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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta suirrmE t M, Established Dtcembar, by the Co., Ltd., every lawful Round St.. Lethhridge. j AlbertaTCanada. J W. A. BUCHANAN MUnaginc Director and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered jissU .Daily, six months, delivered J-JJ Daily three montns, aeuveicu Daily, one month, Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail changed as often as de- aired, but both new and old ad- v" dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight Danes and contains a summary of the world's news of the week. Iqcal and foreign. One year, in advance i. ENGLAND Toroato, H. LETHBRIOOE, ALTA. 100 1.75 ministers exhibit in conversation onj the subject. It is alao indicated by the trend of gossip, and by that cur- ious sense of change which may be a change comparable only to the turn felt sensitive to impressions, of the tide upon an estuary when the moored boats swing slowly round." une yem, _, mi months, in advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the following places: Sage, J G. Robertson it -Co J B. A Co.. J. Johnston. Macleod-Toung A Co., R- w- ilton. Pinchsr J- Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. J. Stafford. B E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, ft Atchison. Grassy Tugham, Bow Island-A. F. Werts. THE KIPP TOWNSITE The action of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in" changing the location' of the_Kipp siding and junc- tion is very- strange to say the least. To'the average citizen who considers himself capable of passing judgment upon other men's it looks like a piece of spite work to get even with Mr. Hannan for having the au- dacity to outbid the company for the proposed townsite property. At the time of the school land sale when the site was put up for auc- tion there did not seem to be any doubt as to the location, and it ap- OUR POINT OF VIEW Two weeks till Suuc'.'.y It will be a great day. Get r. :.dy to help it along. When Admiral Lord Charles BerrS- ford comes to'Western Canada, in- stead of the waves ol the ocean dotted with warships he will seethe waves of golden grain cover- ing the boundless prairies and dot- ted with granaries and elevators con- taining what makes the sinews of war and "food for those at home. He will see a large part of the Empire's guarantee.. Side UfHts "it is easy enough to be_ pleaiant When life goes on like a song. But the man worth while the man who can. smile When the telephone rings and he canswers it and says, "Hello I" and. the operator- says, "What and he fiays, "The bell and she says, "No, it didn't." The local baseball season closes on Wednesday. After that what? La- crosse and the DeVeber and football and the Bennett Shield. Leth- sled all last Saturday on condition The mother of :V. twins found them fighting furiously. Willie, the larger twin, was on top. FTe was beating Tommy about the ftce and head. "Why, how dare you strike your brother like cried the mother, taking the boy >y the eax and pulling him off. "I had good cause to strike answered Willie. "What do' you she asked. said :Willie with a right- eous air, "didn't I let him, use my bridge must have them both. Medi cine Hat can have the baseball pen- nant. pears settled fact both from the plans drawn up and from the grade built that" the siding and junction would be on the south west quarter of section. 29. The company's repre- sentative at the sale ran the price considerably over a hundred dollacs an acre, which he certainly would not have done if it had not been '-he company s intention to have the townsite there. When the company did not get ihft site, it was said that it would the siding, but it :hit it could not work that old trick railway commission would not allcw them to change the plans they hors registered. It may be that the- con- Mayor Grier of Macleod threatens that he'd say my prayers for me all this week? And here" I've just found out that he's skipped three days." "Mv announced an un- Car of FEED OATS Gar of B.C. SUGAR i On Track To-day. The Bentley Co. 1i fhsiisite ind letiil Pfcon ii lETHIIIIGE We have the training required to what your doctor wishes. We have all ihe necessary drugs, too but iu addition to this WE HAVE HAD SPECIAL EXPEtlENCE in putting up prescriptions. You get the fcenent of ihii extra experience free ol charge when you "bring your prescriptions to the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W. P. J ALEXANDER 445 CARDSl DR. W. I. OALlRAITH-Pbfiieiaa Burgeon. Accoucher. Hours- lUtart 9 a.m., 8-3; IA p.m. Offlee 111 path at. Phone M. