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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriclge Daily Herald, Friday, October Page 5 1116 E. E. Trading WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocers and Produce Merchants FULL HIGH CLASS Groceries and All Kinds of Feed PRODUCE PRICES-TERMS CASH Call and compare Quality and Price before buying ET trading to. 13th feet North Lethbridge Phone ALBERTA EXHIBIT IS THE FEATURE Good Advertising at Spok- ane By Provincial and Local Displays E. L. Richardson, the Calgary pub- licity man, has returned from Spo-1 kane and in an interview says: The Dry Farming Congress and ex- mbition., neld during the Spokane j inter-State Fair, is' proving to 'be a! great success. The prominent parti taken, by the magnificent displays j rrom Alberta is the most noticeable j reature of toe e'xhiDiiion. 'in addition to several individual entries of grain, grasses, etc., from Alberta farmers there are splendid exhibits made by -the Alberta depart- ment -of agriculture, and the Card- stotn. Macleod and Lethbridge dis- tricts which occupy' prominent loca- tions near the'main entrance. The' occupies a space 56 'feet long .toy 16 feet wide, lacing three aisles. The large elec- tric" sign "Alberta" -faces the main entrance and is the magnet which draws the visitors immediately on entering. The exhibit is made very attractive 'by reproduction of the scene OWING TO UNFAVORABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS THE ENGINEERS WHO ARE PLATTING FAST fftlFMAN I n ii t_ have'had some-temporary delays, but the work is now pushed to completion, and when my advertisement next appears in this paper. T will announce the date upon which sale of lots will take place. A balloon with a lot number attached will be'sent, tip, from Colemaa on the evening preceding date of sale. The iott number Aviii painted" on piece of card board lour by six inches in .size; and will entitle the iiiider to one of the best lots ia East Coleman, gratis. Watch for the announcement. Watch for the balloon. Thomas Crahaii; Owner, Michel, R C. Joe Graf -Coleman> Alta.ji "Another Trail Cut. Off." This scene is. nearly'all residents of squash, etc. Alberta .in reality-or from seeing it reproduced "at the Dominion Exhibi- tion- at Calgary. In" front of" this part of the. exhibit which holds the atten- tion of, every visitor for several min- utes, is'." a of all kinds of vegetables 3-a.cre yields of grain. The sheaf grain and grasses came from nearly every part of the province.. The acre; yield.of Alberta Red win- ter which contains 36-bushels, which weigh 65 i'bs: "per1 bushel and was grown Cardston: by Mr. J. A. The Red Fife- 'spring wheat acre yield was grown by "Mr. Sedgewick. are. It yielded-31 bushels per .acre and'lcatKmal .FREIGHT TRAINS PILED UP AT C. P. R. STATION Fleming, Sas'k.. Oct... bad wreck, occurred here -at a. -.quarter (bast 'ten this the main of the C. P. R., when the through iwestbound freight crashed into the rear end of .a way freight standing In front of the. depot Engineer Crawford and Fireman McCauley jumped from their engine No, 2605 "-and escaped ooose-caiid- were strewn air over the-platform. The permanent way is blocked, -but the train is coming from Broad- view. The, cause of the accident was due to th6 engineer -not seeing the way freight.standing at the depot and' this was due to.-the -inconvenient -the tank which .ob- -theview.. 'by.; approaching; trains from the east. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS AT THE HAT Medicine Hat, Oct' anir'Shortt, .chainnar> of the civil ser- .was in the arid wnile here made arrangements for the establishment of a ..civil service ex- amination centre here. Unreserved Auction Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At 312 Cutbill Street, at liajn. Monday, October The following articles will be S white iron beds (single) S white iron beds, complete, full size 2 camp beds and mattresses 9 dressers, mahogany, oak and mission. 5 wash stands A great many yds. heavy in- laid linoleum. 