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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TH- LETr.BRIDGE OAILY HERALD, TUESDAY. JULY 6, !909. Daily Herald spirit and put thorn in ;i p-sitiuii to j uuvt troubles with worry, to work with lf.-8 monotony and dnui-h gi'ry. ;nu: t'.' limk on the bneht I Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- Co., Ltd., every lawful ai its office, Kound St.. Lethbridue', Alberta', Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Directory and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered ___ Daily, one year, by mail...... Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three months, by mail___ Addresses changed as often as sired, but 'both new and old dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight sls.uild a tim... Too oariimt jj. H. y, it is '.ru-.'. it U (-tor's bills cr at a make many think thoy cost l is true that cost money bojy and mi ml nor ;is ntic rhl': 2.00! .351 3.00 1.75 uiture :h.> ti: as accurately IT i- ivm-siuH! and strength i' is no tlio a proper vacation for'a fortniirht j much more with less expc-n-' of nerve and muscle than j jvanv and worried person earn in .85 1 the fifty-two And then think de-jjf the fun enjoyed or missed. ad- i pages, ___ _______ _ the world's news of the week, local i and foreign. One year, in advance Six months, in advance .........75: OUR POINT OF VIEW For a town one jvnr old certainly put up Dav- a siiiili.ni; i papa and :hau j could giv Just arrived at Stock Yards Mares Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, LethbriJgo PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. GAL6RAITH-PhyHicum. Surgeon. Accoucher, Hours- 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.6 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Juidpath Street. Bef-TH has as much railroad mile- age in prop nu'ii to territory as .Mis- souri, some 13.000 odd miles., and over big celebration, i -000 aiv operated by the State. This _____ portion is about to be operated elec- lt is too bad that the scarlet fever trically. as tlie kingdom produces lit- Th ---------_ epidemic is over in Lethbridce. Xow aiu' OI Three months, in advance Countess Grev has it. engineers have examined and re-j THE DAILY HERALD i quite the thins: all over the country j 5-000 of rivers anfl! is on sale at the following i and over for Sage, J. G. Robertson i htrever the or.y irrigation system j stations, upon twelve o: tne Co., J. D. Higinbotham can be used it should be put in oper- j stations will be begun during the cur- J- jation. While wardens and trees year. Private ownership of wa- Co., R. W. i j i-n; i c ;jt.oni i be jrr.'wu successfully without ir-: tor lowers adds to the difficulties of Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L.; "gation the growth ITiieBentleyCo. IttJ J Vbsiesaie and Retail I 35 IOTJOGE FOR SHORE OR rough walking anywhere, in fact- find nothing so conducive to 't as the Beresford shoe of which have a 'great many pairs, in many for the 'outfitting of men, wo- men, boys, misses and youths for out- ting delights. Prices range from ito SG.OO. Examine this capital F. German, The Shoeman Coal, Ice and 1 PRAYING J Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors J Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 Beside Bentlev's McCrea Taber Westlaki; Bros. S. L. -Eversfield. Druggist. Coleman Master J. Stafford. Fernie, B, C. N. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B.C. Atchiscn. 0. L Keinecke. Grassv Lake Dr. Bow A F. i with it and tiu .ieal less. work is more entailed a to thost i 1 over. nish p'" wnte: I L I ill II Q J V O hls was RUSKES AT LAND OFFICE It i> very points vised d-' that men! LlIKl The city c-uncij is ui.na- the right to'make a in the direction l having official rcCT'is kvp: oi th..- of the dead. It is too -ften the in a land of stran-_'f-rs nit a cnc-s and is burird ;7nd af- jjis friends eanrivt fijivi his rushes V'uryin.LT piace. __ Tth- sentiuu-nt that should be sustained i in t-very One "f the clever young bnsinc-s? wo men in Germany. known in Brr- lin society, has jus; procured, on b--- a case over the division of some wheat. .W. C. Sim- raons for plaintiff C. F. Harris for defendant. Snap DR. A. McNALLY-Office and Stafford Block. Office Hours-ll 12, 1.3. 