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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta in order to get over out iuto struct .god (The Popular Monthly.) boy had ,'a TMUMDAY, AUOiif T UwtUI. cried like a youngster in the teeth. A beuevoleut old gentle-tan, ever on the lookcmt, for helping those in came alotif arid feund the little chap in tears, so .he stopped and made inquiries, "Hello, my little he saidvin his kindest toue, "what are you cry. Pineher Creek Pineher Creek, Auf. B- T; Baunders relumed ori giturdajTrroiu a few days' viwi'.'in Lcthbridge She wag -accompanied bjr- Mrs.- and Mr. Harold Haiisou. wh.Q _will visit with, her for a week or. to. VOTING ON THE BYLAWS The .eicitenieut of .the fair, the thoughts of the crops aud the hot put.a stop to all discussion on ..trie uf voted on on August 17. That is only uext Monday and whatever is done be done quickly. It is to be hoped that the ratepayer will not go to the .polls without having satisfiwl themselves as to .the facts. There ar.. that every..voter answered to bis satisfac- tion before he marks- his ballot for or against the bylaw. Some of these have been fairly well explained al_' in the discussions at the coun- cil Aboard. Others, require further enlightenment. Some of these ques- tions it in the. city's inter- est to acquire and operate use own light, and power system? If so whe- ther is it better to buy the Lethbridge Electric Company's plant or to iuatal a new plant? price to be paid the company more than it is worth? If so, is the city justified in paying fell dowrV two flights oi iuc boy. went on tho old gentleman.. "What terrible acci- dents, do happen! Nc-ver mind, my boy, he'll soon get better." "Lt ain't sniffed the tearful lad. "My sister saw him fall all the Mr. H. Becker with his 'wite and family has spending a fcvr days in the district looking over kttd.. Mr. Becker represents an American syndicate' who vrast to purchase a few 'th'cHisaud acres lit a good part pass. Good fishing also abounds in the vicinity aud fishing stories are now the order of the day. Mr. Don- ald Thompson and Mr. R. J. Chris- tie both claim the honor of landing the biggest trout, while 'several incm_ Just Received The tartiey Go. IU. Tlie elderly matron with the bun- dles, who was journeying to jwint in Wisconsin rtnd occupied (a seat noar the middle of. the car, had fal. ien asleep. On the seat in front oi lu-r sat a Hale boy. The -brakem.su of the party gret as they think sigh with re- ihe .size of the opened the door of the car and called Ish that got away. out the niiine of the station the train was approaching. The elderly woman roused herself, with a jerk. "Where are we, she ask- ed. "I. don't know, answer- ed the little boy. "Didn't the brakeman say ihmg just "No. He .just stuck his in- side the door and sneezed.'. "Help zne with these things, she exciaimtd hurriedly. "Tlu'-j is Oshkosh. It's where we eel off." the price? Is the city in a position financially to make the expenditure at the present time or would it be bet ter-is wait a.year or more before making the outlay? Thfse some of the questions that every ratepayer should have answered. There set ma to be no doubt as to the necessity of a Second- and a. force main. The septic tank is also a recognized necessity. The is satisfied other items men- tioned in the by.law are jusi as ne- cessary but recognizes that there may be -some argument needed to show this conclusively to the ratepayer who has not made a careful study of the situation. There is little doubt I coltl FalT Wheat Catting Nearly Finished Claresholm, Aug. trmpera. ture fell last evening and today a rain is falling while it is A raiiror two, will, how. biH what the by-law has the support ever> do no hanu- of the majority ot the ratepayers but 1 Mr- George W. Ringrose, of the .it is in- the interests oi the city if the by-law passes at all that it pass with a practically unanimous vote. It is to accomplish this end that the Herald wishes to see discussion of the subject. a. iu-iici OUR POINT OF VIEW Edmonton makes an average of about a month