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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID6t DAILY HIRALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST SI, IMS. (f OF CANADA Capital, tesl ail rrtllts Exceed Bank Money Orders payable in all parts of Canada, aud'in the lead- ing cities of the United States, are sold at every Branch'of the Union Bank. They cost are absolutely safe. Travellers Letters of Credit issued good the world over. Exchange bought and sold. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued. Lethbndge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Grassy Lake W. Bailiie, Manager, Visitors THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICE, Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in ttje United States and England B. t. WALKER, President ALEZAlfDER LAIRD, General BANK MOMiY ORDERS J and under 3 Over anc} not exceeding 6 cents' 1C n .lt... 15 Jife payable at jiaf at every office of a Chartered Bank m Cmnada (except in Hie Vuko'ri) aiici at the principal ba'nkjng points in the United States. They at to the sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. form an excellent method of remitting- small sums of -money with ind at small cost, and may be obtained without delay, Lethbri'jge Branch CG.Oourse, Manager EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants-and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in- connection, deposits of Sl.OO and upwards received and in- terest allowed at" highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch AN'INTERNATIONAL WORKMEN'S FEDERATION Paris, France, Aug. International Trades Union Congress was opened in this city today and among the subjects discussed "were the reduction of the hours of labor. Samuel Gompers, president, of the American Federation of Labor and J. Howard Eades, represented Am- Kr. Gompers submitted a proposal for tlie organization of "an International Federacion of Workmen which" not afiecting the independence of the workmen, -pf. the respective countries, would "defend the rights and interests of all and create inter- national fraternity .and What Have You to Offer] We have Cash Customer for Residential Lots if offered at right prices Lots in Parkview just south of the Fair Ground at each, only cash and per month. These prices will prevail until September 1st. After this date prices will be advanced Office open evenings Calvin Hatfield ROOM 1 Before buying a new wagon for the corning haiyest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices Office aid Wirekouse Cor, Fort ind Campbell Streets Pbone 24S P.O. Winnipeg, Aug. 2! the members ol the lion took a 'well They speiii it wisely, going oft into the country and visiting points and places of Interest. Many sccsos-.of Western activity were visited and everywhere the members evinced a scientific curiosity. Perhaps the trip to Winnipeg Beach was the most largely attended. Here the botanists found a ueld for their trampings. i Not- were the latter without result for Prof. Bolley, who has made re- markable in connection with smut fungus, stumbled across u new variety of the genus. This he will take back to Fargo, the pro- fessor believing that the new fungus may prove highly important ia the j battle weeds. At Stoney j Mountain the geologists spent a pleasant. and profitable time under the leadership of Dr. C. B. Tyrrell. j The formation of the mountain was j investigated and the city 'quarry j itod. To some extent the weather in- j j.terfeivd 'With the excursion to'the j city hydro-electric plant at Point Du j BOJS. but even the elements could notxlampea ardor or stay the in- i quisitivenoss of many of the visiting" {.engineers. Quite a number went out to 'St. Andrews and were much inter- ested in the constructions oi the locks. On the Portage plains har- vesting operations were seen in full and richness of'' the country called forth many expressions of sur- prise- and admiration from, the visit- ors. Yesterday was observed in true British fashion as of .rest. Di- vine service was attended by many bl the visitors. The pulpit of Christ church was occupied by Rev. !S. H- G-rav, president of the educational science section; and at' Knox church 'Bev. Dr. Bryce sought to reconcile the claims of science an-d religion.- He made mention in the course of his re- marks of the lofty character and simple Mie of many great scientists. .Most oi the city churches received visits from members of the associa- tion. tf i Threshing Now AtTaber V LAND 1 FOR -Oil Saturday ritish J Tabor, Aug. Cutting is nearly completed and 'thiv hum of the Choice block of 956 acres, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. This is on the Weyburn Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, S13.00 per acre en block, or in sections; cash on each half section, balance; 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. aud the farmers are t Good for floors too happy in the assurance that nothing jnow can, obviate the bountiful yield j I which thc'y have anticipated. Tho Townships Bank will j bo doing business tomorrow, in their j [new quarters in the Douglas block on j I Main street. j j AV. J. Kilgrow is condnod to his j j bod with un attack of appendicitis, j j Campbell and Ancterson, our enter- i gents furnishers, provided the (citizens "Vith. a unique entertainment I Saturday evening, the occasion beinj? j the re-opening QI their store after be- j ing1 enlarged .and otherwisciirnproved. band played on a. stand illum- inatod with electric lights, and every- I body was treated to a good cigar. This linn is to be congratulated on j their i-nterprise and good taste in iixing up such an attractive place of j (Torono Globe) j business. I yesterday afternoon, August 24th, a Miss McLeod and Miss Fulton have j quiet. wedding was solemnized ia Cal- returned to resume their studies as teachers after spendin t.on, in Bruce, Ont. FOR FURNITURE of all kinds interior "vroodworjt Just Use CAMPBEELS The Original In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO, If out of town write us FORMER CARDSTON MAN WEDS HOSPITAL-SUNDAY NQTSS Mrs. H. Robinson, wife of our genial McCprmick. agent, has.arrived Ottawa. They have taken up The.ladies'- committee will meet south of the track. Mrs. Walter Appleby's residence on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A13 Jadies interested are requested to be at Burnbrae, the residence of their vaca- j tjie parents when Maude Ethel daughter oi Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Burns Caledonia, was married to Mr.. John T.'Ross, B. A., of Edmonton, chief inspector of schools for Alber- ta The ceremony'was conducted by airs. B. W. Wright has -returned to the Kev. of Toronto, the the town after spending a couple of t, u M i bnde grandfather and Kev. months with her parents in Prino> j R_ y D D.; the Albert, Sask. 3iiss Pender and Miss McCaffrey ar- The afodera Woodnien of America rived in town yesterday to assume have appointed Messers. Norman Reid and Claude Monroe as their del- -public'school. positions on tile teaching staff of egates. WAS NOT A FAKE INTERVIEW Papers That Were Scooped on Beres- f ford Talk Try vto Square Themselves Montreal. Que... Aug. regard j tc the interview in the {Montreal Wit- j ness Lord Charles Beresford', j 'which was covered in. 