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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGfc J3, ifOf. Sounders Wholesale and etail Kerch ills HOUSE CLEANING instead of being a mono, tonous drudgery a pleasure when Sunlight helps you. Remember Sunllfht all the work, u half the and in half the time of other Soaps Follow directions Fairchild Wagon Toronto, will give famous Plantbi I Toilet Soap, if you mention this PAQC THRtC PRIZE WINNERS AT THE LETHBRIDGE FALL FAIR In judging vegetables the judges paid attention to v the culinary pro- perties rather than size. The tex- ture and quality were chiefly con- ered. Field Roots and Vegetables CLASS KOOTS bus. Pink'Potatoes, .'.any 1, Bing Wall Hop. j X bus. White Potatoes, any! Meats and Poultry Perry. Pljrry. JY W. Kean; Dressed Jones. Dressed Jones. Brown Mrs." J. W. Me- Keau; 2, D. J. Whitney. Jones.' Domestic Products I variety.-1. Bine Wo; 2, Sing Chow i Mrs. J A Slade- 2 Sweop Stakes-Best X bus. pota-! Mrs j. McKean. 'j tne 'Preserved Mrs. B. ?f. Higinbotham; 2. Mrs. D. J. Whit- toe.--, any -vai-iety., entered m above Bing Wo. Six Swede Bing ney. 2, E. Parry. Canned Mrs. E. N. Hig- Marigel Wurtzels, D. j. inbotham; ,2, Mrs. A. E. Humphries. Whitncv Wild Fruit J W McKcan White Mrs. .A. E. Hum- Six Carrots, Bing Wo. Six Sugar A. E. Bennett. Two Mammoth, Mrs. E. X, Higinbotham. Two Field Bing Wo; 2. Wah Hop. Jxohl Kabi, purple or j y0hns phries; 2, Miss 'Susie Bawdt-n; 3, Mrs. 0. Pracht. Brown Mrs. J. W. Mo- i Kean; 2, Mrs. W. S. Sherd, j Brea'd from Pride of Alberta Flour' 1, Mrs. D. W. Inman; 2. Miss E. son. am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee onr work. Give us a trial ,witb your next N "bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S. FARROW, Pho 145 Residents in the North Ward Are invited to Opening of our Grocery Store On Saturday, August 14th have a complete stock of Groceries, Provisions. Fruit and Confectionery. We will conduct busi- ness on the-xcash basis, arid will offer SPECIAL IXDUCEMENTS Visit, us on Saturday and let (is get acquainted W. H. PARSONS Corner Xiven and Westminster has been a busy place the past week, j Yun' Parry- j Mothers' Favorite Mr. J. Obornaiwl J Chepman have CLASS 23-GARDEN VEGETABLES j 2, C. E. Brandow.___________________ j been shearing their sheep. They 're- Carwts.-l, E. Parry, j Special prize- I I guc mtenuediate Wah i Hdnev in Whitney (Port a heav crop of wool. HoP; 2, Bing Wo: V f Honey. Strained-D. Wlmnev. 2 j J. Chapin, of Portal. N. D, has Twphv G. T. .Rus. I Ladies' Work and Home Manufac- Ijust'compiled an up-to-date barber 2, D. J. Whitney. turies. I shop. This will be greatly apprec- MAS IN AS IN -Thr> Masinasin Sunday school and G-ood Hope Sunday school of the Milk River Valley met together last Saturday afternoon at D. D. Kip- pen's and held a social. An invita- tion was cxtrnded to all and quite a number gathered together. Some was ?pent in hand shaking and acquainted, after which all sat down4 to a'table loaded with good things to thanks to the ladies. 'ogram followed, opened with by 3Ir. Golding. the superin- tendent, .followed by- the male quar- tctte rrora Good Hope- Sunday school, an address by Rev. Cooper, mixed quartette by Good Hopn S. S., and a number of recitations were given by thp and a soln and duet by CaJfrington nnd Mrs. Cullf-r. The Rev. Mr. Griffith then gave a short address to the schools, and the male (quartette of Good Hope school gave a selection. The program was then brought to a close by singing, "Blest be the Tie that Every- one then went to their homes, feeling that thr-y had spent a pleasant time i fated by the MUk men. yellow G. T. j Mrs. Quinn, mother of H. Quinn'. Kus'sell; 2, D. J. Whitney I our ceal estate man. arrived Monday