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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THHLETH BRiDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909. Lethbridge to Have a. Distinguished Visitor PAGE THREE District News 3 SUNDIAL Sundial, July Dominion day j celebration will call up pleasant me- mories fdr months to come and f pmif'jkl good in bringing the di Tom The great English Librarian will arrive in this city NEXT WEEK ftf ALt i I HU classes of our co-untrv tOK'1- tf7 Cither to feel the iiiipvlse of patriot jgjisin and allegiuiicy they owe to a i-'overnment tljat has given them homes and protection of law and. while we presume it is a day when the heart of every son and daughter of this Do- minion throbs with the impulse of pride for her past development and the inspiration Of hop..; for her future prosperity and tenders a sacred pray- er of thanks to the Crown for protec- tion from any invasion by armed forec- by foreign foes, but in our mind? we could but wander back to the st'-rmy period of from 1763 to 1774 when George the III and hi.-; party levied unbearable burdens of taxation upon the American colonists and finally laid the proverbial straw that breaks the camel's back by usurping their every right to the exercising of law and placed them und--r the British military rule and the thoughtless pol- of trade by steadier pricvs and a more firmly regulated demand. It has been Mr in the legislative bodies where the servants of trusts fostered monop olistic greed in supplanting them b; ma> win; believe in equal rights tr ul! spviul privilege toward. it iuu by the laborer in receiving many limit's direct Iron 'ht> farm at a moderate price; and of a pure and wholesome quality, and finding in advanced agriculture lucni tive employment whether as farmer farm employee, it has been felt by the merchant in finding less credit asked for by his customers, with more and a better quality of goods in de- rnaml, and while these things are only in their infancy they promise more sanguine than was at first hop- ed t0 obtain and if I have one hone tbove another for a system by which the fanners of this country may bet- ter conditions here it is to see them buckle on the Breastplate of truth and honor and with the sivord of united intelligence I would bid you in unbroken organized ranks to march to the tune of equity and justice to all. Strike deep into the ranks of the unho-y monopolized i powers tlvit so artfully plunder you. Bobby Wilson The FAMILY Theatre MAY Manage Biff and Bang The Suicide Comedians. Late big Parker's bigger Latest Moving Pictures Commencing Next Week The ChromopKcne. The latest invention m MOVING TALKING PICTURES icy Of such procedure when the dread- tural instinct of man should have m tnan the cannon or dox- instructed him to know that it is not j: in the nature of man should have lute all of a country any more than oi I a single individual to long boar 'the [i galling yoke of opreission, but where they do submit until submission can no longer be borne and after ev- ery means of a peac-jable argument terous thrust of the sword, you shall be able to open the grave where they have buried your prosperity, and lifting the clods from her coffin lid she will rise into heights of goodly spire that without the shedding of blood or the roar uf cannon you have accomplished mighty results' for hu- man liberty through the exercising of jhas been exhausted and violent mea-LtA jsures becomes the only means of' adjustment, that patriotism will exert herself to the concentrating of all the EXACT DATE ANNOUNCED LATER powers of thought and reason and the braving Of all danger without a tremor or the quivering of a muscle with j cowardice or fear. This was the spi- rit that was confined in the hearts of the patriots in 1774 and caused them I j to resort t0 the unholy methods of war In defence of their colonial rights as British subjects, when if the same I1 privileges had been granted them I [that the people of This country now j exercise and enjoy instead of a Unii- ed States of America there would be one of the most powerful and wealth-: 'iest dominions the civilized world has ever looked upon. But at the end of the first year of that fierce struggle when the colonists saw that the war meant subjugation or annihilation th Declaration of Independence wa Xot the least of the day's enjoy- ments Thursday was the bounteous free dinner prepared by the ladies' committee. Mr. Papworth was heard to remark that it beat any bachelor biscuits on record. We extend our thanks to the cow- boys who by their feats of horse- manship added much to the various sports. To Mr. and Mrs. Conner we 'extend our thanks and hearty appre- ciation of their kindness in so care- fully providing for the comfort of all. To Mr. Graham who so entertainingly addressed the people we I give the assurance that to him our j latch string is always out. May we meet-again in extended and more closely united bonds of solid in- tercourse is the sincere wish of your correspondent. CIRCUS DAY LETHBRJDGE WEDNESDAY, July 7, Campbell Bros. conSL Shows CIRCUS MENAGERIE Truthfully Advertised Honorably Conducted A STUPENDOUS AGGREGATION, Travelling with 650 People Double Herd of Perform- ing Elephants '21 Cages of Wild Animals NEW AND ASTONISHING FEATURES, Including REN ALLO 42 Double Length Cars 3 Bands 3 3 Kings 3 500 Horses fl44'fl PlHHH DlflNM Jit s Cigar Store CJIOPS LOOK GOOD AROUND GRASSY LAKE New Business Blocks to be New Elevator. Erected Grassy July Imper- ial Brick Col have all the macMnery installed, and in. a few, days will be A. Lethbridge man purchased lots on Main street a few days ngo and will erect a large business Uock at once. Ten-dors will be called at once for the erection of an elevator James Perry's big block, will include a pool room and a s'ore on "the ground floor, is almost crm- turning out samples of best brick i pleted. j The crops in tins locality arc