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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFTliBRiPflE DAILY HERALD -AT- Why Women Should Vote Because more careful than the Stafford Agnew Company 'opposite sex., of inviting-all the :W in Letlibridge and. surrounding i J xl. "7 nAlric' 'drtarinl district to.-" attend the LMuieS opeuui LJUI Friday and Saturday tnis T iV -j I 1 _ at 'better they save up. for" a" "rainy anil .that da y K4i rie W Coif or the gentle I1 i J 1 'To mate tKis'a long -and that- day v ,7 our than prices Don't'miss tKis; 1_- ll-' J.- .WA. II Trl OtTTl sex to L: i o.i-r I at wholesale: cost :r I Stafford-Agnew Company will pay street car fare to any purchas- er, big or small, Fri- day and Saturday of this week; 1000 street car tickets bought for the; occasion. Car tickets will be given out to each purchaser, so don't fear, we will have plenty. jCardston's Ex- hibition Took Rank With Best Steamship (Continued from troat we'll take care of Stafford-Agnew Co. y" L Friday and1 Saturday Help make tnh ireatert bargain of -V Kyery re-marked low- I er'thkn special oc- Ways' Leave -Your No PI i, Hnb- GALORiE ATN- Staff lOc .WILL BUY Whips, Pot' AYashers, Toaatere Cups, .Potato 'Machine Moij Mugs, Heathe'rTSerubs. 5 Haag- en, Salt and SKalp yStove BASTING SPOON'S, TIN OR EN- AMEL; MRS. POTT'S I_RON HANDLES; .--CAKE TURNER; VEGETABLE GRATERS, PAIN.TS BF.USHES.. indoor! Clothes'Lines, Ve- geU We .Bnishef, Milk ".kinds. Cake Cattery -Natmejs. Gralers, Reimember we Iowa, Dost Clothes, Lemon Liquid Vepeer, Polish Cleaner. 500 Party We expect 500 ladies to visit our store each day. _ Tniinps Mr. Stafford, has fnimrjed all prices in Lethbridjre, by cutting his prices'to. cost Co. h a.T e. clean Hy. Price haVicg discharged .him 'from. car i I 1- rit to Numerous; to Men- Board the First Vegetables One would surely thiui the veje- .aliki ihovn at tbis fair xvere. groiui i under imgativD. Bui not so. Smithing ivas'grc oa "dry and to call the show- ing marvellous, would nut te half ex- prcsbing it. 'Over foity different kinds of 'tables were, shoun, all being rcmark- ia'ole lor bize and quality. Itcl gdidening promises to be an in-; jduslry of great lalue to the Jis- ;.tnct. I The Cardston Women's iustitule has given the industry great impetus 'and encouragement. The largest ei- 'hi'bilors were: "Edward Kirk. H. J. .liovdeu, J. A. Hammer and H. Biaciinore. Grains and Grasses Arthur Kerrey's-showing of grass- es would thinVthsy in California. His hrbme. grass, tim- othy, wheat and uarley took firsts al lUraiidon, this'jear, sohad no trouble :in cleaning up here. Nearly every Iknonn cultivated grass repie- !sentcd, ami all were'grown on dry. iland. 1'errey says.tbiir.everyone 'cau be grown with ease, a'ad every- 'oce is cseellent stock food, so there :is absolutely no limit" to- tot lire- 'stock possibilities of "the' dislrict. i The ciliibit contained four diGerent ikir.ds of clover, alfalfa, brome grass, rye grass, Johnson .grass, alsike, fescue, j Competition In this class was.keen, for Frank Leavitt, L'eaTittj had an reniarkable "showing, and won the- firsts" for .alfalfa and shtat 1 barley.- I j! If I'errey is, the champion tame, 'grass groiver, Frank.Leantt the belt for the' "growing.' of '.wild grasses.. liesjdes 'a of-pr.e. ex- hibits of lame grasses, he'Eliowed 13 which 'are. good producers-'of .-lie -'might also fake iarae. pi allalfa'kink of'the" has I 'p'rp' i I.-- alt.' I i IjAyrslmc IUIIK and i. i "or C, P, R. Depot Met Office lita. 'C.P.R. Koyal Mail Sfeamera Allan Line, Royal Mail Steamers. White Slar New York UK! Canadian Service. Cunard Line, New York and Canadian Service North German Lloyd, New- York, Baltimore Hamburg American LJH Leyiarid Line. Anchor Line Donaldson Line Can.. Northern Royal Sfeamers "Austre-Arneraa Service RussiantAmerjcan Scandinavian-American' I 'rrAhd ail "other 'Special mil fn tion with all Bold at bur office. without .extra- charse.- reobrU 'o( 'tie'various' itiimshlps neuiac porit received-daily. anl i -Sailings mnllei.lo.ur addraia. S B. Mi TV HELL, T'lif" A.'. te tidii i.' -i'ijlyv-r'i HeaVy; _ D rtv I 1 A ten" i A" graden everywhere> 11' CAN VOl BEAT IT? Reg. Cu Bon' Bon i -l i 'fr shipexofvitMirt, 'dirtiTiorii chib..and Hi ifiii r.-.We -j iath Room V- Now .ia.'tlie Time bars. -J1-' J.9p' Bars'." JBracket-Soap VALL SILVER dini? I 'Crnmi Includini? kettle -Sm oking marked vm lower thaii t .Millifaa'i PainU made for a few on ami Hw of jronr r! J Use pur store, a'meeting a. pi: :J- Free ose'of. Phoney Y V, v-.-x.f IT Fit iwitam: i is MAKINO. 3" We' promise that-we. will We "ahCpractidJly, the" oaly firm'in VVc no compriilion. Our V Inn- Civ-'.ded. he uti.'.r 'c'tf i I i i_ :fc ._.._, u ia- I >E :l''" :.'.''4r. from all I :'IK'- .x I'M P- Jl .1: ?A' 1 .'Mp-.n I I a I1' 'i-J ilurr U HtU. JM; i iar.' pn'r'thejoi? ibid originalri.i'.i Ion' travqitMrr" I'.r ...-'I I. i I V.Vr. -I r1' ,i'.k r 'M l" j l u! !i U> i-'fwni Mm r nouiiMUxIwi at GoM -v a.'.iY DOOR MATSb-At low-! er than r' Now 85C. Muddy weather Will be; .litre...- and We Pay Your Car Fare Both i ,c i> SoeceMortoJ U Curm (Irrt 16 jti eihiWCi L.. waid u i -i -nil a w ifffAm mf iTjll. M the iiteck TV by J. H Him- of __...I. __ Hriiao. "rf 1'irmrlT 'ilffmBX clw 'ptfllo In ciairr T_, I'U nra kl ul !br fHitiea. .fWM tt te bar ail 315 Fnctkai Him Sber For CM- ;