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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta (I Canary hat PMMS oa a taer-Aaii irali W a ewdtt h> a etty rf tatt al The exhihit al shra wherries fci I ii Calgary 01. it that they hard to here I, ba4b5haVw TMC OOII1NION FAIR The Fair at Calgary the story ol Weatern, development in Bone even fcrare" that they were hot hoaae prodvetioM. x Tke Calgary Herald whkh to pied for anything tooging to CeJfmrr ol thr. 1 the Domini -a Fair "Lethbridfe diaplaya Turkey Bad in "ebeai and threshed, along witl "brome rye. this year's fall ''wheat, bU-Jtets of the most downy "texture made from natural wool and ai the local milk; "strawberries, "alialla, potatoes and "coal, A of oats weighing SO MOttOTIOtt IX AT PUM4C to be to order of to are Those. from illness or other if will have can ji mi lit at CENTRAL. SCHOOL Btaaoard Class II to Claat I D. BUsoa, G. rule. WUUaM, A Irviae aaj. J. E. are TOMATOES, CORN and GALLON APPLES On Track Today J. Joha- "pounds to the bushel are jia most aUraflm way, anu the tell- whe4t to ing IB a revelation even to thowi per-. The EUUou Milling Com MM! who themselves aod Taylor Milling Com IT well informed on concerning flour are shown, and the ex this portion o! the country, f The great credit npon thoee ftOtttoec of Uie region, motfc thoae oi the province oi Alberta are in a manner makes the ordinary fair visiitor and 'think. The success oi the be "attributed largely to the educative erted in this way. When thousands of people, most ol them bent on pea sure and Kiven. E. PHill Jones, B. Farrell. B. B. Philiipa. irH, Maeleod, ft fatal f Side Ufhtt j 'I ____ General F. D. Grant at a recent Class III to Claaa tkaa, P. FarreUr U SchwettMT. WeeUey. A. Lewis, A. Omen. R. Haarlem.. H. A. EUia. Shaw, L Scott. R CUM II to Class Faatar. E. K. Pierce. E. McNair, A: A. Chaptta. B C. McCana, __ ner said of a slow railway in the south I M na entertainment of a light sort! "The line was so slow that the to Jr. pin H-R Wallace; to consider the duplays.of pro- pie took to lampooing it in the press. E_KuBfA j N ducts from all partTof West, it Thus one Memorial1 Day a planter well be supposed that a deep and wrote to the Earner, the leading paper interest has been aroused, of his district: 'The editor of the mar be seen at any one Is there to put a _ ...It 1 J? t points Mime season of the W. Henderson, D. VeDUrmid. W. Standard I, Part I to Part in yew. tad For yestenUjr f u. x- GET YOUR GERMAN These are manor interest veteran with a wooden leg afternoon express all Part n Junior to u ____makes I the way. irom Paint Bock to Note M. Higinbotham, J. of a fair and there is nolchucky and annoyed the Simmons. A. Fsirneld, Irom Hhis standpoint the fezceedingly, going from one open win Parry. M. Donaldson, M rwuiv exhibition .will rank among dow to another with his importunate Part n to Standard H-B. STpIat shows in the history of this j solicitations.'! Populi. country. The exhibits which have attracted! OFFICEHOLDING FAMILY greatest attention are those from the From champaign various three Westetn young people of the Christian provinces'those representing manuLic oreaniied a Christian-Endea- turing development, and the live stock: The building which is I grass, S. Norman, H. Hknardfi, F. Uaderwood, B. M. Youag. McNair, -.V. Scott, L. Goodman ,cA. Gerecke, V. C. Crimioa. Claaa n "A vto Claas Lcary, M. Stevenson, 0. Sumaer. E. Geiger. jrSeott, L. Greael, N..Fryer T Cnamhwi. E. Wiley, A. Stephens J WlUonTH Steveaeoo, S larks, A. Brown, L. McClenaghan, A. F. Virtue. Standard I Part H to Standard yor y. Thujgday evening. The following officers "were elected: Miss lively devoted to the district gtella president; Miss Mal- one which excites the greatest and gratfication. The