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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LETHBRIDQE DAIUY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 5, 1909. TAKE Your PRESCRIPTIONS TO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD You will be sure they are filled correctly. W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription STIRLING ENJOYED DOMINION DAY CIRCUS DAY LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY, July 7, Campbell Bros, coXd Shows CIRCUS MENAGERIE truthfully Advertised Honorably Conducted A STUPENDOUS AGGREGATION, Travelling with 42 Double Length Cars 3 Bands 3 3 Rings 3 Horses 050 People Double Herd Perform- ing Elephants 21 Cages of Wild Animals NEW AND ASTONISHING FEATURES, Including DARE DEVIL RENALLO WHO LOOPS THE GAP GRAND SPECTACULAR FREE STREET PARADE 10 a.m. Two Performances Two and Eight p.m. Doors Open One Hour Earlier Lethbridge, Wednesday, July 7th ONE BIG DAY A Patriotic Oration and a Programme of Sports. A STARTLING STATEMENT "More Women Missionaries Degraded Stirling, July ideal wea- ther conditions Dominion Day was very successfully celebrated at Stir- ling. Thc local band began to liven up things at an early hour. The house was packed at 10 a. m. a very good programme was arranged. Mr. H. Ostlund gave the oration for the day in a manner, the choruses and trios were the delight of the audience. Miss Mattie Clarke losed the programme with a solo which was rendered in her usua! ugh class style. In the afternoon the married men A-ere defeated by the single in a hotly ontesced baseball match. The Mammoth boys suffered defeat rorn the locals in a very exciting ootball match by At half time he score stood but the Stirling oys scored three in a very short me. The boys should be corrgratu- ated on their clean and gentlemanly lay and it is hoped that both teams By Chinese Than There Are Chinese New York, July "There are more women missionaries degraded by Chinese men than there are Chin- ese said Miss Helen Ciurk, for 17 years director of the He- Right Man In Right Place (Toronto Telegram) To have the right man in the right place at the right time. len F. Clark mission on Mott street. I a piece luck which "White -women must leave the falls to the lot of only one country ii lives of Chinese .men alone. For 17 I the course of a century-and the 20th years I have urged the folly of white M to Canada women endeavonner tn fl.rictianiin women endeavoring to Christianize Chinese men. All about me I have The appointment that transformed seen the ruined and wrecked homes. Mabee into the Honorable "I believed from tin; beginning ill have the pleasure of meeting again very shortly. The Bohrnstedt ranch, captained by Harold Townsend certainly made the Stirling boys awaken when he came on the field with his sturdy kickers. The game was fast and fur- ious but at the close the score stood Stirling 1, Bohrnstedt 0. The foot races were all keenly con- tested. The greasy pig was the ccn tre of attraction and was finally caught by one oi the boys. Monte, owned by Cy. Winters, won the free for all. The dance in the evening was great- ly enjoyed, and everybody had a real good time. We are all going to New Dayton on the 3rd to cheer our boys to vie- >ory. New Dayton and Stirling play baseball and a very good match is :xpected. was impossible white wo-j Waterways Commissioner whose place Chinese j was never filled by his successor. But the next step in Judge Mabee's that men to properly influenc men. "It is the attraction of sex that predominates in both cases, not that of religion. Despite all that is in the papers, the public does not see the other the Chinese side. The pictures that I have Mabeu deprived Canada of a career created chief for Canada's Railway Commission whose path is not paved with palm branches strewn by railway representatives, even though they accord him the respect f i ft, 8eW1 are he commands, vain, frivolous white women, delib-1 And now, with the abolition of level erately flirting with and loading on their Chinese 'pupils. i railway crossings becoming the great "But there is one big truth that I i-ssue OVtT the entire country, and the was sure of when I first took up the work, and of which years have made me positive beyond argument: the vhite woman can never Christianize the Chinese man. If