Twelve Wall Hop. and will amke her home with her Gallon Pickling Bing 2, Ling Chow. Garden Vegetables Six Turnip G. T. Rus- Twelve white K.Parrjvl. Chidl's UTS. E- son. The bridge across tho Milk River at this 'place has been completed and .will -fie a. -great help 'to all liv- ing on the south side. TV. D. Mitchell of this place spent a K. Parrv. ubotham; 2. Convent. Rag C. E. Brandow; 2, Mrs. A. E. Weston. Home made Quilt, Mrs. Chas. 2, C. "E. Bra'n- dow. nindf Quilt, A. E. 2. Mrs. D. Inman. n, niadf- Quilt, Mrs. Six long wool A-o w..S. Sherd; 2, C. E. sell; 2. D. J. Whitney. fair. i- days in J.-ebhbridge talcing in the Six E. Parrv: 2 Wah VUil Dinner Mrs. Mark Wliite; Harvest has begun and. everybody is busy, and pleased with, crops. Hop. Six White Turnips-., Wah, Hop; Mark Ornamental Lamp Mrs. o ir J east of town -n on Boltine 1S K. Parrv; i Convent .g the Erickson Bros, of Wamc-r. i o break one hundred acres for Mm. Mr. 0- Fitzmaurice, has just com- pleted'-ti, ne-w warehouse ma- chincry. jf 'IVIiss Goutts Wed- nesday. Kev. Conner pf Warner will preach. j painting on Bolting Con-1 b-ix ripe, grown out- vent. 1, Wah Hop. Peck Green Wah Hop 4> 2, Convent, Silk Broad Crochet Mrs. J. A. Slnde 1, 1. D. .T. in. 3Iilk River on Sundav eveaing-, at i _ te 2. C. E. Brandow. Brorulcloth_1 A Ten Convent: 2, Mrs. J. j A. Slade. I 7 o'clock. During the last i T _ I Artistic Bed 3Oss Susie i K new bu.s- i seeded, 1. P.J. j Bawdon; 2.. C, E. Brandow. have starteii. Just a Why Are Burglars Like our Lumber 1 Because They always go into the Best of Homes. Not only do we' sell the majority of Lumber for the best homes all around here, but we get most of the bills for barns, granaries and for ail buildings where good, sound, dry material is required. People have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of and as we make quality our "long suit1' partici-Iar buyers take no cha'nces, but buy what they need from us, Our Stock is complete, and our prices the very lowest. 'cheerfully figured. Mrs. M. White Rhubarb, bort twelve- stalfe.-l. E. o. Mrs-XHiginbotham. lany; 2. 6iug Chow. Canvas-Mrs. Slade. pK-klm- Bine Painting on Velvet-Convent. j Pressed Wild Two Hop. Tenfriffe Work-ConVent; i Two Vegetable Marrowx.-l. j- Hand Sewing-3, EtheJ M. Hop; 2 t. PanT. Isamlini.: 2. Ruth Inman. j Six head of Celery, whiie.-i.. Y. LadFes, .Work 2. all Hop. 'Two Savoy Cabbie 2. Convent. Wo. BOW ILAND ALBEffTA FOR SALE Residential arid Business Lots Buy real estate iii the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta. arid thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to -For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell i i Twn Flat Tunsr j i. .Tim; 2, Bing Two .head.- Red Wo Kohl Rabi Bin? Wo. Embroidery not herein H. B. Dart; 2, Mrs. F. S. Lef- THE INDIANS ARE FARMERS ALSO Two hrads. Chow; 2. Yung- Jim. Convent. j Crow Stitch-l, Mrs. H. B. Dart; j a Herald reporter heard 2, Mrs. Mark White. Wallnchion Mrs. M Sugar Cnrn.-l. Wah While. o. Convent. 2, E. Parry. Hardanger Mrs. P. Winter McMurphv; 2. Bing Wo. _ _ ixlir Sox.-l, Mrs. Sinclair; 23 A .stranger 'say .that it he wrote home to his wife telling he how ninny In- dians he had seen, that she would never come to this countrv. 2, Mrs. Slade. 1. E.- Two quarts Peas, in Wah vom. Hop; 2, D.'JV-Whitiiev -n i Darning Mrs. TWJJ -uarts String- Bing 2. D. J: Whitney- three Cos Lettuce Parry. Three heads any 1, Bing Wo: 2., G. T. Russell. Collection of Pot and Sweet Herbs. .E. Parey-v -Cbllection of- V-egr-tables 1, E. Parry- 2, W. G. Fryer. Bunch Bunch Fresh Fruits Half dozen Convent. Quart Winir D. J. Whitney. one of the Indian bus Con- c3--rivers passing by and to flie, Herald reporter gave the following TnQians are from Reserve, where there are Darned 1 nud 2, Convent abom' Indians now. -are. Pair 3, Mrs. J. A. Slade; 2, about C9ttle ;tnd Convt-nt. 