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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHBftlDat DAILY AUGUST PAOI is the most that you can I LEAF L will make a cup of cocoa the delicious flavor that is characteristic of THE COWAN of the Bole Drug is in the an experienced drug has accepted apposition at the Red Cross Drug and Book basement of the Ked Drug and Book store reminds one Cremer through the columnsof the Herald to thank the people of Lethbridge for their kind ness to her husband while in the hospital here and their for her her sad town treasurer of is in the city for a few Mayor City Engineer Arnold and Oliver and Hatch went out to look over the park property it is proposed to purchase and considered plans concerning There is a possibility of the city be ing able to secure additional acre age at the same of man aging director ofthe is expected to visit the city on Mon day of sold his running horse Rosalta for at the Macleod Pringle of Medicine Hat was the buyer and Rosalta has been taken to the big 30 days meet at the Philip H of Cardston is visiting friends in lown this The funeral of the late Samuel Cremer took place Thursday after noon at from the Gait hospital McCoomb conducted the funeral The Lytle officiated at the Mail Service Needs To Be Improved Continued from Firtt fred post Prpfcably some 01 the mail on the train did not know where Winaifred not delivered for some days j Another settler in another settlej nient posted a letter to his away on a It was handed back to him a few days later with his own mail and had never left the Surely that postmaster needs a few helpiful suggestions from the inspector H was probably not a wilful mistake but only a carelessness in his system of handling his Too many rural postmasters FROM A WESTERN WINDOW BY THE LURK OF THE DESERT LAND By Madge j may j Have you slept in a tent Societies interested in child and from the homes of the purenU There seems to toe and now the not be aware that the pay postage on the delivery ot their news papers to their subscribers and are therelore entitled to service for such For many complaints are i regret is that the soculjod comic tont Out under the destrt j eudutixi for so Where a thousand thousand desert There are not many of our Canad jian newspapers which have a page of Aljl silent round you this but there are One heard frpm subscribers at a few of j The dust of the aeons of ages which circulates widely in the west the rural postoffices where newspaj And the peoples that trampled by has a pink sheet pers uiv not delivered which its readers are the 1 Have you looked in Uie deserts paint Besides every Saturday could easily do the Sunday the inspector would offer gestions to his rural postmasters in j regard to the systematic handling of newspapers the cause for many of these complaints might be t The head office ofany business conj cem nowadays insists on uniform sys Settlers for south of Bow many tematic methods in the handling of miles to the business at a branch The JOU Grassy Lake post office department should be up and neighboring towns have to come i to the railway for the ma They j ed i editions of some of the big American Have you smelled at dawn the wild papers circulate widely so that sage j children are well acquainted with the flashing heroes and heroines of the funny page lit seems too for both the childs desert morals and tastes suffer by such men 1 tal The pictures are carica tures of Hie but a child cannot know He therefore takes as his mo the enfant terrible of the draw that modern a smart you seen the up From the dusk in the face in your with your j flat down on your already need new rural post offices for they are too busy breaking to travel ten twenty milesor in some cases sixty miles to a post i on both trains on the Calgary and Possibly the post office officials may Macleod Only one train each not believe this but let them travel j way has a mail clerk now though the through settlements and they j other train carries locked bags to will find it is These pioneer j and from some of the There settlers doing great things a bag from Calgary to velopiing Alberta and are deserving of j Lethbridge but Lethbridge mail from consideration just as much afl theother towns has to wait over till tho fanners of Eastern Canada who havft next train which carries a mail Face down and i with a superb contempt for all While terrible sand storm whirled set in and j Thc artists efforts in depicting the and hid the scolding mother and heavyhand ed father cannot engender in a childs Extra mail clerks are needed on the iv trains between Medicine Hat and ancl Cranbrook relieve the overcrowd Jn of the mail business on the night world A mail clerk also needed AJKJ tnc sun jn its yellow impressionable the kind attitude towards Just and your and nothing That is the moral side of The there other is the Its not too to say that these drawings for with the stress abnormal and tend to deprave childs v t We have not so many good could pictures and of statuary in our if you then you j youve felt its spell I The lure of the desert And if you have then a daily mail with post offices aboutThis clerk is kept busy so this may j three or four miles account for Lethbridge papers somei The postmasters have no snap andj times being past their deatin are not They get very lit ations and returning on the train j tie for work they have to j pecially considering that they are goj There will soon vernment ordinary laborer are that of a rural postmaster who stands the kicks of everybody when not For you could not houies and schools that we afford to do is Hodgson Bur X who has a story of a little s grief he discovered the destruction of a bit of After a run of nearly eight hundred statuary in one of publlc be if not now The Merry Widow with noble works of art leaves for anenough business on the said to Daly Sho ft noblft They us much higher line to make it worth while having a wise widowreminding one of in thc spicmiid Art Museum ofBos mail clerks On their trains so the letj Oliver Herefords revised maxim toh art treasures little widow is a dangerous thing that is the children of 5t is very seldom is the