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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbrldge Dally Herald, Monday, July Dwly Herald ito 8t, Lethbrldge iHMi-Adyeiiitiiif CirculattoR asd Job pally, aii montha. delivered three HionthB, delivered .vv Dally, one "nwmtii. delivered Daily, three months. by mail as often aa desir- b'atS 'addresses ;in.uit; be" giveu.. EEKCY Pttbilahed every' In eight contains a summary; of me Mire of the ,week. local and district. a THE HERAID liroi iiaie at tiie following Gross, Drug and Book Johnston, Alexandra Hotel Co.. R. _ W. pam- J. -Alltchel, D- L. _ Bros: Card BOOK Co. B. Seal. :CranbTOOk, B. Atchison. LI' Remecke. Tughar-i .Hotel News Stand. D'Arc's dcug store. ,-Medidne iL Northam-; L- C..P- R- less prpdace 'forge crops tuntpVi'mkyraiso and .produce a good on lummer "ifalJoV and "Winter rye about August 1 wiU provide an excellent tcJl and spring pasture. Let every stockman make.. pos- sible of his time Bering.' the next two weeki'-to-provide'souls kind of feed to supplement on which lie lias .It is- iaily important .tSat [year. won't need It -is not too a ..sup- ply, of of every tea farmers In- Alberta wiM be'-short of hay next" year. Greeii feed is an excellent substitute for-hay to. feed -to do indicate any in the cty, of Admiral Douglas aars fce totervtewi and all. that Canadian favorable to annexation has lieen lost. The reception the alleged Jn- terview did get should show to every one else t% unwisdom of ever saying any such thing in future. The Calgary university promoters evidently fclew their independent horn 'before they co'.intM u? the cost, aati now come to the government for a promise of aid. They -wotft get it, if the people "of Southern Alberta their way, and it is not. likely that the movement will fiiave any sup: port in the'north. vNo one would Calgary university promoters of .iiiot having any toraihs, but they appear to .be of. the hog.variety. From Other Sanctums ,iipon hy the; ratepyers... on -practically assures nitnral gas. The company asking- aTtweaty year .franehise from does not ask the city to -give -them, or to feack; them', coispany -does .not propose to its money by, boring; 'for iie city, pipe it from ".Bow Island, in .-the Southern Alberta gas field.nearest exist in tremendous'auaatities- 'In" time, if '.is' .beEeath- ifcis company ,'willj, get it, meanwhile JLethbridge will be -supplied'.gas' governed by. the franchise- from and; to all appearances sup-- idle h'orses, and: all 'it bi -cattle. -i OUR POINT OF VIEW. The .Capital says The Journal 'is a, .poor election predicter. Well, The'. chat Mr. ,.Tvould -liis" incdmplere -.-Capital -vjiotW-Ed- ''_, Bat the' Journal -did predict that At-. Mitchell' -Tvorldt -lose his .deposit Hat, the figiires proi'e tharMr. Htbdrrale ace ollosmghls. "-_ A Prayer for Rain. Minot, N. God, our Heavenly 'Father, who. 'hy Thy gracious provifiance., dost cause the former and the latter rain txrxiescend apon. the EaitX that it may bring forth fruit for'the use of man: We most humbly pray that it Tliee to send forth-a joy- ful raia u-pon Thine.inheritajice to' re- fresh it while dry to: "the great com- fort of us. Thy unworthy servants, and to the glory, of Thy ..Name, through Thy mercies Christ our Lord. Amen. Coutts Stirect Ovcrheatd An Auured Fact Lethbridg particulars Freeman Leithbtidgc Hdtel Block Con't Fool the ?anks. i :Cardston The question was asked this week you can. iuy somethiag and, give a cheque for it when'; paving "no- funds in the -baak.- jiaswer is that'lt is apt to''be -danger- ous it might "calied obtanung goods uader -false on .coavictioa, leads to ;-A '-moral', victory th-2 -Conservatives in Vermillioa, ia. the face'of the fact that the Premier had a'iaajonty "as the 'late ,mem- "Harmon--and ''onajht'. to make a good. cry.-for :the.Democrats presidential'campaign. Are you betting on the black or tbe f gas .worthy of the -best efforts of all those -who -isre -the of. Greater Leta-hrldge -at heart aoaesuyrgre" youTior to know who -will the big Can.Do Without Therp.-4. Calgary Calgary wants neither strikes or lock-outs. The 'Edmonton Jeiirnal says' "the At- frf' every CONTEST' INy.GLEICHEN. According to the -pnb iished-in the constituency, there is ev-. likelihood that E.. ,H_ Riley wiU. have opposition'in Glelchen.' la "its last issne the News remarked that very innch-as though there will -tnaagular fight in rid- ing, I or reasonably, certain that ilr. Riley will be opposed by a supporter of new as well as -by a Conservative. A, J.