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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGt DAILY HE.MLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1909. Daily Herald 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Prim- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening ita office, Round" St.. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by riiail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses .changed as often SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world FOUNDED A.O. ino ftj-CENTENARY 1910 HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Canadian Branch, Suu Building, Toronto, H. M. Blackburn. Manager, j C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. mind to On thi eoi'ino a martyr. uthrr hand, porters. usual, will) our backs up against th'- wivn jiuMt-nly the fog liftt J. all into the A bit thick wasn't H-'art THE HYGIENIC BAKERY fs now occupying- one of the stores in the Brown Co. 's building Jacing Crabb Street. bakery in the North Ward will be open for business as usual. The very best on hand at both stands n i'TiieBentleyCfl. MffcMsaie Bnri HetaJi Phone n mmmi tin- small ln.y of j "I.- Jupilrr" INDIAN IS CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER PLUCKY FERNIE Ir wa? a year asro yesterday, the first of August that the lire took place ai A whole city of about rive ibya-an-1 people was burnt out. Many liv-s were j be lost and many W.T.- lost that were known. It wa? a calamity .sufficient t.. kill the with oi Call; r..a-i Fiiday mtirniiij.' riit-r-- many rumors a !isrlu two -MI the near BMW Riv.-r. h .-ai..i Sun Calf, till- ,'iinst Indian am-iniij th.- Blaekfeet. and who lias sp-nt ab-j our fiv- y.-ars in in jail, had i "I know. son." was the truthful answer. Presently hr was in- terrupied again. "Father are any sea "I don't my sun." The little wa- ly east down but ajrai i ap- pnKiclir-d the uTt-at- source of mation. "FatlL-T. what do.-s 1 Nm-th But. again tlu- answer, "I don't kn-v.v ;ny At last in despt-ratiun. iie m- quired with withering "Fa-! Non-Curlable. Double Instantaneous. Orthoohrouiatic, Nou- Hahition. The best film on the market. All sizes. Fit kodak. For sale at the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE ______________NORTH WARD______________ Graduate Druggist P. ,1. ALEXANDER Prescriptiou Specialist Phone 445 Bell And Optician PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-PhysioUn. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours- 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 814 Bed- path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAN! -Redpath Street. a.m.. 2.3. 7-8. Hours-Beforo si aod Stafford Block. Office Houra-M Phone night and d., J- E. i-OVERlNQ-Physic.iQ Surgeon Accoucner. Oddfellow.' 3 f night, 340. Phone, day D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., wt. Eye. Ear. Nose and" Stafford Block. Lethbridge Office a.m.. 2-5 p m p.m. ther. how you T, HAMILTON PEOPLE ON BAIL Tii.-n it was said ilia! he had killed.- N--w Y...rk. July Francis him with an ax.-. How.-ver. Staff-' Harry and his wiiV Teresa Mill.-r Bar- C-1-rj.'t. an.l his "f Hamilton. }h-M in in r-aptun- Sun Calf in the brush bail each in ermrt M- fiK.uj: :ht- river, an.I wiit-n J. E. the charge blackmail, pr-ople of Ft-rai ember j werf n-'t cold b-f.-r wr-re any community and cause a tr-md-r, J. P.. h.-ard on Sat-i by Samuel Meyers, of dishenrteii'-l. But th.-; unlay .-v.-nin- tlu- chargt.- of at-1 V.' plucky. Th-' ihe .--vi.lerico was! rarher o-.-.-jflictinsr. bin when h- w-rit THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR !to h-sphal at Xi.rth Camp, whnv i _____ I ation, were ma, e robmM- OK, haj ing the city. m.-ichant.- win oi i.) ti, D. for new stocks and set about making np __( s'.vure Sun Calf a place TO put them. The city has arisen from its ashes greater bet- ter and bigger than ever. The new building? are an improvement "U the old. Fine brick and concret.- build- ings have taken the places, of oil frame structures. A better olas.- of residences are being put up al- together the pt-ople are showing an enterprise that is as commendable as it is astonishing. The people have faith in Ferniv and are going to stay with it. Here's to the health, wealth, and prosperity of ilu- plucky inuiiitv. Agricultural Society are! i sparing neither trouble nor expense in hit him with an making ihe fair of 190.9 bigger and bet.-' axe. but .ith-r evid'-nc..- went i? wa? a stick that ha-1 b.-. Or. Ruse. wJi.j was in alt. ;t as hi.- opiniun the cut? wer. ter thail ever_ jijjs yenr ofj used. I SS7.000 are being offered in prizts lance. ancj Special attractions are j engaged. Prof. Khol will make a I Ji suck that had km..t? or; thrilling balloon asc-nsion each day was out i aiuj a ,jeath defying parashute drop! mid-air. Special platforms have j also had many outs and j b.en erected for the troop of trained! his his biiok ;m.lj groats ;inJ the worM famed gvm-l WiNNIFRED The coming town on the Canadiau Pacific Ry., seven- ty-seven miles ,-.tsi of b ridge. Choice of lots in thi? tin.