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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. O. D. AUSTIN. Editor art Mattftr. W. JORDAN, Sspt. ol Job Dcpariawt. SUBSCRIPTION: In A-dvaiioa - �1.50 a year Otherwise  2.00 a year ADVERTISING: Per Month  01.00 Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW When the separators tiegtn to turn out their golden grain, money will separate from Its holders. Why *"H1 Borden disregard the Montreal Star's advice and take Ooo. K. Foster on his tour? can't h�� remember how the Star's ndvico has won elections for him? Once more the Herald would urge the graduates living in the eMy to get their enrolment for the Univrr  slty convocation attended to at once. There is no use. raising a howl after everything is dona and Lxuhhridgc and district is left out of tho In-iverslty Senate. Will not some graduate nmk� this matter, his business and nttehd to It Immediately? IjMh-bridge is already an im|>ortnnt odu  catlonnl centre and will bo greater in proportion In the attention paid to educational matters. Wake up. graduates. . The President of the Canadian Life Underwriters Association complains of the altitude of tho press towards the lilo insurance companies during the recent investigations, and speak* of the law passed as "grandmotherly legislation " It is expected, how  ever, that the press and (he governments will be able lo bear up under �the severe rebukes �>f tho insurance companies' mouthpiece if the ngttnt � ion created and passed result in the restriction of the companion to legitimate investment of tho |iooplc's money. 0. W. Km Co. Quit*. O. \V.*Kcrr, President of tho O. W. Kerr Co. is In th� city this week, and Mr. Kerr adWsos us that owing to their inability to gut land in sufficient sized tracks In Southern Alberta, they expect to clean tie the balance of their unsold land!) and withdraw from the territory within the next month. In speaking of tho Albedo business Mr. Kerr says: "We have sold 210.000 acres Vof land since the 2tUh of February, 100(1, ami if we had the land, we could sell a �great many thousand acres mow between now and the 1st of January.-Our best business usually comes after harvest. Otir few pieces of land at this time are scattered, and it Is rather Inconvenient for us to handle a large crowd of people. We have canvassed all of Southern Alberta pretty thoroughly In hopes of Mng able to And a tract that would m�vt the requirements, but have boon unaVlo so tiQ ito tiwko nny satisfactory deal. Southern Alberto, has l*vn pretty good to us, ami it Is with regret we And H necessary to sevk other fields of operation. We hnvo *|*cnt a good many thous and dollars advertising this section of the country. We have flooded the Western ami Northwestern States with tons of literature all hearing tho trndenwrk "Sunny Southern Al-Iterla." Within the Ijist year we have paid one railroad company nearly $2orik>r from the Initod States thon nil of the other, land companies com,!>ini� game was fast bill unin foresting. The stand and bleachers were as qui>>t at a graveyard ol-though a fair crowd was present. Schurch essayed to o|>erate the lliing apparatus but blew out in the sec -ond. Vogart.v the ivltable. rniishod tlio giimr in masterly style allowing only xw,i hits. The feature. o( the gnmo was a fast double play that caught Foster and O'lVa iuul came very near to catching O'Brlon at tho pinto. Scoiv "i-1 at the fiulsh, with the miners oti top. ... The Y.M.l'.A. Athletic M.vt in Calgary Inst Saturday was n success In every way, except that the crowd was small. Art Burn wvot the half mile in a.Oft lowering the ivcord. No other records were broken. F.. Freomnn of Calgary won the rhnmp-�ionshlp mctlal. The Maple Crook lacrosse team came to the city accompanied by about forty supporters on Momla> t . pla.v a ft-turn game wUh our proK|toc-tivo ehampiiins, They didn't o.