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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUOU4T It My HeroM Priatiiif At 91.. Taber PV. IM M retr, man Ml six monthf, by mail tbftt ttoaihft. by pail nld. oae _____ fhanfful trfteo de- bil both aev aud old be given. 7 ol CaaadA. the mJHJMtf ILUU imuuei'iui of Britiah Columbia is to whciHsaiert and farmers to We have direct couuection with tlveui. 1 "hey need our produce, our hay. our ilour, and all our other products and no other point can sup- >ly them as or as cheaply as Lethbridge opens its gate to the visiting editors today. It asks them to look the city and country over carefully. Visit our industries, farms and our mines, j Mr. Bullock also said that the Gen. and we will leave the in tralCoal Co. and the Scranton Coal your hands as to whether city or district on a Si'mer foundation than IMhbridge. We will Taber, Aug. >V. E. Bullock, f thu proprietors of The Central Coal Co., at Coal City, reports that he has struck a large now of water there at a depth of only five feet. The stream flows eastwardly -through a layer of gravel estimated to be 12 feet in.. thickness. While hundreds of gallons are daily taken out to sup. ply the immediate demands of the neighborhood, the flow is not jw. ceptibly diminished. allow you to judge as to our future. You are heartily welcome today and upon every other occasion you make us a call. Co, have the foundation in for the compressor. They expect the ma. chinery in AID Provincial Wil! Grant ,-taMM Fernie, Aug. city council I held a. mooting tonight in The tein. porary civic building and several this week and. hope threshed' lliat THE VISITING EDITORS Today this city greets'as its guests JtLUfidred members of the Ka tional Editorial rej resenting the ieauing" newspapers of the United States from ocean to, ocean. The editors are on a tour of West-.j era Canada and are near the end of' their tnp but we believe they wiil carry away with them au iiupressibu of. and district that wili' hovr far last after those formed ux other plac- et" visited and yet to be visited have been forgotten. Lethbridge is not a boom city. It is not advertising throughout the world that it will have a population of a hundred thousand souls in many years. But it Is growing stea- dily and surely and is rapidly becom- ing recognized as one of the in Western Canada with a great lu- ture. Until a few years ago Lctkbridge was only a mining town with a fair- ly large ranching country tributary to it. It looted to be a. mining town forever in those days. But times have changed and it is to theso changes we want to draw the attention of our editor visitors. Once foremost as a mining centre, JLethbridge is now the metropolis of the most productive wheat belt in Canada. A few years of farming by the right type of former has estab- lished our title to this claim. The Lethbridge district tkis year, lust year, and the year before, has bumper crops. Winter wheat, tne banner grain of this country, will av- erage fully 39 bushels to the acre in this district this year. Spring wheat wiil touch an average of about OUR POINT OF VIEW have everything in readiness by the 15th of September. One hundred acres of the finest gra. vt'l procurable has been discovered the vicinity of the new well. Ar_ j raugements have been consummated between the Central Coal Co. and the Loot .Lethbridge over carefully, bro; c p R for tlie disposition of the ther editors and. you will find it Ls j grayel The jatter wni, therefore, in worth telling your readers about i ihe near future buiM a roaj to these when you return to your sanctums, j nu-ues Mrs. Jesse Holt, who is living with It will surprise you Mr. Editors, j fanlily upou their homestead is that nearly all the grain in sufleriTlg intense pain as a result of stopping upon a rusty nail which iust penetrated the ball of her foot: On Track Tvoday The Bfttty Co. ltd. gild is ahead of parts of the West. Jt [working men that all the engaged on the con. .lust at present we are troubled with growing pains. Our streets anil walks are- torn up to permit 000 to be spent in grading the streets aud laying cement sidewalks Lethbridge is growing. nine business blocts have been plat- ed under construction, it. new 000 school and a .church are LflHWC strueiion of the now bridge across th Helly River north of town have been laid off for the scarcity ol {jimls is the cause. Only the chief, engineer auu head carpenter are re- tained and they are driving piles. President W. E. Bullock, of the Bountiful -Waste Water Canal Co., sintes that" the A. R. 1. Co. will turn the water into the Chin on-the first of September and requests being and jouu j in the ditch to be at its head on September 2nd GREAT REMOVAL SALE OF commence on a court house, and a fire hall, tally i wo hundred houses have een I Uiil in the citv so far this.year. with teams and slip scrapers to clean out the ditch iti order that our lakes land ponds shall be filled the cold weather sets in. J Albion Ridge Albion Ridge, Aug. the 19th inst. was the hottest day ot L-ETUBRIDGC (Toronto News.) It was the custom for towns hi, Southern Manitoba to race to mar-1 the year recorded out here, ket the iirst load of wheat. The first, wheat of the season was marketed in Lethbridge, where they never thought of raising cattle aud coal. Thus do the possibilities of the West expand. rr bushels and oats will clip off 40 bu- shels to the acre in most'cases. These are not boom figures but ac- tual facts and in the cose of spring wheat and oats, not as good as oth- er years. In making comparisons with other parts of the west the ed- itors will do well to keep the crop yields of this district in mind. Ag- riculturall3T, we claim this district cannot be surpassed. But tbat is not all. As a stock raising country it has no equal. Cattle, sheep tmd horses, graze on the prairies here all the year round. The grass is of the rich est nature and quickly put the stock into great shape for the market. While the day of the big rancher is on end, owing to the rapid agri- cultural development of the country, the former who comes into this- coun try and takes up land wul fmtl the i.