of admiration are heard on all sides, not only for the store itself, but for our splendid merchandise and remarkably reasonable price. want to impress upon you again that the prices are not. roducedll for this occasion. They are our regular marked values and thel) few we have space to mention here are only representative oft) hundreds of otherequallv attractive values that await the shopper. 'f new, seasonable- wanted stocks io be found! here. THE NEW SILKS ARE IN China nice fine qual- ity. 24 in. wide, all colors. Jap. Taffeta in. wide, a full ranire of all wanted col- ors .....................50C Fine and Lovely Chiffon Yerjj soft and extra fine finish Beautiful Satin Sofj! and clingy, handsome Raw Iir natural col r, Huck full !ine hems: itched ...................25c p.-nVe: rittini: Directoire made of Jiirht pprcal-. Fine Lisle excel- lent quality, all ladies' siz- es black or ran.......35C Table bleach-, two yards vri'dt'. excep- Tioually pood at ........65c Ladies' Fine Lisfe Short or long sleeves, -open "r elt-sed fronts.........25c ft, guaranteed not to mi.SOc' and even- very wide ......90ci Lxeellejit values in black taffetas, peat f. merv.. duchesse. niesselaitie. etc. A Beautiful Collection of Hand- made Battenburg and Hand- drawn Linen Goods Five O'clock uice quality, pure linen, lias dain- ty drtiwn work in sides and .-corners, size -30 x 30. finished xvith two inch hem. hem- stitched. Special Five O'CIotek o-ood weight, pure linen, size 30 x 30, finished with two inch hem, hemstitched. An ex- cellent value at the price 90C Tray Cloths, Side-board Scarfs and Table Covers In a wide profusion of various de- most reasonably priced! Fine Embroidery Nice iind even, full ed -lit in. .........SOc? Hemstitched 21 wide. nice quality. wliitr cotton i Victoria weight, .'U ins. wide, splendid lOc Wash ein- broderod in white and col- pearl buckles 35c-25c Fine Wool cy stripes and floral de- signs, washable .........50c NEW FALL DRY GOODS UVING beds t.fir rows of-trees. A ;'tfnvl rouki hardly found anywhere. J tmi twrnu arres tJiis year. ___ _ :in-' forty milfs.north-east The bui Miners too-, have a tidv [of rLethbridsr.... A. new railway- in ?wll kept appearance. di.strict will, be much appreciat- in crop oviaX to tht' heavy .hauls across. two rivers. iuty acres r; r tr_ w__. r j- rouben oi" Sundial, who .lives J has- summer, nior.j and -broken sixtv la test Plot, of alfalfa sown May milcs north west of Taber j about thirty acres to- fall Tht; average rrop put in- part .of the district, is good. Ko ninety acres in crop this rear Steel Range Fresh, air is introduced into tne Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of tne oven door, and tne cooking- fumes carried out through another series of the back of the oven. i> summer tillage for hTs oats biit humlrwl acres. J a g-reat ftm, apj, looking a n't there j> tnorr- yet. The cur nmts urv a tho raspher- __ _ ;tntl UMOON, TORONTO, MWTKCAl, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, HAMJLTM in tJiT cor- 1 tier is I FTWRW'i nor oi slrawbe-rrit's L.E. I rf BKIUOt AOfcNTS ,K "T-iiith ,n tho sprint: of 1907 -phis year's crop was large. runners (nre taking root and blossom-i Campbells Scientific Til In ?i I H. was ruteen high! w.hun cut on July 29th. He has a crop Of oats. H.- i til lag., for his oats but ro do so in future wh-'n iajm wii! ,-vc-n a better crop in his district this yoar.. In :oats will he ready to cut the' firet year at the saiuc- rate .the Au-ust. His fan wheat was win aJl' brofcett up. failure bur nor winter i- ami Special TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Every Day this Week at the CLUB CAFE Fill IT., Oppositefiiwe liwy NEWEST IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS PANAMA AND VENETIAN DRESS SKIRTS DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. VELVET CORD SUITING IN RICH COLORINGS. SPECIAL VALUES IN THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT. TOWELS, TOWELING, TABLE LINEN, SHEETINGS AND PILLOW COTTONS. A 11 nn- doing ajvd j. i .wri much to the landscape 1 the w.-st. side of his J tion whw-v. L. j ho J to ffrouiHJ prepared for 16.000 trees I t h, expects to receive, from the. j J OH he has ash. maple. f wood The map- l''S havo kl-ijtHl but thi UCH' A fOW HiS nap am pine feet hiph aJid only two years atjo Lhis -T1 BARGAINS IN SHOES We are offering special bargains in Boots and men. women and children. Everything in the Department reduced in Girls' Boots, worth. to Celling 3fen's Boots, worth and Selling at Women's Boots, worth S4.50. Selling at Stafford-Agnew Co, If you live out of town write in." ing- alrtwKly. This spapden shows the Capabilities jOf the soil Ot Sunny Southern Al-bcr- Prompt tldiverf There aro rvo doubt other Coal LUMP market gs: DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut Coal ;it minw per ton. All coal Sold Address postcaid to NEW BARNES MIJCE Royal View FRUITS FRUITS us have your orders for Peaches and Plums for preserv- ing. Quality and prices right. N F WADDINGTON PboRe26l Prompt delivery A. MACDONALD CO. CASH I VMM Mm, ;