Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO FHt utfr.dFMDGE DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, "C Daily Herald 1 sweep the boards against j js always for the prico. ite rumpetitor. Now is the: Then UKTO is the other part of it, ,-vt busy. ,'the purl that is spent mvrt thore is ________________ jnom' coming back. Money sixsnt for j OUR POINT OF VIEW saftneb- sidewalks. stivet graJing ''aiHl such is a irouer as far as tfet I '.nic Wi-'l] wuuer the. new lire cliiel is the mom-v Iniok is concerned and that Established December, 1907 h.ish Yuu c.m.t ,ris.h ;it -s whftt Ux rale for. Pubiisued by the Duuv Herald Punt-1 iug'Co., Ltd., everv'laxvful evening j tm' n'-mnu: ollhor' rhe its office, Round St.. Lethbridgt-. j mtvac up their estimates, the other: Aiberta. Canada. Thi, up air handtxi them over to Uncle i W. A. BUCHANAN i .Managing Director and Editor j Subscription Rates I one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered 2.00! Daily. three months, dehvemi Daily, oue mouth, delivered.....35 j Daily, one year, by mail......3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 i Daifc, three mouths, by mail.....85 Addresses changed often de-' rired, but both new and old ad-; must be given. WEEKLY every Wednesday in eight; and a suunaary of; nearly the world's news of the week, local' year, in advance ...........51.50 Six in advance.- .........75 months, in THE DAILY HERALD i :u j-ak- at the following places: J. G. Robertson, Co.. J. D. Hicinbotliam Co..; J. J. Johnston. i-ht but'they did not reach Tlu- plaoe Charlie and the finance committee to j 'pass opinion on them. It has not] i boon given out yet but I think they j I are making a at sixteen j The Lethbridge fair has big, mills .for the rate. That will. eii.niizh and important .-noujrh io war-, be pivtty jrocKl and 1 don't, rant the appointment of a man ;o: think anyone "'ill have any; practically all his time to kick on that. It is darn; Tlu- Uthbridgf the and, sh.mM ivld an equal position in ih. that most burgs puttios: pruvihc'- with the Calgary fair and the Edmonton fair. Both these fairs '_ have salaried ivho give MiU's Council is for a little) all their time to the tnore money I Think the nitcpuy- tion tiv In t-rs will tei.1 them to borrow it and tlie of tht- go uheail. Then- ain't lw an awiu! eiati.fji iouiv nf things thiit everybody wants. Tiie item a site ami lire hali across the track ought to touch fancy of tile people the track and the bylaw a whooping! majority' over there. The coal mine business looks -dope for the city. All these things look pretty irood and 1 ;hiak Pad will have no, difliculty in getting- ..-noucrh votes to carry the bylaws. i not tliat Th-.1 wind all nor little A !ar iii tci ascvrrain wheth not a of -'.vit-Ji r'ne grain ser-'i. an '.Li in griilty on bn three charges r.f selling foul to of are beginning ;o get a mxiouH io know what rato of is u'Oing To h-v.ni year. Joiibt but that there will o'-er the mill year. The city been i: a a lot of mon- liii- eO'Jpie 11: that the. has io be fciind, filace. no dr-ain. People generally to got. money some place before ;'trif sp'.'n-'l it !1 is borrnw- ii has ti> be iT-puid or else go kf. If city thonsant'ls of dollars w here's the The chief has struck the liurjr and presumably will enter upon his- duties in a few days. Somebody said the -other (.lay that the city: would have half a dozen chiefs before would stay I-don't, know about thai but I think h -ought ;o be. bylaws and told to carry rhem nut n. tlini evi-ry M'li in tlie province sh'Hild visited by them. As it is pfcrajHine of the trip from Winnipeg! to The coa.-t kf'ops the visitors pro'ty I clossly M thf- main The. Board! of Trade shouH ink.-- the matter up' with the Winnipe.rr committoc and as- certain if if is not possible, tn r.-tnee for these scion-jl tiprs to siop off ..-ith on the trip TO tlie the turn trip. As nuuter of fact tho visitors would be given much 4 crfater conception the country ifi thf-y vv'onf out To tlie by ni.