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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FAQE TWO THE LETHBRICH3E HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1109. Daily Herald Established December, 190? Published by the Daily Hen.ui uig Co., Ltd., every lawful SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In the world A.D. iriO BI-CENTENAMY 1910 HOME Or r ICE: LONDON, ENGLAND t u Branch, Sun Building, Toronto, B. M. Blackburn. Manager. C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. at iis Office, Kouud St., Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Subscription Rates Daily, une year, Daily, six or city to treat the fanners as we wanted NANTON MAN AT VANCOUVER Daily, six Daily, ihre f-J.i'i' 2M l.M .35 3.00 1.75 .85 as old atf- WEEKLY the v; every m eight ad a summary of j'ji news fi.the week, local She Three mon advance ?1.50 .75 ocis. a months, m advancfe 50 THE DAILY HERALD is on sale at the following places: E- Sage, J, G. Robertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham A Co., j. J. Johnston. Young B. W. Ham- E. J. Mitchell, D. L. AieCrea. Bros. L. Eversfield, Druggist. J. Stafford. B, E. Sud-daby. Cranbrook, Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. Worts. OUR POINT OF VIEW A fourteen-year-old "boy lias st-cur- od the degree of B. A. in a NYw England university. brain will soon see its finish. There are a lut'of houses around the city. Paint costs little and covers a multitude of cmrj'- and stains. Buy some the next- you are dowil town, Mr. Neglectful Citizen. A. E. Burnett is Building an Elevat- or to Handle This Year's Crop Car of B Don't forget the City Beautiful! (Yanc'.'tivfr Province.) "I iuivo birii growing grain for twenty Xow I am going to try the ot-ht-r end of the business. I know no better port than Vuncou- er t0 engage in the export of grain. Xor have I any doubt that it will soon be coining hi train loads from the middle west. If I had, I would not have come from Alberta, to make this venture." The cement walls and piers the On track To-day HtieBentleyCo. Ltd. t I II I! THE HYGIENIC BAKERY .Is now occupying one of the stores in the Brown Co. 's building facing Crabb Street. Our bakery in the North Ward'will be open hand at both stands idea just because ve are not iinrp- pioneer False Creek export grain ele- 1 ng it all the time. Macleod's new p.iper has already made that town spruce up. .A pai er can always assist in inpr >v-! ing a place. j vaior were alreadj- peeping above the ground on the shore side of Front sfreet and the foot of Scotia street as its' originator and builder chus expressed his faith in the A.B. j C. crain route to i-he Orient and Eur- i none Mciesaie end Retail a IHHBBID6E Good luck to the band boys at j Winnipeg. Formerly of Eowland, Man., later j of Nanton. Alberta, now a permanent ___ resident of Vancouver, A. E. Burnett j 4- The band boys ought to be able to! is a thorough Canadian and looks do considerable tooting for Leth- j every inch a grain man. Tall, robust bridge this week at Winnipeg. j and past middle age, as the silver t Do You Want a Home? THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE The Edanonton Saturday News asks: "Is the agricultural coliegi being established for the purpose satisfying ahe ambiiions oi out- ui the thirty or forty odd coin muni ties believe they are adapted for the purpose oi having it kcau'd in their li the Saturday News belit-ves that is the only argument against the location oi the agricul- Here is your chance. Six-roomed cottage, stand- in his hair would indicate, he has the'! on two Jots, facing east Toronto is offering a marsh as the i enthusiasm of the man of forty back-! OQ Westminster Koad, be- [site for the C. X. R. shops. Lethbridsre ?d bv private capital. The venture tveen Bompas and Court- f t H _ never will have to offer marsh land j will cost him when within a to industries. All is high and; year he has completed a proposed f dry and as good as the best j mill. The elevator will have its roof on and machinery in operation by September. Already he has received offers and 'Magrath and Cardston. are both Considering the construction oi ce- ment sidewalks. It is good to learnj enquiries for enough business for that these progressive towns arc! the first- year. But it is Mr. Bur- to keep at thejiead of the pro-i nett's ainrto buy and export the grain i. Improvements of this! On his own account. Although a tural trainins school at Strathcona are worth the invesi'' practical man he >riU shortly have a it is very much in error. Such a j view i? .parochial. The agricultural college should be kcated in the best i all round point in the province., even j if. that point is in the Arctic circle, i The Herald still believes that Strath- i ment. partner .of even longer experience. land.. Price t Terms t P.O. Block Phone 383 J Coal, Ice arid J DRAYING 1 Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE COM E ON IN And try on a pair of our Oxfords- You'll find them easy as an old slipper, while the style and eleg- ant finish are just what they should be. Our price is too- little for these, but we're satisfied to give YOU the biggest end of the bargain. The Shoeman F. German, Beside Bentley's General Teaming ii We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will huy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal must be paid l for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. S. QALBRAITH-Phyaiciau Surgeon. Accoucher. Hourn- 9 a.m., 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS WEWBURN AND DEA.Nfe Street. a.m.. 2.3. DR. A. McNALLY-Offce and Stafford Block. Office' Houre-ll 12. 1.3. 7-8.30. Phone night and da> 27; DrJ- E. LOVERING-Physiciaa. surgeon. Accoucnec, Block. Hours-Till 9 3 to. 5. 7 to 8. night. 