7-3.30. Phone night aad dsj 277. DR. J. E. LOVERING-Physic-aa. Burgeon, Accoucner, Oddiellows Block. Hours-TiU 9 a.m.. n w t 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day mght, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D.. C-M.-Special- wt. Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Stafford Block, Lethbridge Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 2.5 p m 7-8 p.m. General Teaming Th en fo As it rig in railway t.-.l by a i'Teisrn i: TO cr.ll.--ct a! pap-'r f evt-ry tlesi-r oa in return and supply five o: oil by -rantino- th-? requvst. Tlie j _ tickets as t'v- People in unpro. is -in- ;.i: .-.-i rho to rhv rosidon-i.-ii District is :ip- >r by the citizens rr.-nerally fault will IK- fojiiu: v.-ith the- ponn- WILL LIKELY HOLD SEAT Freciericroiu x. B., July 2.-Th-- npreme Court today in' tlic involves tho seat of Go-. W ,ot. Unhnm, (Liberal) in the Bruns- Legislature f.-.r Carleton cr-uu- gave judgment vn contested points _ ,n._j ian favor 0! Uphaia and lie wi hold the seat. Two Corner Lots on Fori Street, in Block 66 We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy. ring me up on Phone 201. Coal must be paid for _on delivery WM. TAYLOR OR GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST Graduate Royal College of Surgeons, Toronto.' Stafferd k. Rooms 6 and 4. Hours UNDERTAKING ADDJSON SON-Leadin siness in the terms created by patrol is paying for. icnrC'-r tii rush T -an wiii IK- :io'.v if a man is in getting a piece of lami lie knows that he has to wait but a wiiiK- until land just c- .rood wilt b- available when he can take turn. But in a snort time xvili not be true and men wiii anxious than ever to get the land I the unprotected they are here after. 1 of the cities. Under the present system the man! with the greatest amount of brute j FLORENCE KINRADE t-.'ct-.-! are often risrhtfully bocaiise it is a niatter re-! cord as the chief ha? stated that rhe i most heinr.us crimes are committed in j J, ACTON Real Estate and i n ves t m e nts Stocks Bonds Fire, Life and Accident insurance. Money To Loan EAKIN CO. P.O.Block Phone383 I JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 residential districts ESCAPED FROM AS SUtfMEf? VISITORS the land no matter what] TO WORK IN SLUMS claims another may have had. That _____ man who is a big strong husky iei-JHer Husband, Montrose Wright, Gives low but who wants a homestead Up Ministry to Become Mission merely to sell out as as he gets! Worker his patent in the possible way Hamilton, Ont.. June has all the advantage over a small-j Friends of Clare Montrose Wright er man or woman who has-every in- who was married to Florence Kinrade temnn of becoming d legitimate set- in New York on .Monday that tier and a producer of wealth. That! long before the Kinrade murder the snould not be. There should be some young divinity student had abandon- other qualification than a big husky ed the idea of entering the ministry "Joe" Smith Used Whitewash Brush on Trousers and Shoes at Sracifai-idgea body and a dollar bill. This coun- try is., not so anxious to have settlers AS to give its lands away to every and instead ad decided to do mission- ary work in the slums of some large city. They say he will likely follow Huntsville. July 'Rapid j Change has s0 developed his! art in Muskoka convicts: are. with the magic touch of the white! wash brush, transformed into the lat- est variety of 'tourists of trou- sers and canvass shoes. Money to Loan Room 3, MCDONALD ELK. sent Huntsville to the' district jail as a "drunk." Joe's talent had cot been known until the jailer sent haps, to nf NOTICE TO BRIDGE WORKERS Now that the C.P.R. Bridge is some of yon will be the town and will, per- person deserving or not. We are now [that course. (him to beatftify 'the premises byj in a position to pick and choose to Provincial Detective Miller declared whitewashing the high board fence. a certain extent and should do so. The homesteading privilege is essen- tially in the interests of the poor man and no qualifications should be de- manded that will shut him out. Those who are handling the homestead af-. fairs should be able to devise some system of giving but these lands that! frill be more equitable and just, and j iWlifeh will give everybody an equal chance. today that the is still His skill