she trie? it, it will be the West that is converted to the East, not the East converted t0 the West." Two pupils from Stirling and fif- teen from Magrath are in Raymond writing on the high school examina- tions. There are .nine from Raymond writing on Standard VII and seven on Standard VI, Minister of Railways promising a thorough investigation, all under the supervision of this chief coinissioner, the officials aforenamed are less pleas- ed than ever. In fact, some of the law- yers show symptoms of peevishness. For Chief Commissioner Mabee is a physically and a big, strong, ruthless man with a mind controlled by a fund of practical common sense which refuses to allow the clouding of issues by legal fogs, and with a knowledge of law which discourages chicanery. And there is that ruthlcssness which has been hinted at, a habit of speak- ing his mind, of stripping the gilded verbiage from an ugly fact, which frequently brings anguish to the sen- sitive souls of corporation lawyers. "When railway companies go ahead and do work they know is contrary to the statutes they can get out of the difficulty the best way they can. I don't propose to help you in any he said to C. P. E. Solicitor Angus MacSMur- chy. And the C. P. R., having closed a street and proceeded generally in a free and easy manner to do things in the township of Vaughan, withou thc authority of the Board, has now to settle matters with the township council as best it can. Which line of conversation is no received with enthusiasm by the rail no means.. But think of the joy of the joy of the common pee- pul. Under the guidance of its new chief the Railway has developed into a tri- bunal before which the most insigni- ficant layman can appear and receive justice. In former days a complainant, un- represented by one of the legal fra- ternity, received the consideration ac- corded to a man in English clothes at a royal drawing room. The difference cannot be better ex- Richard the Brazen ENGLISH- BARONET DEAD IN ARIZONA Yuma, Ariz., July dis- covered among the effects Of a strang er found dead at the Southern Paci- fic station today indicate that the hf.dy is that of Sir Arthur Keppel Stepney, of London, an English bar- onet of the large estates and a scien- tist of distinction. Serial Story By C. Townsend Brady and Edward Pepli You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the same time enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL at ___ UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block DOMINION DAY AT RAYMOND atriotic Programme id Elton Delivers Oration _____ Raymond, July Dominion this morning was ay programme .l.-l ,v> mu _ i------1 as in attendance and some good usic was rendered. Dr. Rivers, ayor, was in the ctiair. Mr. B. S. >ung gave an amusing address on )ur Town." Mr. Strong and Co. ten red a male quartet. Mr. R. J. Re- il gave a humorous recitation. A sitation was also given by Mr. Gil- Mr. Barrows rendered a banjo io. The principal item on the pro- imme was the oration given by our 1 townsman, Mr. David Elton, now Lethbridge. Mr. Elton gave' a ver propriate adress dealing mainl. th the history of Canada. 3r. and Mrs. J. E. Amos gave an t Home" Wednesday evening ii nor of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Amos e evening was pleasantly A dainty luncheon was served. Those present were Misses Clark, Salmon, L. Amos, V. Matson. Masdames Cur- tis, James, Davis, Rev. and Mrs.-Ca- Messrs. Gillies, Baker and CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tieketa on nale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For farther particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ajrent, Lethbridge J. E. PBOCTOR, D. P. A., Calgary Morgan. The Junior Band concert given on' Wednesday. Jnnp .30, w-ng suc- Credit must be given" to Mrs. C. Nilsson and Mr. Kou.-c in so cnre- fully preparing the. programme. The band boys have only been in train- ing since February and they arc now able to render some very good mu- sic. