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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, FROOAY, -JULY I, IM9. Madame Delmar THE CELEBRATED PALMIST AND ASROLOGER VISITS LEHBRIDGE Your life, revealed by the hand. What she tells you comes true. She sives -advice on all affairs of life. If you an? in or in doubt concerning some important matter, call and consult her at once. It will cost you nothing unless you atre perfectly satisfied with what she tells you. CROPS VERY GOOD AROUND NANTON I lag iu the Calgary Exhibition. A jlrtrye number from Xanton intond go- ling to Lethb'ridge during the cheap excursion to see the experimental Farmers Confident Of a Bountiful Harvest Canton, July 8--There _ lor prosperity this full and !oast_ ha? ft und the big bridge. There ;s scarcely any failure- in the fall wheat among the foothills to the jwest of Ntmton. Spring wheat and .oats to the east of here are in spleu- jdki condition. j Wm. Robertson, Dominion laud 'agent and town clerk, has about SO acres of oats about ten miles east of j Xanton. The oats are a beautiful (growth are near K- all headed out are good Jas_ McKiniOVt who ,ives 05 miles Qf about _0 acreg Qf winter around Xanton. The crops in the surrounding district give promise ,spring wheat heading out and in recent io know and "never asks questions. Prices reasonable and within reach of alL daily from 10 a.m. to 9 SHEPARD BLOCK Next to Alexandra Cafe J A L. I 0 a good yleldJas- Creek, July super-j ir-.teiidt'iu of the- Alberta Sunday; School Association, Mr. Kenny, wiil i ------___ Alspach also has 'address meetings next Sunday to the! i 70 acres of fall wheat which is head- children and iu Hunter's i 'at 4 o'clock and at the Presbyterian i church in the evening. j Among those from Pincher Creek i who visited the Calgary Exhibition I led out. Spring wheat is also grow- CARNIVAL QUEEN CONTEST i -my fast. Settlers arc getting ready The unique contest for the most! j-or haying. Timothy is already two popular lady of Lethbridge as queen ioct high' and wild' lowland hay of the carnival and the prize Of a Over eighteen inches higrh. ..H'here the beautiful solitaire diamond ring now j upland grass is not pastured it is'per, Breckenridge. on exhibition in C. Ross Tate's win-1also a good height. This part of the 'son and dow, was opened yesterday. i country never lias had any hail to do The prize is given by the Brown i any harm. The went rains hav this werk were Messrs. Gordon, Forster. i Amusement Co. and the C- W. Parker I brighit-ueu up the crops which, how- 'city team. Our cricket club goes TO Lethbridge Saiurdav to try conclusions wTTn a sho- -H war. co wore not. suffering. Farmers are doing all the breaking they can. They started right 'after .seeding and have kept busy and will kei-p busy till haying and harvest are on. XV. JR. Hull sold his ranc-h some time -ago. It is being broken up this summer. The contract has bc-en. let I to Tinner and Fletcher for two thou- 'sand acres of breaking. '...The Coughliu Kanch Co.. to the northwest of Xanton, has about 1.- I 200 acres broken. They used a steam san-.nle wheat if to it Braneff and Harw 'od's, I which measuivrs 3? inches. The sam- ple i? from A. Freebairn's farm. west Oi town. I One gent it-man Who visited Cai- this we-k declares that the crops i- the Pinclier Creek district- are ahead of any he saw beiweon here and thai ambitious city. The Crown Li.e Assurance Co., of; Toronto has established a branch here with Mr. A. C. Kemmis as solicitor' AWFtTLLY DIFFICULT to Mch is sweetest! So delightfully fresh and pure! You can "eo it lind" through our long list of SUPERB CONFECTIONERY nd come out a winner every time. uritv and Perfection, boxed and by the pound. What's your order? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists id G. D. Plunkett as appraiser j plow for breaking, and used about Edith Hall, of Cranbrook, who j thirty of horses and six discs i has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs.; to work up the ground. They disked jHurtfiel for some week? past, left for i jit six: times and have it worked up jher home on Wednesday. On the even-; say shape ready for the seeding j prior to her departure a party was j of fall wheat. They have seed al-; given in Miss Hall's honor, at which i lU'V ready purchased and will start niost enjoyable time was spent. j ing: on July 20fch. I I: appears now that the projected; In the peace school district about j railway from here to the Montana j fifteen miles north east of Xanton j boundary, which a few weeks ago I the crops are very good. Spring i caused considerable interest, if not wheat is is. the shot blade and will j excitement, is liable to become a bona be headed out in about a week. Oats issue. -The American capitalists are about eighteen inches high and j w'no are behind the venture. have i will soon be headed out. All the !beon difficult to locate, one being in j grain is of a good healthy color. There have been fine showers inter- spersed with bright sunshine. "SVliere New York, another in Chicago, still another in Spokane. Telegraph-i ic communication., however, has been Provides the best the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right 1 the grass has not been pastured the kept UP almost continuously with growth is rank. Haying will be in i those interested here, with the re-! j full swing- in a few weeks. Everr