profit out of its electric light and power system. That's better ihan leaving "Ifie mon- ey making to a private concern. Leth- bridge electors should keep that hi mind'.when they cast their ballots next Monday. The complaint that persons are be- ing allowed to do teaming on the streets without a city license should be investigated by the City Council. It 'it is not fair to expect the local teamsters to whack up while outsid- ers are passed by. The rain was a mighty good thing for the Fair. It prevented the farm- prs from working and enabled them to come in and see the best exhibi- tion in Southern Alberta. Had the weather been fine many of them would have remained at horn- liar- vesting. The irrigation convention meets here next year. We guarantee the delegates a ahead of time that th.-y be given a royal reception. Claresholm Furniture Co. was last week united in the bonds of- mstri- money to Agnes Xora daughter of Mr. and Mrs; 0. J. Amundson The hap. py couple will occupy the neat new residence erected by. Mr Ringfbs? east of the track. J. M. So by is building a hand- some addition to his store'which will be used as a grocery department. The building is composed of cement blocks, manufactured by H. L. Wan_ namaker of thii town. No doubt be- fore long Mr. Wannamaker will meet with the patronage he deserves, for his enterprise and there will be a number of these solid and attractive buildings about the town. L. H. Hayter who sold out last fall is visiting here on business for a few days. His present home is in Okla_ homa. It is intended to erect a town fire hall shortly. J. Edlund and Dr. Wall win have built new stables behind their r. si- lences on Railway St The late hail storm touched nowhere near here, though it is said that far east some damage was done. A' number from here attended the Macleod Fair. Travis Bagley took Another party left to spend a week JT so ..at Kelly's camp on Sunday Among the party were Dr. ;nd -Wright Miss O'Neil, Mr. Fred Lindsay, Mr. A. Freebain, Dr. Sillespie goes out to join the parly tomorrow. J. J. Branvff, Jos. Thomp- son and a few others went up to jr'eraie on Sunday to see the effects >f the recent big fire, Mrs. L. H. Hunter returned today join her trip to Proctor. B..C. Rev. W. G. James, Rev. and Mrs. A. H.. Batt, and Mr. S. A. Tucker, :ame home from Calgary on Saturday iight after spending week ttteuding. the Anglican Synod. Mr F. L. Crawford, manager of the Bank of Commerce at Medicine Hat, ind Mr. W. G. "Lynch, manager of the same bank at Macleodarein town today and will spend a couple oi .veeks camping fishing in the dis- trict. They ire accompanied by their .vives and families. Mr. Cyril' Jnckson of the firm o Jackson Bros. Hadware, leaves to. morrow for Banff where he will spenc i couple weeks Mr. A. P. Day one of Medicine Hat's wealthy ranchers is in towi today. Miss Tendon 01 Claresholm, is stay Ice and WesUrB Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietore opposite Balmoral L-E P H O N IjttMt Novei- -tiMaiLaiihie ink; Wells Drawing Paper Babber Sponges Baukert' T. Pint Special Expanding Vertical Filet aud Traugfer The largest aud of Papeteriea iii itbern Alberta No Onler too Large- Ko Order too Sinill untttKE ALTA. FtOFESSlONAt CA2DS OR. W. OALBRAITH furfMNn, W4 Hedpatb St. 'Phone 53 9 a.m., 3-3 7-8 p.tii. NURSING w. Tralued opeu Cau be found at Mrs. W. 0. Hutton'a, Courtland Si. Tte L I. INUI fepsq Mimcitoa AIM in -MADAM-NORM AN- (OrchMtral Teacher of pianoforte, organ, tod voice production. VisiU or receives prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. HOUM, Sirs.t. HAMILTON YOUNG Block. City of Medicine Hat C.F.P.Conyfctart, D.C.L., B. Morton Jonts, B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc Office: Conybeare Block. Altt. ing with friends at Summerview. tL MaunselL of Granum is holidaying at the Same place. The collection in St. John's AnglL Church on Sunday night was, devoted to Church of England work in Fernie. A little over .was re- alized. A heavy electrical storm broke over the town on Monday evening, being followed by a downpour of rain which has lasted- all day today. This is the first break in what has hitherto been an ideal season. The hay crop here .is a splendid one and dur- ing the past few "weeks of fine wea- ther, thousands of tons have bren stacked.