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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta BEAVER CREEK fee Racing And a Boxing Match At Night -News From Macleod Macleod, July F. W. G. Haultain spent a few days in Macleod and was .surprised to find such a change in the his last visit. Mr. Haultain, now of Retina Sask., was at one time a member of the old firm of Haultain, McKenzie 3-icNeill "_..-'' The Beaver Oeelc races, which for a few days visiting held yesterday were claimed by Mrs> c O'Brien. and the people in the town are sorry to see him going out of business. Mr. Baker will manage .business for j the new firm for a month, but that is quite undeciaed what he do, although he will remain in J Mrs- once o jand now of -Medicine Hat, is in town da all present to -be a grand success. The races were fast and exciting, notwith- standing the fact that most of the iiorses and horsemen of the district are the Calgary fair and races. In the evening, after the races, there was a minor prize fight between J. Hunter, of Beaver Creek, and L. Hutton. of Granum. The fight was refereed by Dr. W. W. Miiburn, of Macleod, and was won fcy Hunter in, the, seventh round. A subscrip- tion was taken up on the grounds, -which was given to the winner. The Macleod Supply Grocery busi- which has .been owned and con- ducted toy Mr. Chas. A. Baker, has been sold_to Freeman Morris, late of Manitoba, who will continue in tae .same line of 'business under the same name. Mr. Baker is one of Macleod's oldest aim most popular business men E, Wintemute, a farmer living eishr. miles south.of -Macleod, brought [a sample of spring wheat in to town to-day, winch was grown his farm and measured over, 3S inches. Tlie plants were still dark green and had not started to head out. yet. Mr. Wintemute states thac there are many farmers iin his district 'who have similar crops. The Departmental examinations for Standards VII. and VIII. are being held in the public school here. There are a large number of students from surrounding towns. The Macleod pupils are: Standard VII.; C. Bell. W. Langdon, F. Hollies, and Misses W. Patterson, P. Hull. P. McCarter and J. Parken. Standard VIII.: Miss J. Jackson. Mr. Brownlee. of Clares- holm, and Mr. J. McKay, of Xanton, are presiding. A MAGNIFICENT SUMMER RESORT. Andy Good Planning on Big Things at Crow's Nest. .Sad tales are sometimes told of mortals who journey to "the land be- yond the Great Divide, from which no traveller .but these stor- ies are neither pathetic nor true of travellers in the Crow's tney don't venture -ueyon-u the Div- ide, but stop right there at Andy Good's Summit Hotel, where the of man must indeed be num- erous to "fail of gratification to the full. Boating, fisnlng, hunting, mountain the pure, invig- orating, pine-scsnted air of the Rock- away the hours in the ____ big pavilion, taking life easy in one Spokane, July is every of the many Jaammocks on the moun- reason to .believe that Colonel tain side, back of the hotel, or watch-j dore Roosevelt -will open the fifth ing the 'many strange animals in An- j convention of the Dry Fanning Con- LIGHTNING STRUCK FENCE: STUNNED THREE PEOPLE. (Bow Island Review.; A peculiar accident occurred at Winnifred on Friday "of last week, when four cows, belonging to Frank Settle, which were tied to a wire fence while 'being milked, were knocked down by a flash of lightning. which ran along the fence. Mr. and Mrs. Settle, who were milking the cows were also knocked over fay the scoyte. Beyond a slight stiffness, however, no ill effects were sustained. The lightning took to the grass where the fence ended and started a prairie fire, which was soon extinguished. ROOSEVELT AT .DRY DRY FARMING CONGRESS dy's wolves, badgers. porcupines, lynx, mountain lions, eagles, fact, all s. pleasure seeker could desire. However, Mr. Good is planning on making the place a great summer re- sort, with big hotel, mineral -baths. gress in Spokane on October 3rd, and it is possible we also will have the honor of entertaining President if he can find time to make a trin to the northwest nest fall." Join T. Burns, secretary .of ;the Drj- Farming Congress, said this last amusement parks and pavilions, to- jnigHt upon receiving advices