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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, August 2S, 1JH2 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PuUMDM fey TH� La*hfeffe"ta Merald Pi*lllKI�l C. LtaV. avary l�"W MM** at Its afnoa. Sixth (MM, Lathartafa. AlbarU, Canaaa. , PMOMBi ml 1224 Lathsrt*fa, W. A. BUCHANAN Mana�Ht� Dlrectar T. W. QUAVU* Managing Iditor JWM TORRANCB ualnest Manaflar a>HONR: Advartlalna, Clreulatlan And Jab D�?artmanta 1252 VAIkV lUtUKiniON WTtt 1 yaar. by mail ............�� , by mall...........**� wmv* w - --- i Ta**------.........14.00 1 yaar. �! i iSTtii^I^.t both naw a>4 cl. iMMMi muat b� �iva�. THS DAILY HSRALD FOR SALE AT Mstflclna Hat-U U. Northan^ ^IfoBwU*' C""B " Clartaholm-C. L. Ralnecka. Dltmena City-DUmona City Dnif Co. m Croat Drue * �* Km; J. a. Robei-taea � G�.; Wetasn * Ca.; Alaa-aadra Hotal; Paopla'a Drug Tatar-W���a�ta Broai r*�rnla S. e.-Parcy Baal. Vaaeauwar, B. C-World Wlda H�wa Company. Mlnna'apalla-Brown 4k Brown. K�~�h 8tr��t. taofcana-The Jamieaon Mews Co.. 706 Riverside Avenu*. Alao oi all C. P. R. Tralna THE WEEKLY HIRALO Published every Wedna.day in eiaht or mora �a*u^ andcoMala. a summary >>f taw mot of the waaK, local ami meinci 1 year in adTnm* ........|1 * t month* In advance .......Wc. I naontha in advance ......76c. Tedlty Roosevelt is being kept busy "explaining" his past these days. Keep the uavy out of politics! I .-el the fellows., who put it in take it out. j Spud the weeds, or the policeman J will catch you. Gee. Ham, of the C. P. K.. celebrated his fi">tb birthday last week. His jokes are as young as ever, though. One of the accused grafters in l)e-ttvlt was called "Honest Tom." lie belied his name. Ottawa Is gdfng to welcome Mr Rorden .hack with a hantiuet. That will not be a treat to the Premier, who whb feasted about every other night in the Old Country. Pity we couldn't keep our trees In leaf, our flowers Ip blossom and out' grass green for the Dry Farming Congress. The Cam rose Canadian slogan is: "Swat the Thistle." If we all do the swatting that is necessary these days out muscles should be well developed. The Toronto Telegram says the Hortleu government should draft young and active men into the Senate. We agree,' and beg to nominate our good Tory friend. VV. C. Ivou swelled head Roosevelt! ! The Board of Trade better bend its | energies to taking the crop out of the j [country rather than to taking tlvei i uavy question put of politics. Canada is coming along.. Crop reporting agencies estimate it's wheat yield this year at as high as 2-4.000.-000 bushels. Cuited states, ten times as large, is placed at ii.SO,000,000 bushels. We'll soon have Uncle Sam beaten. They are not worrying about frost in the United States. Roosevelt is keeping the atmosphere nice and warm. A tire alarm is being placed in the Parliament Buildings at^Otlawa. It is likely to fins' every time Sam Hughes gets up to speak. Let Lethbridge Follow Suit COMPANY has been formed at | �ave the same instituted in Leth- ' bridge. Great Kalis for the manufacture j TJ]ere ,g ,ot a - in their favor. But money to further the Army's work was scarce. "f have the officers and I have the buildings necessary to extend the, work in this city," said Col. Rees to the General. "I want you to gi'-e me �300 to turn these warehouses we have acquired into buildings' fit to hold meetings in." The General was silent in thought a moment. He then said: "Colonel, 1 haven't a shilling." At this juncture a knock at the Colonel's door aroused them. , One of Manchester's millionaires wanted to 1 .V ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at $175 per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson & Skeith \ . I � '" � - MON"tY- TO LOAN. ' � INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole CP. R. Agents Phone 1343,, Traction Engine Repairs We are now proptired to nuike New Shafts and Gearing for the better known makes of ..Traction Engines at much less cost than you can bring them in. Why wait ?> weeks, when we can supply you in three days \ Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Limited - PHOXE 332 LETHBRIDGE � i see the General. The Colonel brought him iu and introduced him to the General. "General Booth," said the millionaire, "I muat help you. I have here a check for �50,000 that I will-give you to extend the work of the Salvation Army, on one condition. I do not like your doctrine of eternal punishment for sinners. If you will modify your doctrine to the extent of eliminating that teaching I will give you this check." "'We are bankrupt," said the General, holding a Bible in his hands, "and we ate in sore need of funds, but I would sooner beg my bread to the end of the chapter than modify the teachings which I believe to be right before my God to accept your munificent offer." , The Millionaire left the presence of the General abruptly. Two weeks later the General had just, closed a meeting in Manchester. Amongst those in attendance was the millionaire. On- leaving the hall the millionaire slipped a notfe in the General's hand with a check for �20,000. The note explained his changed view of the General's teachings. CANADIAN PACI FIC "The Stampede" Front iej' Days Celebration, Calgary, Alberta Sept. 2-7, 1912 SINGLE FARE For the Round 'Trip (loing; Dales A'M to Sept. 6th. , Final Krtnrn limit,  September 0, J*M2. Apply to local agent for tickets. R. G. McNeillis, District Passenger Agent. Calgary. r Natural Gas, Light, Heat & Power Co., Ltd. Beg- to announce that they have opened permanent offices and show rooms in The Hull Block Thin! Avenue (Ground Floor) Citizens desirous of using the gas may in si lie application there lor same. As the time is short between now and fall, applications should be submitted early to ensure prompt attention. , A Iu 1.1 line of natural gas appliances and iittings on exhibition. Vi a, J ;