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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LKTHBIUDGR DAILY H13BALD Tuesday, June Theaff shoes hardly seem as if they were on your feet fit so well, are GO and. are so well suited for weight. That's the only kind of shoes we can sell. If we sold any other "kind we would not get your future trgde and.we value that too" much to sell1 other than the BEST. Quality Is our 'best, ad- vertiiement. SPECIAL THIS .WEEK., COOL SUMMEK SHOES CHILDREN'S' SANDALS W-J-Nn FOOT son FOOT TOGGERY CREAMERY AT MAGRATH TO OPEN THE STANDARD FAVORITE BRAND. LIKELY READY FOR BUSINESS j ON JULY 1 YARD i BUSY I Juno Al; creamery open about the first of I July If the iiiTsom plans of cry aBSocluilou arc successful, and i IIP present time there Is cvory reason lo thut the plant will: begin 10 manufacture buLt-er about: thai date. The decision was reached i ai ti recent meeting' of the creamery ___________ association, when Secretary Mntkin j reported that he had two hundred on his list, and that everyihluRi Uer'of Firet atroet south ami Centre was-In readiness for opening. streets. This bulldinp formerly Tho company Is now endeavoring 10 by Miller's pool parlors but .01. an. experienced ifmker for'lhls business has been laktm out nnd namiRcr of Hie plunt. It-was thought I set "P ln "'c basement of ihe Hue liar it. ivae hardly possible thai lholliew Kirllr Hotel. A Coloumn, who lecessnry arrangements could conducting n barber shop mule un'fil July, and it was therefore I on Firsl aoiith hns also romov- BELIEVE THEY HAVE P. 0. ROBBER MAN IS ARRESTED ON SUSPICION AT BOW ISLAND Bad Weather plays havoc with your clothes why care about that? We can remedy any damage which your clothing may sustain, aud at small coat. No need to buy new garments when our modern, and pressing methods ;make. thorn look and wear like Tiejv. Let us demonstrate this to you. The Crown Cleaners "Opp. Wesley Church, Phone 474 FK03I2-15 The school in this district is mak- ing good progress, with Miss Alice llartin as teacher. Several scholars from outside the district arc in at- 1 tendance, and as there is still plenty of ropnr in the school house more ;would be welcome. Children's day. was observed Sun- day. Tho program was appropriate and well Tendered, the school house well i. filled with, an appreciative audience. There will-be an opening church ser- vice at the new school house in east side of 'ihis iowimhip near Bros., next Sunday evening .at 8 o'clock. AJl are cordially invited attend. Mrs. Garvogue started lor Minne- sota -last Tuesday, where she will visit friends and relatives [ur soma Oordoc Dobey, oi ]-14, was taken .very with Saturdav, end it was found necessary to send him to Ihe Lethhridge for treatment. .Geo. K'ardcr and wife were visiting with Fred Heard -and Family iliis week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Snapp, of War- were visiting iriejiJs and rela- tives in this vicinity last week. ..Mr. MacUowell ami "Air. Stackhouse of Ontario, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Berl Vincent. There will he a union Sunday schoo picnic in'the near future, the tin: and plac3 to be annouoced later. The rains of the last few nays hav improved the cropi woirderfully. a well as the spirits o! the farmers and. the prospects are for a good crop dociik'tl to formally open the plant abuui the first. The opening of the creamery marks the heglijuiup of a new opocli in the j history of ihigrnth, and there Is not die least doubt bin that the j will soon that it Is a great boon to them. The association has a ready market for all the butter ihey can make ut good prices. It is I thai the people will rally round thoj promoters of such a commendable project and support, the new cream- ery. Farmers Jubilant With ihe. ground soaked (o a of several Inches ihe people of Mu-j grain and district are wearing a smile that will not come off, for it almost assures a big harvest this fall, (he crops now bavin passed .the usual p-aricd of dry weather prior lo the fairly jump. Although there was no real suffering going on before the re- cent storm there' was need of rain. The farmers are Jubilant. Reports from tbe country say tlmt the ground is thoroughly drenched, and that there will be no ueed of rain for mouth or six weeks. Lehi Jensen in conver- sation ivith the Herald correspondent the day before it commenced to rain, said that they were not needing rainj ed to the Kirby Hotel. The haying season will soon bn on. and I ho implement men arc busily nil ployed In pre.purinpr for It. The hay this year is excelknl. being un- usually prolific and of superior qual- ity. The recent rains will put a prime flavor on tho aldilfa ivliich 'will make it unsurpassed as a Fodder for horse and -dairy gallic. Several cars of shuep 1mvc been loaded on the cars al Maeraih to P. Burns JUKI Co., Calgary. John I. Chipman Is buying mutton for Mr. Burns this year, and he is shippin, a great many prime animals from here and Stirling. The sheep this year arc fat nnd in splendid condi- lion for market. They arc brliigliie a good price. Ralph Page, Hhe South Alberta Live Stock Co., in'.conversation with your correspondent, said tint condi- tions In his district, which is located southeast ;of "Magrath. were finite sat- and they.expected" the big- gest harvest in years. He said also than the stock .was looking line, and that they expected io dispose of record bunch o-f hogs this fall. They have several hundred hogs on tholr farm. Mas rath probably leads all olln towns in the production of fruit. This week will see the ripening of the on their lam, wesi o[ fact j anc, jlldEine from the BOH, iLat Imd been producing