ernments of Alberta and Saskatche- wan expound general way ahe chief resources of their respective provinces JUK! c! British Columbia is represented by- c fruit exhibit. More'than two dozen individual com muhitfesrir-in-Vernon on the extreme southwest to Prince Alberionthe north east have arranged, displays of the var- ious products of the soil each ji good reason for existence. The fair visitor may easily spend a whole day studying and examining the fruit grain, minerals and other articles shown and it is likely that- he will then come to the conclusion that aii other day in the same building ..will be necessary if his education is to be at all satisfactory. industrial exhibits are also worthy, ol careful inspection, show- ing as they do the results of manufac turing and general .mercantile enter- prise in west, Their chief value is in furnishing a concrete illustra- tion of the progress made "by this province to manufactores within the past few years. The man- uf acturers are entitled to all cred- it for their displays, and the exhibits Freeman, vice-president; Miss La- in, secretary; Paul Freeman assistant secretary; Nellie Freeman, chorister; Mabel Freeman, organist; Oscar Freeman, treasurer: EOT WEATHER -THOUGHT AM- ONG THE PELICANS Fom the OffleiaT Journal -of the House of KepreseniaUves of the State of Louisianna An act requiring old maids and ba- chelors to either marry or adopt en ough children to direct their atten tion along useful and proper lines. An act to make it a misdemeanor for any man to kiss his own wife o any other man's wife on Sunday and providing a penalty there'for. Smlti, L. Ott, I. Coo- jper, S. SfeaV, E. Nlven, H. Simp- son, -O. Hyssop. A. Shirley, Z. ftitts, C.-Fielding; P; Morris, wTMcHardie, J. Carmkhael. Standard'I Part n. Class rin to Class Niven, L, Smith. W. "Hyssop, W." McEwen, E. I. Bardie, _ f In ita nnrhw d the Voai aad upMy io-hvy at the pn tag prtMs. ttat the turia has ahotit raarhed, aa not a day p that are r.hi tha mi loos'iaj taad ta mtereet thsja has for suma time, owiag ia a laeairnre to tae Armar tone prwraUmg that wool ia aajl aome bMniaeai fe being plaesdr for WtMM deHvery.- The buyers are actually bidding (or wool that ia suitable for their par- but the price is below what the-dealers (am and stoat oi the low- bids are refused. As the weeks uaas, the bids bemg rais- ed, and tha on a aum- bar ol big is now aach a margla that same eab- staatial sales maybe looked for ai day. There are at least two features to the market that are being 'carefully considered. The staple wools are practically gone, and the .clothing wools are beiag transferred >to in moderate quantities each week, so that1 they are being absorbed; 'and the best taken at each hew 'clothing wpoU cannot be sold at a any lower than the prices at whkh the are being held, so the only that of carrying and some of the mUle are about ready'to ataunie half charge to insure a supply ol de- sirable woollier needs ol the immed- ate Vuture.' All that be penditisr deals is a slight "eonces- aioa on the .part of the or a light advance, inl the bid of "the buy- no seeret thelaei Jre bare1 of'wool supplies, and there would" be nxucti easier'feel ing "responsible for keep- ing wool manufacturing it their storehouses contained At k> wit tune Dumber of lota OB MAT Street taty or lor W44AIMAITM, IMluOJI. McQIN 7-1 L SSOcLctni and btlamee in' three annmjiJ injtalmenta with iuierati at 8 per cent Yoo eajunot beat it Mi Vfitt A fTtWAflT, Aar Ottee Bonn: ta.m. Is HAMILTCW A YQOMO L.OTS B. 0. COWYftCAJIf 40NCS Solknon. Bta. Conybeare Block. AHa, Otice: Albert, Jr Gregory. H. Caia. K. Standard I Part JI toL Standard Fryer. W. Barnelt, M. Har: wool." "Yet is the hope jased on1 the" course of "the market during the" part'five'or six months that "prices will beVlbwer and 'then riugton. J. Fryer, G. prea- Porter, K. Gaul, B. Little, G. Ell ton, visb; Standard J.'Tart li; Sprout, K. 