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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Htion Grounds Moriday, September 1st Sports Start at I'tSO p.m. PROGRAM CALGARY VS. PRIZES VAWJEfp 1st 2nd 3rd 910 26 IS 7 18 10 6 16 10 5 15 10 6 1-2-.mlta Pony Hace, Jiauds............ 1-2 Sjtddle Horse liaci) 100 Yards Djsh. Ono Mild-Race............................. 22t) 100 Yurds Boys' y.cam and nniler 75 Yards Oirls' irace, 16 years and under High YO-Jng Ladies' Hace 50 Yards -Married ladles' JInce 50 Yards Hoys' Hace, 14 years ar.d BO Yards Girls' Ilacc, 14 yoavs and uhdor Three-Man Team "Relay Uace............... 440. Yards Uace............................. Two -Mile Bicycle linco 50 Yards, Old Men's Hiiee, over 50 0 BO Yards .Fat Men's Bace, over.200 g Tus-of-War, six man team 20 'There arc a Host of Races'for School Children for which Prizes have been provided 5 6 10 5 10 5 3 3 IB 12 9 15 10 7 10 5 S 542 4 2 S 2 3 9, 3 H, G. M. HARRIS, Chairman U. MOORE, Secretary ADMISSION BAND IN ATTENDANCE 28 New 1914 Erfoctive Model T Model T Touring Cur.. Model T Town Oar .____-. With Knll Equipment, f. o. b. Walkervllla :1 Ford Motor Agiency VV. R. VIRTUE 4. H. VIRTUE Phone 749, 1232 3rd Avenue South With Cash In Ihe Bank Von Can Buy to Advantage You know how everything cosls mere uhen you have to buy on.. credit.. Why not praclice self-denial a while if necessary, open a Savings Account. in the Union Bank of Canada, and, vith Ihe money in hand, buy at prices The discounts will help (o swell your bank you will have made a gocd start towards financial independence, OF CANADA (.ETHBRJDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. .-R.- TINNING, Manager A, B. KING, Actg Manager Page 7 LfeJTJIBBIDGE DAILY HERALIO T HAS CHAROB OF UNDER.the.AUSPICES OF THE TRADES AND UABOft COUNCIL.- THE'CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. SIR EDMUND WALKER, President ALEXAJirjEB T.AIRD, General Manager }OWf AIUD. General Mulder V. C. DROWN, Superintendent of Central Western PAiD fiESERVEFUSD. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES (Issued'by-The Ciinaclinri Hank of Commerce-enable the traveller to provide liirhsulf witti funds delay at cacli point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of S20, S100, S200 with tho exact cq'uivnlent in the moneys of countries stated tlic face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe, sclf- b identifying aiid easily negotiated. in 3 -ethbridge Branch Rt T, Brvinner, Sheriff Henry Aylmery who hae charge' of Thaw In the jail while his fate Is being decided, He was well known In Canadian poijtEca nearly forty years ago as the Hon. Atymer, Liberal- In the Dominion House for Richmond and Wolfe. He Is a daicen'dant of Lord Alymer, distinguished naval of- ficer in the reign of Jamet Hi SCORE OF LETHBRIDGE- MACLEOD. CRICKET WEDNESDAY LAST lACltod, Aug. "follnp'cg score .H subsequent tu.the ieport'of tlio Mieleod-Lethbridge cricket match' which appeared in Thursday's Herald. The game took-place Wednesday" and was iron on' a-technical- ity. .LETHBRIDCJE i'irst Innings Dr. -24 Napper 4 Nf.; li. Napper N> R. -Mould, b'. Narpct 0 H. K. Lillburn, c. fc b. George- 1.9 P. J. Webb, c. Stranhim 3 J. Ii. Palmer, b. George 4 V. II.'Brown, George 33 Dr. Stewart, c. Ferguson i ,b. Napper 0 W. H. McLclland, not out.... I. Second Innings V. Ii. J.b--w. Matlitw's A. J: Blnckbiirn, h.w. Ilr. Simmondsi b. Svitton. .1.-.' N. li. Mould, Napper A. N. MoClinton, not out J. n. Palmer, Napjier II..K. Lillburii, not'uut Innings declared lor 5 wickets. Extra runs 91 Total score MACLlvOD First" F. W. B. feorfie, c. b'., p'ai W. H. G. Mathews, c. Ji h. Met --ton P. V. Suttcn, b. Pnlmer H. Ci. Napper, c.. "LUIbur.il A. D. Brnwn A. VI. Allen, r.. McClicton W. H. Atkins, c. Palmer Ii. Argo, c.-Mould H. n. Mould'......, N. Mco, not out .........6..... 16 sir 15 '.....I .10 0 6 .8. 19 Serrad Innings IV. 6'eorgc, run .out 'u c. ia" G. Matticws, h. McClinton '4. D. Ferguson, h. McClinton 3 V. Sutton, b. JilcCJIinton 3 G. '.Vapper, not out ,.._ 26 Masters, c. 0 11. Atkins, D. Lillburn 10 X. Mre, li.w. Lillburn ._...... 