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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lb MIy HerdM EftablUhed D�c�mber, 1907 Publiahed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evornug at its office. Koumi St., l.otlibridge. AlboTta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Minapmg Uircctor and Editor Subscription Rates the munagors of ihc hospitnl dooiot nflvertisc its needs very extensively, but the fuct remains tlie same that they are there. Doubtless before this I ciiiiipnign is over thi- people of the; city will bm>iiip more conversant j nitli tht' affairs of tlie hospital and i its needs tlian lliey were before. The; hospital is an iui^titution in which! everynie .^loiild feel an interest:' alruu!; oiinugh (n render ail possible | iiiisi. Hiirinbotham & Co., J. J. Johnston. M�o4.'od-Young & Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pinpher Creek-K. J. Milehell, D. L. McCreu. Taber-Westhkc Br(.g; Cardston-Alberta Bnijr & Booli Co. Coleman-Master J. Stafford. Fernie, B, C-N. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B.C.-Beattie A Atchison. Claresholm-0. t.. Keinecke. G^assY Lake-Dr. Tnghani. Sow Island-:\. F. Wtls. ynipat and doubtless will be very considerable. OUR POINT OF VIEW Two more by-laws to hoi]) on the good work of making l.ethbridue a sreat. oifv. Boost them along. Attend the fair yonrsclt. Take the family iilong. Bring all your friends. Go with tht' crowd and havr a good time. Cal'-'ary ha.- n mighty gtwd start, but I.i'thbridur is right at home in making ii uood thiisli. Watch u.s this Store ''4 Will Close on Wednesday at 12.30. COMPULSORY EDUCATION Thi- mini wh" wins a red ticket at til.' Letlibridge fair has won sonie-thinp worth having. It is no cinch to get lir.-t jirizf at the fair in most'" classes. ! Till' ti-achei-.s and iHipils of the Lftli Dr. Riddell's reference to oompul- ' sory .'ducation will and a hearty re-; -schools li.-ivr only this week spouse in the mind of everyone who! 'di !he fun tlioy are going has the edueatioiud interests and the j before r^eliool opens next growth of this proyinee at heart, Atj-^f*""^'">' -^"i'' ought to be a present there is a comptilsyry educa-j^T"' red to \-oke-b.'iiids of enibroi'l-l vy insertioii." the .-;li'evt'S being made 1 of with' I'tlging to m.'itch; or, if pre-1 fcrri'd, till' bands atid sleeves may be; of the mali-rJal, jwettily hand-em-! bruiderod. The iiatlern is in live si'/.e.s-y to ]| years. For a girl of 7 years the apron, as in front view, requires l.'i yards of material 3G inches wide, with l.'i yards of insertion and l.'j yards of edging ."j inches wide; .is in back view, it needs 2>j yards 2-1 or 27 inches. wide or i^i yards 36 inches wide. Price of pattern, JO cent.s. Please, telephone ohlovs not later thiui 10 a.m. f The Bentleif Co. ltd. | mm\t nil letiH iuit ti^ �M h�ttle irf NviliL'S HYPOPHOtPHITCS. You ,1 ImI likt a n�w person afttr a ftw dosM nd tht rnultt after taking on* bottle are truly w onderful. Strentthene, invigorate*,' reetoret your appetite and energy. Price $1.00 at PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.a. ALEXANDER, Phone 44B Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate" Druggist and Optician. WMQffASiOHAL CAIDJ HARVEST HELP FOR ALBERTA i where the individual as siieh should ilo the giving. against the greed and neglect of the parents and from his own foolish-iress by demanding his attendance at school for a considerable portion ' SAMPLE PRODUCTS of each vear. An effective compul- .... . . , ^. ... .. . ., , . , , I the wimiows of the imblicity bmld- sory education law is the only way .^^^ ^^^.^ dc^orat^U with samples .to accomplish this desired result. ,f voget^rblcs gathered by ^ .-_-,- |p R p McKjtrick, of the Heratii CIRCUSES j stair, in his drive through the dis- I'liblic ...pinion in this city is large-i trict between the I.lltle Bow imd ly coming to the conclusion that the Bow rivers; This district is from The C. P. RIy. at Winnifred VVill have its depot located on the towiisite owned bj^-Randall inul McMahoii Lots now seiiiiig Don't delay getting in on this good thin^ We are exchisiTe agents for this property Hatch & Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block old idea that 11 circus is a good thing for a town is a myth and a delus ion. People used to say that brought money into the city as people can>e from all around and spent money here for their purchases and their kei-|). To a certain extent that i^ true. altJiuugh merchunts nowadays believe that the amount of purcha.