'Junior, to A HEAVY TICKET Taft and Sherman Have Great Av- oirdupois Washington, July spite ol the fact that Secretary Taft has of- ten laughingly that "No real gentleman weighs more than 300 his solid bulk, combined with the compact frame of his runn- wyn, A. Seaman. Class II to Class Ellwya. P Ott, H. Hutchiason. W: ThompsoB Barr. O. Anderson, F. Hiimphriee 'Roebuck. Standard I'Part IT to Standird'TT Bedmond, F. Mc- Keown, M. O'Hagan; C. King, N. Henderson, P, Leek, I. Mitchell, F. Hutton, P. Ba- con, B. Goodman, T. Pierce, Fair- hurst. IX Junior to Standard II Wallace, M. McCann, L. Borrell, P. Craig, F. Hill, E. Hut- ton, F. Fiske, M. Christianson, p. Olson, Ii Gay. Standard U Junior to Standard Hagell, K; Thompson, L. Gey Logan, G. Ste- phena, TTimsfll. Darnell, 'A. Mc- 8. Vere, Bolakoski, S. Hy- Standard "1 Pivrt I Wilson, >H: H- Gerecke, C Boulton, B. Bejhoizuk, C. Baines. A Logan. illl Alberta Realty Co -s MtfU R. AOOMOK Ta C. MOORC to Freaby Urian F. ARCHITECT Whitaey Blaeh. JAS. A. MACOONALD ARCHtTCCT _ Redaath AKa. Standard Y'Part Standard I H. parklwrsff C.. A. M.NHeaton, S. Newton, N. Brown, Junior to Standard H they can But'it-looks as if the" bottom luwl" been reached tw weeks tendency row is tor ward for "staple and medium" wools, with" a little better tone to the clothing wools. t London at the- July moderate competition rfor' wools suitable 'and not a few the closing prices May sales to main- tained in provided the goods market here continues improve as t has during past few weeks. The improvement is gradual, to be but it is, unmistakable ac will have a permanent interest for those who desire to see Alberta a great productive province. It might be expected that in live stock the exhibits would be excellent, as this portion of the country is the home ol the stock-raising industry. The animals shown, however, more than fulfil the anticipations of those who view them, and they will rank with the stock shown at any fair. Ad- vancement in grain growing has no1 led to deterioration in the quality of cattle and horses, whatever may have been ihe effect on the size and number of the herds. Sheep and hogs are also well represented. One of the most interesting feature of a big show is the opportunity fo studying at close range the crowc which is in attendance. One needed only to watch the immense throngs in the grand stand and other build- ings at Calgary on Saturday to realize how far and how quickly the develop- ment of the prairie country had pro- ceeded. Ten thousand persons gather-j ea to witness an afternoon's program' give reason for believing that great changes have taken place during the last decode. A thousand persons would have been considered remarkable at a fair ten years ago. The West has indeed grown, and its growth is demonstrated in many wavs. ng mate, James S. Sherman, icak the heaviest ticket ever put forward by any national party. The two men together tip. the scales at something not far short oi 500 pounds. The record before this was held. by the Democrats on the strength of the avoirduphois of Grover Cleveland. When nominated in 1892 Mr. Cleve- land weighed about 275 pounds but the small figure of Adlai Stevenson kept the total around 425 pounds. The exact weight of the big secre- tary is not known, though the pop- ular guess is not far short of the "limit of gentility" set by himself. Mr. Sherman weighs a good 200 pounds. OUR POINT OF VIEW Granum got the for the best grain .exhibit at the Dominion Fair. It was certainly dandy. Rockefeller is going to write the story of his life. He can't afford to employ any person to do it. Many