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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909. Hyde Sounders Wholesale and etail Merch i Hay Oats Ogilrie's Flour Mclaughlin Carriages Nclaughlan-Buitk Automobiles Moline, New Deal, Fairchild Wagons iffiee and Warehouse Cor. Ford and Campbell Streets Pbone 246 P.O.Box 112 PRIZE WINNERS AT THE LETHBRIDGE FALL FAIR 1 (CONTINUED FROM THURSDAY) In judging vegetables the judges attention to. the culinary pro- perl its rather than to size. The tex- I HOUSE CLEANING instead of being mono- tonous drudgery becomes pleasure when Sunlight helps you. Remember Sunlight does all the work, at half the cost and in half the time of other Soaps. Follow directions Lever Bros., loronto, will give tree. H cake of their famous Flantol Whitney. Toilet Soup, if you mention this ca- per. Meats and Poultry Perry. Perry _ ture and quality were chiefly con-! Drv.s.swl Cockerels.-Mrs. J W Me- N sjiJerow. Field Roots and Vegetables CLASS ROOTS bus. Pink Potatoes, any Bing Wo; 2, Wah Hop." HARVESTING BEGINS AT MILK RIVER Dressed Jones. Dressed Jones. Brown Mrs. J. W. Me- Keau; 2, D. J. Whitney. X bus. White Potatoes, anJ Jones; Bing Wo; 2, Sing Chow, i 0 .Sweep Stakes-Best X bus. pota-! Mrs j McKean toes, any varietv., entered in thp above scc-1, Bfog Wo pTUJt-1- Hijjinbotham: 2. Mrs.. D. J. Whit- six swede Bing ney. a, K. Parry. j Fruit_lt Mrs N ffig_ Wurtzels, D. J. j Mrs. A. F.. Humphries, i I Wild J. W. McKean. i Six Carrots, Bing Wo. j Mrs. A. E. Hum-1 Six Sugar A. R. Bennett, j 2- M'PS 'Susie Bawden: 3.' i Two Mammoth Mrs. E. X, Higinbothara. i Brown Mrs. J. W. Mc- i Two Field Bin- Wo-'Kt'an; 2l Mrs' W' Sl Sherd- it j 2. Wah Hop. Bn'a'd from Pride of Alberta Flour I J 1. Mrs. D. W. Inman: 2. Miss E.! Residents in the North Ward Are invited to utiemUhe 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 basis, and will offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Visit us on Saturday Wnd let as get acquainted W. H. PARSONS Corner Xiven and Westminster I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee onr Give us a. bundle. trial ,witb vour next LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co, TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 has been a busy place the past week. 1 Mr. J. Ohorn and J. Chepmaa Jiave Ijeen shearing their sheep. They re- Ed. Milk Kiver. Aug. Eiver Kubi, purple or I t I ftn; i E. POTy. I LASS 38-aARDEN VEGETABLES McKenzie C E Six long Rod E. Parry, j Special prk, Buns-Ed. McKenzi, Port a heav crop of wool. _ Carrots.-J, Wah; jn Comb-D. Whitney, i J. Chapin. of Portal. N. D., has I Whitney. jJ-t conned a, update j I jshop. This will be greatly apprec- j wlrfw j Chidl's Dreas-i. Mr lated by the MUk River men. Tw.'lve yellow Q. T. illbotham; 2.. Convent. I j '.AA-J Mrs. Quinn, mother of H. Quinn. i Russell; 2, D. J. Wbitney our real estate man. arrived Monday and will make her home w'nh her son. Thi1 bridge across the Milk ilive-r at. this pi aco has been completed and will he ji great help to all liv- ing" on south side. W. D. Mitchell of this place spent a days in taking in the ten.- from Good Sunday fain MAS IN AS IN Masinasin Sunday school and an address fay Rev. Cooper, mixod Hope Sunday school of the Milk Kiver Valley met together last I Saturday afternoon at D. D. Kip- ancl held :l social. An invita- was exv-nded to all and quite a number gathered together. Some tinin was spent in hand shaking and getting, acquainted, after which all "S down to a table loaded with good the ladies. followed, opened with prayer by Mr. Gold ing. the snperin- -.followed by -the male quar- Harvest has begun and everybody is quartftte by Good Hope S. S., and a bvsy' -and p3eased with- 2, E" Parry, numb.'