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND 01 AN I Street. Betoit V Ul VA. "v to resi-n if the council insists, on his 'conventional Hyde Park preacher signing the hundred dollar cheque i after a vain appeal for a liberal col- for the cricket club. He can appeal lection, "here is a parable." He pro- to the people for re-election with con- fidence if that is the only issue. Out- tide of the cricket club he should j duced two coins, a five shilling piece and a from his pocket and held them up before "the assemblage. Side QI U1.U VJ.U.U iAt j---- have no opponents and even these! "These_ two corns; a-taltog; one ought to know better. "There is a good deal of satisfac- {day. Said the five shilling piece to the penny, 'Oh, you're a poor thing' I'm worth sixty of you.' 'That may replied the penny tion and pleasure in having visitors y, the' RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES to TBHTfl [KHIBITUH Tickets on Sale AUGUST 22nd to SEPTEMBER 5th Final return limit SEPTEMBER 24th Transit limit ten days in each direction. For full apply to nearest agent, or to J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, beat you easily.' 'What's asked the five shilling piece1 contemptuously. replied the penny, with much complacency, "1 go to church "fax oftener than Bits. An Object Lesson (Chicago Evening Post) Rev. Father Morrissey, for years in charge of the Catholic church in Highland Park, but now stationed' in a church on the west side, told this story to a group of Glidden tour autoists, hut he did not say whether it was a personal experience. A priest went to a barber shop conducted by one of his Irish parish- ioners to get a shave. He observed that the barber was suffering from a recent celebration, but decided to take .a chance. In "a few moments the barber's razor" had nicked the father's neck. "There, Pat, you have cut said the priest, as he raised his hand and caressed the wound. "Yis, answered the barber. "That shows continued "the priest, in a tone of censure, "what the use of liquor will "Plaz, y'r replied -the barber, humbly; "it makes the skin tinder." Carmangay We have 960 acres, all. un- der, cultivation, within one mile of the new town of Car- mangay, -which we -can offer for sale" on very attractive terms. Will sell as a whole or in part. In addition to its production of grain, this farm is noted for its -enormous potato crops c which -..will alone pay for the .land "within a Com- paratively short time. Call at our_ office or write us and' will give you particulars regarding this unusually desirable proposi- _tion. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AJND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block September 5th DR. A. McNALLY-Office Stafford Block. Residence cor. Boinpat and Crabb, Phone: Office 377; residence 72. Dh. J. E. LOVERiNQ-l'hyaicUti Surgeon, Accouctier. Oddfellow. Block. 9 a.m., 11 u> I 3 to 57 7 to 8. Thone, day tor night, 342. 0. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M -Special iat, Eye, Ear, Nose and Tbrnti" Stafford Block. Alu Office a.m., 95 p m 7.8 p.m. 4 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all I _ Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from .......---------13 Copying from for the REMINGTON. MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. DR. GARNET T. IVE3, .OENTIST- Graduate Royal College, of" Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Staffard Block, Rooms 6 and 6.' Hours 9-12. 1-5. MI8S G.A.DA niuse. 'has opened a privte maternity' hoV pital on Wallwork St., hear the "El- lison, Mills. Obstetrical cases, 'to 13.00 per day. day. .Young'children. per day. .Patients art "Tpect- ed lo pay one week-ip advance, and to pay for their own medicines- and spirits. Phone 269 Just arrived at Stock Yards ID Mares and Geldings 40 IF. Rodgers Sale Stables, Wood YOU WOULD MISS IT 01. a sultry day if you are accus- tomed refreshing, cold glass of sparkling Alberta'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 depressed from the heat, try a glass of this beer- The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting" Company, Ltd. TWO WOMEN DROWNED Smiths Falls, Ont., Aug. Harry Stephens, 28 years of age and sister, Jessie Jones, 21 years of age, of Syracuse, N. T., who were visit- ing friends in Jasper, a village six miles' from here, were drowned while fishing in a small .creek yesterday, how the accident occurred prob- ably will never be as there j were no eye witnesses. ENTERTAINED BY CANADIANS rs. londcn, Aug. Frederick and lady Borden and Hon. L. Bro- deur entertained to a recherche dinner last night at the Hotel Cecil, -covers being laid for 65. Among the guests -were: Earl and Countess of Jersey, Sir Joseph and Lady Ward, Sir Gilbert and Lady Parker, the Marchioness of Bonne- gal, Col. Hon. W. ,8. Field- ing, Fielding Kingsmill. "W, F. and "Mrs." Taylor. FOUR REASONS WHY You Should Buy Your'Drugi at the 1. There you wiirreceiVe courteous treaiiiitau uhu best attention. 