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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUflUtT f, iffr. Ddty Herald tfci Daily Priotunf tti. Bowville Robt. SJI I-M 1.76 J5 M ufiM> j oikd de-i tal failure." i A'Jtf, "Burns cut his of winter i we have work WON to get about 45 bushols to acre. Mr. A. Lhrouirk winter wheat. wiii "ctimuiviiwj this week. ay tug is nearly finished in thifj vi cinity, also the'sowing of full whaat. Spring: ,'A'heat pcglTiu- ing to riiMja uow and to be crops. Last Saturday afternoon the Bow- vilie uascbali Jiiue crowd of went up ou the "we have hard work below us. See that you arc all armed to the teetii, _ I? J? tti UUWU UIMJ ItUW A. uervouuly; hold up bjte "i'icuic, Cajvtjiiiii "Well, haveu't any tithe." The young wife looked (ieiucted as she set the niiuce pie before her lius- band. "I iu tended to have somo spouge- culte. too. OUR POIMT OF VIEW By all means let us huvv the Irri- gation convontiou here next year. The more conventions that come to the city get. T There is nothing wrong with; Spo- kane. Its contribution-el to the Fernie sufferers was by far tiie greatest'gift received from either side of the Hue: There may be diQerences in tariff between the United States I and Canada but there is 110 barrier preventing oae country being gener- ous ;to the other. Something more should be done to- wards watering the trees of the city than is now being done. Ais a citi- zen remarked yesterday most of tlie 'watering seems to be doiie with -a syringe and .not "fire The Herald cordially supports the Board of Trade's demand for the irrigation system being kept active in the city. We paid for the water 'and we should have it. -That water the hubby, iu a, disappointed tone, for h.) was foad of sponge cake. "The she explained, ".sent mo the wrong kind of An Irishman who wasn't much of a hunter; .went hunt one day, at was .a biuejay sitting saucily on the top of a fencer He blazed away at the bird -and then walked over.to pick it up. What he happened to find there Vas a dead frog, which he raised carefully at arm's length, look ing at it with a puzzled, air. Final- ly he remarked, "Well, begobs, but ye'was a foiue looking burd befur Oi blew t her fithers off o' yerscl" Taber Talker, Aug. O. Tattcrso'i. a young Scotchman, 21 years of met with a shocking accident yest ;r day while working at the ..Canada Coal Co.'s mines. Mr. Patterson is a professional but being; out of accepted a PU.M- is needed too to make this city city beautiful." tion In oae of Co.'s mines, usiiij, "a hot weather does not appear to be doing any damage to the crops Between here and Granum ail the grains look magnificent. Spr.ig wheat is coining along fast und the good old winter wheat is'beinj as rapidly as the binders c-.in do the cutting. No one -needs to worry about the Dusmess prosperity of this country this year. It sounds like music in the ear to hear a sane, conservative inan 11 L. P. Strong declare that thii uis- a punching machine for the purpose of undermining the coal. He observed a portion of the rbo io play tuu Clcvcrvillc sine but thtt weather was very unfavorable for a gauies. The two nines lined up and; went at it. the Bowvillo getting the worst of it at Urst and up till the sixth innings the Cleverville boys had a majority of but in the seventh Ifcggyitte fled the score. In he eighth Cleverville never made a score. In the ninth Bowviiie made nother score, giving them the lead by one. After the the crowd went up to Mr. Cooper's house and1 spent the remainder of the ev- ening in dancing. They had u very enjoyable time. Ice cream and lem- onade were served during the after- loon and evening by B. W. and WiU Hawkijis and daughter. i There will be a baseball' game be- tween Cleverville and, Bowville at the Bowville on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 15. Everybody come White and Hawkins will be on the grounds as usual with their refresh- ments anil there will be a duno? in Bowville hall in the evening after the ball-game. neckyoke; painted black. Will finder, please return to B. W. White and receive the reward. The neckyoke was lost between JVow- ville and Lethbridge. "Sunday School was held Aug7 2nd NEW Strawberry Jam Tib. tins Just Received. lie Bnttej Co, AMU i An Open RoginaV Tiiree