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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily I VOL II. LETH BRIDGE, AuSERTA, 1909. NO. 304, LAYMEN WILL LETHBRIDGE'S BIGFALL FAIR INFULLSWING BOMBARD Is To Visited By Mission- ary Advocates Toronto. Aug. district I laymen's conferences will be held in (Ontario during the fall an-il winter. A delegation of fourteen dcnomina- secretaries, retumtxi mis.sionar- i AWFUL HOT IN MONTREAL f i j Infantt Mortality Is Increasing as a i Result i Montreal. the thor- j jmometer driving all previous records !of the pawcnt summer to the igtouml, Montreal has been having a j weather prognostications there are .hot. du.vs to come. A ruin this morning was nothing a jcr. The stifling heat is driving the grown-ups utmost to desperation in endeavors to guip some relief has liud its greatest effect on the- lives of little children, whom, owing to poverty, their Parents could not j take t0 country or to the nioun- where they might get a breath Th result is in the con- j tural of BIG CROWD THE FIRST DAY Exhibits Are Away Ahead Of Previous Years Live Stock Showing Much Improved Exhibits In the Main Hall Very Creditable Indian Parade Better Than In the Past j Bryan. tunii H. fHcially BRIDGE TURNED OVER TO C.P.R. The train across the bridge y.-ner- land on the other sidi-. Tin's erew w.-re Bridge Co. but in ffutur.- all arrangements will be in tin- of tin- o. P. n. OF SERIOUS CHARGES Allegations Made Against North Dakota Official ta ins air. and District. Airricul- bits in the hall proved to but jtinuotis procession of little white u-s ami proniiuont laymen including hears.-s towards ftie cemeteries durino- i i i i_ men from Toronto, will make la tour of the west, holding1 u conveii- Ition at. Winnipeg on Octo-bor 1st. to From Winnipeg the d.-legation will Medicine Hut, Lethbridge. Alac- k-od. Fernie, Oranbrook, N'elson. Ross pand. Grand Forks, Kev el stoke, Van- couver. Victoria. Westminster. Kamloops. Gol- k-n. Vernon, Calgary. Red Deer, uru-thcona, I-xlmonton. Saskatoon, togina, .Moose Jaw. Brandon. 'ortage l.a Prairie. The Evangel i-al Lssociation which ha.s a membership if has just united the denominations by appoin! ing a cretary to establish a laymen's j-iis- jonary department, l few days. The death rate among children js always appalling .in the summer, hut ,1Ow wiLh hoat makes the strongest suffer. it 3fls worker! havoc thi- little ones. among est. For first merely a day oh done and in which little, or no interest, changed thi> vear. lair of gives pro. on record as -.Treat- up tn the present time. the SHERIFF OF HALTON of goinj held flic first tinn- in it? history day something more than judging waa the public took But all that was Even before the t little very lacrosse match and other sports came off there were several hundred peo- ple on the grounds, looking at the exhibit givim sizing np th.- excellent Dr. Webster, Of Norval, Appointed by Ontario Government torum... Out.. Aug. Webster, of Norval. h.'is jointed by provincial govern- tni, merit as sheriff of the county "of Hal- >oui a month ago. big. The H.-mipl.-s were gu-i.-n much better positions and could be seen a great deal betVr. The irr.-ar. numb.-r entered filled up exo-nt. one little 'corner. The Hall Exhibits The hali exhibits are better than j ever in nearly every particular ami in many departments are very .much previous of surprise that such straw- berries, raspberries, currants- of all faillil-v colors could be grown here. The I ilflli'Is- preserved fruit came in for favorable' K''lly' tlu- comment also. j Gl Kelly, the moth-r: Miss Julia, a these was D.J.Whitney's Hm! Walter play of honey which lookerl ;iuns- Except for their weak- j'lay of wiiich looked cood to i i WHOLE FAMILY ON INDIAN LISTJ ________ j London. Ont.. Aug. The! first time since the Indian lisr went Forks. N. Autf. into force th" authorities., have a Charges brutality to the inmates d tram iroing couniv poor farm were to- day with the Hoard of County 1'om- misskwrs aga'nst Supt. P. J. hon. Suue.s Attorn-y Bangs made the compiiiims which to t.he ef- .Mahon beat up the e who believ better than any before. The .most interesting to the most of the visitors was the display of grain in the sheaf ture. in the bee as a in agriculture and fruit cul-i for th t'-v iir" fect in a tei-ribl TURNED UP O.K. OnO.OQO insurance inutes after the outburst the park j Facilities for lire lighting tlt the rourmg mass of llame.s. .Aliss j Point are poor. the water pressure F.nghsh. Min cashier in the. thealre j was iimj alt hough'-, siron- de- s surrounrhxl by (lames she j tachmeju from t-ho cily i iM escape, and was so terribly out toother with t.'Jtug X01-! fumed that, she .lied'shortly after be- i lie Wy. t.hHr utmost efforts were in-' exmirsion from th brought, four liundred more wbtlf- hun.Ireds of rigs kept bringin- in A- Shamtf: with very fine j the farmers from the surroundiii? i sampjtls Took try. Added to this wore the ht-t] '''U1'1 Al R' best in I for dretls of Indians. all fhesc and snft whcat dass' he people of the city turning out in j Oats ancl Barley bread was worthy of full force the ojty WJJs verv nf K oats in sheaf were fin.-, ami a valu'' of wheat i Inriv exhibit. .Be.n kem was Jlt-monsiratL-d hi, since he was so close {o it, I WILL NOT INTERFERE j Otuaw-a. Auo-. jpartment will not. in Springhjl] mines h'eCiiu.v x Act has ow.n Lots of Good Bread are a yreut- many women A. think they can bake good bread in i for there was an abundance of en- tries in ihis class'and the of ELEVEN LIVES LOST IN FIRE AT VERNON R. C Au The Indian Parade the excursion party got, back from their lunch across thr- brirlee. the band met them gnv-- th-m that- .th.e fun was 'about be. J-'iu. A great many down TO -fee ball game at Athletic Jam.