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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1109. Lethbridgc Ironworks Co. LIMITED Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders. Machinists. Boiler Makers, General Blacksmiths and Jobbers LOCAL NEWS No Job Too Small No Job Too Large We manufacture and carry in Stock everything re- quired for a mine, mill, elevator, farm engine cr buiJding Workmanship Guaranteed to be First Class If you trespass on the boulevards, tbo police will forimr into court. The police from this date on will {make examples of (very j or tivspussiny; on I j the boulevards. The lire brigade made a trial run j Thursday. The horses were in the 'stalls when the gong sounded. The j chemical and hose wugon were hitch ed aud taken to the A. R. I. Co. es. In two -minutes and twenty 1 secon-ds from the time the .gong 'sounded the brigade hud three streams of water playing on the building-. U'hoy haii to turn three corners to get there. The chief's bug try was already hitched up and he made the run in one minute fifteen seconds. See the ladies play ball with the THE MAYORS Cafilal, lest art UUIvUd Frdllf Exceed CANADA HAS TROUBLE ELECTRIC FANS DESK FANS BRACKET FANS CEILING FANS VENTILATING FANS FAN MOTORS Supplied, installed, cleaned ami repaired by experienced electrical mechanics L. McKenzie Co. Red path Street Phone 204 Best materials Harness Expert workman shi will bear compirison That looks well That fits well That wears well P ict-s that Ottawa. July 1 iiuidi1 tu Imperial Pres.5 cvnfi'ivrie.' lirpuiatk'n by Premier As- i.n that it was at tli iviju.-jt nf Hon. R. LeniK-ux that "ny n-jarding mluction of At- lantic ratfs Iiad delayed. i trovrrnnient and it is a t.-asy m.iiter for I with the cable coinpan-' irs TO b'- r-acru-d, bur in Canad.t ;nv in privai- hands and the C-n- a.Iiau ha? fi'imd in.-iirniount.-ibl..- in ,m.d int: with land and en bit- c rnpani'-s. Th.- (V'nfi-ivjh'f with until Press Club tonight at 0.30 at Ath- k'tic Park. Press Club vs. Chicago Ladies' Baseball Club at. Athletic Park to- night. N. H. Murray of the Alexandra _! Cafe di-d a rushing business Thurs- i day. Last nig-ht he stated that from jnine o'clock Wednesday evening- to the same hour Thursday evening they Bad and my uncles got over the difficulty nicely about, giving money to the Salvation Army." They wanted to give a hand-out to the Band and could not do so without doing something for the Army The Army is therefore to get a hundred dollars to care for the ue- lected children of the city. If Mr. Chudwick wants to get other burgs to follow this noble example he know how to do it, all he has to do is t fmHe for Uw Faltre You have no guarantee that you will always be able to do your present work, or make your e present income. It is wise; in lay aside a certain amount regularly, aud build up a reserve fund. m The best way to do this is to open a. Savings Account in the Union Bank, on which Interest will be paid regularly at highest current rates. It will lessen your worries, and increase your self-respect, Lethbridge Branch-J. R. Anderson.Acting Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski, Manager. f jhad served 9GO meals. In ideal weather Thursday, amid beautiful surroundings, although not "far from the madding (no reflections of course) the members of the local Salvation Army corps, sen- iors ami juniors, spent a most enjoy- able day pionicing. The rendezvous was the River Bottom near Stafford house. Leaving the Army hall at ten o'clock the party drove down, everything for a glorious time il. thanks to the I friends' and i-d the nuts candies an-d fruit, no lime was lost in getting at it. Every- one was a child for the time being of all kinds were taken start up an agitation for a grant the town band. That will put th council in a fix and they will have o come through to get Out. It's al right, of course. There is no par- ticular objection to the city buyin six hundred dollars worth of band in- struments and uniforms "to remain the property of the city." And no one has any kick on the grant to the Army except that it is too small in proportion. I wonder if it would have been possible for Dad and the council to have bought three or four hundred dollars worth of instruments and uniforms and lend them indefin- itely and gratis to the Army. It is interesting and instructive t0 see how councils get aramd and over and-i under and through by-laws, charters j and every other tiling that is put up j to fence in their actions. THEMOLSONSBANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SA VINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Just by the same token, there are some people who have been watching lethbridge Branch, Redpaft St. