Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page THE LETHBRfDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, 19, J.011. Majestic Theatre 2 NIGHTS-MON. August 21 and 22 Boyle Woolfolk preieati MAX BLOOM iu that nifty song show MThe SuJiny Side Of Broadway" You saw Max in "A Winning See him in this play by the tame author. He's better than ever SPECIAL PRICES 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED FAIR WEEK Commencing Monday, August 21 KOLA SIEGALOFFE'S QUAKTETTE and Dancers. SAM HARRIS Coster Comedian. FT. SPECIAL SELECTED MOVING PICTURES Absolutely the. Best Show Ever in the City THE FAMILY THEATRE The nrw steamer Gercma, docked at 1 A dozen prominent citizens of Woof Kingston, lost a on her trip from Montreal. stock were arrested in a raid on a poker -game. Out today VICTOR PUZZLE RECORD Six ii One Price Victor Puzzle Record Six Patriotic Sdcctioiu, all on One) 'PRICE THE NEEDLE IELBCT1 TBE TUNE HEAR IT AT THE NEARBST DEALER'S Berliier Gram-o-phoie United MontTMl The above record' is now on tale at The Mason Risch Co. Dominion Block COUNTRY SAFE WITHiAURIER prominent Britisher Sees -No Danger of Annexa- tion m Reciprocity London to the toast of the Earl of Denbigh at the luncheon ghen In honor of the Can adian artillery' contingent, Ren- ouf deprecated the regard- the absorption of Caitada ,with the' United' a consequence of reciprocity. at Ottawa are empire declared '.Col.'Ren- ouf and nut ari'd In their hands' the destiny- is Lieut" MacMaiightdn, ing the toast of the National Artiller Association, said: "When I was enter talned two weeks ago at Halifax there was a hint of continental com plications and -suggested we be di tained. The Canadians would do thei duty. If Britain required help from the elder child, she could depend on Canada The Canadian artillery today 'fsiting many places of interest in eluding Teddington Rushy Park Hampton Court and Richmond. Today the contingent sent a telegram to King George expressing their .layaltj and good; wishes. AN OLD TIMER TALKS ON OLD TIME WEATHER Howell Harris Who Has Been in the Coun- try Forty Years Gives Interesting Reminiscences TURKISH GOVERNMENT WILL-GET BIG LOAN Constantinople, Aug. ne. gotiations between the Ottoman gov ernnlent and the French capitalists headed by. the Imperial Ottoman bank with reference to-the conclusion oC a public'workis loan of have .been resumed under the auspices of the French embassy and have made some progress. The government has decided to increase the amount which it proposes to bor- row to JloO.OOO.OOO of-which 000 is on the construc- tion of in the European and As Jilt ic provinces of the empire serve the iiieviL- deficit of the four years, and the remainder vviU.represent the cost of the loan and certain payments connected with ita issues NAME WRITTEN' IN DEPOT LED TO VICTIM'S IDENTITY East Grandforka, Aug. hroush the fact; that' he wrote his name on a board Great North- ern depot in this city just two hours before his dep'arture'on an eaatbound passenger being crushed to leath, at Crookston, T between two 'No, Alberta is not much different nowadays thin it was thirty-five ot forty years, said Howel! Harrii, one time fur trader and now cattle man, in conversation with the Herald ast evening. Mr. Harris has been in Canada West for forty-tw6 years, bar ng come here in the year of '69 from Fort Benton Montana JThe fall is DO gi eater the is no nor is the heat of the'summer any more excessive than it. wag in the pioneer days of these prairie lands when the buffalo: roam- ed over our hills m thousands a cattle man sam he I was always interested in the weather-con-, diUons and being somew hat of an would follow in the month of Febru- ary, and then all be over. Regarding Hull 'Since you hive asked me as re- gards the 'said" Mr'. Harris, "I may just state that I have experienc- ed iorae old rippers in my'day. I have, seen the time when I 'would be compelled to leap from my cuyuse, un- do the saddle, and hold it over my head for protection. I guess so. Large enough to kill cat- tle, as I know full well. Frenk Btqrms were of frequent occurrence in those days. One year, on the 