'Silk Embroidery, vent; 2, M-isses Dalyrmple. Crochet, Johnston. Mrs. Mark White. Crochet. Convent B. Dart; 2. Convent. Mountmtillis vent: 2. Convent. on, the reserve. This year there an' j about 1.000 acres in. crop and about 700 acres broken. tall wlieat. The says, i? five feet talb ypar i expect f-o plow Xear- 2 1 ly air the Indian? have democrats. 'and the breaking- is clone with a Con- i steam Plow- be a much better advc-r- Con- and assist the g Churches in their work of i Homv made Pictur' vont, 1 and 2. Fancy Pin Mrs. M. i teaching' the Indians the arts of civ- White: 2. Mrs. White, i ilixatioa if the Exhibition Assoea- Quart Mrs. D..T. Fancy Work and 2, Con- tion would'diangc the program next j Whitney; vent. year, 'and have a procession of the I Quart Black D.' Gents Shirt, machine i hr-advd by steam j.low. 1 I IT T. E. PATTESOH Office, Oliver BlocTc. Phone 887. TWO OF the best Ref sidential Lots in Lethbridge on Glyii Street, close each, on easy terms T Alex. Barowski, was killed while mowing in a field at Buchanan, Saaki His father v was killed in a mill acci' dent last vear. j CANADIAN J. Whitney. j JVatrie Pint Mrs. D. J.! ton. Whitney. Pint Mrs. D. J. Brodi W. P. A( followed' by of thr-ir RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES ro ii III! :VU5CjTJI JUHUhi! Ladies' Wool Mrs. Hi the schools, too, couMjJ! B. Dat; 2, Convent. furnish interesting exhibits. Why Boys' Mrs. Acton; C.E. Lumber Co Whitney: 2, H. P. GaL-ell. Quart Parry. House Piants j Slade: 2, Convent. Convent: 2. S.- Jones.! Pillow F. S. Lef- Hajrell; 2. Con-i fij-gwell: 2.. Convent. vent. Toilet .should not an exhibition encourage 'I Brandow. j work'of the govc-rnmi'-nt and Embroidery on Iebr-I, J. A. j and J i Yards at Coleridge Burden Purple HEAD OFFICE: Acadia Building Lethbridge Barnwell PO. Box 1365 Yard, at Owen Stirling Raymond ,1 t MagratH Phone 123 Spring Coulee Mrs. E. Higinbotham: 2. H. Hutchinson; 3. Convent. J. Graham. Dalyrmplf. TO SWIM THE WHIRLPCX5L j St. Catharines, Au- I Butler he will swim the whirl- 3 Tickets on Sale. SDGOST ttti to SfPTEMBtH 5tli Final.return Jiniit SEPTEMBER 24th 2. Con-! vent. "rapids Niagara and succeed Captain Webb, perished, if a Any C. E. Brandovy 2. Fancy Miss Susie conference he is to hold; tomorrow- Convent. 2, ConTent. i with his managers and the railway Collection House 'i Miss Susi-; Btwden: ends favorably as to E.'ST. Higinbotham; 2, .Convent; 3.! Convent. financial .-terms; His plaii is "to drop Mrs. M. Donaldson. Table Boquc-t.--l.Mr-s. -Hie- in botham 2. C. E. P.randow. Sweet 1, E. Parry; 2. Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham. 1, Mrs. E. X. 'Higinboth- am; 2, "Mrs. M. Donaldson. Linen Drawn T and MIPS i off lower bridge with a Dalyrmpk-. and drop into the water when about L Convent; 2, Mrs. W.S. j the surface. limit ten clays in each direction. For full particulars apply to nearest agent, or to 0. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Mrs, E. X. Higinboth- am. 1, E. Parry: 2, Mrs. E.N. Higinbotham. D.. J. Whifney-j. .2. i DnanxL-us. 1, Mrs. .E. X.. Higiu- bothain. JTasturtion. 1, E. Parry; 2, Con- vent. collection' of Cut D. J., _ Prim Butter 1, J. Johnston: 2, Mrs. A. T. Gould. Sherd. Point Convent; 2. Mr.-.: Mark' White. "'Batten burg Mrs. Mark White; 2, Convent.. ry in i Arts j Oil Miss Baw-i den; 2r Mrs, Slade. Patie-j Water Color, Slade. Crayon or Sepia, Pen or Pencil Drawing, Slade. Balden. Best Collection Noxious Convent. QL ROOM Is supplied Ts-ith the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And ig cool, bright and pleasant. Eest Cigars and Tobaccos in stoct Barber Shop in Connection >f Oliver ;