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager and waiting to ?ee the record of the building permit the city is taking out to build the power house. It is a rather funny tiling that every other A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside (i 's Ha: dwore in. Skipping -n i ii i i, sw lollow has to have his permit before i and lOotball eich ivceived i take placv in f rtctuul he Cfln ?tan on hlj? but t} us complement of attention as did 'J n'" il-.-ssina. haly. riiic earthquakes .ut yi'srcrday, wliieh a( panii.'d by roiiriivz sounds and said tn have a stronger and umlulatory ni''V--mi-n: tlian ill-- la.-it LUMB also the contents of those ample bas- kets provided by the sisters. Lemon- ade ami lime juice, ice cream, pop com and peanuts, but there tion fails: They returned as is usual rtj tired but very happy, giving thanks rr j to their Heavenly Father, the Author and giver of every prize list of the Lethbridge and I District Agricultural Society's Fair jean Procure one by calling at the joHice of G. ar. Hatch, the j secretary, 3Iajor W. B. Burnett. i Medicine Hat News Miss Mary i Reid returned Before elsewhere yon should see our Lumber and get otiifprices jr Lethbridge, tending the on Thursday from where she has been at- convent. Mr. ReM was city d-.es not have t0 do so. If it i? publicity the city want? through its building records, they ought to help it along themselves. Perhaps they think that by passing the by-law, the people issued the building permit and it is not necessary for the inspec tor to do There has not been any taken out for the publicity building either but that is perhaps because be- ing a frame structure it is better not to recognize the building in any w until it is built and then it would be a shame to order it to be torn down. But it's alright. SCHOOL OF MINING A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE Affiliated to Queen's Vnfbersty KINGSTON, ONT. Tot Calendar tppl; to the Secretary. THE POIXOWING COURSES ARE OFFERED I FOUR YEARS' COURSE FOR DEGREE: OF-B.SC. n. THREE YEARS' COURSE FOR DIPLOMA. fc. e. BfiMermloffy d. CIvU f. K. Electrical k. Biolocr Public Hraltk, L Power in from Medicine Lodge to meet her. C. ITansen expects to have his new hotel, the Castle, open for business on Monday niirht. The furniture ar- rived today and the carpenters are putting on the finishing touches. The hotel contains fifty-eight rooms, all of which are a size. The apart- ments are well planned and the Cas- place creditably I tie will take its among Southern Alberta hotels. "Watch Tor opening announcement in Monday's Herald. Bellevue an-d Supina. who recently opened a cigar factory @i the Xorth j Ward, have placed their first orders j on the market an-d the "B and S" i and "Repeater" are said to hft the i real thine. I 4 I Place Your Orders for ------WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 take pleasure in showing you our high grades, we sell at the very lowest margin of profit. CALL AND BE CONVINCED South Alberta Lumber Co. LIMIT fO Get our Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el ewhere We--hmye just placed a carload i ;_, Metal Shingle "ami Siding V. Co.'e goods in stock Dad's council has passed another by-law and by the great cats of Egypt, if anybody disregards Those signs on the boulevards there will be all kinds of trouble. It kind of funny to the average citizen to see a "No Trespassing" sign staring at him on his own property but even if the sign painter was a little off in his wording, the man on the side- walk knows what he means and if he does not stay off the grass or the place where the grass ought to be i he will have to pay the expenses of his own funeral. I hope the chief of police and the other noises who have to look after this thing will not make a monkey of it but will get after ev- ery mother's son who dares to tres- pass in opposition to the said signs. It is rather hard on some people who live in the middle- of a long block to have to go oway up- and back to' get across. I'think the city should yptrt cr. s.sings on the boulevards in spots so thst people ettn out' to the street without walking oii-the or walking so fat to-go But I suppose- that is; really up to the owner of the property and lie 'has. -to put in the walks if-he them. The by-law .is. 