-p- portunities for stock raising, in com- bination with grain growing unex- celled. But that is not all. The farmer in this country has market at his very dour. The mills buy his grain, make It Into flour and soil it locally or in tht neighboring provinces or across the Pacific in Japan or China. He can find a ready market for his vege- tables. In poultry there is a demand in the province itself for more than the farmers at present produce. So it is with eggs. They have to be brought in from other provinces. Nearly all our pork is imported too. We bring in nearly ul! our fruit, vet there is no district in Canada that can produce better strawberries, bet- ter raspberries and currants than this district. All we need at present if for fruit farming to be handled on a more extensive scale, so that ve can produce enough to meet the .Icmam! We can raise the fruit, and -ttie mar- ket is here. All we require the men to occupy the land and Tai.se the fruit. And that is not all. I-ethhridge began as a mining town. Today, while the agricultural .level- oprnent has Ijwi active, roal mining has not a In this city and vicinity !h.-tn ore nearly a half mines, sunn of them the larp.-st domestic mines in Canada. art: being opened up right Montr nm rightly asks to rank as the "''PiUshurK of Canada." Ulglrt her? wo are producing most of theing already uearing completion. The store- is most conveniently situated an. the main business street and the promoters are sparing no effort to make it up to date iu all particulars. Tiie foundations of the new brew_ ery are completed and the super. structure will be rushed up as rapid- ly as possible. A prominent hotel proprietor was summoned before the magistrate yes- terday charged with selling'liquor on his premises, and the case prov- ed, a'fine of cue hundred dollars and costs was imposed. NOTICE OF REMOVAL The Misses Delany dressmakers and eostuiners of'Cjabt to announce to their numerous ous. Loniors and to the public generally that they have removed from the above address to Coutts St.., off Courtlaud St., and in thanking them for past favors, Hope for a auce of same. Phone 258. continu. 217.6 PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Physician, Accouthcr t Oflice 914 -fiedpatti St. 'Phone 63 V a.m., 8-S 7-8 p.m. Best Bargains in City Real Estate Tfae C. B. lOiffllB hstlfftelta NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY Trained nurse open for Can lie found at Mrs. W. 0. Button's. Courtland St. MADAM NORMAN Teacher of pianoforte, organ, aik voice production. or receives prepara iory or advanced. Coaching for exams. v Howard HOUM, Crabb HAMILTON YOU NO Crif And Room Whitnty Block. C.F.P.Cohybaari, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Etc Ofliee: Couybeare Alti. TRIBUTE TO When Capt. Bob Evans commanded he United Sfates battleship Iowa, oine years ago, Rudyard Kiplinp ent him a set of his works with il- ustrations by Artist Zogbaum. The gift was accompanied by this grace- ul compliment. Zogbaum draws with, a pencil And I do things with a pen. [Jut you sit up in a. conning tower. Bossing eight hundred mon. Zogbaum takes care of his business And I take care of mine, But you take care of ten thousand tons Skyshooting through the brine. Zogbaum can handle his.shadows And I can handle my style. But you can handle a 10-inch gun To carry- seven mile. To him that hath shall he given. sands of acres ready for the thresher j Fall wheat seems to be a fake tin year although the stand was excep j tionally good and heavy, the heads are very small and the yield in con. i sequence will'' be greatly affected. Mr. M. Lynn and L. W. Ridley were n town on Saturday in connection with school matters. MILK RIVER COMMISSION hlas Gone Over Ground on Interna. tional Boundary to Settle Dis. pute About Waters Helena, Aug. 31. For. the purposr of ascertaininf and agreeing on the j controlling factors of the irrigation waters supply and allied matters, as a basis for negotiations for the divis- ion of the waters of the Milk river and St. Mary's lake and river be- tween Canada and the United States, an international commission has just completed a trip over the St. Mary's lak country, the St. Mary's river and the Milk river in Canada. Heifiry N. Savage, supervising en- gineer in the northwest of the reclam. servicCj who was oae of The" City Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- veying passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge oE 75c each. 