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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUOt'S Dtiy HeroM Prlctcd "the Daily Side J A school girl wits tcq.uired to write un essay of 250 words about un au- submitted tho follow- ing: "Jdy.imcle bought au autonio-. WHAT ABOUT A CQAt (Cuigarv Heraid'.) Frurik of the miners' union, in aii itttrt'view re- cently gave warning ui a iuo next winter. No doubt muuy.heard the remark with a smile. thinking that the eneigetie of tlio nnne. A. BUCHANAN, and Miter. -fit... LfcthbrJdgeJ.btte. couutrv 1 when T I was oiuy about" fifty of his follow employ other two hundred are what my uu- 1.M IJI SJf cle said whea to town, but publication." was .waHci.ii.tt back they are not for Oftily, delitewd, ihwe delivered. Ottly, oiooth. delivered oce by awU _..... Uuee aoatht, by mail ir often de-ihis sundry and divers autdiQcatious! This iniormauoa, cjuung 45 i.M i but both uew.acd old address oiuat be given. An Irishman ovt of applied to the boss of a large repair shop iu Detroit. When tho Celt had stated meat. crL'ttt bulk of the biluumwms coal used in Caljury from tlie 1 Gait mines The Herald J published' in "the sofc coal region, "None of the mints are pro. dueing moiv. than is required by the railroads aiul industrial NEW Strawberry i Jam 51b. 7ib. tins .i. ;i_'_ 1 Makes Specialty Y- The Herald is proud of its achieve- ments yesterday. The publication of. j about, when the equipiu -Jit oi the office and the size of tho btall are token into consideration. To our stall of good honest burd workers the credit is due, here the Herald would like to-emphasize that it is endeavoring to supply this city ami district u metropolitan ideas. We are .spend- ing each mouth close upon lor telegraphic news and special corres- poudeuce in the case of the aster at Fernie the expense of gath- ering the news and sending a st-ifl reporter to the scene of the catas- trophe and the issuing of special editions reached over a hundred dol-1 lars more. We point out these facts j in order to let the citizens know that the publication of a daily in this for the job. the superintendent began him a bit. Starting quite at random he oaked: Do you know anything about car- pentry? Shure. Tlyv i, bliud? his How would you do it? Shure. J'd poke uiu Jingor in eye. tor the .expression. presi- dent, makes 'th? remarks of Mr. Shcr.l uuiii worthy '-'i ittore. ihau i-s usually awarded tlte" re. marks of a prophet in hid own coiin. ir for iiny reason the coal compan- ies are neglecting to-prepare the lueii le Mley Co, Ltd, Lieut.-Governor Fraser, Prenuorj .Murray, and tho lion. ilr. -Fielding )t j waited the Prince of Wsvlgs_jil Quebec and presented him with a magnificent mink coat for the Prin- cess of Wales, as a gift from ihe people of Nova Scotia. Tlie furs in coat are splendid speciuvjns, while the buttons tire of tii U'.rai gold, inlaid with Nova aud amethysts. The coat is vu'ued at Best Bargains in PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH Physician, Surgeon, Office UH .Ucdputh St. Before 9 a.m., Theme 2-8 7-8 p.m. r of pianoforte, organ, and Toucher voice -p 15115 Ov .pupila, ,or iadvunbed.. y ,x Coaching for exams. Howard Crabb Street. is a mutter for most serious condem- nation. It luiiy even a preliminary" to disast-r. If a storm should block. ade the lini-.s .mnninK from Alberta to two eastern and dealers were not 'aiocked vnth a fuel the, conditions would indeed be "aluTmnig." is "uie ptis; sibility oi labor trouble. Individually .there is b'ut one way to guard against the trouble next winter. Those who have- the foresight and the will lay in a before the cold weather comes. rK98 xrw TT I U U LIBERALS IN THE FIELD Regina, Sask., Aug. Eight Lib- Clareshoim SHOES GERM AN' Letterheads Bin Heads Statements Envelopes Cards Receipt Real Estate The C. I. Bownaa hjeflcj Post Gffice Block NOM2H ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL. LECTIONS and 'RENTALS and Accident Insurance Kocmi i HAMILTON i YOUNG Ens'nssrs' and Room Block. TELEPHONE 106 city is no small undertaking, espec- ially when progressive methods iorm the policy of the management. We believe that the Daily Herald -is a good medium for giving