Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, 7. THE LUTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD lili llUfl .ft Thomas. II. crop this year, as all'the grains dio, pvjisciilcil Hl'o. Tlnrry A. [afc coming up in (inn shape. .-llriggs, wHh the I'ast Mas-j had a number oi good rains, which evening was 11'as helped, the growth considerably. Riven for and the honor I Of course, another rain any .day now, conlcrrai''in was very be very much appreciated, but deserving, been one of the [things arc not suffering us yet. A inost energetic workers in the Mason- sample of hroiighl in ic Lodge here, since it was organized, jtown today from-the farm of James 1 The Hat Milling Co.'s measured. .27 elevator, is all 'finished nnd ready; for it be open- ed o" Monday Paul Rossljack, who. h us attending lo the coni- pany'e elevator, in-Winnili'pd frincc Lhc1 one licrc ivris biirne'd, lias returned nut! will Lake .'charge licrc again There is quite a hit of coining heigh I, which-is a-pretty good advci- (iEemchi of tin's part of .the countrv, j .is full wheat seems to grow as well licrG as fartlicr west in the Pans. The Tabor Icam.'js expect-] cd down here toinorniw niglit for a with the hoys, of Grassy.-Lake, and thry naj' expect a Rpoi'l Fast in yet, as a number of Ihc farrasrs j Eamc' ns Is In first difl their plowing last fall instead of shape. The fpollijill-.tetm hftuling in their grain. Oim. of shipments of from one was sent away j lasl, iveek, 10. Prlcn, ol shipped seven ciir- londs, overjseven- thousand bushels, from his sec Lion of land soutl) vcstrr Co. Iravejler, who Ini'iiicrly! we have in this is one of the town's Ijcsl adveriiscmcnj.s, and it is iic citizens should jtiirn out at every game, r-nd give ilicin their best supnort. The oilifbjtign train cxi-ccled Lhr'ough here about .7.30 loiiioiToiv morning, Bnfl.lt is hopfd a, crowd will Uirn out Me 'f rcsidfiii In Tabcr, has moved lo his liointistosd, .six inilo.s north or town. Jlc arrived in town today with his wife and daiichlcr. iicoplc licrc, who have hrcn looking forward to snpniK this exhibit for sonic lime. It is wil'l'-'slot.-' if J r.iilv for iv.oiilcn'-S cVn Mioliiih Mr. and Mrs. 11: A. Driggs left for' Lcthbrldge on Wrdne.stlay, where they to havl! ovcticoked Orassr l.alic as visiting, (or a few days. o( vhm Ulc sloppcll.. rA j. auto-: Cliprles Rakow, who owns a half-; EccHoh of land sonlh-ca.M, or here, und who has liccn, in l.c.llihrivlgc, fnr tonic lime on 'liuslm-KS, arrived home (his evening. H is rumored in town here, lliat K. Mulo, the popular hulchn: in Tabrr, DOUBLE THE ASSEftiMENT InUiiiIs fliifiiiiiR, a brancli siiup in The (Imml Oranjce (iniNsy K is cxncclcd Ilial he j it. Kreclerlnton decided to" don K'lU occupy Ihc uIJ butL'Iict'bhoii, ilit: aosuasiiicnttj or uroviuci Dr. Mradoivs has hail his Maxwell runabout, sliipyeil up fi'oin North Da- j kola, which makes the mobile in Itio Uiwn. THE LAROE3T TOBACCO'MANUFACTURCRS IN THE DOMINION Train will be at Lethbridge Station Saturday, June 8th, ail day Souvenirs Given A way These are the brands that Western men like Watch" Chewing Tobacco. "Old Chum" Pipe Tobacco. "Shamrock" Quality Plug Smoking Tobacco. "Player's" Navy Cut "Meerschaum" Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco. "Sweet Caporal" Cigarettes. "Columbia" Little Cigars.