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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1909. PAGE FIVE AIX OVER TBE WORLD thousands of housewives use Sunlight Soap in pref- erence to any other, because It cleanses the clothes more thoroughly, and at half the coat without injury to bands or fabric. Follow directions. IMONARCH EXPECTS I RAILWAY SOON Preparations To Build Ele- vator-A Galieian's Loss Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send yoa free a cake of their famous Plan to] toilet soap, if you mention this paper. GRANTS QUARTER OF A MILLION Winnipeg, July a meeting the Provincial Cabinet today it "was decided that the government will recommend to the- legislature an ap propriation of on behalf of wit- Canadian international and Sel- kirk Centennial exposition which is t-o held there in 1912. SO REFRESHING! An unmatchable draught for any day in the year, our limpid, delicious SPARKLING SODA freshest fruity flavors, all the new- est ones teo. For health, satisfaction and your sure money's worth in de- us at our soda fountain. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners, and Ice Cream Specialists to the Herald) ilonaroh, -July principal topic of conversation throughout the town at present is the immediate ad- vent of the railway, although it is impossible to say exactly what date the first train will pull into Monarch it is certain that within a very few weeks the steel will be laid from Let'hbridge. A drive throughout the surrounding country revealed the fact tbaii the I crops are in splendid condition. Grain of. every kind was heading- out well 'and a few showers which came down on Monday last proved of consider- able benefit to the farmers. The town now- contains a sufficient quantity of stores to provide for the needs of the surrounding country for the present, but when the population increases rapidly, as it is bound to do as soon as the railroad is in full working order, there will be room for considerable expansion in every direc- tion. As usual it seems that the crops in our district will be ready for the har- j some ten days or even a fort- night before the farmers around Claresholm and the surrounding towns on the south line from Calgary are ready to commence cutting. As will be seen below one elevator has been definitely decided apon and two others will be erected within a very short time after the first one has been established. Upwards of a doz- en men are working- at the stone quar ry some four miles from town and the fact that a considerable quantity of stone is being supplied to the Queen's Hotel at Macleod keeps things in this direction. The brickyard has not been working dur- ing the past few weeks but as soon as the line comes through the work will recommence. Upwards of 60.000 bricks have been turned out of the kiln since it began to operate. There is a great opening here for a fully equipped hotel and the man who sets up such an advertisement here is doing well and will also have the ad- ditional advantage of getting :n at i very advantageous terms if he ein- I braces the within ;t rea- sonable time. a number pen plo have been enquiries dur- ing the last few months, and if it hod been for an unfortunate ilJuos which interfered with tho plans .if hotel keeper who was ready to right a little time ago a iiutt would have been in process of con struction some weeks .ago. Under the new licensing law only one license permitted in towns which have a ulutipn of less than 100, so that wh ever settles here in the hotel busines will not be cumbered with opposition for some time. Mr, J. w. Maclean has fi-nin't-olv d cided to erect an elevat.-r rlosu it the new station with i o And L'-io Norrj.s