- The first man your correspondent has heard of, starting to cut wheat is Mr. Fred Pelletier. Fall wheat all around the district is rapidly ripen, ing and in a few days cutting will be general. The spring wheat is also coming along well and by the time the fall wheat has been harvested will be ready for the binder. Th fall sown crop is a truly magnificent one and some big figures on yields may be expected a little later when the thresher to A criminal case of some importanc We welcome everybody to our store dur- Fair A full stock of all kinds of Groceries, Fruit and Coh- fectionery on hand While at the fair drop in and try our ICE CREAM second for his Clydesdale Stallion, occurred yesterday when'Joseph Fa can will will s c the first largp irrigaiion systt'in t'stablishrtrl in Canada. Premier Rutherford says the sciiool hooks bring printed in a fair shop. Quite likely however ?onif people will profcr to credit the state- ments of the Eye-Opener and certain Conservative campaigners. Tbe truth will reign, nevertheless.. What's the matter tvith having provincial fair here next year Tho Alberta government ought to provide such an exhibition with a largo gr.int aud have it al_ tcmnrely jn tho north, south and c.-n. trc portions of the projinco. It wr.uld a means of bringing the pooplo of th.> several sections of the provine- together and would enable thorn to become better acqnaintf-d with oaoh j.ora Aines.'" J. r. Reynolds ran "Gaiety Girl" in the 2.40 class but want of condition kept her out of tht- prize- list. J. R. Watt's Rcnche King contested the milo Gentleman's Race which In; won last year but on this occasion after .1 hard struggle he wa.s compelled tr. .strike his to Pinche.r Creek horse "Rosii" which won the at Calgary and Okotoks last season. Phoni M. WHOUSUEAmStETJUl FKUIT AMD PRODUCE The City Council have made arrangementswhere- 'by. a .Bus will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- veying passengers bet ween .that station and Medicine ''Hat at a nominal charge of 75c each.. E.ROBERTS City Clerk -I Ai hfrtffc4 Fira, 4 UdMte, fcr the otf. Easy tijmak. W. C. SIMMONS AdvocoU, Barriiter, Etc. Office: Block. J CHttk Hict LetlL. I. G. ADDISOK B. C. MOORE Director and to Presbyterian Cfiurel, Office Phoce 102. Residence 136. F- B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room t Whitney NOMI NATIONS IN OTTAWA Ottawa, Aug. the Liberal convention- held tonight tbe candi- dates nominated for Ottawa for. thl s Tedera L contest A. W. K.C., who beat out R. Stewart, the sitting member and Pr. Chevier, replaces J. B. T. Caron, who has retired from the house. Farmers Attention NOW. IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE id Roof Get a sample and prices at the General Exhibition' Hall. Why worry about Leaky Roofs when they are BO easily remedied Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co, Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 w m LIVERY BARN TO -EXCHANGE R Liverj' barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brrich ol C. N. Rv. -with room for 160 head horses, in liya town. of 700 population, gooa school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu- JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Kedpath THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain .Sewing 41 Argyle i WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN U N JON Meet in Methodist Wesley "Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. .01.' Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 8ecreUr> lars FORD TYLER Lethbridf Hotel.- Lethbridge- Of i STRATHCONA, ALTA. i I Classes open September 33rd, 1 j- Coursei offered leading to B.A. and jB.Sc. i Four of each open for competition at ulation in For particulars write the President of the TJnrrersity, Strathcona, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, 'the third Thursday of each month in the ifssouip Kali, p. 0. Block, at 8 "p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box W7 IR, U7 st BROWN paper nisher, etc.