publicity to Lethbridge. The place with the daily paper is usually looked up to by the people of the district as the centre of that district, just as Kel- son is considered the capital of the "Kootenays through the possession o: the Daily News. With these few words 'of self adulation we draw the curtain with the hope that the pie appreciate our efforts. The record of the Lethbridge High School in the departmental erals were placed in the field today by r. preseiitative nominating con- ventions and 'he Maplt- Lib- erals confiniied their informal nom- ination of k. Abbott, which took place some days ago. The conven- tions were all largely attvnded and were i adieu dve of the strength of the supporters of tho government in the present contest. are now Libt-rals in the field. Clareshoim, -Aug. Although, the sky all Saturday was clouded with smoke, it was not until this: morn- ing that the terrible holocaust at Fernie became generally known and it has caused a feeling of intense sorrow and sympathy throughout. On Saturday the strong wind carried the smoke well over Clareshoim and to- wards 7 p.m. it became very dark. The sun. when setting, lit up the clouds of smoke with a lurid hue. .Later a cyclone set 4n, first of all blowing from the north and then from the west and crmngiug again. BAD BUSH FIRE Selkirk, Man., Aug. arival of the steamer Rocket, Saturday last, Capt. Coc-hranc reported lurgi fires Deer Island and said tlie saw mill.and a large stock of lumber are reported to b.'. in clanger. BURIED BESIDE HORSE HI LOVED Rich Farmer in. His Will Provided That Body Lie Near "Phil Sheridan." Pitts burg, Aug. W. Phillips, n rich who lived fif- imies south of Pittsbnrg, lias, just TO UNO BUYERS C.F.P.Conybeare, K.O., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, B. C. t CONYBEAftE .JONES Biirriaters, Solicitora, Etc Otlice: Conyfceare Block. Lethbridje, Alta. W. C. SiK4MONi Barrister, Etc. Oflice: Block. by lhe of h5s oW I have 1; Section; of farnv land YOUNCi GIRL TO JAIL ortage la Prairie, Aug. Laura Fossberg, a young girl who pleaded guilty of theft to six months.- was today sentenced tions so far announced is really won- derful. It shows that our school is well conducted and it is questionable Taber, Aug. impressive was the fiiucral service over the re- mains o( Nora Marvilla, the 15- month old daughter of Mr. and Sirs. John Easthope at TWO G> T. P. MEN KILLED Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Gould, engineer on a G. T. P. coiu On Sunday the smoke was clear of 'T i T- >r structiou tram aud E. Mtrris, here and drifting to the south. Such if any other school makes as high a f death. tose Cluresholrn beat Granum at ball by The father of W... G. N. .Johnson of the Clareshoim iledidU Hnil is paj'- ing his son a visit. The practice of obtaining liquor for interdicted persons will no doubt re- ceive a check in this district when it FIRE AT HAGERSVILLE Hagersville, Out., Aug. ex- plosion of gasoline in J. Head's re- pair shop caused the destruction of a block entailing a loss of. Phillips had for some years been at 'daggers drawn with society in gen- eral, and he told his executor that Phil, the 'old horse, had been his tru- est friend, and thai he would "rather A large funeral cortege followed theibecomes knowu that on Saturdnir remains to th leceased was cemetery where lhe individual was fined and costs entombed in mother or sbc imprisonment for such I un offence committed here. After a six weeks' pleasure trip 1 T'ast was the delivery trough British Columbia, Washing- for Harris binders and ton, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah, .1. J. Walton has returned to and friends in Taber. his familv the array was photographed as usual on the front street. There will be a flower show hnre During the month of July, he re- Ion 20th- ports a wave of excessive heat! 70 ppr ccnt' of the wheat is head- throughout the western states, many days of which were unconiUiriaHc. close, and oppressive. Frequently official thenmnneU-rs showed 94 degrees Farenheight. while ed out in this district nn'l harvesting will be general the end of this week Harvesting has already commenced some miles to the east of here. We j could have done with a few showers I luOnS Ju go to hell direct than be buried in {the cemetery.'' 