9th day of June, I-helped the police to bury a man out near' Walsh, who bad suc- obfiener could keep dose tabjcumbcd to the cold and frost of a sum- on the signs of I li'ave learn ed; mer snow storm. On another occa- sion, 'twas the 17th day of July, in the year of 'S4, I was caught with a, herd of cattle, I was bringing from the Cy- exactlj alike in main particuhrs press Hills in a foot and n half of 'irfit-I .used to trade with the.'Indians, (snow. The storm urea only extended "prophesy. that it is pretty difficult -.accurately the Alberta weather, two sehsons are and learned from tnat conditions tad been much the same (or whole centuries back In some -toe uffalo mould perish bj the hundreds on account of the deep Other unters horses and cattle as as uffaloes xmld sumve at and sleek in the spring. AVGrille, horse wjl! stand.3-better.chance of; Hilling through a. severe storm'than' steer.-because they are better, rusk. ers and have more spirit. A 'Freakish, said Ha ns a uidth of thirty-five miles, as I learned next day; when I rode out of it in an endeavor to find missing steers. But every duck and prairie chicken in the whole of that area was killed. said Mr. Harris, in concluding the i'When the Farmer Came in on Ut e began to lose more heavily from these storms. When cattle drift bc- jfore a storm, they must be allowed to [do without any obstruction to their j course The building of wire fences IB the, obstructions est term to to some of the sea- the drifting steer would stand hud ong I have experienced last sum died for hours u last when the 10r the slini' storm would 'break, they .would nofre- ner of 86 beat; for-during that 'cover ,their senses for ahou eason the tliermonieter registered as nom drift hi 1 igh as 110 m the shade But the win aboilt m fln almosfc ers before and follow ing that summe, U Gr to fmtl tbe protection of cie temfic the hardest Wet falls too al have e.er seen on ,oted for the nms raiue to a depth of feet noL ailowing it to cure proper 16r> stream frozen solid It used u rtnd hence .t had no substmuj But o take me a da> to travel from'lf thp RUtllmn season ftere d i station here to the mouth of the our heirts rejolced fw thcn ne itfle Bow a distance of some that the grass bfi better ,les Tor tno weeks there was no ed than ,f it were in a hajstack and -ain through Lethbridge and no Jour herds would come through the THE Foot Toggery Boots Shoes Hosiery Fitters of Feet Take a guess at our Big Shoe at the Fair, and get a Pair of Shoes Free :ans, the of John Condon of during the Bloomfield 111 tonight tacer ained Otto Hillherg Qf Bsm-dji in compiny with the coroner, lad been written by Condon in Hill- is carried Tor three weeks. ..Opposed that winter were-the mild ones of 6 and 77. those winters the .reams were never frozen across, but Ltle snow fell, and we felt comfort- day, in our shirt- tonight to find the name that berg's presence, they -being tra-velling rg did not 'Condon was crushed to a pulp m this acei dent, his Clothes did not jtne forth an} thing to eiUblfeh hn iden titj. ,1 companions, although know his partner's name. AVITAOR HAS CLOSE CALL IN CHANNEL London, Ausuirt 18-tA V Morriton Iiunsuccessful in the circuit of Great Britain had' a call while attempting channel to France "Wa' monoplane. milee out from land a mishap occurred to the machine which iud denly plunged it'into the sea. A boat reached the airman in time to j rescue him from the .rapidly sinking machine. t The above, tional cases. of course, are eicep- As a. rule, .the period of dry summers was shorter than the period of wet dry, seasons turner looking fine and glossj IT IS FOR, To those who tuat the Canad government annuities scheme in of benefit to those onij who can advantage of it i the are joung it may be pointed but that the bene- nould come in a senes and gradnallj he fit Is equally as great for old people. year by year until the limit would be! reached, when it would start to re- cede again. I have seen thoae rainy seasons coroe on in a space of three years, to such an extent that one auro- mer the Belly River roee twenty-seven feet in three days. For the moat part example will illustrate 75 of age who had .been spending a portion of her capital each year was de- posited in post ofBce savings bank) as well as tne interest found to her horror that she had but left. She was without relatives, .and i AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS! We Print on Posk-anls or per doz. Films per roll. Dnliirgenients Made All Material Guaranteed. We carry the largnt and moit up-to-date stock of In Southern Alberta The British Colonial Photographic Co. Commercial Photographers, SHERLOCK BUILDING. Importer! and Dealers in photographic Suppliet. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The barns, of Colin .Carpenter, near Hamilton, valued at .have been destroyed by (ire. The Montreal Canadian Cluh.. will give a dinner to Admiral Togo- on Monday, August 21. the winters would come on about the realized what her fate last of November, and break te ir life were spar ic January. A few local snowstorms AMERICAN REPORT ON THE WORLD'S CROPS Wnhington, D. C., Aug. foreign crop report for July to- today by the department of agri- culture. In Weatern Canada wheat prospects a ppear: to have main talned excellent promiiei. Coridltlohi at the end of. July for .the whole of Canada are flven 77 last year. .The of winter wheat ireitlmated at: el< The cjreal jo Europe on Aufuat lit hare rWched the latitude of (he.IJrttlih tkt VMI It j fmni one and In Mat from two to three weeta late. The total crop la not Ifcely to equal lair year. Argentine and Chile, where' there' are autumn sown crops, are now paining through mild wlnteri. Weather v'eoridltlonE are reported favorable and indication? point for a good yield of and India .weather condi- tion! have been untoward hut lately mprovement hai been noted. Be Sagacious PROMPTITUDE is what is required When yoq become troubled with; DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOHACH CRAiPS, CHOLERA COHPLAINT, OR ANY LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS COMPREHEND that for over 65 years DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry baa been naed ID thomudi of buHlta for all them oonplaiita, and we hare yet to hear of a caM it haa not cured.; When you go to your druggist or dealer and they try to give you of the cheep unhetitutM, loeM having "Dr. Fowler's" gWei, you. Ptwe Set Uat tie T. Mlllmn Co., Molted, appears rm the wrapper, we are the sole ed to her for a few years longer. But when the clond waa darkest, the sliver lining appeared. A friend told .her of. the Canadian government annui- ties scheme, and her feelings may he imagined when she was informed that her 11800 would yield her for the re- mainder of her. life no matter how long she might live an income of 1225 a year. full Inforrnation concerning this great scheme may be hadjjn applica- tion to the superintendent of Canad- ian government Ottawa. Hostage FAREWELL TO ENGINEER Toronto, Ont.. Aug. farewell dinner and presentation was last nlsht tendered ,to K. A. the engineer's club by the ahimnl so- ciety of the fac.'ilty of applied science of the University of Toronto, lie left lint night for Vancouver whcvo he i takes up a with a Vancouver j syndicate. MERGER MAY HAVE PLANTS IN WEST. Toronto, Aug. Bredin, general manager of the newly formed Canada Bread Company, Ltd., says It is the intention of the company to im- mediately proceed with the erection of a modern bread plant at Winnipeg. He also Intimated that the company would devote particular attention to the 'Western field with greni possibil- ity of Jt having plants in Keglna, Cal- fary avid Vancouver. Five Dollars For A Name A Five Dollar Gold Piece is offered for the best suggestion for a new name for Beding's Stove, North Letlibridge, which is.under new management. One suggestion is allowed with'.each'cash purchase of one doUar during the fifteen days immediately following Sat-' urday, September 2nd. For particulars call at the store. The business has been purchased by L. 0. Walton, who has thoroughly', reuovrtted the entire store and will 'conduct the business on a larger scale. We respectfully solicit your patronage. i'HONK-MS--' FIFTH AVE. NQKTH LETIIIJUIDGE L. WA Prop.