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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta M>rlj?csi1?iy. Tnly 5. 1011 THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If yon am inlcreslad in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us slioAv 3'ou maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F.C. Lowes & Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager ' Page 3 PREPARE FOR BIG AVIATION EVENT Look This Up Lota in Block 23, DufT Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at $305 each R. V. GIBBONS & CO. f hon* 1191 Oil �leak FOR SALE On stmlght Crop Tayment Plan, 480 acres, I 1-2 miles from Neldp�th Switch. 4 miles northpast of Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 12-12-21. 320 acres partially Improved. You will have to hurry. O. T. LATHROP .WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. Plans in rcKiirrt to lOIv's aviation cxhiliitinn here, tdok tlciinilc .sliniic yesterday iiflcruoon, iil a ^icctiiiR of tliosr inli'ri'slcd, lii'lil in Miivnr Adiiin's oflice. 11 was drcidcil tii hold Ihu hig dunce iiiid llie I nd-m.-'ii's (lights thrdiiKli lliP iiir on ''riil.iy,  luly M, and Hohi. .Sace and .1. L, Manwaring were iippnintcd a com-niillee to have cliarn'' orts program was proceeded with, consist-''Bjing of foot races chiefly. There was no provision tnade to keep back the crowd and the races could be seen by the few in front [only. An Elxperience Which Should Prove Valuable to Farnners W. .1. Lloyd, of the Imperial Development t:o., was in the city Monday and In conversation with o '1'. Lnthrop, he said that before the rains of last week they had cut 75 acres of alfalfa on the Fairlleld farm farm live miles sotith of the city, 'ust before the rain they had coiled the alfalfa up in siimII hunches to cure for a day or two before stackltig. Then the rain came on, and lasted for a week.- Mr. Lloyd said he was sure that the whole crop would he entirely ruitied, but to his great surprise It came through wilh hardly n bit of datuage, and all but the outside of the coils is as fine and green as ever. The total amount of loss on the 7,t acres will be more tJian made tip by the good sustained hy 10 acres of wheat on nccotint of the rain. Men are busy today spreading the alfalfa otit to the sun and it will be stacked itntnediatcly. Mr. Lathrop said it was a revelation to him that alfalfa could come throitgh such a wet spell without being totally ruined. 'Phis is something which should he remembered by farmers who grow alfalfa, as it may save them a great deal oi toss in ftittire. The (irst alfalfa crop will be all cut and stacked this week and the weather is such that the .second cut promises to be even better than the first. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACKE GARDEN TRACTS. I 30-ACRE GARDEN TRAt 1. I 40-ACRE GARDEN TRAC1. THESE are all Irrigated and no-nrer the city than any other tracts, and we gunrnnteo them PERKF.CT. We are the first biiyers of irrl-entcd land to sub-divide and our prices are $30.00 cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you Intend to Improve the property. We also own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage tnd chicken sheds located in the city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL & HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge When the baseball started It was very Interesting, the play was close it being anybody's game till the final happy strike wliicii put the Cardston . hoys one run to the good. Score r> i to 6 in favor of Cardston. .\ grand ball was given in the evening and was well attended. (July 4th) Carditon Day There was a big delegation up from Magrath and a great many people from the surrounding country to wlt-jness the sports yesterday afternoon. The gate receipts mitst have been the best nf the season at Cardston. The races ami lug-of-war between teams from the bliicksmiths and the carpenters, weie preliminaries, the first named wiiiiiiiig In the "tug" but these were of minor interest to the |ball game. Lethbridge inailo an easy killing the score being S to 3 in their favor. Cardslon sports dropped something i| is said, and certainly Cardston peo- .........