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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta OUR BlKkberry Cordial and Wild .Mrawkiry Campound have become standard remeilies in almost every houseliold esiJecialJy (lurfiig Atigust and fSepteuiber.. J.D.Higinbothain&Co  Family amM)i8j)eiising.Chemists Telephone 49 ;Ni�hi Bell I^thbridf*;, Ifi^ch of TKc Pemfciroke CoaMrvatory ). GEORGE HARniiR, OiTeeUir, ^ PUPILS BECEIVEb MTtY EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced and progressive methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own and University Exams. Theory, Singing. Violin, Mandolin, Orchestral. Elocution, and Physical Cuft'ure Classes. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND LEC5TURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from September 1st to June 3UtL. Ms New Store. LETHBRtDGE. ALTA. Opera -Houses Rl. AUG. 17 Regal Entertainers in RcHned Higli Class Wmdeviilc. Musical Acts Fire Acts Novelty Acts  Black Faiul Kalispell. Tho Slontniiii nine had ton errors j against ihcm, but thvy were not as j co.stl^\- u.s t hi;sc recorded against j U>lhbrit all very woll for i*c incrvhnnts and the public, �nit hnrdly fair to'the clerks. Do Ihe.v not deserve any cons deration.> By the time a clerk serves .intii one o'ciock, then cIosoh up '^"'1 straightens up hi.s stock, get.s his dinner, etc., he cannot got out to the grounds much before 2..S0 rta red * is being shipped back to tho country it came from, much improved in weight und selling at ?1.30, an advunoo of five cents over, what it cost when brought in. W. H. Brown and C. Orismon of Spring Coulee, sotd 4C0O bushels of Alberta Red to Mr. Strong and it averaged Ot pounds to the bushel in weight. We failed to niakc note of the presence of Superintendent Wilson with the Correspondtmts last weak. The 3upt. is one of the'most en tortaining men in Southern Allioi'ta. With his "Police Yarns" of the long ago he regaled the Correspondents and undoubtedly some of his stories will be given a'place in the news-papers thoy represent.- Magrath Pioneer. POWDER UNDER DOOR Mnqit to Mm Ur MtStotrs Kalispell ......... Lcthbridge ... I 3 .3 4 5 6 II 0 0 0 2-\ 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 A feature of the game was that there was "no bases on balls." EN.TOY MUSICAL TREAT. Open Thursday Next, August 9th Everything new throiishout, iind; table supplied with best tlie market affords OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meal Tickets, �5.00 Ghong Jam Juasg On Ask your ticket agent for tickets -Jviathe Wisconsin Central Ry. sTo- Mtlwaukcf. Chieafo, \nd All Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For'full information address H.J. Bergemann, travelling agent, 371 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. I � I TEY AN , I Jedric Massage Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel Uthbridsc %nh?r Shop Most Up-to-date in town M. PRIEST - PBOPBIETOR N'elson Audience Delighted by Miss Dnhls Singing. Xolson N'ows: It was a most de-lig-htfiil entertainment that Miss Olivia Dabl and Miss Oina Smith provided at Sherman's opera house last evening. There vas a fairly good sized audience and everyone present thoroughly enjoyed the vocal and instrumental selectioas, os was. evidenced by the enthusiastic applause after each number and the, tiu>Tjrous encores. Miss Dahl's voice is one of peculinr charm, powerful, melodious and syni pathetic. Her program was suflle -ieiitly varied to aflord full scope (or her powers and to demonstrate her nm.�itery of tho singing art. Prob -ably she most charmed the 'audi3nm and they should see that Miss OlUtn Bah! and Mlnl^jpina Smith arc greeted by larcrc autlionces. . FARMIBUS MAY START. (Calgary Albertan.) The Parmers' Association of Alberta is seriously considering the proposition of establishing , pork packing cstablishmcut iu Albertti. The Central Association has sent out communications to local assoc -iations regarding the advisability of establishing such an industry and asking .the numVter of hogs in the district. In the majority of cases the local associations have replied favoring tho establishment of such an institution. VACANT JUUOESHlrS. : There' are two vacant judgeships, one in Alberta and ono is Saskatchewan. Hr.^:T. C, Johnstonne of l^e-giha-is doubtless ulated (or the one ini'this province and his appoint-ment tO'tHo position would le a popular one as well as one following the princinle of promotion, for he has, Iteen; the veteran law.ver of the West for'nipkny yeaipi.'^For tho vest-\6m''ludge^pyMr.^il�kk 6t EMmon'^ M ATTERS MU SIC A h. A dastardly attempt was made early Sunday morning to blow up the brick; residence of Jock Scott, Master Mechanic in the Gait mine. Mr. Scott's house is just across the (racks Ift tho north ward. A tin .containing explosives . was placed under the door sill and the cxplosioj) which was heard all over the city-wrecked nearly every window in ,'the house, and ruined the door aflfl vcfrandah. Mr. Scott and his tangly wens in'the house at the time and it is fortunate for them the explosion di4 not develop more serious proportions.