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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LETHBRIDGE DA.LY HERALD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. IE. Daily Herald MEDICINE HAT Es-tjblished December, 1907 by the Daily Ik-raid Pnu'.- Co., Ltd.. Ijnvful ovcr.iug t'.s uilicv, iiouu'.i fct.. bridge. W. A. BUCHANAN rvianaeins; Director and tduo" Subscription Rates .-ix months, denwivd Daily. iM't'L- delivered l.O'i' Daiiy, oil'.1 month, Daily, one by uiuii _' Daily, six by Daily, three mouths, by maii .85: c ha listed as often a> but both now :iiiii ad- WEEKLV la eigh: puiTv.-, ;tnd a oi wo r.'1.1'5 news vf the week, local i- reign. y-ar, in advance Six iu udv.icce........50 THE DAILY HERALD f are tn say that tivn' timber i> des-.; troycd by Ihv each year than is takenj out of the forests by tho lumbermen.: tKrou' the News) and as a result, the timber -iirces ViVrd received iu th more than. Tuesday the accidt for tin.1 death "i Xei! Jihiv, car inspector at for. s: n t des roy.- the 'far- tfwiit II- 1'rojn the kftablc tii'.ib-T but it. rear a train in front of a passen- y.-inv.' tre.-s that br pi- engine aiui was t rriby m uiirleu. hence ivsuit.-d hi.- .Mounted I'oliee have been un- difficult. able. as yet, to obtain any against prosper- 'whatever o: K.niier, the young French av.d mas1., who disappeared in tlu y r r to logrislat..- or guard asaii; from lightning other friction to purcha; O1.: Saturday last Jens .Neiixju, a iiymfStead-jr mit lu'ar Sov.'U' Per.-1 ins, was biutly bruised and had1 by being ehurg- causal b wind I: rubbing of dry Maci j. D. on. Ci Ham- .1 Mitehell. D. L. >ook Ct Drui; A Bor J. Stafford. Ferni-.. B. K. Siukiaby. Cranbrook. v'c Atciiison. L. Keiiieckf. Grassv Turhain. Bow F. iiavo i-Hcairoa sp-1-.1 i'-'k -r their limirs. tho Gov- lioivn wide pasjag s vvh-'u ir doe? xs ;h'- for-, r. He visited a neighbor the steer and the animal Trees in oi tlie. rop-.1 while being :uid chargru str-iight over H-..' was brought in TO the G' nerui Hospital, where lie wiU b.L a paueut some time, as the bruises ree'.-ivvd are very painful. i W. G. Clenjent, uf Gibr.dter, an: Ontario village r. ar seriously if :iot fatally, injured vi Saturday last -u W. H., ranch whore he is I: S'.enis ihat Cieni-.ut was to in the horses, way tiirown from the Regular and We need the room 5 See Window Ilie BentSsy Co. Ltd. PftOfiE 53' lETKBEIflUE W. P. J. ALEXANDER t wr a OW AK.U Phone 445 THE PARK SITUATION Parks and playgrounds arc as grea nrcr-ssities ior a city as sidewalks and paved streets. A plnce to g" is tn-.- enclosed >it as much wanted as a way to -m vasj. Q- there. In this regard. Lethbridge ha.- wiu-re there are few people this would ciii ne-t return promptly, ji.-arcli' g wa> lor hmi and he was a c.'ndi.iur, t.'ii the 1 Vv'oodland was sum- p adoptvd ;IIK'' iiately had the man :is country especially where it is to the Genera! Hospital, the land. If ih.- tim-1 vv'lt'rt' "ot yet fully ivcvvered ,s half a mile or'.'consciousness. His condition is con- The Oriice of towman t" ust were cat uff are: wid- through the forests ana clear of brush ii micht oreve-it sidered verv critical. fin- from spreading beyond JAN QYSTER In the IN A FEW YEARS Providence, R. I., Aug. oy-; ster set in Bay this is a failure and many of the oyster The failure of the set been lacking. T'hp only place? any- i be vvry difticult if not, thing like a park or playground are Tii.- of the forests in return the public square or the river hot-; money value is bad enough but t T, ,i} torn. The former is not at all suitable; lose them and sret nothing but >mokr Ure Ol 5 a? a place for those enjoyable picnic and ashes is infinitely worse and f renaere? "jore senous by the parties are the delighi, of fam-' need heroic should b- i tndt the same _condi- iliw during the summer months. The. adopted tn preserve as far 35 possible i LonS Island Sound, latter place is very pleasant and suit- this national wealth j whlcl1 w usuaUj" dePendfed abl, whih- one is there but ;he ]il ol of going down make, on-dn-ad it but cry year nuljioiis ol oysu-Kare] the greater labor of cvmins up th- OUR POINT OF VIEW to for spawn. Last: coulees makes one forget the prcv-, Lelhbridge nm-: be ,t th- Dr-I U plu'nomenal and! ious pleasure. While to drive up and' Fanning Congress at Th'r1 anlicipauou a r-Prtilioa tho. down i, an outbid, of the should b" unusually j jneajis most pr-mlt- waging such a' P "umber tnas As it us-: j ually take.