Liberal conventions were held to. day, strong being placed in the field at Battktord. Wadeua. Thero were large conventions .in case. Five more Liberal, will ed tomorrow uud the litts of HMJ jjuv- crnnieiit candidates iii the present coiiU'Bt.Tdil -In? coiupiete. Acocrdiiig to the liberal organiser, the are still trying to create "au impression in the re portioiis of -the constitueuciea that from August 14 to August 21. There Best oins i t: GET YOUR I SHOES' AT GERMAN'Sj giving way but before he could, make good Ms escape was caught and pin- ioned to the floor -by the falling He was soon extricated however ironi his perilous condition by eye witnesses of the accident. Drs. Lang and Beach responded quickly to the summons made to them, and after a hasty but tnor- ough examination of the injuries of the unfortunate yoimg man, discover ed that the boiie, immediately above the knee and both the tibia and fib- ula bones of the left leg were broken. trict isn't to be equalled as a raising country. What he had to say about this year's crop and next year's acreage can be accepted as gospel truth. Sir. Strong never; the pa. comfortkblv :BS boasts Unless he is sure facts are right. that his Keep boosting for Lethbridge Fair on August 11, 12 and "Let us all join, whether members of the Agricultural Society or not, in making this year's fair the best ever held in this city. can be expected. The mercury registered -90 degrees today. The atmosphere is warm and close, while the.nights are beautiful. at the school house at eleven o'clock a. m. and church in the evening. The Rev. Mr. Caution delivered the fier- zaon to a large crowd. Sunday afternoon a crowd of yo'Ung folks gathered at Mr. Oluf Wold's and spent enjoyable afternoon.. Armel Williams has gone to Calgary to meet his engineer Mr. Lue Lane of Peoria, Illinois. Mr. Williams expects to commence thresh- ing in a few days. Mr. Cargill, from near Clnresholm, was visiting Mr. Han.ey last Sunday, j So also was was Mr. F. M. White, j Mr. Maihlin lost his shack and ev-i n it including his clothes City of Medicine Hat I II 4 I uucnimwiv nn trutii. .iii_liia_rtipotfctJ and liie Conservatives are passing; it around onl.v in Liberal strongholds. The provmco is taring invaded by Conservative .workers from tiie 'but. side points. Herbert Amos, If; P., of Montreal, 'with his stereoptican ma- chine hold an open ajr sliow on one oi the principal streets hero. Reports from Moose Jaw show that the city is creating much in. terest. ILis a three cornered contest f. R. Green for the Liberals, J. H. Wellington for the Conservatives, [r. is becked by a very strong rganization and. it is expected .that e will defeat both ?yshe, the Independent candidate, n Moosev Jaw, J.A.Sheppard, former member of the House'of Commons is strong and it is not likely that will have much difficulty in de. 'eating Harry Ber r ell. Premier Scott's opponent in Swift Current, is reported to have practically aban_ done.d an active fight and in.Maple Crock' Liberals .report that W: -R. Abbott is gaining ground steadily. G. M. Johnson was unanimously nominated at Kamsack on 3rfohday to be the Liberal standard bearer in the constituency of Peliy. Reports sho-ftyihat Manitoba Consen'atives who are masquerading as grain grow- ers, have- invaded the constituency in the interests of R. S. Duiidas. The Liberal-organization in the -constitu- ency is complete and it is reported that Mr. Johnson will carry the seat on Aug. 14. City Real Estate CAIDS DR. W. S. QALBRAITH Accouchvr _ Oftce Eedpath St. 'Phone Before 9 a.m., S-S 7-8 p.m. MADAM NORMAN (OrcKutral PianUU) Teacher of. pjanofort6: organ, voice production. ViaiU or pupils, prepara tbryj or adracced. tor Crabb Strut. TteC.l.lmu m n ALV'ff ACCOUMTINQ: AUOITINQ, COL. LECTIONS Lift. Accident Insuranc. Uooui 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON YOUNG rt Block. and fifty dollars in cash, by a fire on Saturday last. Gr. G-. Greene and son, Marvin, artso Robert Henderson, a youag man of Oscar'Sanby, of Bergec, X.D., have eighteen years, while riding a horse in company -with a companion, met I with a distressing and painful acci- dent. His friend's horse suddenly became unmanageable and began kicking, the of the animal strik- ing the unfortunate young man on The mail order printing