\|>ii-t to win as they have only four or five players who ever played the game before this spring. They are , husky lot of boys nn.i though badly l*>aton i were game to the finish. The work 'of fh\wson Uixon was good at all times. Robson ami .luckes wiv conspicuous in s|k>ts. Colisidvrable atn-usonvnt'was uffordi, hod Iwn failing in health for some time, anil the tardy llfo annuity of 8(100, which was recently granted hy 'tho British Columbia gov-ernment, was of little avail to relieve her declining days. l-'oi many days she has been in a semi-conscious condition, waiting for the fVtial call that was ox|M>cted at anv moment. Her strong Frnsor fen-tutvs stia:i.t out in marke ivcognllion of her father's memor.v t>y tho western governnvnt in their grant has come too late. | MF.CF.S IX HAMILTON. | At her bedside attendants awaited hourly the etui. With her was her niece, Mnrgutvt Fraser. of Hamilton , Miss .Milruaret ami her sister, Miss I Catharine, both in l>usiness on King street, Hamilton, are daughters of [the aged lady's hrother, Simon .lohn Kraser. I This link with the romantic past of Now Caledonia and its trading 'posts Toronto did not know till now thnt she possessed. Miss Harriet Krnsor was born in (llengnrry on the >�titivo examination. Kt.Uwroneo. In ihe old Scotch sot-| *"l>' '\''"J,"' St',"vU, �" 's|H>m his childhood and from where I"M,k,! lh,u �'h��*bor a more use-her liMsterful brother Paul went west in his parent's footsteps. Paul wns On Tuosdoy of last \\t�ck Hon. II Ij. Borden tho Conservative leader delivered at. Halifax tke first of a series of addressed that hi' will gi\(- in the course of n tour across -he country. In this address he outlined the policy upon whft'h the Conservative party If it endorses its holder ^rlll fight the next Dominion election. In brief the platform h: as folio.vs: I. Honest appropriation nnd pendituiv of public moneys in public interest. S. AppoiittiiK'tit of public olllulals upon considerations of capacity and personal character nnd not of parly service alone it. More effective provisions to punish briltery and fraud al elections to ensure thorough publicity us to ex|m>mlilures by political organl/.al -ions, to prevent the accumulation of camiNi.ign funds for corrupt pur|K)ses nnd to prohibit contributions thei\>-to by cor|m>rations, contractors and promoters, to oxpwlite the hearing of election petitions nnd to prevent collusive arrangements for Ihe withdrawal or coiii|0'omise thereof, to provick' for a thorough investigation of corrupt ptiictuxv, �lld, If necessary to appoint an lndo|>ct>dcnl prosecut -lug oftlcvr to enforce the laws so amended. I. A thorough and complete formation of the laws relating the civil service, so that future, pointmeiUs shall be made by ait de|M>mlont commission acting Sudden Deaths Life is uncertain and smitten tleuilis frequently occur. Muko yoitr will ami appoint this Company as your Executor and you will havo an experienced executor as veil ns security for the currying out of every clause of your will, THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, - $2,200,000. Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. V. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Kstj. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Canary. A. CJ. UOSS, Malinger. re -to ap-iu-upon I the report of examiners after com representative legislal Ivo fill and [IkkI.v. t>. A more careful selection of the sources from which immigrntirn shall le sought.-,, more rigid ins|iect ion of horn in I7USI ami etiter.sl the Hud -son's Bay service in tSUSt. Ho wns l>ick and Norman Hobson crosstvl !killllowod his onlers ti> slay with his while he was 'going through b's cor- |,,ol,UH system, exivpt urn r i . � check who happened to tv .hes,�,slv 'n�.,�.,Hl.*�. i'-1"1 ^rcumstaiu-es ,,,| for Hi. Winkler. VATHKU \V\S It C. PIOXKr.lt A. W. McViltce Injured. Arch Dm Id McVittie. tho welj known land surveyor, met wHh a painful ac-chlent yesterday afternoon. While taking the cork from a "|h>p" bottle he struck 'the top of tho bottle with a si oik.. (iihI in tho explosion that followed a piece of glass pen* Tho ex pupils of Godorich Col leg -Into I list Mute presented H. I. Strang 11.A., who had boon principal of tho school for thirty-five yours wKh a j purso of St.000. That is bolter than | erecting momumunts after a man's e*rated the pupil of the o>�. A euro-death. ... jf*1' �,xaii�inatlon of lit-.? eye disclosisl - the fact that the pupil of the eye A case in point Is the grnnt of [�'�� pcrmanemiy lnjur.