Ontario visitors to the Cal- gary fair pronounced it almost as good as the Toronto Industrial which being interpreted, means that it was just as good. The Dominion and Alberta govern- ments made no mistake in giving big is a small part of our make up. We feel that way only towards Easter and Christ- mas, but we owe it erery day to each other. Today thank you heartily for tlie more than liberal en- couragement yon gave Lizzie and Ina whilst I spent dollars. DOTT FORGET THE aferCntiscMit nil tk IStt er, J. M. Donaldson, I. McAdoo, E. Humphries, A. Living- ston, E. Kunst. E. Whitney, A. Wil- liams. Standard II Junior, to Standard H, Geyer, T. West, M. Norman, A. Hendrie, A. Shaw, P. West, W. Murray, O. Mc- Cann, E. McCann, M. Stevenson. Standard II Senior, to Standard Frame, C. Par- ry, J. Urch, I. Hutton, MarrioUe J. Reynolds, L. Leek, H. Johnson, G. McDiarmid, J. Waddeli, M.. McKil- lop, H. Morris j M. Dowsett, W- Nei- dig, V. Taylor, D. Coltmah, R. Green R. McBetti, M. Neidig, G. McKillop, V. Urch, F. Rowe. Standard m Junior to Standard III Hacell, V. Hagell, H. Lethbridge, SUinforth, M. Hender son, M. Richards, F. Whitney, R Stewart. Standard III to Standard Penaefather, S. Laiiberte, G. Calder H. Schweiuw, S. Gillespie, F. Me Diarmid, R. Conibear, I. .Wallace, R Link, M. Frame, M. Mac kenzie, E. Jackson, W. Xee- laods, D. Nyhoff, L. Mason, G Ott, I. Kempt, G. Chell, C. Reynold A. Ott, V. Redmond, J. Pipes, ,W Mason, R. Baldry, L, Taylor, E. Ta lor, D. Murray, W. Hutton, J. Meer L. Perry. Standard IV, Junior, to Standard IV. Virtue, R- McKay T. McXabb, R. Pulley, M. Kane, J jMacieod, C. BcardsJey, -J. Mitchel U. Humphries, D. McQueen. Standard IV. to Standard Gay, T. King, Smith, 5. Haxell, A. Calder, V. Moore, N. Link, E. Hagell, E. Patteson, W. McKeown, E. McHardie, F. Whitney', M. Laver- ick, V. Gibson, K. J. Cliver, R. Sloan, C. Cook, G. Macbeth, D. Whitney, L, Stewart M. Fleetwood, M. Gray, A. Dawsett, A Flak, E. Hutton. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL __ Standard T, Primary, Class I, to Class II Preston, 3ft, Peacock E. M. Fowler, G. Wilson, B. Chamb- ers, B. McNabb, J. Oresl, D. Greg ory, E. Westcott, J. Hurst, J. Wat SOB, C. Lf.- Baines, C'ass II B. to Class II Car ter, Z. Dunsworth, A. Wdterliottse M. Provost, I. O. Moore, M Newton, V, Hvimngtou, J. Joma, H Cockarill, O. McTaggart, P. Sumner, E. Boulton, 1C Hyssop, H to'Standard Boulton, -7. Green, W. tfesbit, B. Scott, A. A. Wash- brock, M. Newton, H. Gei- ger, L. iHinsworth; B.. EetMng, J lOeding, W. Cain, "P. Jones. Standai-d IIInJunior' to Standard TTI Crawford, J. Hurst A. Baines. Nr. Barnes, M. Logan, L Cain. MN Wylie" M. Washbrook, B McLeary. Standard Dunsworth. F. CaHer, C. J Graham, if. Hyssop', N." Munroe, Miller. J. MacLean, A" Hyssop. Crawford; M. Nimmons, more liable to gather in volume than fb recede. There have startling fea- tures in the territory market during the week. Business goes on in an even way, with some more activity and all wools suitable for worsted W. Harding, W. G. Frederickson HammerbergVr Wilson, gan. Munroe. T. Watson. Standard IV. to Standard E. A. Lo-" CHEAP QUEBEC C. P. R. !o. has completed arrangements .for handling the large passenger raffic which will: flow Quebecward during the coming, Tercentenary cele- bration, which commences Monday, 20th .irst. Single fare for the round trip will prevail over the entire sys- of clothing wools -arc firmer but materially higher, and _short are unchanged, although Texas is selling fairly well at to 48 cents clean, with an'additional sale to 50 cents. The 12-months Texas; has not rritcd in any quantity. California wools Arc dull and only moderate demand. Oregon old. medium sold for 18 a lot of pounds changing that price, and the market'is pretty well cleaned up of