^iiri done by rural cireu.s-goers j.s a very small matter compart*] with the money spent by city circus-j^oeis "who would otherwise have spent their money in the city, j It !.s safe to say that for every doi.-.r hroughi to the eity that is .spent m the city, a circus takes the dollar.s out that w.nild otherwise have been spent with local merchants or in paying debts'. It is nut iilone (he money paid to .see the main eircu.s that robs the city but the large sums taken by side shows, fakirs and gambling devices that always, uccompauy the circus, .'sonie of are legitimate ainusemenis, but most of these are out and out skin ganie.s. Lethbridge this year has had four circuses. It is well within the mark to say that these circuse.s have taken from the city fifteen tUij\�sand dollars that otherwise would have Geen spent in legitimate business or local ainuse-nients. It is doubtful if all the merchants in the city together could show one-tenth that amount of business that came to them because of the circuses and wuuld \iot othevwise have come. In addition to these facts, there ia this also, that ipveiw circus brings to the city a horde of crooks of all .sorts. Chief Gillespie and his men always have an anxiou.s time while a circus is iu 'the city. Petty thieving, disorderly conduct, police court incidents of various sorts and even safe cracking are known to follow directly in the wake of the circus. Lethbridge has all along been easy^' money for these outfits, but it is time a halt. The council should put such a high license on them that only the very best can affotdT to pitch their tents in the city. The way most circuses go after the public is littla less than barefaced robbery and it i,s timi.' this city refused to be robbed, forty to seventy miles north east of L�thbridge and is nrell settled, and jt'. there are hundreds of fields of grain, -p-----[-:---- HOSPITAL SUNDAY; TAG DAY Nearly every town or city of any size in Canada has had its tag day for some philanthropic enterprise. The fraternal societies of this city have seen the need of a boost for the hospital and are preparing to give it by organizing a tag day and Hospital Sunday. Their plan is wotthjr of support by the citi�enB. No one can doubt that the hospital can make excellent use of all the help given it. TO-DAY'S. RED X Book-Stand CONTAINS-R. R. Man Popular Blue Book Smith's Qosmopolitan Story Teller Strand Physical Culture ( Ailstory Fam. Herald Mag. Etude Designer. Delineator fiiew Idea Elite Usual British Wsskliet. lEO X DiiK & moi CO. Lotc Sage's Tlu' Department of .-Vgriculture is (.'ndeav'(3ring to secure a share of the harvest help coming to the West ihi.s season. .Vrran.L'ements have been made with the railway authorities to ticket a suflieie'it number of harvest hands to .Alberta points to "^n-,sure a safe liarv.'sting of the crop. The Department will, if necessary, .send a repre.-entelive to Winnipeg ill onler to i?ee that the province j gi'ts its fair .share of men and to pre-l vent as far as possibli' a larger nuni-! ber going to any one point than isj necessary lo meet the demand. As! tlu'.s.' men will be only ticketed to tlu' stathm, farmers repairing help, should leave their names and loca-1 '''�T tion with their nearest railway agent with friends in town to secure and send out to them the help they need. WHEN YOU HAVE "THAT THIRST" ON whtif niQfe (tooling, qvieuchins'. palliating and altogether satisfying and joy bring-iiig than n bottle or two of some carbonated, iced beverage such as we maini-frttttire fov the good of the thir sty soul? The list is long, bnt here is a partial list: Lemon soda ginger ale, sarsparilla, ginger beev, iroiibrew, orange ciderj etc. in quart and pint bottles, 24 to the c.ise. Served at your door on order. V m lETIIIIDK IREWEIY CO  TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines. ,SI Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from..............$4 Copying Paper, ream, from fl Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES $85 to $140. Call and get terirfs. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. DR. W. S. OALBRAITH-PhfsietoJ Surgeon. Accoueher. Hour*- BnlnJ 9 a.m.. 3-3: 7.8 p.m. Office 914 R#i| path 8t. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAn| -Redpatb Street. Hours-Before a.m.. 2.3, 7-8. DR. A. MeNACLY-OSice asd rof-m^ Stafford Block. OflSoe HoUTa-^ll 12, 1.3, 7-8.30. Phone night and dt 27?. OH. J. E. LOVEIIINO-PhyaloUa Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddtelloir* Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m.. U ti 1 3 to B, 7 to 8. Phone, daf aufl night. 