'a good one, lint is if it-'is'-carried-.into' effect. I'arp-getting sick and.tired of ham- mr-n'ng- at the guy or'guys'iwlid. drives or drive or jioii't .the waterwagon or wat'onvagonsT .The way iiL- persistently succeeds in. watering 1 the-.crossings ;.where it is not ;nceded and forgets to bring out his wagon when it is needed, is .enough to make a fellow blow up and bust for .lack of pr per expression.. Dam in ion. Day. hor as ..blazes and at times as dirty -as ..the inside bt'siri but; that darned .oM" cart was nowhere.frto be Probably the driver wanted: a holiday the same as a lot of ..other there were scores .of inen who -woiiltr-FaUier have or. ;threi> dollars as .much .or- jnore celebrating. ..That water-wagon is a mighty important, institution in this city and should hot be used or l-.-ft, alone; like-a kid's toy but ought j to be run. in; a businesslike manner Glad To Have Trinity Americans Here London, Grey, Gov- ernor General of Canada, in an ad- dress at the Dominion Day Banquet in London tonight said that far from being apprehensive that American im- migratr.n would injure Canada's loy- alty, he- cherished and welcomed, eveff. merican immigrant because-.. exper- ience, convinced him that the Asocial; political and the Dominion were such as -to in- duce every American, after a short. residence in an enthusiastic and patriotic Canadian. Willinm JarvTs; the "olclest" paper man in Montreal, dropped dead on the street last night. For the List quarter-of a century, he-has boon on the star staff. College School Port Hope, OnL Healthy situa- tion. Fireproof Buildings. Extensive Play, large Gymnasium, SkaU ing Rinks, etc. iioys prepared for the Universities Royal Military College, and Businesa. Special attention given to yonager boya. Next term begins Tuesday, Sept 14. ForCalrndar andaUinformatitm apply to the Headmaster let. OSWALD BICBY. M.JL PORT HOPE. OUT. COAtDALE NOTES -4- Stewart, for- merly of the American Farming Co. ranch is movinjr his effects to "his 'lomc-stead, 'south-east of Grassy Lake.. the American Farming Co. have a drill on their farm and are drilling i >r. ,water, which they expect to reach rery soon. 'Wr.rren IvrcClaine has a gang of men in this vicinity putting in cul- and'ditches for the A. R. I. and supplying the farmers, with ,11 the irrigation water they require. OF OEA? OFFICE, TokONTO 1. 1. WALKER, President AXttAJTDIK LAIRD, General ESTABLISHED Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, CHEQUES recently issued by this Bank are a roost ia which to carry money when travelling; They arc issued in denomioatkiafl at and ud wnonnt payable io Austria, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland is stated on the of each cheque, wbfle io other tj an payable current rales. The cheques ud ail information nginfiag them may be obtained at every office A. Lcthbricfge Branch r t G, Oourse, Manager Factory W PREDICTS AN ABUNDANf HARVEST Ottawa, Julyi Saundors, direc- tor of the Experimental Farm has telegraphed the Department of Agri- culture from Indian Head, Sask under date of June 30 0% follows: seen crops over large areas ip Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grain in all districts visited very heal- thy appearance, is growing rapidly and promisrs well. Winter wheat-in Souther Alberta in some places was partly winter killed and has been resovrn with spring grain. "Some early spring varieties of grain are beginning to head; "although grain in. some districts was sown 'Fa- v-..rable conditions the expectation of abundaiiV The Slberta Railway anil Irrigato Company Is -now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS THH MARKET lots Kortli of the eiilroad anil West of Westminster Bd. FROM 1 .tf' W EACH 150 TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months Interest 6 per cent, per annum M ;