0 Argo, b. McClinton 2 II. Allen, not- out io lixlra runs is Total'scofe 23" KGTKS OF THR GAME It was Maclpod's last half- holiilay of the season and a fine crowil turried out lo the.. AUilettc nark lo see that game. Maclcod willingly coticcccs I.ellibririgo itad the strongest .team and deserved Vi win. In.'- tKei-Eclfenie..Northeastern of this Province Aug. are fully .500-lipad ot uooii buffalo north? of Korl Smith, ou tho Slave rivers In tiio'ostramo'.fioiihwesteru vart of Al- ;lierta; the 60lh pa.rallel'of jrha has charge of tlie .agencies, on returning to .Kdrjiontoh- from Oiti silent north, where tie of 3.000 Indiana 'ot Knife, Uog Chluew- .Oarlbdo Katers tribes, been continuously the w-Intor of 1011, .to civilization .by and'fbpJr tivo children, born at- KQTJI -Nathaniel1 Gear, ohlpf the government's from St.-.Anthony, northern Albwrta, and. two last named arB-naliytis'bf-r'the' Labrador, coast. Gear je.ariisd. tliajBMiinsoment of tlie reindeer, the Laplanders and .'formirly had.qb'Rrgn ot Dr. Grenfell> s' Jn N I mado a proposal anlmalj, -.The fence, 125 cost about 4o the -Dominion'-isovernment that the buffalq; In Smith district be feneQ-in the -pcnlo- and Ihe Great Slave .jri.vers." Mr, Bell said. "Tills bettor protection to the miles In The outfalg. .In the northern dlslrlct have 'of- resomblance to bison of tbijxplpinii, tut living In the he4yy timbered country lias rando them... faucli. wilder than tho prRirle buffaltr. .They-gare ulirioa't; pfoachibla, anlniala nro .being permitted, (here; should be: increase in numbers.? .'IWhlle paying Irealj- at said, 'i -great given.iri. my honor. .It o, remarkable spectacle, totally devo'd of the.bnrbpnic display one might e.v- .in the big. circle 200 braves in .a .sW rhythmical danco with Ihft'Jroiislc of their voices. It in a vest lium, a queer sway- ing ordinary vocal no wild, tlp.g ahrteka ..thnt_nro usually sup pos- ed, lo be part ot siioli" porformances. The tune stuck oiiiily hi my mind and some later .irAen.-! -waa-hoine.! luiranied It over.nnd my wife recogn- ized an Amerlcnnize'd IndlarOBons, called''Red Wing.1, on my trlii to by Professor, Jtasott of fiiUsdelphla. who ,is spending a yecr I.n tin co-.mtry In interests of thefSmlUisonlan. Institute, golntng data on the various races. .Ilo.hsi.a targe grnroaphone. and a of disks Into he Is .iiavlng-. representattves of varinns tclbea-Eing tho tribal .sb'nES. Untold "lal 'Ionl n studs- he had manage concluded oil tlie languagen spokonMti the country was .varied difeclj of.uie which'.Is tlie-mata language p lv moveg in Ihe as that Is the fawning season. There is. thereforo .only, the short aenson- left between the closo of the summer and the 'freeze- up of the northern rivers" .B. P. Drake, reporting on.tho ship- ment of reindeer to the north country recommends the purchase of '00 an- imate, moslly young does to bo ship- pod I Oils full.. Ho says that -with the railway In operation- in Athnbsecs. l-andlng. Alia., the trip from New- foundland to Fort Smith can be cover. cd -fiiia month and with small loss adding: "As an alternative f -would "suggest attempting to eaptyrp and domesti- young barren-ground sbuthrfard to 'tlie vic- inity of Pert Snilih winter There Is little difference -between thi specif; except in and -form- ation of the Iiurns; 1'f there "fs" any difference- in tlie-lhe caribou is borne in-sayoral wooks. He was" ono of the first .men; to make the overland trail from Port McPhersoh to Dawsori In the gold --.iBh ot 1W8, coverin? '.he- entire disiance by team wltlioiit the original load of who Jias bepn in the north country, since 'iSSsr'especl's to' return PEACE WERlli WEEK DEFERRED' ELECTION. FOR THE NORTHERN CONSTITUENCY CANDIDATES Edmonton, Aug. last of the deferred, clrctions'in Alberta are now iii full swing in Ihe Trace'Hirer where candidates arc llirce well known "rcsldeiiU of Grand Prai- rie. W. A. liae, a pldnrer barrister at (Jrnnd Prairie Oily, is tlie candi- date in'tho Liberal, interests. Aiphpns.il? Patterson is tlie Conser- vative, Vi. K. liretliu, who was the first member in the'lcgisla- ture ior. i has nlso entered tho field, a's'an Polling- lakes., place 'acxt Tuesday, September! sfcofiti. time chosen is 'getting out Hie vol- ers, as trio" loafls'-are In splendid shape.. Since tlie fast -election there has iraphl Efclllcmenl in the 1'cacp .lliver "district, 'and the poll will show a largely iucreascd Winnipeg, Aug.