Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
I tTHtMIDOt, AtTA., M O N D A Y A U 0 U tT I, lit! Herat! (MMMt Mtf trSiiy LkL, lawful at IA_ J Ot A. Oi An "old resideiit of a York- shire village took a social pridt in aLteudiug all tho witkin. caching distance of her home. was a fuueral one day in the naxt aiz Mooth, kteM m JMt Jew, bf MALI aiz mooUu, by mail Daily, by mail t.TI M IM fiven. aid which she could not attend, but neighbor of hers Tkktnight she called on the bor I Nancy. I beard you wor' at THINKS OF SOUTH COUNTOf Representative of CJP. R. Immigration DepL THE FERKIE DISASTER Today tba progressive little city in the Crow's Nest, is a nuiss o ruins but if history repeats itself and we "are confident that it will, tho plucky people of that city will soou and more substantial scale. Fernie has fallen several times be fore but.has Invariably risen. The blow of Saturday is the worst; wel there is no comparison as a matte of fact. with its other disasters. 1 means that the building of an eu tirely aew city will have to be iindei taken. That it will be undertake no one doubts. Pernio is the centr of a district of rich resources an must exist. It lifts been hit hard' an though the situation, at the presen moment is cheerless, it will survive. To the people of the stricken city the Keraid extends the sympathy oi the people of Southern Alberta. That sympathy is not une of words solely but of practical assistance. We have as a city sent already a contribution of provisions and cloth- ing and are prepared to do more. The same can be said of the other towns in this country. Fernie la a neighbor and we will not see our neighbors suffer, if we etui be of any service. In this connection the Herald wants to extend to Mayor Henderson its congratulations on the splendid waj he met the appeal of Mayor Tuitle He grasped the situation quietly am handled it in a manner that will be endorsed by every "What kind of a funeral wor Nancy: sniffed. "Why, it wor a werry mean said. "There wer uo but a few. biscuit-and.sich." said the old woman, "thems the sort of ways I don't hold to; I've lost live, but, than I've buried 'em all with: 'am." A very pretty incident marked tho Prince of visit to'St, Joachim. Quebec. His il.ghncss, gled freely with, the people of that village, and tho schopl..chiidreu auth- ored round "a-swarm of bees, cheering him, and showing in the most unaffected way their delight at seeing him. When the children clustering thickly round ihe smiling and chatting prince, the Duke of Norfolk insisted on them .1, togeth- er with some of the habuaats, form- ing themselves into a to be photographed. Having. 4. rruiignj the group to his satisfaction, Cruce himself stepped Into it. :-jul u pboto- graph of the heir to the Mr. Cbac. Allen or Muting tha C.P.R. Immigration partmaat, is in. the city on. an- nual trip of purchasing grain and grasses for exhibition purposes. Mr. Ailea baa bees as far ucrtii as Ed- lyoutoii and coming south, stopped at iiiirh Nanton, Ciaresholm and Granum and drove through thaw dis- tricts and says the crops are looking splendid. While at Grauum Mr. Al- ien purchased one car of Turkey winter wheat sheaves from Mr Mc- Xaught imd also one car of Stanley spring wheat from .Mr. J. G. berg. He also visited. Curdstpn gind. was driven through this district W. Woolfe, M.P., from whom 'bej purchased two ears of Turkey Red inter in sheaves. He also ot a quantity oi lied Clover from. Wagstaffs NEW Strawberry i Jam 51b. 71b. tins Just Received. He Bentley Co, ltd, isd bat IJ UTHKRt lesteri Stationery i i Ti tte iitfclritfje SPORT IN LETHBRIDGE As the end of the summer ap preaches, JLethbridge finds itself wit dearth of sports. There fe at 8 ]'.tn. Visiting l.rvlhrvn always wr-l I WELLINGTON BROS. i Corner Cuthill and Couriland Lethbridce 1 First-class Cafe TN 1Q1EL DINING EQQM Short Order Between Meals CARKOLL DOYLE Walter Apji T. Rubins. S.r Box 57. Ji Lethbridge Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Kail evevy sec- and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with iw. NEVDJ. Chict W. A. DIOKSON. Secretary.