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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIOGc DAILY HE.WLD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1909. Daily Herald i- only a tho ohoir but wluit i lie sumo? from the ohfir vi.-ibli 'ivisiblo. kiunv: mill's sun? m.-re tin old .85 de- ad- Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening its office. Kound 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 mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often gired, but both new and dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight j l pages and contains a summary of! the world's news of tho week, local and foreign. One year, in advance Six months, in advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD U on sale at the following place Sage, J. G. Robertst. Co.. J. D. Higinbotham Co., J. J. Johnston. k Co., R. W. Ham- ilton. r Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. J. Stafford. Fwnii, B. E. Suddaby Cranbrook, Atchiscn. L. Reinecke. Tughara Bow F. I TlnTr is nurhiiij: small or uiibi-oom- f iiiftly moilcsi in MI- tin1 I I'ommiri.v working up ilu- Selkirk (Yrj j U'lim'.-il Tln-y askt'U for j :w.. .-iii.i ;i quart.-r milion d-.liars from iii.' Pominiou jrovi'i-nnu'iii and art- i jibout a tontli of that am..unt. Xow they askin- his King Edward to conio and the p'ipSlble tl. i-X- nvi-r fur iu- is man. Bur it wouM tl'r come by tin- youuy couple which sh tho hi-rli in whidi lluy held by their many warm frirmls. ...Thy newly xuarriod couple carry with them tin- wishes of rln- Kust K-r and tlu-ir many frit-mis for a ,'Uid hajipy sojourn through Mr. and Mr.-. H. will n.-.-idf in tile beautiful o'Uago iva-miy vao.-ilcd by Mr. S. Jambs on ami First Norih streets. MAGRATH rioi, i '35 j move would bo it i 3.00! poet tho Kin- i., e no longer a yi bo within tin- have thr tin- occasion to for! K. I.'Uher ;md this would b, ha, b, (l-'roin t'lu' I'imi'vn and Sykt-s, of Loihliriiijrr. 'd in IIMVU last week. Tiu-y in fuluro make char-r L'o.'s New Canned Salmon Car of i Rice j Car of I Feed Oats .75 .50 CLARESHOLM ''I1'. >m R.-viru i Many will regret to Mr K. CWshnhn ui.M.-datr Painter, i, living iur Hill a is ;'d and must comply ,Vl, "is. Hr wil] probably u'hich la- can ,fj 0. town. Ho drilled a hole W> I j without -trikin- water. He am.iher hole some littlr dis- tane.- away and drilled jo-t Hi- aftt-rxvards j a iviv stick-- of dynamite down the dole a days afterwards i> was uisei'Ven-d that ihrre xvas abour i GO iV.'t o] v.-uu-r in the w.-ll. It was aiierwards up io SO f.vt. Tin- i.- a quality and Mr. Paie.li intr is around with a happy The Bentley Co. Ltd. i and Retail FOR Summer Complaint USE Nyal's Wild Strawberry SAFE, SURE. EFFECTIVE. PRICE 25c AT THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER. Prescription Specialist. Phone 445 Graduate Druggist Night Bell and Optician. Phone ttimm I _ Th" WHERE MONEY TALKS The press of the Unite.1 States is beginning to realize what a luughini: stock the nation and its courts are becoming as a result of tin- farce being enacted over the notor- ious Harry Thaw. This is how the St. Paul Daily Nexvs jives "Xpivs- sion TO its disgust "An army of legal talt-nt and num- erous alienists has afrain gathered in New York to determine whether or not Harry Thaw is insane. TT is a ridiculous farce. Everyone know? that j Harry Thaw is as sane a.- any oi his kind; that he wa? imprisoned in a New York-asylum because a jury and a mawkish public sentiment would not permit him to be hanged. H.j one knew at tho time of sentence ll'" that the case was nor end- ed, and that it would continu bob up and periodically nausea: Arnerican people until Thaw wer> either free or every rim knows it now. Yet talented lawyers and scientists with rods of It-itei: lh, ooiistruciioj) >'Tvift, he, "Ui JOi; R.X.U'.M.P c'Jai> WEDD.NG BELLS AT RAYMOND _ _ tojof vV the rjlr. j10jv Vl'r-v happy and iini.ji] -S.Jny r. and Mrs." B. "lighter. Miss C, Hanlin-r Hi muv at ivr 1 Montreal. ft promises t.., strueiuiv and will b lit to the town. j Messrs. MoKlv-t-n and Kike-jbvrry. i Charjtun. Iowa, who are owners j 'I a lai-j-c tract oi land north aid a visit r., Mairrath They return.