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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, August Page 5 W Struck the The trail that leads to the Pioneer Lumber Yards, where you can buy all kinds of building material, and get the best possible value for your money Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at Letbbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River Higb River Claresbolu} Nanton Granum Cannahgay Barons Kipp Jet. AUCTION SALE At the Sale Rooms, rear of Dallas Hotel, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT AT 2 SHARP F. G. WADDINGTON CO. are instructed by Mrs.. Wild, late of Grassy Lake to sell by public auction-as above, the contents of a large BOARDING HOUSE AND RESTAURANT For fuller details see tomorrow's advertise- ment. Phone Office. Lyceum Building AT THE EUREKA One of 'the best teams coming over the vaudeville circuit in some time Is a pair of youngsters, boys of perhaps 11 and 13 years respectively. excellent singers, real funny comedians, and some dancers, too. Their duets were features and the solo of the little Have You a Bad Sore! IE so, remember these Buk is now -the most widely used balm In Canada, yet four years ago it was unknown here! Why has it become so popular? Because it heals sores, cures skin diseases, and does what is claim, ed for it. Why not let it heal TOUR sore? Remember that Zam-Buk is alto- gether different to -the ordinary oint- ments. Most of these consist of animal fats. Zam-Bwk contains no trace of any animal fat, or any mineral matter. It is absolutely herbal. Remember -that. Zam-Buk is at the same time healing, soothing, and antiseptic. Kills poison instantly, and all harmful germs. It is suitable alike for recent injuries and diseases, and chronic sores, ulcers, etc. Test bow different and superior Zam-Buk really is. All druggists' and stores at 50c. box. You are warned against harm- ful substitutes and imitations. "coon" in 'the spot light was the real i The negro dialect of this lad was about as near the real thing as could possibly be, and every time he talked everybody laughed. His quick wash up in the record time of ten sec- onds caused such a commotion that Manager Morris's between ace an- nouncement could not be proceeded with for some time. Also on the bill is a magician, -who does stunts with all sorts of things, making things of nothing, and making nothing of ithings. The best series of motion pictures of a long time were on last night, includ- ing "Trained Elephants in showing the remarkable intelligence and strength of these huge beasts. FUNERAL OF MURDER VICTIM (Special to the Feraie, Aug. last act in the tragedy which ended the life of William Palmer so suddenly last Sat- urday evening, was performed today at 2.30 o'clock, when the remains of the young man were followed to the grave by his sorrowing mother, her daughter from Fyfe, B. C., and her young son from Coal Creek. A large turn-out of friends of the family ac- companied them upon their journey of sorrow. The funeral took place from Scott's undertaking parlors to Christ church, the services being con- ducted by Rev..Walton, rector. The body of Haller, now lying in the morgue, will be interred tomor- row, thus ending a tragedy n'mch will be remembered a long time by those who were in any way connect-- ed with it. Upon examination of the body of the desperate man, who so soon ivaid the penalty of death for his crime, it was found that his name, M. Haller and the figures, 1882, were tattooed upon his right arm, underneath a crown and a scroll. Nothing definite as to his nativity or from whence he came to this country can be learned from those most intimate with him.1; he always shunning any reference to the subject. "Gdod Morning! Where did you get that shine "Put it on myself." "You're Joking 1" "Sure I did I "What "PACKARD'S Combination Shoe Dressing of coarte. It's only draaslnt that vrtll pot on shine Hka that. Stays on. too. A sh'no or two a week, -with rub other mornings, keeps my shoes Makes them wesr better, too." A of a bottle of cJewalnt liquid and a tin of polishing pasta. Box for all blade for browni or tans. At all tnd 2Sc. Therms a. Packard Drtssbif jarff evtry ItaOttr. U BL. PACKARD CO, Limited. 