Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
fAGE SIX TH-E LETHBRIDGC DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1909. Needed Money is FARMERS TO VISIT j LETHBCIDGE FARM! Department Of Agriculture Will Conduct Ex- cursions I Oust as we expected, when we said "Money-Raising Sale a lot of people answered, When Sadowski's prices are cut you can bank on them being away down." In consequence many men have presented themselves with a new outfit at a figure that made them chuckle. The goods are new and thoroughly up-to-date Suit Yourself with .one of our suits, and finish the job by .getting a complete new outfit of everything men wear You'll Never Have a Better Chance WILLIAM SADOWSKI Gents' Furnisher Beside Bunk of Commerce DISSATISFIED WITH BUDGET Two Members of British Government Hand in Their Resignations London. June resignations of two members of the Government were announced tonight. Ostensibly they were handed in on account of ill-health, but it is believed they were partly due to the disapproval of Mr. Lloyd-George's budget. Lord Fitz- niattrice, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, is succeeded by Mr. j Herbert Louis Samuel, Under-Secre- j tary for Home Affairs, who thus is promoted to Cabinet rant. The other resignation is that of Mr. Thomas R. Edmonton. July Alberta IV- j purinifnt "i Agriculture lias under- i takt'ii a siciu'jiu1 to the farmer? j of thit pr-'vhiCv TO become better ac- quainted with the work that is being for Alberta agriculture. This 15 to be dune by a to the Domin- ion Experimental Farm? at Laconibe and Lethbridge. These farms have been established for years aud in that time have made good progress, j but no particular opportunity ha? been given farmers to be conversant j with the results which have attended The excursion to Laconibe will be j on Julv 20. Trains will leave Strath- i i i euna at 8.45 a.m. Extra co-aches are to I be supplied on the regular Stettler train. On the Wetaskiwiu branch there will be a rate of one fare and I one-third plus from Wetaskiwin tu Lacombe, returning with this train to Wetaskiwin the same evening, i An excursion run from Cai- gary to La combe, on the same date, leaving at 6.45 a. m.. returning from j Lacombe the same evening at 6.30 p. m. These trains will leave La- comb'.' on the return trip about 7 p. j m. the same evening. j A special train will be run from Calgary to Lethbridare vn July 23rd, leaving Calgary at 5 a. m. A fare j and one-third will be given the reg- ular train from Crow's Xe-st to Leth- bridge, and on the A. R. I. Kail- j way from Coutts leaving July i and returning on the 24th. The superintendent- of the experi- i mental Farms will have several to act a; guides, explaining people the various matters of interest to be found on the farms. Sru-rt addresses will also be delivered. The di-part- j ment advise.? people to bring their; lunch baskets as the farms are local- j ed at some little distance from the I .towns. Hot water Trill- be provided i free of charge. It is he-pod that the people of the province and partic- i ularly the farmers, will lake advan-1 tage of the cheap excursion rates to visit these farms. i Government Field Agents The apDC'intment of ____ i neiu agt-nts by trie pr-- vaneia; depart- An important addition to the large. men.: of agriculture marks a new de OPEN BRANCH IN WEST Dominion Securities Company Will Have N. B. Stark as Western Manager eastern institutions having their ownlparture in connection with education representatives in the west is being al and in the rural made this week, by the opening of a I and ur.organized connnunitirs of :he new office in Winnipeg by the Domin- ion Securities Corporation Limited. This company is well known as be- ing the largest- dealers in Canada in Buchanan, Parliamentary to the India Office. Secretary Lcthbrldge will soon have the visit of Tom Watts, the great English Li- brarian. 164-0 Lota 1, 2, 3, Block 2 Riverview The best buy in the city These three corner lots on Brunton Street at Lot 15 Block 19 Redpath St. Price TERMS-0.ue-third cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Suites of offices to rent in the Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Money to loan on close-in residential and business property at current rates Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261' j u i' d andi and -vears had mem pr'.vince, The of -eightef-n capable j ake certain district? 01 save a en who will the province i 3 the better-! of agricultural conditions, j in Toronto, which is the deaTMGH j They are men thoroughly acquainted in Toronto, which is the head office, i with all the acts and "ordinances un- i Montreal and London, Eng. j der the jurisdiction of the department! The rapid growth of Western Can- j and will undertake to make the farm-! ada has necessitated further exten- ers more familiar with sion and the Winnipeg office is the These ordinances include the agricul- result. This office has secured attrac- j tural societies ordinance, fire and tive quarters in the Canada Life Build game, fencing, herding and stock in- ing, Corner Of Main St. and Portage i spection ordinances. Avenue, and will be under the man-} These government agents will also] agement