house is trying to lead some of our business men away from patronizing the local job printing concerns. Maybe some of them in the thought that they will save a penny or two, will be caught in the trap, and' send their printing away to Winnipeg. But ev- eryone who may be tempted by the prices offered should call at the local offices first and investigate whether the mail order list Is really a bar- gain. He will find it is not. He will be convinced that the Lethbridge offices (fo a better class of work, as cheaply as the Winnipeg house. In addition the work, if done in Leth- bridge, will be thu product of men living in the city and patronizing the local merchants. What kind of loy alty is it that runs away to Winni peg to given men of that city em .ployment when the work cat be done fully as well an better right here in our ow city? A lot of our merchant howl when people rush orders to de partmental stores hut what can th expect when they not local concerns in other lines of l.-usi ness. The. Herald is not crying the fear of loss of job business he cause it is satisfied that it can pr. duce better work at as iair a prk ns any mail order concern In W.mn peg. We want to the fa.c however that a printing offko ing over a thousand a month in es is worth the loyal Support en" local people. The Herald is at v.-orK ev- ery day promoting the city's inter- ests while the mail order house is busy ail the time looking ufU-r itself, and Lethbridge be the expression but it fitn in just rignt. he left leg, breaking the tibia bone. left for North "Dakota, the former to j look after his farms in Dakpta and Minnesota, amb the latter'to return home after a visit with his-sister Mrs. Ira Burns. Mrs. McAlphin and daughter are visiting their sons Alphin, Willie and Archie, on their homesteads. Mrs. T, .1. Dolan enjoyed a visit j from her mother Mrs. T. M. Cochlin The City have made arrangements where- by a Bus will, meet the Spokane Flyer at COBEEIDGE for between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge of loc each. E. ROBERTS City Clerk TO UNO BUYERS s I have 1 Section iarm laoc K.C., O.C.L., B. Morton JORM, B. C. L COHYBEAHE SL JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc- Office: Conjrbeare Block. Lftthbridgt, Alt.. W. C. SIMMONS AdvocaU, BarritUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. with 5 milea of fence and frame 20 x 2-1, frame shed stable 14x50, 5G acres in oats, 1-3 of crop" going to buyer, a good well of water at the 1-2 Section of raw prairie. New railroad survey through both, and 12 miles from railroad now, with good roads, and same at a snap price. Don't buy of anyone else till you see .this and save real estate man's commission. Address R- G. AODI80K Sviccmor To B. C. MOORE Fun.r.i Director and Office-Next to Presbyterian Ofiarch s "Office Phone'IDS: Residence 136 SCRATCH BOAT WON Cowes, Isle of Wight, Aug. King's Cup, the principal event of the Yacht Squadron regatta, which was opened here' today, was won by the scratch bpat, Sir James Fender's Brynhill. There were ten contestants, including Emperor Wil- iam's Meteor. MURRAY r. Lang attended his injuries. As ic break was a severe one, he will e laid up for some time. cf Granum, a fcw davs lnst weok- Corporal Mason of the R.N.W.M.P. s a busy man these days. He is ruly a rustler. Farmers are busy these days "mak- ng hay while the sun shines." Many are the fav.orbble congratu- ations heard upon our streets re- arding the metropolitan policy of he Daily Herald. Its publication of two timely extra editions pertaining to the awful holocaust at Fernie and adjacent districts, and towns, places it in the front ranks of up-to-date newspapers. Charles Allen; rbf Brampton, was elected pn-sident of the Ontario ho tel and restaurant association; ORDER FOR RAILWAYS Ottawa, Aug. railway com- mission has issued an order to all railways for the protection of trestles watchmen and for fire alarms de- vices from May to October, inclus- ive: This is a month longer than was provided for in the original order: FIRST G. T. P. WRECK Winnipeg, Aug; first wreck on the G. T. P, lines occurred todaj at Rivers, a divisional point 300 miles west of here in which Alex G. Legger- -.vood, engineer lost his life. N. H. Box "4K, or "Brown Poultry Ranch Near Fair Grounds