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman arrived a few days ago from Belfast. Ireland. They are staying at the Raymond ho- tel for a few days. They will make their future home in Raymond. Mr. Ralph Thompson of Spring Cou- lee is spending Dominion Day in Raymond visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Allen. At 2 p. m. the Lethbridge boys' ball team played thc Raymond boys. The score was I5-6 in favor of Raymond. After tho ball game there was the fol- CAPTURING A LION While the agent of Campbell Bro- thers Great Consolidated Shows which will exhibit in Lethbridge on July 7, was in our office, he related a story of the capture of an African lion in its native forest. Mr. H. C. Brashear, the purchas ing agent of the show, made a trip t0 Africa to try and secure some wild animals for the menagerie. While there the natives told him of a male lion that had evaded capture for years. Mr. Brashear immediate- ly offered a large sum for the cap- ture of the animal and the natives began at once to plan how to secure the reward. First a large circular pit was dug about fifteen feet deep, and all the dirt from the excavation was carefullly carried away, as a lion is very sus- picious. Thc hole was then thor- oughly covered with light brash, and grass, and made to appear as if the ground had never been touched. The next step was to secure some oh ject tempting enough to attract Mr. Lion to the place. A live lamb was hung by a strong cord from the -limb of a tree that reached out over the covered pit. All these preparations were made late in the evening. That night the (Monarch of the for- est, while stalking for prey the lamb bleating and made -a spring for it; catching it, of course the string broke, and the lion and lamb both went crashing down into the" pit. At daybreak the natives brought a large net- which they threw down over the lion in the pit. In his rage at being caught, and in his efforts to claw his way free from- thc net covering him, he only got more tan- gled up in it, till at last he was so thoroughly enmeshed that the na- tives had little-trouble in placing him in a strong crate and he was a cap- proving to be a notorious were subsequently lodged In a safe re- treat which the Hon. Mr. Kin wait missed by the skin of his teeth, and means were found to keep them silent as to Mr. Fitzgeorge's adventure in the billiard room, although Mr. Renwyck and Michael bad to be told of it "So thafs the way the matter itands, is asked Mr. Renwyck, with a "You two have been making love under my very nose. I said you were a burglar, sir, and now you prove It" He glanced at his daughter from beneath his shaggy brows. "I suppose I needn't ask if it has all been de- cided without consulting "Well, grinned Richard. "I hoped it would have been, but something al- ways popped np to interrupt us. I should like your permission, sir, to con- tinue." The financier studied the floor in si- lence, making no reply till Richard presently touched hia shoulder and spoke again. "Mr. he said, with a twin- kle In his eye, "don't forget that I j have a libel suit against you. I should hate to run off with a lady while her father pined in jail." "Oh, go 'long with laughed the millionaire. "I was thinking of the Peace and Good Will Realty company. "Bo you kiiow." Le murmured, apro- pos of nothing in particular, "every- body In the world seems cept poor "CornellusI" called a shrill and, looking up, all three spied a flush- ed face and a disheveled bead that poking over the banisters. "Cornelius, yon make me tired! Go out on the lawn and wait until I fir my hair. I never saw such a miserable, dejected, silly boyl I declare, I'm almost sorry that I'm not'engaged to Mr. Williams Instead of The head disappeared, the melan- emplified than by the instinctive mode of addressing Chief Commissioner Kil- lam was the judicial "My peo- ple quite naturally preface their re- marks to his successor by a demo- cratic "Mr. Chairman." Says Chairman "If this woman wants this particular en- trance you will have t0 give it to her." C. N. R. Solicitor it would be right through our station yard." matter; her farm was there Milk River LIVERY Feed and Sale .Stable In Connection Parties can ovtr the District at any time by careful drivers. First-class outfits provided. Satterlee Lock PEOPRIETOBS A LOCAL BUDGET J. B. Davies has been appointed D. D. H. C. R. of the Independent Order of Foresters for Soutiiem Al- berta- A sale of school lands for the Lethbridge district will take place in. before your station.' And a woman in Northern Ontario got her rights, although she was rep- resented before the Board simply bv letter. But the