2. .There you wiil get.just what you ask for arid want 3. There'you.will1 find an entirely new, fresh and carefully selected stock; v 4. There you have a bright, new and'clean store, that it a credit to the city and a pleasant place to deal in. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE AND SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE ACADIA BLOCK Pkw 3 REDPATH ST. ARROW LUKE DISTRICT THE New land ofthe Big T.200 acres Personally Selected Fruit Lands, situated on -the- Arrow Lakes, where Irrigation is Not Kequired. The Best Fruit "Land Proposition before the In- vestor or Homeseeker -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN, MACLEOD ------------LETHBRIDGE GRAHAM HOTEL COAL Best Lump, on the market, per ton delivered c.o.d. Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADD1NGTON Phone 261 City Agent. MUSIC JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-Pu pn cf -Henri, Verbruggen, of Ttaly; Carl, Sinaius; of" Berlin. many. High Class Scotch" specialty: Open for recitals barv quets, concerts, etc. For ?ly RoyaLCollieriea. Lethbridf LEGAL M. JOHNSTONE-Barriater and Solicitor. Office adjoining Dnioii Bank. Lethbridge. SIMMONS t> to W. C. Simmons. RarristPi-H, So- licitors and Notaries. Money to luari W. S. J. SEepherd. T Ice and t DRAYING CONYBEARE, K.C..; Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.' Office Conybeare- Block. Luthbridge. -Al- berta. H. A. J. MACDOUGALL-Barrio Schcitor. Notary. Room H ford BIk. .SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-bumimon Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy-' draulic Engineer. Room 6 ney Block. Phone 206. ARCHITECTS AND j Western Transfer Co. LONG.BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agenta. 'Fiscal Agents for Royal Collieries, Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled B. C. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Socieii Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hull every first and third Wednesday the month -at S p.m. For. full particulars applj Wade, Frtd T. W. President. See., Box 57.- Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Auttioriked Capital Paid Up, 5'S22'22 "D. R. WILKI President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, 'Accounts'bf Corpotatjona, Municipalities, Farmera and Private Individuals invited., SAVINGS attention firen'to Accounts. Deposits of and upwards and inter- est current f'ate from date of depoait.. R. 8EATLE, Manafir. Begin Block, Round SC, beside Stow; letlibridge Aerie No. Ill Meets '1st and '3rd M-qndays In K. of P 'Hall -at i o'clock. Visiting oretbreh are cordially invited1.. j. ASHCROFT, GUS NEIDIG, W.I. Lethbridfe Lodge Regular meeting Anight, the third Thursday-of each month the Mamie Hall, P..0. Block, at 8 p.m.' ViBitini brethren will at receive.- a. hearty. 1 %A ft M" V CM MeMer, Box 6S7, Modern Woodmen of J." America Lethbridge; Camp No. JMteeta. itf-the Oddlellowa Hall 'etery second and ol month. Visiting tittghhofa will al ways receive a hearty welcome. Comn dllor. C L Oriftth; Banker, Dioktoo; Cl.trk, N. Dowtrtl. YM. T. WlCUAMS-Architeci. Whit- ney Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. P. B. Whitney Block." _ Room i. JAS. A. rchitect. Macdohald' Block. Redpath Lethbridge Alta. W. M. Calgaty mntf Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof mg sanitation, heating and ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver. A A A-AA1 Etc- Lethbridge Office. Bryai Block, R. E. 'and contractor. Lighting a_id pow., er installati Plana and catioua. Office McKeown'e ware. Phone 302. GEORGE aod builder. Estimates free. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Tem- porary office City Bakery. Ford St or Box 355, City. J. H. Drafts- man and contractor. cheerfully given. "If- you want, tc see our new ideas in construction. let us show you. They anything. Address Lethbridge'r-P. WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kinde of work in the building-trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box Sli Lcthbridge. IERBERT .foundations, concrete walks, base- .meuta and all- kinds of concrete work. Terms" Esti- mates cheerfully-given. Apply Box 630. City. J. W. and b'uild- er. Special' attention to work. Office and residence 612 Courtland St. Box 1364. 178-28 UNDERTAKING Carmangay Stone grade building "sandstone urA'berta. Ce- ment dealers. Concrete exca- vating contractors. See 'Mclntyre, Bailey Jt Co., Carmangay ADDI80N Under- taken'and Erabalmert. The established in the city, Phone 108. Office and retiri 321 Crabb St. Parlori cpen and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL RECTOR AND riages and equipment new au- to Parloni opposite flrc ball. Open day and night, PhnfM 0. Boi ;