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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Any. 22, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD a Bocth at .the Fair, Or a House If So, We Are After Your Meat Orders for Fair Week We have made preparation for for these in Quality, Quantity and Variety of Meats. All this meat' was bought on the hoof for cash. It will be dressed in our up-to- date Slaughter-house where it is handled in the most cleanly manner possible, and it will be chilled immedia- tely after killing. This puts us in a position to serve you with ttie very .best meats obtainable in the West. If you want Cooked or Smoked Meats we have the best. Our Brookfield Butter is the best in Alberta. Our Eggs are guaranteed to be strictly fresh. PHONE 452 Del any A Tip to Fair Visitors If you want a photograph photo possessing; indi- studio. Your work will -be given experienced and scientific treatment. Pictures of babies especially require knowledge' of the' of photography, In their cutest for years. Our photofe become prized rcniem-, brauces of bubyhc tod days hi years to come. 1 Successors to Jorgenspn .Bros. S-'tudlo 3rd Am beside Baptist Church You can make one scut- tle of coal do .the work of two and do it I better by installing beat range in your kitchen. NOT SO MANY BRITISHERS COMING Ottawa, Aug. the first three months of tlie fiscal your, com- mencing April, there him 'been u alight decrease; In British immf grit t ion, au compared with the movement for the corresponding period of last "year, ac- companied by quite a decided increase from the Continental countries and from the United States. Thy total arrivals from all countries show an Increase of over over last year's figures for the same per- iod. The estimated figure of by the Department for the complete fiscal year of 1012-1913, appears very llltoly to be realized, for the first three months of the year the total arrivals being as compared with 118 last year. Divided into three classes, British, Continental, etc., and United States, the compared figures for the first three months of this and last year, are as follows: British, for April, May and June of the present year, as compared with -for tlie corresponding iod last year, or a decrease of Continental, etc., for the present as compared with for the corresponding period last year" or an increase of United States, for the present year, as compared with for the corresponding period last year, or an increase of Despite, the steady increase of ar- rivals from Continental countries, the demand for labor for railway construc- tion continues to outrun the supply. One ot the chief reasons given for this is the fact that the Austrians and Poluck arrivals who formerly were content to engage in such work for a dally wage a-re beginning to realize from the experience of the forerun- ners from their country that they can dp better tilling the soil. A greater proportion than formerly are now tak- ing up land for agricultural purposes. tfootenay PUMPING OUTFIT AS PRIZE The Reason Why You put into every article .you experience, knowledge and skill. .We have put into Alberta's Best Baking; Powder our saprernest effort. If youi' exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in'its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniform ly excellent, and invariably certain in results. ALBIipN RIDGE By Thurstfary the hum the bin- ders fce (heard ,ln many 'of the fields at Alb Ion Ridge. The contag- ion of "gettir ig ready" la already am- ong us. Mr. Diamond City, preach- ed tho serin pn{ at Albion Ridge last Sunday nion ling. At -the close of the F-arvice, 13. .Johnson and" Cliua. Blue were 'aupoli ited society representa- tives to in conjtinction with the 1 Quarterly Board. A business meeting followed. The of the envelope system unanimous support. The meeting on Friday was a suc- cess. The men dug the post holas for a cemetery. and then repaired to the school house for lunch, during which they "were entertained with music from Mrs. Stewart's grapho- phone. Valuable Equipment that Will Meet the Conditions of Almost Every Farmer's Farm For the best collective exhibit made by one farmer of his products in the form of a district exhibit, but every- thing to have been grown on his own land, will be a'ward-ed one of the most valuable that is offered at the International Dry-Farmed Prod- ucts Exposition, In ordor to encour- age more diversified displaytoy farm- ers.in1 their individual" work, the position committee lias made'a spec- ial class for such an exhibit and has arranged lo provide free space to every farmer who desires to exhibit, and they have assigned as a prize a Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine and pump outfit. This equipment which will consist of a two h.p. evaporator tank engine on wood base and handy pump jack, a 357R Goulds pump head '4 x 18, a 1235 'brass line Gould cylinder, 100 feet of two inch galvanized pipe, and 100 feet of wood pump rod. This equipment will be delivered f.o.b. at the city where the Company has a warehouse nearest 'to the point where the winner is located, either in the United States or Can- ada, and the equipment will be varied slightly-to the conditions of the winner's provided it does not entail .too great, an expense. The outfit will have a capacity of about 1000 gallons per hour and should meet the requirements of near- ly every dry-farm or on the continent. Farmer! you wish to make your Nickles and Dimes do Dollar Service! If so, call at ORE, For; Tiimarc.. Enamelware, Hardware and House Crockery and'Chiim ware, Dry Goods, and i-.