'Phillips was a soldier of of j the Rebellion serving under SherL, dan. In 1871, after his wounds healed and a particularly colt was foaled on his farm, Phillips named him Phil Sheridan, the greatest hon- or he knew how to "bvsiow. For twenty-tight years the horse and thc man Wv-re inseparable, then the horse diod. Their bodies now ivst side by side. Residence te H o o v O x-x vn 2 J2 S F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Blo'-.k. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Lethbridge, Alta. THE MISSES 'BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Avanue Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberla WOMEN'S CHR15T1AN- T EM P E K ANCEUN ION Mi'et in Wesley Ciuircli every third Friday in the month'at 3-30 p. in. Visitors always welcoue. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. HHAS, McCLENAOHAN, Secretar> Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. G. R. A. Ri meeting night, the thirc Thursday of. each month in the Ma-sonic Hall, P. O. 8 p.m. Visiting brethn n will always -receive "n A.C.MKSSER, G.V.STORKEY, "T- M. Secretary, P. 0. Box W7 CHANGE IN TEXT BOOKS P.O. Box 82 The ilodicine Hat News report that: "Arrangements have hven mail by the Board of Trade, with the hearty co-operation of Supt. rence and the Canadian Pacific Railway officials and the Alberta Government telephone system, whereby thc arrival and .departure street thermometers ran as hitch ;is 110 degrees. To offset tho heat thousands people dnily. with picnics throiiir tin- many locnl pleasure resorts others journey to Ibu Pacific cw.A and pitch their tents Jiy the P. Burns of Range L7, north of j tin- river, was it visitor in town to-1 jday. speaks enthusiastically of I the excfllerit conditions of crojis oft whwit. oats, and llnx in vicin- ity. Tiii! harvesting of winter whoat. (k-chtn-fl Mr. Burns, hus Itrgmi. Fa nil crs aro jubilant, and largo yields :tri> I of rain here lately. There was a lit-- tie frost two nights in thc end of] but little harm was done. RACES A grand local race meet, was held here on Friday, thc y.lst, and was! we'll atteiKlud. The racing was guoil atid the general opinion was that it was better than the circuit meet The results were as Ciass A., Harness horses inik- of passerger trains will be an'.icipated. municntetl to telephone customers j---------------- by calling up thc central oflic Central will be advised of ar changes in thc time of arrival, and j will be In a position to keep en- quirers informed." A similar arrangement should be made in Lethbridge. It is almost impossible to get reports of trains uvi-i iiic telephone from the station Pioneer heats, 3 in o. W- I .chow's Prisman won the first heat and J. Robert- son's Nibs the last 3 heats, and took first, money. .1. Smith's Wiikes' won second money. Also ran, II. p. Bell's Gray Kagle and J. Reynold's Uuiety Girl. In the second heat Pris man, who was pulling double fell dead from thc heat and excitement This was a serious loss to Mr. .Le- bow. This horse is said to have won a SH.OUO purse in Minneapolis in his days. Class harness horses, J mile O Coal, Ice and not blamed. They no doubt have lots oi more important work to do. j Ilavrcvcr it would be very easy to iet Know wneiner trains' A were on time or not and tho rouble 4 to tho oponitors would be vr-ry iit.Tie T in inonning a candidate The Conservative Sti'iilhcoiiii niusi, reanw; ihaL hr :s ur- K.c'aJr.Kt ;i forlorn He is trv- i is ing to catoh the fanners' vote by suggesting that the government should lonn them money to equip them with farm machinery free from i j all lien note or mortgage ranee and provide them with steam plnwc to broak np their !r.r.d. He! might a step" further, the i Strathcona Plainriealer say1, and of-j fered them automobile truck wagons! to haul their products to market and touriner whioh to trnvol dnf- ing the summer months while his ipzine Stand Todsy ties Red Mvmscy Scrap Rook Strand Live etc. FOR AUGUST 4- taking caro of their crops. R SIRf wm i A THE PICTURE HIKER won in mree v. j Lindsay's Riicy was second. A 1st i rnn, R. Swiizer's. Dick S.. and J j Smith's Wiikes. Por.y Armstrong's Prince 1st, Stewart Ranch's Barney! -nd. Six ran. (Quarter mile i aid's linoonio was 1st in two straight; heats and J. Reunion's Rags and .T. j Howie's Baldy divided M-cond A'.WJ ran. J. R. Bonnie Door.! anci R. Stein. Half mile pony Arm-i Prinre 1st, Stvwart Ranch's i Barney Munro's Dolly Dot 3rd. Also ran, K. Mason'a Jester, H. Oats' Phrmtom Ship, U. Sharp- IC.H' Spot, M. Brand's Sandy, .T. MaylV'ld's Brown George. i Half niilo horse Stevenson's Croppy 1st, A. Steven- J. son's Collie 2nd, J. R. Watt's Bon- nto Doon 3rd. Half mile foot race, P. Terway 1st. H. N'.'lson '2nd. li.A 1? 