- Robertson, of the firm of Rob- ertson Pegler, of this place, has possible candi- date by local Coaservatives. Mr. Robertson'has.been in is a good -speaker and a s-hrewd poli- tician. He was seen in regard to roui, one exception.'" -It was day Conservativei i iliayft looked for it too." a, "polar" canniaate'l Gr. is a candidate for tSe-TJj S. California., He tMafcs he woTuUmake a Southern -Alberta Is suffering trom a -dry spell, 'but "we have lots :oi com- pany. Down in Minor, Xorth Dako- of .the papers publishes a pray- !er for A gentleman was in the of. one of BirmicgEamjs, hotels, when some one .made a remark about -easy to get a refresaiments" ia'the'jVragic'tScy.-Tlieri young aian '1 ihave been- is: for nine days, and I have never that, spot and T want to tell you "never sleep" negro poiier of [this hostelry became interested In Tie. conversation, advancing to tJie speaker to tip his hat ed this question: "Boss, where is you been stojgpiug- since yon -came to -de "ceme- the matter and stated that he wouki accept a that was A .week from-to-day the bylaws 'Will be voted on. Read them over -care- fully. Get the sense out of the lesal phrasology, aadjvote according :tcr-ihe .best interests of-the' city, in' ycur mous, but otherwise he would have with it He particular, Jiowever, about the matter and did not intend to make any ef- fort to secure the nomination. Emil Griesbach, of Gleichen- has offered himself as an Independent candidate. It is -possible that James Shoudice run as a Conservative, tout lie de- sires further time in which to con- sider the matter. It may foe that P., J. Nolan may be a government can- didate. Among' those who are spoken of as possible candidates are W. Camp bell, John Clark jr., and Dr. lags, the Jatter of Calgary. The contest for the office in this constituency promis- es to be an interesting one. The Manitoba provincial aau" the ibyiaw take place the same day. ada Tvfll be breathless in day. elections elections All suspcnse -.It is a'-certain lady of a Kansas town desired to -show kindness to the eaTttain.of State militia company ;ilie -followiag invitation: "ilrs. ;v''jre- quests the pleasure of company at reception eVen- r A prompt reply came: "With the exception of three men, who are SicS: fwith aneaslesj Captain company j .accept your kind invitation, and- will j.-oome with pleasure to your reception i Friday evening." tke Key to of NO TAXES OHYEK ACCESSORIES Our stock of it mrrlTlog dally; We jutt t stock of auto 34 x 4 and 30 x J Tke Stiilirl Co. PHONE M4 WOOD IT. The Office of the Traiisfer Go; s Oopbsite Methodist Church Draying done on shbrt" notice JHAY AND GRAIN PHONES: Residence JI..Ci McCLURE S: KNAPMAN J LEGAL JOHNSTONS i: ters and Office, Jsank; Leihbridge., L.M7 Johnstone-. Noiman Eitcnie. MED2CAL DR. W. S; Surgeon. Accouciier. 9 7-S p.m-; Office 914 Bed path St.., Phone 53., CHURCH St THUR barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare iilock, Letabridge. SIMMONS-.4 Solicitors slid Nctaries. Money te loan. Bssik ot Commerce Etdg. W. C. Slmmont-: S. J. Shepiiesd. A young constable arrived in a in Scotland, and in the Advocate the passing of the bylaw course of dlltTj found- it to; giv'sig a -franchise to a company io a very old offender. Ar- Ibring .natural gas to LethToridge and at ae distribute It. It cannot create a moa- IVr-r, into the cell with the ill the "step." in Lethbridge and the terms sre f-, j v favorable to the city. J. Solicitor. Noiary. Eoom 14, Stafford Block. :r ,H3HN J. and Solicitor. Office. Rooms 9 and I. Ott Block. An increase of twelve per cent, in the building :permits of June, 1910, ov- ey? 1909, and an increase of IT per -jent. for the six months over the sir months corresponding last year. "Gee awa, said tile" prisoner, with contempt, "I kent the step afore ye was born." NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT. North Dakota is effects of the dry spell there philosophically. !At Mnot, the Commercial Club discus- sed the advisability of asking the far- mers in that vicinity to plow under fifteen or tweaty acres of their ruin- ed crops and sow .millet or fodder of