348. O. A. TAYLOR. M.O.. C.M.-Speeui tet. Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridge aIu Office Honr8-9.30-ia a.m.. �-� p m 7-8 p.m. A BOOST FOR LETHBRIDGE. i ANADIAN RAILWAY TRAVEL EAST via Lake Boute steamships each week From Fort William and Port Arthur. First class tickets iaclnde meals and berths on steamships. For accommodation apply to any Ticket Agent, Canadian Pacifie Ry., or, J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Caigary C. E. MePHERSON Gencrat Passenger Agent Winnipeg Briklge Gaii^enters Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, The miierta Raflwif ani^^^ 1^ Go. LEtHBRlOQE. (HiL'h River Times.) Me.ssr.s. K. W. Brisker and Dan Wenger took in the excursion to the at Lethbridge, .iad sinci- their return they hove no-thin-' but the best to say of Lethbridge and district. The soil is rich, and in their opinion, is eqnal to if itru better than any other soil in any district in Southern A.lberta. It is a deep clay loam ,iud i's capable oi producing the very best quality, and tliey are of opinion that it will .stand drouth better than lighter soil. It is tin ininien.sely rich countrj' and when fully developed wiH be the garden oi Canada and the farmers' LAND > FOR SALE Choice block of 956 acres, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. 27-6-14 W. This is. on the Weyburn - Lethbridge e-\fension; smooth, level prairie, free from 8tone.s and will sell for $20.00 per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, $13.00 per acre en block, or 115.50 in half -; $l,aO^.'X> cash' on each half - section, balance, 5 payments, interest at C per cent. Write' or wire W. Jv GILLIALND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, ^B.C, or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block. Lethbridge. NOW IS THE TIME When yovi are at the Fair, see u.s aboi^it making a lioiiie and 'making money in the beautiful ARROW UKE DISTRICT Come ill sind talk it over witli us anyway. Call or writ*. -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards n.JF^MMMAN, Cm. Agrat 6ox61� Whitney Block Pho^je '117 if yon want the S best work done on, # Bepairs, Alterations, etc, I E.W.Kingston ^ Booui 2 Begin Block * Goods called for and 5; returned Impeyiai Bank of Canada HCAO OFriOI-TORONTO 5 Capital AuthoriMd .'.................. .....|l�,ON,ON ! Capital Paid Up ..... ....... .........................S.flM,Mi Rwrva ...... ...... ........ ......... ........S.00O.OM O. R. WILklE President HON. ROBERTMAFFRAY Vioe-Prei. Acoounta of CorporatiouR, MaoiieipalitieB, Merehantt. Famers and Private IndividuaU invited. AVINQS OCPARTMENT^peeial attention li given Jto Saving* Bank Acoonnti. Deposita of |1.00 and upwards received" and Inter-eit mMowed at current rate from date of depoait._ LBTHBRIOQC BRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Manasir. Begin Block. Sound St.. betide Bentler'a Store. Just arrived at Stock Yards tflarenrtSelilflistf J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables � n Wood Street, Lethbridge � 1; Coal, Ice and J: PRAYING \; Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors * > Oifioe opposite Balmoral <, PH o N e es I jyALL PAPER I Largest and be�t stock in ", � the city. Paper Hanging, Painting Elc. WELLlNGtOri Bros. Cor. Cutbill and Court-land. Box 644. ' Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for / R�yalMtiericsLld All Standard Stocks Hsadled HEAD OFFIdt-VIOTORIA, �. O. LODGE P;tlOE OF ALBERTA. SlUOf EuiiM^ Ifeeti in the Oddfedlloiiri' Ball every tltst and third Wednesdajr the luontb at 8 p.m. For (ull particnlars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. Bobin* W. Preaideiit. flee.. Box t1- Meeta let and 'itd Mondays in K- ofP Hall at 8 o'qiock. Viiitin� tMretbren are cordially invited. a. Atti^iOROFt. tiW.P. Mily QUI ilEIOKi. WA OB GARNET T. IVES, OENTIST- Crraduate Royal College of D�ta! Block, Rooms 6 and o. Hours 9-12-1-5- ' MISS Q.A.OAtNTY-Graduate nuree. has opened a prlvte maternity hospital on Wallwork St.. near the Ellison Mills. Obstetrical cases, $1.50 to $3.00 per day. Treatment eases, $2.00 per day. Young children, $1.50 per day. Patiehta arc expected to pay one week in-advance, and ' to pay for their own medicines and spirits.' Phone 269. Musir: '0�ANNE� A. MACMILLIAN_Pu ^'"|",.^e;bruwren. at Bo�.h, Italy; Carl Simiiw. of Berlin. Qe.. mmy High Class S