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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JViday, Aiiffiwt U, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CANADIAN PACIFIC SPECIAL FARES TO Toronto, Ont AND RETURN LETHBRIDGE Via All Rail routo............ Via Lako and rail routo...... Dates of sale, August 22-28. Fin return limit, 30 days from dale i issue. For further apply t local agent. R. G. McNEILUE; District Paiienger Agen Calgary, Alta, COLEMAN HAS FEW MEN OUT OF WORK Coleman, Aug. telejihon linesmen have finished erecting th nond; Fred Bwing, Jjethfarldge; CJ Eckstorm, city; city Jas. Haazen, Antwerp, Belgium; Lev Harker, Magrath; Ray. Knight, H mond; Geo. Kerr, Lcthbridge; R. Lea, Coaldale; Geo; Lane, Calga IT. Lnsk, Okotoks; Meaks Bros Raymond; J. H. -McKenzie, Medicine Hat; P. L. J 13. Rirle, Daweon Bros. Coaldale; Arthur Perry, Cardston; R W. Pilling, Cardston; W. T. Passey Magrath; Chas. Slndlitiger, Magrath ,H. A. SliggitU Coaldale; E. Tees Lacoriibe; Wm. Watt, Magrath, B-esMes these there will be a large exhibit of dairy cattle of Bull and Sons of Brampton, Ont., who last year carried off a large mirtiber of prizes in the classes in which they exhibited here. The fair management believes that half .the battie In getting outside ex- hibitors Is in providing the accommo datioii for the stock, and this year they have added thirty feet to each of the nine stables. McNicol said today that there was not the least doubt but what every foot of; accommodation would be needed, and probably more. From an agricultural standpoint the Lethbridge fair this year is bound to be it success, and from other reports, there docs not seem to be any doubt, that the attractions will be such as to plense tho crowds, which are com- ing from every point in the south. PROTEST AGAINST NURSES' DISMISSAL Nelson, Aug. this meet- ing do-ea emphatically condemn the action of the Board of Directors of the hospital, In dihmlsulnp the eleven pupils nurses w thout was the text of a resolution passed tonight at n crowded public meeting called under the auspices of the Trades and Labor Counci'. Many wo- man were present at tho meeting, which passed the resolution unani- mously. GET READY m FOR FAIR WEEK Even if you're not going to appear in one of our Smart Fall Suits you'll certainly want to trim up with a New Hat, 'Shirt, Tie, a pair of Gloves, or something fresh in the Toggery Line. The Choice Things are Here NEW FALL SUITS In Fit-Reform, hand tailored; up -PROGRESS BRAND SUITS Our special Tallies Extra Special for Saturday only Any Two-piece Suit- in the housef for NEW HATS Stetson, '-Christie up The Geo, A. Slater Invictns' Shoes New Pall Styles and Cluett, Peabody and W. G. R. Shirts Price up Men's Negligee Shirts, special price 95c McKelvieTliA 2 M'sMcGuirt FALL WHEAT RUNS AS HIGH AS 40 BUS. To the Acre in the Milk River Grain Good too Milk'River, Aug. of inter wheat in this vicinity is quite cncral now and the returns arc con- dcrably belter than expected, the angu being from 25 to '10 bu'sliels. he harvest of spring wheat will e general by the first of noxt weak nd some very' large yields are ex- ec ted, considerable acreage is prom- ing from 30 to '10 bushels per acre. lax is an excellent crop and judging 0111 last year's returns we expect car of very fields yielding less lan 15 and any amount ot icm. will do somewhat better Uianj bushels per acre. Barley and oats i e also a most promising crop withj avy yields assured. The potato op as .veil vegetables is of n excellent quality and an abundant lanlity. Paul Madge and Won msi uircsneii T hours on a fifty-acre field of wtti- r which yielded 1510 bushels No. 1 AlblorU ,Hed, the Yellow cllow soparntor was kept busy homi- ng the grain from sis; teams on this The, Alberta Farming company aic busy delucring thru crop of bushels of winter .wheat to the eleva- tor. Daniel Ueery returned frohi a sever- al days' trip to Lethbridge. .1. M. Glendenning, of1 the Burns Co., was in iow.h on.his way-to the lancli west of Milk River. .11. .1. Qiiihn returned from u week's visit to Saskalclicwan points am! vcrj favorable on j (.he conditions loria good crop in the district vjsiied. TRAINS ARE HELD UP BY BUGS AND A. smallpox patient, his ?body cover- ed with marks of the disease, escaped from the Moreau street .'hospital, Montreal, clad only in a nightshirt and' with a blanket his head. A policeman braved invaction and" relumed'the "patient the 'hos- pital. Committee of CongrtH Attack PestB in South and i .'-v Washingfon, Aug. worms that stop railroad traiimfare- occupying the attention of tiouW committee on dgrlculture. tivo J. Thomas Heflfn of AtalMnu, eagerlv sought an appropriatloft to enable -Mr Wilson, secretary of agri- culture, to make a crusade agalnit the "army which he said waa stop- ping rail load trains and deetroylnc cotton plants In -bis Vtate. Heprebenlative Gilbert Nf Haugen, of lo'WR, snid he wlahed the secretary wcuW go after the grasshopper that got on the railroad jtracks in his in such numbers that 'the wheels slip- ped. He aleo wanted something to the uotato When Mr. Heflin and Secretary WH- committee there, was foaiiy- ah'ii'nniiidinte need of money with.which to attack (ha 'army worm1 the .committee recommended >n ap- propriation of ?5000 for that purpow. Painters' Supplies tinTy a u supplies Can supply private individuals or contractors WELLINGTON BROS. 613-IMh SI, 3. Mil ;