- These attempts at blowing up hou8e.s of men who are working at tlie mines arc of too frequent oc-cnrrence and any sympathy of the general public, the miners moy have possessed hiis ' been lessened. Jock Scott or any olhec nian has u right to work in the mines if he wants to. This is a free country and strikers make themsclvrs ci'im-inals when they interfere with the liberty of their fallow men. A cause that has to resort to crim-'nal measures to make men stay away from work, (s completely ruined by auch tactiicS.' . The explosions might, not only mean the destruction of a house, but the joss of life-the lives of men and wonten and children-and still no thought seems to be taken of such a poBsibilit}'. The men who are pej'petratinir tlteso acts, should lie punished as severely as the law wil! permit. Art�r the report of tiM explosion W'as given to the city police investi-gatida'.wa8 commenced and as a re^ suit two arrests were made. One W(is. thai of Peter Osochi and thtt other? A;boy named Mike Rosaskl. The tatter has been released. Ose-aii r�oeived^� pmiiminary hearing tfnd the eourt was adjourned; for a week. DIG whe;at crop in f. s. Will'Harvest Bigiest Crop in. Its History. Tlw ,HtW"' Of Sytit. Fernie Free Press.-C. V. iMng of Frank, president of the Crow's'Nost Lacrosse League, has ddcidod that tho protesteid lacrosse gam� lietwecn Cranbrook and Lethbridge shall bo played at "Ir^rank oh August 30. .H is stated that Frank has oflercd the teanris their entire expenses and $r5 besides. President Lang has probably, lived up to the letter of the" law in dw-id ing as he has done, but he has C'.inH--far short of the spirit of theartisles drawn iip by tho league. Fernie wan the prime mover in tho formation of the Crow's Xest Lacrosse League, arid a Fernie citizen Mr. George .Lc-vasNcur, put up tho trophy for which Cranbrook and Lcthbridge are now playing. The constitution' of ''he league, recogijir.ing Fcrniu's claim in this regard, nmkcs provision for thc! playing^ of draws or tie games lU Fernie, but by tin oversight iiothtiig Vas said of protested games. Proil-dent Lang has .taken advantage u'f this oversight to take the game -ti) Frank. Apart from the sentimental point of view-for no more fitting mtin.ier o( doing honor to the memory of the generous patron of the game couid have boon scUtcted than the playiug of this game at Fernie-apart from this view, Fernie olTers the most .advantages for the holding Of this hi;; ganu!. it '.ton,' htt�^ spoken , of. hut "it ',ls now rumored that .,' > Itber first throe orchestras in connection with tho Conservatory. One orchestra will be or-gani7.pfl for business purposes only, tho other two are for iiistruction, practice and concert work. Ladles and flentlomen who take an interest in' concerted mtisic and who . play some instrument \ise Cattle originatinjg west of Winnipeg, whether within the above described tract or not, consigned to Winnipeg, or to points east thereof, shall he ins;>ected at Winn'pog, and no railway co.nony shall nie>.se such cattlo at Winnipeg or loac! such cattle for reshipment tberefrim until they have been submitted l.y daylight to an Inspector of t.ho lt>-partnicnt of Agriculture and ceitir fled by him to he (ivo from M.>.M;c and o^her contagious or infoctiojs diseases. ^^) Cattlo found on ins|>icv/ion to be afTectcd with Mange or utUer tagious or infectioiis disease vhall Ui dealt, with as may be orde.vJ '' by the Inspector. Owners and persons in charge of cattle are strongly urged to d:p 00 Less ID p.c. selling cost ... 19,200 n79,000. Interest and principal payable annually on $40,000 twenty year dabentures ... $ 8,300 Contingencies ...... ... 7,200 . $10500. Surplus.......................... $35,500 From this it appears the mill is a paying proposition and will be a good thing tor its shareholders.-The next question is how will it benefit any city. The benefit to this cIty.Mr. McPherson points out are as follows: � � ..... The addition of some fifty workpeople to the population; the'opening in our midst of a nuirket for all the wool that can be grown In ;thi8,,dJ�triet* i | \ TZl INCORPORATED., {,610 Hot Weather Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits in Cream Navy and Green reguJai |8.75'for 6.75. White Muslin Blouses 'regular $1.25 for 9Se. Regular $1.75 for 11.39- 2S oikly Woman's Fancy Bloutec regular 1.50 to 2.25 your ehoiee for $1.00 dins 9 -f Any .John III. Stetson hat in the store for $9.75> Men's Colored Shirts regular $1.25 for 85c. PHONE 31 We.~ handle the veriir hest makes. Be sure and see them before buying. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN 'Being a lcthbridge compbny with its'" head ofllce-in this city its earii-ing.s'^'iir Iks spent here, and if ' iisl intended, the capacity will lio doul>-led w'ithin a year o r two it will liuian so ' much, more money spoivt hare. From c>ery standpoint , tin proposition .is good. It is so good one lias to think closely to roalizc how good it is.. An investment that" besides helping ; the city, providing uioro omploynK'nt for the peoxile here, can pay the shareholders handsome dividends, and will have tho support of oveiy intelligent and cu-{orpr!sings;nian in the coniinuiiity. A LIVKLY rilACA.S, One night last week "high jinks" wore raised at No. 8. Two mounted policemen attempted to arrest a drunken mun. The fel -low grabbed a fenco and held on for dear life all tho time yell ng for help. Finall.v a bunch, of men emiar-,god from a house antl camp to there comrades .rescue and succeeded in getting him oWa,y. More policemm were summoned anil- after a lively struggle the drunk, and seven of the men who interfcretl with tho policemen, were arrested. KXGimSIONS TO VAN'COUVKU AND .VICTOnTA.  An excellent chance to vis'.t Vancouver and Victoria is alTordcd by the Canadian raeiflc o.vcursions on August 13th to lath inclusive, when! a rate of single faro plus, two dollars for the round trip is iu effect from all stations in Alberta to these points. Excursion tickets bear n going limit of twenty