^1. i,ml this $000 per annum given by the British j�fl�'rnoon the ojv was r.niKtvctl. Colun�l)i� govornmont to Mils Fnuer |TIh'Pb w^ll lv much syitMinthy with The home team of course. eeti critical times with strong oppink'nts. pur-dy respondem post> of obtaining particularly able classes of settlers I 7. TIh� inanngenienl and develop -The first resrd.nl British Columbia n�>nt of the public r, jniv to lie include*! giwt national who was horn at Bcnoington. j franchises) for the public Is'in-IVt an I \i , in 177�l. From Fort Chippew,,- |umler such conditions thai a renson-yan on Ixike Athabasca, in 1S0.1 he able proportion of tin- increment of crosskMl the Hookies, and in their vul- | value arising therefroiu shall inure to leys establish")! trailing piwls for the the |�eople. .Maple (Yivk has crtainly j;ot tho j rival of the Hudson's Bay com|mny, j X. The o|�Tntiou ,n I niaiiiigiMiuMlt lacrosse fever. In the spring then? I the Xorthwewt conipiiiiy . On picture-| of our gowiiiuienl ruil,ways-hy an In-wei\. four lacrosse players in thj s pie I>!iko Stunrt, away in the north ido|ieiidcirt commission, fi>�.- from par-town; the other evening then, wore j among the headwaters of the Skeiina tisan control or interfen-lice. forty out to practice. It is not ,.v ' h.� iikkIo his heaibpuirters- j 0. 'l'lie ilevclopiik-nl nnd improve- ery town of its size thnt will pro- j Alexander Mackenzie discoveivdS'ew inont of our national waterways, the claim a civic l,olnln>. alt I n.-ik! half Calodonia. out of which British Col- jispiipnvnl of national ports, the im-u hundnwl |tle two huixiivd f_\U~i lunil'in was evolve!. Init it r.'tiinin.sl jprovn^h of transportaliou f,cili- for SiitHXi Frnsor at t wenty-six y.nrs , ties ami conso-jneiit reduction of of alio, to extnblisli the trailing posts j fivijdit rates U^lwecn tin1 place of of tlK> coui|Ktny in which he was a priMluctioii and the imirUn, whether partner and gain a familiarity with int honv or ubroaer and postmistress is having quite, an addition made to her store and rcsi -dence. Mr. IVterson and family will use the new part for a dwelling and the old part will bu used for Ihe store and postoltlcc. Mr. IVterson In his trtore handles al/nosl everything needed for the tub-lo of the farmer. John Johnson is drilling a well for Mr. Kngen over in Tp. IB, Unligo 10. across Ihe LitUc Bow. Mr. Talbot's rig was in tho vicinity lnsi \\�>ck. # Jf you v ish to meet any of friends or have business to attend or wish to pay your school taxes Just lie at 'the store on Thursday after -noons, when the mail comes In and you will lie Hitrprisod to sou what a turn out then1 is for Bowvillo. Mr. Vogn.l. a brother of Miss Vog-ul, came out to visit Inst week. The A. 0. F. Parade. The annual church parade of tho Ancient Order of Foresters tookplaco last Sunday evening lo the Baptist Church, where the popular pastor, �the Uev. Win. Held preached a most eloquent n,nd forceful sermon on the subject. '� 'PttMng Christ as an Kx-itmple." The church was packed to the doors and every one went away feeling thnt they hud received a faro treat nnd saying wv. shall certainly come ugtviii. The service was brightened by s|ieclnl singing, the choir rendering splendid selection and Miss l'owcll with her usual sweet voice rendered a beautiful solo. Discussed New Sehool. At ii special mooting of the School Bonrd on Thursday night the ipies-t  your j ion of school ncconuuiodntioti was thoroughly discussed. A statement prepared hy Principal llamfliou show led that during the first w.vk this year there wore 11.'I more pupils in atteiKlalico than last year, and that there were sixty pupils that hud nev-(er attendtsl school In U'thhridge 1h�-| fore. There l�eing only one v(lcant Quito n number of young ladies school room In the city the problem giYlhciMsl at the homo of Miss Margie of iminodinle accommodation was Thompson to spend the evening rec- (forced upon the Board. I'pon the otttly. |suggestion of M. Freeman a two A. Williams mn liNird from ^ I.vet n'notig the bi^l lacross." teams Jof tho countiy. Cannot See Depression. Philip Cillnu't. u citi/ou of Wiorton was shot by it woimtii whom, he trltcto -tnry of the United States Treasury, of taking the lav into ono's own hands is a risky business anyway one gOe.