look- tie" .ing splendid. The acreage is mine. The two mines will be con- j than last year and the yield promises made in 'Alberta. A new drift is being put into nected and this fall fully one hundrc-i j to bo as large, miners will be at work. j The spur "track to the mine has Harnfess Best materials That That That Expert will bear comparison looks well fits well wears well Pi ices A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Oo. Beside Haidware The C. P. R. has decided to for water at once. A number of dwelling houses are under construction. The Medicine Hat Milling Co. are erecting an office and Mr. Franks is putting up a large store. drawn and under animation of its lib eral policy victory was finally won The king, having showed in his breas the light of higher patriotism, the pa triotism of peace still shines, for ii his speech at the opening of the sue i ceeding parliament he says, "It i my earnest prayer that religion, Ian gauge, interest and affection ma prove a bond of permanent union be tween them and us all." And to John Adams, the States' first minister to England, he says, "Sir I verj free with you, I was the last to con- sent to the separation having been made, I have always said, as I say now, that I would be the first t0 meet the friendship of the United States as an independent power." And today see and feel that boa has answered i that praver. JJow these people can f meet as brothers, now are we fast and lasting friends, no are cruel During the past two weeks some worth of Grassy Lake real 'estate has been sold. An .electric plant is being installed at the mine. This plant will furnish the power for mining and in addition will provide both the mine and the town with electric light. -Bank here has applied for another member on the staff. words spoken, no more we draw the sword from its scabbard to smite our brother's1 throat, freedom has tri- and lasting peace has been are fast learning the their fellows of other restored. Men folly of slaying countries and climes while organized monopolists formulate plans through BARRHILL The Alberhi Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale v the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Alia., July Mr. A. Hen- nckson's store was surrounded with buggies on Saturday afternoon. That means business and why should not the neighborhood, give their business to him. I Our postmaster, Mr.T. Wintoxi and his son John Wintori, went to bridge June 28 to bid the last farewell to his daughter, Mrs. 0. Ostbo's earth ly remains. She died at the hospital in Lethbridge on June 26th. She was the commercial resources and legis lative bodies to draw their blooi through subtle methods and by mean more.painful than the sword and hea] upon their children the slavery o penal servitude and ..draw their blood through drops of sweat from toil. They are fast learning the artful methods of politicians, who work upon the prejudice of men to turn from this high and noble principle of patriot- ism. Heed not when you are told to "stick to the party no matter -how undeserving the candidate may be or to what extent the official' duties of the office to which he is- seeking may be -endangered, to always be loyal to the party." I use the word loyal in the abstract for what man can be loyal when against every prompting of his better reasoning he will disgrace the ballot? for it is the most sacred right of free citizenship PURPLE SPRINGS ____ r taken to Fetteriy's undertaking par- under every ordered form of govern- lors to be prepared to be sent to Mos- cow, Idaho. Mr. Ostbo left on Tues- day morning's train on his sad mis. sion to Moscow where three of her sis- ters were at rest, Mr. Wintori's lam- ily is sorrow-stricken as Mrs. Ostbo i is the second daughter that death has j claimed recently. ment and in many instances has been purchased by thousands of noble lives and streams of human blood. Such baneful methods of proceedure has brought about a condition of af- fairs in the States that has well nigh terminated in instances in civil strife, "Vote for 'has beon the Lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd, FROM EACH rtas arisen he common to the TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annnm One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months lirerti fliihny nd Irrtfitioi Ci (UN UthMfy, llti. cemeten ,011 Sunday, July -1. Miss; n were black through jwas a young lady of seventeen voars anfl have leasted upon and was well liked in the neighbor- thc carrion of political -competition hood. She leaves parents, sisters and until their stonch brothers and a .host of friends to sor-! stiflin? nnd row for her. there are beginning to come to their We extend our symputbv for both I T! bftcn sorrow-stricken families Iod astray- and tney arc now j rising in their might and sendine had a rain last, night that i, to men Of their own daw to be celled ram Ao. I. It was not drops that came down from the sky but ,1 regular stream of water. The, fields look good all over the country and promise a bountiful crop if nothing happens. The rain had Sunday evening will be alright to, carry the wheat and oats even if we Purple Springs, July. large crowd of people went to Taber from Purple Springs to celebrate Dominion DX.V J John Haering went to Medicine Hat on business and to see his best girl on Dominion Day. He reports every ;hing as 0. K. Mrs. Jas. Milligan .went to Taber Saturday. Mr. John Haering and a machin man are hustling the farmers to ge :-heir machinery in readiness, for larvest as crops are looking tine. Jas. Milligan and _. A, Hudson are -ery busy these days on their fine ex- perimental garden farm'. As they have everything imaginable growing here it is safe to say there is not nother such ten-acre farm in all Sou- hern Alberta. I have heard that the eople on trains are asking what Ex- erimental Farm that is. It will do ou all good to stop there .and look lis ten-acre farm