from St. gether with such other accessories j paui that the National Conservation usually found at -big resorts. TSese together with Nature's lavish expen- diture in this beauty spot of the Pass, will make it indeed an attractive place, Mr. Good will .be owner and. manager of the whole affair, and this will 'be a solid guarantee to all who know this man. a giant in stature, a hospitality a. hundredfold big-- ger than himself. Convention of which Gilford Pinchot, formerly United States forester, is president, probably will be postpon- ed until the latter part of September to give Mr. Roosevelt an opportunity to come to Spokane. BEGINS LARGEST POND LOST LAKE NEW-S. Lost Lake, July to Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Johnson. The stork made a. call on Monday morning and left them a little girl We are pleased to say that :both mother and daughter are doing well. John Johns and Jbe Guerton are gone to fetch the surveyors this way to-day. Owing to having all his pasture burned off, Mr. C. B. Strundberg has brought his wife and family into town We are pleased to see that Car- mangay has taken up the matter of getting water into the Little Bow. it is not only an inconvenience to peo- ple living near the river to .be with- ,out water, but to those travelling a long way. for their horses need water. I am sure that Mr. McLean, our mem- ber will do all he can in this matter without waiting for a petition. Mr. and Miss Parker and Clarence Koester spent July isr. at Canaangay. Mr. and Mrs. Almquist and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jd-eobson were also over that way on Julv 1st. Gallatin Valley Reservoir Greatest in Wond Bozeinan. Mont.. July on what will be the biggest reservoir in the United States and one of the greatest in the world is started on the south fork of the Madison river in Gallatin county, not far from the National Park. The Madison Reservoir and Irriga-' company is the promoting com- pany. It is proposed to dam the Mad- ison river, 'back the water up 15 miles and make a lake covering 14.000 acres and with 63 'miles of shoreline. The project is now employing 300 men under the supervision of J. Wal- lace, a constructive engineer of New York, It will take between three and four years to complete the job and the work will cost in the neighborhood of The Lethhridye Dally HeraM, Thursday. July Phone 1052 HILL'S THE BUSY STORE I WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE You Have a Rigk to Expect tke Best, at Hill's Both Goods and Se Eight out of Every Ten Women who have seen the values we are in Ladies' Dresses are the proud owners of the smartest and daintiest dresses ever brought to Lethbridgc. Princess Dresses In finest qual- ity Swiss ilulL lace panel down front, lace yoke, all-over luce sleeves, particularly g'ood styles for medium and small figures. Regular and 810.00." Sale Princess Dresses in many effec- tive styles, colors of mauve, pink, sky, white: lace and embroidery trimmings. All sizes in these beautiful models. Sale..- Misses Dresses in American school girl style, blue, brown, delf and linen-shades, for girls from 10 to 12 years old. Extra value at Special for this White Linen Suits in one style only: Three-but- toned tailored coat, plain gored shirt size's' for small only. Reg. and THAN ANY OTHER HADE IN CANADA., Wash Skirts Made from best quality Ameri- n Repp; all sizes. Special val- ues at and Wash Suits neatly trimmed with guipure medallions, colored repps and linens. Regular 4 4 flft and SIS. Sale price I Children's Dresses in white muslin, lace trimmed, fancy yoke tucked. Special at Children's Dresses in fancy check and stripe ging- hams; sizes to fit children from 2 to S years. Our spec 4 ial Price I oods ana service A GKA1VD OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE ON SHOJES Baby Shoes in half a dozen different styles; AvJiite tan, paic olue. soft soles 5Qc Children's Oxfords shoes Another lot of patent, leath- er and dongola strap slip- pers. Special values at to 25 Misses' Shoes Oxfords in the largest range in the city. See the special dongok 'Ed- ucator shoe at___J j 75 Ladies' Strap Slippers, best quality patent leather. French heels: all sizes. Eeo-- ular 13.50 75 ________- Empress