-r of rf-citatipns were given by T the schools, ;md a solo and duot by "Mr.-. Caxrington and Mrs. Culler. The Rev. Mr. Griffith then Twvlvi- Wah Hop. Pickling Bin" i WM; >2f [.ing Chow. Garden Vegetables i Six Turnip G. T 2, D. J. Whitney. Six long Blood X0 2, K. Parry. E. Parrv- 2 Hop. Six White Wah Hag I. C. E. Mrs. A. E. Western. Brandow; 2 short address to the schools, and the V, l malt- quartette of Good Hope school chmerT- gavc a selection. The program was then brought to a close by singing, "Blest be the Tie th.at Binds." Every- one then to their homes, feeling that ihr-y had spent a pleasant time Mr. J. A. Elk-rt, east of town, having- the Erickson Bros, of Warner, break one hundred acres for" him. O. Fitzmaurice has just com- plet-exi a n-p.w warehouse for his ma- Six Wah Hop, Six Tomatoes, ripe, Wah Hop. Green Turnips F r 'lrr-- I Convent. i Honif; made Quilt, Chas. McClenaghan; 2, C. E. Bran-! J 1 j. Whifr.-y; 2, H. P. Acton: 2, C.K. ,riot an r-xhfbitif.n en ii Rogers Cunningham Lumber Co, Quart G- --K. Parry. House Piants Cnnvenf. Conv-.-rH 2, S. j Bnindow j Embroidery np. .T. A. and i 2. Convent. Mrs. F. S. furnish rxliibits. Why an r-xhfbitif'Ti enoour.-iL'o work of th> srov.'rumiiiit nnt] j K. Con-1 2. Convent. Vl-J-r- J Toilr-i j 2. H. Hutchinson: .3. Convent. J. Graham. Any C. K Convent. Golk'cfiori Hou E. X. Hipinbothain v j. FHA J Mrs. M. Don.-iW.son. Linen Drawn 2, Miss! off tlio lower bridfff with a paraehuto Mrs. K. Hie-j i tint] drop int.. !hc water when abnnt inbofham; 2. C. E. P.randow. j 2, Mrs. W.S.' 25 fr-n nbov surmcr- E. Parry; 2. Mrs. I TO SWIM THE WHIRLPOOL Si. Autr. 2. Dniyniiplr. he will .swim thr- whirl- Mrs. Wbitr-; 2. Con- !'pool rapids of N'iotrara and succeed v-'nt. wliiTe Captain Wrhb perished, if a Fancy C'.nfiTfnef: i? to hold tomorrow 2, Convent. with iiis maTiacrrs and the railway se Mrs.! Miss 2, ends favorably as to ani; 2. Convent: ''financial His plan is to drop IOT1. T Tm-n Tlrfiirn ..I.-H.] o __ i Tir-kefcs on Sale j JOC1IST to SEPTEMBER Stii Final return limit j SEPTEMBER 24th Transit limit ten days in each direction. For full particulars apply to nearest agent, or to J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent. K. X. Miginbotham. j Point Convent; 2. Mr.-. Yards at Coleridge Burdelt Purple Sprinft Tiiber Bamwell HEAD OFFICE: Acadia Building Lethbridge Yards at Owen Stirling Raymond Magrath Phone 123 Spring Coulee l, E. Hi.sinbnth- Mark White. am; 2, Mrs. M. Donaldson. Katf.'nburs 1. Mrs. K. X. Higinbofh- m. I E. Parry; 2. Mrs. K.N. j Hijcrinbotham. j D. J. Whitney; 2, D.J. j Whitney. Mr.s. E. X. Higin- botham. vent. E. Parry; 2, Con- fWst collection of Cut D. J. Whitney. Dairy Product! Print J. Johnston; 2, Mrs. A. T. Gould. 2, Conv.int. Enibroid'Ty in Arts Oil Painting, Miss Baw- den; 2, Mrs. Sladc. son. Water Color, Mrs. Slade. Crayon or Sepia, Convent. Pen or Pencil Drawing. i Slftde. Miss NaturcT HUtbry Best Collection Noxious I, Convent. UP TON QL ROOM Fs supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And ig cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cijfars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Correction of Block ;