railways are given the same justice they are forced to give to others. When a municipality makes a distinct bargain, -which grows irk- some as the town need .not be expected to be relieved of it, or at the best to have to pay a share of the cost to the relief afforded, which is only right. A big broad-minded man, with a clear vision and single eye of the man so infinitely superior to the members or other ap dioly lover departed, with a dazed and j Pointecs of the government which se- floomy air, and Harriet and Richard j tected him that his appointment fur- were alone at last For a moment nei- jnishes him cause for agtonishrment. for the post he occupies, and yet so manifestly the their spoke; then be took her unresist- ing band. "Harriet" be whispered, and f his voice for the first time trembled- T Jt that he cannot be "Harriet, do you understand why I stooped to this deception? I tried to tell you over and over again, but fear- ed to lose you in tbe telling. I would gladly bare faced death a thousand times rather than deceive you, and for you I did it Did you know- did you dream that I was an Ameri- can r Harriet laugbed. "I guessed you were not an English- I guess I'm In with you. Come, gen- tlemen, let's go into the library and look over Michael's papers." smiled old Bill Williams to UB son, "you're a scamp, and you know itl But I'd give a dozen har- bors to see yon happy." He placed a caressing arm about tbe young man's shoulder and whispered Into his ear: "Go In and win, Dick, my boy. worth It all I" man by the dreadful time you had spared until the last level crossing case in Canada has been disposed of. The right man at the right moment, Canada's big man. HIS rrONOR A HORSEMAN Edmonton, July Lieutr-Governor Bulyea, Plon. Chas. Murphy, and Dr. Mclntyre, M. P., figured in a mix-up tamed to his brother-in-law. "If you had listened to me at first Jacob, "Oh, shut up, laughed Mr. Renwyck, "I give in. I'm down, bat don't stamp on me. Come on, Wil- liams; I have something In the library betides papers, which I keep for frUndtl" with Lord Croyland's monocle. which might have been ser- ious in consequence but for the .horse manship and pluck of the Lieutenant it waa most Richard took the frail silk cord tween bis thumb and finger, whirling j Governor. His Honor was drivins the the glass around bis bead in the man-1 Secretary of State and Dr. Mclntyr ner of a lariat "It has served its purpose, and now we'll smash tbe last emblem of foreigner." lowing races: Throwing hn.1.1 race. P.. jtive- OnriJl winning; 100 yard foot race Campbell Brothers thus secur- ed what is considered to be the finest specimen of an African lion in Am- erica today. Be sure' and see him when they exhibit here on Wednesday. Curtis West; kicking football, Percy Neal; married -woman's race, Mrs. Fulnier; thread and needle race, T. Mendenhall; men's walking race, Dr. E. Amos; girls' under .15 race. Mis boot race for boys under 15 Dahl; three legged' race. st Stevens, 2nd Dahl; fat man's race W. Evans. During the races there was a dance n tho Oprrn House. After the races rom 4 to 7 p. m. the skating rink vas open. A. large dance was held in he evening. Miss Salmon, who has been visit- ng at Dr. and Mrs. Rivers and at Ir. and Mrs. James Davies' leaves odny for a month's trip to Hosmer, rit.ish Columbia. Little Willie Buchart., son of Mr. nd Mrs. W. 1'ujcharl. fell on the stove Wednesday and burnt .his face very badly. Mrs. Skouson 'returned fron? Utah Wednesday after spending a few weeks with her mother, who has been sick. Mrs. Allrad also returned from Salt r.nfcc City, Utah, Wednesday, Mrs. Jos. AJakavish returned from Tabor yesterday. Mr. Bremner of Kipp Coulee is in i town today. H> IOI.VPS this afternoon for Calgary. about the exhibition grounds, when a plank, run over by one wheel, up- ended, raising one side of the car- riage and throwing thc Lieutenant Governor to the ground. He pluckily clung to the reins and brought the spirited team to a, standstill after being dragged some distance. No one was injured and save for the mud tliat clung to the gubernatorial the Caledonian hall, Glyn street, on Tuesday morning, July 6th, at ten o'clock. .The publicity building seems to be ust what was needed judging from he use it was put to on Dominion. Day. The public had some good things to about it. Wm. Fisher, president