1 MONTREAL. Finances of Exhibition Presented to Directors ANNUITIES FOR WORN OUT PASTORS BUY AT FOR ROOSEVELT H. A. Driggs, of Grassy Lake, is in the city. Supt. Uren, of the Cranbrook divi- sion of the C.P.R-, is in the city today in his private caboose., The Laurier decoration committee has had work commenced this morn- ing on the grain arch to be erected at the corner of Round arid Redpath streets. Chicago, Aug. invita- tions to the Hamilton club banquet to Theodore Roosevelt on Sept 8 have been out only 24 hours, and plates are quoted at ?7.50 each, 400 reservations were made today and the entertain- ment committee 'began figuring on larger quarters for the event, as the present quarters accommodate only 75 guests. It was before the Hamilton club that the "Strenuous Life" -was launched, and the "Big Stick" (Became a symbol of the Roosevelt .policies. A M Meeting (Continued from front To be Addressed by The Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, P.C., G.C.M.G. Hon George P. Graham Hon. A. L. Sifton Hon. Frank Oliver E. M. Macdonald, M.P. F. F. Pardee, M'.P. And Others Will Be Held On Public Square, Lethbridge At four o'clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, August 31st The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend Fare and One-Third on both lines of the A. R. I. and on the C. P. R. from Ooleman on the west, Grassy Lake on the east, Claresholm on the north and on the Cannangay branch. Grood going on the 30th and re- turning September 1st. System of Payment Changed by the Methodist General Conference Victoria, Aug. commission on conference boundaries had. a skir- mish this morning over the recom- mendation to disband the Bay of Quinte conference and form another including a part of the city of Tor- onto called Toronto Bast conference I The Toronto men protested agains 'this. Other delegates had sympathj with it as they thought the Bay o Quinte -district was too circumscribed in its run of good circuits. The ques tioa was referred back for considera tion till later. Montreal and Hamil ton conferences may have a turn in solving the'problems. Several chang- es .take place in the superannuation fund constitution. Some new provi-j sions are that ministers -widows re- j ceive an annuity oi less than and -that a superannuated minister j will receive an annuity for life, Hith- j erto it has been for the number of years equal to the time he had been', in active work up to 23 years c only after that for life. Each claimmt j had an annuity equal to SlO per year for every year he has been in ihe ac-; tive work. Hitherto this was the, case only with those who had teen fifty years or more in active work. Before a man can he superannuated he must receive two-thirds vote of his conference. A deputation from the Lord's Day Alliance of Canada addressed the con- ference through Rev. Dr. Perrin, Bish op of Columbia, and Dr. T. A. Moore. The best indication of their success is seen in the fact that 000 men have been relieved from their demands of Sunday labor since March 1907, and one-third less freight trains run now on Sunday than at that time. Some of the delegates express- ed surprise at the wide open Sunday seen in Victoria. I-Ie assured them that the present was a great improvement on five vcars ago. Secretary's Report The secretary's report and state- ment follow 'I herewith present the financial statement of our operations for this fear. You will find the statement shows a deficit of whereas, the original estimate made, 'only showed a deficit of The rea- sons for this increase.are mainly as 'ollows We issued practically the .same pre- mium list as last year and estimated practically having to pay the same amount of premiums, whereas, our were so many we have paid more for premiums than we estimated. .Then at the time the estimate was. made we expected to go on to the new grounds, which were to be ready for our use without :xpense to us, but having to use the old grounds we were obliged to go to an expense for additions to them of and for work in cleaning them up, repairs, alterations; etc., to the amount of Then, after the estimate was made an expendi- ture of was authorized for the Band Contest and an expenditure of for the Indians. At the time the estimate was made, as stated, we expected to use the new grounds with plenty of grand- stand room. "We also expected to be able to run excursions in, and hoped for a good crop. None of these things materializ-ed, and our gate and grand stand money is 00 less than our estimate.. These amounts added to the -deficit which was estimated at come to a total of a little more than the ac- tual deficit. As for the fair, it is unnecessary for me to say that it was the most successful fair ever held in Leth- hridge. In point of attendance, exhi- bits, attractions, races, parade, ab- sence of drunkenness and vice it ex- celled any fair we have ever given. The credit for this is entirely, due to the President and Directors and most particularly to the headis of commit- tees, most of whom spent their en- tire time on the ground during the days of the Fair, working hard and everything that it was possible to make things go. The list of entries was as follows: Horses 221, cattle 62, sheep 27, swine 25, poultry 197, other depart- ments 624, making a total' of 1156 entries. We offered in premiums 