one really to Yet some of these post masters are making not but because no inspector has ever visited their office where the set tlers newspapers are kept in a pile on the floor under the And no a subscriber got his paper of July 25th on writer knows that the while subscribers paper for 4th was in the of fice at the same time though it was would be sorted between sta for it is while her popularity is stall The post office department no doubt Dimmed that she is bidding fare look to their inspector to tell them we11 to a reluctant She evi of all such the difficulties anri the It is Impossible for one man to become acquainted with needs of oth The time has arrived for ciently knows the principle on which wrote his noted lovelet ter to 3Iary the Kayther a sudden pull aint it Sammy said the elder as especially the Ital enjoy the pictures They have the artistic instinct in a heritage from past genera and it will show I We cannot say ab for Cana dian but at we may that their standardsof taste are an inspector resident at Lethbridge he Vsteaedto his SOI1S not set by thfj Happy and J a nt ill aS Well Tpiirt I UiU Ui as one at class postal service can not other wise be wish therc was morcand that3 the Buster Brown The Boston Herald has set a good amd it is to be hoped that it may be u jgreat art o letter Whatever London theatregoers may versallv like Oliver more in the line of the 3Ierry Widow ntusic longings stop short when it Eatonscatalogue is again upon us comes to the hat named after this and bulkier than Therft popular This has grown is no of hard timcs in lfc from less to more like Tanner beams from gailycolored BARGAINS IN MEN And BOYSV CLOTHING In order to make roorir for a large shipment of Fall and Winter Clothing we have reduced prices all down the Mens made in dark Worsted with a neat stripe regular Sale Price Mens Blue fine cut highly tailored Sale Price i jFinneys it could no of R IDG WAYS Famous Old Country Tea and Coffee now Md at the being Ltd Cordially Invi ted to Sample a Cup of these delicious beverages The big store is evidently not The you does not need our was then consigned to the pot and What ds more to the we do not need Every season here finds goods of a better class and more in variety in our Prices are also more rea j cooked for Wtio can the ultimate use of the big Whea j large balloon sleeves out a iew one good pair of j them served to clothe a small family sonaDle i Perhaps out of one of these large hats Wear exclusively a longfelt as the advertisements say and we appreciate Tt is pleasant to face es CL wes one worthy the A t five j dainty That these oclock in the morning crowds began make our ducats burn holes in our to gather to get the unreserved mat may bo evolved next head gear for half an orphan But we This last perfor The new store for the citified air of an uptodate mance of the Merry Widow Company I and the allurements Both performances had pockets is no crime to the average So wedo not mind when crowded many people being MrEatons catalogue bulks large in unable even to get in the our post boxWc are The high prices with which some of for no longer do we need its them tempted fortunate seatholders proved of ho Duringthe management tea and I good natiired Here is a hint for the big rush to the land When at last tho doors were there was a wild stampede for the best and then a patient settling down to enjoy the beautiful Flowers were everywhere in jrreat and such was the appreciation of the au dience that they appropriated them all as momentoes of the Encore followed encore as the orite actors gave the wellknown and the waltz was demanded to gave up from sheer Then SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Conybeare has issued invitations for Monday evening1 when Miss Conybeare makes her Many friends of the grooms here will be interested ia ties bit of and Burns of Cale announce the engage ment of their daughter Maude of Alberta The marriage will take place the latter part of the Connell leaves next week for a visit to Higmbothurn received with Colprnan on Wednesday af and many of her friends jail the company appeared together j were glad to have a chat with a last farewell and Higinbotham leaves for Toron Jwere the evidences of regard and eni to the first week of jthusiasm from the audience that some of them almost broke Even in London where theatres art j often beseiged in such this was Inmost notable Kings and Emj Kast for a holiday perors may well envy the Merry Wid Miss Bawden of Kingston who has been with her left on Thurs day night for the and Stewart have gone Some time ago reference was made here to the Comic Supplement and its unwholesome effect on i Eight months ago the Her a representative American gave up this objectionable page in its Sunday on account of of its Since it has received manv ex pressions of approbation from MINERS MUST LEAVE Frnlayson has filed decisions in ten of the which the Do minion Coal Company is seeking to evict tenant employes who are out on The judgments decided that the company shall reenter into possession of the dwellings and tho miners vacate the INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in deposiis of and upwards received and in terest allowed at highest current Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store Mens Medium Grey Tweed made from the very best goods and the most stylish cuts regular Sale Price Mens Black Serge single breasted regular Sale Price Mens Odd Coats and Vests in many pat terns are going at the lowest Boys Fine Tailored 3pieces and Nor folk ityles regular Sale Price regular Sale Price The remainder of our Wash Suits to clar out at and pretty Blouses at at only HUDSONS BAY DANGER OF ANTHRAX IN FREE HIDES until recently dean of the atate collegeof veterinary medicine at said that the clause in the tariff bill which removes the duity on hides opens the door by which anthrax and ther dangerous cattle iliseasflfo fatal to man and may come into the He said that unless the most disinfection is the danger to public health will be great The painters has arrived and will commence painting the bridge and station at September 5th Do your Share to it 3 Ersat Success ;