- Carriafe Painting a Specialty 'hone 124' 52 Argyle Meets and M o ii d uys in K. of i> Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. O. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. T. WHITE, W. S M Pioneer Book Store wii its ri district. The Herald understands that tho Dominion government has not yei made a grant to Fornio. The m-r-d is great there and would come in very handy and the would hack the gift. Canada has been ftb- J-Tnj ill tfrwi Jnr-r'll rjf illO people jn other countries, who have suffer.! od by disasters and we should 1> t Our 20 per cent t Discount Sale Continues ITS in r.u: own land. DEATH AT BELLEVILLE Ont.. Aug. Irwin for 21 years assistant insppctor of weights and moasuror.s in ville district was killed in An. Great Success I I. SUE TKnCIUE fiWEI hey appeared to answer ft charge o assault, with intent to do grievou bodily harm to another man namee Paulette Therriault. The case wa. heard at the Mounted Police Bar racks before Inspector Belcher and occupir-d some hours as many wif_' nofiSr-s were examined. The parties I are all well known in the district, so some interest was ,evidenced in tho proceedings. From the evidence n it was learned that both men were assisting another rancher named Thibutot. Tho. accused, Fahey, had become badly infatuated with his employer's daughter but as he did not come up to the matrimonial ox-j pt.-ctations of the young lady and her: parents was rejected. He took; his refusal badly, and, on Saturday last, while under the influence of! drink he accused Therriault, who is j nn elderly man, of supplanting him} in tho flfifctzons of the lady referred i to. He tlu-n procoeded to boat Thor. i rinuit about the head and face with n revolver, inflicting bad injuri.'S.; on when Corporal Moses, R. X. j W. M.- P. u-fnt tn arrest him. hp i satiltt-d him also and the corporal! i had a tussle with him before': his purpose An additional ch.irpt- wn.s laid against of a.s_ l-snultinp a police officer Tin- t-il was cornrnitterl for trial and taki-n to tin; pnrtrd-room last i nipht. DON'T FAIL TO SEE H AYR BROS. Exhibit at the Fair Successors to G. L. Vrooman Phone CanaSa westen Ctartenf Cor- pGfiiiOi, uiitci CAPITAL I HEAD B. C. j Financial and Investment Agents Brokers i i Fiscal Agents for Royal Collieries Ltd. I We deal in all standard stocks. Clearing Out Sale Chance of i Lifetime to Boy MEN S and BOYS' T have to get out of the store by SEPT. 5th, and must sell my entire stock of by that date, I have the biggest stock of working shoes in town, also fine shoes. They must all at below cost Men's Working Shoes from Men's Fine Shoes from Boy's Shoes from 1.75 L25 All good pcoods bought by a practical shoemaker of sixteen years' experience F. Cerman, next Bentley Co. Canadian Order oi Foresters Covt PROJIPTED by the rapid- ly increaiiug demand forBath Room Fixtures. jast recciTed a" rery beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering wide range of prices. Tbe .Fixtures are .of the finest, moat durable nicklc-plate, arid such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine themwhetheryou are an intending pur- chaser or not... ii C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETffiXIKE ALTA. Meets in K. of P lusl Thursday oi month. Visiting Brethren Welcome j. F. "ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S.." '.OLrut C. B. P. O. Meets on atcond Tuesday of each month at B.I5 p.m. E. A. SHAKMAN, M. FRIEST, E. K. Secretary. Lodge Pride of No. Sw if Inefit Sacjeti I TUB NTH Skort Order Between Neils CARROLL DOYLE in tbe Kninl.ln of Pythiu- Hall first and thinl Thurailay in the month nt 8 p.m. Vinitiug IrrHiivn wel W. Bor 57. -Lcthbridgt Lodfe NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF Meet in the Lnbor Mall every gec- nnd fourth in the month. Employers certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. NEVIN, ChieL If. A, D1UK30N. Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;