� at it. It is astonishing tho concern lor the feelings of their parents that young men assume as soon us they gel into some trouble that brings disgrace upon them. A young fel  low disregards tho admirations and Co., was asked what he thought of the financial nnd commercial sttuat -ion. Beplying, he said: "Our f a raw produce more that |0,-SOO.OOO.OOo a year, and tho prospect is pood for an averago crop. Our mines yield mom that $1,500,-OOO.OOO nud our forests more than fl.000.000,000 and neither of those NourcoH of wealth has lioon oxlmustotl The output of our fnctorios. in other Maple Creek Visits Us. On Monday Morning a s|iecjul car containing about fifty citlzt-ns of Maple Crook can�o to Lethhridgp. The primary object in view was a lacrosse match between tho Maple Creek boys anil the local team. Tho other object was to give tho jioopl,. of Maple Creek a chance to seo tlu> dis- , kenzie ne\ er had. - I "TFBUIKIC VOY.UCSK" OF 1808. It was in May, 1808, he sot out from Lake Stuart upon the ex|stlit -ion which Jiuide him famous. His descent of the river now ikiiring his name was one of great hardships, a "terrific voyage." Dr. Ilryco writes. Tho trip was one succession of pass ing umler pivciplces of immense i storage. 10. The reorcrairi/alion of the present railway commission as a puldic utilities commission with wider powers ami more extended jurisdiction, so as to establish thorough and effective control over all corporations owning or operating public utilities or Invested with franchises of � nat-ionnl character. 11 The es-lablishmeitt after due in-vestigHl'ion. of a system of national height, ami avoiding tn-mendous .telegraphs and telephones under cou- whiiipcols. treacherous bixiikers and filings of a mother by getting into ^ ^ imutei ovd company by contracting bud hft�- '$12.ooo.OOO.ono �,, no fires have rts. or by coniiidttlng some crime. � ^ ^ ^ ys f^n Ho . � brought Mon, tho bar ,,.d th8n 0Q(J roooives punishment for his utisde^ids. * ... . �ro all in successful olio rat Ion. Tito Ho then ivnu-inbers his mother nnd i ... '. . \ . _n . .. , ,...... . . ., pay rolls of our fnctorios nnd rall- luthor and ��thor friends and pleads thnt thi. imvt'ier U, husho. It is j not the policy of any reputable news- \ pajior to damn any man's mrtwr by publislring the details of his full. The t)ost wi�y, however, for any young until to ovuhI liuving tlu- |iii|mtk pub-lihh what will bmik his mother's lieart und wound his friends is to l.ive so as to give tho press no or -cusion to publish his disgrace. Tho time to consider the feelings of ones friends is before, not after, one commits the act that would bring disgrace. trict Ihnt is filling the minds of the Slashing cascades. Feasor only got as continent with crop wondeniumi. far as wh.-iv Xew Westminster now In the company wen* old timers, j is localise of hostile coast Indians, who hunted ami killed buffalo's in but he ostablislh^l the fuel that the this vicinity and laid never U-en j Fraser was n totally different river here since. Tho search for their well from the Columbia, an error general-known landmarks was next to futile. I ly /(>c� northern interior of whore twenty years ago buffalo had ;British Columbia, is the uutliorily ways aggregate approximately S3,-fi00.ooo.ono. nnd the scale of wages kii.i not lN*en nxtuced. In othorwords the ntil sourri-s of the poople'sweulth lime not \el been affeCte soon now only in the memory's eye. In order thnt the visitors might wee tho city to advantage several owners of autos took them around the city nnd immediate vicinity miring the ton-noon and early in the afternoon. Of course ull were on the squun> during the gnm>> to choir for their favorites in thrir olTort lolourn lacrosso by playing n lfi>od Hiim. Tho Muple Croi'k Imys \le Htatouioiit that the trader. Paul Fraser, was the son of Simon Frnsor. This the Misses Fraser of llaiaiUou. deny. On Wednesday the remains will bo conveyul lo Cornwall for Interment in St. Au.livw's cemetery where her father and mother ttre buried. ( Press Grindings bunks refuse to grant ucconuivodat- jNormnn Kohson the mnlinger ,,f the- team, in v hich ho says that the boys can do nothing but jalk of tha line tnvatliienl they reivivod nt I^-lIt-bridge and thoy would ull like to THE ONTARIO COSSEHVATIVE POLICY. Bruce Herald, Walkorton:- How many pooplo in Canada can give the name of the I'ostmastor-Clenorul of this groat Dominion? Alas, such Is fame! NV>t one in a hundred can ovon namo him. This fact fairly represents his reputation und capacity. ITo is merely an Ottawa Frenchman, with tho nice manners ami graceful insincerity of his jiooplo. ions, and if the consuming public decline to placv onlers. then wo will very statu witness tho effects. "1^-t those who think that times of disaster follow each other at regular jConio back to-morrow U'lhhridgo and Maplo Cnwk (MI5DICINB HAT SCHOOLS. Tht depression that was not 11 area I do to financial or economic agitation or legislation nnd usually to both. ... 