342. a.m., n u, Phone, day A, TAYLOR, M.D.. wt, Eye. Ear. Nose and Thrnst Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 2-5 n m 7-8 p.m. P Quoting the Wisconsin a university with agricultu-e in toremost place., the EumoTiton rjfitnr- d.i.. News says: 'Tits 'S cxr.ctly! vist we want to .we In THIGH HILL PICNIC PROSPECTS GOOD AROUND CLEVERVILLE (Special to The Herald.) Thigh Hill. July (Special to The Herald.) The spring grain is splendid. There cona is not the proper place and that i Tr. j u. been -Dientv of rain ind thpre _, want to see the agricultural men Hill Hall association held a monster rfn biggest things about our icstitu-! picnic on July 1st. About a thous-i a S00? the college, in the interest of agri- cultural education, should be s ate from the University. t The Edmonton Bulletin in a recent I s ,'mt mnst rememb-.r tho article said, on this question o-f ag- ricultural education: has been started off with- ui ry thought Sf'. ction of the staff or -he sek-cficn and people were present. The pro- i gram consisted of a baseball game between Thigh Hill and "Eeid Hill, the former horse bucking contest and foot races kept up the interest till late in -the even- iag. There was a dance in the hall bushiest oi the college being J 3 s, Iiate_ This r of :ifrric.3l. to turn out tanners, in our numble! education o -su opinion the college should consist oi! _____ a model farm with a school attach- j The Red Deer Advocate a pariie- ed. A college which presumed well edited newspaper with I fc fine ind the winter wheat ivhead teach men how to farm without put-Ln who fa in WijJ- tat aDd the wteat "head- ting them m the neld and _ showing 5entimcntj in editorial in the afternoon and evening. are excellent. them how unique as to do it must a medical school which on the d as! 7, t i i- "cultural college Question remarks: hich did not provide hospital work for its! The experiences of other provinces v, .7 and .states, with very iew. exceptions students. The se should b a emphasizes the importance of having ing-out. The hay crop is good. 3 settlers ?rill be starting haying next w i j n_ i-a.iJ.VjQ. a.nx v school or panning; the ordinary pub- two great universities, in each prov- lic and high schools cannot b.? such, 'ince or for the teaching The busines? 4f the college should I agriculture and. the other for the be first and foremost to teach ers how to raise better crops anci better stock. This they can only uy doing it. The Bulletin is right and if it de- sires the most helpful son of a model farm, it will conclude that the pro- per location for it is not at Strath- cona. Agriculture, as we have point- ed out .before, is very much diversi- j fied in this province. We have the! 'dry, irrigated and mixed farming, j It is impossible io give "students! in agriculture at Strathcona a prae-j tical knowledge three classes I of ;agriculture. Only one method is) possible there, and that is mixed j farming. There are places in'AIber.-i ta where a thorough knowledge of three classes of farming, peculiar j to this province can be stud-j ied. It, mttsi be b'ered that the' students from the ir-J rigated and dry land sections will! want to gather knowledge about those methodis of farming particular- i iy. and the proper place to gather it j is at a farm, where the methods can be exemplified. One serves the country life, the oth- er the. life of the closer settled com- week. Potatoes are in blossom and will soon be ready for eating. The settlers of Thigh Hill district have been busy breaking this season, the total amount being over a thous- and acres. M'ost- of this will be sown to fall wheat. -Some las already been sown and one field 'is about- four inches hisrh. MACLEOD'S IDEA .Due in no smal? respect to the campaign of the' local newspaper, the-Advertiser, Macleod is a waken-i ing-to the importance of building j that town "on a substantial founda- tion. "A.committee of citizens took! up' the matter of improvements and have made the following recommenda- tions to the Granolithic sidewalks in future." -Boulevards on business streets be- tween side-walks and lot line. Planting of boulevards with native trees. _ Grading of all streets and surfac- ing -with .crushed stone. Purchase of electrically operated stone crusher. Reservation of south-east corner of townsite for park, playground "and athletic field. Purchase of two lots in business part of town for use of farmers' teams and building of etc., thoreon. Utilization of this enclosure for a weekly public market. The suggestions, every, one of them are worthy of adoption.. The. carry- ing into affect of the first half dozen recommendations will assist wonder- fully in beautifying the town. Leth- bridge has taken this and al- ready we are beginning to realize oil" the investment in' the improved appearance of our streets. The Maclftod idea aboui the market might be here. We have the market .building and be well if'we provided the conveniences for the farmers to feed and water 'horjeg 'on the property rounding the building. It pays any t To-day All Story Popular Bine Book Strand Etude British Weeklies R. THE PICTURE FIME8 Our clerks stop work at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour Castle Hotel C. Prop. Just .Opened Up-to-date in every respect- Only-white labor employed per day Ford Street Lett.bridge There is nothing short of a hail storm can prevent a bumper crop. Haying will be started about -the twentieth oi July. 9 There has been a lot of breaking in Khe Cleverville district. Already .more breaking has been done than in any year heretofore and the plows are still busy. Milnes and Noble have broken a whole section which has been worked up and will soon be sown to winter wheat. CLAIM CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD Toronto, July with conspiring with others to defraud the local wholesale dry goods -mer-j chants, A. 0. a prominent! merchant of Berlin, was arrested in iJhat city last .night., at the instance of the Toronto Boehmer was brought to the city T-oday in charge of Detective Ken- Straw- berries This week we have a large shipment of straw- berries for preserving. Leave early m l MeKILlOP Successors to 'THE J. BROWN CO JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed WALL