2 Brussels ...squares 2 all wool art squares Pillows and bedding 1. Souvenir range 2 laundry stoves Cooking utensils, lamps and dishes 1 solid oak extension table I maple ext. table 14 maple dining room chairs Sot. dining room chairs, seat ,uo5iolstered in leather. 1 solid oak buffet "2 strong tables suitable for kitchen use 5 bed room writing tables 2 parlor tables 1 bod lounge 1 davenport bed couch 2 reclining chairs 1 morris chair 3 rocking chairs 1 ladies' writing desk 1 large linen bureau 1 chiffonier 1 hallrack 1 wardrobe 1 shaving cabinet 3 pairs tapestry curtains 15 pairs, white window curtains Silver, etc. One Upright Piano almost new (Evans) make This lot of furniture is high grade and in good condition. reserve.) F. Waddington Auctioneer 'J. Lee Johnston Proprietor MINE MANAGER BADLY BURNED Magratn, Oct. very -serious accident occurred yesterday at the" mine'being-operated by the St. ilary-s Mining Co., north of. this town. Jas. :-Parkras.onf who has .worked-.for the jcompany two who is mine, was, explos- ion of gas. He was badly bruised on the face and hands and "his hair was scorcned and frizzled. He, was taken to town and is now under the care of a doctor; ;This is serious intimation of gas in the-'inine andjis j therefore no little comment nere. Nj" JBlosall, manager Palace meat market, was taken to the G-alt hospital yesterday suffering from blood ipoisoning. Mr. Bloxall acci- dentally caught his hand in the sau- sage machine some, time ago and tnough. the thumib was severely .'la- cerated nothing serious was thought However, it developed into a serious case "of hlodd poison, the sequel of which was his 'being taken to Leth- ondge lor treatment. H. Turner who is now attending the Dry Farming Congress in' Spo- kane, plans an extensive tour before returning to his home herel From Spokane he will proceed to Seattle, thence down the Pacific coast to San jb'rancisco, visiting the principal cities en route. He will return home via Salt Lake and the. Great Northern. Mr. Turner expects to he -away about a month. Work on the new Is rushed with all speed and it will like- ly he finished by the first of Novem- ber, (providing the weather continues lavoraible. .Local politicians are beginning to tester themselves, inasmuch as the Civic elections are not far distant, 'mere are'several'likely names -being cautiously mentioned for mayoralty, and aldermanic honors, 'but they are not public property as yet J) WE NOW HAVE IN OUR WAREHOUSE Bagged Wheat Bagged Rolled and Chopped Grain Bagged Bran and Shorts Flour, Potatoes and all Kinds of produce OUR PRICES ARE ROCK-BOTTOM Upland, Brome Grass, Alfalfa and Timothy ALWAYS ON GUARANTEED are out to do the The Waddington-Stuckey Co. PHONE 683. WAREHOUSE'REAR OF DALLAS HOTEL. PROMINENT EASTERNER IS WELL PLEASED W. R. Cockshutt, of Brantford, Ont, vice-president of the Cockshutt Plow Co., spent Wednesday in the -city, looking over the interests in the Dia- mond Coal Co., and the firm's agency nere, the Lethbridge Weyburn Co. tie said he found- business condi- tions here tar better than he expect- ed to find them, and was much sur- prised to find them soi after the re- ports that had reached him through- out the summer in the east. It was his first visit to Lethbridge, and he [had no idea that it was so large and progressive a city. Regarding the outlook for business, jae said his lirm had done large j'business nere in the last year, and expects to do a. much larger in the coming year.' Farmers -and others have no cause to he the least -dis- couraged 'because of one year's par- tial crop failure. The finest coun- try in the world is hound to bave I teem sometimes. When a country I nas nad us off jvar, it is in a bet- i ter position that the district that lias 'yet to have it. large ripe tomatoes, grand celery, turnips, cauliflower, carrots, beets, citrons, tobacco, The exhibit was erected under the personal direction of Hon." Duncan weighed 65' per'ibushel. The yield; of-'dits-was grown by Mr. A. yielded 132 'bushels per acre, weighing 44 --1-2 IDS. per