______ .pie thought tlu' home team should Song of the Nations" was retidered 'drop an over aliundance of "Invigorat-with good effect by the Glee Club,-lor" when It cnnios to playing good Misses lilt.i Dowdle and .leunio jball or any oilu'r game. Thompson, sopranos; Misses Ida Arch- | Tbr aulonioliik' races did not fill ibald and Mabel llenson, contraltos; lUnd the luoion ycles. failed to come and -Messrs A. IX Cure and Scott !oul, the advertised program' came Brown, tenors; .Messrs. .L F. Laynojvery short-committees please take and L. W. Swaine, basses. The inotice. number was deservedly encored, the To get our friondB to visit our cele-rosponso being "Come Where the Lll- brations, the ailvortiaed programme Ics Bloom." shotild bo carried out. TAFT TALKS ABOUT WHEAT Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 {t. on Srd Avenue (RedpatK Street). Price $21,000. Terms ASQUITH & LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 Indianapolis, Ind., July In tlie course of his speech, Mr. Taft here tonight touched on the eft'ect of reciprocity on wheal prices to the farm lirs of both countries. He said in part : "It may be that the free admissioti of wheat from the Cnited .Slates into Canada will reduce to some exMent tlie price to the Canadian fnnrier, htit it will not decrease the price paid to the American farmer for his wheat. ,,................ ,ii,,uraiiy come "Diversion from Hritish and Kiiro-1 from the I'nited .States, thus enlarg-pean tiiarkets to the markets of tlio Ing our dwii foreign oiitlnt for these I'tiited States oottP*g^ ENGINES and "Yellow FeBow" Separators Onlv T iiderinountod Traction Engine on the market. Brackets bolted to Steel Frame-not Boiler. I^sts Longer, Is More Powerftil and Eafiler to Handle than Topmounted Engines. ___ Avery "Yellow ret. ^�^�����^��^011^ Separators at* ^^^^^^^^^SgP^^^^^^ Money Makers for iBB|^^BB^^H|^^^^^^B^^^^ Threehermen ^^�^^^^�^^^^^^^Kj^^^l^^^^^ Grain BaTers ^^^^^J^^B^^SS^^^^^^^^^^Hb Farmers. M^BH|[^^Hi^^BBMS^-n�!L^ strong- "  Wairantlea erer , ^V/iVy iSur .  given by any maait* ' facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent Money to Loan on Improved Farms n 2 lots Block L, $350 each, terms ullOUS*^ lots on water, Duff Addition, $390 llllll|IU each, cash 3 spur track lots, $2,500 each W. M. Harris Dominion Block Fire Insurance :-: Phone 1367 if FOR SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms, furnace and conveniences, workahop and storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded by fenc� and shade trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lota 127 ft. front-age; on ir>th Street South; a good buy; |5500, $1500, balance 4 years or IfiOOO cash. Apply to owner, at SIS^ISTH STREET SOUTH 7f Half Section close to Ba^ ons, good building,-fenced, 70 acres in crop. Price $26.00 per acre, for a short time. Half Section three miles from Stirling, raw land. Only $20.00 per acre. Three-fourth Section, 12 miles from Stirling, first class raw land, $13.00 per acre, 5 years time. F"or further information Inquire of us. The Casfiiden Land Co. MACOONALD BLOCK. JJ A BIG BOOM Is now coming on. Property Is going to advance rapidly. I have 2,000 acres of land adjoining the town of Macleod. Come at once and get the benefit of the advance. J. L. Workman Box 97, Macleod, Alta. A Snap In Inside Property _   ( Money to Loan on Improved Farm and City Property ^ H.J.H.Skeith Phone ms Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sweet Valley, ended In a win for the former, the score being 5 to 3. In the evening an enjoyable dance was held In the Opera House, and this brought the day's proceedings to a close. POISONING CASE AT MONTREAL \rontreal, .Tuly -Beatrice, the two-year-old daughter of Win. Pols, young street, died this morning from the effects of ptomaine poisoning. The whole family was prostrated yesterday. It Is supposed from the effects of eating cabbage. The rest o( the family are recovering. REAL SNAP 8 roomed modem bungalow on 37 1-2 feet, 6th St. 8. between 5th and 6th Aves. S. PRICE-93400, Further particulars at H.J.H.Skeith Phone 1343. Office opp. AlaM-andra Hotel. The forest fires which wei� raging In Ontario are now under control, with a loss of $20,000 excluaive ot standing timber. SUMMER EXCURSIONS Voii ran piirchaan round (rio eiouraion tickota at greatly reduced (ares, every day until 8over� allow*! at all point.. No .Id^ trip, neoewary to vltw tlia .Moiiry, it can b* Hfieu from >lie train. Standard and Tourlit Sleeping Cera and Dining Cere . on all triuna, affordini all thu comfort.^ of homo. For enmplpta inforniution, fftrea and lickfta apply to any CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKET AGENT or wrilo to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Putenier Afeat, Calgary, Alberta ;