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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pajre 10 THE LETHBRIDGE i)AILT HERALD Satiinlay. AiignHt 19.1011. -T Majestic Theatre 2 NIGHTS-MON. & TUE$. August 21 and 22 Boyle Woolfolk pmchts MAX in that nifty tong show "The Sunny Side Of Broadway" You saw Max in **A Winning MiM.** See him in this play by the same author. He*s better than ever Special Fair Attraction SPECIAL PRICES 50c-- 75c "$1.00-.$1.50 ' Moving � f^ictures. Advanced ' tly Vaudeville.; FAIR WEEK Commencing Monday, August 21 KOLA SIEGALOFFE'S Qt ARTETTE Singers .iiid D-, and then all would be over. Regarding Hail "Since you have asked me as re-Cards the hail," said Mr. Harris, "I Canada West for forty-tw6 years, hav-; may just state that I have experlenc Ing come liere in the year of '69 from Fort Benton, Montana. "The snowfall is no greater, the ed some old rippers in my day. I have seen the time when I would be compslled to leap from my cayuse, un- frost Is no keener, nor is the heat of |'� the day in our shlrt-Uloomfleld. 111., w-as tonight a-scer 1 sleeves. IT IS FOR. YdU To those who say that the Canadian government annuities scheme talned. Otto Hlllberg, of. Bemidjl, Minn., in company with the coroner, had been w-ritten by Cvndon In Hill "The above, of course, are excep-j of benefit to those only who, can take tional cases. As a rule, the period advantage of it while they are voung. ............................... �f summers was shorter than the] It may be pointed out that the 'Dene- weht tonight to find the name that �^ The dry seasons j fit Is equally as great for old people, berg's presence, they being tiiivellins i:?."'i"!"l!".!,!!!'!f^.^"?.�r^^"^"-''i'''he following example will Illustrate companions, although H"#lberg did not AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS! Wc Print on Post cards'or Paper-50r per doz. Films Developed-15c per roll. Eiila'r}>:ciiiciits Made All Work and Material Guaranteed. We carry the largest and most up-to-date stock of Photographia Goods In .Southern Alberta, The British & Colonial Photographic Co. Commercial Photographers, Importers and Dealers In Photographle Supplies, SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, know his partner's name. Condon was crushed to a pulp in thia accident, And his clothes did not give forth anything to' establtsh his Identity.  . ' AVITAOR HAS CLOSE CALL IN CHANNEL IX)ndon, August 18t^A. V, Morrison unsuccessful competitor in the circuit of Great Britain race, had a clpse call while attempting to cross the. English channel to France In a monoplane. T,wo miles out from land a mishap occurred to the machine which suddenly plunged it Into the sea. A boat reached the airman in time to rescue him from the rapidly sinking machine. the depth of rainfall would Increase year by year until the limit would be reached, when it would start to recede again. I have seen those rainy seasons come on In a space of three years, to such an extent that one summer the Belly River rose twenty-seven feel in three days. For the most part this. A widow 75 years of age who had been spending a portion of her capital each year (which was deposited in Hie post office savings The barns of Colin Carpenter, near Hamilton, valued at $4,00((, have bankl as we'll as" the IntereBtrfoimd''''^^'^'V"! l>y 'ire to her horror that she had hut $l,=iOn I left. She was without relativeo, and 1 The Wihtrcal Canadian Cluh will c,ivc a diiuifr to .-Vdmiral Togo oa .Monrlav, .Aiieust 31. 6Contains Sis Patriotic g% Selections, all on On* n DiM ^ " PRICE $1.00 " THE NEEDLE SELECTS TBE TUNE HEAR IT AT THE NEAREST VICTOR-BERLINER DEALER'S Berliner Gram-o-phoBe Co./Limited Montreal The above record 18 now on sale at The Mason Risch Co. Dominion Block Letkbrid);e AMERICAN REPORT ON THE WORLD'S CROPS Washington. D. C, Aug. 15.-The foreign crop report for July was la-sued today by the department of agriculture. In Western Canada spring wheat prospects appear to have maintained �xcellent promises. Conditions at the end of .luly for the whole of Canada are given at 50 against 77 last year. The total yield of winter wheat is Estimated at 17,706,000 bushels compared with 16,610,000 In 1910, The C'sreal harveit In Europe on August 1st have reached the latitude of the. British Isle�.. , In the west it w*3 from one to three weeks early and In the east from two to three weeks late. The total crop Is not likely to equal last year. Argentine and Chile, where there are autumn sown cPODB, are now posslng through mild winters. Weather conditions are reported favorable and Indication! point for a good yield of whea�, onli and flaxseed. India weather conditions have been untowv