far- result that the "he: air line" will in i i mer..jn the Peace school district has a days be a substantiality in so; been busy 'breaking or summer fallow i far as the financial consideration is I concerned. i Mr. F. 0. Smart, leader cf St. Johns! church was presented with an ad-j ing and getting their fields ready for seeding to fall wheat about the end of this month. Alberta Bed seed .Open Day and Night Chow Sam Co. It's Surprising The surprise of people 'who visit our restaurant for the tint time Try it! Fashion Cafe wheat is being sold at Sl.25 per bus. The farmers in this district all have enough for their own seed. A few have sold a little. Good Fall Wheat P. 3Iuirhead. who lives about six- jteen miles west of Xanton, has TO acres of -fall wheat which is first class. You could not find a spear which had.been winter killed. This fall wheat is just heading out. This is the first crop of fall wheat in this part so far to the west of Xanton, Cats, too, are looking ass good as last year and will soon be heading out. There has been a lot of rain in this section during the last ten days and the crops have plenty of mois- ture. ilr. Muirhead expects to break in the neig-hborhoori of 100 acres this year which, he will sow to oats, for he has lots of stock. The haj- crop will be as heavy as usual. The stock came through the winter in good shape- and are looking splendid now. He has a ranch of about ten j thousand acres and about 1800 head jof cattle and 290 head of horses all in a big fenced pasture field enclosed by 55 miles of four strand barb wire fence. This herd never sees the in- side of a stable and only cows and calves are fed. The rest rustle for themselves all the year round. He is shipping about 120 bead this -week from Xanton. Several rattle men are also shipping from Xanton. The-Xanton district will feel the loss of. James who was dress and baton in a leather case at j the conclusion of the choir practise! on Wednesday evening. The gift and f address were from the members cf the j choir. j The Alberta Hotel, of this changed hands on July 1st. H. Mar- quis is the new proprietor, the former one, F. M. Collins going to Pincher City to look after the interests of the hotel he has at that place, the Alex- andra................. The ladies comprising the Memor- ial hospital auxiliary, raised on Dominion Day by the sale of tags j and rosettes. An electrical storm passed over here on Sunday night and was also in evidence on Monday. The heavy rains -with it were most acceptable. The Citizens Band, which has prac- tically been a dead issue, so far as this season is concerned up to 'date, has received a grant of from the town council, the amount to be paid in monthly instalments of The council wish to do the square thing by the band, and made similar ar- rangements to the foregoing several weeks ago, but in some enexplicable manner there was a misunderstand- ing existing between the parties con- cerned until now. From this on it is expected that .the band will give open air concerts one evening each week. I killed in a runaway Saturday. He was accident last an old timer whose influence has been for the up- of Xanton district. More CARNIVAL ON THE SQUARE All next week the Brown Amuse- ment Co. will present the C. W. Par- ker shows on the public square, which are now getting a big reception at the Calgary lair. There will be. 312 j b'-iilding than one settler owe their present j people with the shows and a request f prosperity to help willingly is made through the Herald all them at the start by Mr. irosgrove. Many from Nanton have been tak- business men to decorate their stores houses nert week. The Menu at The Alberts Restaurant is as extensive as any in Open day and night. Everything in season At the Eureka This Week HUDSON'S BAY CO The Great Traders of the Great West INCORPORATED A.D. 1670 artment STRIPED MUSLIN SHIRT WAIST 1 i i vaiue, to dear at PRETTY FANCY cross-bar muslin, trimmed val lace and insertion. Also iu Peter Pan effect. Your choice of values PRINCESS DRESSES IN WHITE PALE BLUE very latest models. At and A SPECIAL LINE OF CORSET COVER ular 50c value, for _ 25c MUSLIN EMBROIDERIES AND loc to 20c. All at, per yard ..................................-JQC THESE ARE SPECIAL BARGAINS SECURED BY BUYING _ IN LARGE QUANTITIES For Men and Boys A NEW SHIPMENT OF MEN'S AND BOYS' COTTON Just the thing for summer wear at 75c, 90c, and 63. BOYS1 WASH blue and white stripes, and plain black and plain blue, and per suit. BOYS1 WASH all colors and patterns, running in price from................................50c to each. Special for Miners NOW THE STRIKE 18 need a pair of Our Mining the new leaf with a pair of new shoes. Prices and per pair OUR "FITWELL" SHOES FOR DRESS per pair are unequalled for value in the "West. Made in Box Velour Calf.. Tan Calf, Patent Calf and Vici Kid leathers. Every pair guaranteed solid. jS'ote the price................... THE PRESERVING SEAS0H IS NOW HERE CLASS patent latest Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons. FRESH STRAWBERRIES Arriving daily. Lowest market prices. A FEW GOOD SOUND POTATOES-Picked over, still At..................................... per 100 IDS. at..................................Five Cents Per Cike HANDSOME BEDS IN BRASS AND WHITE ENAMEL, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES -GOOD VALUES IN CLASS, CHINA AND HUDSON'S BAY CO ;