'E.ROBERTS _" City Clerk I WANTED Good lots closp m, also modern house in good location. W. R. B.flUWN Carriage Painting a Specialty House paper hanger, wood finisher, etc. Phone 124 25 Argylp Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital The Peace Improved why these books are i commissioners was in the city today. Financial Agents. FiscaTAgents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd. All Standard Stocks Handled ries Than Zogbnum or I could invent. A Little Bare in common sense is the person who, finding him- self up against a wall of trnth plainly and convinc- ingly told, starts in to "blackguard.the attorneyT: behind the forged name of a revered teacher (not Sunday School) who died several centuries before the iodoform joint was in existence. Epsom Salts would have been appropriate as a nom-de-plume. but that might prove too suggestive of what may happen the fellow without any artifi- cial aid. What of the person who would allow publication of such puny bin cfc guard isms as being of interest to newspaper readers Before or after 6 p.m.. lidon't for Sunday School white don't stock it. See our south window for samples of the newly arrival paper back books. And that's sc j The other members wen-: r To the man who has lived more sto- j p_ H Newell? of Washington.'head! of reclamation service, repnsfnt. ing the ck-partfent of state; Dr. P. W. King, of Ottawa, Canada, represent, ing Canadian government; mul John Stewart, superintt-ndent of irri-1 gatio in Alberta. j Mr. Savage says that work has been started on the Milk river pro- ject. Equipment is bf-ing assembled at the site of tho Dodson dam; 100 U-ainri are at work on the canal sys- tem and before September I there will be another teams at wr.rk. HEAD B. C. Strips For Windows aid Doors No Rubber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Sash Noiseless and Easy Running- W. C. AJvocaU, Barrister, Etc Oflice: Southard Block. R. G. AODISON S'jccestor To 8. C. MOORE FuntitJ Director snd OKke-Nwrl to Presbyterwa OJiareL Office Phone 102. 136 F. B. ROLF80N ARCHITECT Room t Whitney Block. JAS. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Strtel Lethbridge, Alta. Mberta Realty Co, CHlMe Ibck Utttrity THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Saves Fu per cent 0, lilG BOX 642 J. F. Rodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE s HORSES Heavy aud Light RODGERS Sale Stabies Wood St. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M P E R A N C t U N i O N Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month, at- 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prei. MRS. CHA8. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary Leth bridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. r meeting .night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. AiC.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, w- il- Secretary. P. O. Box Mtf liquid Veneer For the Canadian National Exhibu tion, to be held at Toronto, August] 29th to September 14th, tht Canadian! Pacific Railway will have in effect! special round trip rates. For full information as to dates of limits, etc., apply to the nearest C. j P. R. Ticket Agent. 00.17 MADAME NORMAN (Orchestral Pianist.) Disengaged for evening engage- ments, town or country. Every branch professional work understood hav- ing had 20 years experience in a Band of fourteen men, nil in H. M. Marines and Royal Yachts. R, SI6E Itie University of Alberta STRATHCONA, ALTA. Classes open September 23rd, 1903. Cov.rsos offered Lading to B.A. Ti.Sc. Degrees. i Four scholarships of each I open for competition at the Matric.i ulation Examinations in September. For particulars write the President ot' the University, Strathcona, Alta. Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents Dear i I ad Is a Bottle of Liquid Veneer worth Fifty DolUrj? Well, just try the goods, observe the results aud decide the question for yourself. If yonr piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer matanrty.and permanently removes it, thus paving "reat expense of sending the instrument to laciory for wSmtshmg if yojr furniture, woodwork, picture frames, cYwHiers gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look like new by simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth mVisfcwl ia Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous of reSiuahincc everything, as well as the annoying p-js-n-e o? varnishers and the nuisance of brushes, paint. sticky surfaces and varnish smalls, all without the loss of tho uv of your rooms for a nument, don t you think that a will really you more than worth of good. Tiiat is oxv.tly what a 50c bottle of Liquid veneer will do. Juat it a trial audsUisfy yourself. We know that if you use it as directed you are sure to be delighted with the results. Yoors very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral Meets 1st and Hrd Mondays in K. of P Hall at B o'clock. Visiting bretlirenare cordially invited. vs. a. DAVIES, w.r 24-1 y T. J. WHITE, W. S PH O N 63 G. W. GRAY lEthbridge Canadian Order ot Foresters CMrt LdUrifce Ht. 262 Meets in K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome .L P. ROGERS, C.R A. XEIDIG, F.S. TO YOUR HEALTH drink every time you drink n >ottlc of Albf-rln Pride Beer bottled us. We bottle only the it is beer, mineral waters, gingnr ale, sarsnparilla, kola kola, ironbrow, t-te. Our soft drinks are all healthful, as well as the pure and delicious bottled be< r, bottled by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd First-class Cafe IS MI UTEL DINING ROM Short Onto Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE LCTHBFUDGE LOUue. NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets on t'.ie second Tuesday of each month tit a. 15 p.m. E. A. SHAKMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of No. 293, SMB of Enjliil ieufit in tlic Kninl.ln of Pythiai- first and thinl Tlinrsdiiy in the month nt 8 p.m. Visiting hrrthn-n nlwjijs wH COTBP. t Freii T. Roliim, Wi c W. Bui 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall sec- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, wouJd do well to communicate with us. KEVIN, Chiet W. A. DTCKSON, Secretary. M-lyrd-v ;