L-rops "for, years was real wet. The fall wheat was all out in the boot; and will, by the middle of next week, be in the head. Mr. Jensen, who nianwger of one of the. largest farms in the has never seen brighter prospects for a bounteous yield. Since rhe rain there is no doubt in the minds of the most pessimistic, and there 13 general rejoicing. The business men are overjoyed, for they had begun to entertain grave fears lest 'the country should be visited by another drought. But now Jill fears are over and trade has been given n-ew life. Majrraih and Southern Al- now on the threshold of Ihe greatest year in her history. Gardens laud hay are showing. up 'wonderfully since; the rnln, and the biggest bay crop in. many years will be taken off the farms of Magrath this year. 8000 Bricki .Day The MagraLh brick yard Is working at full speed now and between eight and icn thousand bricks are being turned out daily. Many improvements have been made in [he plant this ilie numerous fine patches one sees in'the town, of tjii.nrts of this delicious fruit will be produced. Strawberries do exceptionally well here, and they bring a very good CAR SHOPS AT VANCOUVER Montreal, June erectioi of a car plant near Vancouver is sure Iblug." said -.Mr. .W. W. Buller vice-president or the Canadian Co and Foundry Co, 'today, "though .Lhi exact location has not yet been do cided on." ciation Ribbon Products year and Manager MacClean believes that he now has the facilities to pro- duce first class bricks a.t a :verv rea- sonable price. Teais made of Uieiu indicate that they are of splendid commercial quality, and that they are eq'ually as good as any manufactured In the province. Ben .Matkln, one of Ihe most enterprising citizens of ihe town and a man who has faith in Magrath and its future, recently -pur- chased stock In the making the directorate composed of Bishop Levj Ilarker, Mr. MacClean and Mr. Matkln. The new firm 'hae strong financial backing, and it is .their am- bition to establish a fully modern brick-and tile plant here.- They are, already employing a considerable numher of men, which number will be. Increased as the industry assumes Droader proportions. The brick of the new Mormon tabernacle will be made nt the local yard, this alone nailing for at least bricks. y arc out bricks' for! building which will be commenc- ed shortly. Small Items of Interest A large number of Sunday school workers attended the convention at price. Many are grow lug 'large paicbear-or them with the purpose of'DQt only selling iu'the lo- cal market; hut shipping to other places as well. A very' pleasapt and novel: event took place last Friday night when the Relief of the Church of Jesus Christ "of Latter Day Saints "gave ivh'st ia-'stylcd "a calico ball. All of thei guests were either arrayed' in calico or 'wore calico somewhere on their ments were served on the stage au was well patronized. proceed of the social were given to the churc building Messrs. Scotc ;and Beazley of tli public school staff, will spend the vacation at Calgary, where1 they wi atiend the military ca-mp for weeks. The government is offeriu How island, Juno excite- ment. prevailed bero o'u Salurday; when it-became hnowii 'tlmt one of Ihe 'post olllee robbers was in town. This member of tho gmig luul beeu In town for a day or two. On Fri- day he called for his mall, mid re- ceived n letter from Tubur, two postal notes. On Saturday morn- ing he entered' the post olllco, and presented the notes for pity men I. Mlas Halpiu. assistant, immediately Informed the. postmaster of, [h0 and ho wene'oul to locale Chief MC.' M; Larson hsitl the misfort- une, to lose one of hie horses while in town on Thursday. Wedding bells for Seven Persons: Mias .Clara Berg-mait and 'Air. AL Tom eon were married at Medicine Hat .on Salurday last. I A. W. Prior anil Miss Anna Pat married at Medicine Flal on Saturday, and Icty -Tor thoir future homo--in V-ernpn, fl. C. Hearty con- gfatulations! Class j'- Board r- 229-11th St., S Home Cooking MASINASIN Alia., C. White and RoberL Burr went to Leth- bridge on-business last week.. iMasinasin are feeling quito happy. Three shalloV wells have been days where good water has been found, none deeper than fifteen feet. Clayton Moikel- came yester- day from.'some, place lip.north where he bas been working- since spring. Stemsen, who has w'ork- ng in Tabcr Tor some time, ii on his homesiead, busy building. Quite a number of young men from, here are gaine to Calgary to enlist la THE AXE STILL -SWINGING S. Aubrey, of the customs office at Sturgeon Falls, has been dismissed, and will be succeeded by J. Prlaur, i brother-in-law ot >Mr. Aubin, the de- 'cftted Tnomber. Alias Agnes Alder went to Medicine Hat on Saturday evening. See nnd baby went to Medi- cine. Hat on Wednesday. Mrs. McDonald was out from Medi- cine Hat for a few days' visit with Mrs. C, Robb. Blllie Bell Ims purchQBCci a acw- rub- crrtlred runabout. Carl Smith, oE Bow lalaud, is visit- ng with his brother this week. Mr. McBean, of Medicine "at, marlo L buslneBB.-trip lo Kcvon Persons, on Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Nesting gave nn ce cream party in honor of their fif- .ennLh wedding nnnlvernary. Seven Persona la going to celebrate Dominion Day In great style. Mrs. M. Hughes and daughter, Ruth two days in town with Mrs. CITY CLERK RESIGNS City. Clerk 'Barclay Of Fqrnlc. has resigned. The Experienced Cook Says: 'Tuse A 1 b e r ta's Best Baking Powder be- eause'. I 1 know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaiuab Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, right in quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. 10 15 4o 42 22' is 11 123 ;