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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Some choice lines in- Fancy Cups, Saucers, Plates and Sets !! Also Fancy Japanese and French ware on exhibition. LETHBRIDGE Take Your Choice andyou will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat ' to choose^from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine fiavor. Piche 8c Miron Telephone No. 1 Healthful and Invigorating is Lethbridge beer. It builds up worn out tissues,, tones up the stomach, strengthens musles. quiets nerves and at the same time is pleasing to the taste. As a tonic to bring roses to the palid cheek Lethbridge beer is better than medicine. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [hotel Dallas! WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles ^ Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. (Successors to Homer Ji Hutchinson) FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$ 1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I the IrrigationCohvention A meeting of givat import to the ftirmers and  indirectly to the |X'o-iple generally, of Saskatchewnn, Al-bertu and British Columbia was the convention of Irrigotiun held in Oal-�gnry last week. Delegates pres- ent from every interes'tetl district. Itcsolutioiis were passed that will proba{)ly result in important logis -lation. The papers read were excel -lent and will have a strong ecluca -tional value. C. A. Fleming, C.E., of the Civil Service, .India, gtive an interesting account of the irrigation work in the Punjauh. The excessive hc�>t of the convention hall made the address very realistic to tlie delegates. One of the best pai>ers given was that read by C. W. Potei-son general mana^r of tfie Canadian Pacific Ir-nlgntion Co. at Calgmry. The Herald is giving averlratiin repoi-t of the N-nluable article on 'The Industrial Development Following Irrigation." A. K. Ashcroft, C. E., cngineer-in-chief of the White Valley Irrigation and Power Co. of Vancouver, , 11. C. discussed "Some Problems of a British Columbia Irrigation Project," dealing especially with the success attained on the Earl of Aberdeen's Fruit Farm in the Okonagan Valley. Tba Calgary Daily News in reporting Prof. W. H. Fairfield's paper says in part: Prof. W. H. Fairfield, siiiierinten -delit of the Dominion experimental farm at LeWibridge, Alberta, was next called for a paiier on ".Vgricul-tunal and Horticultural ExiJeriment-al work under Irrigation." He gave an excellent technical simimary of various personal experiments made under irrigation during the past few years. Prof. Fairfield was much applauded on taking his seat, the opinion among dole^tes being that Prof. Fairtk>ld is a young man with a very bright future in the irrigation world. The Herald will give Mr. Fairfield's paper in full in an early issue. Prof. L. G. Carpenter, I. E.. director of the State Agricultural Col -lege at Fort Collins, Col., ad thegreut importance of irrigotion in countries vith lots of i:ainfall as well as in dry countries and mentionc^l the fact that seven-eighths of the human race aiv influenced by irrigation. He spoke of the dan$^rs of irrigating. Prof. Carpenter ga^'e another a.l -dness on Irrigation, Legislation and Systematic Cultivo'tion. A permanent organization was effected- and the following officers elected: Hon. Pnes.-Lieut. Gov. Dunsnvuir of British Columbia. ' Pres.-Hon. F. J. Fulton, Provin -cial Secretary of Coluniljia. First Vice-Pres.-J. S. Dennis, Cal-Igtory. ' thoughts of cK-ath. The Church of England burying ground looks bright and Ijeautiful, wliere Caivtuker Wil -lots has grown so many lieau'tiful flowers. He is justly proud of the beauty spot along the wwt side of the cemetery. A Bruntiord poultrv- man shipped a carload of hens to Now York. On the way, the hens Initl enough eggs to pay tlic freight. Wf hiiviirchn.seaid time nwl d half' for ovcr-timo after oiglit hours, the family could tour Europe three tiines a year. Tenders for Digging Diteh. Senleeciflcations for the proposed work may be soon at our ofltoe in Ta>X)r. CANADA WEST COAL & COKE CO. Limited. ^ LUNDV. Verily, verily, I say unto you, that this is me, who were dead but are alive again-and the score was 5-1. But you see it was like this. We started out with only three of our own men in the field-and that was when the fiie took place. But, wait until they come back. We'll bat that elongated Peterson all over the lot. The ''Fourth" was rigbt loyalli-cclebrated at Elinor. Two travellers from Montana came through here the other day. They were .searching for land and eMiJiired concei-ning chances in this locality, but were infornind that the home -steads were pretty well all taken up in this particular section. They ex-pressecnerl immediately in 12-2:1. That will be nine miiles east of Elinor. The name is to bo Blaiie.y. About one year more and you can si-o it from the car windows or as you .9tep olV the train. A very enjojabU) dance and box social was held at Elinor, July 19. Golden Dwiu School Di.striot will, conuncnce school shortly. Mr. J. F. Fitch will hn\'e charge for a tiine. Fall W'lK'at has liecn heatlod out for some li e iiiul s|i�ing whoat has well coiniiiiencj.turno