-d on train. G. .Mercer sold riie IMiiMJp I Mr. Kranz ,.u Austin if. jrc.injr MJ) to over tbe Civek district honiest.-ad tht-p-. Chas. Mere-j stay in town for a iVvv days will 10 Cnvk.' Dur- ing tlir time that Mr. Merc-.-r his s-n ivsided h-n- a number xviJ] s..rry to them L.T.. Phyllis.! son THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR The director.? of the and were uuitod inpistriet Agricultural Society of matrimony, i sparing neither trouble nor expense in j mom pJirci( j making the fair of 1909 bigger and bet- i i'jp Anderson xvhile ier than ever- upwards of! W1NNIFRED The coniini: town on the Canadian Pacific JRy., seven- ty-seven mile? of L-'th- Choice of lots in this fine- ly located lownsite now be- ing offered f-.r the first time-. Prices ivasi liable. Liberal terms. e are exclusive for ihis Blue print information office. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block j tiic eonimittee were. Alex. Cameron, j Ali-x. Mnrrisvin and L. A. Manly. i Mr. Ouneron informed tho board of I rlio .ictioa takf-j by t.hk- town council and inhabitants of Slav Town ivganl- tho maltor of the latter joining j (Vilt-iuaii. The action of tin.- council j in this: manor was fully endorsed and bivuL'ht iorih from all ui' tin- mein- bn> of tin- board eomplhneii- ri-marks. KulloAvini: Mr. wise council j a resuluiion endorsing the action oi j the council Was adopted. j Tin- park for was the. j subject of mueh talk by ihe Board. all considering that, it was in all an ideal spot and would 'bo of inestim- able value to our city in particular and tlie wlioU- district in iit-neral. Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge PROKKSSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. Burgeon. Accoucher. Bulon 9 a.m., 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Offlce 914 St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANI Street. 2.3. .nd Block. Office 1-3. 7-8.30. Phone night .nd d., J- E. mTDV, Accoucner. Oddfellow. Block. Houra-Til] 9 a.m. n u, 3 5. 7 to 8. night. 342. p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES DENTIST MACLEOD NEWS (.From the Advertiser) The committee uf the town council appointed to select, a site for ;i fann- ers' shelter, to bu 'fenced in and equipped with sheds, watering troughs and other conveniences, has chosen four lots instead of the two originally by the Citizen's Com- mittee, situated on the south side oi I 25th st., between and 3rd aves. Two of the lots arc owned by the Mac- leod Supply Company and the ly opposite tho town hall where the ly opposite the town ha! where the old building, formerly occupied by th.- Advertiser stands, and has been usod as a commons for tho. hitching of farmers' rigs for years. .It is suit- able and a central locality aud when sheds and fences are built will be a convenience to tlv.- farmers which will be appreciated. It will be tlit- first item un the program for an ini- p.-.-ved Coal, Ice and PRAYING f Western Transfer Co. LOIS' G BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral ea PHONE MUSIC General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D., WM. TAYLOR MADAM NORMAN-COrehestrU Pi anste. organ and voice produe Viflits or receives preparatory or advanced. for Howard Hours. Street. MACMILLIAN-P, U, of. Henri Vejbruggen. of Bow. taij; Carl Simina. of Berlin many High Class Sootch mnjiio specialty. Open for recite. bai> queta concerts, etc. For term. ip. Ply Royal Collieries. Lethbridf. tinue with sober face? io waste their; time, the public's tim? and public money while ch.is.ing thrhisflws ar-i purses, special attractions are j engaged. Prof. Khol will make a I c u-ith her i thriUine balloon ascension each CIVIC PROBLEMS