- ly located townsit- now be- ing offered for rh-- first time. Prices vory Ti--asi. nabl--. Liberal terms. We are exclusive agents for this property. Blue prints shown and all information furnished at our office. BISLEY TEAM SAILS Montreal. .July the inern- i.'f iiie Canadian LJisli-y team sailed from Liverpool on the Allan line Thursday with the exception of j l Sergt. ilaj. Huguins. They are ex- j pected to reach Montreal li.-xt Fri- iv ur Saturdav. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block POSITIONS GUARANTEED herenfter guarantee positions to all of our stu- dents of good character and habits after they have grad- uated. i> no chance of uiir holding up pupils be- causo we cannot place them. as we do not set our own ex- aminations. We have so- cured the agency for the Sheldon Course of Sales- manship and Page Davis Course of Advertising. For particulars, regarding our guarantee or the courses mentioned above. write GEO. J. .SCHMIDT, .Prin., Garbutt .Business .College, P.O. Box 1291.......... Coal, Ice and J! DRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE: 63 A QUICK TRANSFER b.-inp -rated but h- r-euv.-r. Sun C.-jIf was drunk at un.l effor: i., being rn.-ule r, cov.-r who suppled him with th nsi'.r. bur the Indian tell.- aii-i acrobats who will perform j The Farm Security Minneapo- each dav immediatelv in front of the' FIRE PROTECTION AT THE FAI R One of the mat, the tors of The Agricultural Society should give attention to this year is having adf-quate fire protection at the grounds at the time of tlu- fair. Peo- ple will feel a great deal more like taking their stuff there to exhibit if they know it will be protected from lire. There are always big chances of a fire at places like that. The build- ings are all wooden and there is al- ways a certain amount of rubbish lying around. Stable help are not always as careful as they might br and a fire might easily result that way if stjine lirunken fellmv did not make the trouble. At the fair val- ue of the exhibits in the buildings should run np into thousands of dol- lars and it is only right that the di- rectors should take particular precau- i lions jo safeguard this property. I tlu- culprit, diffic many to rind TO-DAY IS YOURS for buying th-- work.-; in fiction, an I a large nrrival of paper i'oun.l THE BOOK STAND HAS branch the 0 .W. Kerr Com, me I grand stand. The music .will be fur-j bought a half s-c-tion last week ''is nished by the Lethbridge Dan Thompson. Cash was paid i- Band, a uniformed band of 45 pieces i for the hind, which is situate'! .-omh which was a prize winner in the band i easr uf Kimball. Immediately after competition'at the Winnipeg Exposi-itlu- transaction, the company in turn tion this year. The Indian parade j disposed of the land on the crop pay- and pow wow will again be a i nn-nt plan Mr. Kimball. Lethbridge fair is recognized as the'The deal was pur through by Mr. best place in America today to wit-jOwen. who is the local agent for the ness an Indian display in the old- j company. Another transaction last time war paint and feathers. Good i week by the company on the horse racing is assured, the generous i same terms, was the buying of the purses hung up bf-incr an incentive j half section from K. L. Pilling, near for the presence of th- best race hor-j Aetna and selling it TO Mr. Daw-son, ses in the West. There will be s.plen-! Kimhall. j lid displays of draft, thoroughbred, i______________________ ABOLISH THE SYSTEM It is not known what special line "f impudenct- the negro port'-r used towards Senator Stone so as to provoke that gentleman to the ex-! traordinary action of slapping his j black face. Senator Stone is not the j only one who has had reason to com- plain of the impudence and abuse j given out by pnrterri, stewards, and waiters. It not a common occur- j rence on trains and boats and in ho- 1 teb. The bottom of the trouble ly lies in the matter of tips. If servant in whatever capacity he does not receive tlu1 expected tip he i I sore and neglects or abuses person whom he is supposed to >ervt and for which servicv is paid by the company employing him. Tt is! true that wages are paid with the ex- pectation that the scanty 'wages will be augmented by In fact. places the tipping is so profitable that men pay for the privilege of working there, the tips received mak- ing it very profitable do so. The system all wrong and should be prohibited. If a man is engaged j to do a certain work he oujiht to be j paid by the party engaging him and i he should paid the full value ofj the work clone. It is. not right to ex- pect peoplt- to pay hotel bills and to tip th- be-. fides, or to pay for transportation and then pay exjras for attention.- al-i ready paid for. It is not in keeping with the dignity of manhood either to take n tip which in reality is a bribe for a man to