'In ll�0;t >tho i'cilempllon of gn>on-bncks in silver instead of gold was openly advocated; tho party in power was under promise 'to remove tho protect ivo tariff from our industries and freo coinage of silver at t'ho ratio of sixteen to one wus championed by prominent members of both partlos.. The country might have survived any one of theso sources of alarm, but ,1 could not survive all time. "At this tiiikTno n.� rpi -sliot.s oi.r financial system, mid tit.- tariff wi 1 not Ik) touched for at lea i oightoon months. Some ihi-ck in the s|iced at which we aixi going is must i I linger, tho chief trnlllc agent of tho Dominion Oovormmnvt llnl'wny Commission wns in the city tin Knturduy looking up information concerning tho reports that were published lii�t winter in the Knsteiui Im|� rs to tho effect that cattle by the hiimbisls were dying in the stock yards while wnitlng for enrs that tlu-C.l'll. was unable lo deliver. So ditions which shall Im> just to oupitiil alrtixlv iuvewt.'d in those enterprises. l'J. The iniproM-iiu-nl of existing postal facilities, especially la newly tleveln|KKl portions of tho country'and the ijiiuiguration. after proper in -cpilry as to cost of u sysu-ni of fiis> rural mail delivery. HI. A fis.-al policy which wr.ll pro-niftte lis* priMluel Ion within Ctiiuid.i of all useful articles and comiiuMllth^t that c,,!! U' ailvantageoiisly prtMlun'd or manufactui'i-d from or by iifans of our natural resources. Imviiu; tlue regnrd to the interests of the con -sumor ns well, as to the just claims of our vugo-ttiriiiiiK population. II. The proinot ion by negotiation legislation nn I tttlwr cons>tHutionnl nu'ons of a system of mutual preferential 'trade within the empire. 1.'. The ivstnru-tion of the public himls to the proviuc.. of AUs'rtu and Saskatchewan upon fair terins. 10. Tlio unimpainsl iiMiintenancv of all powers of self-government which havo iioen conferrcul upon the provinces of Canada under the constitu -tion. v.iill jfar M'N bnpi-iry has found no foun-form u sort of mutual udmirution i'1"1'"11 f,,p the ix-ports und his soarch society us tho lacrosse boys and elt-izens gtmerally have nothing hut praise for tho visitors and their town. re -re- AI.L1H-CHAMBFBS CO. NOT IN-SOLVEXT. Milwanko... Aug. 22.-President W. II. Whitositle. of tho Allis-Chambus comttnny, has issued litis statement : "There is n'> foundation whtMowrfor tho rumor that a receivership has boon asked for this company . Tho company wns novor in a more prosperous condition. Wo hnvo onlers mi our books nt tho present time aggregating 913.400,000, which assuw n full year's work ahend of us for n'l tho manufacturing departments. These onlers hnvo boon tukon nt ox-coi>tlonally good prices, and the company is showing substantial earnings Tho company's assets ara equal to nearly two and ono-half times the liabilities." for information nt Ijothbridgo sulud in no ronflriiuitiun of tho ports. Speaking of his work of getting information to substnntiato or deny the grievances against tho railways, Mr. Dillinger snid that it wns very dilliciilt to got reliable information from those having the grievances. They were loud in their denuncint -ion of tho railways but when it enmo to stuting their claims to a govern -mont official thoy sealotl light up. Tlu; railways can be compelled to furnish information required but tho people are five from such compul,  slon but Hoem to l>e afraid to give the information they should give if there is any reality in thoir con -tenllons against tho railways. Mr. Dillinger was amazed ml tho crops of this district ami remarked that thoy wore lho l�st ho had soon in his journey through the West. Men who rido hobbies usually enjoy the excursion. Montreal. Aug. 2:1.