AT COLEMAN us! Here we are playinp pranks with o'ur judicial machinery for ihe sake of an individual who is not worth the cost of a cannon cracker ir, blow j him up, while cheerfully sentenc-1 j sw to lonsr periods in prison those unfortunates who steal to keep body; and sou] together. TT is a splendid I in exhibition, and if we had not calloused to such things we should have been ashamed. But- we are har- dened, and so the lawyers cor to turn mental handsprings and dou- ble somerr-aujts. and alienists iuniblo over one another in their eagerness to find unheard of what? For the power and the reward of ih almighty American dollar. Does the dollar talk? It seems U in our.law procedure." ;iiy-iiv- w ''r'' Ijresfnt and 'm-lk-d U'HestS the happv rh, iV" r" a ICl' cake and oih.-r held Parks of tiie board on Tu'-sday nigljt at Members pn-srnt it-1. H. rary: Al.-x. Canu-ron BEWARE THE JINGOES If there is not war some time be- tween Great Britain and Germany it. will not be the fault of such as Col. Denison of Toronto and other? who seem to like to be heard for their much speaking. Wars in. these days are created aa much by public opin- ion as by the justice of the cause and it is the firebrand talk of such as Col. Denison thai public j sentiment to the point, that war is i demanded to enforce fanciful rights! and to resent fancied wrongs. When i men begin to state publicly that war! must come between the nations be- j fore there will be any permanent peace, they arf- beginning u> put into J effect their own ideas no matter how j erroneous these may be. Britishers! and Canadians must not be stain- j peded into any war fever or bellicose I position. OUR POINT OF VIEW When water cannot flow through pipe lines fast enough to keep up with the growth of ihe city, it cer- tainly shows that tin- city is growing rapidly. Chief Gillespio was very modest in asking for only two weeks' holiday. The hard work he has put in and the i amount of thought and worry has. j given since he has office have] earned him a holiday if ever one. was! earned by anybody. j TO-DAY IS YOURS for buying th- latest works in an! a large arrival ''f pap.T novei..- THE BOOK STAND HAS A. Manly, A. Simpson. T. Morrison and Rf-v. T. Red Book Everybody Pearson McHure Royal Grand British we- k'.ie? Our clerks stop work at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour from mid-air. Special platforms have been erected for the troop of trained goats and the world famed gym- nasts and acrobats who will perform each day immediately in front of the grand stand. The music will be fur- j nished by the Lethbridge received j Bana'> a uniformed band of 45 pieces which was a prize winner in the band i competition at the Winnipeg Exposi-) Murray. lion this year. _The Indian parade) Tht: Jlrst and pow wow will again be a feature, j w up tho Lethbndge lair is recognized as th, i blsuviri, up ,ho 1 best place m America today to tovvn A of ness an Indian display ,n the bv tlle time war paint and feathers. Good dnift a w forwilrded horse racing aasuren. the generous m plWrnnil.m [purses hung np an hiceutivo) ilJSf o n lor the presence oi thf: best race hor- see in the West. There will be splen- did displays of draft, thoroughbred, and standard bred horses and pure bred cattle, sheep and swine well as grains and grasses and vegetables, as liberal prizes have been in i all theso classes. Professional bnse-j grtiTiG-S ue played, fiiso iu-i Ciosse games. Come and enjoy your- selves. Lethbridge welcomes you. See an upto-date city. See the eighth j wonder of the world, the gigantic rail-! way bridge over a mile long and 3001 feet high. Come and enjoy the hos-j pitality of the citizens of Lothbridge. j iHave a good time. It i? you.; Cheap rates on all railways.. Ask your depot agent. Remember the place and date, Lethbridge, August 10, 11 and 12. For further information write Major W. B. Burnett, Secc.