-? i n-coixl by taking place as .he. i Spl to ever .shown The their squaws and little i Big Money for Wheat The .society pays big money for good the occasion and there were no are left without a home. prouder exhibitors in all the fair than ROWLEY TELLS OF TRIP Ulalgary, Aug. C. W. Row- manager of the local branch of Canadian Bank of Commerce, just returned fro an extensive immobile tour through many of centres of Southern Alberta, interviewed bv fodder jaT a11- Someskilliul work was shown; The lire was about -two on shirts. The njoie fancy v.ork by a policeman, who immed- vmbroidi-ries received fav.u-- iatoly gave the alarm, but when the, comment from tile large number, fiiv arrived a few rniauios Int who are always l.jok'.og both stairways wore seething1 sl- it carefully. Some tatting -j-ibited !levs flame- in an incredibly was. very fine indeed and t.ic tiim- thc building was biazin-j i Albert, ami the ablt man. Shot; Fired At Fort William and this encouragement brings out a good lot of grain. The two bushel lots were certainly and a good indication of what this country can for burg lace was also well s a11 awl their .ompan- too much crowded to be shown to" v So this year they decid d -ear "K-y uecmed kCCP idl Dibits out! the. pick in. at doors and from every .comer: and erected large tent for these in j the to rush. The police still i such place that people the -man they had caught; the building have Jo the who -a.-us. Gaii-nn----J 1_____r_ c tllC -x-rc an education to the products of this district. The display of grains and grasses was very though perhaps not any larger than last year. The alfalfa was as usual an attractive exhibit and this year was as good a? ever, were also some extra good of timothy and bromu-s. Fin- Vegetables r A very large part of the hall exhi- .blfion was the usual display of veg- etables which was bigger and bet- ter' than ever. Cabbages, celery, beans, tomatoes, and cauliflower were of thc layout -although all making patchwork quilts nrt dic-j' j with the generation of grande. A notable deficiency at the fair this! year was the very small exhibition] of paintings and drawings. Only Won very few pictures were shown but the i most of them were worthy of morej The Miners took a fell out of the ompeti :on. The absence of these today to the tuno of 11 to I is doubtless due to the lack of pro- pitched good ball allowing only ,pcr place and light to .show them to j tltrce .scattered hits j advantage. The exhibit of burnt j Stetson but with a worfl, was, however, very There was no too, there ure t more booths and side- fired straight, at the knot of strug-! great many glmg men before McTavish station! shows the name of Tom space given to the supposed to be one of thc ring lead-_____ frs. He had a new automatic .45! gun. one of the most deadly weap ,ns I on the gun catalogues. exhi- rest were good. But named it would be collection to beat those this year. The cessful in petti n on those Leizie woe a homer in thc creditable. Bel] and Townscnd both got school work what-; throe-baygers, the former with men TABER NEWS Tiibcr, Aug. Cole Bros, cir- cus, which showod here on ,the 7th put on some very good performances but was attended by almost, every kiiix! of graft, on the whole it being about t-ho ohiikg o-f the kind seen in T-aber for some time. ,1. Men 11 of Idaho is a visitor with his sister Mrs. C. Collett. Miss Mabel Lee of is here on a x'isit with her parents. Taylor, ex-manager oi the Can- .._ __ _________ 0_. _____ ._ vm ever this year except for a very fine; on bases. .The Indian, at short, had i ada Coal mine here is renewing collection of noxious weeds by the j an off day with no less than four er- i acquaintances. Mr. Taylor is pupils of the convent. For some Uoncsch was there with tho now making his home in Peorja, 111. to find a; at the fairi son or other the school exhibits been completely left out, Surprised at Fruit The. fruit was placed in a The Poultry Show poultry farmers are good one. Some of the classes are, a little light but in Plymouth Rocks !Put him out in the fir-st big .stick for the Angels, making thc i ilr- A- VanOrman's mo-tlier and three -hits, one of them a three-sack- l of Bcnnington, Maho, arc at er. Perhaps thc feature of ttte garr.e vjsitin-ir at Mr. Van was thc three-round preliminary bout Miss o-- Utah, ia at second IHISO, jn which Tacks Me- j spending1 Neil and were the principals. Mrs- Gorrigan challeogexl the winner and nous position and many -were the "ex- conspic-jand Wyandottes the competition MURDER CASE AT BOBACYGEON Bobacygcon, Ont.. Aug. coroner's jury inquiring into the murder of HunU day, today returned a fuJ murder against her husband, Joseph Hunter, of ;hc Roy-i al Hotel. SUNDIAL DISTRICT IS A FLOURISHING COMMUNITY Fapmers Happy and Contented-Thi. Year'. Crop Pro.pect, Of the Brightest Character Wheeler had his temper ruffled by i having to fan thm> times ami when jD stealing second knocked jtbe ball out of his hand .he lost his JK. cot ton wood. MI, caragona. He about all startxxl nice ami never Ixxsn touch- and raspberries are doing well. About hundred people ?-t, their at aod j tract for fort, wilj start at Xcw '1 An north-east skle of Little Bow Ri- ver. To the of the Sun-dial Sundial post. store two townships of leased As an index oi the in the njnrh ianri. hut. the to the j vicinity of Sundial i; mitrfit ho m-n- easi oi Sumlial are well settled by j' iomx) that the trade a i who have here only a mail