647.00 and have paid The fair is past and gone and in some respects the deficit is the larg- est thing we have left concerning it. Nevertheless, it must not he over- looked that we have the memory and the advertisement, of having given a first-class, big, up-to-date, fair, doing much to contradict the prevailing reports concerning the "busted" condition of this district, and I believe that by so doing, we have laid the foundation for much greater fairs on our new grounds, in the near future, and having shown so plainly what can he done in this dis- trict that when we apply, as I think we should immediately, for the Pro- vincial Fair for next year, we will stand an exceedingly good chance of getting it. Lethbridge Agricultural Society Statement No; 1203 Made in 98 different y.ou are only eye-wise when you buy a metal bed. You see but the externals; and you cannot know if the real quality, is'there. We make "it needless that you should see more than this "Ideal" trademark on the'footrail. That :iriakes it sure you are buying wisely. For this is .the" trademark forty inspections made certain the bed might fitly' bear. v: Forty make certain an Ideal- trademarked bed will not rattle; will wobble; will not fail to stand hard, long ser- vice. "Ideal" Metal Beds .are, made not .merely marketed. Study that idea. they, may cost a little very little more. But you would not weigh that little against the "satisfying knowledge that Bed is the best bed value you could have bought. That, is tnie whether you pay four dollars or much more than that. For you. buy the same quality in every "Ideal" Metal Bed, what- eyer.its price. Read "The Philosophy of Sleep" interesting little hook -we'd like to send Ask for Booklet No. 140. 10. uMirro IDEAL BEDDING C MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG iw Grand Stand- Wed, afternoon. 838.50 Wed. evening 203.00 Thurs. afternoon 396.75 Thurs. evening 64.00 Entrance for prem- iums .7-50 Membership fees 85.00 Booth and ad. pri- vilege 453.50 Score cards 68.85 Government For members For seed fair For exhibition. 1502.25 FRENCH'S REPORT FAVORABLE It Has Been Sent to Can- the West A LOCAL BUDGET H. A. J. Macdougal, barrister, Star" ford Block, has returned from a trip to the mountains. A Rugby under English rules, takes place on the square ev- ery evening. All players of the game are invited to take part. C. J. Micklc, barrister, of Chesley, Out., on his way from the coast, is spending a few days with his cousin, F. O. Hvde. 614.85 150.00 94.00 1985.00 A LOCAL BUDGET Fred W. Downer and F. W-, Jr., re- turned this morning from a few days at Banff. They report the weather cool, and a considerable fall of snow in. the mountains. May Parsons, a woman, living in a shack on- Baroness Road, was this morning fined and costs by A. E. Humphries, J.P., for selling liquor. License Inspector Nimmons prosecut- ed. London. Aug. Dr. Albert Bu- chanan, .replying to the chairman of e Court said he Sad !ost .six thousand pounds over Hen- driclx s Salt Spring, New Brunswick, and was .unable at present, to submit any proposal to creditors. It is learned that a copy of> port of General Sir John French upon military organization and defences of the Dominion of Canada, has been, for- warded to Ottawa. The conclusion ar- rived at- by French is understood to. be entirely favorable. He accords un- qualified praise to the spirit In -which the voluntary forces meet the demands ,made upon 'them. He strongly re- commends, as far as western, provinc- es are concerned, that much more at- tention should be paid. to. cavalry and mounted infantry training. Additions which should be made to are also specified in the re- port. Don't you worry about in" those new i shoes. Buy a big sprinkle top canister of il EAS'EM and forget your feet. It over- comes friction, prevents corns and blisters. Since it's Nyal's know it's good. Price 25c. Expenses Addt. to grounds...51150.75 Work on grounds.. -119.12 Directors' dining room 106.20 Postage, telegrams and telephones 27.18 Miscellaneous 329.33 Water 27.00 Work at fair 324.50 Secretary 400.00 Advertising 691.62 Seed fair 94.00 Judges 94.00 Attractions 1523.60 Premiums 2978.50 Bands 600.00 on the grounds 20.00 Lupplies for fair and printing 388.41 Races 1657.40 Deficit 4637.41 Tfi Salvage on new buildings 400.00 Tent 200.00 600.00 Receipts Gates- Tuesday 112.30 Wednesday 1240.45 Thursday 495.35 An Important Feature in Your Stove is a Well Proportioned Flue something else that stove with those of the HAPPY THOUGHT to ok and the natural result is Tn a "Happv Thought" .Range this feature has Vbeen thoroughly studied and .mastcred-there IB no trouble 0, this kind whatsoever. on ranees sent free to any address. Win. Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Brantford. 11 gift in ;