old Oregon wool. The new clip is coming along, having been bought "direct, largely for Boston dealers. The sale Tuesday J at Vale practically cleaned up new clip, as far as Oregon is con- cerned. There is some Mon- tana at In to 17 cents. The pur- WANTED ao J bridge puulic and tegtanrant white help Charges ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL, LECTIONS and RKNTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN j i Z K P E n A N C C U N I 0 N Meet in Methodist Church ever) third Friday in the month at 330 p. no. Visitors always .welcome. MBS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. Free. MRS. CHAS. McGLENAGHAN. Secretary. you want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a go the Ice Cream Oliver Block Fresh Fruit Phone 228 Lsthbridge Ladfs (3t) 'A. M., O. Regular meeting -night, the third Thursday of each" month in -the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. risiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome; A.C.ME8SER. G.V.8TORKEY, W.- M. Secretary. P. O.- Box b37 fMMMMMMMMMM tern between St. John and Victoria and similar rates, have also been ar- ranged for by the company with its American connections. chase of the Montana wool before'it'" -is sheared is the first reported from the west, and it is figured out that the growers get a good price Lheir wool whether the contractor 1 makes rood for himself or not. ..J B Utah wools from the northern sec-! tion. are bringing 12 to. 15 cc-nts. j Among sales were 300.000 pounds of; one-half blood Utah at 18 Utahs, at 10 to li'.ogits; 350.000 Arizona at about cents, and numerous small lots Meets 1st and uid M o n d ays in K. o! P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. aA-ly T, J. WHITE, W. S LOOK AT THE LABEL bring the total pounds. sales to about Nest of Owb Lethbridge Nest ol Owls, No. 16S. meets tbe first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P.r Hall. G. -V. 8TOKKEY, Becreiaarj. C. EO68 TATB, President. If.' PRIEST. Junior Past Prea Ca.ttia Otier ti Fmsters I have a aodcni picture framing ootit aad a stock of W.W.Handford THI PHOTOGRAPHER TROUBLE IN HONDURAS Washington, July has reached the state department of a proposed revolutionary, movement Hondunti-: under the leader' of former President Bonhill. >t-j ctoils The governiikeals of Salvador and GftUtamala have gi ren directions to. prevent. any thing of hat character taking form Jn tJuajj ounlries. Minister Ugardo of Hon- duras at the direction of his ment talked" over the situation Acting Secretary of State A dec tCr- day. American interests at Torto Honduras, arc considerable and if necessary an American war vessel will be sent to that locality. The cniiser Tacoma is at Colon and one or more United States wnnliips are in the vicinity of Guatanamo. beverages bottled by Lehtbrtdge Brewing: and Malting Co., LVjl- This name on a battle is a gilt edge guar utee" that'the" contents are' absolutely pure and clean in every respect, and that they are the finest and car- -bonated beverages offered lor ask. MALTING COMPANY, Ud Hi. 26 MeeU iu K Hall Thursday of month. Viaiting Brethren Welconw J. F ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. First-class Cafe IV THI ME Mr. Billic Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerta, Veotriloqniam taagh Ortcr Idvcd Mktls CARROLL A DOYLE LCTHBRIDOC C. B. P. O. E. on UM aeeond Twaday of eadi E. A 8HARMAN, E. E. M. PRIEST. Lodge Prido ol No. ftp tfhJM toM OT' 8 te tV> EslRita AiH Tiettliig always Bot 57. NOfTTH-WCST AWOCIAT1ON Of tTATIOHARY C NO INCURS Meet ia Uw Labor HaU rrery aec snn ionrth Mondays in the month. Empioyen rerairhiff certificated eii- fineers. and engineer! owt of easploy- BDi, wvdkl 4o wen to eoatmwaicate with ws. ROBERT HEVIH, Chiel W. A. D1CK80N, ;