-Treas., Lethbridge and District Agricultural Society. Lethbridge, Alta. SINGING. Miss Ursula Arcvher, pupil of the i celebrated teacher, William Shake- trade speare, will receive pupils in singing WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- Jj ing Etc. vuice A1So .Wj j WELLINGTON f Cor. Cutbill and Court- J land. Box 644. I MISS H. A. DEMPSEY Teacher of piano, organ and tbeory pnncipal of the piano dept., Lett bridge Conservatory of Muaic Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Are., and Bartlett Bt LEGAL M. JOHNSTONE-Barrister for BaHad Concerts, At Homes the Lf-thbridge Conservatory of Music. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from ..............S3 Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to SI40. Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. P C. Simmeiw. Barristers oa-Dtl Money io J Simmons 8. J. Shepherd! C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C, 0 C L Barrister. Solicitor. Etc. berte Ai-' The decision of the Board of Rail- way Commissioners ordering the thn-e cent passenger rate on tho A. Ji. T. lines will be good news to the peo- ple along these lines and to the peo. of Lethbridge. ft will in- creased traffic to the city and that means business and busings prosperity. i The monthly returns from the..land I office, ihe customs oflice tlu- uf- j h'ce of the building inspector ues lo give to prove to the! outsider that Lethbridge and the dis- 'rict surrounding it fire growing nip- idly. The Fergus citizen who died while in a church choir gave .1 lit- demonstration of the fnot that it Gait Coal QRDERS for GALT COAL left, at the General Office of the Company will be delivered to any point within the City Limits at THE WORLD'S CHOICEST FRUIT LANDS Rich Soil Natural irrigation Beautiful Scenery Big Crops Profitable Returns Perfect Climate The Question of Profits will be explained to you by actual settlers if you join our next excursion party which leaves Leth bridge Au- gust 7th. Calgary branch August. 6th. You will have a Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Fin uncial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B C Most Enjoyable Holiday Trip Call or write. -THE, Arrow Lake Orchards M. FUEEMAN Gen. Agent Whitney Block PRIDE Of ALBERTA. No. Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllowa every first and third the month at 8 p.m. For fu particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. Robin ARCHITECTS AND P. B. ROLFSON-Architect. Whitney Block. Room President. See.. Bor 67. IB Srd M o n d ay in K. of P Hall at o'clock. Visiting oretiiren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-Iy GUS NEIDIG, W.B. Imperial Bank of Canada A.M., Lethbridfe Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Maajnic Hall, P. 0. Block. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, W.M. G. V. Btorkey, Secretary. P. 0. Box S37. UNDERTAKING A. MacdoiiaJd Clock. Redpath Lethbridge Alta. f al Uihbndge. Specialwt in heating and MB.A. ATI c" Lethbridge' Qfflce'.' EO.T.BRpAO-Contrftctor and build er. Eatimatea cheerfully fit pair, and alteration execuSd R- E QEORGE-Eiectrical GEORGE BEATON-Contit bmlder Estimate free. and alterauena a H. Architectural Drafts- man contractor. EaUnttM cheerfully given. II 7ou want aee our new idean in constnjctiou let us uhow you. The7 won't coft anything. Address P ADDI3ON SON-Leading Under takers and Embalrners. The established business in the citj Phone 102. Office and resident 321 Crabb St. and night. Parlora open WILLIAM and con- tractor ie prepared to eati- natei free of coit on all of work in the building tradt, includ- Ac Bor ftii Lethbridge. per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up D. R. W ILK IE President The Alberta Railway Irrigation Company HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Account? of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank AcconoLs. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL 01 RECTOR AND riagea and equipment new