cool lie-lit dongola oxford" patent tip, Cuban heel. All sizes. Special The P. C. Styles. Finest corsets on the market for wear and comfort. We have styles here to tit the most critical wearers. They come in short, medium and long styles. The new direc- toire models in Jight weight batiste are espec- ially good style. Hose supporters, on all cor- sets. Range of prices to 7Cr SUNSHADES A great collection of Women's Misses' and Chil- dren s Parasols. Fancy colored silks, embroid- ered linen, striped., checked and figured wash tops., fancy and plain handles. Our Special prices 75c 1.25 1.50 to WIS 500 POUNDS CHOICEST CEYLON TEA, BLENDED ESPECIALLY FOR THE HIGH CLASS TRADE. REG- ULAR 50c A POUND 35c READ THIS IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN GOOD FURNITURE _ Tomorrow WG extend to you a cordial invitation to inspect the finest col of leather upholstered easy chairs, davenports, TsoS brought to this city. Included in this shipment are iam new etS' diDing taWeS' makins in a11 a Collection Bying Your Friends-Come Early-Take the Elevator 100 CAKES OP TAYLOR'S BEST TOILET SOAP. 20 DIFFERENT PERFUMES. REGULAR 25c AND 30c BOX Attractive Offers from tke M en s Uept. Knitted Ties. NOT ?e ordinar-v crochet tie, but something new, worth easily 75c. Splendid color range......wU C TTnrlpfTT-firit. in a dozen different t_, ,_ weights, light wools, mixtures of wool and cotton, and porous knit underwear from ........................OUC Outing Shirts. and wool and fancy mohair materials. Collars attached. Special sale price .OU Odd Trousersin fancy mtxtures and plain black worsteds, nearly every size 4 in this lot. Sale Price I aOU Summer Socks in Hght weisllt cashmeres and Iisles, plain and fancy patterns Special Sale Price 50c co.....CUC Outins- Suits2 piece weight m tweeds and wor- steds, this-season's latest gft designs. Sale Children's Hatsin endless var letles. Specials at 75c, 50c and......OO C Unequalled litewear Values Snowy Undergar- ments that will sell on sight Underskirts ity, English cotton, deep frill of open em- broidery. Special sale C A Price I.OU Corset Covers of embroid- eresb. lawn and swiss materials, f.ull front, all sizes. Special Sale "7C Price lOC A special iot manufacturer's samples worth up to Sale Price DO C Children's Drawers rinit cotton, lace trimmed; all sizes. Also black drawers 00 C Night GoAvns 0 lace or embroidery Most large sizes. Special Sale Price I .wD Children's Waists Knit ted waists made by the Na- zareth Waist Co wO C sir materials, trimmed. Alberta's Greatest Store Redpath Street, Lethbridge HAS MAJORITY OF 311 Vermillion, July complete returns from Venciliion give Premier Sifton a majority of 3il over J. G. j Clark of Irma. the Conservative candi- j date. EXTRA LARGE HEN FRUIT. (Medicine Hat -News.) W. I. Warry -brought a number of very large hen eggs to Burdeil oa Tuesday. Several of the specimens, which were produced by some of his Plymouth Rock hens, weighed five each. One measured "DAMN" IS NOT PROFANE Two magistrates of St. George Out. recently gave out a decision that the word "damn" is not a pro- fane expression. Councillor. Almore LIABLE FOR THE S TENANT'S MORALS Landlord Indicted in Chicago for Leasing Suilding for Immoral Purposes Chicago, July Washington Por- real estate dealer and property owner, was indicted by the grand jury this afternoon on the charge of leas- ing property for immoral purposes. The indictment is unique according to attaches of the state's attorneys PaU6n WUh office' noft last week for Honey j when he arrived, and he decided un- Fails, Minn. Miss Rena Connor and friend, ot Warner, spent the week-end wit-h Miss Daisy Greenb. f Miss Moreland is able W be out again after a short illness. 15 j Several N this i j Wife Miss A, M. Johnston left Thurs- on (day for Calgary. this For table crystal purity and wonderfully ZZ "atten losing Const. Coleridge, of the R.X. W o rr LIHO ric TO -I-Ct'h bridge for a well-deserved promotion. He takes with the best wishes of the many friends whom he has marie during his twenty-two months' slay in Lalfc. He is being relieved by Lake Pilot. Const. Atmore quoted a twenty-five cent pocket dictionary as defining the ob- noxious word as profane, .Mr. Hartley stated that he had