of Mr. Norman B. Stark. j take the place of the old weed inspec- j Although still a young man, Mr. j tors who were very numerous through] Stark has had an extensive experience j out the province and sometimes did j in the bond business, which fact well! not understand the nature of their I fits him for his new position. After duties. The agents will visit the crop Good buys in North Ward houses and lots Small cash payment and easy terms Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 290 Five sections steam plow land, four miles from Chin, per acre up. Four sections four miles north Taber, 114.00 to S17.00 per acre w Several good buys on new Calgary line close to new towns f Freeman, Macleod Graham 4 being connected with the accounting correspondents in the crop districts and sales department in the head and will give them instructions as to office for two years, Mr. Stark was ap- j what features to embody in their pointed secretary of the Montreal of- j bi-monthly reports. They will fice. This position he occupied for'meetings in the outlying district three years, when he wa5 transferred i where it is found impossible to to Toronto to assume charge of the institute meetings in the winter ilr.'- Municipal Purchasing Department, j and will lecture on the destruction ,f This position occasioned considerable weeds on the farm and on ether travelling through Western Canada J jects of institute work. and when the Winnipeg office was de-'________________: cided upon Mr. Stark was given the! THE CANNERIES AT appointment. MEDICINE HAT, The territory included under Mr. _____ jSiark's supervision is from the Great! Hat i Lakes t0 the Pacific Coast, and while! the of the purchasing of high grade Western couragement we can find for our read-! will at the present time ers this week is in noting ad- lorm the mam work of the Winnipeg vancement made in the affairs of the office a selling connection may also j be established Mngibl the work of Dunn? the last few month.. The; re-organization has been procwlwJ Dominion becunties Corporation Li- under the direction of Mr. Flow- mited have handled considerable quan er, the finances have been adjusted! the directorate has been re-j >V n awnrcl" I arranged, and the concern's affairs! a lunher j put in a pogitibn thAy i pe.'il more strongly to the. sharehold- j ers dnd the investing public. The f looseners in management has beon! tightened up. and if it is possible to 1 make good the advances of the share- holders, it will be done under Mr. Flower's direction. It now looks very much as if we would see the concern operating this year, probably in a small way at first. Medicine Hat people can expect that the company will look to the city to carry out its obligations to the company, the vetoing of some of which obligations by, the city had a crippling effect upon the company's progress. In a letter from Winnipeg wo art: informed that "everything is now in first class shape. Mr. Flower left Winnipeg on the 14th jnst., for Lon- don, England, for the purpose of se- curing the capital necessary bofore operations can be commenced, and if he is successful our plant should bo working at early date." HUDSON'S BAY CO. SPECIALS One car good sound POTMTOSS Picked over, per 100 Ibs., per ton Fresh Strawberries Every day at the lowest market price The Preserving Season has arrived. The LATEST PATENT TOP SEALERS Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons A big shipment of Life Buoy, and Monkey Brand, all at 5c. per cake Ladies Department Special Sale in Ladies1 Coats, Striped, Covert and Cravenette Regular for Regular for Regular 8.75 for 7.00 Regular 18 00 for 17.25 Regular for A clearance of Ladies' Blouses, and values Royal Worcester Princess Hip, and all the latest styles, per pair. to The famous B. C. Ladies Dressing wiite with handkerchief collar and cuffs. The very thing for summer wear. Beg-olar price, Now Dressing embroidered'collars and belt effect. Regular For.......... Children's Department Children's Lawn Organdies and Mull. Made in -Mother Hubbard and French dresses, also with the Dutch yokes. Each, from-----.....................................90c to Children's Wash all colors of Duck and English Galatea and Linens. For boys and girls. Eaci.....................................................................35o, 45o and 50c Men's Department A Lot of Choice Patterns of Cambric each. Reduced to clear Lawn Tennis Outing Comfort Ceylon Flannel stripe Silk Striped Outing Shirt HAT SPECIALTIES Men's Fine Straw Hats .......................Each .............................75c to Men's Boater Hats ............................From Zephyr Cloth Hygenic Hats....................Each Waterproof Hats ..............................Each ......................................750 White Linen Hats ............................Each .....................................65c Men's Fedora all Men's Fancy with dots or stripes. .Each to Men's Black Alpacca Sizes.......... .Each.................................7 MENS SUITS Men's Tweed, striped patterns .....Regular for Men's Two-Plece Summer Suits................Regular for Men's Blue Serge Single and Double Breasted... .Regular for .......................SlS.M HUDSON'S BAY CO.