over. J. R. Milligan is very busy these ays building school houses and buy- ng school lands. The latest addition to Purple prings is a. school house which is to be completed and ready for school by Sept. 1st. Mr. Wtiitney has the contract, being the lowest" bid- der. Don't forget the ball games on Fri- day. July 9th. Two games are slat- ed for the- day, Taber vs. Purple Springs, and Grassy Lake ys. Purple Springs. The two gaiut-s will be fast j games of ball as these two neighbor-! ing towns have good ball teams. A grand dance will be held-.m the evening. Good music has been secur- ed and a good time: The proceeds, are to go to the baseball team turn out and help the boys .alone DEVIL WHO LOOPS THE GAP GRAND SPECTACULAR FREE STREET PARADE 10 a.m. Tvro Performances Two and Eight p.m. Doors Open One Hour Earlier Lethbridge, July 7th ONE BIG DAY their son is going move into his fine new residence this wSefer- Arthur Danielson is building a new milk house for.'J. R. Milligan. Big times at Purple Springs on July 9th. Everybody come .and have a good time and algo help along the base ball boys. The American eagle screamed on July 4th at Purple Springs. 100 guns at sunrise and a little sociable time during the day. The ladies of Purple working on the property about ..half a mile back of Coleman.- The num- ber will increase. as the weeiks .go by, so that by the end of next the company should hive one hundred and fifty men. employed. The company is now working oni No. 2 seam' which averagesJ twelve- feet in thickness and is four miles, in length. The miners are driving" a slope and have already gone in a tance of 6ne hundred feet. The coal Springs entertained a large gather- j mined so far, is absolutely clean, .and ing of friends on. July 4th. -An ele- gant dinner and supper was served. T. E. Hudson and Arthur Danielson free of any rock. The company will have a plant equal to any found in any of the" BIG DOINGS AT THE NEW MINE i McGillivray Creek Coal Coke Co. Will Erect a Large Plant Near Coal and Mr. Milligan went to Lethbrideg.j great coal mining centers oi the world. on Monday on- business: A steel tipple has already been or- dered and all contracts for machinery will be closed this week. The con- struction of sidings, haulage .road, machine shop, fan and started within three erected mediately west of Slav Town.. I J. F. Povah, the nfanager of this company- feels confident that the last of October next his. com- representative visited the McGiUivray! pany will be snipping between 300 Creek Coal Coke Company's prop-i and 400 tons of coal "daily, and m erty and was agreeably surprised with twelve months .hence his company what he saw there. lwill be shipping tons daily. This company which was organiz-, The good, that the opening up of eed at in December vast coal area'-will do Coleman (Coleman Miner.) with a capitalization of coal areas in i don't got very much more before har- vest. them before the law-making bodies. In no manner or action by the people- has this been more clearly demonstrat od than in-the sapid organization of fhe American farmer and in no phase of public or private life ha? justice more forcibly exerted herself to the betterment of all classes than by -the great work have in their hands. It has been fell in the pulse Painting is now on jn swing at Purple Springs. The newly painted houses are J. R. Milnean's. T. R. Hudson's residence and storS, Mclntyre's and McCleliand's resi- dence. This makes a better appear- ance and is what all wooden buildings need as the places look as though .here were some live, thrifty people iving there. Everybody should take he hint and get their buildings nice- y painted up as nothing improves the k of a place like a good coat or wo of paint. A new set of counters are being milt for the new store at Purple Iprnigs. John Milligan and Wm. are busy'constructing i iiem. When this store is completed i t will be as fine as anything in Ta-! or ana T. R. Hudson is getting in stock everything i fill_ the wants of the many customer-, i Pjifronize your own town and help push things along. As we now -h.ivo a blacksmith shop nnd a lumber yard i and machinery ;sml as fine a store as there is anywhere. Wo nord a livery barn, a butcher shop, a hotel and a doctor. Parties looking for -i location would do well so look this place up. Mr. Alvin Millig.in and family are. now comfortably settled in their new house which is jsut completed for th-em. They have just moved here from Minnesota and J. R. Milligan, cannot be imagined, and as unknown success has attended the opening up Coleman, where- coal excellent ior Of the Coke Com- steam and coouing purposes is in en- ijanv's property in this town, so do ormous quantities, estimated it I we hope that immeasurable success some sixty to seventy-five million tons j will attend the McGillivray Creek above the water level. jcoal Coke Co., Limited. James R. Maclean, the mine fore- i ._._____- man, kindly had us over that por- j BARNWELL tion of the property which is being j The work V development is going developed and which is producing j ahead rapidly in this district. Next many tons of high-grade coal daily, season will see a large acreage in crop. about four hun- and which, runs in a from the mine Work has been started on the spur line from Barnwcll to Coal City. The four coal companies are prepaT- A track which feet southerly entrance has been laid, and at the j ing to resume work on a mucfcTlarger south end of this track may be seen j scale than ever. hundreds of tons of as good a coal j James F-. Johnston the weed inspeo- as be foand anywhere in this [tor is on the road much of the time mineral province. The company has now thirty men farmers. doing all he can in the interests of the Special orders received and returned tbe same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your "Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 -Ounun _aj_i C. S. FARROW, Manager Phone 145 ;