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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IFe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL II. LETHBRIDGt. ALBERTA, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909. NO- 202 OFFICIALS GO TO BRITISH COLUMBIA Make Progress On Naval Defence Coleman Loses Two Highly Esteemed Citizens Aug. and the pn- ..f .The Foothills Canadian delegates meet McKen- Limited, have na( Fisher and other high admiralty Coleman. Alta.. Coleman Miner tire property Print, and N just passed Jrom'the hands of H. E. officials. Lyon and ethers-td a company head-j by J- D. S. Barrett, as president j and busing manager, and T. B. Brandon, as editor and secretary. W." A. drvidson. chief engineer of! the International Goal Co., has been! appointed superintendent in place of; J. W. Powell, who has resigned. j G. Stafford, who resigned his j position as master with the; 1. C. and C. Co.. 1-ist week, to ac-1 t'epr ;i, similar witli the consoli-1 dutAi Mining and Smeltering Co.. at Pheonix, left with his wife and fain-. ilv for. th'1 jj- home wn where th been replaced by strike- LOST LAKE HAS A POST OFFICE (Special to the Coleman. Aug. a result ot flat-esholm. was married to Miss El- the cave-in in one of the workings of !en H. A_ jravecty and F. T. Rob- in the education of i jolm Johns, who lives three miles i ins..''boxes. W. .f. Wade and G-. B. cost of I-ost Lake, -has broken A Mosser will act as 100 acres and built an extra j Marslullli w.hjie .May and G. A double drowning occurred in the thl> is the church fino housCi especially for a baohdor. will wait upon the ministers Moose Jaw river a mile from Moosft !workin- thc IJtiblic school. jNoxt year's crop will take up his Q. the cnurchcs and explain the mat- Jaw, the victims being David erlucation is a iorce in so that he will neetl_a cook. tQ ladics. Committe.J: which a Welshman, and Fraser. first to her cremi, ior tne son of an lnterest m tlie John man linistol ilrst by two length, to Fw, Robinson. tho foreigner and is compelling be dtedualif-M for fouhng >OAV York, to go to school. The factor in pe.als to everybody to help. A. Macdonald oi he-'id "f Association. Claude Ter elevator man won his cha.mpion.ship. Butlor, of t.he Toronto ment to Lono Star in Tp. 12.. H. 18. Argon-i then. Xorth to Grain Ridge in Tp. 15 wilH j thv the "firm of A. Macdonald Co. is j from Sioux City, Iowa, has closed a j awts. won t-ho intermediate singly, H. 18, west to Sweet Valley in in the cit-v today. He is here on wiUi the Claresholm Lumber sculls with P. Mann, of tho New! 19. and regular trip to see the various branch-JO rain company, and is now the pro- York Athletic Club, second, three j. and .Iron Springs to Let-abridge. j mUc.K by a lar; country jp -s who love the truth rr_orc'on Sunday. teaching arithmetic and who j There is no school here yet. In a boy so as to give him j yuct are us yet not enough to think for himself.. 'children of the school age. But a the morning service, Rev. Rich-jschQQi district wilj be organized as Redmond, of London, Out., !soon a.s Tuesday Night the Fair returned through Sundial preachod a strong sermon that was j A D jaycock has corn in his gar-; There will be a program of of the lirm and leaves for Fornic tonight. He could not give, out any- thing concerning any contemplated to the business K- A- Mackenzie, of iMont., is in the city. prietor of the grain elevators former- lengths behind and thoroughly tired! There is a vast acreage under Iv ownod by this company at Gran- urn and S.tavelv. Philipsburg, He has been changes or extensions is enthusiastic ovur the crop! looking Sunny Southern over the country it look.s goo-d to him. says through Washington. prospects all year which are good at- all points. says that he judges that Southern Alberta is getting more than ti? .-haro of the incoming people this vi'3" H" wsis much to the groat ch.'ingos in tho city since ho was her-' n few months ago. STRIKE THIS WEEK Sydney. Ausr. 8.--TJ. M. W. retnrninfr from Sj.rint- Hill civ-1 irivc n -trJke will called at 111-- mine- UK-JV this w he hits and through the Coeur He says this is j certainly the best country ever I saw. Tie intends to here and !hc says that others vdll follow from Montana. Tie snys that any who sell ja farm hero in Alberta and go to j Montana arv certainly foolish. Tie ]-ha.s lived in Montana for twelve ffioifils j years and so he ought to know. TIoi" fanning cnn be done on a largo scale LET BIG CONTRACT jwil! relieve conditions somewhat, j Winnipeg Gram! Trm.k j tferc iK 'iust as much nwd i wore thmnged with .Pacific todav is letting niinion j Bother .lin, to haul the grain n.iscd congrega- don on a ridge with no water except special features at the fair grounds i natural rainfall, yet the com is four tomorrow night. The place .has been three inches high. i wired so that it will be .brilliantly SUNDAY CARS IN CALGARY j_________________lighted with electric lights. The citi- Calgary, Alta.. Aug. The adviin-JA HEW POST OFFICE band will be there as will, also of the Sunday street cur service j IN NORTH COUNTRY, i the orchestra. The Indians will be post office named Roseniead out in full force aod give their pow- n opened on See. wow after eight o'clock in the pwl- in 'out. In the senior quadruple shells. and. next year's acreage 'the Rowing (Tub of St. I will be doubled if not trebled. The Louis did not qualify and a picked crops rtiv fine in every sett lament and crow was chosen to gt'vo the JSTaswa.u the farmers jubilant. Those with nj iBont Club of New York race. The large fields are rather out of sort" i Calcarv was demonstrated to the! A n-w Vorkors won easily. they think of tV Ions: haul to j minfl yesterday hy its ha." be market. The new line to Carmangay i afternoon with Henry Charter, postmaster. He dock in front of the grandstand. The .lolbir contract for th.- i Rookv fvoin Wolf nionntains. between Big Bow. the cars jis ?oing open a general store. Mr. admission will be twenty-five cents, who1 Charter has just bronchi from the i which will take to both the re- i States the tirst manure spreader in-grounds and the grandstand. L.ethbrkige and machinery such as plowing gines ran be nned to advantage, en- 7He Creek west in !Uow l" 'has n splendid heritage in these set-r Elements to tho north of tjie. city. i The. council of the Board of Trado j tin1 City Council should take a iptcnir o.vrnrsion out to Tlow persons Were killi and flr.ny j tJu-n would bo nblo j iTed here hy the eoliu-i'in such questions as the with a freipiit Train. JioA'l and City Markets. DISASTER IN FRANCE i laxat.ion in park? and by takirjp a this part of A'herta. i quite ride TO tho tormina] nf the line Mrs. S. M. Cramer, after a Therc was realism at the Lyiic. 'and back tr> their hnme.s. Ir is esti-! visit to their hnnsestead. returned Toronto, Saturday night, j mated fully eiarht thousand people. Lethbridge. to be near her whon Goldstein in the cast an crosst.-i! tlie bruize to St. who sick in tlm hospital. in "The Wise King." was IslaivJ Park. ,md it i> to say that Mr. Fn of these were several iitousm-i iii.- wlio .-aw trie b'-au'ifit' hnilfliii'.'s f Atvliainhio. hy n accidentally stabbed over the eye m iirlibors. movei! his a Blood spurted from the Hudson'.- IJrsy Wound but. Goldstein finished the ve.-ie.rd av. to his pre-emption. piay. ;