- th-- young .jysters a Th- -niTar, -l K Up H -spiial! to mature, the shortage this vear Tn. .quare -is alright ior sports It j, a worthy cause V! not be Mt a f.-w and games to a certain extent but the! ,.TVing ,f ,11 fciud- of ,upp..n is limited and the number of that can be played restricted. The one great drawback :o b-'-th Ha; REMOVED TO the ACADIA.BUILD ING Redpath Street Telephone NOTICE The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore con- ducted by A. L. ROY has been purchased by J. B. REDTER It is important that all outstanding accounts be paid to Bish Davis. is managing the busi- ness, before August 30. I H J Hospital Sunday, September 5th DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANt -Redpatb Street. tt-iu.. 7-8. Block' Crihh Crabb. Mc-NALLY-Office Stafford BomPas and Office 277; residence h. J. E. LOVERiNG-PhysioUu Surgeon. Accouctier. Oddfellow. Block. 9 a.m n u. 1 3 to 6. 7 to s. riioae, 'day night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR. M.D.. C.M flOd Ttiroflt. Stafford Lethbridge. ilu Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 3.5 7-8 p.nj. p TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines. Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. DR. GARNET T. 1VES, DENTIST Graduate Royal College o oStli rjnp' Toronto- 2g aj k. Rooms 6 and c. prlvte v o- on Wallwork St., near the E 115' cases 50 per Young children A b-.-y wa- piiiinj un.. the by a fish'and was tnai n'> LT> M.-hing where the fish ar mall in reality and 1-nrtv unlv in in -.iyed, Swiinming in the river urssa-V except for very strong swimmer? whil- beating is out of the s to rais fifty (11 ''liars for rhe Hospita lurid so they the game a tit- will be a crowd and gooc collection on Monday when thf :i is nlaved off. chain Hosmer is on our ex- desk again bigger, better, rhter and newsier than before. ;irirr merchants and people ought that the Times is liber- in patronage. It is worth it. mat thf: city is able to buy a laxge arpa. some three hundred acres, with- iu -easy access of the city and have a lake half a mile long and hundred feet, wide, with peculiar j-oy to the citizens, especially to the younger element and to the parents of Lethbridge children. The entire area can b'1 irrigated; r and trees will grow rapidly. It will! not be long before. Lf-thbridge in property will have the finest picnic'3' park in Alberta, that is close to a railway. It will be much Yesterday was just-the -day to cir- patronized by the youth of the; culate an ami-dust- petition There the lake being a special was enough dust blowing on the I'ion. Children here can learn to drive a person crazy. A Rowboats ,-md oven sailboats Catering cart would have settled the can add to the plc-asure of as iar as the business section in the winter the will pro.; concerned at any rate, skating, when the ice i? geod.: _____ lhou'! with' the mitt seems to pt-oplc 01 Lethbndge; have disappeared. The scraps of pa- e par buci pt.r on tjje streets jn grj.eater than TlK" dty might dSS) vi- s.- rainvav'the dust nuisance, uiirxc-'il-si picnic. i ALKALI MAY HAVE CAUSED HOG CHOLERA McKELVIE McGUfRI Exclusive Agents. Carmangay We have 960 acres, all un- der cultivation, within one s mile of the new town of Car- mangay, which we can offer for sale on very attractive terms. Will sell as a whole or iii part. In addition to its production of grain, this farm is noted for its enormous potato crops will alone pay for the land within a corn- para tively short time. Call at our office or write .us and we will give you particulars regarding this unusually desirable proposi- tion. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block Just arrived at Stock Yards Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge o Scotch music specialty. Open for recitala ban quets concerts, etc. For terms an clo Royal Collieries, Lethbridf. YOU WOULD MISS IT on a sultry day if you are accus- it refreshing, cold glass of sparkling Alberto's Pride beer if you were deprived of it. It gives you a new life and is most satisfactory for a hot weather drink. When you are I depressed from the heat, try a glass i of this beer. LEGAL L -j hcitors and Notaries W. C. Simmons '8. J. Shepbrrd.' COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 26! City Agent. F. P. CONVBEARE, berta. SURVEYING Coal, Ice and 4 DRAYING j ARCHITECTS AND r "rK mPan, ox b the On'., Aug. -Th..- vase which has broken out .-u ;ho2; 'owned ln-rs by dealers an By this the city wiil this combined exhibition ground and I for not rnoro than fivo thousan'd'' dollars. This is an opportunity not! Tnissfvi. i FOUR REASONS WHY You Should Buy Your Drugs at the FOREST FIRES j There ia no natural resource that! Canada has that calls for more care-! ful protection than the fomte. It 1. There you will receive the most courteous treatment ancl- best attention. 2. There you will get1 just what you ask for and want. Then- you will find an entirely new. fresh and carefully selected stock. 4. Then: you have M bright, new and clean store, that is a credit to the city and a pleasant place to-dta! in. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE AND SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE ACADIA BLOCK Phone 5 REDPATH ST. .THE- Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN, MACLEOD LETHBRIDGE GRAHAM HOTEL Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd, Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, ft. C LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Oddfedllows' Hall third Wednesday p.m.' For fuh Whitney Block. -H. see our new in the every first and the month at particular? appir W. J. Wade, W 0. T. Robin- ec., Box 57. and coo- is prepared to esti- er- 01 cost on all kinds of work m the building trade, includ- ing repairs, alterations. Box 513 leris to. til Meets isi Imperial Bank of Canada M o u (I aye in K. of P Hall at s o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially iuvited. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDJG, W.r JERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractor for foundations, concrete walks base ments and all kinds of concrete vrork. Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully givon. Apply BOX oju. Lit-y. HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Reserve D. R. W ILK IE President HON. ROBERT J AFFRAY Vice-Pros A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each aionth in the Masjnic Hall. P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. G. Moaser. G. V. Storkey. Secretary. P. 0. Box 537. W. and build- er. Special attention to repair I, and residence 612 CourtJand St. Box 1364 178-26 Carmangay Stone grade, building sandstone in Alberta. raent dealers. Concrete exca- vating contractors. See Mclntyre Bailey Co., Carmangay 189-26 UNDERTAKING Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and frivate Individuals invited. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Special attention 13 given to Savinrs Bank Acoounto. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- ft'lowed at current date'of deposit BBANCH-W. R, SEATLE, Manage. Begin Blcck, Round St., beside Bentley'g Store. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. Meets in'thp Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will ira receive a hearty welcome. Conn- ADDISON SON-Leading Under takers and Embalrners. The established business in the city Phone 102. Office and residency 321 Crabb St. Parlors open da> ad night. T. S. DI- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car- riages and t-quipmenl new %nd np to date. Parlors opposite fir- half. Open day and night. .W P. 0. Box 493. ;