-Commentingnn the Doidcn plntform. the Star (Conservative) says: "He deals in hints rather than dramatically positive assertions. His platform contains several, good ideas but it is tint much to say that he ap|>eurs to be , trifle afraid of handling thvin hiimielf." Tho Herald (Mhcrnl-) fiiwls thnt in eight out of Hi" fourteen plunks thoio is no new issue raised, ami moots tho proposal for government telegraph anil telephones with tho query "Why"? Tho Witness (l.ilicriil) devotes tho ontiiv editorial page to articles dea I -ing with Various planks, laying chief emphasis on the declaration for purer eleotions and expressing doubt of his ability to carry out tho pledges, which aro accepted as sincere. On public ownership, thi Witness doos not think Borden can carry the party. Tlio Gazette (Conservative) approves except f or public ownership, concerning which it is doubtful whether the need has arisen for such action. from Mthhridge on Thursdays. Sin -gle I'aiv $1..M). Bound trip $11.00. The work on Messrs. Reynold* and Sons' granary will bo^ln noxt week. Messrs. Woolley and McAlplnu wiU do the curponler work. .1. S. Kcynolds has purchustHt a new ei�ht foot binder this seivson. Mr. Woodcock from Ontario is visiting his daughter Mrs. It. C. Moss. Itobt. Burns ami sons are stacking their fall wheat, the first cut, the first shocked, tho first stacked. Mr. Burn is sotting the pace. There were services in imlh school-houses lust Sunday. Wo have a good supply of school-houses for services but it seems that everybody in tho , neighborhood has not heard the good | news. | The dray-wagon made its regular [trip east on Saturday. We understand that Mr. Mills has set-n the inspector of tho Hull In -stiranco Co. He has done right nnd several art; wishing thoy had Insured. Mr. Mill,s says it pays to Insure. Quito a number of men ami teams went through this vicinity on route to Clnrosholm for threshing. Mr. While has a house well under way on his homestead. This home-st.tul looked quite sick until 11. White got tho lines, then it started. II. Horde is recovering front his sprained ankl,-. Ho was soon in the huyfieUl taking his part. Hay was fine in this part of tho country this year compared to what it wns a year and two years ago. Mr. Wyiuan has his granary ready for his grain, also his grain ready for a thresher. Jos. Williams nnd W. .1. Hnnn took a J ob cutting forty ucres of winter wheat across the ridge. P. IVterson came homo, last week for a few days to help his mother. There is quite , little doing in our little place of business (or wo have rar|>eivters, blacksmiths, well-diggers, ami in fact, business men and women of nil kinds und if the steel rails are over laid in or on this side ol the Black Spring Ridge just see if iBowvllle will tint grow just as fast inid as good as our good winter wheat. school can Iv built Tho plans of the new sehool wore examined. The Board Intends to |ter-fect these, get 111.1 debentun's sanctioned and us soon as it is profitable to do so, sell them nnd erect the school. Harold C� I^>n; resigned his position as principal of the Westminster Sehool. The BiKinl decided lojjtlver Use in the tllolv for a successor. Under Canvas. DICK P. SUTTON presents The GILLETTES THF. HKAI/niY LIFE. (Breathe six times n minute.'-F.ustaco Miles.) Mr. Worry causes inoro pivspirat ion than the heat of tho sun. Tlio vacation wo miss is tho ono wo would hnvo enjoyed tho most. If you want in this beautiful world to stay. And 'lx> beautiful while you're in it. You must count your breathing by night und day- Six deep breaths to tho minute. You must wr.'igh your meals in ascalc that's true, .__. And your, pudding must havo no ... snot. You must keep account of tho food you chow, And th"" number of times you chow-it. who uro stipiiorteil l>j- a strong company, iiicltnlin^ tho ixipttlnr MISS IRENE NORTH THREE XIGHTS Aug. 30,31, Sept. 2 -ox- THE PUBLIC SQUARE THREE PLAYS Friday--"Shall wo forgivo Iter?" Sahir.- "Tho honor of a Oowltoy.'' Monthly-"Old Pals." Popular prici's. Band nnd Orchestra. Street parade daily. c Okotoks has defwiled .by-laws providing for tho^oieetlon of a town hall and for (ho grading of the streets. THK ETEUXAL Qt'ESTIO.V. (Smart Sot). To live within one's salary Is hawl-no ono can doubt it. Bui thoro's no doubt 'twere harder still To try to live without it. LAMAN OMEDY CO. For One Week, commencing Monday, Sept. 2nd Under canvas on Public Square. NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT ' A Pair of Country Kids" [ Wedded but No Wife" A Woman's Sin" "Down on the Farm" and others, all good. Specialty people between acts ADMISSION 50c and 75c. Plan at Higinbstlnui's Store. Every nigkt for a week. Drug ;