'this service 'on Saturday, and which has since been j denied by Lord Charles, in a Montreal i the Witness tonight :says: "A Saturday paper, the Montreal Standard, in historical way, publish-! es the following telegram from Lord j Charles Beresford: 'I have given no interview to any reporter or paper .whatever, as I do not consider that j ir- would have been, courteous to make remarks before receiving the address'i from the representative or the Can- adian National Exhibition -of Toronto which has honored me with an invi- tation to open their exhibiion.' "This is exactly in accordance with facts as we gave them. Lord Charles .had said to all reporters that he was not going to give any. interviews un- j til he got to Toronto. It. would never j 1 do' therefore, for'him to have authoriz-1 ized an interview. What''.'occurred-1 was plainly stated. His Lordship'} to a smal group of citizens, a reporter being present. He bantered the reporter about the use he was going to make of it. If he had forbidden, ;that would have beeii What- :he: did. say, is re- ported. An Admiral in the" Royal .Navy, when he is commands, gives them explicitly. No one pre- sent imagined that what was said was going to be used. That our re-! porter was the only one present was j the only circumstance that made it exclusive. It is natural, however, that papers that were not present Glass We have just unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill .all orders at right prices. Our; stock _of lumber is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill i work a specialty. OLIVER'S MNUFMING OUGHT TO BE A LESSON j Vancouver. B. C. Aug. I he beat E. J Deadman, an aged ruan, in Stanley Park, after robbing him of Clay Beers, who comes of a respectable Ottawa family, yr-sterclay- sentenced by Judge Mclnnes-.to treaty lashes and seven years. in t penitentiarv. Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BOMPIS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 j NEAR THE BIG TREES i Yosemite, Cal., for- I'ost fire that has been raging in the Merced srove vicinitv for three dav? j was within two miles of the big trees last night. Major W. W. Forsythe, acting superintendent of the Tosemite National park is confident, however Lthat he can save, the forest'giants. ,_.. >T. Burns, D. D., 1 bride's uncle, and the Rev. A. E. B. A., of Caledonia Lohen- j grin's wedding march was rendered I by Miss Stella Campbell, Orangeville. (The bride was attended by her sis- ter Edna M. Burns, and the groom was supported by Mr. J. "R. Duns- jford of. Columbus, Ohio. The bride j was cowned in cream silk with wide watered over cream taffeta, with pearl orhtunents and duchess lace, tulle veil and orange blossoms and cuirried a shower bouquet of bridal roses. The bridt-smaid wore rose silk cascade with an ex4uisite bolero of French hand-made lace of deep cream interlaced with gold, an'd carried a sheaf pink 'rose'buds. The bride's mother wore a black gow.a of ilirectoirc satin and 'Flemish lace.- The srroom's gift to the -bride a j ut'cklacp of whole pearls, of exqui- site workmanship and design, to the bridesmaid .a pearl pendant.'-and chain, 'to the pianist a-broque pearl bar pin, and to the groomsman a scarf lUBoy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Off Phoue-iSO pin. Mr. and Mrs. Koss left for an- extended tour of the Maritime pro- vinces after which they will take up their residence in Edmonton, Alberta.. A VETERAN DEAD Windsor.-Aug. Fox, aged: S'J a veteran of -the reoelliorv is dead at the home of his daughter- in this city. When the brike out he saw service under David White, Superintendent of Militia and subsequently, transferred to Amherst- bwrg. He took part in the engage- ment of Bois Blac Island in 1837.. He -and a dozen 'of his comrades "were imprisoned'in. Pelee Island leasecl by: Col. Prince several days later. i ij 1 Place Tour Orders for ....'WITH.... JAS. HUME Ghiaranteed PHONE 289 Contractors and Builders If you Want to build up a business on a foundation that will Idst, three things at least are necessary 1 You must place good materials in your buildings 2 You must get as good a price as your competitors 3 You must prompt delivery of all material so you can rush your work THEY. DRINK ALCOHOL i London, Aug. great hubbub, participated in chiefly by medical' men. temperance workers, and teach- j' ers, is stirring England today as the; result- of the statement of F. G. Mac-! kereth, in. the current number of the' Lancet, that 40 per cent of the Lon-j don school children under the age i of eight drink alcohol more or lessj regularly. Mackereth says lie got Kis' figures from several. of the County Council infant schools. "There appears no he says, "that a siiniilar state of things exists in. every part of Christian Europe, ex-j cepting in the countries of the far-j 5 General Teaming We dp all 'classes of "teaming on the shortest Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want thf best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Goal delivered C.O.D., WM. TAYLOR Ring Up 108 When vbu want thest In one school of some" 300 infants T found that 11.8 per cent, drank al- cohol daily; 34.1 per cent, drank oc- casionally, and 54 cent, were members of the Band of Hope." Done promptly and .4. satisfactorily it.JOHN LETHBRIDGE LUMBER CO. Wholesale Dealers in Building Mater a Ltimber, Shingles, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Brick, etc. Prices on Elevator Cribbing E. G. Fir Flooring and No. 1 XXX Shingles Telephone 379 Have You Examined Our Stock 1 The Largest in Alberta! i Call and get acquainted. You'll come the second time without this invitation City Yards, south of Ellison Mills, Letbbridge. Also At New Dayton and Magrath ;