Much -higher yields of wheat, could .have been shown but for the v crops of Alberta grain which 'were threshed before this exhibition 'haoUioobe collected. .The -were un- doubtedly the finest ever sent out of the province, were'--grown in the Ecf- monton. district- and included a 20-lb. ..Marshall, minister of agri-culture, by JB. L. Richardsan and T. .N. Webster, of Calgary, ;and is in charge, of Chas. H. .Hotchkiss, chief publicity commis- sioner for Alberta, who is being as- sisted :by D. W. Warner of Edmonton. The exhibit will" undoubtedly be the means of .directing a great deal of attention to Alberta. In addition to the crowd of exhibition visitors which are viewing it daily the 2500 delegates, i to the dry farming congress" will all i see it several times. These delegates jare the leading agricultural -and edu- authorities from nearly ery state in the union, as well as from a large .number of foreign countries and the Alberta government did well in taking advantage of this-opportun- ity of bringing Alberta, to the atten- tion of so many" prominent people in this way. Cardston "and Maclftod i The exhibit "made by the Cardston board of charge of Messrs. J.. N. Barker and Arthur B. Perry, The exhibit -of the Macleod' board of trade, erected by Messrs. Jaffe'ry and Macintosh, is very -creditable and con- tains a grand lot., of' samples. Air. McNicpl, :in charge. of the Leth- bridge board of trade exhibit, .has erected a" great bin and filled it .with Alberta Red winter It -.will do the Lethbridge district a. great, deal, of good, and is very taking, so much so that nearly .every visitor takes a handful of, 'the grain.; The exhibits are possibly .doing more good this year .than ever "before, as they show what can -be done .in the aryest year Alberta has had In several seasons. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY AND -EATON'S WILL CLASH people, have wakened up ;to ies of the situation, some hard knocks, will be given .and-receivedl-.- TRY THEM BEFORE YOUBUYTHBr Yes, we send Gih.'KJls every. sufferer from Kidney bles, Rheumatism Badci-v-We. sufferers 4x> test Gm' see lor themselves tually cure all such diseases.--: No iiatter. doctor's medicine and" advertised.; we want you to try" ire let you see.how much'good they; rtrill do you by sending yoti a free because-we think your experience exactly like that of "I have.iised the sample-box PJlb "you sent me and have lief. for half a dozen 'boxes." ixjndon, Oct: Financial 'I'imes states that. Holt, Renfrew, has acted promptly in view" otrthe Hud- son's, Bay company's movement to-.j :v0usee: Mr" _____ wards reorganization- of its' rta They didiim so The fact-that; they have acquired the "business of Dunlop, Cooke and Co.. Montreal, Boston and Winnipeg, and the W. I. Hammond business, Winni- peg, shows that they are unlikely to be glad to send the money, fuller size i boxes because lie felt that lie had found a cure for his trouble. the. same. Write' "Drug Chem, Co. iimited'-DeptAJDH passive spectators'of the titanic -roront0j a contains a grand collection: of grain, Jgle between the Hudson's Bay .and the i be-in a positioa "-to. grasses-and" vegetables. I Katon'interests. The Hudson's. Gia Pills are tie right remedy, for yoiii.27-" THIS MEANS USINESS FOR US As our store was closed for two days, and we have only two days left of this week in which to to do business, we will have to make up the defi- cit the remaining two days. Some of our prices: t.__ jsjiciiuu Vyiiairs, cacii................HUC Kitchen Tables, polished tops, each Fall Leaf Tables, 4 ft. square when Each ___..................... Dining Room Chairs, each.......... 6 ft. Extension Tables. S. Oafc, each open L Wardrobe, large, 2 doors, S. Oak Brass Bed, 2 inch, continuous posts. 7 1-2 in. fillings, finished in best English lacquer." Full size at Springs, doulile woven wire, any The above goods are from a car which we unloaded last Mor The quality of our goods is equal to the best, but our prices are away below the cheapest in town. Come in and compare. 413 ROUND STREET ;