1 HE BIOS DEFIANCE "iu i Kkl ho bt-am.- too warm for comfort whon a nun drinks miT cooling sar. snp'irillii. boer, cream and lem- on sodaH. iron bre-w, etc. These are drinks that cool the blood in warm wi-'atlu-r and ;ire r.l thirst qur.nc'u will 'fnrnish you anything ir. t.hn M soft drinks in bottled {M-ids to vmir ordtT. I'Mmonton, Aug. the pup- ils in the nublic schools of thc prov- ince return to theii' studies after the j holidays thny v.'ill take an increased j interest in school work by reason of} the new text books which will be placed in 4heir hands. In addition to the new readers for all standards there will be a change in tho history and arithmetic, text books. Clement's Canadian history and "Buckley and Robertson's History of England and Canada will dropped from the public school cour.se and they will be replaced by Duncan's. The Canadian People, and Rymcs and VA'ong's-Eng- lish history. M. Duncan was for- merly head of the department of his- tory in the Winnipeg collegiate insti- tute, and is now registrar of tho University of Manitoba. His history will, give nil due prominence, to the history of western development. The English history was written by R. S. Sytries, nn old country has been adopted for iiw in Canad- inn elementary schools by Goo. M. i Wrong, professor of history In the; University of Toronto, In the arithmetic course the new t edition of Hamilton Smith's arith-i nietic takes the place of the twen- j Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite L.E: PH ONE 63 "A 4 4 LeftbflrJgeJEriE So. 831 Meets 1st find IM Mon ilavs iu K. of P ILiH _at 8 o7ciock. f Visiting bretliron are invited. S.-6n 'DAVIES, W.P T. .T. WHITE, W. S LICtll CCIIVUt V IPTHRR1BGE ut LLIIilJ MALTING COMPANY, Ltd NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY PROMPTED bytliexapitl- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we bavu just received a very beautiful lino of new and :irtistic designs covering a .wide range prices. Tho Fixlures am of the liiK-st. most durable rnckie plate, and such that you could not but bo interested in thoir boiiuty and utility. It would be a pleasure io have you call and ex- ami no thcnnvhether you nro. au intending pur- chaser or not. Canadian Order ot foresters Conrt Ldbbridge No. 262 Merts it. K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NE1DIG, F.S. Trained nurse opm engagoments. 11 Can b.- ff.xmd ;it Mrs. W. O. Hutton's.! Courtlnnd Si. i C.W.GRAY Where will you Spend your Vacation? If you a re looking; for a place providing excellent hunting, fishing. etc., combined magnificent scenery and unexcelled hotel accommodation, come to CROW'S NEST and stay at the SUMMIT HOTEL Bates and up LETHBRIDGE :i' LETHBRIDGE f.OUvjt NO. 36 C. B. P. 0. E. J.Ieets on of each month at b. 15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAK, M. I-'RJEST. E. U. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 2 Sons of [noland Benefit Societi x j MiTt iu tlie of Pythirt" Hall ftVt-ry fhinl Tlnirflilny in monti'i nf. 8 pvni. Visiting Ip-tlin-n iilways I Wnht-rAi i-'n-ii T. Si i-. J Bor 57. ANDY GOOD. Proprietor II. Xfi.svm 2nJ. First-class Cafe iy THEIR HDTEt lillNG PIOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYJ.E --Lethbridge Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF U STATIONARY ENGINEERS in thft T.nhor Hall sec- ond nnd fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated eii- gincors, and engineers out v-vf employ- ment, would do well to communicate na. xOHERT Chici. W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. 44-lytd-v ;