attracted attention and. high hard at work trying to find Ethel Kin-1 by his guards. Joe been a model prisoner, atten- tive and obedient and he was .given liberties sometimes denied the av- fade's slayer. TAKE A HOLIDAY One of the biggest questions for many people to solve at this season is the matter of holidays.. Ir, is a verr im- portant subject and some thought as to how best to spend two weeks to fit oneself for the duties of the remaining fifty vreeks of the year. Manr tlit-cries have been' advanced by inany ...pecplp. Somft seem t': know without thinking Ir.w best to spend A vacation while others must carefully aad siucly. To- many makr ioiirf iniifakos and thi- than bef'.r- to ties of life. It is not ticular way Diflorsnt peopk: kinds of holiday. I Love to Love a Mason 'Cause a Mason never tells .'Vnother supply of this aristograph picture has arrived. Amongst sheet music ar- rivals "Here's to the Sailor Lassie." ITm Comins: Back to Dear Old Maple Land.'7 loc each. 2 for 2oc omv on worse mc.( the repuiar du- s-t any. pnr- j all people, j require different! people have! R, THE P1CT08E Our clerks stop work at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour striped i erage prisoner. It was while engaged with the whitewash, brush that he. observed his freedom from 'survei- Phone 261 lance. The transition mania wag evolved in the fertile brain, and Joe! proceeded t0 whitewash the convict 'trousers. Admirable was the effect. The lea uther shoes -were next treated to a I liberal coat. Scaling a wall the! happy "tourist" walked leisurely! down Main Street, and the general! impression was conveyed everywhere! that the "tourist" tratde was open-; ing up nicely. j But the thought of recapture stim-i ulated Joe's activity and he took a j "tie" pnssasi.; to HuatsTille. He is; now in the words a few miles out j of town enjoying tin- fullest libeny j Muskoka affords t0 the summer vis- itor. Meanwhile Bmcfbrklge discuss- os the effect of the innovation on the tourist trade generally and the jailer is -to petition Hon. W. J. Hsnna to disallow the use of whitewash as a summer decorative agent. I shall be glad to give you a price for any quantity, or if you prefer to have an Auction Sale my best services are at your disposal. FRANK WADDINGTON The Auctioneer Straw- berries This week we have a large shipment of straw- berries for preserving Leave yonr orders, early THE R. MM? CO., I Successors to "f THE J. BROWN CO i Automobiles'. Gasoline Engines. Sceam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every "description Satisfaction guaranteed If You Have Any Money the idea that to get "the absolute, rest" proverbially spoken of, it is ne- j cessary to do absolutely nothing whe- ther .that way of living appeals to one or not. In the main, the advice to.get away from town and business and get "close to nature is good and for the average person in Lethbridge, the best vacation to take is a fort- night out at Waterton 'Lakes, or some other place fh the foothills or moun- tains, where -there are trees, birds; streams, fish, and other enjoy- ments of nature not here. Because one is mentally tired out is no excuse to try to get a rest by tiring oneself physically. It is a .mistake to tire tne -body in an effort to rest the mind.; The two are too closely related to sep-'; arate their feelings. i The need of a holiday is generally the result ol weary monotony or con- The purpose of the holiday! is to- give the mind a chance to rest! itself and straighten itself out. thing can do this better than a. change j of scene and activity. A state of! 4orpor or Hstlessness is not desired i a line of- action which will steady the_ mind and allow it io re- sume-its normal position. New scwies new faces, conversations, new activities, and relief from worry, nar- rowness, monotonous duties and drud- gery for a fortnight will do much to strengthen and tone body, mind and Important Notice to Miners We are offering you the best values in MINING SHOES at..........S2.25, S2.75 and per pair These shoes are guaranteed to be good and solid all through Men's working shoes S2.25, S2.50 and S3 "FITWELL" Shoes for Men at 83.50 per pair made from box calf, velour calf, vici kid, tan calf and patent calf leathers. Greatest value in the west HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY To invest drop into our office, or write us. and inquire into the soundness of ARROW LAKE FRUIT LANDS as an investment If You Want a Home we will show you how to get a .sub- stantial one at the Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent Whitney Block Lethbridge MADAM aniste. ocgfln and voice produc turn. or receives pupils preparatory or advanced. Coachinfc ior ssams. Howard Houpg. I'mhb Strict. MR. ALBERT ELY_Pupl] M.A., Song Singing ano Voice Culture. pupii Chaij Hancock, Esq., F.E.C.O. L R M Organ and Theory. Voice culture' Pipe organ, piano, harmony aoo theory, S0ng singing. Open for COD- certs, banquets, etc. on application. Box R90 Letb bridge; Alta. WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. 4 Paper Hanging, Paint- J 2 ing Etc. ing Etc. WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cutbill and Court- J land. Box 644. nH I a'v yerbruggen, of Carl Smuns, of Berlin, Ger- many High Class Scotch specialty. Open for reciuS, bL quets concerts, etc. For terms no Ply Eoyal Collieries, tShbridgt LEGAL WESTERN STATIONERY Opposite the Publicity Building For PUBLICITY Printing Business Systems manufactured in the City. 5'to to W. C. Simmons. Barristers So hcutors and Notaries. Money to loJS. W. .C. Simmons S. j. Shepherd, C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D Barrister, Solicitor, Etc r Conybeare Block; L.tbbridge H. A. j. MACOOUGALL-Barriit fordTlk. lafy- Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital 'inancial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd Ail Standard Stocks Handled HEAD e. c. f ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! Imperial Bank of Canada j HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authorired Capital Paid Up D. R. WILKIE Presment HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Merchants- DPARTMENT-SPecial attention given to Savings received and 2S v up w cst allowed at current rate from date of deposit, LETHBRJBGE BRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentloy's StorT LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, 293, Sons of England Benefit Sociei) Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall every first and third Wednesday the Piofith at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President. Sec.. Box 67. nv Elo- ney Block: Late of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. F. B. Room Whitney Block. A. Macdonald Block, Redpatb Lethbridge aha. W? Oalgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- mg, sanitation, heating and ventila- tion Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A M.RA. A.AI.C.. Etc., Managei Le.nbndge Office, Bryan Block. and build- er. Estimates cheerfully given. .pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, Letb- bndge, Aha. LetkbridgelerieNt. Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall, at B o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited' ASHCROFT, W.P. OUS NEIDIG, WJ. R. E. engineet" and contractor. Lighting and pow er installations. Plans and epecifi" cations. Office McKeown's fHard ware. Phone 302. GEOBQE BEATON-Contractor and builder. Estimates free. Bepmiring and alterations a specialty. Tern- porary office City Bakery, Ford 8t or Boi 355, City. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regulai meeting night, third Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. brethren will mU ways receive hearty welcome. A. C. W.M. G. V. Secretary, P. 0. Box 637. J. H. Drafts- man and contractor. Estimates cheerfully given. If you want to see our new ideas in construction, let us show you. They won't cost you anything. Address Lethbridge P. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. leets Oddfellows Hall every econd and fourth Wednesday of the lonth. visiting neighbors will al- ays receive a hiearty welcome. Coon- Hor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Clerk, N. DowseU. WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box 513 Lethbridge. Q. C. Builder and contractor. Estimates promptly furnished on all kinds of buildings; orices and satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Room 7, Oliver Block. 141-6 MISS nurse, will open a private maternity hos- pital on Wallwork St., near the EJ- fcson Mills on July 14, 1909. Pjiona 259. ;