F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Lethbridtt, Alta, to Inprond Irrigated farn S -3 il II Alberta Realty Co Coaldale Block, Lethbridge WILL CARRY NOTABLES Montreal, Aug. C. P. R. ss of Britain, which sails from Quebec on Friday afternoon next will carry a. very large list of saloon pas_ songr-vp, ainutig vvlvoni will be the fol- lowing: Field Marshall Lord Rob- erts, Lady Aileen Roberts, Lord Stratheona. Lord Brucv and other notables. Pioneer Book GRAIM MOVING SLOWLY Committees of Railways Meet to Dis. New York, Aug. sIoXP move- ment of grain shipments from At- lantic ports to Europe that hns pro- vailed for some time causing the withdrawal of many steamships from o'TSMOf this surnmi'T operation of others at a loss many may be relieved tomorrow when there will be a meeting in this city between the traffic managers committee of the !runk line association and nit-n rep- resenting the ocean carriers, to dis- cuss a possible reduction of railroad rates between here and Buffalo. 4 Store Our 20 per cent Discount i im Continues and is a Great Success 11 i t NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY WHITE WEAR This Wear Weather It is also the season of low prices. Such a combination of circumstances should give additional interest to the bargains that are to be had this "sveek end. Summer stocks must go to make room for Fall Goods, and we invite an inspection of our special White Wear Window. WHITE UNDERSKIRTS Regular for NANTON .AT MACLEOD The baseball which was be- ing arranged between Nanton and Macleoc! at Macleod, on Aug. 7, dur- ing the Fair there, has been declared off. Macleod cquld not see their way clear to guarantee expenses as asked by Nanton. However, Macleod hopes to be able to arrange a satisfactory guarantee in the near future. Nanton is an- xious to try conclusions with the Crow's Nest League leaders both in Macleod and Nanton. 1.75 1.90 3.00 1.40 1.50 2.40 CAMBRIC NIGHTGOWNS Regular for 1.40 1.75 3.00 u 1.10 1.40 2.40 TBE mm DRESS MUSLINS These goods have to bo cleared and the suoteas of our previous selling encourages us to the dis- count of 25 per cent off regular prices. We also include all White Muslins and Vestings with these Regular 17k for 13c 20c 30c 40c 60c ON THE BARGAiH COUNTER 20 to 25 per cent discount on Boys1 Wash Suits, Ladies' Corsets, Ladies' Waists and various odd lines in other classes of goods. J. BROWN CO. LTD. f Ring Up 108 i When you want DRAYING "Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: I Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors f Office opposite Balmoral L.E1PH ONE THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing Arjyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRIST JAM T E M RAN C E U N 10 N Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p.. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, SecreUrj Lethbridge Lodge [39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thira Thursday of each, month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER. G.V.STORKEY. M- Secretary, P. 0. Box Meets 1st and Moii d ay a in E. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DA VIES, P 24-ly T. -T. WHITE, AV.S Canadian Order ot Foresters Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... UkS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures. wehavA-just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and .such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you and ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. 1 C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBRIDGE ALIA. Meets iu K. of P Hal! last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.8. LETHBRIDGE i.OUuc. NO. 34 C. B. P. O. E. MeeU on tiie second Tuesday of each month at p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou tf toglaad tafit Societi in the Knigl.ta of Hall first and third Thursday in the month nt 8 p.m. Visiting i-.ivthivn always wd come. Walter A pjiVlij, Frerf T. Robins, S( c. W. 1 raeidfiitt. Box 57. TUU MTU mm Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy aec- And and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineera, and out of employ- ment, do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chiot W. A. DIOK30N, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;