of the Stir- ling Townsite Syndicate, was in the city this morning. He says that the interest in the new town ia increas- ing and although little is said there is a lot done. The plans for tie new hotel were furnished today- A gen- eral store and a hardware will be opened shortly.. Miss B. A. Cooper left on. the lo- cal this afternoon for Calgary where she will be married on Monday even- ing to W. D. White, of that city. This morning Miss Cooper was pre- sented with a supply of table linen by the South Alberta Lumber Co.'a office staff here, where she has been employed. During the past few days she has been, the recipient of a num- ber of handsome presents which go to show the esteem in which she ja held by a large circle of friends. The Lethbridge firemen have organ- ized a mutual benefit association. Mayor and Mrs. Henderson wera elected Patron and Patroness Aid. Hatch, chairman of the fire and light committee, was elected Hon. Pres.; Chief Kromng, president Ed. Fitzgerald, vice.pres.; and Chas E. Kelly, secretary-treasurer. The fol- lowing working committee were also elected, E. J. Smith, Capt. Faulda and O. T. Erickson. CHAPTER XXV. B the library door closed Mrs. j Renwyck and Miss Scnermerly j rose to take their leave, tho mother with a happy smile at Harriet the spinster with a long, re- proachful frown. "Dear the matron whispered to her friend. "So Harriet Isn't going to a nobleman's wife, after all. How very "One of nature's noblemen, dear said Miss Schormerly, with a complete reversal of opinion. "I al- ways thought him most distinguished. When you'te tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandta selves delicious meals at Popular prices. Ifs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch ot dine N. H. Murray Prop. Harness Best materials murmured Harriet faintly. and think of the money tbey are to hare from dear Michael and Richard and Harriet were not yet for Mr. Cornelius Tar. der Aww aat In a huge rocking chair, picture of wot and misery. "No; Interrupted Harriet quickly. "Let me keep It as a souve- nir of your realistic impersonation." He (ircpped It Into her hand and asked: "But did you suspect that I was j garments, no damage was done. "The she finished, hoped you were." "God bless you for he cried "And, now that you know, may I te! you again that I have loved you, wor fibiped you, since that first sweet mo ment when 1 pulled you from you pony, and held you-In my arms? May I tell you that never for a ffiomen have I ceased to dream of yon, want ing you as I wanted nothing else la the whole'wide didn't think that way a first" she smiled. "How? What do you Harriet hesitated, blushed and then went on: put me on the grass, gave me that awful whisky- then forgot all about go after It was Richard's tnrn to laugh. "But you he explained. "It was duty that called me then, even as another duty calls me now. I'm afraid I must leave you to look after an Eng- lish calf." He smiled at Harriet'i look of blank astonishment and con- tinued, with a laugh: "It is all on ac- count of pocr Woolsey Bills. I thought he had helped to steal your diamonds, and I'm afraid I locked the Cardinal up In the bathroom." "Oh, please hurry and let the poor thing Miss Harriet pleaded when she fully realized the situation. But Richard for once determined put pleasure even before so plain a duty as releasing an Innocent prisoner. whispered; "T want promise of another prisoner prisoner for all one who will never wish to get away. I love be pleaded, "with all my strength and with all my tool. Dear- est, will you be my She checked his extended hands and asked, with a mischievous smile: you lock roe op in tne "If yoo need it" be answered auda- ciously. "Bat at other tionee I'll lock you In my heart Darling, will Again be came toward her, and thld time be would Dot be denied. murmured Harriet faintly. And Richard tbe Bracea kto Headquarters for ELECTRICAL cnnni OFFICE: Roo, Phone 180 3, Ott Blwk That looks well That fits well That wears well Expert workmanship Pi ices that will bear comparison A. EASTON Next to A. MacuonaM Co. Beside Gray's Haidware The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THR MARKET I Lots North of the Railroad and Wot of Muter H. FROM jto I EACH TERMS EASY monthg. balance 12 months Interest 0 per cent, per annnro Jppl? WHni to. ;