-iin lino and came bark by tl Crowe ARROW LAKE DISTRICT GO AFTER THE PRIZES Albfrti! acr.'ii ly in deciding to s-txi an. rxhibition i'-> Fftrniin.if at linurs. AUy-rta of! thf Hupf'rior raised on it> Hiid to prove thru jtis cl.iim.5 war-! ranted thore is? nothing equal to n conipetitioh with other conntrifs. is not only .idvfrtises country! bu it is educative as well. It is not] so long ago since Lethbridge winter! -wheat won the against competi- tors from many of the Western states at Cheyenne, Wyoming nnd if our farmers fftt busy And select their carefully they can go to Bil- FRUIT FARM fOR SALE If you are looking for a fruit farm in the best part of British Columbia, here is your chance to buy one cheap. Only on terms. Teh acres nice little house, five acres cleared and seeded to clover; balance can be brought under cultivation with but little work; this is located within one mile of Enderby, B.C., in the famous Okanagan fruit valley; other unim- proved land 5n the vicinity is selling for to per acre. This is a snap. Investigate. Calvin Hatfield ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK Call at our New Office in the Leth- bridge Hcte) Block, and we tell you how to have A PLEASANT HOLIDAY. if you have a littie money to invest we can explain how to secure a sum- mer home or a profitable life-work. Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN. MACLEOD LETHBRIDGE GRAHAM HOTEL Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Is J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-Donunioo Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hv. drauhc Engineer. Room 5. WhiV aey Block. Phone 205 ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! VM. T. WILLlAMS-Architect ncy Block. Lute of Williama Bros Architects. Detroit. F. B. Room Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD-Archiieci Macdoaald Block. Bedpatb Lethbridge Aha. W M. Architect. Caleary an- Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- mg, saunation. beating and -c- Etc- e Office, Bryan Block. Brokers for R- E- AJi Standard Stocks Handled HEAD P. C. Royal toihenes Ltd j anu contrac'.or. er -as. LODGE Lighting and Piaiw aad specifi ilcKeown's Hard SEATON-Contraetor Lsimsateo free. GEORGE bunuer. iriU'raMorjH a speci poi-ary uiiice ijitv or Box ;j55. City. J- H- Architecturai PRIDE OF ALBERTA, rnan aad contractor. Sstimatea No 293 cheerfully givtn. Ii you Waat to our new iaeas in construcilotj. Sons GJ ffifl anii BpRpfit Iei 1J? .show you They cost UUlltf Ul LliyimiU UCilCltl UUUJCljf! anything. Adiiress P Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hallj every first and third Wednesday IrTipcriaJ Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid D. R, WILKIE President HOW. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, and Private Individuals inrited. SAVINGS attention is given to Bank ol fl.OO and upwards received and inter- ett allowed at oorreat rate from date of deppiit.________________ LiTHiRIDOE BRAHCH-W, R. SCATLC, Bloek, Round Siore. tbe month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President. Sec.. Box 67. WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared, to give esti- mates free of cost on all of work in the building includ- ing, repairs, alterations. Ac. Box 519 Lethbridge. Litfcbritytefitllo. Meets 1st and Srrl M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ij GUS NEIDIG, W.t. IERBERT for foundations, concrete waJks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Box 630. City. J. W. and buiid- er. Special attention to repnir work. Office and residence 612 Courtland St. Box 1364. 178-96 UNDERTAKING Carmangay Stone grade, building sandstone in Alberta. Ce- A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge i ment dealers. Concrete and exca- Lodge meeting nigbt, vating contractors. See Mclntyre, third Thursday or each mouth j Bailey .Carmangay. 189-26 :n the Hall, P. 0. Block.j at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al.! ways receive hearty A. C. Messer. W.M. G.' V. Storkey, Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13WT Meeto in the Oddfellows Hall every fooond and fourth WednewUy of tM month. VUitinf neighkon will wM" receive welwnw. Oewi- 0. L. OriM; W. A dark, H ADDISON A. Under takers and Embtlmerft. The oldest established buaineae in city Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb 8t. Parlors open da> and night. T. FETTERLY-FUNEHAL 01- RECTOR AND EMBALMEJt-Oar and equipment new tod at to date. Parlora opfMite ire hill day and nifbt. Wti F. O. Box 499.