some kind. The -hay crop in that district has been damaged, and as .will be a scarcity of straw, the of the stock for the com- ing winterVhas to ibe figured out in advaace. farmers have ,fof- seen this and are now plowing ten or fifteen acrSs" into fodder corn or mil- let ibut there many who will not do j it until it is too late. The Lethbridge Board of Trade might take similar action of it is not too late. The fodder crop, except al- falfa, is practically nH, and. if a crop of any kind, good for ieed, can be raised 'by seeding this month, the far- mers should be urged to make .the move without delay. The Alberta Homestead, published at Edmonton, .points 'out that the straw crop will be. fight, consequent- ly -most farmers are suffer heavy losses In botli horses-and cat- tle should .the coining winter, 'bo a severe one. Bnt it is not too late to prepare ior the worst, it says. Beard J EMBOSSED STATIONERY THE EMBLEM OF GOOD TASTE. A fine linen note paper -with your initial embossed at the To? of each sheet, Is now the correct and proper thing. As a man is known by the jrcmpany he keeps, for more so Is- a lady kno-wn by the sta- tionery she uses. SPECIAL PRICE, ...30c THE REB CROSS DRUG BOOK S17Q LOCAL OPTION CAMPAIGN. Review.) Local Option from Midnapore to {Jrannm, was the slogan of addresses here this week by Rev. W- W. Fortune, secretary of temper- ance and -moral reform for Afberta, -'.Cwo meetings were held, Tuesday night in the Methodist Church, aud Wednesday in the Presbyterian Chtsrch. ,Mr. Fortune told of a visit to O> [iila, Owen Sound, Bowmanville, ab.d other leading local option towns I Ontario, and gave many i from merchants of the benefits POAPST A Barristers, Solicitors and Notari loan. Southard Block. clan and Surgeon. .Electric and X- ray treatment. Office; Room 18 Sherlock Building: Corner Redpath .and Glyn; .Hours: Till Sundays: TIE. 10; 1-4; ,8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. _ .R- B. C. THOMSON, B.A., slclan, accoucher. OIHce Douglas Westminster Road. Residence 320 St. Phone 476. Stejim Water .Heatlni Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett 3t -_ PHONE .485- ALBERTA HEATING 4L PLUMBING D. O'Connor, -Manager .Plumbing and heating; gas fitting heating; jobbing; .promptly'attended to..- Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365.' Professional Gards CARPENTER hou- ses, shacks, churches, halLrand stores estimated all kinds of repairs and alteratioa carefully execut- ed. Orders with .Mr. S. .M. Brook's store at 402 Westminster Rd. or P. O. Box 435. 145-26 kinds of "jobbing joining; and reconstruct ing done en the shortest notice; Sat- isfaction guaranteed; Estimates giv- 849 Crabb St, or General Deliv- ery-' 137-26 .-MUSIC MADAM. pian- 'iste. At liberty for engagements, dances, dramatic and vau- Pupils taken .In pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a (graduate.) MISS-NORM AN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St 143-O Mr- given la and piaao- W M .Ta WILLIA M Whii "ney "Block. Latie Bros. 'Architects.: Detroit. Q. Whitnev Block. Eoonr8 JAS. A. Macdcuaid BlockV Redpatb, street Lethbridge; Alta. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.R. A., A. A. 1. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth- Phone 1438. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free." Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O..Box 512. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Bar, Now and Tiuxwt, Stafford Block; Atta. Office hours: 9.30-12 2-6 pJn.; 7-8 p.m. "Offlee 841; Rert- dence 693. T. K. sad EaUd- -er, estimates given, on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large.. 'Box 516; office 1260 Courtland street. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L Barrister, Solicitor, public, etc. 4 Alberta. Block, RonEd ttrett. C. -Soli- citor, Neiary Public, etc; 1 sad 2 Money to Loan. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. acxxrantant Audits, liquidations, general ing .and advic-e thereon. Acadia Biock. LetbbrSdge, DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominioa Dental certifica.te. Office room 4 Macdonald Blfc Phone 1071. CONCRETE erecnt d for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art sills and lintels made to detail Con- crete WocRs and brick always on d.1 H. J. Qoode, Concrete Factory, 523 Smitn St, Phone 1344. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blfci Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St Phone 521. Office hrs. 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. NURSING THE DAINTV PRIVATE. HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. MEDICAL CO. Safe Satisfactory Acadia Block, Redpath Day and Phone 55ii Night Bell The SAC5E Picture Frmmer. LAFFERTY_Consulttag Bryan Btock, Room 21. criiiii? from the abolition of the bar. nours 9.12; -Phone 658. It has been decided that restricted St. option would not be supportea [DOCTOR iii..this province, and a campaign Before 9 a.m.: 2-3; 7-8. inaujmrated to have a district Drastically to .the Old Man's River, j hours 7-S.30. OT'Ice ;That would make a large section un; phone 319; 10'JO. cter prohibition If the people do away with the oV C. C. Surgeon. Accoucher. ;Cmc3, Residence, Glyn of one isolated municipality adapting, it. Several promlnont citizens who op- Os-M local option hare have announc- i ed tlieir supportjof the larger propos- "dl. It Is expected that the raral polls would support it, strongly and the fight would be In the towns. Block pas. and Hours, 11-A2; 2-4; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate RoyaJ College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours. 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. Paris playgoers spent about OG.COO during season just closed. 1 DR. eon office HlftebotlMun 2SS5; 416 Ctf, 1 Stjrg. Block; Vruetl UNDERTAKING T. S. Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses, garlors open day ana night. at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co, Phone 561, R. G. Director. Embalmer. Graduate of, San Fran Cisco and Cincinnati college latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and set up; all worUr. strictly .under the charge or R, G. Addlson .Lady In attendance. Office, 321 Crabb 682. street, Lethbrldge; Phone. CALEDONIAN HALL c? As -.prepared for. esamiii sociated Board of .the emy -and- Royal College of Music Courtland St., Phone 420 H. C. C. SALMON is prepared -to ceive pupils in Piano and Theory 1213 Bompas street. P. o. Box 135" Phone 1162. LETHBRIDQE .-Meets Caledonian' Glyn fit. Clnb "open evening 7.10 tc- exoepted. All. Bcotemen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. B. GIBBON, BOX SZt, MRO. 137 Meeta Flnr and Saturday! In K. of f. HaU at I o'clock. Vlilting brethren are cordially J. McBRTOE SHITMLY, W.P GU3. NEIDIG, W. S. R. W. and builder. given. Residence 633 Bartlett St P. O. Box 456. S... and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given. P. 0. Gen. Del. 938 Burdett SL 146-32 SURVEYING LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets In the Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 p .m. For full par ttcuiars appry F. T. A. J. W. Presided. See. 3ox 67. J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 anfl 6 Whitney Block, p. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P., 0. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Engineer- Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard 211 Supplies, Sewerage, Plans, Estimates, etc. etc. Sherlock Block." Phone 1438. CANADIAN Sailings from Montreal and Quebec Empress of Britain on ......3nly 1st Lake Champlain on ........July 7th Empress of Ireland on.....July loth Lake Manitoba.............July 21st Empress of Britain on C. DE LA and Mining .Engineer. Surveyor. Room Building Dominion Land 217, Sherlock 147-0 The Caledonian Hall In open to le {or dances, parties, banquets, Bnst fioor In city, heated, tltch- en In connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage apj- ply to 3 H. Kellle, Wei I era Plumbing ETC. I S3 VERONICA Block, Redpath St hair dres- sing and shampooing, facial nnct scalp massage, combings made :ap manicure for ladles and gentlemen, LethbrtdRe. Alta. John. The. Empresses will sail froa? Quebec at 3.30 -p.m. after the arrivi of special steamship express leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a m. on date of sailing. Passengers embark after 9.00 on day of sailing. All other steamers direct from Montreal at 4ay- break. Passengers embark after eight o- clock the previous evening. For tickets and all Information, ap 'ply at C. P. R. passenger depot, m address 8. B. MITCHELL, Aoent. C. P. R. ;