- fifteenth biennial convention of the Dominion', letter Carriers.- onwied this morning in .the. Industrial Bureau, with. Presi- dent Robert--Guy, of Hamilton, Ont., in the obair.. The chief. Items of. Interest discuss- ed were, the uniforms, which, were spoken of' as s.hoddy, and made scare-, crows'Of the Ibe d.'suun-" si on on thV-appointment of a perman- ent. secretary-Jn tho person ot Alex, toeth, -McMordie, _of 'Toronto, tbo organizer ot the' association Who has acted as secretary from its .foundation thirty yeara ago. The .PostnmslbV-GqneraJ will be pe-- titloned as; to (be uniforms, with the request Ijiat they bo made locally, tli.it Is, In lheLelty' for.which' they are in- tended.' to be used, thus ensuring fit. nnd also tliat the length of scrvico of for. a pension be re- duced t'o fifteen years. is by far the most bvery Iieltf, delegates being irreaetit :f rorh as far east as Hal- ifax arid as Victoria. Several; resolutions of importance will afiernodD.'nnd tonlght-.the delegates will be Kah'tiuejt- ed. Tomorrow: morning tho. election of officers--wllhtake-place, ami tn tho afternoon..Clio cbhvchlJon city'of 1015, will be decided upon, which-win pro- bably bo in Baskfitebon'on BRITISH COLUMBIA Hub of RaMwayi and Lacattid ttie the Fraser and WHIow "Rlverii'p'n malrt line GrlAND TRUNK." IPIC .PACIFIC AND HUDSON. BAY and other rallroadf. In the very hflart of 1ne LARGEST and RICHEST farming 1n Central PrllUh Columbia, of coal and timber vail make WILLOW RIVER a big mamifacturrnfl pc'.nt and one of Western Canada's principal eitlei. 1t unrivalled advantauefl tor HOME, BUS3NESS ana' INVESTMENT. Willow liivcr .FOR FREE INFORMATION REGARDING BUSINESS OR INVEST- WENT OPPORTUNITIES AND SUBURBAN TRACTS WRITE-- Agents Wanted. _ Agents- WantDd, tr C. V. P, CONYDKAnE, Fcq., K.O.. President. J. -M. A1TKBX, Esq., Vice-President. DIRECTORS: Jolm Home. Esn. li. Rliurch, Dr. J. S. Stewart. M.P.P. Kscj. Dr, S. Galbralth. .1. D. Esq. G..H. Miner, lisa. WTO. Smith, Ksq. You Can Make Use of this Company To act as Executor or.Trustee of'your own Estate; linislrator of any estate' in "you are interested. Dr as Ad- To Invest Your Funds In Mortgages or Agreements for Sale: nnd (o make nil collections on same to you.1 To talo Entire Charge of your Financial Affairs, and to'liandlo same tor a moderate commission. To Act as Treasurer of Item Estate or other Syndicates or as; TriiBtee in any matter where it is necessary (hut conllictinp inter-' ests be safeguarded. This Is a fnsl growing Corporation vliioh will prove as tinio fioos on, (o ha of tncstlmablo service to Hie business mon and pcoplb of this city and district; and will in addition do much to- wards the up-building of Lethbridse linanciallv. The British Canadian Trusts t Company A Progressive Home Company Conyfaeare Block Lethbrld'gc, Alberta. mining-js the worst oc. pupation known [or -decaying the Missouri mines produced licarlj worth of und loud la TURNKEV COCHRANE Winnipeg, Cocli- eerved. la ssveitu .tenacities uuUl completlnff his ternr. CONFIRMS WINN1PEQ REPORT ..Edmonton, Aug. dale for the opening of the next session ot the h." Albe-rUi legislature 1ms been fixed for Tuesday, September. 15. Premier SIC. ton. announced today that tins not fce In tlio nature ot a special ses- J Blon. The, estimates for tlio year, and all the ordinary business of the legis- lature will ho'transacted. [I. Is ble that the sessloa will bo of sbo.t duration. SPECIAL A real.delicate Liqueur Scotch of creamy light in character delectable. are aluminum iaga o! which are 250. and itirrie Your cigar the la at The New lOc. Cigar With That Fascinating Flavor "Flor de Claro'' gives you the rich, mellow, tropical JJavor of the pure Havana tobaccos of which" it is.iSade, Vet it is sweet' and to the rare skill in blending the choice ''Florde Claro" is a'light, 'mild, full flavored blend to pSsaiic.thi; popnlar.taste. S J. BKUCF J-AVNE UMITED, ;